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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 26 November 1898

m No. 30. Tlb>e ©o^se^ae^ees off v--;. ••"''' Neslectios PW Principle?. Extracts from "COMMONWEALTH LIBRARY." ■ '■■■. (CONTINUED.) £/\ i^HUS, in whatever light ex amined—whether as a gift, or an individual accumulation, ■* or an exchange, or an inheri tance—there is proof upon proof that there is a flaw in the rich man's title which takes away at once its very show of justice and its value. The present wealth ofthe country was not given to the ancestors of these men a century since, for it did not then exist; and if any could have been so given, it would long since have been consumed. It has not been ac quired by successive accumulations of the produce of the labor of rich men, for, as a class, they have never been laborers; and even if they had labored, and labored hard, they could not have amassed so much wealth. It has not been obtained by equal exchanges, for, independent of a man's labor, equal exchanges will not make him rich. It has not been acquired by inheritance —by the...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 26 November 1898

todaf trial Frce'donri) ■ Published weekly by the ' Brot'iieriiood Co-operative Commonwealth. [Entered at the Postoffice, Edison, Skagit County, Wash., as second class mail matter.] terms OF subscription: One Copy, One Your 50 " '• Six Mouths -<> I Foreign—sent by members $1 per year. EDISON, SATURDAY, NOV. 26,98. DON'T ! Do not send for any more of the Illustrated edition. We are almost crazy now trying to tell people that they are all GONE! To whom do you think the earth was given? Every new trust sets men free—free to hunt another job. Our own mistakes do not annoy us like the mistakes of others. Perpetual motion and a standard of value are equally visionary. Substitutes did not stand well in army circles, but they are O. K. at Equality. If you create value, is that value yours or some one else's? If it is not yours,, why not? " 'Tis the land of the free and the home of the brave." This sounds po etical, but is it truthful? f Land of the beggar and home of the \ I slave, ma...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 26 November 1898

-.' Rational Union Department. HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. g NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. President —Rev. Myron W. Reed, Denver, Col. Secretary—Oliver P. Darr, Edison, Wash. Treasurer—A. K. Young, Edison, Wash. OrganizerA. T. McDonald, Newaukum, Wash. —Prof. Frank Parsons, Boston, Mass. Editor —D. Burgess, Edison, Wash. . •.: j .-■•'• Master Workman—B. F. Clevenger, Edison, Wash. Distributer— G. E. Pelton, Edison, Wash., i i , j, ii i, v- 2 '. " ' \ ' . '-■ . Send all funds Intended for Equality Colony to the COLONY SECRETARY, addressed to BELFAST, WASH. Send all other Funds to National Secretary B C C, Edison, Wash. ■ ,-/ ' National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday, Nov. 17. New active members enrolled 1 New honorary, members enrolled 0 Present total membership. 3,628 —Honorary members are persons in sympathy with our movementflvho are en rolled on the payment of 10 cents. They have no vote and are not required to pay dues, but do all they can for the cause. Ac tive memb...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 26 November 1898

I EQffIJALBTTir tCdDLODWIf ;H©TTES. \ i D. Burgess President > \ Q. E. Pelton i Bureau of \ \ W. C. B. Randolph >■ Correspond- \ '*? D. Burgess ) enee. { i C. W. Belknap Secretary 3 * W.D.Boyd Treasurer \ o . How to Send Money to Equality Colony. Get rostofflee Money order on Edison, but mall It to C. W. Belknap, at Belfast, Skagit county, Wash. This will save us trouble. Belfast is not a money order office. THE DONKEY ENGINE FUND. Previously reported $1020 90 John Gravbill 5 00 Mrs R D Foy 25 Mrs A I) Stone 25 E Marquart 1 00 O Kaden 1 IK) C L Wieland 1 00 G E Pelton 1 IX) N Gunnison 1 00 N J Olson 1 00 C F De Wolfe 1 00 P J Boyle l 00 OP Darr 100 00 Alex Larson 2 25 W II Wilkins 50 • O Eckstrom 1 00 C Jackson 100 A B Carlton 60 E N Ordway 1 00 Dan Ford 50 Isaac 11 Keyes 50 F A-.McConnoll 1 00 Pat McMahan 20 00 ««-- M F Elliott 5 00 J Fox • 500 S B Brown I 00 P J Cooney 1 00 J N Trapp". ' 00 Henry D ivls 6 00 P J Holdberg 1 60 G T Nichols 60 Frank Marshland 1 00 Thos Redmond....

