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News Standard, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1894, Uniontown, Pennsylvania 3hVY WORKMEN OF THi COKE RE GION A Will Be For Cash Wages ami Levol Full Secret Meetings Aie in tHc eoe region to Hum yesterday were paid and la now satisfactory to the workmen anu Anchor will lie closed lire 100 YS CHEAT on Its M cash river IV given the tion a A 01 the men at Oliver heM March resolutions were to demand semimonthly pays and lo tins wan on t paid lor eleven and there is no company at the works goods are furnished by an concern on orders issued by the On Sunday 4th a meeting was held at the of the mountain about a mile from Hopwood and 1000 miners and coke drawers from the works in the neighborhood of Uniontown were pres Speeches were made by well known labor Nearly all present attached their names to the constitution of the new organization and pledged themselves to One speaker said the object of organization at this time was to secure die for the coke md tile first camp ii Maryland on the evening of April that point rallies are to be held at Cum Frederick and oilier being sched uled for May when a meeting is to oe held at noon on the steps of the There is to be people in ranks by the time the army reaches Washington The army will camp here on April 9 when a bij lime is It will camp at Brownsville on April at Laurel Summit on April 10 and at on April The army will more than likely me cohorts in this a uniform i the abolition of the truck system that is a cheap and has has been in force for nearly a ideas about what a the on the to He has and cuil aidi in the coun y is lo leave to DELEGATE SYSTEM COMPARED WITH THE CRAW FORD COUNTY PLAN Of Nominations A of thu Late ional Tells Why Ho Favored One of tht voted u it in flu V a Low Rate via Pennsylvania The two remaining excursions to the wiil Im run on March JJi from i eres the Of the Bow The Savis watch 11 from thieves and Le pulled off is ft j the lmv New York Weekly Tribune the Republican not tlu should the nom The popular vote system no in a of several counties and would be sive and Suppose a candi date would announce from each or ihe counties composing this district under the popular vote one candidate could receive and tho 50GO and The candidato re tbe votes would secure the perhaps against the wishes j of a large majority of the of the The announcement fee ud under the vote system could enter the race he would to la addition i have to LL uu Do you contemplate a Mouse you thinking of J ou Can only Boss iiii n louk md only about for dealers r 1 T i keystone Watch Case P Our Mail Order Send Eor NEWS STANDARD One Dollar and Fifty lress all to OF ALL OP d ny a in thu j The ami the that then is n which under the mint H to In of 2ViM tho county in Now and Dressy in An en All lumber and material will be voted for by the fur county and iri tlic Walton and this yatem i J J Or Dress Surplus For Bors TRAliS the j Ire ft to put ina in their by THIEVES IN Furnace Brick and Special Shapes Made to COKE OVEN BRICK A SPECIALTY Works and at eb 16bo DID YOU Gloomy Outlook and Retorted 7hoy Steal Meat and tress Among I and March is I There seems In lie considerable of a dii nt huve i Oil lasl been or iiil tlu hoire nf touns to in torc kirk and robbed lier of 10 pieces s some tail of nearly nil she On the tif luit is only to the stable of and it the mines tio not np soon to ami tuo sheep relieve will them time have to be called The men ns a j in hU ull of it c era tiling havi i tiie Inn i lint times of months work out j 1t I r ll n credit them by Iae mvr six At Jn wo ran you a variety for your ii than yon can find and a to us will brills vc l a full received subject j to on bought and sold at current y TO THINK That some of the hard and dirt in the kitchen can be dis with by using the right kind of The kitchen range is the most important of If yours dont try the The Cleanliness eir economy money Thei DHAN PI ANDsT V See you buy The Edna Piano Organ 7 s i coke it fin he to points in tho f2 a Ion of noxious Tho Oliver Company The Oliver nike paid their employes and Ihe is for strike is The as cure of difficult and dangerous in tho ed that they would not work longer Kld at Cure For the Liver Tiin only cmr for the Curoi Try Sold ii receive special j and rH Bonds bough sold at current MAKES THE COMPLEXION PURE AND 8ol i by dm Tis fell he CURED oom fit 001 or from For further send for call at our or sec our representative at the McClelland Tuesday to day evening each sod 6m w
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