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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 16 July 1898

MiiP^ TE?^ Tn% IBK^ "^ll^^ T*% tf**^ "W^JV t*^*^ h~^% f |pL^^S!S r* wl^ m^ ■" llf 1 Ix^jh^^ | IVo!. I Capitalism - vegetarianism A Virtue Can Aid to Enslave a People. i REPUBLICAN speaker during V the late campaign, informed us t during the Democratic bard times, ■n soup houses were in full blast all our blessed country, the soup fur iwl to the pool' was made from dead Lgl, This statement had better not investigated too closely for fear it be iniiil on fact. We know there is a so cannery in operation in this State. Miinol'ody must eat the product in !•;■ to keep the thing running. I'eo wiio pay at first class hotels may be expected to eat Buch stuff; but, should not the paupers who dine at .:" Be rest.fiiuuils eat It, and tints X WOUK for he other paupers who luce it. and also furnish a congenial ytag ground for the poor old horses : aie so closely related to the poor slaves who work along with them finally eat them. be horse is an unclean animal for !as v.'l! a-! In' hog. A horse 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. — 16 July 1898

INDUSTRIfII 1 PRtbDOM. L PUBLISHED WEEKLY 3Y THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH I Entered'at the Postofflco" Edtson.-Skaßlt County, >\ ash., .i- Hcr«iul i-ia—• mall matter. l Terms of Subscription: One Copy, One Year '. *l.« 0 Six Month* Id ... .. Three Months , ■-'•'' t.i mi ■■ ■>■. i■■• of lirotherhuoJ. 60c per year. Koreipn-M-nt by member— It i cr year. EDISON, SATURDAY, JULY 16, 'm. ■ Government Function? and Itdastiial PiCgres*. I No. :;.' .■;■■ - Series began In v-.. f.) THK AGE OF HOMESPUN*. Passing from the savage, or roam inj: stage of life, families settled down on given pieces of land to culti vate them, and thus to obtain a bet ter living than they could get by de pending on game,fish and the natural fruits of the earth. In this period t leir want.-, were vet few ami simple, and each family able to produce nearly all it needs inde pendent of others. We may call this the ajreof homespun. Each family had its own . iilit of productive ma chim • such as i...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 16 July 1898

National Union Department HEADQUARTERS) EDISON, WASH. ; NATIONAL BOAHD OP TRUSTEE*. president—Kbv. Myron W. Reed. Denver. Col Secretary—N. W. T.khmond ..Edison. Wash Treasurer— Miss Helen M. Mason.. 1 Edison. Wash Organizer— Kuv. Ceo. candeb Toledo. O Dean— Kiiank Parsons..Boston, Mass Editor KEY. W. H. Kaukman, Edison, Wash Master Workman—C. H. Swioart.. Edison. Wash Distributer—& F. Nolan Edison. Wash National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday, July T. New active members enrolled... ii New honorary members enrolled 4 Present total membership 3,349 [XO'i'E— Honorary members are per son* in sympathy with our movement, who are enrolled 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. Active mem bers pay 10 cents monthly due* and arf not charged any enrollment fee. They are admitted on signing the Brotherhood pledge.] RECEIPTS IN COLONIZATION ll'Mi Previously reported *l.v;-i !5 To credit of Equality Colo...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 16 July 1898

•-V* *¥■• ■/" "■* 4f* ■#• "■ *"• "■ ™* %»- Wl ■*■ '■ *' *' * EQUfILITY COLONY NOTES II \v Halladay President G. E. Pel ton / Bureau of in-.,.,;'- McCoy.. Secretary Alex. Pugb • Correspond- Alex, Pugh .". Treasurer w. C. B. Itanduipn } ence. Sawmill Find. K,]iialitv colony is 00 1 lively rustle for a larger sawmill. Last Monday (.•veiling a meeting was held to devise ways and means to procure a sawmill that would enable us to cut lumber for oar own use and also supply this valley with lumber and its products. The DOble hearted socialists walked up to the mark and handed over this: W. C. H. Randolph * 10 00 A. Mitchell •' (X) L. Klainroth >'MM) A. Hudson -"" ul Charles Hart l" (XI Pat Boyle » IMI P. A. Peterson ](MX( J. U. Attlt ■' °° C. B. Fisher » (ll) D.F. Hoissevain •"> (l(l John Hart '■"» "° Louis Okerlund :>0 °° A friend :!IMI 00 .1. w. Robinson - IMI .1. A. Meeker 1" l!(l Joseph Bllllngsley !-•> (MI .1. E. Turner, monthly •"> (l(l M. V. Dade ■"' lln This was all ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 23 July 1898

