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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 24 September 1898

J aM-V^sJ^^ j aYSBBUSnfcsT^ aSj^9B^B%S^^^^^^BVBBBBBS^BBBBBBBBB^BSBB^BBBBBV —f 3 ' / i *^'| \'*"P \ M lr X _y 1 X^c^aS*"^a^^jß, yji JJ f l^ill^ TP^ TC^ TE2^ TTll^ .^^^ T^^BT i*>^ E^tf^ f llAm^^sPTi WT^ ■■** ■-** ■ * I I § 1 fl^lr ■ l.^^J^^^ bj Vol. I LAWS FOR THE PEOPLE. The Governments of the Australa sian colonies, and especially New Zealand, are gradually nationalizing what, in Canada or the United States would be considered individual or cor porate business utilities. Legislative measures in Australia proper are not quite so far advanced as In New Zea land, but all the Australian colonies will speedily follow the example of New Zealand. New South Wales last year closed its first (successful) financial year un der a policy of free trade and a direct land tax on unimproved .values. Usually, when Australian or New- Zealand legislation is referred to in the Canadian or American press, it is said to be socialistic, anarchistic, wild cat, experimental or trial legis lation, and 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. — 24 September 1898

INDUSTRIfII. I 1-RtbDOiVI. L PU3LI3HED WEEKLY BY T 2 BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH ißntered at the PostoSftce, Edison, Skagit County, Wash., as second class mall matter. | Terms of Subscription: One Copy, One Year nil Six Months 28 Foreign—sent by members— per year. EDISON, SATURDAY, SEPT. 24, "98 Col. Hick. In his report upon condi tions in Cuba, says: There is but one thing to be done, and that is to carry our own civilization Into Cuba and to Americanize it as speedily as possi ble. Oh! Those poor Cubans. After having been robbed by the Spaniards until their condition becoming unin durable, they rose In rebellion, and after being butchered and outraged In every conceivable way for a few more years, is that to be their fate? After all their privations and suffer ing to be turned oyer to the tender mercies of a lot of soulless money sharks, to be brought to the condition of the mine workers In Pennsylvania. the mill workers in Massachusetts and the great mass of work...

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 September 1898

*rZ*-t*J wWW-Xi^^ ?JT National Union Department HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Prestdent-RBV. MYRON W. Keed. 1 i ... '..'. Denver, Col Acting Secretary—Oliver P. Dabu, Edison, Wash. Treasurer— Helen M. Mason Edison. Wash . ' in [ Zer — Geo. Candke Toledo, O Dean—PßOr. Frank Parsons..Boston. Mass tor _REV. W. H. Kaufman, Edison, Wash Master Workman—C. H. Swig art.. T. ....Edison, Wash Distributer— Wm. Hummel Edison, Wash Send all Funds intended for Equal ity Colony to the COLONY SECRE TARY, addressed to BELFAST, WASH Send all other funds to National Secretary BCC, Edison, Wash. National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday, Sept. 15. New active members enrolled... 6 New honorary members enrolled 2 Present total membership 3,450 [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 cent...

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 September 1898

djKj xc<o»i.i>si.->csas. iftr D. Burgess President I G. E, Pelton ) Bureau of SJf j* <'.' W. Belknap Secretary W. C. B. Randolph [- Correspond- *Jt ▼W. B. Boyd Treasurer |D. Burgess ) ence. '$ S ..... -«a*AJ^J^A«gUIsAA The Machinery Fend. The friends and members of Equali ty colony have undertaken to supply the pioneers at the front with the ne cessary machinery to enable them to clear land, build houses and roads and to carry on factories for making most of the things we would use. A grand start has been already made. Over SI ,300 has been paid in. A large substantial sawmill capable of cut ting 20.000 feet of lumber in a day has been paid for and is now being set up. We have a shingle mill of about 26,000 to 30,000 capacity per day. We who are on the ground here and are therefore In a position to know the facts and conditions claim that •these two machines are the basis of a living for the whole colony. Just as soon as they can be put to work and their products dispose...

