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tfJBMTO Fi?OJ/ T## F-4/?J7 STATION.
Our Christmas tree came off in good or
der, about forty persons being present.
Santa Olaus remembered all, and every
body seemed to enjoy the occasion. Mrs.
Louis G-urneaii and Mrs. Jos. Omen as
sisted in serving lunch, which consisted of
ham sandwiches, Christmas cakes, coffee
and fruit. Mr. Barrett passed a box of ci
gars to the men.
We had very nice contributions from the
Chippewa Trading Store, Chas. F. Beau
lieu's store, Father Thomas, and the Gully
1/ouis -Gwmeaw and family went to Bed
Lake the 25th.
Frank Bran made a trip to Red Lake the
24th, bringing Pete and William from the
Sisters' school to spend the holidays at
Miss Josephine Brim accompanied he1?
father to Red Lake the 24th, where she will
take up her duties as Assistant Matron at
Joseph B. Jourdain lias completed a very
jee new ka*a ^or James Xeddeau oppo
Frank Oarrs place near Clearwater.'
Ole Burge, near
ilk Rrun vme,
ueens Dam, called out
Mr. Lee went on a trip to Gully the 13th
where he exchanged Louis CarPs mare for a
Louis Carl hauled hay to the Agency the
Joseph ^Martin was in our vicinity the
I5th and 16th.
Mrs. Louis (iurneau made a trip to Ber
Joseph Frogg and Thomas Heneas called
heiv looking for Mr. Frogg's cows that had
-ome back to the Farm Station. The cows
were in very good condition.
Solomon Blue has a very good flow now,
having cleaned out his well.
E. R. Lee and Frank Brun went to Red
Lake about a week ago, returning by Thor
land's near Island Lake, bringing home
some cattle that strayed away over there.
"Smoky" Kelly was in our vicinity re
cently. Mr. Kelly had been cruising in the
Northwest township. He says that it is his
opinion that the land surrounding the Faim
Station is much better located for farming
A Funnels' Club ^\ill be organized at the
Farm Station, Saturday, January 9, 1915.
i Everybody in the Farm Station District are
earnestly requested to lie present. The
meetimr will be called ,it 10::M A. M.
RE LAK E NEWS
ago last summer.
RED LAKE, MINNESOTA, JANUARY 1, 1915.
Frank Prentice, wlio has been sick for
HO long, died at his home just west of Lit
tle Rock, the evening of the 24th. The fam
ily has the sympathy of their
imbursable agreement to pay f01.
mares soW h,m by the gove,
Long John of the "Outlet* was a caller
at the Agency one day last week.
Ah ke wain zee is busy time days fliljno
his wood contract. He is to put in one
hundred cords at the Red Lake School, one
half of the proceeds to lie applied on his
Patsey Needhani/s seriously ill and his
two sons at Carlisle are expected home
soon. Patsey ha* been employed at St
Mary's Mission many years, and was at
work as usual phen stricken. He has no
use of his righ/ side and can only speak one
or two words/and is unable to finish a Sen-
James Oliver of the Wahpeton School
George fiiklanding is on the poltee tor^f1^^
from a point of Vivice^and age. George
sav^Hlmt he feels Hke a young man again.
f^U^rt G*H4ev wk* arrested Monday
iHght by Policem^k^Aily,
fbert had a half plt o'f^aJi^ohoI and from
past decisions of the Indian Jfoiges, Albert
have to w*r for TTncle Sam atl-wjn
ter f^lw^^ board. There are three or four
other felJowsH^ the immunity who had
better watch out or^ey may_^et a trip to
Don't believe a man is honest untiljie
proven himself not to be a liar.
Don't believe a fellow is a liar until irie
proves himself to be one. If he is he will
sooner or later by his own actions give him
Don't forget that Solomon was wise.
Don't forget that God is wiser.
Felix Green has returned to his quarters
in the Agency jail. He explains that he
went away and forgot to return until Po.
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The introduction of intoxicating liquors
into this reservations or its sale to non
citizen Indians is forbidden by law under
a penalty of imprisonment for not less
than sixty days.
See Act of January 30, 1897 (29 State-
FOSSIL FORESTS OF THE YELLOW
STONE NATIONAL PARK.
In the Yellowstone National Park twelve
successive forests, one on top of another,,
have been buried by outflows of lava, and
petrified, according to a phamphlet entitled
''Fossil Forests of the Yellowstone Natio
Park," by F. H. Knowlton, just issued 1
direction of Secretary Lane. '-While the.4
fossil forests were growing and being
tomed," says Mr. Knowlton, "much of
area now within the park was the scene
many active volcanoes jst.tut nortft, Ai
west of the and some in th pin thesepark,
were/poured out, bui ding up
places whole/mountain r*n
the park there is evidence of sinltlar volcan
ic activity./ The area idthin whjbti the fojsil
forests a# now found was appaJentty in
beginni^ an irregular but relatively
basin^a the floor of which alter a til
tneW&rew the first forest. Theil there
^"e^oflhe YSJSM9W, nr^Jtoablgu:
the north, an outpouring oi-ashes,
flows, and other material wK^lenf
wed ^the gjfor*i
J22. r\ t-t
floor of ttusbaaiu, after a time, the m*xt
W canie into distance only teibc in tu nts*
engulfed as the nr had been, and so bu
thrfligh the period represented t^e
faet or more of similar t^s. JFlie wh#l'*
history of the manner in wWf these f^r
ests were fossilized is not full..' feinderstoid,
but it was undoubtedly depend? nt on or at
st greatly facilitated by t^ie pieaencc^oi
voldaniti^and hydrothermal MT\te&2**J$^**$'
was doulR^t^^then, as it is to *wwe/u
now, a marWdeiiir of the
qPhe fosil forests are siirroundt
ant sirkaju soluton
process ofStticiflcation may we
that silica woutoSaedeposited in
and vessels of the \voo4*jnakrog
cast of all open spar
slov* process of decay went on
tick of organic matter was
Crff C *mrr4|4
which coii^fcs abji
The first Bkrr 8t^
was taken by the silica, until, n
.,17 the wood substance had disappeared
it* place, atom by atom, had been taky*
/This pamphlet, which may be oltain
rrom the Superintendent of DocJ
Government Printing Office, ^J^
D. for 10 cents, contains 15 i lustratun
of the fossil forcts, detailed Rescript oi
of the localities where the petrified tie*
are found, a discussion of the ape .of W
forests, and an account of the climax con
ditions in the park when the, trees^ ^ere