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The Tomahawk. [volume] (White Earth, Becker County, Minn.) 1903-192?, September 25, 1919, Image 8

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Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a local disease, greatly in
fluenced by constitutional conditions, and
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cine is taken internally and acts thru
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Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
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The Saturday Evening Post
Every
Thursday.
STATIONERY
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Subscriptions taken
to all
Magazines and Newspapers
Lowest Clubbing Rates.
Wage's Stationery Store.
White Earth, Minn
A. 0, SLETVOLD
LAWYER
PRACTICES IN ALL COURTS.
Notary Public Telephone 175.
Offici Over Security Stile Bank
Detroit, Minnesota.
Denninson Wheelok
COUNSELLOR AT LAW
and
Solicitor in Chancery
Interior Department Practice.
Indian Law a Speciality.
511 Mineham big., Green Bay,Wis.
J. H. BALDWIN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Frazee, Minn.
Frank D. Beaulieu.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Wbito Eaitft, Mian.
JOHN LEECY
Notary Public
pipers drive ter ceevejief retenitiee lands
WHITE EARTH. MINNESOTA
White Earth
Bus and Ex
press Line.
P. C. MARTIN, Prop.
Let me do your
DRAYINO
oetween White Earth and Ogeraa.
My prices are right, and satis*
faction guaranteed.
White Earth, Minn.
BIG SURPRISE TO
MANY IN THIS TOWN
Those who hay used it here are
astonished at the INSTANT action
of simple buckthorn hark, glycer
ine* etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka.
Becanse it flushes the alimentary
tract COMPLETELY Adler-i-ka re
Veres ANT CASE constipation,
our stomach or gas. It removes
such surprising foul matter that a
few doses often relieve or prevent
appendicitis A short treatment
helps chronic stomach trouble.
L. I. HAMILTON,
DKVGCIST.
Ogema, Minn,
SOCIETY OF AMERICAN
INDIANS.
The Annual Conference of the
Society of American Indians will
meet in Minneapolis, Minn., next
Thursday, October 2nd, for a
three days' session. The confer
ence this year will devote much
time to the question of freedom
and ful.' citizenhip for the Indian.
All progressive Chippewas are
urged to attenJ the meeting which
promises to be the largest and
moat important one ever held. In
dians everywhere should take a
great interest in this organization
which is doing all in its power to
place the American Indian where
he rightfully belongsa true, God
fearing, Liberty-loving American
citizen.
Defends Sitting Ball.
In our issue of September 11th
we made mention of a communica
tion we had received from a sub
scriber at Cloquet, Minn., in
which, referring to the activities
of James I. Coffey, he likens him
to Sitting Bull, the noted Sioux
chief, but as the communication
was not signed, only as "A
Reader", we Jdid not publish it.
Last week another of our subscrib
ers, Mr. James Irving, a full
blood Yankton Sioux and editor of
the Woodstock News, at Wood
stock, Minn., in a communication
to this office, takes exception to
"A Reader's" comparison of James
I. Coffey to the late Sioux chief,
and requests that for the benefit of
"A Reader" we publish his letter,
which we print below:
Woodstock, Minn.,
Sept. 15, 1919.
Editor,ToMAHAWK,
White Earth, Minn.
Dear Sir:
I obaerued in last week's TOMA
HAWK where "A Reader" likens
James I. Coffey to Sitting Bull.
For the benefit of ''A Reader" I
wish to say this much about Sitting
Bull. Sitting Bull did not cause
the government any more trouble
than the government caused him,
he was merely opposed to being a
slave and confined under the res
ervation system.
If Sitting Bull was alive today
he would be a member of the
Society of American Indians, and
also the Indian Rights Association,
and would be fighting for the
rights of his people. He fought
and died bravely for a principle.
Did he not shake his finger in the
face of a President and said, "I'll
never be a reservation Indian."
He was a friend of his people be
cause he was one of them. Now
days only politicians who need
jobs are appointed and paid to be
friends of the Indian.
Sitting Bull needs no apologies.
