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Citation for Hearing on Petition for
Administration. Nov. 10Dec. 1.
State of .Minnesota, County of Beck
er. In Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of Peter
The State of Minnesota To Margaret
Riewer, Bernard Riewer, Katherina
Neitzke, Nicholas Riewer. Mary
Eidenschink, Mathias Riewer, Henry
Riewer, Theodore Riewer, Edward
Riewer, John Riewer, George Riewer,
Frances Riewer, and all persons
interested in the granting of adequal
ministration of the estate of said
decedent: The petition of Margaret
Riewer, having been tiled in this
Court, representing that Peter
Riewer, then a resident of the
County of Becker, State pf
Minnesota, died intestate on
20th day of April 1921: and
praying-that letters of administra
tion of his estate be granted to
Margaret Riewer, and the Court hav
ing fixed the time and place for
hearing said petition:
THEREFORE, You, arid Each of
You, are hereby cited and required
to show cause, if any you have, before
this court at the Probate Court Rooms
in the Court House, in the city of
Detroit, irt the County of Becker,
State of Minnesota, on the 5th day of
December 1921, at ten o'clock A. M.,
why said petition should not be grant
WITNESS, The Judge of said
Court, and the Seal of said Court, this
2nd day of November, 1921.
E. O. HANSON,
[couKT SEAL] udge of Probate.
I*. F. SCHROEDER,
Attorney for Petitioner
Citation For Hearing On Petiton
Nov. 10Dec. 1,
State of Minnesota, County of
Becker. InlProbate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of B.
The State of Minnesota to Alice P.
Fairbanks, Sophia Fairbanks, B. S.
Fairbanks, Sherman Fairbanks,
Gustave.fi. Fairbanks, Alice Lego,
Anna Williams, Everett W. Fair
banks, Grace Ostrum, Flosie Fair
banks, and all persons interested in
the granting of administration of the
estate of said decedent: The petition
of B. S. Fairbanks having been filed
in this Court, representing that B.
L. Fairbanks, then a resident of the
County of Becker, State of Minnesota,
died intestate on the 28th day of
October, 1921: and praying that let
ters of administration on his estate
be granted to B. S. Fairbanks, and
the Court having fixed the time and
place for hearing said petition:
THEREB'ORE, You, and Each of
You, are hereby cited and required
to show cause, if any you have, before
this court at the Probate Court
Rooms in the Court House, in the
City of Detroit in the County of
Becker, State of Minnesota, on the
5th day of December 1921, at ten
o'clock A. Mr., why said .petition
should not be granted.
Witness, the Judge of said Court
and the seal of said Court, this 4th
day of November, 1921.
[COURT USAJJ] Judge of Probate.
JOHNSTON & CARMAN,
Attorneys for .Petitioner.
Citation^for Hearing on Final Ac
count and for Distribution.
Nov. 10Dec. 1.
State of Minnesota, County of
Becker. In Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of Min-
!K The State of Minnesota to Kah-ke-
gay-gwon-a-beak, and all persons
interested in the final account and
Bus and Ex
fa P. C. MARTIN, Prop.
Let me do your
oetween White Earth and Ogema.
i^ily prices are right, and satis
tf' fac^^^tnteed. "*j
NWIt arih, Minn.
Spirella corsets and brassier*
1 ideto order. Also littte children's
MRS, R, & *Uiif,
the estate said
t- above named decedent, having filed
in this Court his final account of
the administration of the estate of
said decedent together with his peti-
r? tion praying for the adjustment and
f& allowance of said final account and for
^^distribution of the residue of said
W" estate to the persons thereunto en
THEREFORE, You, and Each of
if, You, Are hereby cited and required
&V.to show cause, if any you have, before
this Court, at the Probate Court
fi Room in the Court House in the city
of Detroit, in the County of Becker,
State of Minnesota, on the 5th day
of December, 1921. at 10 o'clock A.
^-i^M., why said petition should not be
WITNESS, The Judge of said
Court and the seal thereof, this 5th
E. O. HANSON,
**fcouKTs*ai/| Probate udge.
P. F. SCHHOEDEB,
Attorney for Petitioner.
1 1 i-u- i^P -*v ^,'/.,T 7iT
Thanksgiving Day is
Proclaimed by President.
(Continued from 1st page.)
instrument of the providence which
has so wonderfully favored us.
