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To the voters of Becker county: I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Register of Deeds for Becker county, subject to the will of the people as expressed at the general election. If elected I pledge the taxpayers and voters to run the office according to law. I am not the candidate of any po litical faction, and I stand unequiv cally for a square deal for all the people. I pledge a one hundred per cent loyal support to our state and nation in this war for world democ racy. Thanking the voters of the county in advance for any favors shown me during the campaign and election, I am, Very truly yours, PHILIP S. CONVEBSE. Detroit, Minn., May 23, 1018. FOR COUNTY- TREASURER To the Voters of Becker County: I hereby announce myself as a can didate for election to the office of County Treasurer of Becker County. I will appreciate your support at the poll in November. J. M. CONXKLL. Richwood, Minn., July 10, 1918. FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS To the Voters of Becker County: I hereby announce that I am a candidate for re-election to my second term as Register of Deeds for Becker County, Minn. Your good will and support at the coining elec tion will be appreciated. Yours truly, Ole Nelson. Dated, Detroit, Minn., July 1, 1918. Frank D. Bsaulieu. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Wilts Earth, Ma. A OSLETVOLD LAWYER PRACTICE3 IN ALL COURTS. Notary Public Telephone 175. Offict Offr Swirirj State Ink Detroit, Minnesota. J. H. BALDWIN ATTOUET AT LAW Frazee, Minn. Denninson Wheelok COUNSELLOR AT LAW ail Silicltir ii Cbiieifi Interior Department Practice. Indian Law a Speciality. 511 Mineham big., Green Bay,Wis. R. P. Broker Confectionery, Cigar* and Tobaooo Having purchased the pool room and confection ery business formerly op erated by E. Donnell in old Selkirk building, 1 solicit a share of your patronage. Yon can Play Pool while waiting for a shave or hair cut, as the Barber Shop in connection with my lusi ness is ever st your service. EARTH, Soldiers May Vote at the Coming Election. Soldiers and sailors in the ser vice of the United States, no mat ter where they are situated, can vote at the election this fall by arrangements made by the Minne sota Commission of Public Safety. The following communication from J. A. Narum, Auditor of Becker County, is self-explanatory. "To Relatives and Friends of Soldiers and Sailors: The Minnesota Commission of Publie Safety has made provision whereby all men in the military and naval service, whether within or without the United States, may vote a* the coming election. "Application for ballots to be made to the County Auditor of the county where the absent voter is entitled to vote. "Application can be made by the absent voter or by a voter of the election district wherein the absent voter resides or by any relative of the absent voter resid ing in Minnesota. "The application must be made on a form provided for that pur pose, and the applicant must sub scribe to the oath printed on the back the form and send or deliver the application to the, County Auditor. "It is intended to supply banks and newspapers with the blanks. J. A. Narum, County Auditor." GET READY for the Fourth Liberty Loan. From Our Soldier Boys. ('amp Stuart, Newport News, Va. Mrs. R. P. Fairbanks, White Earth, Minn. Dear Mother: Received your loving letter this evening and certainly was pleased to hear from you. Well, we are transferred to this camp for overseas service and may sail most any time. This certainly is a swell place, the climate is just like dear old Minnesota, and the scenery here is great. Aeroplanes in the air al most all the time. There are 4 training stations here, 3 military and 1 naval. I suppose you have heard of Hampton Roads, that is just 12 miles out from camp. There are also naval shipyards here. Well, we "INCOMPETENT In dians" from the Reservation have not done so bad. Tad, Ray, Myron and myself are sergeants, and Robt. Fairbanks and Johnson King are corporals, and in fact nearly all the Indians here are officers. News is rather scarce so will close with love to all, Yoi'r loving son, Sergeant Martin R. Gravelle, Co. M. 54th Pioneer Inf., U. S. A. American Ex. Forces, Via New York City P. O. GET READY for the Fourth Liberty Loan. News of White Earth and Vicinity. f* ft as 'twas sM Minn. GET READY for the Fourth Liberty Loan: Hunters report that prairie chickens and ducks are very scarce this season. Walter Williams returned last Saturday night from a visit to his old home in Alexandria, Minn. B. L. Fairbanks returned Satur day night from a business trip to Red Lake. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bigbear died Tuesday afternoon. Norbert Beaulieu returned last week from visit to Flandreau and other points in South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Beaupre and family autoed to Detroit and return last Friday. Peter Trotteshaud, who has charge of the "Old Folks Home" at Beaulieu, was an agency caller during the week. Omar Gravelle autoed down from Red Lake the first of the week for a short visit with friends and relatives here. Now is the time to pay that subscription. Wm. Warren, member of this reservation, who for the past sev eral years has been farming in Montana, arrived here with his wife last week for an extended stay. