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AN ASSOCIATION ESTAB-
LISHED FOR THE BETTER-
MENT OF INDIAN
All those who wish to join the
Grand Council of American In
dians, recently organ izedjat Wash
ington, D. should apply to
George Tinker, secretary, Paw
hauska, Oklahoma, and enclose one
dollar as a fee for a membership.
Mr. Tinker will, upon application,
furnish full information to any
person who may wish to join the
association. The 6 percent and 4 per cent
Frank 0. Beaulieu.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
White Earth, Minn.
D. B. Henderson
Attorney at Law
915 Evans Bldg.,
Washington, D. C.
apcrs drawn for conveying reservation lends
WHITE EARTH, MINNESOTA
Dr. Albert A. Campbell
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention given to dis
eases of the Eye, Ear, Nose
Eyes tested. Glasses fitted
Call me by telephone day or
Carbonated Drinks, baKery
A full line of
Call and investigate.
Chas. Fairbanks, Prop.
WHITE EARTH, MINT
Is an innovation, calculated to pro
mote the interest of the farmers
settling upon the White Earth
LIBERAL SALE AND PREPAYMENT
Your inquiries are invited.
Henry W. Warren, Agt.
White Earth, Minn.
COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Solicitor in Chancery
Intelior Department Practice.
Indian Law a Speciality.
Address West DePere, Wis.
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things belonging to his personal,
or to his tribal affairs.
Recognize that your pay check
is due to the liberty the Bureau
has taken with the public funds of
An as the Chippewa pays,
don't you think he is right in ex
pecting a common exhibition of
It should be remembered too
that the rule of courtesy works
INDIAN FAIR AT
An Indian Fair will be held at
Beauheu on the 24, 25 and 26th of
On Monday the 24th, there will
be an exhibition of Indian bead
work and fancy work brought in
by the Indians. Supper will be
served in the school house.
Tuesday evening there will be a
Baby Contest, and on Wednesday
the premiums on the best exhibits
will be given out. All are wel
Indian School to be Im
proved This Fall.
Fort Yatf B, N. D.Representa
tive P. D. Norton, during his first
visit hore, advised that work
should begin this fall on $50,000
worth of improvements to the In
dian school, for which he had
obtained an appropriation during
the last session. Mr. Norton will
aUo ask an appropriation for an
electrict light plant to suppjy the
agency buildings and such private
consumers as may care to buy the
Once upon a time the White
Earth Boarding School and village
was promised electric lights but
the lighting failed to strike al
though the appropriation was
NOTICE TO STOCK OWNERS.
Notice is hereby given that per
sons owning stock must keep the
same off of my premises or be
liable for damage done.
L. M. KENT,
White Earth, Minn. 96'17.
Ask for my September prices
on your favorite. It will
pay you to renew now, at
the present low rates,
even if you subscrip
tions do not expire
for some time to
Eead the "ALL STORY
WEEKLY" on sale
Wage's Stationery Store.
White Earth, Minn.
WHITE EARTH HALL
EVERY TUESDAY and SATUR-
Come and enjoy yourself twice
Admission 10 and 15 cts.
5&MJS*3F%J~"i T* "*i "i.5
News of White Earth
know not what toe trutm mmy be,
I teU Item 'twas told to me."
E. C. Lerche and family autoed
to Detroit and return last Thurs
Attorney F. D. Beaulieu trans
acted business in Moorhead last
Allen Beaupre and daughter,
Lucile, and son Paul, were visitors
at the State Fair last week.
The heavy frost last Sunday
night put the finishing touch on
the gardens in this vicinity.
Martin Branchaud, of Lake
Grove, was a White Earth visitor*
the first of the week.
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Martin has been
seriously ill the past week.
B. L. Fairbanks left Wednes
day morning on a business trip to
St. Paul and Minneapolis.
C. W. Wilkinson, of Nay-tah
wausb, was a business caller at the
Agency on Saturday last.
Mrs George LaDoux and daugh
ter, of Waubun, were White
Earth callers on Tuesday.
Edmund Bplland has resigned
his position at Gilbert, Minn., and
returned home Tuesday evening.
Rev. E. O. Kah-O Sed returned
the first of the wenk from an ex
tended visit with relatives in Can
Miss Vivian Parker returned
home Monday morning from a
visit with relatives at Devils Lake,
Mrs. Taddy Donnell, who under
wont an operation for appendicitis
last Saturday, is reported as being
FoundOne automobile crank,
owner can have same by calling at
this office, identifying property
and paying for this notice.
