Frank D. Beaulieu.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
White Earth, Minn.
A. O. SLETVOLD
PRACTICES IN ALL COURTS.
Notary Public Telephone 175.
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J. H. BALDWIN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Solicitor in Chancery
Interior Department Practice.
Indian Law a Speciality.
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Junior ActiveIndians under 21
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Application for membership should
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er, Society of American Indians,
707 20th Street, Washington, D.
C. Information regarding the
Society will be cheerfully furnish
ed upon inquiry to the Secretary
Treasurer, Washington, D. C.
Dr. CHARLES EASTMAN,
Death of Mrs. Frank
On Sunday morning the people
of this village were shocked to
learn that Mrs. Frank Brunette
had suddenly died. Mrs. Brunette,
before her marriage to Mr. Frank
Brunette, was Miss Pbilomena
Giard. It has been learned that
Mrs. Brunette had been in poor
health for over a year and, just
previous to her death, was arrang
ing her affairs preparatory to go
ing to the Fosston hospital for
Mrs. Brunette was a person of
exceptional womanly qualities, in
dustrious and a model housekeeper,
a constant and charitable neighbor
and a devoted and affectionate
Besides her husband she leaves
an aged mother and several sisters
and brothers to mourn her early
demise. She was a devoted mem
ber of the Catholic church, from
which place the funeral was held
on Tuesday morning.
HE TOMAHAWK joins with her
many friends in extending sym
pathy and condolence to the bethe
reaved husband and family.
PROMOTE INDIAN CLERK.
Intelligence has reached this
office that William R. Beyer, at
one time a clerk at this agency and
who several .years past has held
the position of chief clerk at the
Yankton agency, South Dakota,
previous to which he held a like
position at the Santa Fe school, in
New Mexico, has received an ap
pointment as traveling auditor for
the Indian Bureau, entering upon
his duties the 12th of last month.
He has not been advised yet as to
Read TH E TOMAHAWK, 52 issue
$1.50. Citution For Hearing: On Final Ac
count And For Distribution.
State of Minnesota, County of Bec
ker. In Probate Conrt.
In the Matter of the Estate of
No-din-aince or Annie Jackson, De
Tiie State of Minnesota to Edward
Jackson, and all other persons inter
ested in the final account and dis
tribution of the estate of said de
cedent: The representative of the
above named decedent, having filed
in this Court his final account of the
administration of the estate of said
decedent, together with his petition
praying the adjustment and allow
ance of said final account and for
distribution of the residue of said
estate to the persons thereunto en
THEREFORE. You, and each of
You, are hereby cited and required
to show cause, if any you have, before
this' Court, at the Probate Court
Room in the Court House in the City
of Detroit, in the County of Becker,
State of Minnesota, on the 24th day of
March, 1919, at 10 o'clock A. If.-, why
said petition should not be granted.
WITNESS, The Judge of said
Court, and the seal thereof, this 26th
day of February, 1910.
E O. HANSON,
FRANK D. BEAUI/IEU.
Attorney for Petitioner.
White Earth, Minn.
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Earth and Ogema.
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Indians Invented Cam
"Camouflage is as old as the
storm god of Indian folk lore,"
said Chief Strongheart, who re
cently returned from France where
he is credited with having done
more for the fighting traditions of
his race than any other American
"The Indians were the true in
ventors of camouflage," said the
chief, who will go to his Yakima
reservation in Washington state
after a brief Eastern visit. "They
discovered its advantages in their
earliest conflicts. When a battle
was to take place in a forest in the
summer months, the warriors
would paint their bodies green,
with a dash of other colors to
produce the exact blend with sur
roundings. They even sketched
birds and sraail animals ou their
bodies to make the effect'more
realistic. If the battle was to take
place when autumn had withered
the leaves and touched them into
gold, splashes of brown and yel
low made the warriors blend with
"The trick, wherT artfully
turned, resulted in great victories.
Many early bettlers were taken
into captivity by u&e of camou
"The Fnnch were quick to
visualize its enormous advantages
in the war just closed and prompt
ly carried the art to its peake."