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 3 December 1898

INDUSTRIAL FREEDOM No. 31. Tfee Solidarity of Towij airj)d Fairm By DR. A. C. TRUE, Director of the Office of Experiment Station, United States Department X. of Agriculture. BETWEEN 1870 and 1890, speaking relatively .and in round numbers, two million men gave up farming and went to join the great army of toilers in our cities. Taking their families into account, six million peo ple from the farm were added to the population ofthe town; or, to put it in another wav, in 1870, according to Carroll D. Wright, 46.72 percent, of all the persons engaged in gainful oc cupations were employed in farming. In 1890 only 38.44 per cent were so employed. The farms lost ten per cent in these twenty years. The same causes which produced that great movement of population to the towns are still operative. The rush to the cities continues, and will continue. Nor is this movement confined to this country. The same thing has taken place in Europe. Such cities as Berlin and* Budapest have grown in recen...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 3 December 1898

IfldUfiri&l Fret donj Published weekly by the : Brotluriioinl Co-operative • Commonwealth.: [Entered at the Postoffice, Edison, Skagit County. Wash., as second class mall matter.] TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION' One Copyj One Year : 50 " " Six Months, -•' Foreign— Bent by members—sl [>cr year, EDISON, SATURDAY, DEC. 3, 'OS. ! DON'T ! Do not send for any more of the Illustrated edition. We arc almost crazy now trying to tell people that they"arc all GONE! None but a fool would try to defeat an ignorant man in an argument. Even a physician may conclude that a brutish pugilist is the better logi cian! •yy Our Dr. Johnson handles logic with his fist, but ill some eases he fails, even then to convince. If your adversary gets the best of you in argument, knock him over the head. This may be taken as superior knowledge on your part! It is pitiful to see how the hearts of the rich are lacerated by bounding re gard for the interests ofthe toilers! How many people in the United States think it ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 3 December 1898

National Union Department. HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH.' NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Presidentßev, Myron W. Reed, Denver, C 01..-. .'■■-'. Secretary—Oliver P. Darr, Edison, Wash. TreasurerA. L. Young, Edison, Wash. Organizer—A. T. McDonald, Newaukum. Wash../ Dean—Prof. Frank Parsons, Boston, .Mass. Editor- 1). Burgess, Edison. Wash. Master Workman—ll. F. Clevenger, Edison, Wash. , ' Distributer—G. E. Pelton; Edison, Wash. Send all funds intended for Equality Colony to the COLONY SECRETARY, addressed to BELFAST, WASH. Send all other Funds to National Secretary BCC. Edison, Wash. '-. •*: , National Secretary's Report. .For week ending Thursday, Nov. 21. New active members enrolled ' 2 New honorary members enrolled 1 Present total membership . 3,531 [Note— Honorary members are persons in sympathy with our movement, who are en rolled on the payment of 10 cents. They ' have no vote and are not required to pay dues, but do all they can for the cause. Ac tive members pa.v 10 cents monthly d...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 3 December 1898

} MMUJOT MART isms. \ i —°— c £ F.H.Lee ...President } f C. W. Belknap Secretary } £ W. B. Boyd Treasurer •■ _ G. E. Pelton ) Bureau of } \ W. C. B. Randolph • Correspond- » ♦? M. Dauidson '...)' enee. < } W. C. B. Randolph, :;H;J: % Editor Colony Notes. > o How to Send Money to Equality Colony. Get Postoffice Money order on Edison, but mail it to C. W. Belknap, at Belfast, Skagit county, Wash. This will save us trouble. Belfast is not a money order office. IMPORTANT NOTICE. All members of Equality colony have changed their address from Edison to Belfast. Skagit county, Wash. Remember this when you write. THE DONKEY ENGINE FUND. Previously reported $1266 .10 W F Cook" 2 50 Howard Sawyer 25 A M Hanes 1 00 R S Spinier 3 00 F W Adams 1 00 Western Labor Union No 5 of Butte, Montana 5 00 -Mrs. Crosbv TO W R Hudson :.. 50 Edward F Burnett 50 00 Chas H Ames, i 5 00 Arthur J Bagalev 15 00 Dr Wm Mueller.". 3 00 Total 11864 63 —The weather is various and sundry. —We need laundry machine...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 10 December 1898

