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PAID ADVERTISEMENT In
serted by G. Norby in his own be
half for which the regular advertis
ing rates will be paid.
Q. J. Norby
Candidate for Re-election
State Legislature, 63d. District, Becker
I'have no apologies to offer fJ my
work of the last season nor no rash
promises to make for the future. 1
just want.to do those things which
are for the best interests of a major
ity of the people in Becker county
and the state at large.
Your vote and support will be ap
preciated at the General Election on
November 7th, 122.
PAID ADVERTISEMENT. In
serted by the person named therein
and paid for at our regular rate.
Carl T. Ebeltoft
COUNTY AUDITOR, Becker Co., Minn.
General Election,, Nov. 7th, 1922.
Your vote and support will be great
Deputy County Auditor of
Becker County for the past
PAID ADVERTISEMENT. In
serted bv A. O. Sletvold, of Detroit, in
his own behalf, to be paid /or at our
For County Attorney
A. O. Sletvold
Candidate for re-election for a
It is easy to make promises but an
other thinjr to make jrood. While
serving my first term I have tried
to treat all alike. It will be my aim
to continue to do so. Your support
will be appreciated.
Bus meets all Trains
Day and Night Service. Careful
OFFICEat The CaBh Grocery.
James Sweet, Prop.
f$ White JEaitfc Minnesota
Detroit Rotary Club.
Endeavoring to Aid
White Earth Indians.
W i thin the past years Rota ry
Clubs have been established in all
the'principal cities of the state.
During the past summer such a
ciub has been established in De
troit and has as its members many
prominent men of that city. The
main object of such an organiza
tion is to .spread the gospel of
goodness among its fellow men,
socially, morally and commercially,
and to add to the development of
keener patriotic devotion to God,
home and country. The secretary
of the Detroit Rotary Club, Mr.
Fred Dennis, in behalf of the club
recently addressed a letter to the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs
concerning serious health condi
tions on this reservation and we
herewith publish the same. As
Mr. Dennis is a candidate for the
office of County Attorney we deem
it advisable for the reservation
public, especially the Chippewa9,
to support him in his candidacy
for the office he seeks. The letter
to the Commissioner follows:
Sept. 16, 1922.
Hon. Chas. H. Burke,
Commissioner of Indian Affairs,
The Rotary Club of Detroit,
Minnesota, desire to obtain infor
mation and facts from you in con
nection with the proposed opening
of the Hospital and Old Folks
Home at the Village of White
Earth, Becker county, Minnesota.
We understand that there are
people on the White Earth Reser
vation who are at least of part In
dian blood wbo are suffering with
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.
PAID ADVERTISEMENT. In
serted bv the person named therein
and paid for at our regular rate.'
Leonora F. Bauer
COUNTY AUDITOR, Becker Co., Minn.
If elected I promise to make every
effort to conduct the office in an
efficient manner and for the best
interests of the people.
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disease and others who are notable
financially to provide themselves
with food aud clothing during: the
criming winter. We also under-^
stand that the funds in the Treas
ury belonging to these people can
be used in operating the Old Folks
Home and for medical attendance
to the sickly. We cannot sit idly
by ajd see these people die from
disease or starvation, and unless
there are reasons of which we have
no knowledge 'we desire to state
that we are in favor of the Gov
ernment immediately opening and
maintaining the Old Folks Home
and furnishing either a hospital or
proper medical care and treatment
for the people who live on the
White Earth Reservation. We
respectfully ask that we be advised
what the situation is.
Yours very sincerely,
Fred Dennis, Secretary.
L. H. Rutledge.
Welfare Committee, De
troit Rotary Club.
Six Minnesota Chippe
was to Play on Thorpe
Six young men, members of the
Minnesota Chippewas, left last
week for La Rue, Ohio, where
they will join the famous Jam^s
Thorpe's football organization.
They were Baptiste Thunder, half
back and tackle Moses Ward,
famous center David Jones,
Guard and Exavier Downwind,
right tackle. All the foregoing
are from the Red Lake reserva
tion, while White Earth reserva
tion contributes Leon Boutwell of
Ogema and Joe Guyon of Wan
bun. Eight of this famous Indian
team are from Minnesota.
These men were members of the
famous Carlisle team when that
organization was at its strongest
The Thorpe team will play pro*
fessional football this fall through
out the United States and Cuba.
They are all experts at the
game and are sure to make an ex
ceptional showing during the com*
News of White Earth
PAY your subscription.
M. LaChappelle and family were
Sunday visitors in Ada,
Attorney C. U. Laiidrum,' of
Detroit, was a professional caller
here on Friday last.
Robt. Beaulieu, of Mahnomen,
was a White Earth caller during
the past week.
C. D. Wilkinson, of Beaulieu,
spent several days in White- Earth
during the past week.
Have your EYES examined for
Glasses by Dr. Page Stire, Eye
Sight Specialist, Detroit, Minn.
Fred Hanson, of the -Canfield
Motor Co., Detroit, was a White
Earth visitor on.Friday.
O. Chandonnet, of Waubun*
was calling on White Earth friends
the latter part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hovelson, of
Naytahwaush, were Sunday visit*.
ors in White Earth.
Miss Neta Martin arrived home
last Saturday after a brief visit
with relatives at Minneapolis.
FOR SALEOne genuine Gur
nsey bull calf. Inquire of Theo,
George McLean arrived frojn
Fargo, N. D. last Saturday even
ing for a brief visit with his fam
Mr. and Mrs. D. O Root, of
Huron, S. D., arrived the fore
part of the week for a short visit
with White Earth relatives.
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Mrs. George Hodder and little
daughter, of Odanah, Wis,, visited
friends in White Earth during the
Jerry Selkirk and James War
ren arrived in White Earth via
auto last Friday from Minneapolis.
