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title: 'The Tomahawk. (White Earth, Becker County, Minn.) 1903-192?, June 15, 1903, Image 5',
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
C. H, Jieaalum and wife of Be
ne, are visiting relatives here.
P. M. Mark's medicine wagon
will be in White Earth during the
pelebration Avith a full line of
Mark's Celebrated Remedies.
Watch for the wagon and small
W. H. Egan and James Nowel
both of St. Paul, joined in the war
dance of the celebration today.
Lieut. Gov. Kay Jones, who
arrived here to-day, was one of
the orators of the day.
Deputy United State marshal,
M. S. Con\ erse, is here on official
Geo. Bush and wife, Phillip
-s Converse and Mrs. R. D. Ryerson
of Detroit, made up a party that
came here to bee tho Indians eat
The rain interfered with the
program for today, and if the
weather permits a more eleborate
program will be carried out to
Mr. Bromley, representing the
Minneapolis Journal, is among the
arrhals who are attending the
celebration here. Mus-in-ah-key-
'i see-gay-we-nin-nee (he who copies
I faces) as Mr. Bromley is known
simong the Chippcwas of Minneso
ta, has attended the anniversary
celebrations here before.
Rev. Charles Wright, son of the
late Chief White Cloud is here
from Leech Lake, attending the
grand council and celebration now
in progress here.
Mr. Charboneau and wife of St
Paul, arrived here yesterday to
I'* attend the celebration, and to visit
Major and Mrs. Michclet.
& Among the arrivals here yester
day were Neks Michelet and wife,
parents of the Agent, and the lat
ter's brother and sister, William
and Maren Michelet. They have
i come to visit they agent's family
and,incidently,to ike to in the ce
J. M. and R. L. Lambert, mem
bers of the well known family of
Lamberts of Royalton, this state,
arrhed here last Satin day to A isit
their brothers, Ike and Mark, who
are residents of this resenation.
Frank Kling of St. Cloud, who
enroute to Red Lake, is attend
ing the celebration today and
shaking hands with his Red Lake
leader ot the Sugar Point fight
with Gen. Bacon's forces, arm ed
hero Saturday. Gay-bay-no-din,
also one of the Sugar Point fight
ers, is here with Gay-she-gwon
Headchief of Red Lake, Gay
fc bay-no-din, Na.\-ay-tow ub, ual.
b, che-gah-bow-ence, and John
^Morrison are at the head of the
Red Lake contingent that is here
helping to celecrate.
H. L. Simons a prominent bank
er of Glencocs Minn, and wife
are the guests of A. A. Ledebor.
R. J. Angus of Fergus Falls,
who has business connections on
this reservation, is here today com
bining pleasure with business.
Lieut. Pond of the regular army
lio is stationed at Ft. Thomas,
Ky. is viewing the celebration.
He will undoubtedly be interested
in the manuevers ofthe Indian
sham battle this afternoon.
DENTISTRYFor .first class
dentistry, call on Dr. R. H. Phalon.
Teeth extracted without pain.
Crown and Bridge work a special
ly. Office o-ver First National
Bank, Detroit, Minn.
& Chief Wah-we-yea-comig and
Ain-dus*okeshig, are the Mille
Lac representatives at the cele
Subserve for the TOMAHAWK,
$1.50 per year.
The TOMAHAWK will be mailed
to any address in the United States,
Canada, Cuba and the Philipines.
Louis Brisbois Prop.
Thoroughly renovated, Nice,
clean rooms and good board.
The tables are always provided
with Fish, Game and Vegetabl
in their soason.
Good Barn in Connection..
Board by tho Da,\ or Week.
White Is- 1 inn.
ALL KINDS O ULACKSMITJI WO KK
1O\ ix FIR ST CLASS SHAPE.
HOKSE-SHOKIXG A SlVIALTY.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TOMAHAWK, 8 5
$1.50 PER YEAR
L. L. LYNCH
Licensed Goverment trader
General Merchant An extensi/e line of DR GOOfrS, CLOTHING
BOOTS, and SHOES and everything and anything that will keep the
body warm and comfortable and the mind contented and happy.
And don't forget too, that we carry in stock
one of the
fargest and best selected pure,
fresh, crisp and wholesome
Line of GROCERIES and PROVISIONS. Tin, wooden and
glass-ware a splendid assortment.
COUNTRY PRODUCE, A SPECIAL'/.
All kind of fresh fish and *v ?e' ept in season. In a word if there is anv-
thing you or your family needs, In the line of EATABLE or woar
ing appareJ justjcal' around and see. We ate sure we can
please you. Indian Beads Silk and Fancy
Needle work, a SPECIALTY
SAJ. LT O. Prep,
The Old Reliable
ROBERT P. FAIRBANKS,
Licensed Government trader
C^^S. ueneia i mm j&tf$#&H
E Dry goods, Groceries and Provision, 3
Ready made and Up-to-date Clothing Boots and shoes, 'large assortment ot tin, Glass
and wooden-ware and Household Funiture
Cash paid for Hides, Fur, and
Indian fancy work a specialty
firs. R. D. Ryerson
Latest Styles, LADIES' URMSiilNGS, MILLINAR and ANCY
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AT! ENDED TO.
The bost is none too good for the successful and
progi css farmer. Th*rcfoio if you should I un-
registered Short Horn cattle an I I\ land China
You luiy this kind by ain! n to
1 S. HALL'S STOCK \m\
CAPITAL, $50,000 ooo-
Iutfak Lake. Renville Co.
DRUGGISTS i ^andagEaft**- CHEHiSTS.
CARSON'S OLD :TAhO.
A full Line of Drugs, Chemic&u
Prescription Work a Specialty.
Choice Line of Perfumes and Sundries Suitable for Otrilrda) ii
ding Presents Just Received. Choice Imported and L\rocsiic **rs
K. CUMMINGS, Pre*, JOHN H. AiITH, Y. Pros.
W. J. BETTENGEX. 2d V.Pres. W.J.MORKOW.
First National Bank.
-OO 0 0
Theonh National Ifcnk in BuKu Count Has Jaigei
Capital than all otlici banks in the uumh combined
Business Accounts Tmitecl. Intel est Paul on Tune Deposits
Insurance Wnttcn in Old Reliable Conn,mirs Monoj VI
ways on hand ioi Moitgigc Loans.
1872 B. L. Fairbanks
& Son.,- 1903
Licensed Government traders and Genera! Merchants
Dry Goods, Groceries, Provision, Boots and
Shoes, Flour, Grain and Feed.
W have, and. carry constantly, on band we of the largest and bast 3.b5t._
stock of General Merchandise to be found in the North-west. Ga goods are
fresh in stock, truein name, pore in quality, and just weight and price.
GASH PAID FOR HIDES, FURS, GRAIN, and COUNTRY PROUCE.
YOUR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOUGHED.
B. L. Fairban! &
of Style and
so universally demanded by 20th
Century buyers of Men's Trousers
are* to-day, found only in the
best garmentsthe product of
skilled labor and exclusive fabrics.
JLoo* for the "R & W" trade*
THE NEW MODEL
combining Song wearing features
with irreproachable correctness of
cut and fitcommend themselves
to all purchasers. Our line is now
complete bom as to price-range