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hull have returned to their home here after spending several months st Hib bing, Minn., where Mr. Hull was employed with a plumbing & beat ing concern. Found--A grey mackinaw, on the road between this village and the Catholic cemetery. Owner can have same by calling at this office, identifying property and paying for this notice. FOR SALE CHEAPOne com fortable five room cottage with screened porch occupying two large lots completely fenced with woven wire including large barn, chicken house aud ice house. Part cash down and terms to suitbuyer. Inquire of Frank D. Beaulieu, White Earth, Minn. Adv. Mrs. George Berry and daugh ters, Marvel and Mattie, nave made and presented to. the village of White Earth a large Service Flag, containing some forty stars. A line has been stretched across the main street and on which the flag is suspended every fair day. It is probable that there are double the number of White Earth boys in both the military service than that which is noted on the flag. i The Goat's Feet. Did you ever notice the shape and the bullrl of goat's foot? Its fitness for rock climbing: is only one sign ot God's marvelous care in fitting his creatures for the kind' of work they must do. The Hardiest Palm. The hardiest palm at all common is California's Trachycnrpus excelsus, known as the windmill palm. Not alone Is It hardy in withstanding low temperatures, but It is tough and wilt endure rough treatment Carbons In Are Lamps. A group of European electricians decided, after experimenting, that bet ter results were obtainable by placing the carbons in arc lamps horizontally and one slightly above the other. o Versatile Windmill. A windmill In Europe grinds grain to flour for a baker and then mixes and kneads It Into dough. Hold Up Your Head. A pig's nose to nearly always lalas ground. Finest line of Stationery and I School Supplies MAGAZIN E Subscriptions. Wip's Stitimry Stars. White Earth, Minn. Political Announcements. Inserted bv the person named in each announcement and paid for at our regular rates. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY To the Voters of Becker County: I hereby announce that I am a can didate for re-election to the office of County Attorney for Becker County. Your good will and support will be appreciated. Yours truly, HENRY N. JENSON. Detroit, Minn., July 10, 1918. FOR REPRESENTATIVE To the Voters of Becker County: I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the legislature from Bec ker county, the Sixty-third District, and respectfully.solicit your support during the campaign and your vote at the November election. Yours truly, N. P. HANSON. Westbury, Minn., May 27, 1918. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY To the Voters of Becker County: I hereby announee my candidacy for the office of County Attorney Now serving my fourth year as City Attorney of the City of Detroit. Fair and equal treatment for all. Your support at the polls will be appreci ated. A. O. SLETVOLD. Detroit, Minn., July 1,1918. FOR COUNTY AUDITOR To the Voters of Becker County: I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of County Audit or of Becker County, and respectfully solicit your support during the coming campaign, Yours truly, E. J. BKSTICK. Detroit, Minn., July 1,1918. Sale of School and Other State Lands. State of Minnesota State Auditor's Office. St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 9. 9118. Notice is hereby given that on Nov. 6, 1918, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the office of the county auditor, at Detroit, Becker county, in the State of Minne sota, 1 will offer for sale certain un sold state lands and also those state lands which have reverted to the state by reason of the nonpayment of interest. Terms of Sale: Fifteen per cent of the purchase price is payable to the County Treas urer at the time of sale. The unpaid balance is payable at any time in whole or in part within forty years from the date of sale, interest rate of four per cent per annum, due On June 1st, of each year provided, that the interest can be paid at any time with in the interest year without penalty. In effect, this means that the interest money may be paid any time between June first and May thirty-first with out penalty. The appraised value of timber, when so stated, must be paid lu full at the time of sale. All mineral rights are reserved to the State by the laws of the State. All lands are sold subject to any and all ditch taxes thereon. Lands on which the interest has become delinquent may be redeemed at any time up to the hour of sale, or before resale, to the actual purchaser. Such lands are listed under the cap tion: "Delinquent Lands." No person can purchase more than 320 acres of land, provided, however, that State lands purchased previous to 1905, are not charged against such purchaser. No lands will be sold to an alien, unless he has secured his first pa pers. Agents acting for purchasers must furnish affidavit of authority. A ppraisers' reports showing quality and kind of soil are on file in. this office. Lists giving legal descriptions of lands to be offered may be obtained of the State Auditor or the Immigra tion Commissioner at -St. Paul, and of the County Auditor at the county seat. J. A. O. PRUE8, State Auditor. Grand Council Of American Indians. AN ASSOCIATION ESTAB- LISHED FOR THE BETT MENT OF INDIAK INTERESTS. All those who wish to join the Grand Council of American In diana, recently organised at Wash ington, D. C, should apply to George Tinker, secretary, Paw hauska, Oklahoma, andenclose 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. i Leecy's DAYLIGHT JOHN LEECY Notary Public STORE General Merchants We Carry a Full Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods Boots and Shoes Our Aim Is to Plesae JOHNLEECY, J. J. SELKIRK & CO. Dealers in Fine Confections, Cigars and Tobacco. Fancy Groceries White Earth, Minn. THE PIONEERS TORE R. P. FAIRBANKS, Prop. Dry Goods, Clothing 9 gA STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Cash Paid for Hides. White Both, Minn. 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