Opportunity for very great ser
vice awaits us if we shall prove
to it. Let our prayer's be
raised for direction in the right
paths. Under God, our responsi
bility is great to our own first, to
all men afterwards to all mankind
God's own justice.
NOW, therefore, I. Warren G.
Harding, president of the United
States, hereby designate Thursday,
the twenty-fourth day of Novem
ber, to be observed by the people
as a day of thanksgiving, devotion
and prayer urging that at their
beartftsides and their altars they
will give thanks for ail that has
been rendered unto them, and will
pray for a continuance of the
divine fortune which has been
showered so generously upon this
In witness thereof, I have here
unto set my hand and caused to be
affixed the seal of the United States
Done at the capital of the United
States, this thirty-first da^ of
October, in the year of our Lord
nineteen hundred and twenty-one,
and of the independence of the
United States, the one hundred
WARREN G. HARDING.
By the president.
Charles E. Hughes,
Secretary of State.
COME BACK, INDIANS OF YESTERDAY.
(By Broken Wing Bird)
Oh, where is the Indian of
Isn't he ever coming back again?
He, who was't afraid to do
And went ahead and did it.
And wasn't afraid to speak the
And then spoke nothing but it
And) who, when he said he'd do
Was always sure to do it?
Did I hear you say that he wasbunting,
Ob, tell me that I didn't!
But tell me that he's just forgot
The ways his father taught him
Or, that he's only lost for a time,
To later find himself again,
And be himself, and keep him
And show there's something to
Forefathers Had No Luxuries.
People who complain because they
cannot get some of the little luxuries
they used to enjoy hefore the
might do well to remember that their
forefathers lived without sugar till the
fourteenth century, without coal till
the fourteenth, without butter on their
bread tilt the fifteenth, without to
bacco nnd potatoes till the sixteenth,
without ten, coffee and soap till the
seventeenth, without umbrellas and
lamps till the eighteenth, and without
trains, telegrams, telephones, gas and
machines till the nineteenth.
To the residents ip the.
vicinity of Naytahwaush
we announee that our
new store at Naytahwaush
in now open and ready for
business. We carry a full
Jine of frest and up-to
and everything- usually
found in a general store.
TSou are invited to call and
inspect our stock.
in B. Fairbanks'Ho.
That A rmistice Day was observed
in proper manner in the village of
White Earth goes without saying^
all those who took part in the
casion and the management, es-,
peciaily the ladies, have just
reasons to be elated over the
signal success which attended
every detail of the day's program.
Across the main village street
was stretched a connecting cord on
which were suspended the village
service banner, the American flag,
and the Liberty Bond prize banner
flags flew to the breeze at balf-
mast, while here and there the
Legion boys in kahki were numer
ously manifest, including rejre u^
sentatives of the Nayy^ ^eyeraf
of the buddies who took pari ofir
some of the most stubbornly con
tested battle-fields of France, wore
well deserved medals and decora
tions, bestowed by both France
and the American government.
During an hour preceding the
noon day the bells tolled and tne
whistle from the agency engine
house peeled forth its requiem notes
in memory of the fallen heroes who
had made the supreme sacrifice
At the noon hour the throng
gathered at the Industrial Hall
where a most bountiful dincer was
served by the ladies auxiliary.
committee comprised of the vi
of Indian Chief
To Ruling Trifci
Avery Winnemucca, from Nixp,
Nevada, eldest, son of Chief Wiii
nemucca of the Piute Indians of
Nevada, is enrolled as a
ministry of the Episcopal cjhar^a,
and intends to return to bis people
as a tmissionary. Ybung~Winne
raucca's father is the holder of he
ahiejffcainship ip a line that gpes
back several hundred years. Al
though Avery is the eldestson gtad
direct heir to the title he does not
intend to accept it. By the tribal
law ofJhe-Piutes the title will
thereby become extinct.
On to Him.' i i ct'
1 can't live properly on $75 a wt^s^
complained the young man. '"YeB,
can," said his guardian. "T1H
trouble lis you want to live JoMBTofc-
Favors Absolute Abstention.
A recent report of British experts
favors absolute abstention from
strong drink, but supports the
light wines and liquors.
News of White Earth
1*AY your subscription.
