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STATE OF MINNESOTA
Citation For Hearing-
County of Becker
District Court. Seventh Judicial
Loren A. Davis, Plaintiff.
TH KSTATE OF MINNESOT \TO
THE A1SOVE NAMED DEFEND
You are hereby summoned and
quired to answer the complaint of
the plaintiff in the abo\e entitled
action, winch complaint has been
filed in the office of the Clerk of said
District Court, in the City of
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 thirt
(,50)da attei seivice Of this sum
mons upon you, exclusive of the day
ot stich seivice: and if you tail 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
and disbursements herein.
Dated Aug-. 18th, 1922.
P. F. Schroeder,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
6 8-10 Firsr National Bank
Bldg Detroit, Minn.
on Petition to
Sell Mortgage or Lease Land.
Aug. 24-Sept. 14.
State of Minnesota, County of Bec
ker, In Piobate Court.
Ln 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
theiein that certain lands of said
ward described theiein be sold and
praying that a license 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
Rooms in the Court House, in the
City of Detroit in the County of
Becker, State of Minnesota, on the
18th day of September 1922, 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
day of August 1922.
Alma C. Pederson.
Clerk of Probate.
Attorney for Petitioner.
P. F. SCHROEDER
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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 Bid*.
COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Solicitor in Chancey
Interior Department Practice.
Indian Law a Speciality.
511 Mineham big., Green Bay,Wis.
Edward L, Rogers
ATTORNEY at LAW
A. O. SLETVOLD
PRACTICES IN ALL COURTS.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
When buying Groceries
or anything else you may
need, always pays to
buy the best. Our line is
always fresh and the best
that money can buy.
and everything usually
found in a general store.
Our Prices are Right.
The B. Fairbanks Go.
Inserted by E. P. Skaiem in his own
behalf and paid for at our regular
I believe in 100 cents worth of
government for each dollar of taxes
paid. If elected I will fight un
necessary" increases in state ex
E. P. Skaiem.
Order Limiting Time to File Claims
and for Hearing-
State of Minnesota, County of Bec
ker. In Probate Court.
In the Matter ot the Estate of Mah
Letters of administration this day
having been granted to James A.
IT IS ORDERED, that the time
within which all creditors of the
above named decedent may piesent
claims against his estate in this court,
be, and the same heieby in, limited
to six months liom and after the
date hereof and that Monday the
19th day of Maich 1U23, at 10 o'clock
A. M., in the Piobate Couit Rooms,
at the Court House at Detroit in said
be, and the same hereby is,
fixed and appointed as the time and
p'ace for heating upon and the exauthorities.
amination, adjustment and allowance
of such claims as shall be presented
within the time aforesaid.
Let notice hereof be given by thethe
publication of this order in
Tomahawk." as provided by law.
Dated September 3. 1922.
Alma C. Pedeison,
Cletk of Probate.
Advice for Letter Writers.
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stead of moistening one corner and
sticking it to the paper, moisten a
small spot in the center of the stamp
and then affix it to your letter. The
removal of small part of the adhesive
substance from the center in no way
impairs the usefulness of the stamp:
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First Artesian Well.
The first artesian well to be bored
hi Europe of which data is available
Is the tube well at Crenelle, In France,
niiich was sunk by the French gov
ernment between 1S34 and 1842, in the
hope of obtaining a sufficient supply
of water for Paris. The depth is 1,798
feet, nt which level a prolific supply
of water was reached.
The great artist who paints a picture
which compels the admiration af the
world does not do so with one sweep
of the brush ln one moment of inspira
tion. The great masterpiece is the
product of thousands of strokes of the
brush, of Infinitesimal bits of pigment
put on the canvas layer after layer,
each done with consummate art. Every
tiny bit of paint, every swift stroke
does its tiny part toward what becomes
at last a marvel of ages. So must we
work, stroke by stroke, a bit here and
a bit there, until our masterpiece has
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Early Oay Incident Recalled by dock.
(Concluded from 1st page,
man's fashion and donned white
The other Grass Dancers, how
ever, were not willing to follow
their former leader. They de
manded the return of the drum,
and so insistent were their de
mands that the matter was finally
taken up with the government
They sought to have
revenge on Truth Teller at various
times, when the government, at
suggestion of Bishop Hare,
for him a home, they prompt
ly burned it to the ground. Truth
Teller never weakened and rather
seemed to delight in his persecu
Bishop Hare told the story to a
group of Eastern friends, and
eventually it came to the attention
of Mrs. John Jacob Astor, who
was a great admirer of the bishop
and his work among the Indians.
To make some restitution to Truth
Teller and to prove to him that
his action in deserting his former
beliefs was appreciated, Mrs.
Astor had a clock made, the case
of which was an exact representa
tion, minature of the convert's
former drum. This was given to
Truth Teller wtio, Indian fashion,
valued the novelty as the most
precious of all his belongings.
Shortly before he died Truth
Teller presented the clock to Col.Mr.
Brown, in whose possession, it has
been for several years. The clock
will be added to the already large
collection of Indian curios and
relics in the cases of the historical
department in the state house.
