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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
M. S Converse Uf 8, deputy
marhaii was in town yesterday on
A. J. Mcintosh of Beaulieu ar
rived here Monday and has re
sumed his work with the Chester
Michael LaChapelle returned
from the twin cities last Friday
where has been to purchase his
fall stock of goods.
Miss Irene Dillon.,who has been
visiting friends here for two weeks
past, returned to her home at St.
Paul last Wednesday.
liichard J. Angus and Daniel
p. Hehdeson, the former a resi
dent of Fergus Fall and the latter
of Washington* returned to their
respective homes last Friday.
The annuity payment at this
agency will begin next Monday,
and the amount each man, woman
and child will receive will be live
Hollars and twenty five cents.
Mrs. Jidia Funk, matron of the
Pine Kidjrc government hoarding
school, is visiting* her mother*
Mrs. Jas. Warren* of this place.
She expeets to remain here but a
t) &$ T1S li -*l!W drst class
dentistry*fcullon Dr R. H-Phalon.
'IWth extracted without pain.
Crown and Bridge work a special
ty. Office over First State
Bank, Detroit, Minn.
Kcery evening during payment
a danoe will be held at the White
Faith Halh W beat of ftiusie
Will be furnished. The hall has
recently been thoroughly renovat
ed, making it comfortable and
D. S Morrison, who has been
here on a visit to his family, re
turned hist week to Millc Lac
from which place he is trying to
remove the Milie Lac Indians to
Among our weekly visitors*
came a newsy little paper from
the Flandreau Indian school. Its
dress, makeup and mechanical
work is excellent* The name of
the paper is The Weekly Review.
The mechanical work s done by
the pupils of the school.
The ladies of the St. Columbia's
Episcopal church will establish a
restaurant during payment* The
proceeds will go to the benefit of
the poor, and the enterprise will
be Conducted by Mrs. A. A. Lede
boer and Mrs. W. Mee.
FOUNDEarly last sp'ing, oho
dark bay mare colt about one year
old came to my premises. The
legs about the hoofs are all white,
the forehead to the nose is also
white. Thirty days from date the
advertisement of the colt will
October 7, 1908.
The following advertised letters
have been in the local Post Office
since Oct. 1st, and after thirty
days if not called for, will be sent
toiho Dead Letter Office. When
calling for letters pleased say ad
vertised: Edward J. Belsvick,
Mrs. Jane Beaulieu, E. Brtggs,
H. Haugland, T. S. Hooland, Os
car Hugglund, Miss Annie Hal
lette, Geo. Johnson, Miss Jennie
Jackson, Agapitc LaDue, Henry
Malles3 Jas. A. Morrison, Ch&s.
Prinzing, John Rock, Simon Ruff,
Emily Roberto, Chester Renes,
Rosie Rock, John Tuck, and Mrs.
James Van Wert,
Death of Willis Allen.
Willis Allen, formerly chief
clerk at this Agency during the
administration bf tt: Aileh as
United States Indian agent, died
recently in Illinois.
Mr. APen was a man of splendid
attainments, an unusually good
newspaper writer and an entfet^
taining companion* He was ap
pointed to the position of ghief
clerk of this Agency by Commis
sioner- Browning, but resigned
after only one year's service. Ho
returned to Illinois and became
conneted with one of the leading
newspapers of that state during
the McKinley-Bryan campaign,
and although a life long democrat
he espoused the cause of Repub
licanism that year.
After McKinley's election he
was appointed to a responsible
position in the office of the com
missioner of internal revenue at
Washington, position wheh he held
for over a year but which he re
signed oSving to ill health. Mr.
Allen was the son of ex-congress
man Allen aftewards judge of the
United States district court in
Illinois. AMENDED RULES FOR SELL-
ING INHERITED LANDS,
Washington, D. C.
Sept. ltt, 190?
To Indian Agents and other
Ottieers in charge f Agencies:
Voii are Informed that the amended
rules approved October 4, 1902, lor
conveyances of inherited Indian lands,
have been further amended, as fol
Bids will be received for Inherited
Indian lands up to 12 oclock noon of
the day upon which bids are adver
tised to be opened,at which hour they
will be opened. Paragraph 5 of sec
tion 1 of the Amended Rules is amend
ed in accordance herewith.