Attorney F. Beaulieu trans
acted business in Detroit the. first
Have youT EYES examined for
Glasses by Dr. Page Stire, Eye
Sight Specialist, Detroit, Minn.
David Knickerbocker left Tues
day for a week's visit with his son
William, at Bed Lake.
B. S. Fairbanks was a business
caller at Detroit the latter part of
Miss Winnlfred Dummert, who
is attending high school at BemWji,
was an over Sunday visitor at her
Imee here#. here
FA&M WA^TMl)Wanted to
hear from owner of a farm or good
land for sale* price reasonable.
L. Jones, Box 551, Olney, III.
George Campbell, who has been
absent from his White Earth
haunts for some time, is again
greeting his many old friends in
I The Armstice Day dance at the
school dining hall last Friday,
evening was attended by the
largest crowd that, ever gathered
here for a like occasion. All
present enjoyed themselves.
Preceding the dinner Mr. *''-Th football game betwe^ep the
Beautieu made a few prelimma^^^ied men and single men at
remarks, stating the purpose o fb* school grounds last Friday
the occasion after which Mr.- P.
R. Wadsworth, supervisor in&l
charge of this agency, was intra*
duced and he delivered an eloquent:
discourse, explanatory. of th
occasion, laying special stress on
the needs of disarmament for the
assurance' of world peace and
others present proceeded to pae&
of the sumptuous repasl
which had been provided.'
In the even ihg a grand bl
followed the festivities of the day,
and which took place in the dining
hall of the former boarding school,
at which fully two hundred couples
took part. The hail was artistically
decorated with red, white aud bl?*
festoons and flags, while!
Old Glory, and the White Earthj
Service and Liberty Bond flags!
lent color to the fairy-like interior
A splendid luncheon was served at
the midnight hour by the ladies',
committee. The dance and arj
rangements were conducted under
the auspices of the members of the
White Earth Town Board assisted
by members of the Legion and
and which was a part of the
Armistice Day program, drew a
large crowd and resulted in a
Victory for the benedicts.
Miss Grace Soetsinger, of Libby,
Minnesota, was a gue&t at the
home of her sister, Mrs. E. J.
Warren of this village, the fore
prosperity. After the conclusion^ [part of the week. She left Wed-
of the address, the buddies' ancV nesday morning for Minneapolis.
W. D. Smith,-who'is at present
located at Red Lake in connection
with inberitence matters on the
several Chippewa reservations in
that vicinity, paid j% ^sit to^ his
family here last Friday and Satur
Several Igdians from the Leech
Lake reservation, and alsp several
frbm Pine Point pn this re3e)cva-
tion, came to. White garth last
week" and took part in Armistice
Day programme here on Friday
last.-- They returned to their
respective homes the first of the
The many friends of Sister
Tbea* music teacher at St. -Bene-?
dictls Mission School, who was
seriously injured some time ago,
when ahe fell from a.-secoDd story
window at the school, will be
pleased to learn that she has so
far recovered as to be^ able to
agaiu resume her duties at the
The faculty of the public school
here announce a' grand ball to be
given in the school dining hall on
Friday evening, Nov. J8th. The
dance is for the purpose Of raising
funds to defray the expenses of a
Christmas Tree for the' pupils of
the school. Everybody should
attend and thiw assure the kids a
good time at' Christinas.
place in the line-up of the married
men at the football game here on
Armistice Day was quite seriously
injured during the game, receiving
a broken 6houlder blade as the
result of a heavy fall. Dr. Camp
bell %t Qgejpa set the injured
shoulder and Mr. ^Tpod is resting
fluietly at the hpme of his father
In law, Mr-:. Walter J^illj^si of
this village. --f?*V.v&
Subscribe for *1?he Tomahawk,
and keep posted on Chippewa
will be before Con
ss this winter.
You can make Bigroon6yselling
our superior Northern Nursery
Stock Pay every week. Free
Outfit and good territory. Experi
ence unnecessary. The Hawk
Nursey Co., Wauwatosa, Wis.
I have opened a pool room
and soft drink parlor' in
the Frank Warren build
ing and respectfully solicit
the patronage of my
friends in White Earth.
A full line of
always on hand.
Courteous treatment accor^tedk-al
WILLIAM BUDROW, Prop.
White Earth, Minnesota.
For fifty years known to
the trade as the best for
$48.00 to $3a 00
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