INDUSTRIAL FREEDOM No. 32. t=S=*H_ rf=» ' tio V .oh ;.-.-_>■==-, „ ,-_ . Tfcxs Solidarity of Town]) airjxdl Farmrio By DR. A. C. TRUE, Director of [the Office of Experiment Station, United States Department .;..;...■ of : Agriculture. ' •;. #& -*»S'SS:S:S:S,S»4S*aSS'S»S:S»*''9»SS-'»»'S»S "Ui . (CONTINUED.) . WHEN' once the dwellers in town and farm realize that at bottom the same serious problems of life confront them all, they will, it seems to me, cultivate a kindly spirit toward each other, and be pleased to study in detail the ways in which town and farm are interdepen dent or may be mutually helpful. ■ Let us very briefly consider a few points of contact between farm and town, with a view to promoting plans for the benefit of both. From the farm the city largely gets the fundamentals of physical' life, of manufactures, and of- commerce. Foods, fibres, and wood—how depen dent the city is on the supply and quality of ' these things! Business men know how much depends on th...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 10 December 1898

liijdaf trial prcedomti) Published weekly by the Brotherhood Co-operative Commonwealth. - ■• - [Entered at the Postoffice, Kdison, Skagit County, Wash., as second class mall matter.] TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy, toe Year ...".. GO •' " Six Months -' Foreign— sent by members—Sl per year. EDISON, SATURDAY, DEC. 10, *«*• DON'T ! Do not send for any more of the Illustrated edition. We are almost crazy now trying to tell people that - they are all GONE! Equality colony, by means of the referendum have selected the following named persons as its candidates for. national officers of the BCC: ; President Myron Reed, Denver.Col. Secretary< P. Darr, Equality,; Wash. Treasurer—A. L. Young, Equality, Wash. ; ' ' Organizer—Wm. McDevitt, Seattle, Wash. Dean Prof. Frank Parson, Boston, Mass. , .. . • Master WorkmanS. , Hamman, Equality, Wash. .. • DistributerW. C. Davis, Equality, Wash. Editor—D. Burgess, Equality, Wash. We firmly believe in Christianity,but abhor, detest churchanity. - The...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 10 December 1898

National 1 Union Department. a..'. HEADQUARTERS," EDISON, WASH. ' ■ '"" ~~T ■' - '..'■:. ■ - ,» NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. President—Rev. Myron W. Reed. Denver, Col. , ,\; '. Secretary—Oliver P. Darr, Edison. Wash.', TreasurerA. L. Young, Edison, Wash. , Organizer—A. T. McDonald, Newaukum, • ■Wash. , .;,-• . ; ... ■ Dean—Prof. Frank Parsons, Boston, Mass. Editor—D. Burgess, Edison, Wash. ' Master Workman—B. F. Clevenger, Edison, "-"Wash., ';, V,, ■•'..''. y % -v.- >;■;':-. .• ' .. Distributer—G. E. Pelton, Edison, Wash. Send all funds Intended for Equality Colony to the COLONY SECRETARY, addressed to BELFAST, WASH. Send I all other Funds to National Secretary C C, Edison, Wash. National Secretary's Report. -, For week ending Thursday, Dec. 1. New active members enrolled - 7 New honorary members enrolled.. .. 1 Present total membership 3,538 [Note —Honorary members are persons in sympathy with our movement, who are en rolled on the payment of 10 cents. They have no vote and are n...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 10 December 1898

y IMPaLfiW CfiDLdDMY K,OTES§> 4 0 J X R.G.Lee President, £. I C. W. Belknap Secretary 3 £ W. B. Boyd Treasurer 2 J W. C. B. Randolph 1 Bureau of ? -a Alex. Pugh > Correspond- \ i M. Davidson i enee. < J W. C. ii. Randolph. 2 \ Editor Colony Notes. > o How to Send Money to Equality Colony. Get Postoffice Money order on Edison, but mail it to C. W. Belknap, at Belfast. Skagit county, Wash. This will save us trouble. Belfast is not a money order office. ' -£ - I IMPORTANT NOTICE. . All members of Equality colony have chanced their address from Edison to Belfast. Skagit county, Wash. Remember this when you write. THE DONKEY ENGINE FUND. Previously reported. 7 $1354 86 Harry Freeman .* 25 W. Hogan 10 00. Geo Hover : 5 00 Total. { 81369 90 —Mrs. Morris is now superintendent of cui sine. Bro. Monlch is superintendent of trans portation this term. —The donkey engine is not yet here: we need it in our business. -Bro. Tunmore is doirfg the machine work in the absence of Bro. Hoffm...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 17 December 1898