They expect to return to the city
after a short stay here.
FOR SALEHouse and Lot in
Episcopal church addition, (lot 9),
including the furniture. $125 if
taken at once. Inquire of John
Wajker, White Earth, Minn.
Attorney F. D. Beaulieu, of
Mahnomen, was in town Sunday
enroute so St. Paul, where he has
a case before the State Supreme
Court this week.
Read THE TOMAHAWK adds.
Archie Libby and Theo. H.
Beaulieu, supervisors of White
Earth town board, were in Detroit
on Thursday of last week on busi
ness in connection with township
MartCowels, who bas.been run
ning a threshing engine in North
Dakota for the past six weeks,
arrived here last Friday and will
reopen his blacksmith shop in the
Mrs. Florence M.. Dahl and her
three little daughters, Dorothy,
Marjory and Marcella, who have
been visiting Mrs. Dahl's parents,
Mr. and Mr. Theo. H. Beaulieu,
for the past two months, departed
last Thursday for their home in
Mr. and Mrs^ Ray Clifford
Stinson, of Pembina, N. D., were
in White Earth the first of the
week and took occasion'to drive to
Auhwaybewin, White Earth lake,
with a view to selecting a summer
home lot and will probably build a
cottage there this fall in the
Examiner of Inheritance J. H.
Rahily, now located at Red Lake,
accompanied by his stenographer,
W. D. Smith, and F. S. Scott,
chief clerk at the consolidated
Chippewa agency at Cass Lake,
were here officially the latter part
of Jaet week.
Mr. S. E. Halsey, of Algona,
jowa, was in the village on Satur
day. He came from his home via
the auto route to look over.a tract
of land in which he is interested
and the country generally. He
seemed pleased with the country
and it is probable that be will re
turn here at an early date.
State Senator, J. H. Baldwin of
Frazee, accompanied by his son,
Milo with his wife and little
daughter, were calling on White
Earth friends the latter part of
last^week. Mr. Baldwin is out for
re-election as state senator for the
63d district, and no doubt will
receive the staunch support from
the reservation public this year
chat he has in the past.
Mrs. Elma Bradke, of Frazee,
independent candidate for Super
intendent of schools, Becker coun
ty, accompanied by Mrs. C. W.
Mee of Detroit, and Mr. Bradke,
were- looking over the political
situation in White Earth on Friday
last. Mrs. Bradke has had four
teen years experience as a teacher
in the public schools of this county,
is a most capable women and one
certainly well qualitied to fill the
position she seeks. Being an in
dependent candidate, her name
will not appear on the ballot, it
will be necessary for you to either
write her name on the ballot or
use a- sticker when you vote for
herwhich of course you will.
He announcement appears on this
Hall's Catarrh Medicine
Those who are in a "run down'V condl^
tlofa will notice that Catarrh bother*
them much more than when they are to
ood health. Thia fact prove* that while
Catarrh a local disease, it Is greatly
Influenced by constitutional conditions.
HALL'S CATXRKH MEDICINE con
aists of an Ointment which Quickly
Relieves by local application, aadjthe
-Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which assists
in improving the General Health.
Sold by druggists for over 40 Tears.
F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Inserted by the person named and
paid for at our regular rate.
Superintendent of Schools,
Becker Co., Minn.
To the voters of Becker County
_l desire to meet you all personally
but as my other duties make that
impossible I wish to introduce my
self through your 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 schocl room as a student and
recentlv as a teacher. As 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 chance to serve you.
A. J. Powers,
ATTORNEY at LAW.
A. O. SLETVOLD
PRACTICES IN ALL COURTS.
Notary Public Telephone 175.
Office Over Sicurilj Slife Bank
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PAID ADVERTISEMENT. Inserted by Elma V. Bradke, in her
own behalf, to be paid for at our regular rate.
For Superintendent of Schools
Elma V. Bradke
By writing my name on the ballot or use a sticker
November 7th, 1922,
PALD ADVERTISEMENT [Prepared and inserted by Edward Swanson,
of Detroit, Minn., in his own behalf, for which the regular political adver-
tising rate has been paid.]
For Sale lit your Dealer
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Prepared and- inserted by Fred
Dennis, Detroit, Minn., in his own
behalf, and paid for at our regular
County Attorney, Becker
If elected to the position I pledge
my full time and effort to render sat
isfaction to the people of this county.
I will appreciate your support and
vote at the general election on Nov
ember 7th, 1922.
Citation for Hearing' on Petition for
Determination of Descent of Land.
Sept. 28Oct. 12
In the Matter of the Estate of No
din-aince or Annie Jackson, Dece
The State of Minnesota to Ed
ward Jackson and all persons in
terested in the determination of
the descent of the real estate of said
Sheriff of Becker County,
I will appreciate your, vote and
Election Nov. 7, 1922.
end! No. 174
Made in five grade*
court, representing that said deced
ent died more than five years prior to
the tiling thereof, leaving certain real
estate in said petition' described,
that said estate., has been probated
in Becker County, Minnesota, but
that certain lands of decedent were
omitted from the decree therein en
tered, and praying that the descent
of said real estate be determined by
THEREFORE, You, and Each of
You, are hereby cited and tf^mBttA'-
to show cause, if any you have, before
this court at the Probate Court Rb$aS
in the Court House, in the city 61
Detroit, in the County of Becker,
^tate of Minnesota,.on the 23rd day of
October, 1922. at- tent o'clock A. M.,
why said petition should not be grant
WITNESS, The Judge of said
Court, and the Seal of said Court, this
25th day of September, 18&
E. O. HANSON,
Judge of Probate.
Frank D. Beaulieu,
Attorney for Petitioner.