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STATK OF MINNESOTA _sa
County of Becker
District Court. Seventh Judicial
Loren A. Davis, Plaintiff.
Pearl Davis, Defendant!
THE STATE OF MINNESOTA TO
THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND
You ale hereD3' summoned and
quired to answer the. complaint of
the plaintiff in the above entitled
action, which complaint has been
filed in the office of the Clerk of aid
District Court, in the City of De
troit, in the County of Becker and
State of Minnesota, and to serve a
copy of your answer to the said
complaint on the subscriber, at his
office in the First National Bank
Building, in the City of Detroit, Bec
ker County, Minnesota, within thirty
(30) days after service of this sum
mons upon you, exclusive of the day
of such service and if you fail to
answer the said complaint within
the time aforesaid the plaintiff in
this action will apply to the court
for the relief demanded in said com
plaint, together with plaintiff's costs
ahd disbursements herein.
Dated Aug-. 18th, 1922.
P. F. Schroeder,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
6-8-10 First National Bank
Bldg., Detroit, Minn.
Citation For Hearing: on Petition to
Sell Mortgage or Lease Land.
Aug. 24Sept. 14.
State of Minnesota, County of Bec
ker, In Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Dicky Parker, Ward.
The State of Minnesota to Dicky
Parker and all persons interested in
the sale of certain lands belonging
to said ward, the petition of Alice P.
Fairbanks as representative of the
above named ward, being duly filed
in this court, representing that it is
necessary and for the best interests
of said estate and all interested
therein that certain lands of said
ward described therein be sold and
praying- that a ljcense be to her
granted to sell the same:
THEREFORE. You, and Each of
You, are hereby cited- and required
to show cause, if any you have, before
this court at the Probate Court
JRooms in the Court House, in the
City of Detroit in the County of
Becker, State of Minnesota, on the
18th day of September 19% at ten
o'clock A. M., Why said petition
should not be granted.
Witness, the Judge of said Court
and the seal of said Court, this 21st
dav of August 1922.
Alma C. Pederson,
Clerk of Probate.
Attornev for Petitioner.
P. F. SCHROEDER
Suit 6-8-10 First National Bank
General Law Practice. Especial
attention given to probating of
estates, examination of land
titles, and Indian matters.
C. U. Landrum
Attorney and Counselor at Law
STATE THEATRE Bldg.
COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Solicitor in Chancey
Interior Department Practice.
Indian Law a Speciality.
511 Mineham big., Green Bay,Wis.
Edward Ro ps
ATTORNEY it LAW
A. O. SLETVOLD
PRACTICES I N ALL COURTS.
Notary Public Telephone 175.
Office (her Security Sfttt Bink
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Aug. 30, 1922,
White Earth, MinMesta.
I bear that they are looking
f,r the heirs of Willie Warren
(Tylie Warren's son, and the sonBabcock
of Bell Hole-in-the-day, her maid
en name). I have a daughter at
Wichita, Kansas, her name
Florence Mae Warren, they call
her.Mae Aitken, because she
a sister going to school by
name of Aitken so they gave
that name. Her Indian name is
Niog-wou, that is the name she is
enrolled by. But .she was baptized
by the name" Florence Mae War
ren, that is his daughter. She
was born December 22nd. She isputting
24 years old. She is studying to
be a nurse at St. Francis Hospital,
Now I would like to have you
publish this in The Tomahawk
right away. I inclose $1.00 for
My Indian name is Ma je be
nas see qua. AddressLeech
The eyes are still beautiful, though
they show that they have shed many a
tear, and are sadly shrunken. Indeed,
standing there to let her pass before
us, I thought of nothing so much as her
womanhood. Alone forever alone
with her broken hopes and the memory
of her dead boy. her life and her love
gone at one blow! We watched he? nt
the foot of the stair withdrawing the
hand from the helping armshe walked
so*well, with such graceful carriage
Her figure is still fine, or seemed so
She is above medium height, and wat-$42,615
dressed beautifully, though only in
lome simple soft stuffmerino or cash*
mere. I thought it a morning gown at
first, but as I saw her later in the day
in the same co'stume, concluded it was
not entirely that It was a pleasure to
me to see her and a bit of good fortune
terUislv.Cor. Detroit Free Press-
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E. P. Skaiem.
State Ranks High
On U. S. Road List.
Minnesota Makes Favorable Shoytf
ing in Government Figures on
Federal Aid Highways.
Minnesota under the so-called
good roads plan is carry
ing on federal aid highway im
provements more than double in
number and covering nearly 6ve
times the mileage of the average
for the United States, according
to a recent bulletin from the gov
ernment bureau of public roads.
The figures supplement the report
giving Minnesota first place among
the states for the longest mileage
of completed federal aid highways
and indicated that this state is
funds on the road as fast
as they come in.
Minnesota's excellent showing
is in spite of the larger funds
provided through bid bond issues
and in other ways by various
states to advance highway develop*
This state is credited tw the
bureau of public roads with 110
jobs on which federal aid is being
used, compared with 50 projects
in the average state. Minnesota
improvements under way cover
1,145 miles against the 280-mile
average for all the states. Pro-r
jects" average 10.4 miles in this
state and 5.5 miles in others.
Cash outlay comparisons dis
close that Minnesota is not extrav
agant in building roads. Its aver
age federal aid project now totals.