._ ■ l_. _ Vol. I THOUGHTS. Your Uncle rllK Impossibility of profits is only exceeded by the impossibility of ii. average business man recognising lilt f'l"'- ft ft ft A Michigan food company is pushing new food intended especially for "re iiildim: the brain.'' So the Socialists M not the only ones aware of the pain jl condition of SO many of our citizens. lut tin 1 Socialists lacked the nerve to tempt to wring a "profit" out of the tirmity of the American public. ft ft ft "Six LEADING business men." says a dispatch, not noticing that it is tear l off the veil from our competitive stem, "arc in jail at Charleston, 8.C., the charge of murdering the colored •minster at Lake City last February." iiit they are recognized as "leading"' liiness men. it is evident, as is the • with most of them, is because of eir money rather than their moral irth. * « « It will be interesting to the wife of ■average workingman to be informed the steps taken by the manufacturers hosiery to gratify her patr...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 23 July 1898

INDUSTRIfII I rR£b.DOM. L PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH Entered at the Postofflce Edison, Skasn" County. Wash., as second cla»M mall matter. Termi of Subscription: One Copy, One Year 91.00 "" Six Mont ■ " Three Months -•"' To nvemlicrs vi •■:.■..■■■■■' foreign*-«ent by member.-.—*l v.er year. EDISON, SATURDAY, JULY 2.1. '.'■ ■■ i! , ■■' i . -:. ri,;;; li" la a proverb | no of te loted, *o unl\ ersally m t-, 'ed ■ no one ever thinks oi il i I truth and yet |ci hap ■no ■ - more frequently denied by i~ and methods of work. I f we ould but secure its application to : 't even remotely approaching o recogniton of it in theory, our - limeuts would be almost ;m --.: gr< ater than those now , possible. With those who have pledged them sel • i- to work for brotherhood the lm po tance of united effort should be r ignlzed In a more vital way than i>\ those not so pledged, for only in so far as unity becomes an established fact can their efforts attai...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 23 July 1898

National Union Department HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES, President— Mvhon w. Reed. Denver. Col Secretary—N. W. LEHMoND...EdIsoh, Wash Treasurer—Miss Helen M. M*bos.. Edison. Wash Organizer—Rkv. Geo. CANfiES . Toledo. O Dean- ruor. Khank Parsons,.Boston. Mass: Killtor—Rev. W. li. Kaufman. Edison.Wash Master Workman —('. 11. Swir, un\. Edison. Wash Distributer—X. P. Nolii Edison Wash ; National fecretary's Eeport. For week ending Thursday, July 1 1. New active members enrolled ... IS New honorary members rolled 4 I 'resent total membership 3,360 [NOTE—Honorary members are per sons in sympathy with our movement, who are enrolled 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. Active mem-j ber* pay 10 cents monthly dues and are not charged any enrollment fee. They are admitted on signing the Brotherhood pledge.] UK EIPTS IN COLONIZATION FUND. Previously reported *15,«16 80 To credit of Equality...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 23 July 1898

I' EQUfILITY COLONY NOTES 1 I - l ten W Ilalladay President G. K. Pel ton / Bureau of 9 C Dennis McCoy,\ Secretary Alex. Pu5h ........ • Correspond- £« >T Alex. Pttgb."; ' Treasurer Yv. C. B. Randolph 1 ence. .J ■ ' . *»' ' '..... .a. .a. .... .*-- _*v -.*-. -'A:. -A. .(All ■*» .ii. .*, *'dir **» ■<« %*- .4- .1 Sawmill Fund. Equality colony is on a lively rustle for a larger sawmill. Last Monday evening a meeting was held to devise ways and means to procure a sawmill that would enable us to cut lumber for our own use and also supply this valley with lumber and its products. The noble hearted socialists walked up to the mark and handed over this: W. C. 15. Randolph 8 10 00 A.Mitchell » » 1.. Klamroth .'( ™» A.Hudson 200 00 Charles Hart I'. 1 00 Pat Boyle ■' " P. A. Peterson. JIJ *' ■1. B. Ault .;' °" C. B. Fisher )(J D.P. Boissevain ' « "" John Hart • !;' "° Louis Okerlund ;'° }« A friend 3°o H .1. W. Robinson - ' .I.A.Becker V- « Joseph Billingsley l-_> a, .T. E. Turner, mo...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 30 July 1898

