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Frank D. Beaulieu.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
DAN'L B. HENDERSON
Attorney at Law
915 Evans Bld.,
Washing-ton, D. C.
apers drawn for conveying reservation lands
WHITE EARTH. MINNESOTA
Fir Siding and Shingles
Direct from the Mills
1711 Lombard Ave, EVERETT, WASH-
Haying purchased, the
Pool Hall and Confection
ery stand formerly oper
ated by J. J. Selkirk, we
will be pleased to meet
our old friends and make
new ones. A full line
CIGARS & TOBACCO
Give us a call.
FAIRBANKS & MONROE.
White Earth, Minn.
White Earth, Minn.
Chester C. Beaulieu
ATTORN EY AT LAW
WHITE EARTH or 3333 Oakland Ave. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Solicitor in Chancery
Interior Department Piactice.
Indian Law a Speciality.
Address West DePeie, Wis.
Foi which the sum of $.1 00 has been
TO THE VOTERS OF BECKER
Having filed on the non-partisan
ticket as a candidate for re-election
as a member of the Legislature
from Becker county, I shall ap
preciate your support at the com
mg general election.
Henry O. Bjorge.
Lake Park, Minn., June 2
C. A. Wage
C. A. WAGE, White Kaith
BY GOING TO
Fairbanks & Heisler's
Carbonated Drinks, Bakery
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News of White Earth
know not what the truth may be,
I tell It as 'twas told to me."
Pay your subscription now.
Walter Williams was a Detroit
caller last Saturday.
Clarence R. Beaulieu was a De
troit visitor last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Powers are visit
ing relatives at Backus, Minn.
Mrs. E. C. Lsrche returned last
week from a visit with relatives in
Mrs. A. A. Ledeboer, of Minne
apolis, is here visiting friends and
R. G. Beaulieu was among the
visitors at Detroit the latter part
of last week.
A large number of White Earth
residents atteuded the Chautauqua
at Mahnomen last week.
C. F. Fitzgerald and wife, of
Chicago, are visiting relatives
Sheriff Urness. of Mahnomen,
was seen on our streets last Satur
Louis McLean, of Warm Springs,
Oregon, is here visiting his sister,
Mrs. B. S. Fairbanks.
E. Budrow, of Ked Lake, is
visiting his mother, Mrs. Roger
Cardunel, of this village.
The B. L. Fairbanks Co. is in
stalling a gasolene station at their
store building here.
A great many people of White
Earth and vicinity are spending
the hot weather at White Earth
Mrs. R. P. Fairbanks visited
with her daughter, Mrt. George
Fairbanks, at Detroit several days
during the past week.
The base ball game at Ada last
Sunday between the White Earth
and Ada teams resulted in the
defeat of the former. Score 5 to 1.
WANTEDNames and addres
ses of people suffering from
ECZEMA and other skiu diseases.
For valuable information address
H. M. SHEETS, Brainerd, Minn.
John Lufkins and Frank Oarr
of Minneapolis, employed by the
Department of Justice, are in the
village on business connected
with the Department.
A social was given at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Fairbanks
List Friday evening. A large
number of young people attended
and spent a very pleasant even
Lee Login returned last Tburs
day evening from a three weeks
visit with his sister in Chicago
and with his parents at Hartford,.
FOR SALE-My place at Oge
ma, consisting of 4 lots and houf-e,
water in the house. Good location
and cheap for cash. Anyone inter
ested address Ed. Kelley, Geneseo,
N. D., Route 1, Box 5L
A. J. Grover, the piano man of
Detroit, has sold one of the latest
model Widdifield Player Pianos to
R. G. Beaulieu, which was placed
at the motion picture show last
Saturday where patrons of the
show can now hear all the latest
and most popular music.
EGGS for hatching, from our
high class Single Comb White
Leghorns. Our hens are large and
vigorous and persistent layers- 75
cents for fifteen, $4.00 per hundred.
Order now. We also sell the Old
Trusty incubators and brooders
at manufacturers price. A. J.
Saterstrom, Lengby, Minn.
Now is the time
to pay that
Geo. A. Berry was a business
visitor at Onigum the first of the
Chester C. Beaulieu, of Minne
apolis, arrived Monday evening
for a short visit hera.
"TH AT TURNS AWAY WRAT H"
Soft Answer of "Poor Lon Body"
Nevertheless Had Something o*
a Sting to It.
Ellen stopped scrubbing the ver
anda steps long enough to cast an ad
aairing eye on her employer's garden,
says the Youth's Companion. "Sura
they are fine posies, ye have, doctor,"
he said. "I've a neat little house 1
bought with the money I'd put by, and
an elegant garden It had last year,
too, but now there's neither stick nor
stalk In ft."
"What was It, hens or dogs?" asked
the doctor, sympathetically, mention
ing his own aversions.
"Sure me neighborbad luck to
her!had a ditch dwg in her land,
and the water ran down into me gar
den, and washed all me seeds away."
"And what did you do about it?"
"What could a poor lone body Ilka
"Well, didn't you at least say some
thing to the woman, complain or tell
her that you wouldn't stand it?"
"Now, doctor, dear, hard words just
leads to bad feelings among neigh
bors, and that ye know as well as I
do, and it's not me that \ould be
using them. So I only said to her,
'I hope I'll live to see the floods flow
ing over your grave as your ditch
waters have flowed over me garden,"
and I let it go at that"
There is more Catarrh in this section o
the countiy than all other diseases put
together, and until the last few years
was supposed to be incurable For a
great many years doctors pionounced it a
local disease and presciibed local reme
dies, and by constantly failing to cuie
with local tieatment, pionounced it incur
able Science has pi oven Catarrh to be a
constitutional disease, and therefore re
nuires constitutional tieatment Halls
^atairh Ctne. manufaottiied by
Cheney & Co Toledo, Ohio, is the only
Constitutional cuie on the maiket It is
taken internally It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the sjstem
They offer one bundled dollars for any
case it fails to cuie Send for circulais
Adthess CHCNCT & CO Toledo, O
Sold by Di HgRlstn 75c
Take Halls Family Pills for conetipstion
Advertise in The Tomahawk
it brings results.
EGGS FOR SALE.
Single Comb Rhode Island Reds
for hatching, 73 cents per 15, $4 00
per hundred. Also day old chicks.
Max Blacknik, Waubun, Minn.
A. J. Bisson
GIVE ME A CALL.
P. C. MARTIN, Prop.
Good Rigs and careful Drivers
UQNCEupona time Oppor-
Unity failed to knock at a wise
man's door. He advertised
and Opportunity came and
stayed. Advertise in THE TOMAHAWK and
get good results.
Advertise in THE TOMAHAWK
it brings results.
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We Carry a Full Line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, Dry Goods
Boots and Shoes
Our Aim is to Please.
Bus Line and Livery
Bus to and From all Trains
Livery Service to Ogema and all points on
Charges Reasonable. Phone 30
MERIT BARBER SHOP
NEW AND ARTISTIC EQUIP-
A Pleasant Shave
A Nice Hair Cut
7%eAVlME.U feeds you
How does he do if Visit
and find owl The Besf in
the Norihwesf on exhibit
ADMISSION FSFTY CENTS
J. P.TURPIH, Prop.
Hotel Hiawatha, White Earth.
WHEN IN MINNEAPOLIS
FINEST BURLESQUE THEATRE
IN THE ENTIRE NORTHWEST
Two Shows Daily
Mat.nee 2 30 Evening 8:15
Prices 10, 20, 30, 50 and 75 cents.
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