The Good Roads are Here.
Some of us who are particularly
enthusiastic about roads and have
done so much talking about our
highways at election time almost
forgot that it is not chiefly cam
paign talk. The prophesies of the
past are actually being fulfilled.
Minnesota's good roads have
achieved national fame.
During this whole summer we
have heard nothing but praise for
our Minnesota roads. The resi
dents of the Daicotas frankly ex
press their envy, the Wisconsin
men are equally appreciative, and
the tourists who have driven
across the continent state they can
tell the minute they cross the
Minnesota line. One of these
tourists who had driven'from the
state of Pennsylvania to Yellow
stone park crossed Minnesota on
the Black and Yellow trail. This
highway, which passes through
Winona and Mankato, is not paved
but is one of our gravel-surfaced
roads. The Pennsylvania motor
ist declared lie believed Minnesota
had a better system of highways
than any state through which he
Our much heralded good roads
are actually here and it is to be
hoped the people in Minnesota
will appreciate them. Much work
is yet to be done, but in the mean
time let us place the credit where
it is due. The progress that has
been made in Minnesota in road
building in the last decade is simp
ly marvelous. Every man
woman in Minnesota should be
back of our state highway depart
ment giving it their full support.
Bus meets all Trains
Day and Night Service. Careful
OFFICEat The Cash Grocery.
James Sweet, Prop.
White Earth Minnesota
Mews of White Earth
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B. S. Fairbanks was a business
cailer in Ponsfoid the first of the
FOR SALEOne^genuine Gur
nsey bull calf. Inquire of Theo.
Mrs. Ella Hanson, of Shevlin,
Minn., was a guest at the M. La
Chappelle home during the past
Sherman Fairbanks was a Sun
day visitor at Naytahwaush.
Martin Gravell left the first of
the week for a brief visit with his
brother Omar at Bemidji.
Have your EYES examined for
Glasses by Dr. .Page Stire, Eye
Sight Specialist, Detroit, Minn.
Eugene McCauley, financial
clerk at the Sisseton Agency, S.
D., was visiting White Earth
friends the first of the week.
A number of children from this
village left Sunday night to attend
the Pipestone Indian school.
FOR SALEReasonable, two
high grade Gurnsey bull calves.
Ernest Davids, White Earth, Min
George Selkirk, of Sisseton,
South Dakota, visited bis parents
and Mrs. Henry Selkirk in
this village several days during
the past week
O. W. Dummert, formerly chief
clerk in the agency office here and
who now holds a like position at
Red Lake agency, was a Sunday
visitor in White Earth.
FOR SALEHouse and Lot in
Episcopal church addition, (lot 9),
including the furniture. $125 if
taken at once. Inquire of John
Walker, White Earth, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. William Warren,
of Pawhuska, Oklahoma, who
have been visiting relatives here
for the past month, departed for
their home on Thursday last.
Lyons Duggan, who has been
visiting his mother here for the
past two week, left Sunday night
for Waubasha, Wis., where he
will attend Carroll college.
FOR SALEGood house and
lot, $225.00Terms. Inquire of
C. R. Beaulieu, White Earth,
Mrs. M. LaCbappelle spent
Tuesday and Wednesday owheretf las
wee she attended the graduating ex
ercises of the nurses training
school of that city. Miss Ellen
Kyudeson, her cousin, being one
of the graduates.
HoiStein Sale Sept. 28
Page & Knutson Farms, Pelican
Rapids, 33 headcows, heifers
and sires. 12 years of successful
breeding Count, Piebe and Orms
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Testing Pleurisy With Coin*.
A novel method of diagnosing pleur
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the Paris Medical. The examiner ap
plies his ear to the patient's chest,
closing his other ear, while coins are
clinked at the patient's back. The
sound of the coins coming through a
healthy, normally aerated lung seems
distant and dull, while through an af
fected lung, through solid or homo
Seneous tissue a clear, silvery, metal
ring is heard.
Truly King of Bird*.
"Our national bird, the bald eagle,
JWild in its native haunts, is so large, so
majestic, and flies with an evidence of
so enormous strength, that one is im
pressed with the thought that here is
the king of birds," writes T. Gilbert
Pearson of the Audubon society. "On
one occasion while eating my lunch il
he shade of a little bush on a South
ern prairie, I saw one carry off a
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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
I desire to meet you all personally
but as my other duties make that
impossible I ish to introduce n^
self through j^our paper. I was born
in Ottertail county, larer moved to
Clay county, and have been a resi
dent of Becker County since 1993.
My entire youth has been devoted
to the school room as a student and
recentU' as a teacher. Asa superin
tendent of schools I aim to save
much money to tax payers by driving
my own rig in visiting-
Give me a chance to serve jrou.
Selmer J. Skadsheim.
A. J. Powers,
ATTORNEY at LAW.
Thing to Be Feared.
"No, the fear of falling never en
ters my head," said the aviator to his
gaping hearers. "What scares me is
the danger of stalling my engine about
two miles up and not being able to get
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