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

fn^^ffißS^ S^35M5 (SP? ...a.* JHasssfassteia* — *#^S=>l (Z=tt&Ftt*!F^ GyttZeßs^fgi^ iwßT^ ■fr' fc^ v*ai^^' »»s^^^ aaaaaaav^^»aßV bssssssbbb^^ zZJb^J "\UOJ>J^>O!LI)i ~3^se§£s*?^^))|L. !l«viEs% vtS^P'ir^ia^^^ TCs^ Tf^ss^ a^^^ssi Har^h^esT i"*sT^^ Lt3%o If IMHvafsfal"* mm ■■* ■■* I If I I^l Itt^M^ I Vol. I SflD HISTORY OF I THE GRABONIANS. There was once a nation of fairies (ho lived on a small island in the k>uth Seas. The name of the island Grabo, and the little people were ailed Grabonlans. It was not more ban a hundred yards in circumfer nce, but It was fertile and well ratered, with a clump of fruit trees rowing in the centre and casting a efreshing shade from their heavily aden branches. Many other Islands could be seen rom Grabo, all looking' very beautl al with their bending palm trees and ower-covered bushes and sandy lores. It seemed as if a fleet of tiny arks were floating on the rippling ■aterej and on any bright afternoon, hen the .'antiy-colored • song iri...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 1 October 1898

INDUS'TRI-flf. 1 FREEDOM. L PUDLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH [Entered at the l'ostofHce'.cEdtson. Skagit County. Wash,, .is second class mall matter. 1 Terms of Subscription: One Copy, One Year SO six Months ii Foreign—sent by members—tl per year. EDISON, SATURDAY, OCT. 1. TM There is one thing you want to be sure you .cave behind when you start for a socialist colony. That is selfish ness. * * ft If you will put l,age" after the woid bond every time you see it in a paper yon will begin to realize after awhile where the present plutocratic system i- going to land you in a few years. >J< >J< ' >J< The less selfishness the more social ism. 1: Is selfishness alone that pre vents the workers from uniting. If they were united plutocracy wouldn't last as long Hi a piece of ice in hades. fi ►i* A A socialist colony is a good place to educate the hog out of a man. he is not allowed to cat his fill and then lie down in the trougha la mono...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 1 October 1898

r^ajy r->-V->W#•'•''-.' ■-' i -.-' ■-■-- *:\lhst '•'•■• '"'s'■'(. ' ■* ■— ' v* , '■' -' ' ;,: «■--'«***«'"-^i- lS -.I-*'*---'.'-! >p-'**J~,M National Union Department HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. . NATIONAL BOARD of trustees. - president— Myron W. Reed, Sj'| ". "i". •■'•'•• '• ■' •• ■' ••"••'•*•••• • Denver, Col Secretary — Oliver "P. dark, Edison. Wash. '■ .infji Qja , Treasurer— Miss Helen M. Mason;. ->■•. ............Edison. Wash Organizer—Rev. Geo. CANIiEE Toledo, O Man--PBOF. Frank Parsons..Boston, Mass Editor—Rev. W. H. Kaufman. Edison, Wash Master Workman— H. Swig art.. 1............ -...;... Edison, Wash Distributer— Hummel Edison, Wash Send all Funds intended for Equal ity Colony to the COLONY SECRE TARY- addressed to BELFAST, WASH Send all other funds to National Secretary BCC, Edison, Wash. •" '■--. '. National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday. Sept. 22. New active members.enrolled... 6 New honorary members enrolled 2 Present total membership...-......

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 1 October 1898

EaUftLITV'COLONYNOTES I xft _ — w ™ it ■•*» D. Burgess President I G. E. Pelton ) Bureau of If? Xc, W. Belknap Secretary W. C. B. Randolph [-Correspond- 4*l *T W. B. Boyd Treasurer | I). Burgess ) ence. 'J' 4Jp * The Machinery Fund. The friends and members of Equali ty colony have undertaken to supply the pioneers at the front with the ne cessary machinery to enable them to clear land, build houses and roads and to carry on factories for making most of the things we would use. A grand start has been already made. Over 11,800 has been paid in. A large substantial sawmill capable of cut ting 20,000 feet of lumber in a day has been paid for and is now being set up. We have a shingle mill of about 23,000 to 30,000 capacity per day. We who are on the ground here and are therefore in a position to know the facts and conditions claim that these two machines are the basis of a living for the whole colony. Just as soon as they can be put to work and their products disposed of, we then can ap...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 8 October 1898