Jnmes Irving,
Yankton Sioux.
Advertise in THE TOMAHAWK
it brings results.
Drawbacks In Polities,
"Do you advise me to take up di
plomacy as a career?" asked the
young man who is politically ambt
Moos.
"I don't believe I should." answered
Senator Sorghum "the silence im
posed is Ukel) to spoil the statesman'*
form as a conuiar sacur"
Hotel
HI A WA THA
Norman McArthur Prop.
Board by Day or Week. Good
Meals, Clean Beds.
Livery in Connection.
Buss Meets all Trains
WrHITE
EARTH, Minnesota.
Minnesota Chippewa In
dian Gets Patent on
Road Machine.
We are in receipt of a com
munication from William F.
Lyons, a Chippewa Indians, 207
Pennsylvania Ave., Washington,
D. to the effect that he has
just been granted a patent on a
new type of road making machine.
No details 'were given in the
letter, but Mr. Lyons assures us
his patent is a great success and
that before long it will be in uni
versal use all over the country.
Mr. Lyons claims the distinction
of being the first Chippewa Indian
who was ever granted a patent.
Soldiers Will Receive
Donus.
AH regular soldiers discharged
will receive the bonus and milage
allowance awarded national army
men, under the terms of a bill
just passed by Congress.
Lieut. Colonel E. L. Hooper,
army recruiting officer for the
Minnesota district, has been
notified that all regular army men
who are discharged to re enlist or
who leave the service, will receive
the bonus.
Heretofore this money has not
been payable to any but National
Guard and National Army men.
News of White Earth
and Vicinity.
kmmw not wHmt iSe Irmtlt mmy
I tell It ma 'twas toll ta ma."
Mrs. Maggie Porter is visiting
relatives in Fosston this week.
Read the Vogue Store Co.'s add
on this page.
Now is the time to pay that
Subscription.
Mart Bisson, of Mahnomen, was
a White Earth visitor last Friday.
Dr. Campbell, of Ogeraa, was a
professional caller here on Tues
day.
Geo. Blair is nursing a very sore
hand, the result of having it run
through with a rusty nail.
Mr. A. D. McDonelf, of Duane,
transacted business in White Earth
during the past week.
L. D. Davis, of Waubun, was a
business caller here the latter part
of last week.
Peter Giard arrived home the
first of the week after two months
spent in the harvest fields of North
Dakota.
O. W. Dummert was in Pons
ford the first of the week on
business connected with the
agency.
Michael LaChappelle has pur
chased the Florence Dahl residence
in the village and moved his fam
ily there last week.
Miss Ellen Spry, who has been
spending her leave of absence at
her home in Callaway, returned to
her duties as cook at the agency
hospital the first of the week.
STRAYEDTwo small pigs
which I purchased at the govern
ment sale on the 15th inst. Liberal
reward for their return, Charles
Fairbanks, White Earth, Minn.
Don't miss the 3rd episode of
the big serial "Elmo the Mighty,"
at the motion picture show Satur
day evening, September 27th, yon
will like each new episode better
than the la3t. Also Saturday
evening"The Gun Runner,"
featuring Neal Hart, and a good
comedy. Next Tuesday, Sept. 30,
"His Death", featuring Sussne
Hyakawa a picture deciphering
the life of a gambler and how he
paid his last big bet. No advance
in prices.
Mrs. Clara Baker, who operates
a lunch room in Fargo, requests
us to mention that she has turned
the business over to her daughter,
Pearl. The place of business will
hereafter be known as "Pearl's
Lunch."
Miss Vivian Parker, who is
employed as a stenographer in the
War Department at Washington,
D. returned home last Friday
for a short visit with relatives
here. Miss Parker left Tuesday
evening to visit her father at Red
Lake, she was accompanied by
Mrs. B. L. Fairbanks.
The Mahnomen Wildcats went
to Stillwater last Saturday where
they played two games with the
Stillwater team, the Mahnomen
boys were badly beaten in both
games. The score in the first game
was 11 to 2 and in the second 23 to
3. To far from home boys.
IN PROBATE COURT.
