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Ths readers of this paper will be pleated to learn that there la at least on* dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and 'that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and acta thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur faces of the System thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the patient strength by building up the con stitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith In- the curative power of Hall's Catarrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Bold by all Druggists, 76c. Frank 0. Beaulieu. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Willi Earth. Minn. A. O. SLETVOLD LAWYER PRACTICES IN ALL COURTS. Notary Public Telephone 175. Olfici Ow Sieiril Slab lank Detroit, Minnesota. J. H. BALDWIN ATTORNEY AT LAW Frazee, Minn. Denninson Wheelok COUNSELLOR AT LAW and Solicitor In Chancery Interior Department Practice. Indian Law a Speciality. 511 Mineham big., Green Bay, Wis. White Earth Bus and Ex press Line. P. C. MARTIN, Prop. Let me do your A 1 N between White Earth and Ogeraa. My prices are right, and satis faction guaranteed. White Earth, Minn. fA i =1 "I do not believe it an exaggeration to say that no army ever before assem bled has had more conscientious and painstaking thought given to the protec tion and stimulation of Its mental, moral and physical man- Members, Of the Execu tive And Legislative Committees of the Gen eral Council. Gentlemen: Notice is hereby given that there will be a meeting of the members of the Executive and Legislative Committees Friday November 29, 1918, at Bemidji, Minnesota, for the purpose of discussing and dis posing of business pertaining to the affairs of the Chippewas of Minnesota in general a.id the ques tions to be taken up by the Legis lative Committee, at Washington, this coming winter, in particular. Discussions of any and all our af fairs will not be confined to mem bers of the Committees named and any interested person is cordially invited to attend this conference. WHAT IS* MY'BOY DOING TONIGH IIV J. G. Morrison Jr. President of the General Council of Chippewa Indians of Minnesota. "Can Do Everything." The most talked-of football play er in the world today is Joe Guy on, brilliant halfback of Georgia Tech. He is rauked as the great est all around collegiate backfield man of the present day, and the football world is curious to see what will happen when the two undefeated elevens, Georgia Tech and the University of Pittsburgh come together November 23 at Forbes Field, Pittsburgh, for united war work benefit. "There is nothing Guyon cannot doand do just a little better than his rivals," insist the admirers of the great Indian gridiron athlete. A year ago Guyon was picked by many for All-American hon ors. Some who followed his per formances through the fall season insisted he was even a greater player than his teammate, Everett Strupper. Guyon, withStrupper, constituted the greatest scoring pair in football togs a year ago and the two of them ripped to shreds every line which they faced. But this year Guyon, the only remaining member of Georgia Tech's great 1917 backfield, surely has come into his own. With Strupper, Hill and Harlan gone, the brunt of the 1918 Georgia Tech attack has fallen to Guyon. OUR FIGHTERS FIT Tells in vivid detail of the care the Govern ment is taking of your boy in his^off duty hours. A fascinating story of the life in the b'ig canton ments. Issued by the Wai and Navy Departments Commissions on Training Camp Activities In a special preface, President Wilson savs of this work: N OFFERED AS A PREMIUM TO SUBSCRIBERS hood. Every en deavor has been made to surround the men, both here and abroad, with the Kind of environ ment which a de mocracy owes to those who fight In its behalf.