I iCI^^J [li^^B *aB Bjfc*'fc .^A j!' ' ' t j j^P*^ ,^^^^fl - i- J |. Vol. I THOUGHTS, YourUncte ■I 71111.X T deplore the greed of ■ I ilie money-lender I must ad* H mire his smartness in fixing In;."- sii even the everyday munifesta- Bi»df nature tend to fatten his,strong I ft ft ft LARGE number of dehyde gas gen* H:n]> have been sent to Santiago for I purpose of disinfection. I don't Hw exactly what a ••dehyde gas gen- Htii]'" is but if they run short of gen* Htm"- there's a desuetude gas tank Hr in New Jersey that may be made ■viivah'e for cleaning the Spanish I ft ft ft ■ fact that the postal receipts for Hwill probably reach 1100,000,000, ■largest in the history of the the de- H i ■t. will excite but little interest the people, i'ast history teaches lithai there can be but one result He receipts of the railroads will also I: largest in the history of thkik ■ ftment, even if the whole 1100,000- Hias to be swallowed to do it. Our H' privately-owned railroads do ■ propose to be ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 30 July 1898

INDUSTRIE I FRfebDOM. L - PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE DROTHESHOOD OF THE . '"';' CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH iKntored at U>e postntllce.cEiliKnn. Skaßlt County, wash., as second class mall matter. I Terms of Subscription: One Copy One \\ ar. .SI.OO "' Six Months '" '• " • 1 Uree Months •'••'•'> To member^ of m-olherUooi. 50c per year. Foreign-«entTiy meinl>ers—il Per year. EDISON, SAT^KjiAY, .1:1/1 :■ . M)s! Capitalistic Enthusiasms. The force against the human unit, -when that unit revolts, is now enor mous, for it is uressed in the guise of democracy. It is diflicult'to imagine how one of the democracy today, a mere Jesus or a mere Mohammed, could lead a new era. These had a common faith to work upon, we have none. 'Tell had a rccognzied oppres sion whose . agents and instruments ivere known and hated. Bui we, taught to kiss the rod by which we may at some future time strike some others, endure the present pain in hope of the futute infliction. The competitive system is peculia...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 30 July 1898

; National Union Dspartmenl HEADQUARTERS,'EDISONj WASH. nationalnn.\i:u of ThusTEES. president ■ m'vkon W\" Kked, „..,'.-... „..,.,'■...:..... ■ Denver Col Secretary--^. WV I.Kiisio.Nt).'. .Kiilson, Wash Treasurer—Jli^s Hicl.'iN M.'ll^S'.'S., . ■ Ellison, Wash Organizer—ltkv. Gcci. •■:■... O Dean—riiOF. Fhank I'AiisONs..UostO!i, MasH Editor— Hi■■■. \\*. 11. Kaupjiax, Ellison,Wash Master W'orkroan—o. 11. ■■•■•■; r.." ■ .......:,'....'..:..':.'...'..'. liaison.Wash Distrlbutcr—K. I'..Noi,.\v. J....Edison, Wash ; 'National;: Secretary's Report. For weekending Thursday, July 21. New active members oiled... 32 New honorary ihcnibers'enrolled 1 Present totaf membership....'.'. .3,."i8 : [Note— Honorary members are per sons in sympathy with our movement, who arc unrolled on th^t payment of 10 cents.': They have no vote and are not required to pa; dues, but do all they can for the cause. Active mem bers pay 10 6 nits monthly dues and are not charged any.enrollment'fee. ' They; are admitted ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 30 July 1898

> T|V Vfji T|» T|T ■•.|j> •(• «f* ■#* If* U." <»:■ '».» *■»?* 'f." TV* "■»■- •"»<" '»•" ff '•»•- %»^ "■ '»■ '•• 7, i" loffiiiy COLONY NOTES ! r ........ !"! jrli.W Hailaday President O. X, Pel ton 1 Bureau of % • Dennis McCoy; Secretary Alex. I'iurh ■ Correspond- i 1 ? Alex. Pugh;. ; Treasurer |W.C. B. Randolph ] ence. j • •' Sawmill Tu-.-d Equality colony is on a lively rustle for .i larger sawmill. Last Monday evening a meeting was held to devise , ways and means to procure a sawmill that would enable us to cut umber for our own use and also supply this valley with lumber and its products. The noble hearted socialists walked up to the mark and handsel over this: W. C. B. Randolph 8 10 00 A. Mitchell _•;<;[ L. Klamroth ■■" "" A. Hudson 200 00 Charles Hart 10 00 Pat Boyle 5 00 P. A. Peterson 10 00 J. H. Ault •' ' C.I?. Fisher MOO D.P. Boissevain ■' '"' John Hart !;' 00 Louis Okerlund „•?« ' A friend 300 00 J. W. Robinson - J.A.Becker 1,(- Joseph Bllllngsley 12a 00 .1 ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 6 August 1898

