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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 24 December 1898

I > i|i|y|f ||3| motes. | t\ll|R. O. Lee President ''} I C.W.Belknap Secretary i :<**' V.B.Boyd Treasurer J 3 W. C. B. Randolph 1 Bureau of ? \ Alex. Push [- Correspond- \ X M. Davidson ) enee. S J W. C. B. Randolph, } \ 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. SASH, DOOR AND BLIND FACTORY. S H Bollman. 8 5 00 Wm T Bumsteai 10 F \V Losehenkohl 1 Oi) L Rossenquist 10 00 A Brown 100 Fannie Menir 1 00 C P Jackson 1 00 M.I Culler 1 00 R W Inness 1 00 Arthur .1 Haiseley 2 00 RMilhgan 1 00 A Button 1 00 £ Grope 1 00 J W Rernside. I 00 D Pashley. 1 00 O Ekstrom l 00 Total $29 10 Sash, Door and Blind Factory. S Although we have announced that the don...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 31 December 1898

Do not heitate to take this pa per out of the Postoffice. If it is sent you some arrangement has bsen made and you will net be asked to pay for it. . ' '/;.£,'* No. 35. .AHU^INGS 1 nOSSfeACKo . Independent Comment on Current Conditions By A Dyed-in-The-Wool • Calamity Howler. Two halves undoubtedly equal a whole, but tbe advance of reform is nothing to what it would be if two half-converted persons equalled one who is wholly persuaded. It is only a little trust for a cent, aiming at the absolute control of the light, heat and power facilities of New York city, which Wm. C. Whitney is engineering. There's nothing small about William so long as "Jones, he pays the freight." Giving to the poor and lending to the Lord is a very ancient custom. It has remained for Deacon Rockfeller to steal from the poor and give to the Lord. The opinion of the Lord re garding this innovation upon an old custom has not, to my knowledge, as vet been obtained. The Mossback just takes an off-hand shot at 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. — 31 December 1898

Do not heitate to take this pa per out of. the Postoffice. If it is sent you some arrangement has bsen made and you will not be asked to pay for it. No. 35. ;nUfIIHOS T /"VOS'SBACK. Independent Comment on Current Conditions By A Dyed-in-The-Wool Calamity Howler. Two halves undoubtedly equal a whole, but tbe advance of reform is nothing to what it would be if two half-converted persons equalled one who is wholly persuaded. It is only a little trust for a cent, aiming at the absolute control of the light, neat and power facilities of New York city, which Wm. C. Whitney is engineering. There's nothing small about William so long as "Jones, he pays the freight." Giving to the poor and lending to the Lord is a very ancient custom. It has remained for Deacon Rockfeller to steal from the poor and give to the Lord. The opinion of the Lord re garding this innovation upon an old custom has not, to my knowledge, as yet been obtained. The Mossback just takes an off-hand shot at things as he see...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 31 December 1898

itodtaf trial ; Freed® m Published weekly by the Brotlicriiood Co-operative Commonwealth. [Entered at the Postofflce, Edison, Skagit County, Wash., as second class mail matter.] TERMS OF SX'IiSCKII'TION: One Copy, One Year ty '• " Six Months -*' Foreign— sent by members—sl per year. EDISON, SATURDAY, DEC. '98. Dec. 19, 1898. Nominations for Board of Trustees of the CC. President—Myron Reed, Denver, Col. Frederick Upham Adams, Chicago; H. W. Halladay, Equality. Secretary— P. Darr, Equality, Wash, WW, Lermond, Maine. Treasurer—A. L. Young, G. E. Pel ton, Equality. Organizer— McDevitt, Seattle, Wash.; J. 11. Calderhead, Helena, Montana; A. T. McDonald, Newau kum, Wash: Dean—Prof. Prank Parson, Boston, Mass.; Miss Helen M. . son, Edison, Wash. (Dec! in favor of Prof. Parsons, of Boston.) Editor—D. Burgess, Equality, Master ' man—S. Hamman, B. F. Clevrnger, Equality, Distributer— C. Davis, G. E. Pel ton, A. L. Young, Equality. I certify the foregoing to be a true and correct list of the ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 31 December 1898

National Union Department. HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. ; NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Presidentßev. Myron W. Reed, Denver, Col. , Secretary Oliver P. Darr, Edison, Wash. Treasurer —A. L. Young, Edison, Wash. Organizer—A. T. McDonald, Newaukum, "Wash. ;. ..■";• :;,:*}?:'.■:; y Dean— Prof. Frank Parsons, Boston, Mass. Editor—D. Burgess, Edison, Wash. Master Workmanß. F. Clevenger, Edison, . , Wash. , -yy;^ Distributer—G. E. Pelton, Edison, Wash. TT"" 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. .y*y.'.yi-.»*- | _____ National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday, Dec. 22. New active member! enrolled /.'"» 8» New honorary members enrolled 2 Present total membership. „' 3,558 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 cau...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 31 December 1898

