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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 4 February 1899

Do not hesitate to take this pa per out of the Postoffice. j If it is sent you some arrangement has been made and you will not be asked to pay for it. .'. No. 40. HUPINQS °: nQSSBACK. Independent Comment on Current Conditions By A Dyed-In-The-Wool ' Calamity Howler. • ■'! > /Tt-K^HE people are not yet persuaded to part with the useless and ex pensive United States senate; ■* but they are becoming weary of the useless and expensive manner of electing the senators. I am' requested to remember that every question has two sides to it. So it has, stranger, so it has—A right side and a wrong side. Anyone who is willing to wait for reform to come through the old par ties must either have lots of time, or a mighty good job while he waits. Will you stick to the question, Mr. Plutocrat ? Some people would like to know what service you are render ing society in return for the good things it is showering upon you ? The tramp question is receiving con siderable attention and will continue to ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 4 February 1899

lijdu trial Firel 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 Cop] . I Hie Year B •• •' ' Six Months '--> Foreign—sent by members—sl pee year. EDISON, SATURDAY, FEB. 4, '90. •Tin are slaves who fear to speak For the fatten and the weak: They are slaves who will not choose Hatred, scoffing, and abuse, Rather than in silence shrink From the truth they needs must think: They are slaves who dare not be In the right with two or three." How long must a wrong be contin ued to become a right? The true end of politics is to make life easy and the people happy.— Egyptian Proverb. "Vested right" means, simply, that because the state has permitted you to do wrong for a long time, it must still allow this wrong to go on. We expect to move Industrial Free dom to Equality at the very first op portunity, so our readers need not be surprised if their papers are...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 4 February 1899

National Union Department. HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Presidentßev. Myron W. Reed, Denver, Co\.yi;yy.i^- Secretary—Oliver P. Darr, Edison, Wash. Treasurer—A. L. Young, Edison, Wash. Organizer—Wm. McDevltt Seattle, Wash. Dean— Prof. Frank Parsons, Boston, Mass. Editor—D. Burgess, Edison, Wash. Master Workman— F. Hamman, Edison, Wash. Distributer —W. 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. National Secretary's Report. [Note— Honorary members arc persons in I 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- l tive members pay 10 cents monthly dues and 1 are not charged any enrollment fee. They j are admitted on signing the Brotherhood ! pledge. RECEIPTS IN COLONIZATION FUND. For the week ending Sat...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 4 February 1899

> EdMJALIITIf CdBLdDKlf MOTES. > C R. O. Lee President 5 f C. W. Belknap Secretary J • ? W. B. Boyd Treasurer * }W.C. B. Randolph ) Bureau of J \ Alex. Pugh - Correspond- \ X M.Davison '... J enee. \ i w. c. B. Randolph, { i W. C. B. Randolph, } * Editor Colony Notes. J o How to Send Money to Equality Colony. "sy~\ 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 $ 178 45 X Bezimer 5 00 «. E Wasenkncept l 00 E M Plumb 90 Asael Larson l IK) Rosa P Larson 1 00 11 W Caw 40 Total V $ 187 35 Childrons Industrial School- Previously reported IS 00 We want two good cows. Where can we get some cows'.' Bro. McKenzie is housekeeping for our pantry. Elmer Davison is ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 18 February 1899

' Do not hesitate to take this pa-' per out of the Postofllee. If it is sent you some arrangement. has been made ami you will not be asked to pay for it. "No. 41. nUS!M<GS "T:nQSSBACK. Independent Comment on Current Conditions By A Dyed-in-The-Wool Calamity Howler. - Mby^ MINNESOTA man who was ■LA \ $25,000 short |had, accord- WM/C-\\ m£ to a local paper, "no bad flflrr; lA habits." Maybe not. lam IKiot at present in touch with the Mm BBiesota idea, but out in this neck of Bite woods we make-a distinction be fßtwecri grand larceny and Christian i-jM. To call an opponent in argument -ignorant may silence him, but con- MVincc him—never. Ten to one he will ■■refuse to take your word for it. KB A youth ol 18 attempted suicide in IBphehalis, this state. He ought to |Biave read the gold-bug republican ■papers and thus have kept posted on ■he great opportunities open to in- us try and integrity. H Competition between the states for ■divorce businese is the latest fad. Home of the centra...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 18 February 1899