** wiuecu "THE TOM AH A WK" for one year SU 50 "Keeping Our Fighters Fit," the officialstory of the Training Camps. List Price .95 Subscribe Now and get Both for SI.95. Totat $2.45 ''V And the way the Indian has re sponded is a revelation. Guyon, as swift as the wind, a fearless player and possessed of prodigious strength, has been an irresistible force against every line he has charged against. No eleven has been able to halt him. He has punctured one line after another with his plunges, ran ends in a bewildering way and handed the forward pass like a master. Guyon is in almost every play Georgia Tech makesa tireless worker. When not carrying the ball he usually is heading inter ference, and when on the defen sive, it is his daring tackles that frequently halt attempts of the enemy to race down the field to wards Georgia Tech's goal line. Guyon, who is 24, began his football career at the Carlisle In dian School, taking a "prep"' course for engineering work. He is five feet eleven inches tall and weighs 184 pounds,Seattle Times. "Can Do Everything," well, that sounds heap much good, really, and to think too that "Joe" is one of our own boys, born, bred and raised here in this village. Of course bad he continued to "hang around" here it is probable that like many others of his kindred he would have been branded with the stigma of incompetency by the agency "incompetent court." Now is the time to pay that subscription. Thanksgiving Greetings. May the Cheerful Tide of Thanks giving bear Supreme Joys and Blessings Rich and Rare. News of White Earth and Vicinity. kmmw mat wmmt tmm trmtm mmy me I tmll It mm 'twm* tmU mm." Omar Gravelle, of Red Lake, arrived last Tuesday for a short visit with relatives here. Joseph Mannypenny, of Odanah, Wis., arrived the first of the week for a short visit with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Smith, who were stricken with influenza and COD fined at the agency hospital for a few days, have fully re covered. NOTICEIf you have receive] a notice that your subscription to THE TOMAHAWK has expired please call and pay it up if you want the paper continued. Payment of annuities started here Monday morning. Some an nuants received their checks through the mail while others re ceived theirs at the office. The amount is $18 per capitt. Joe DeGroat, the Ogema bar ber, came over to White Earth la*t Tuesday and remained 'during the day attending to White Earth patrons in his line. Mr. DeGroat will visit this village every Tues day hereafter and will preside over the barber's chair in the Murry pool room. Mr. Charles J. Leith, County Surveyor, Mahnomen county, paid White Earth a visit on the 21 inst. he was accompanied by his son, Frank R. Leith, of the U. S. Cruiser, Huntington, who is home on a short \iurlough. Mr. Leith has another son in the military service, Edward C. Leith, who served as a machine grnner in some of the late terrific battles on the French front, and another SOD, Joseph Leith, who served as chief shell inspector at the munition factory, Stillwater, Minn. An adopted son, Sergt. Joseph La jenness, has also served on the French front for over a year. Archie Lib by is assisting in the B. L. Fairbanks Co. store during the payment rush. Albert Dene, of Mahnomen, a railroad engineer in the U. S. Mil itary service, on the French front, was recently wounded by a shell from a bombing plane and is nOw confined in a hospital in FrabCe. Jimmie Dene, a brother of the above, is a member of King George's guard and served on the French front. Victor Parisian is also a member of the King's guard. Make the Most of Pleasure. Few young people make as much as they should of small pleasures. For many years the standards of enjoy ment have been undergoing a change and there is a tendency to think that we cannot have a good time that does not cost money. A girl's education is far from complete till she has learned to enjoy herself simply and without any money expense.Pennsylvania Grit. Love From Everyone. No matter how wise you are, every one you meet can teach you something. The young folks who are likely to grow are not the ones who pride them selves on their superior educational advantages, and look down on others from a lofty height. Be teachable. You may -miss previous chances if you meet others and pass on without learning anything from them.Girls* Companion. Concerning Eggs. The word egg occurs six times in the Old and once in the New Testa ment. Deuteronomy, 22:6 Job, 6:0, and 39:14 Isaiah, 10:15, and 59:5 Jeremiah 17:11, and Luke 11:12. Job 0:6, asks: "Can that which is un savory be eaten without snlt? or Is there any taste in the white of an egg?" Valuable to Cotton Growers. A machine has been invented for .hopping out young cotton plants, at lhe same time the crop is being culti vated. Great Iceland Coal Fields. The Iceland coal fields will supply 1S0,00O,000 tons equal quality to the Scottish coal. China's Big Canal. The Imperial Canal of China has a total length of 2,100 miles, which ex ceeds that of any other in the world. 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