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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - December 16, 1909, Akron, Iowa RAY A t PBR YEAR Published every Thursday and entered the postbTjlce at the above named place as mall 26 e name pce as se mall 09 EdQington Writes of The following extract ferbm lettec received a former citi will be read IntSresf by his numerous friendfe Dear I have got the pa pers I will surprise you by put ting In the rest of the evening writing to You jyould not know Spokane it much since you were Is at least a TiaM dozen bulidtrigs under construction now from five tb four teen It has been quite eold for a getting down to 11 above but wound up six inches of wet snow and some rain with V We spent a couple of weeks at Se attle nnd Mount The old mountain is The biggest tim ber I have ever seen stands The government has uuilt a wagon road from Tacoma to the seventy at a cost of over a The scenery is fine all the 1 would like spend about two months every fall in that big timliier and in the It ia getting to be a big summer I suppose you are getting busy with the holiday It seems funny for me not to a on But it Is like hang after you get used to we are keeping warm and have something to which I will prove to my Akron friends who will favor us The ad vance in property made me per month since we have lived in 7 We have had lots of trouble with the as they are the I Wont Work The so cialist papers give hard but there is not a word of truth in what they They are lot of thoroughbred brought here from all quarters of the United States for the express purpose oi vio lating our laws prohibiting public speaking and blocking bur business They have been guaranteed police protection in any building or vacant but that is not whatthey They are a bunch of anar most of They expect tto fill our jails so full we could handle but they have a harder proposition than they Besides the ool board an old ool and the au thorities have Madly turned over the guard house at Fort There they have about fifty of them They commenced singing their redflag song and were promptly gagged by the negro of whom a regiment are stationed at the fort They in over 200 in jailat pres serving thirty and but they are given their choice of breaking rock and getting three square meals a day or bread and All but a few have scorned work and are living oa bread and and at the old school house they refused to cut their own and nearly froze to death before they would cut The leaders are being arrested under the state law for About a dozen have been given six months in jail and are breaking One woman agitator was allowed a Jury trial yes terday and was given three Months iq the Jury being out twenty The as they style are getting and not many attempt o speak on the street any Not more than five per cent are The gov ernment is taking up the matter with the intention of deporting a lot of We can handle at least of and I guess that is about all that will present I guess you have enough of our so will with best regards to Uncle Dan and Searls and all Akron I remain as 1J29 Augusta r When you otder Floti PRE made from the best wheat grown in the Big Sioux River Valleys AKRON MILLING COMPANY For Quick Delivery Phone 47 WEIDENFELLER Following were resolutions passed by Lawrence of in honor of the late Jt has the Su preme Architect oftheUniverse to call our from among us tp fellowship fn the SupremeIjodge above anS qualities as a Baan and as a Mason We realize the sorrow of kindred well as pur own be reavement at his That we hereby express owr sorrow for our loss of kind and worthy died In the discharge ofhis And be it furthet that we will ever cherish shis fhe Tecollection his many as aman aijida and that we1 tender to bereaved family our sympathy in thistime of their resolution be spread upon the records the lodge a perpetual and that a copy thereof be presented tgthe wid ow of dur deceased brother Briggs John Pusey v The time to advertise is when you want The time to quit Is when you are ready to step aside and give the other fellow a Local Mention Frank Eddy December second number of Lyceum Auctioneer Aalfs cried a sale near Hinton the part of last Goodwins expert auto repair Harry arrived last week from James Kelly arrived Saturday from his claim near for brief viplt with relatives and friends nere and in Elk and Johnson went to Sioux City Saturday to attend the funeral of their who worked for son here several years County Superintendent Q Coun tryman came from LeMars Fri day to visit the local Nind remained to conduct the Akron dis trict teachers meeting Saturday af Port writes to have the Reg isterTribune discontinued to his ad dress at He has sold his there and will come to Akron soon to remain until hff finds another J There are Meats and Some are others are better but ours are the BEST That is the kind you makes red blood solid BRADLC BRflDUY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Special attention to trial and estate matters Office overFirst Natl IOWA DENTIST OfHcein Baker first door west of 1st National Teeth extracted pain lessly by thejise of local All deatal operations and carefully Office IBS Ififl BROWN Veterinary Surgeon RuptureiC Lump Treats all domestic an jnals by the latest approved DENTIST Office Residence HO OFFICE IN NEW LOCATION Front Rooms Over First Natl SEEM Nose and Throat 4th Jackson SIOUX IA JOHNSON Undertaker and Funeral Director Licensed Euibalmer in Iqwa dnd South Dakota 20 Years Experience Iowa REMEMBER THE XMAS BARGAINS In Tailormade Suits and Am also giving Reduced Prices on Xmas Cleaning and Press Call and see The TAILOR NOW whicl Fra Wn Erne Augi Petei John John t Henry Ole Nay Peter K Oscar Vit Ja Frnnk an Frank Hoi Peter Berr Farm The north section in miles from farm is rented per fair For i further formation phone tkr write Jacofc KLoenig fovivei STOCKMEN wish to call yonf special attention to LUMPJAW whietiwe have for sa remedy that GUARANTEED purehrte price is Jo not give up as lost alv afflicted stock you liave tried OGDEIN lOVJ Regular the LalWednes day Evening of Vlilting Sovereigns AlwoJ Welcome MEREDITH FRJKBONNEY psul Cure That Ring For 50c to help pay I will furnish informa I cured myself INST after paying for medical trea tors do not know it Write at once and mediate Add Minneso advertising to how of head more than The doc an 1m Box 154 An in our Wt profitable investment ICoIumn is a Try
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