li^dG^tri&l Freedom p*<MfcttHNl «M<ots> by w.-s BTOtkltftH S^pCr&iiTO COBBSfBSWIQL •Knterea at *• Pcstofflcc, ttSii»«, tskaptt County, Wa»k.. no second class mail Batter.J » Ifjaj OF SUBSCarPTBOW. •M Copy, On* Year * " '' Six Menvh* *• Foreipn- aent by members- SI per year. EDISON, SATURDAY, FEB. 18, '99. "L»t as call tyirante, Hymn*, «mI Basasata That only *"*•*•*> <*«■<* by (««• ■* ■*»! And all feat rsntee not by •»■ ■■■ ia«* Ml i for men taaeaaart bavo ao ■»• *> www In patakasf if »•»*•« tor *** ,K*C* *rtfl*' ' Thomas B. Reed m now ia caeeian, and so is the U. S. Senate. The proaaarity ebouter leak* aak; ke is weary, but still feebly »h«tras. The fart that tramps exist ia evi dence that true patriotism is expiring. Our prosperity howless seem now to be confined to bankess and Repu blican politicians. Forakcris a great attraction in Washington; his capers elicit ap plause, and be is generally considered a very "Amoosing Cuss." We are told to go to 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. — 18 February 1899

' Itftul Union DcptrM. HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. j :* -' ' NATION BOARD OP TRUSTEES. President—Rev. Myron W. Reed, Denver, Col. Secretary—Oliver P. Darr, Belfast, Wash. "•reinsurer-— L, Young, Belfast, Wash. •Jrganizer-r-Wm. McDcvitt Seattle, Wash. Bean—Prof. Frank Parsons, Boston, Mans. atlitor-D. Burgees, Belfast, Wash. Master Workmen—F. Eastman, Belfast. Wash. J .. ; -7 Watributer- W. C. Davie, Bel****, Wash. ■ Send all fimdfeSlntandsd far Equality Smiony to th« COLONY 3 Ban ETA STY. addressed ta BELFAST, WASH. Cartel at* other Funds to NntianeJ Secretary St C C, Edison, Wash. I 1 1 ii i' mi ■■ arnaiia niim in. ..._ P We want everybody to read Indus trial Freedom, but if there are per sons who do not wish to do bo, we still want them to read some other good socialist paper. Here is a list you can choose from with the cer tainty of getting something good: Appeal to Reason, Girard, Kansas. People, 184 Williams St. N, Y. Kews, (daily) Port Angeles Wash. Altruist, St. Louis, Mo. •s...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 18 February 1899

i mmuty mmt mes. \ X R. G.'Lee ■*" V.V.Praaidant i \ R, G. Lee President f C. W. Belknap Seereaarf J ? V,'. B. Boyd Treasurer •? }W. O. Randolph / Bureau of ( \ Alex. I 'ugh '- Correspond- > S M. Davison ) once. I J W. C. U. Randolph, ) \ Editor Colony Notes. \ ■ How to Send Mincj to Equality Colony. (let Postoffice Money order ,■■!',- but mail It to C. W. Belknap, at Belfast, Skagit county, Was This will Bavo us trouble. Belfast is not a money order office. IMPORTANT NOTICE. All members of Equality colony have changed their address from Edison to Belfast, Sk.igu county, Wash. Remember mis wni you write. CD MACHINERY FUND. _ WCOD WO.I aWO MACHINES. Previously reported $ 187 .V) J* A Rosen. 1 00 All I'Cuiie a i >-' G F -;■• iwo id '. 5 00 L'lrieh -~> Western Llbor I aioe No. >, Butte, Mont 10 00 (' B IlicKlu/ si C It . -i-l !>vd 2't WPGray 1 00 Minnie Otto 1 00 SSNeher 1 01) LS Etine 1 00 Prion 1 (N) i> *A) 11 M Webster 50 Chas I) Rayroer 25 Mrs. C Fellows 100 00 Ad...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 25 February 1899

Nt hesitate to take this pa ii of the Postoffice. If It t you some, arrangement •on made- and yon will not ed to pay for it. 4-2. f\U5 INQS T n©SSiIACKo ■ i Independent Comment on Current Conditions By A Dyed-In-The-Wool Calamity Howler. X OME one is demanding "equal m. and exact justice." Hope ■""> they may get it. By the m way, did you ever sec une- or justice that was inex- I bet I believe in majority rule; ft all the sacred "vested" rights ■iave built np. Likewise that fttliey have done they can undo, ft ver the majority so determine. HHH]irintcrv, tit least the pressroom ■hereby acknowledges its iudebt ft to all -the departments ofthe ft, and "no incentive to gain" ■have furnished more skillful or ■Republican party is the great Bth.e common people. It is tin ■n.d avowed foe. It advocates Bpctuation of the wage system Bmcans the deeper and deeperen ftcut of th.c masses. J greatest good to the greatest ■r" is; a poor, pitiful; cowardly Hr-O'- The government that can ft justice...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 25 February 1899