Chief Strongheart was rejected
by the army because, as a leader
of Indian scouts in the service of
the United States in Mexico in
1910, he received a shot in the leg
in a skirmish with Mexicans. Be
fore being wounded he killed two
Mexicans and took seven prison
Realizing his un6tness for mili
tary service, the chief toured
America for army recruits. After
an address in front of the Newgrapher
York public library one day 233of
men enlisted. Two hundred more
volunteered in New Jersey and
Massachuetts. Heading west from
New York, he spoke in large cities
for the Liberty Loan and War
Thrift Stamp drives. During his
campaign he wore his native dress,
including the head feathers.
Chief Strongheart says that over
18,000 American Indians went to
France with the Americau Expe
ditionary force, most of them serv
ing as scout. He cited an incident
where five Indians enabled the
Americans to capture 13,000
THINK IN INTEREST SAVE
On to Him.
"I can't live properly on $75 a week,"
complained the young man. "Yes, you
can," said his guardian. "The real
trouble is you want to live improp-
Favors Absolute Abstention.
A recent report of British experts
favors absolute abstention from
strong drink, but supports the use of
light wines and liquors.
Safety First In Canoes.
Rule 41144When It Is necessary
for two persons to change seats in a
canoe, run the canoe to the bank and
let one of the occupants step out on
dry land.Rochester Herald.
To get, we must give to accumu
late, wc must scatter to make our
selves happy, we must make others
'iappy.C. H. Spurgeon.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly ln
fluenced by constitutional conditions, and
In order to cure Jt you must take an
Internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine is taken internally and acts thru
the blood on the mucous surfaces of the
system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was
prescribed by one of the best physicians
in this country for years. It is com
posed of some of the best tonics known,
combined with some of the best blood
purifiers. The perfect combination of
the ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine Is what produces such wonderful
results In catarrhal conditions Send for
testlmonialafree. F. J. CHENKT CO.. Props., Toledo, O.
All Druggists. 75c.
Hall's Family PUTs for constipation.
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FOR SALEPotatoes for sale.
Inquire at this office.
Geo. H. Fletcher left Sunday night
on a business trip to St. Paul.
John Geos, of Pine Point, was
visiting in the village last Friday.
B. L. Fairbanks left Tuesday on
a business trip to Red Lake and
Mrs. Libby Miller, of Fosston,
is visiting with relatives in the
Charles Leith, county surveyor,
Mahnomen county, transacted
business at the agency office here
the first of the week.
David Bel land arrived home the
first of the week, having been
honorably discharged from mili
P. C. Martin has been awarded
the contract for carrying the mail
between this village and Ogema
beginning the first of July, 1919.
Miss Elsie Gardener, of the
hospital force, left the first of the
week for her home in Mahnomen,
where she was called by the illness
of her mother
J. B. Louzon, who has been
spending the winter with his
daughter, Mrs. Alfred Lego, at
Cloquet, Minn., returned home
during the week.
A J. Powers, of the agency
office force, who recently recovered
from his second attack of the flu,
left last Friday for his home in
Granite Falls, Minn., where he
will remain until he fully recuper
ates from his recent ill health.
Charles McDonald, who just re
cently accepted a position as steno
for Mr. Rahilly, examiner
inheritance at the agency office,
has resigned and left the first of
the week 4o accept a position with
an elevator company at Sutton,
We are in receipt of a communi
cation from Dr. L. A. Feldman,
formerly agency physician here,
in which he states that he is now
located in Brooklyn, N. Y., and is
doing well. The doctor expressed
a desire to be remembered to all
his White Earth friends.
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I know of no more encouraging fact
than the unquestionable ability of man
to elevate his life by a conscious en
deavor. It is something to be able to
p:iint a particular picture or to carve
a statue, and so to make a few objects
boar.tiful, but it is far more glorious
to carve and paint the very atmos
phere and medium through which we
look, which morally we can
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of accident, or sickness, or unusual expence
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I have Eastern clients who authorize me to buy Liberty
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them. Call at my office if you havejto sell your bonds.
Or, write or phone me.
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