T~^-a_ ( ?=- ? -j ; -==__ [ -i., ..' Ai'________ . I ' '. W>A __jfl^^^^ m V m^^ m\mf m». RBke^^aKialQ^ HiyUMJW BfJ"'.7__a .^t*____j ______^ tBH AMMM -^^ji r* m*T w~+ j™* 1 II 1 I^l K^J _^H H^^ _______!■___. j _b^b^b^bb iß^w j^Amm^tm9^mmmmwt^m^^^^^Br< m^^^^m^ _ '^i~. .■ Vtma^*™^^ ■" " No. 33. Injperi&liifinrjo The Expansion Policy Opposed in I the Interest of the Common People. — I (From The Pittsburg Dispatch.) I aviso noticed that you have cli- I cited the views of representative per sons in politics, the law, labor circles land commercial life as to their opin ions pro and eon on the matter of an nexation ofthe Philippine Islands, I make bold to extend a few remarks as la representative of the common herd, ■of which there arc a number of mil lions in the United States. When there . ■are fighting, paying and sweating to ■do; when there are hard times to face, ■we arc always in the forefront. How lever, when great moves are contem plated by plutocracy we arc not consulted....

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 17 December 1898

Wop trial Fir<e<£<dl@inrj Published weekly by the * Brotherhood Co-operative Commonwealth. ■ ; [Entered at the Postoffice, Edison, Skagit County, Wash., as second class mail matter.] TERMS ok subscription: One Copy, One Year 50 ' " '• Six Months -•' Foreign— sent by members—sl per year. EDISON, SATURDAY, DEC. 17, '98. DON'T ! Do not scud for any more of the Illustrated edition. We are almost crazy now trying to tell people that they are all GONE! Equality colony, by means of the referendum have selected the following named persons as its candidates for national officers of the B C C: President— Myron Reed, Denver, Col. Secretary—Oliver P. Darr, Equality, Wash. "... ¥y*y< Treasurer—A. L. Young, Equality, Wash. Organizer—Wm. MeDevitt, Seattle, Wash. Dean— Frank Parson, Boston, Mass. r. -i Master Workman—S. Hamman,* Equality, Wash. Distributer— W. C. Davis, Equality, Wash. Editor—D. Burgess, Equality, Wash. Sev. M. Dehly of .Norway is now in charge of our press room. Failur...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 17 December 1898

! Rational Union Department. HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. President — Myron W. Reed, Denver. Col. ■ -yy, .Secretary— Oliver P. Darr, Edison, Wash. Treasurer—A. L. Young, Edison, Wash.' '.'J Organizer—A. T. McDonald, Newaukum, Wash. Dean—Prof. Frank I'arsons, Boston, Mass. Editor—D. Burgess, Edison v Wash. Master Workman—B. F. Clevenger, Edison, Wash. Distributer—G. E. Pelton, Edison, Wash. Send all funds Intended for Equality Colony to the COLONY SECRETARY, addressed to BELFAST, WASH. Send all other Funds to National Secretary BCC, Edison, Wash. National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday, Dec. 8. New active members enrolled '- '.': 0 . New honorary members enrolled ■■..■'- 0 Present total membership 3,540 [Note— Honorary members are persons in sympathy with our movement, who are en rolled on the payment of 10 cents. They have no vote and are not required to pay dues, but do all they can for the cause. Ac tive members pay 10 cents monthly dues an...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 17 December 1898

> ENUALnnr CdDLdDHY i«es o > X R. G. Lee President J I C. W. Belknap Secretary 3 ? W. B. Boyd Treasurer 1 JW.C. B. Randolph ) Bureau of } > Alex. Push '- Correspond- > i M.Davidson J once. < • J \V. C. B. Randolph, | \ Editor Colony Notes. } ■ 0 How to Send Money to Equality Colony. —'' ' m Get POStOfflce Money order on Edison, but mail it to C. W. Belknap, at Belfast, Skagit county, Wash. This will save us trouble. Belfast is not a money order office. IMPORTANT NOTICE. All members of Equality colony have changed their address from Edison to Belfast. Skagit county, Wash. Remember this when you write. —The health of our colonists is excellent. —Our crude laundry continues to get no better fast. - Mr. A. E. Humphrey has tacked up his application. Equality wants a postoffice. On the grounds of equality they should have one —Skagit Co. Time-. —The Pennsylvania Labor Exchange speaks in highly complimentary terms of Industrial Freedom. - Bro. Warren says we must have some g...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 24 December 1898