H 1 *% vHf^^^— _^V^B^^* . 4 5 ' ' j\ ' ITC^^l 3&^* * ' * f ' %_ t^*¥ ' y \^^ip^ i -Tu^Hflu ' ' '^ ' 'a ■Vol. I THOUGHTS, Your Uncle ■ MIGRANT railway fares in India ) are less than a farthing a mile. stern railroads in the U. S. charge ate a mile. The ten times the differ e in the cost of travelling pretty irly evidences the ten times the bene- Ihat can come from publicly-owned roads. it it it SB out of every six inhabitants of nee, it is claimed, have a bank mnt. In the United States one out rcry seven inhabitants is a recipient hiii'it.v to some extent, and records lose the fact that instead of some of a having a bank account, some cd bank or thieving bank official the bank account. it it it a! Another indictment against pri ownership, and one that won't be hed by that branch of Prohibition who can't see that drunkenness is eof a result than it is a cause. Beer king is increasing to an alarming nt at Beaver Falls, Pa. An exam ion into the affair discloses the*fact the increase...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 6 August 1898

INDUSTRIfII I FRBtDOM. L PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH! [Entered at the Postomce. Edison. Skasit C'ountv.Wasii., as second cla** mall matter. 1 Terms of Subscription: One Copy. One Year 11.00 •• six Months rMI " •■ Three Months -■"' To member* of Brotherhood, M»c per (rear. "Foreign—sent by members }1 per year. EDISON, SATURDAY, AUG. 8, l»i»8. The First Question.-As each one has a physical birthday, so each reformer liar- bis moral birthday. My own awakening was closely connected with the sentiment expressed by Hor ace Greeley's famous saying, "Go west, young man." A- the "west" then stood lor wilderness, the saying really meant. "Young man. if you want a good chance go beyond the limits of civilization." Wild.untamed nature is more kindly than human society. Here only a few succeed. and your children are likely to grow ■up in dwarfish want. If you wish to give your children the best chance go west. Go beyond the railroad, beyond the last schoo...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 6 August 1898

National Union Department HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL, HOARD OF TRUSTEES, president—Rev. Myuo.n W. Reed, Denver, Col Secretary—N. W. Lekmond...Edison, Wash Treasurer— Mi Helen M. Mason.. Edison. Wash Organizer— Key. ceo. Casdf.e Toledo, 0 Dean—Piior. Thank Parsons..Boston, Mass Editor— Key. W. H. X aifman. Edison, Wash Master Workman—C. 11. Swigart.. Edison. Wash Distributer—E. F. Noi,an Edison, Wash National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday, July 28, ■ New active members enrolled... (i New honorary members enrolled '0 Present total membership 3,393 [Note —Honorary members are per sons in sympathy with our movement, who are enrolled 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. Active mem bers pay 10 cents monthly dues and arc not charged any enrollment fee. They are admitted on signing the Brotherhood pledge.] NEW LOCAL unions ENROLLED. Equality No. 10 of "Washington. Klamatlion No. of Califor...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 6 August 1898

1 EQUfILITY COLONY MOTES '& II W Hailaday President IG. E, Pelton / Bureau of *i Dennis McCoy.. Secretary Alex. Pugh Correspond- ? *? Alex. Pufih. 1;. Treasurer .\. C. B. Randolph ) ence. *v ... ... .... .*. ..«!. »- -■«■. -■#■.. ■!*!. .«. .i. »fk <Ht wAv .'<■>. .*.> .*« *« -«- -4. -I. .1- •«- ..'- Sawaill rimtl. K^uiilitv colony is on a lively rustle for ;i larger sawmill. Last Monday evening a meeting was held to devise ways and means to procure a sawmill that would enable us to cut Lumber for our own use and also supply this valley with lumber and its products, The noble hearted socialists walked up to the mark ami handed over this: W. C. 15. Randolph 8 10 00 A. Mitchell ."> ™ L. Klamroth •'" °0 A. Hudson 200 00 Charles Hart 10 00 Pat Boyle •' 00 P. a. Peterson 35 00 i. H. Ault ■' 00 C. H. Fisher ■■'>;>; D.F. Bolssevaln ■' 00 John Hart ]•> w Louis Okerlund ' •'" 00 A friend ?00 » .1. W. Robinson - 00 .T. A. Becker I'l '!" Joseph Billlngsley l-1 00 J. E...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 13 August 1898