A |4\fcftiwC'^^*"*^^'i^^^^^^^^^BSES ßß ft BB^'y ' B^BBBBBWaMaV a^Bßai Bb^BbT^ .y^^aHw^^^^^WaH Lb^Bßbv *^H Haal^asßßau, J-jfJ jj BTai / fc^Jl A~T S^/l .vj -. _^=^bmi*b* *jfr"~'|* vj»''^3 AvisV fiw3RSiv m J** **00kW^Jr^^&&m5m. --^p-^r^r tomniwr^air wsaaw aw /^n fer r~N BrSftn W ■ MniiU f! a •a^BwaW^^^ W^""»"^"^"^"w^^Bw -^ar .« .**--, ,»- . aWtaata* -<i 1 BBasaWa*vaS—A. * JMw HbwA awSV-—^' —~3a^BwaWßwpawawa».. laOTaaW •a^y a^ *^SV- - » II J | l^^^^'"aa-^TO *¥-?" T< T^ aaf"\ T^aT t^Ts^S 1 iUsJaL^JaatSLj Lw**K 1^ r^ | | | l^r ■ I Jg^w*, Xg^l $ Ki^naGeasX JrVJaw^i-r'l-l Vsl 1 X«safesaß **^^' ft^nwaw awawawsaawaa7 aafiawßßOaaf OawaKHsaaw^ sawaVaW tawawßßl ' Vol. I Political Sermon From a Scriptural Text. suhject: firmness OF purpose. Text: Hut as for Die and my house, we will serve the Lord—Joshua xxiv: 15. I I Joshua was about to die. His was a varied history. Sixty-four years be fore he had left Egypt under the leadership of Moses. With his own eyes had he witnessed the mir...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 8 October 1898

INDUSTRIfIj I eRfcbDOIYI. L PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH [Entered at the - istofll :e. Edison Sk.ielt County, Wa-ri.. as second class mail matter. | Terms ol Subscription: One Copy, One Year 80 Six Months •-•"> Foreign—sent by members— II iter year. EDISON, SATURDAY, OCT. 8, '!»« The people iii the vicinity of Mt. Vesuvius evidently place more reli ance upon the teachings of history than the citizens of this country, The fateof Pompeii and Herculaneum has taught them he folly of awaiting the onslaught of a natural and irresisti ble force. When they see It approach ing they very wisely seek safety. There is n > law of nature more fixed and unchangeable than that disinte gration follows decomposition, in plainer words, when a thing becomes rotten It falls to pieces: and it is just as true of governments as of material things, and It is a- plainly taught in history, as that the lava from Mt. Vesuvius destroys everything in its path. If ther...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 8 October 1898

sfs National Union Department HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. national board of trustees. president—aav. arrtsoa W. Baas, Denver. Col Secretary -- Oliver 9. Dana, Edison, Wash. treasurer—miss Helen M. Mason.. . Edison. Wash jrgantser—Barv. Geo. canukb Toledo, 0 pean—Paor. Frank parsons..Hostnn. Mass Editor— Rev. W. H. Kaufman, Edison, Wash ggater Workman—C. 11. Swioakt . ' Edison. Wash Distributor— Wat, Hummel Edison. Wash Send all Funds intended for Equal ly Colony to the COLONY SECRE TARY, addressed to BELFAST. WASH- Send all other funds to Rational Secretary BCC, Edison, Wash. National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday. Sept. 29. Sew active members enrolled... .'!1 New honorary members enrolled 0 Present total membership. 3,486 [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 are...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 8 October 1898

n3j^ § Jjjjfc _—— *$ km D Burgess President I G. E. Pelton 1 Bureau of 0 3* C, W. Belknap Secretary W. C. B. Randolph - Correspond- ate JF W. B. Boyd Treasurer ID. Burgess ) ence. Jt The Machinery Fund. The friends and members of Equali ty colony have undertaken to supply the pioneers at the front with the ne cessary machinery to enable them to clear land, build houses and roads and to carry on factories for making most of the things yve would use. A grand start has been already made. Over $1,300 has been paid in. A large substantial sawmill capable of cut ting 20,000 feet of lumber in a day has been paid for and is now being set up. We have a shingle mill of about 26,000 to 80,000 capacity per day. We who are on the ground here and are therefore in a position to know the facts and conditions claim that these two machines are the basis of a living for the whole colony. Just as soon as they can be put to work and their products disposed of, we then can apply, in a great measure, the ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 15 October 1898

