Issue 8 and Volume 37.

WHAT WATERWORKS MEN ARE DOING Notes on Construction, Extension and Management Steps are being taken by which one of the best waterworks systems in the State for a town of the same size as HARRISON, IDAHO, will be installed, if the plan agreed upon by the water company and the city council is carried into effect. Under that agreement the company is to put in a new pump with six times the capacity of that now in use. Within three years the storage capacity of the system is to be increased to at least 250,000 gallons by the building of a large reservoir on the mountain above the town, and within five years the wire-wound wood pipe now in use is to be replaced by cast iron in the business part of town. Litigation and controversy between the water company and the town have prevented the system from being kept…

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