•' fod&S trial Pre 4©m Published weekly by the BrotlH rlrood io-opcrative Commonwealth. [Entered at the Postolllce. Edison, ISkagll Ownty, Wash.',' as second class mall matter.] terms or .-fiisc IPTION: Ono Copy. One Year 50 « " Six Months -■» Foreign sent, by membew^-81 per year. iISOKoS • T'RL>AY, FEB. 25, '99. To do your own thinking is political § heresy. The "respectables" look upon labor ers as instruments --eating wealth and instruments have no rights. Abject and unreasoning submission to authority is the first requisite in all •who aspire to distinction in either of the political parties. All persons in and around Reno, "Xev., desiring to take Industrial Free dom would do well to call upon Dr. J. A. Hamilton at his office in Reno. The High Priest of fagots is becom ing a political necessity, judging by the independent way in which some of the common herd are thinking for themselves. Socialists may have to seize the po litical machinery of all governments, but if they ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 25 February 1899

- ' National Union Department. HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL HOARD OP TRUSTEES. President—G. 10. Pelton, Belfast, Wash. Secretary P. Dan-, Belfast, Wash, Treasurer A, L. Young, Belfast, Wash. Organizer—Wm. MeDevitt Seattle, Wash; ; Dean Prof. Prank Parsons, Boston, Mass. Editor— I). Burg, Belfast, Wash. Master Workman P. Hamman, Belfast, Wash, Distributer—W. C. Davis, Belfast, Wash. Send all funclsVintondecl for Equality Colony to the COLONY SECRETARY, addressed to BELFAST, WASH. Send all other Fund? to National Secretary BCC, Edison, Wash. We want everybody to read Indus trial Preedoi i, but if then tiro per sons who do not wi^'h to do so, we still want them to read "some other good socialist paper. Here is a list you can choose from with the cer tainty of getting something good: Appeal to Reason Girard; Kansas! People: 184 Williams St. X, V. .News, (daily) Port Angeles Wash. Altruist, St. Louis, Mo. Social Democratic Herald, Belleville, Illinois. Coming Nation, Ruskin, Term...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 25 February 1899

i itMyirif mimi wires. \ X R. G. Lee 1 'resident } % C. W. Belknap Secretary ,} ? W. ii. Boyd Treasurer -• I i 3 W. <'. B. Randolph ; Bureau.of £ \ Alex. Pugh Correspond- > { M. Davison ) nee. < LW. C. 1;. Randolph, ) \ Editor Colony '.Vole-. V o Sow in Send Mosey to Equality Colony. \ Gel Postoffice Money order oh Edison, but snail ii 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 I . son to Belfast, "Skagit county, Wash. Remember t.h.s when you write. Bring on I hose cows. Bro. Warren Is up and ut it again. Friends, do you often think of Equality? » Let us Bee did you not forget the stamp? it Is raining oh excuse me, that is under stood. Clarence Shephard Is running the planer and marcher. Mr. Arthur Tunmore is pushing the lever nt the .-•.>. mill. Bro. McKenzie Is giving his mothetly care to our chickens. „. -..v..,:..- -...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 4 March 1899

■ Do not hesitate to take th Is pa ■gsreaant the Paetofflee., If it P» aot toy come arrangement • eat of the Paetofflee. If it Mat you tome SRSSffemont I has (Men made and yo« will not ■ be asked to pay for it. HO. 43. J\USIWQS T n@SSBACK. Independent Comment on Currant Conditions By A Dved-Jn-The-Wool Calamity Howler. TO kick at anything which can* not be helped is foolishness; but to silently endure wrongs il that can be righted, is . both cowardly and criminal. Do you know that a thousand »en have to cough up $1,000 apiece , to make one millionaire. It may be that there is where your home has (one to, partner. Municipal ownership is proving a decided success, where tried; the average saying over private owner ship being folly fifty per cent. It is the entering wedge of socialism. The republican beer-garden at • Olympia went out in a blaze of pyro technics with every promise broken and a new record for extravagance established. May we never look up •n its like again! - Oh, you're ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 4 March 1899