INDUSTRIAL FREEDOM Vol. I THOUGHTS, YourUnelc JAMES E ADS HOW, the millionaire grandson of .lames B. Eads, has given up his luxurious life in order to carry on missionary work among the slums. Did you ever think, friend James, that if there were no million aires, and especially millionaire grand sons, that, there'd be might; few slums to -nlssionlze? ■ft it it "I'h.NNSYI.VAN'IA may soon lead all the world." screams the Pittsburg l>is patfh. referring to the iron and steel productions of that state. Yes: even as »!ie now leads the world in massacres of unarmed workers, starvation wages tominers and rottenness in politics gen« atlly, a la the Quays, Wanamaken, el al. Did you ever notice that the twin of "business success" was the Increase of Injustice toward the workers, hy who»e defrauding the ••business suo- HM" became a possibility? ft ft ft An old ragged tramp, recently arrest id, was found to have nearly 1300,000 in notes and securities on his person. He was sent to the insane...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 13 August 1898

SNDUSTRIfII PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH [Entered at the Postofllce, skanit Coauir.Wanb.', .i- second class mat) matter. Terms of Subscription: One Copy, One Year 50 six Months • Foreign—sent by member- -*i i>er year. EDISON, SATURDAY, AUG. 13, 1898. fir The subscription price of l.v dustrial FREEDOM from this date will be 50 cents a year to everybody alike; -■"> cents for six month*. * * * We often hear men complain of be ing "out of work" as though it was a great evil. Yet these same men are beading every thought to amass suf licient property to be permanently "out of work." Let us step this cant about our dread of being "out of work," and say honestly that we fear "being out' if food" or."out>of clothes." If "work" is the thing looked for, several million people may apply at once at the office of Industrial Free dom. But if the men are looking for an opportunity to get food, clothes and shelter'for themselves and their babies with ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 13 August 1898

National Union Department HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL BOARD OP TRUSTEES. Prestdent-RBV. Mthon W. Reed, *". Denver, Col B cret'ary-WM. McDevitt. .Edison, Wash Treasurer-Miss Helen M. MASON.. Trea ' Edison. Wash nriiniier-UKV. Geo. Candee Toledo, O ™>an~l*i |l)K *'BANK Parsons.. Boston, Mass ■tnr-HKV. W. H. KAUFMAN. Edison, Wash L v . r Workman—C. H. Swigabt.. •*■ Edison. Wash }l»trii»uter-E. p. Nolan Edison, Wash National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday, Aug. 4. Ken- active members enrolled... 7 \>\v honorary members enrolled 0 p reS ent total membership .I.:u>s [NOTE Honorary members are per son- in sympathy with our movement, to are enrolled on the payment of 10cents. They have no vote and are not required to pay dues, but do all they can for the cause. Active mem m pay 10 cents monthly dues and ire not charged any enrollment fee. [•hey are admitted on signing the Brotherhood pledge.] RECEIPTS IN COLONIZATION JUNO. •reviously reported $16,011 SB tcser...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 13 August 1898

i.EQUftLITy COLONY NOTES f i — ZL. I ?H. W. Hailaday President G. E, Pelton ) Bureau of £$ -. Dennis Coy.. Secretary Alex. Puph - Correspond- a"; ; Alex, i'ugh..". Treasurer W. C. B. Kandolph ) ence. ;}: > ~J* 'if '♦" W iff TlT'tllf ".>.• '.♦> '••.* w? '♦.* W w -iJ.v '••■■*■ 1W '■*." 't." 11? 14."' it." '♦> '•<■■> "•».* Sawmill. Fund. Equality colony is on a lively rustle ; tor a larger sawmill, Last Monday evening a meeting was held to devise ways and means to procure a t.awmill that would enable us to cut lumber for our own use and also supply this valley with lumber and its products. The noble hearted socialists walked up to the mark and handed over this: W. C.B. Randolph 8 10 00 A.Mitchell 5 00 L. Klamroth "0 00 A.Hudson 200 00 Charles Hart 10 00 Pat Boyle ;> ('" P. A. Peterson 10 <k> I. 1!. Ault 3 00 C. ii. Fisher 0 (l( O.K. Boissevain « 00 John Hart I* ('0 Louis Okerlund SO 00 A friend 300 °0 J. W. Robinson ,2 00 .T.A.Becker ,10 00 Joseph Blllingsley...

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