> MALM COLOKTf NOTES.. > X R. G. Lee President > J C. W. Belknap r Secretary *,[ iW. 11. Boy d Treasurer < JW.C. B. Randolph i Bureau af } \ Alex. Pugh > Correspond- \ < M.Davidson ) enee. < } ■ i J W. C. B. RANDOLPH, P \ Editor Colony Notes. > o How to Send Money to Equality Colonj. 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. MACHINERY FUND. - WOOD WORKING MACHINES. Previously reported $ 29 10 Julius Bei nard 25 David W. Uhipps 2 00 John Nein • • BO TP Dodd M L D No 4. South Park, Minn 75 Mrs t. Fellows : ' 10 00 Adam Anderson 10 00 Henry S Davis „.... 5 00 Total .... ' 168 55 CHII.DHI_NS INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FUND. Adam Anderson 9 - 00 —We had a drenching rain last Sunday night. -Brains and bra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 7 January 1899

Do not hesitate to take this pa per out of the Postoflice. If it is sent you some arrangement has bsen made and you will not be asked to pay for it. No. 36. w^ilas T nossßAoc Independent Comment on Current Conditions By A Dyed-in-The-Wool Calamity Howler. IN my opinion, anyone who persists in writing "Christmas" "Xmas" I is no Xian, but I may not be a ** very good authority upon the ethics of Xianity. Gen.' Merritt says it is the man with large means who will reap! the richest reward in the Philippines. It is, however, the man with no means at all who is your very rankest expan sionist. i It is my opinion that the time is approaching for constructive, rather than destructive, effort. The chaotic old competitive system bids fair to fall to pieces of its own weight faster than anything can be furnished to take its place.;. / Some of the leading journals of out country, which see the unmistakable trend of public opinion, are beginning to hedge. They arc trying to prove that socialism i...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 7 January 1899

lijdcijtrial Preedoinri) Published weekly by the Brotherhood Co-operative Commonwealth. [Entered at the Poatoffice, Edison, Skagit County, Wash., as second class mail matter.] -^=— ■■' ■■ j .- ~ TERMS OF subscription: One Copy, One Year 50 " " Six Months '. '.-5 Foreign sent by members— -H per year. EDISOX, SATURDAY, JAN. 7, '99. We were paine-c to learn of the re cent dcath'of Miss Mason's brother. It is said that Tennessee has a treas urer 6 ft. 2 in. tall, and $14,000 short. "The Spirit of '70" is good in its way, but a spirit of 1900 is our great need. McKinley wore a Confederate badge at Macon, Ga.^and McKinley's duti ful subjects humbly wear McKinley badges on all parts of their anatomy. "Humanity" is the name of a new paper which will uphold the cause of co-operation. Mr. N. \V. Lermond of Thomaston, Maine, is editor. "We welcome "Humanity" and place it on our X list. We advise all who must buy to get some great Department House cata logue and order all you can pay for theref...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 7 January 1899

;,;. National Union Department. . HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, j WASH. NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. ' President—Rev. Myrcn W. Reed, Denver, ; , Col. ;;,■. ■':. £ ;^:;^' '. ■ ''■'■ - ; ' Secretary P. Darr, Edison, Wash. . 'Treasurer—A. L. Young, Edison, Wash. Organizer—A. T. McDonald, Newaukum,, ."Wash. „...'. „ ;£:rj ( '-■..:,: ,?$} Dean—Prof. Frank Parsons, Boston, Mass. Editor—D. Burgess, Edison, Wash.; Master Workman— B. F. Clevcnger, 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 B C C, Edison, Wash. National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday, Dec. 20. New active members enrolled 10 New honorary members enrolled 0 Present total membership . 3,525 . [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 ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 7 January 1899

\ mmim mum hates.- >. * o J \ K. <;. Lee President i ( C. W. Belknap, r." Secretary , i £ W. H. Boyd Treasurer * J W. B. Randolph ..... i Bureau of } \ Alex. Bush Correspond- \ < M. Davison... ) ence. > i \ i W. C. B. Randolph, } \ Editor Colony Notes. > -o How to Send Money to Equality Colony. Get Postofficc Money order on Edison, but • mail it to C. W. Belknap, at Belfast, Skagit county, Wash. This will save us trouble. Belfast is not 11 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. /. MACHINERY FUND. WOOD WORKING MACHINES. . Previously reported $ 68 55 Win Hogan , * t (HI X M Webster 50 X Beaemer - 00 I' I. Hess: 1 (M) .1 ii Wilde , 1 00 .1 W Unquiet , 10 00 X .1 .ludrt 40 . Ed FBornett 50 00 T0ta1......' ...$ IS 4.". Yes, thank you for the stamps enclosed. Equality is O. X.. if anyone should ask you. Bert Savage is at his post again in the s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 14 January 1899