gmm ■■■iiin.ii in. ii ii — ■ ii i — '■ ZZ~, l^4u^tfml Preedoinri) . „ ... Published weekly by the Biothcrtood CiMpefirtif«-€«fflffl(Hi»'caUli. „_-*** •->«^- '• C;j •<vtT>S-?'!i'_i'iiA'?.V..—l— . ' jg»ifoaa»f 'Mi* 'v ,;v7-'> j ! , i** [Ki»tt<r**t»i*t J',fr*i'l,wstotnte,>r!iiisonJ Skagit „ CoirtffPWiflihit asrSMbad class mall matter.], ; I jggssgfe^ -,:--'-- t. ■'■■■'.-.- ; ___,g__ ■" **»»'■ "*" >**i»aSM—attaag*#aHia^. .. ,- . i r TERMS OK:' subscription; , One Copy, One Year .... .... .... .50 " '"'' Hi* Month**' .'.. .v.* 25 Foreign -sent by members—sl .-yaav-..-..*- EDISON, SATURDAY, MAR. 4, "99. , -""•'- -.'.'-.?>■■■■'■-- S-->?y r.V-.|- -.Ml.' >.* THESElA^G#|g«ji? - 1 *„rX yy' 'k -.r*:,- .'./,.' mjT,-.-.i..', .'j' .-?•■.»!'••>•.-: •:?;.».".-,. •■,./.;; „-■.. ;,jf-;'|., r ',". „> }; .;. CLUBBING RAT.ES.' , _: ; / _". ; '.(■• «.-> : .; .i, , -•.•._ ..-; . , Per year,— Industrial Freed0m........i .*..u0;.j, : . r .\] tit .j. Appeal to Keason .50...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 4 March 1899

' : ,';,,,-Kati^ai iJnion 'Department^^l...; 'i!..:;; .*;•- :'':"■}: !>? : li .'«it-s—4-.-» v- '„.._.„ /'-.'; S; ; ■UffiADQfIPA'RTKRS,' BBlSdN',' WASH.' •<•'■ >' ,' ) ... - '•<.:■■ -. '■■■; „,.;,';,I h»:« i ■.'■.] -.-,. if:,". *■■ '.VrATIONAT;-'boA~ftt), OF tMjS'Te&S. ?}*!si '• .'• Prosident^G. t^S^^^f^kfSak.^'"-^ Secretary—Oliver •p'.itJtti'r; Belfast, Wash. 1 Treasurer-A,' 1 Wash/ >* •'-5 !i' Organizer^ Wm'.lMoßevlttr-Se'attTe, Wafih:'';^' ' WtWobs, BbstWn, Mass. .'-•"' 15dito'B-^l>.;Biirje'e*',:B'elfdst,^Wftßh?'•' -■'-.-. Master ': Wbi^ktaah^ V. ■'< 'Hamiaafrj Belfast,* • Wash. ..'.'■. ill -.a;:- ■■>•„■;[ [. !*t*.jT •n^i, Dist«ibtkoe-f'W..€. Da-vis, Belfast, Wash;.' ««ij ... ..'»-..■ '*i „', —i .*, , ;.ii»ji'.i i - Send all funds intended ; for*' febualilVi Colony to the COLONY SECRETARY,' , addressed to BELFAST. WASH. ;i««hid/. all other Funds to National. Secretary,, BC.c;'Belfast, Wash. •'■'.■«>'•--'.: -T" >! ■ -j''' ■■ty- ■':;'_.:"'. ' ■'■>...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 4 March 1899

