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Frederick Krueger Collection, Boxes 24, 25, 29

Meeting held by farmers in Keanady neighborhood to prevent company from taking their water from Wilson Creek.
Local merchants able to make replacement parts for farm machinery.
Stock available for the Snoqualmie Wagon Road.
"We Take the Initiative." Standard supports division.
Sam Packwood owns a courthouse and proposes to move it to Kittitas Valley.
Ore getting better at Swauk Mine producing $270 per ton. Zeb Keller will complete bridges for Polpeck mine by next week. Other sources mentioned were: W.H. Elliot, G.B. Hinton, Jake Livingston, Elmser Lockwood, Uncle G.A. Hunton, Peter Witer, and…
J.J. Hart returned from Grand Lodge meeting at Portland. Rep. Lodge 32 A.O.U.W.
"On the Streets." A. Lawrence recovers.
Present population in the Kittitas Valley is 2,500 and increasing at 10% per year.
An article called "Aims and Desires of a Worthy Enterprise," says that the Snoqualmie Road will be open by October from Seattle through the Kittitas Valley to Walla Walla.
Last Sunday 3 fights between Indians caused by whiskey. Skookum House (jail) should be erected. If law does not do something, then a committee of safety should be organized.
In "West Side Jottings," a returning old timer notes improvements in the valley.
Lodge number 20 Ellensburg I.O.O.F. has 40 people. It installs the following: as officers, W.A. Stevens, N.G., J.N. Burch, V.G., and J.J. Saver, as Recording Secretary, L.C. Wyneger, as Permanent Secretary, J.H. Stevens, as Treasurer, N.P. Watson,…
Notes from Teanaway include that Miss Eva Kessle opens the first school and that Mr. and Mrs. W. McKinney have a son on July 8th.
People in favor of division now.
H.L. Tucker to Miss Jeanie Leach.
Spookum house needed for chronic drunks.
Lockup meetings. Place needed to confine drunks. $200 collected. Courthouse square available.
No items of interest.
Smith Brothers and Company are building a brick warehouse.