You are directed to cause to be in
serted in the advertisement published
by you concerning the sale of inherit
ed Indian lands notice to the effect
that the sealed envelopes containing
bids should not have noted thereon
descriptions of the lands to which the
bids relate, but there shall be noted
on such envelopes the dates upon
which the same are to be opened. You
will further notify all prospective bid
ders of the change in the Amended
tlules as indicated in this paragraph,
furnishing them with a copy of this
circular letter. Paragraph tt of sec
tion 1 of the Amended Kules Is amend
ed in accordance herewith.
Paragraph 8 of secton 1 is amended
to read as follows
Purchasers shall pay all costs of con
veyanclng, and, in addition thereto,
the following sum, to wit: If the price
is $1,000 or less,one dollar: if it is mow
than $1,000 and less than $2,000, one
dollar and fifty cents and where the
purchase price is more than $2,000,
two dollars to be used by the Com
missioner of Indian Affairs for giving
due public notice, as hereinafter pit*
vided, that the lands will be sold.
Paragraph 11 of sect ion I is hereby
amended by adding thereto the follow
A list of the lands ottered for sale
will be published in tire weekly edi
tion of the newspaper of widest circu
lation in the county in which such
lands are situated,suth list to be cor
rected on of each week, adding there
to such other lands as may have been
listed and removing therefrom such
lands as may have been sold during
the prior week.
W. A. JOKES,
Commissioner of Indian Affairs,
Approved Sept. 18, 1&03.
Payment and the Danes!!!
On October 19,20 IMI 21 tbi annul
Payment will be Mill nd renti
oer on the sane dates, dances will
be held it tbe White Earth Hall.
The Old Reliable
ROBERT P. FAIRBANKS,
Licensed Government trader
General Dealer in
Dry goods, Groceries and Provision,
ftnrfy iidi id Up-Miti Cttthitg Booh uA shoes. A large twortment of tin, Glass
and wooden-wire and Household Funifun
Cash paid for Hides,Fur, and
Indian fancy work a speciality
Licensed Qoverment trader
General Merchant. An extensive tine of DR GOODS, CLOTHING
BOOTS, and SW0CS 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 largest and best selectedJ pure,
fresh, crisp and wholesome
Line of GROCERIES and PROVISIONS. Tin, wooden and
glass-ware a splendid assortment.
COUNTRY PRODUCE, A SPECIAUY.
All kind of fresh fh and game k|K in sea&tti. In word If there Is any-
thing you or your family needs, in the line of BATABLE or woar*
lng apparel )u*tcall around and see. We are sura we can
pleas* you. Indian Beads Silk and Fancy
Needle work, SPECIALTY
LOUISA J. LYNCH. Prop.
firs. R. D, Ryerson Milliner.
Latest Styles, LADIES'riRNISHlNOS, MlLLlNARV and FANCY
MAIL OHOEKS fHOMFT^V ATTBKDfil) TO.
The beat is none too good for the successful and
profrressive farmer, Therefore if you should buy
registered Short Horn cattle and Poland China
You can buy this kind by applying to
D. S. HALL'S STOCK FAR
Buffalo Lake, Renville Oo,
DRUGGIS TS i WW an d]
URSOr S DI .HMI,-
Afull Line of Drugs, Chemicals
Prescription Work a Specialty.
A Choice Line of Perfumes and SundrjttJuitabte for Birthday and Wad-
ding Presents Just Received. Choice Imported and Domestic Cigar*.
J. K. CUMMLXGS, Pres JOHN H. SMITIi, V.Pres.
'W. J. BET^KSOiEN, 2d Prea. W^MOKRO W,
First National Bank.
Cimtl, $60,069 ooo oo
The only National Bank in Becker County. Has larger
Capital than all other banks in the county combined.
Business Accounts Invited. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Fire
Insurance Written in Old Reliable Companies. Money Al
-ways on hand for Mortgage Loans.
1872 B. L. Fairbanks
Licensed Government traders and General Merchants
dry Goods, Groceries, Provision, Boots and
Shoes, Flour, Grain and Feed.
We have, and, carry constantly, oil hand out of the largest aid nest sitotri
stock of General Merchandise to be found in the North-west, (tor geeds art
fresh In stock,true In name, pun in quality, and just weign) ant) price.
CASH PAID FOR HIDES, FURS, GRAIN, and COUNTR PRQUtt,
YOU PATR0KA6E RESPECTFULLY SOLlCITtO.
of Style and
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