$95,289 of which 39 per cent or
$3Q,925 is government money,,
while the average state job total isy
$100,326 including 42 per cent or.
of federal aid. Again,
Minnesota is. using $9,150 a mile
against $18,050 or nearly twice as
much for the general average
among the states.
News of White Earth
PAY .your subscription.
Sheriff Ed. 8w,anson, of Detroit,
was a caller here during the pact
FOR SALEOne genuine Gur
nsey bull calf. Inquire of Theo.
B. S. Fairbanks was a county
seat visitor on Saturday last.
Mrs. C. W. Mee, of Detroit,
was calling on White Earth friedds
OD Saturday last.
Mr, and Mrs. Ben Hovelson, of
Beaulieu, were Sunday visitors in
Have your EYES examined for
Glasses by Dr. Page Stire, Eye-*
Sight Specialist, Detroit, Minn.
George Campbell was shaking
bands with old White Earth
friends during the week/
Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Fairbanks,
of Naytahwaush, were over Sun
day visitors in White Earth.
FOR SALEReasonable, two
high grade Gurnsey bull calves.!
Ernest Davids White Earth, Min
Miss Neta Martin left Tuesday
morning for Minneapolis where
she will attend school during the
Mrs. Frank LaDoux went to
Detroit Tuesday morning to be
with her young son, who is
6ned in a Detroit hospital with a
case of blood poisoning.
Frank Viznor, one of the reser
vation's prosperous farmers, and
his family, were White Earth
callers the latter part of last
Read THE TOMAHAWK adds.
R. S, Kain, who is now em
ployed on the Schemerhorn ranch
near Mahnomen, was in town on
business Saturday evening.
J. E. Bukke and A. C. Knudson
of Detroit, were White Earth
visitors on Monday.
Isaac Fairbanks, of Naytah
waush, was a caller in White
Earth the first of the week. ik
Mrs. C. R. Richardson, of Du
luth, arrived last Saturday even
ing and will spend some time
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Bellecourt of this village.
Inspector Roberts of the Indian
Service, Washington, is in
White Earth this week on business
connected with Minnesota Chippe
Attorney D. Beaulieu and
Mrs. Beaulieu, of Mahnomen,
were visitors here on Monday.
They autoed to Detroit and re
FOR SALEGood house and
lot, $225.00Terms. Inquire of
C. R. Beaulieu, White Earth,
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Beaupre
are among the White Earth visit
ors at the Minnesota State Fair
Mr. and Mrs. Nygaard, of
Morris, Minu., were over Sunday
guests at the home of Mrs. Ny-dent
gaard's sister, Mrs. Michael La
Chappelle, in this village.
Wiilian Daily, formerly of this
village but now a resident of Cass
Lake, Minn., and his family, were
culling on White Earth friends
during the past week.
Miss Hurley, of Detroit, one of
the teachers engaged for the dis
trict school here for the coming
year, arrived Monday morning to
take up her duties.
Miss Roma Giard entertained a
number of her young friends at a
birthday party at her home last
Saturday evening. The occasion
being the 13ch anniversary of her
Earl McTavish, of Baudette,
Minn., was an over Sunday visitor
at the home Mr. and M. LaChap
pelle. He left" Monday morning
for Little Fails, Minn., where he
will enter college.
Postmaster Hull had a day off
Monday from his duties at the
postoffice, as it was Labor Day
and a national holiday. He took
advantage of his short rest by
making a trip, with his family, to!
Itasca Park and return.
Mr. B. S. Fairbanks and family
autoed to Maple Lake, Minn., the
ihome of Mrs. Fairbanks' mother,
(last Tuesday. Their son Benjamine
and daughter Avanelle will remain
at Maple Lake and attend high
'school there during the coming
year. Mr. and Mrs. Fairbanks re
turned home Tuesday eveoing.
Some time ago we published an
item stating that Chester C. Beaul
ieu, adopted son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Gus. H. Beaulieu, had
died in a hospital in New Mexico,
late information however is to
effect that we were misinformed,
as we have it from good authority
that the young man is very much
alive and is at present residing in
Car,l T. Ebeltof, clerk in the
county auditor's office at Detroit,
and a candidate for the- office of
county auditor at the election in
November, was looking over the
political field in this vicinity last
Saturday. Mr. Ebeltoft has had
several years experience in the
office for which he is a candidate
and would no doubt fill it to the
satisfaction of all concerned. .He
was born and reared in Becker
and is deserving of staunch
support in his candidacy for the
office he seeks.
On to Him.
can't live properly on $75 a week,"
complained the young man. "Yes, you
can," said his guardian. "The real
trouble is yon want to live improp-
Favors Absolute Abstention.
A recent report of British experts
favors absolute abstention from
I strong drink, but supports the use of
tight wines and liquors.
Inserted by the person named and
paid for at our regular rate.
Selmer J. Skadsheim.
Superintendent of Schools,
Becker Co., Minn.
To the voters of Becker County
desire to meet you all personally
but as my other duties make that
impossible I wish to introduce my
self through your paper. 1 was born
in Ottertail county..larer moved to
Clay county, and have been a resi
of Becker County since 1993.
My entire youth has been devoted
to the school room as a student and
recently as a teacher. A a superin
tendent of schools I aim to save
much money to tax payers by driving
my own rig in visiting the schools.
Give me a vchance to se.rye.you.
Selmer J. Skadsheim.
A. J. Powers,
ATTORNEY at LAW.
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