Do not heitate to take this pa per out of the Postoffice.' ■" If it is sent you some arrangement has baen made and you will not be asked to pay for it. No. 34. mat Tins (dwells off ■ Tk'lPii!il.iira(iDii!!gMtolS(Ea Rev. Benjamin Fay Mills. ly\ r^he following extracts from an address were published in "The Church Union," New Ll York: "The worth of every man, the worth of all men, all men more important than any manthat is the very foun dation of the idea of religion today. We ought to be trained in the initia tive and referendum in the way we carry on our churches. We ought to learn the lessons that are to be stud ied in the new democracy that is even now being born on this earth. We ought to have the best kind of organ ization; we ought to transact our business so as to be a model for the business world; for what the business world needs today is spiritual inspira tion. Instead of a minister being a "sky pilot" or "talking through his ■tat"' he ought to be a man who should inderstan...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 24 December 1898

Industrial Free 4©m Published weekly by the Brotherhood Co-operative Commonwealth. [Entered at the Postoffice, Edison, Skagit County, Wash., as second class mail matter, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy. One Year 50 •• •'■' Six Months '-■> Foreign—sent by members »1 per year. EDISON' SATURDAY, DEC.24, '98. DON'T ! Do not send for any mote of the Illustrated edition. We are almost crazy now trying to tell people that they are all GONE! Dec. 19, 1898. Nominations for Board of Trustees of the B C C. President—Myron Reed, Denver.Col. Frederick Upham Adams, Chicago; 11. W. Halladay, Equality. Secretary—Oliver P. Darr, Equality, Wash.; X. W, Lermond, Maine. Treasurer—A. L. Young, G. B. Pel ton, Equality. Organizer— McDevitt, Seattle, Wash.; J. H. Calderhead, Helena, Montana; A. T. McDonald, Newau kum, Wash: Dean—Prof. Frank Parson, Boston, Mass.; Miss Helen M.Mason,Edison, Wash. (Declines in favor of Prof. Parsons, of Boston.) Editor—D. Burgess, Equality. Master Workman—S. Hamman, B. F....

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 24 December 1898

National Union Department. HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. President—Rev. Myron W. Redd, Denver, Col. .', y/: ■-:- Secretary—Oliver P. Darr, Edison, Wash. Treasurer— L. Young, Edison. Wash..., ; Organizer—A. T. McDonald, Newaukum, Wash. Dean— Frank Parsons, Boston, Mass.' Editor— Burgess, Edison, Wash. Master Workman—B. F. Clevenger, Edison, Wash. ; > v : Distributer— G. E. Pelton, Edison, Wash. Send all funds intended for Equality Colony to the COLONY SECRETARY, addressed to BELFAST, WASH. Send all other Funds to National Secretary BCC, Edison, Wash. National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday, Dec. 15. New active members enrolled (I New- honorary members enrolled 2 Present total membership 3,554 [NOTE— Honorary members are persons in sympathy with our movement, who are en rolled on the payment of 10 cents. They have no vote and are not required to pay dues, but do all they can for the cause. Ac tive members pay 10 cents monthly dues and are not...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 24 December 1898

f > ramnw mimH mm* > X R.O.Lee ...;.. *...... .President > \ C.W.Belknap Secretary 3 r V. B. Boyd Treasurer < JW.C. B. Randolph ) Bureau of } 4 Alex. Pugh > Correspo.id- \ X M.Davidson ) enee. S J W. C. B. Randolph, } \ Editor Colony Notes. > »•- 0 How to Send Money to Equality Colony. Get Postoffice Money order on Edison, but mail it to C. W. Belknap, at Belfast, Skagit county, Wash. This will save us trouble. Belfast is not a money order office. IMPORTANT NOTICE. All members of Equality colony have changed their address from Edison to Belfast. Skagit county, Wash. Remember this when you write. SASH, DOOR AND BLIND FACTORY. 5 H Bollman. 3 5 00 Wm T Bumsteai 10 F W Losehenkohl 1 00 L Rossenquist 10 00 A O Brown 1 00 Fannie Menir 1 00 C P Jackson 1 00 M J Collar 1 00 R W Inness 1 00 Arthur .1 Haiseley - 00 R Milhgan 1 00 A Button l 00 E Grupe. 1 00 .1 W Rernside 1 00 D Pashlev. 1 00 O Ekstrom 1 00 Total i2\t 10 Sash, Door and Blind Factory. Although we have announce...

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