Mrs. Ralph Reese, a member of
this reservation now residing at
El Paso, Texas, is visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. George
Libby in this vilhge.
Supt. Pierce, of the Flandreau,
So. Dak., Indian school, left the
latter part of last week with sev
eral pupils for the Flandreau
FOR SALEHouse and barn
for sale cheap if taken at once.
Might consider second hand car in
trade. WriteC. P. Holstein,
102 6th Ave. South, Moorhead,
Richard Chesley, a young man
member of this reservation now a
sailor in Uncle Sam's Navy and
located at the Great Lakes train
ing station near Chicago, is home
on a short furlough.
Alex McKenzie, of Ogema, was
a visitor in our midst last Friday.
Paul, the 4-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Wage, was taken
suddenly ill with convulsions last
Monday and for a time was
seriously sick, later reports how
ever say that he is out of danger.
Mrs. Ida Tobin and daughter
Eurene arrived the first of the
week from Clarinda, Iowa. Mrs.
Tobin will fill the position of
seamstress at the boarding school
here. Miss Eurene will return to
Clarinda after a short visit with
On Monday night occurred the
death of Ge-way-gah bow quay,
one of the oldest members of this
reservation, at her home in this
village. Deceased was the grand
mother of Julius H. Brown, and
was born in Washington county
near the sice where the city of
Stillwater now stands in 1823, and
was therefore in 94th year of her
age. The funeral was held Wed
nesday from the Catholic church
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by his firm.
NATIONAL. BANK OF COMMERCE,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system Testimonials
sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sojid
by all Druggists. i
Take Hall i amlly P1H for constipation.
Within the Car.
The passenger gave no heed.
Still was the passenger oblivious.
"By the ejaculatory term 'fare,'"
ald the conductor. "I imply no ref
erence to the state of the weather,
tbe complexion of the admirable
blonde you observe in the contiguous
*cat, nor even to the quality of serv
ice vouchsafed by this philanthropic
corporation. I merely allude, in a
manner perhaps lacking I* JeHcacjr,
but not in conciseness, to the monetary
obligation set up by your presence in
this car, and suggest that without con
tempering your celerity with enunci
ati^n you liquidate."
At this point the passenger emerged
from hi* trance Tit-Bits.
"Say," said the farmer, who was n*
loading potatoes at the grocery, "d
you believe that story about little
George Washington and the hatchet
*Ad the cherry tree?"
"Don't ask me," laughed the grocer.
"Well, 1 think it is probably true.
I've got a boy ten years old at home,
and after he had teased me *or a yea?
or so I bought him a boy's ax."
And did be cut down your favorite
"He did a heap better than that
He cut down most of the apple or
"And did he tell a lie about ft?"
"Nope. Owned up Ilk* a little
"And, like Washington, you praised
"Unlike Washington, I didn't do
any such blamed thing. 1 gave him
hiding on the spot, and have licked
htm once a day since and am going
to keep it up until kt Is twenty-five
Extra Grand Mil
Of Ladles Fall and
Winter Hats at
Beginning September 14th and con
tinuing one week.
We Carry a Full Line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, Dry Goods
Boots and Shoes
Our Aim is to Please.
Livery and Bus Line
Good Rigs, Careful Drivers,
Having leased tie Leecy livery, barn for the purpose
of going into the business right we will be glad to
meet all our old friends and make new ones.
Bus Line and Livery
Bus to and From all Trains
Livery Service to Ogema and all points on
Charges Reasonable. Phone 30/.
TO THE NORTH AMERI-
If you are interested in the welfare of your race, you
can assist the cause to a great extent by subscribing for
The only strictly Indian newspaper in American.
A. GOOD SCHOOL
that guarantees satisfactory work
or refunds tuition. One mouth's
tuition free while you investigate.
Write for catalog.
UTERSTATE BWI1ESS COLLEGE, Firgo, 1.0.
One Year $1.50 Six Months 75c.
All Subscriptions Must Be Paid In Advance.
New F. & M.
Yon can make big money selling
our guaranteed Trees, Fruits.
Roses, etc. W pay highest com
missions every week. Free outfit
and ar expenses.
Blue Mound Nursery Co.,
^est Allis, Wi
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