Do not hesitate to take this pa per out of the Postofflce. If it is sent you some arrangement has been made and you will not be asked.to pay for it. No. 37. nujiNos °: nOSSBACK. Independent Comment on Current Conditions By A Dyed-in-The-Wool Calamity Howler. £ttt^HE "fusionists" will rally to the banner of democracy to thrash the silver straw over :;, '}-*■ again, I don't think. Bimetal lism may be an all right issue, but "there are others". Some of our plutocratic friends are getting in mighty deep water. They boast that their feet are on solid ground,- but they neglect to state, that their heads are a long way below the ton of the drink. "The Royal Crown Soap Co." is the euphonious and attractive title of a firm across the Canadian border, "Patriotism and the "incentive to gain" sometimes make -queer bedfel lows .'is sure as you are born. The people arc getting tired of trying to keep their heads above the waves of "prosperity", and indifferent as to whether the "fatted calf" is w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 14 January 1899

lirjjdaf trial Fret 4©m Published weekly by the Drothcrluoil 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 Month* -•> Foreign— sent by members—sl per year. EDISON, SATURDAY, JAN. 14, '99. Charity may alleviate; it cannot cure. ruder present conditions no one prospers except at the expense of his fellow man. We expect to move Industrial Free dom to Equality tit the very first op portunity, so our readers need not be surprised if their papers are somewhat delayed in the near future. We are now witnessing the death throes of competition; but joy instead of sorrow is depicted on all faces, es pecially is this true of those who real ize the nature of the change which is now taking place. To our friends and patrons who have subscribed through Industrial Freedom lor The New Time, we would say we have just been notified by the Arena Publishing Co., that The New Time and t...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 14 January 1899

National Union Department. HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. President—Rev. Myron W. Reed, Denver, Col. ' '..- .V: -,■ ' Secretary—Oliver P. Darr, Edison, Wash. , Treasurer A. L. Young, Edison, Wash. Organizer—A. T. McDonald, Newaukum, Wash. ... ■■;■/,;/: ■■K'-fJ . / Dean Prof. Frank Parsons, Boston, Mass. Editor— Burgess, Edison, 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 B C C, Edison, Wash. ANNUAL ELECTION. PR ESI DENT, Rev. 'Myron Reed 40 H. VY, Halladay 29 F. U. Adams 10 SECRETARY. V Oliver I. Darr , 89 N.W. Lcrmond .4 TREASURER. A. L. Young 77 G. E. Pelton 15 ORGANIZER. McDevitt 66 McDonald.. 19 Caulderhead 7 DEAN. Prof. Parsons 42 Helen M. Mason h 2 EDITOR. D. Burgess v 91 Bige Eddy 2 \Y, C. B. "Randolph ... 1 MASTER WORKMAN. » Hamman 72 Clevenger 14 DISTRIBUTOR. W.C. ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 14 January 1899

i wa&un mm rotes. \ \ R. G. Lee President J f C. W. Belknap Secretary J > W. I>. Boyd • Treasurer < J W. C. B. Randolph i Bureau of £ \ Alex. Pugh .■ Correspond- > 4 M. Davison 1 ence. < £ w. C. B. Randolph. } \ Editor Colony Notes. > o How to Send Money to Equality Colony. Get Poetofflce Money order on Edison, bat 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. MACHINERY FUND. WOOD WORKING MACHINES. Previously reported 9 128 -*"• 11 Thorson * 00 John Glass V. 1 00 A T Wlnterfield -•' T E Anderson J 00 C G Johnson 1 00 Mrs Aug Johnson 1 00 Ed Wyman "00 Chas Haines 1 "0 11 C Sabin "0° Clair Spiekerman -•' Mrs A E Hicks ' 00 ft; Hubert -10 T J Housekeeper 10 Total * I-"1 li:' Children* Industrial school *- 00 School opens this week. Bro. Win...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 21 January 1899

Do not hesitate to take this pa per out of the Postoffice. If it Is .sent you some arrangement has been made anil you will not be asked to pay for it. No. 38. nUf !M<OS T J«VOSSBACK. Independent Comment on Current Conditions By A Dyed-in-The-Wool Calamity Howler. £r-Fs\he people, of this state at least, do not want direct legislation for they have said so. More 1-1 interest must be awakened in the end to be attained before enthusi asm can be awakened in the means. The legislature is in session. If any one doubts the effectiveness of the "incentive to gain" as a motive let him watch the smoke of the Solons assembled in the fair city of Olymyia. It is said the good people of Olym pic! have made ample preparation for the reception of the republican legis lature, having towed the "head of navigation" up above Tumwater Falls and securely anchored it. «, Push socialist propaganda: I have said this before and hope to say it again and yet again. Organization along cooperative lines, both...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 21 January 1899

