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title: 'Red Lake news. (Red Lake, Minn.) 1912-1921, March 01, 1919, Image 4',
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A. D. STEPHENS
Capital $25,000.00 Surplus $5,000.00
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY FOR
Individual Funds of RED LAKE Indians
5 PER CENT. INTEREST PAH) O N TIME
CERTIFICATES O DEPOSIT
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
Dry Goods Shoes Groceries
Saddlery Hardware ttnd
BATTLE RIVER, MINN.
BEAULIEU TRADING STORE
CHAS. F. BEAULIEU, Prop.
Red Lake, Minu,
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods. Shoes, Etc.
We Are Membets of the Fed Ltke Tribe oi itutians
and Solicit a Shire of Your Buinr if-
Northern Grocery Co.
BAKERY AMD CONFECTIONERY
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
CLUB ROOM IN CONNECTION
Come Around for a Good Time and
Get Your Money's Worth
Miss Mabel Anderson of the St. Paul extension
department, was with us for a few days this month.
Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Culp are STAR BOARDERS
at the Red Lake School club.
Miss Fannie M. Abbott's spare moments are
spent to good advantageshe is mess manager of
the Red Lake School club.
Miss Marjorie Mac Dougal spent Saturday night
and Sunday at the Red Lake School club visiting
The members of the club gave a farewell dinner
in honor of Mr. Alex Mac Dougal and family, on
March 9th. Mr. Mac Dougal expects to leave Red
A reception for our new superintendent, Mr.
George W. Cross and family, was given in the Red
Lake school dining room on March 11th. Pro
gressive "500" was played,the head prize was won
by Dr. L. L. Culp, the second prize won by Mrs.
Kiva Lewis, while the booby prize was won by Mr.
Simon Fairbanks. Mr. Fairbanks received a box
of "Shinola" and a note telling him to shine at the
feet if he could not shine at the head. A delicious
lunch was served at 11 o'clock. All present re
ported having spent a very pleasant time with our
guests, Mr. Cross and family.
On Thursday night, the employees of the school
and agency spent a very enjoyable time at Spears
hotel. A reception was held there in honor of Awis
Spears, who just returned from France. Sgt.
Stanley Johnson was present, also, he having ar
rived in Red Lake that evening.
Sgt. Stanley Johnson, who was mustered out at
Bemidji on March 15th., came to Red Lake to visit
his many friends here. Mr. Johnson stopped ^vith
the Moores. Stanley left Saturday morning for
White Earth, where he will visit with Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Dickens.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Moore entertained a number
of their friends at a card party given in honor of
Sgt. Stanley Johnson. Those present were Sgt. Stan
ley Johnson, Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Culp, Mrs. Kika
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Omar Gravelle and Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Moore.
Misses Fannie M. Abbott and Mabelle Tanberg
made a busines trip to Bemidji on March 21st.
Mrs. Kiva Lewis made a business trip to Bemidji
on Saturday, March 22nd.
In with the many useful articles bought by Miss
Abbott, was a pork roast. The roast mysteriously
disappeared before the train left for Redby,but,
as discovered when she reached the agency. Shame
on you, Willie!
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Moore are much pleased with
their new "Pathe."
The boarders of the Red Lake School Mess club
W arc prepared to
1 COME IN
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are pleased with the "eats" served them.
Dr. and Mrs. Culp put on a few pounds.
YOU WANT THE
THINK IN INTERESTSAVE
CROSS LAKE SCHOOL ITEMS.
Supt. Geo. W. Cross visited the school March 16,
being his first visit since taking charge of the Agen
On Washington's birthday, Feb. 22, the school
children gave a vv*ry successful entertainment.
February 24th we had our first case of "Flu" in
the school. Practically the entire student body
came down and many were very sick but all recov
Dr. L. L. Culp made two trips to the school giving
medical advice and administering to the patients
down with the "Flu."
Miss Mable Anderson, Federal Food Demonstra
tor, paid the school a visit recently.
With practically all the children sometime during
the month down with the "Flu" there was not one
word of complaint from the Indians regarding the
care of the children. This is commendable. There
was no losses due to good care and hard work.
Mr. Moon, mail carrier, made his first trip in
the auto March 24th.
The Indians are looking forward with anticipation
to the spring annuity. The stores are getting their
supplies for it.
Kay gway tah be tung was at the school March
24. He had been in poor health all winter and
The Indians at Mequani Bay expect to cut out a
new piece of road there, doing away with the gate
trouble which has been a source of a great deal
of complaints the last few years.
There are only one or two parties in the Cross
Lake district the last year that have been bucking
the school. The head man of this is Go day zhee.
George Kane of Mosquito Brook was a caller at
the school recently. He has been in poor health
A number of Cross Lake Indians worked all win
ter in the logging camp. One of the best men the
foremen had the past winters wears long hair and
with his own team, purchased with annuity money,
can deliver the goods.
Alva Burns purchased a nice team of mares from
the reimbursable regulations.
Geo. Blakely expects to have a new team purch
ased this spring for him.
Barney Perkins has had considerable land clear
ing done this spring.
Roy Cloud, school boy, is in the Red Lake hospit
al with a broken leg.
There was a government car on the ice on the
lake March 25. It must have been fine traveling.
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