.v— • ■■•—"»™p ■ -■ ' ; 1 e»*»js«^*ia^v*v*aj«'V*V*^s'v*V*V*^»^»' '. l GfMLtU CALM* MfES, i „"■; —— ■ p..-.:; l ft. O. Lee..............Pre5ident,,, , I aW.Bmkawf) Secretary * W.B. Baft ....Treasurer * J W. C.R.Randolph } Bureau of ( i Alan. Pag* [ Correspond- \ < MLDavieoa ) ence. < 9 W. C. B. RSJTDOLPH, > S Editor Colony Notes. I a rcji\jj fX.jfX.j^Xjfy.iJ -"win* *>mi *i.ii *>"< *** *■' o tar tt Sa4 liter tl Equlity Mmj. GetPeatofMce Money order on Edison, but mail it ta C. W. Belknap, at Belfast, Skagit tstmmtf, Wash. This will aave us trouble. Belfast is not a money order office.' ' IMPORTANT NOTIOH. AM members of Equality colony have whanged their address from Edison to Belfast. Skagit counts/, Wash. Remember this when jnawsrffce. MACHINERY FUND. WOOD WOKKOfa MAOHINHS. rVcviously reported * 41 a 11 rVtend(B) 5 00 Karl Lohaa 10 MM Cope 5 00 St Pan! 10 01 Total • 436*0 Chitdrens Industrial School— ah-criouslv reported ©00 The boys are at the ditching again. The h...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 11 March 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. 44. ■ ,MU3»HMOS T n@SSI.ACKo Independent Comment on Current Conditions By A Dyed-in-The-Wool ' i',l Calamity Howler. H CALIFORNIA reader gives J_\\ me a kindly, withal red-hot Ji \\ "roast" because I am too fc* "* aggressive and use harsh ... terms and hitter phrases. Thanks, comrade. I was becoming too conservative, lam holding it in, 'friend. Give me credit for that. I don't write half of the mean things 1 think. ■ I am not as "sot" against special privileges as some. Hut it is my con viction that they should be accorded to the weak, not to the strong. An exchange says only the two old parties count; that the others are only places of refuge for the kickers. It strikes me we're about to the pass "where only the kickers count. I am not stuck on the constitution. I am sorry to say I consider it it back number. But I believe i...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 11 March 1899

lir^dtaftrial Ptfttdonj Published weekly by the Brolhcrliood Co-operative Common\veaUli: [Entered at tin- Postofflce^ Edison, Skagit Comity, Wash., as second class mail matter.] TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy, One Year 50 •' •' Six Months -•• Foreign -em by member* $1 per year. EQUALITY, SATURDAY. MAR. 11 FOR THE POOR. - • I mger In the air around them, Hunger in tie' sky above them. And the hungry stars in heaven Like the eyes of wolves glared lit hem." A ].artisan is not required to think, only to remember. The war with Spain must have been the beefiest war in history. Life is hardly a pleasure excursion; it is wars training ground and a field of strife. Alger is now looking for a general ■who can eat embalmed beef without making a face. Algev's adhesiveness is class; he wont give it]) office simply because the people despise him. ■ -.-:• packing House magnates seem astonished that -any one should object to being fed embalmed beef. Practice has rendered some*of our statesmen expe...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 11 March 1899

• National Union Department. ; lIEADQUAHTEUS, EQUALITY, WASH. NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. president— E. Polton, Equality, Wash. Secretary Oliver P. parr, Equality, Wash. Treasurer— A. L. Young, Equality, Wash. Organiser Win. McDevitt Seattle, Wash. Dean Prof. Frank Parsons, Boston, Mass. Kditor—D. Burgess, Equality, Wash. Master Workman F. llamman, Equality, Wash. Distributer -W. C. Davis, Equality, Wash. Send all funds Intended for Equality Colony to the COLONY SECRETARY, addressed to EQUALITY, WASH. Send all other Funds to National Secretary 13 C C, Equality, Wash. ';;■;.. We want everybody to read Indus trial Freedom, but if there are per sons who do not wish to do so, we still want them to read some other good* socialist paper. Here is a list you can choose from with the cer tainty of getting something good: Appeal to Reason, Girard, Kansas. People. 184 Williams St. X, V. News, (daily) Port Angeles Wash, Altruist, St. Louis, Mo. Social Democratic Herald, Belleville, Illinois. Co...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 11 March 1899

> mmj w hmmm moots. } y __o_ \ \ H. W. Halladay President 3 f C. W. Belknap Secretary J > W. B. Boyd Treasurer * J W. <'. B. Randolph ) Bureau of ? \ Alex. Pugh I Correspond- \ s M. Davison J ence. S J Wm. HOOAN, ) \ Editor Colony Notes. \ o—— How to Send Money to Equality Colony. J Get Postoffiee Money order on Edison, but mail it to C. W. Belknap, at Equality ,31 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 E futility Skagit county, Wash. Remember this hen you write. MACHINERY FUND. WOOD WOKKINU MACHINES. Previously reported 8 4;io 20 Kebr .' ,">0 Alex Larson,; - 0(> Total 8 liiT 70 Childrens Industrial School - Previously reported *2 00 Karl Warren is learning to set type. Bro. Hogan is laid up with the grin. Choice garden seed would go good now. Land clearing is going on i.i good shape. The donkey engine is about ready to bray . 5 It is a lon...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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