iCT'^^^^4?'TCS^',,^^fc "W""^ IF Tl .^^^k T^^BT f*^^ i a (pjf^«^ « H W^ I II ■ i^B y^^Jfc^2aS 1 Vol. I Socialism From a Metaptiuslcal Point ol View ALTRUISM '■ AS A FACTOR IN EVOLUTION. BY W. C. B. RANDOLPH. (Continued.) But as Intelligence grows In man and his inventive faculty enables him to construct machines, systems of business, etc., that require large num bers of people to operate, then every one's business becomes inextricably interwoven into the business of all others and the looking out for one's own interest becomes an impossibili ty without either helping to look out for your fellow man's Interest or for betraying him. Conditions are gradually pushing j us on to realize that our interests are blended and not separate. The one grand fact in nature is that all be ings both great and small are the pro duct of one "antecedent cause, and dif ferences of appearance only indicate the different stages of progress each has attained in the journey back to divinity; that the act of ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 15 October 1898

INDUSTRIfIf PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH iEnteroii.it the 'ostottlce, :Edlson, Skagit I County.Wa»&.', as second ' lass mail matter.] Terms ol Subscription: One Copy, One Year M , StxMonths 23 j Foreign-sent by members $1 per year. EDISON, SATURDAY, OCT. 15, "US When the rich rule, the poor must groan In poverty. ft ft ft A bulging pocket book is the bul wark of liberty today. 1 ft ft ft We hear men prate of honor, they sing of patriotism and wave banners and then plunder the government. >j4 ft *a? Rev. . andee of Cleveland, Ohio ten dered his resignation as National Or ganizer of the B C C, and it was accept ed at the board meeting, Oct. 12, 1898. ft ft ft Dispatches say that W. 11. Harvey i- to take charge of the task, under taken "-.- a fusion of reformers, to de feat corrupt ring rule. :il ft ft Industrial freedom will come by co operation, but political rights must be secured by means of the Initiative, Referendum and Imperative 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. — 15 October 1898

0& Rational Union Department IEADQUAKTEKS, EDISON, WASH. NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. >n- dent— Rev. Myron W. Reed, „;.'. .T Denver, Col Secretary — Oliver p. Darr, Edison. 'Wash. ■ .-. . "reasurer— Miss Helen M. Mason.. Edison. Wash „..-,,; l'u-.K. Frank Parsons..Boston. Mass Ultor— D. Ill'it..ess Edison, Wash Ititer Workman— C. 11. Swioart.. , Edison, Wash Kstriiiuler—WM. Hummel,.... Edison. Wash ' Send all Funds intended for Equal ly Colony to the COLONY SECRE 'ARY- addressed to BELFAST, PASK. Send all other funds to fational Secretary BCC, Edison, Fash. National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday, Oct. 0. few active members enrolled... 23 sew honora»c members enrolled 1 : •resent total'membership .'1.."> i< ' Honorary- members are per oils in sympathy with our movement. rho are enrolled on the payment of Scents. They have no vote and are ' lot required to pay dues, but do all hey can for the cause. Active mem lers pay 10 cents monthly dues and ire not charg...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 15 October 1898

I* MOfIUTY GOWMY NOTES 1 BD, Burgess President I G. K. Pelton 1 Bureau of SJF .»*«■ C.' W. Belknap Secretary W. C. B. Randolph ["Correspond- 4JI Tff, B. Boyd Treasurer jD. Burgess ) ence. [J; jjUjt .33? The Machinery Fund. Cash received for sawmill $1040 75 For donkey engine— /*] Previously acknowledged * 203 26 i Ekelund "0 v J W McCorkle 1 00 B A Johnson J 00 A J Day l 00 Ed Irving ••'0 Thos Good 1 00 I, Yockey !-■' «*> A X Bruudage 1 00 J E Turner, monthly 0 IK) C Hart 5 00 WHWirling W J Summers 10 00 Friend ■"' w A L Rogers J '."-» J Billingsley 1 «0 J Elliott 1 M f Boyle » •>" EC Davison • • 1 ',v 1) II Barry - <••> N I) Fox I M G French 50 1* Truebloou '•' OF I'rimm 1 00 B Peterson - 00 Mrs 1) Burgess 60 00 CB Fisher 1 M A L Young - 00 E F Burnett - 00 M Burglealger •'" F M Williams 1 00 John Fox 1 00 A Folsoui . -•' « m Bogan •> 00 W II Eastman o all li Navone - •'" 8464 05 Oliver P. Darr 1"" "' Total *:,(i* 06 —Miss Kate Ilalladay rules with a gentle hand, but...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 22 October 1898