EflMflW mmm riots. K. O. Lee President C. W. Belknap Secretary W. 1.. Boyd Treasurer W.«. B. Randolph 1 Bureau of Alex, l'ugh S Correspond- M. Davison ) enee. ' W. C. B. Randolph; Editor Colony Notes. 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. MACHINERY FUND. WOOD WORKING MACHINES. Previously- reported ? 140 83 C Taylor 100 E Custard ! 1 00 Friend (N.) 10 00 1, U No I. Augusta, Kans 30 Geo Harris 1 00 S M Taff 50 A M Swarlant 60 s W Craig '_' r X Granger '-■"» EM Baker 50 W W McCart 25 \V R Skelton 1 00 Mrs V A Skelton 1 00 Total I 104 45 Childrens Industrial School— Previously reported $2 00 The snow is gone - goody. The days arc getting longer so that we can -work more. Arthu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 28 January 1899

Do not hesitate to take this pa per out of the Postoffice. If it is sent you some arrangement has been made and you will not be asked to pay for it. !r. '„ No. 39. nUJIWSS °r/tOSSBACK. Independent Comment on Current Conditions By A Dyed-in-The-Wool Calamity Howler. /^rKSKAMPS got into the habit of lodging in the Centralia city jail, but the authorities got -*■ on to their graft and locked them out. We do well to boast of our great and prosperous country when we have to lock our jails on the inside! "One half the world does not know how the other half lives," and neither does it care a continental, any farther than profit, loss and rate per centum are concerned. Beautiful system? The grandest ever conceived. ' That is no "pipe dream" about Bro. Xosovitch and my pipe. He is better now, thoroughly convinced of the advisability of "milk food" for "babes" and properly grateful that it was my pipe he tackled instead of Bro. Jolly's. Everyone is earnestly entreated not to hold anyone but m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 28 January 1899

lirpdUf trial Frwdtanj 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— SI per year. EDISON, SATURDAY, JAN. 98, '99. Poverty is the bitter fruit of social injustice. lie who controls your bread con trols your ballot.—Daniel Webster. Representative government is prob ably the most stupendous failure in the world's history. Sonic good friend of Industrial Free dom is supplying us with The Coop erative News, of Manchester, England. Present industrial Jand commercial methods are doomed to destruction, and it would be -well to avoid the splinters. Those who shout longest and loud est for the flag always want an ap propriation whose magnitude bears some relation to the amount of shout ing done. • . Our printing force was made glad by a present of a line pail of milk, and just as we were growing joll...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 28 January 1899

Rational Union Department. •J w HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. president—Rev. Myron W. Reed, Denver, Col: - • -■ ■■ ■•• Secretary—Oliver P. Darr, Edison, Wash. Treasurer—A. L. Young, Edison, Wash. , Organizer—Wm. McDevitt Seattle, Wash. Dew— Frank Parsons, Boston, Mass. Editor—D. Burgess, Edison, Wash. '^ v.iv Master Workman—F. Hamman, Edison, Wash. v',"y Distributor— C. Davie, Edison, Wash. '<;/ 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. Co-Operative Insurance. We now have over $5,000 worth of prop erty liable to destruction by fire. Such loss would seriously cripple our work. In a few weeks we will have a system of waterworks affording much protection. At present we have no protection at all. Hence we call on each of our more than 3,000 members to sub scribe for as many of the $1 shares of insurance fund as he can pay on short notice. No...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 28 January 1899

> EdWJALDTTY CQLM KGBTE§. \ 1 — 0 — \ \'-.',: R. Lee President , J : i:; C. W. Belknap Secretary '' 3 •', ;>V' W. B. Boyd Treasurer v? ; J W. C. B. Randolph } Bureau of . £ \ Alex. Push :• Correspond- > < M. Davison ) enee. < 3 \y. 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. gMK'.i' ' ■ IMPORTANT NOTICE. All members of Equality colony have changed their address from Edison to Belfast. Skagit county, Wash. Remember this when you write. X MACHINERY FUND. •WOOD WORKING MACHINES. Previously reported $ 104 4". Ivar Sabo 3 00 RW Giles 1 00 \Vm Hogan 10 00 Total $ ITS 45 Childrens Industrial School- Previously reported ... i 82 00 ' Our faces are turned toward the coming dawn. We are all very busy, but then life is duty, and action and altruistic work. Our printer? and l...

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