Citation for Hearing on Petition for
Administration.
State of Minnesota, County of Beck
er, in Probate Court.
In the matter of the estate of Fred
Casebeer, Decedent.
The State of Minnesota to Joseph H.
Casebeer, and all persons interested
in the granting of administration of
the estate of said decedent: The peti
tion of Joseph H. Casebeer having
been tiled in this Court, representing
that Fred Casebeer, then a resi
dent of the County of Becker, State
of Minnesota, died intestate on the
30th day of September, 1918 and
praying that letters of administra
tion of his estate be granted to
Joseph H. Casebeer, and the Court
having fixed the time and place for
hearing said petition:
THEREFORE, You, and Each of
You, are hereby cited and required
to show cause, if any you have, be
fore this Court at the Probate Court
Rooms, in the Court House, in the
City of Detroit, in the County of
Becker, State of Minnesota, on the
13th day of October, 1919, at 10 o'clock
A.M., why said petition should not
be granted.
Witness the Judge of said Court,
and the Seal of said Court, this 16th
day of September 1919.
E. O. HANSON,
Probate Judge.
(COURT SEAL)
FRANK D. BEAULIEJJ,
Attorney for Petitioner.
White Earth, Minn.
Agriculture In England.
The British agricultural returns Just
published, show a decrease of 67,800(
acres in the total cultivated area of the
United Kingdom, representing a money
loss to the country of at least a quartet
of million sterling per an'.inn, unless
recovered in approaching years. Th
chief cause of this step backward to
ward barbarism seems to be the way in
which fenced meadow land has h*n
left to become, technically, "unculuV
rated," by reason of the fences, on be
ing broken down or becoming rotten,
not being renewed. To how pitiable
an exhaustion of agricultural capital
this points we need hardly say. Other
discouraging features are a decline in
the number of milch cows. considers
ble decrease in corn-growing, soma
partial abandonment even of root
..rops and a steadily increasing depend
ence on the mere graving farming of
poor and backward estates*, The in
creased acreage devoted to fruit-grow
ing, especially bush fruit, is a grot
ign so also is an increase in tie nuns
bar of horses, of pigs and of ahsspw
Gttttfcm Orophio.
COATS
DRESSES
SKIRTS WAISTS
MILLINERY
Leecy's
DA YLIGHT
When Visiting Fargo
EAT AT
Pearl's Lunch
527 IROAOWAT.
Just*4 doors north of Ford Building.
Fargo, N. D.
LADIES
We invite you to our store when in Detroit.. We ere showing far
greater and better stocks than ever before and always at Popular Prices.
Come In And Let Us Show You
All Sizes
A
Low Prices.
Infants and Chlldrens' Wear.
STORE
General Merchants
We Garry a Full Line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, Dry Goods
Boots and Shoes
Our Aim Is to Please
IfkHISI I FFaT'Y WHITE EARTH,
%M\JM#/- LmL.L.As MINNESOTA.
TO THE NORTH AMERI
CAN INDIANS
If you are interested in the welfare of your race, you
can assist the cause to a great extent by subscribing
The Tomahawk,
The only strictly Indian newspaper in American.
Year $1.50 Six Months 75.
All Subscriptions Must Be Paid In Advance.
J. J. SELKIRK & CO.
Dealers in
Fine Confections, Cigars and
Tobacco,
Fancy Groceries
White Earth, Minn.
mm***
4for
A GOOD SCHOOL
that guarantees satisfactory work
or refunds tuition. One month's
tuition free while you investigate.
Write for catalog.
IITEKTATEalttllES COLLEGE, Firn, 1.0.
SHOES SWEATERS
UNDERWEAR HOSIERY
APRONS
The Vogue Co.
DETROITS ONLY EXCLUSIVE LADIES' CHILDREN'S' APPAREL SHOP.
DETROIT. MINNESOTA.
I
Advertise in The Tomahawk
it brings results.
tm
All Sizes
At
Low Prices.

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