/ ■ "™"l ll aaHl^K MWWWmmmmW*" ■aa^aa^aa^B^^^^^^^'S^aa^aa, (Ma^aSkai-^ •*P^fiS''»SaHSarWS S*" f*i jja-aaa—-4f lf "^ *Cl ak J \ llSa^^'P^B TC^ TCU^ TP^^ d^^^k. "HWatdaLT \"*^^^ £t^3 i iMrjN^gi r^ hr* l^ I #■ l f^i '^kj^l ifVj^H^g^g^n) J . JL JL^ JLmfMmmW JL M ®©!li^l Vol. I IS GOVERNMENT fl FAILURE? That depends. The original idea of government was to ensure equal and exact justice. That presupposed that there existed two classes of people: Those strong, enough to op press, and those too weak to resist oppression. Government stepped in as a mediator between these two classes, to enable the weaker to cope with the stronger. Had all men been honest and just, or had each man been able to light his own battles and secure his -own rights, then there would have existed no need of gov ernment. To secure justice was the end of government, to prevent the strong from oppressing the weak was its mission, and the means through which justice would be reached. Now, if government has done this it h...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 22 October 1898

INDUSTRIfII I 1-Rfct.DOlVl. L PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH lEntered at the rostomce.cEdlson. Skagit County, Wash., as second class mall matter.) Terms of Subscription: One Copy, One Year 50 "' Six Months » Foreign sent by members— l\ nor year. EDISON, SATURDAY, OCT. 82, '88 What is slavery? ►Ta -J* Do you believe in slavery? Fools day election day. * • The machine is worsting, the man is looking for work. * A rich idler is a greater curse to the world than a tramp. * Under competition, failure is a crime: success is right! * By means of competition the ex ploiters have enslaved the world. * The "Editor ad interim" has ceased to be editor, but still ad interim, at the case, • Destitution and misery is strong evidence that some one has lived in idleness, * Christ says love your neighbor as yourself, but business says take care of yourself. R. IT. Young of Equality has paid the first money for copies of our illus trated edition. * If the principl...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 22 October 1898

aW*v n ->r> : '. National Union Department HEADQUARTERS, EDISON, WASH. national hoard OF TRUSTEES. president—Rev. Myron W. Reed, r",,.".;..'.."...*••....'.."".......... ..Denver, Col Secretary — Oliver P. -Darr, Edison, Wash. f i Treasurer— Miss Helen M. Mason .. j ............Edison. Wash Dean— Fhank Parsons..Boston, Mass Editor— D. Burgess Edison, Wash Master Workman—C. H. Swiqart.. •-.-. Edison. Wash Distributer— Wm. Hummel Edison, Wash Send all Funds intended for Equal ity Colony to the COLONY SECRE TARY, addressed to BELFAST, WASH. Send all other funds to National Secretary BCC, Edison, Wash. National Secretary's Report. For week ending Thursday, Oct. 13. New active members enrolled... 5 New honorary members enrolled 0 Present total membership 3,502 [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 cen...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 22 October 1898

i*^duflLrTy TOLWY NOTES 1 ife .<■■■■■»,«»«■»•*■ ljst ■ D Burgess President I G. K. Pelton ) Bureau of 0 3Ec.\W. Belknap Secretary W. CB. Randolph \ Correspond- ajf *** W. B. Boyd Treasurer |D. Burgess ) ence. _"£ The Machinery Fund. Cash received for sawmill $1040 75 For donkey engine— Previously acknowledged $ 564 05 A friend •' 00 \V C Dunbar J °0 \V ii Skelton I w Ed Hall » I R Marston 1 00 Lee Sandstrom ■>" W McCorkle ;> 00 l apt. McCorkle ) 00 Allen Stevens - ■'" S s Fletcher J °(> PKHegg * 00 Arthur Svkes °jj M Plumb ; »° C M Mortensen J 00 WE Davison J «>» "M Davison ' °° Total :. *"' * 15 —The carpenters are out of work —nit. Who can be busier than onr shoe makers? —Bro. Louis Okerlund is making some window sash. —Our blacksmith is doing work for people outside and thus increases our exchequer. —When the stalls in the new barn are finished we will make a laundry out of the old stable. —We need carpenters who are good socialists. We are going to start in to bui...

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