Taken from the Iron Trade Journal of Aug. 6, 1908.

Typos and grammatical errors have been left as they were found.

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Meeting to Be Held Tuesday Evening, August 18, to Arrange for Big Fair the Coming Fall. All are Uurged to Attend Meeting.

Every business man who would see his business increase, every property owner who would see his holdings advance in value and every resident who has the proper civic pride, should be more than willing to do anything possible to advance this air. If nothing more a selfish interest should spur all on to the work. A successful fair each year will promote the agricultural interests and this in turn will be a direct benefit to every resident of the city.

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The Gun Club picnic held at Stewart river Sunday was a grand success in every way. More than 200 club members and their friends gathered early in the day and not only enjoyed the shoot, but the good things that were provided in such abundance for the inner man.

Ten to fifteen representatives of the Duluth club came up and took part in the festivities. Some of the Duluth men came up on the morning train and others came in automobiles.

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That we are practically assured of a $15,000 public library is news that will be received with gladness by our citizens. Dr. J. D. Budd, of the library board, informs The Journal that sufficient funds for securing the site has been collected or promised. The only thing that is now delaying matters is the arrangement of details with Mr. Carnegie.

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E. M. Owens is having the sewer put into his residence on Ninth avenue.

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The home of George Anderson, 410 (710 today) Fifth avenue, is under quarantine, Mrs. Anderson being ill with diphtheria.

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Lord & Chambers are building their saw mill on the west branch of the Knife river, where they have a large amount of timber to saw. They expect to have the mill completed in about two months when it will be put into operation.

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District No. 4 will build a new school house near Knife River in section 1-56-11. The schoolhouse at Knife River will be raised and another story added. C. Reynolds, clerk, is receiving bids for the improvements.

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Engineer wood, of the tug Edna G., has moved his family and household goods into one of the White houses on Second avenue.