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To the residents in the
vicinity of Naytabwaush
we announce that our
new fetore at Naytabwaush
is now open and ready for,
business. We carry a full
line of fresfc and up-to
a.uJ ever.) thing usually
round in a general store.
You are invited to call and
inspect our stock.
Ttia B. I Fairbanks Go.
P. F. SCHRGEOER
Suit 0 10 First National Bank
Geneial Law Practice. Especial
atton ion given to probating of
estates, examination of land
titles, and Indian matters.
A. O. SLETVOLD
PRACTICES IN ALL COURTS.
Notary Public Telephone 175.
Office Over Security State Bank
Edward L. Rogers
ATTORNEY at LAW
COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Solicitor in Chancery
Interior Department Practice.
Indian Law a Speciality.
511 Mineham blp., Green Bay,Wis.
FOR LOCAL PEOPLE
Tho simple mixture of buckthorn
bark, glycerine, etc., known as A*
ler-i-ka, astonishes local people.
Because Adler-i-ka flushes the ali
mentary tract COMPLETELY It
relieves ANY CASE constipation,
eour stomach or gas. It removes
such surprising foul matter that a
few doses often relieve or prevent
appendicitis. A short treatment
helns chronic stomach trouble. The
INSTANT easy action of Adler-Mca
L. I. HAMILTON,
Horseshoeing and Repair
t- work a Speciality.
$?. All Work Guarranteed.
W^TOM SMITH. Prop.
jC\ .CALLAWAY, Minn-
A, J. Powers,
ATTORNEY at LAW.
Frank 0. Beauiieu.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
White Earth, Minn.
J. H. BALDWIN
ATTORNEY AT LA W
Allotment Fight on Bad
River Reservation Tem
The quarter of a century fight the department of commerce needs
claims of the outs to include them
among those entitled to allotments.
When the lands were to be di
vided between members- of the
tribe, other Indians from other
reservations began to flock to thethe
Bad River reservation, some of
them it is alleged, having been
allotted already on other reserva
tions, and others not having been
allotted anywhere, but willing to
share the Bad River lands with
those who had been born there.
After attempts to divide the lands,
Dr. Wooster of Washington was
placed at the head of a commis
sion which included several In
dians. After long hearings, what
was believed to be a "final'" allot
ment was made, each allottee re
ceiving about sixty acres. A re
hearing was subsequently ha'd,
when a few changes were made.
About a mnth ago a committee
representing the outs wefat to
Washington, in which Henry
Holliday of the Twin Ports ap
peared to be the chief spokesman,
closely followed by WilliamObern.
representing the "ins:" Holliday
himself came from L'Anes, Mich.,
but received no allotment there.
He represented at the Washington
hearing about twenty who, it is
claimed, had a fair chance' to getbusiness
ou the roll'in'case of a rehearing,
and others who had less substantial
claims. The Indian affairs sub
committee took the grouurl that if
this final allotment should be re
opened, it would furnish a pre
cedent that would be followed all
over "the West. Mr. Holliday
pointed out that some Indians had
come in .from outside, and had
received allotments on Bad River,
but the committee decided that
even though then had benn some
fraudulent claims this does not
warrant granting others. The
outs asked the right to bring the
matter before the United States
court of claims, in which some of
them have been led to believe
they stand a chance of collecting
millions of dollars from the gov
Love From Everyone. i
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 without
learning anything from them.Girls'
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Order Limiting Time to File Claims
and for Hearing Thereon.
State of Minnesota, County of Beck
er, in Probate Court.
In the matter of the Estate of
j x^^v/v,-^-^ OHOUUIUS
It is Ordered,, Thaiti the time with
S3&rlanarlonf wEStTEfrffiTC- "s S W*
and the same hereby is limited to three
months from and after the dfcte here-
THE BIG TANGLE.
Reorganizing the government is
a big and delicate job DO man and
no theory should lie permitted to
run away with it. It is easy
agree with Herbert Hooter that.
between the ins and the outs on remodeling. It does. So does formance which it their intention
the Bad River Indian reservation the treasury. So does the depart
in Wisconsin over the choice lands ment of
on the reservation, appears to
have been momentarily settled by
the action of tho sub-committee oh
Indian affairs of the House
Representatives at Washington
the Indian bureau.
But it would be a great mistake
News of White Earth
PAY your subscription.
Mark Lambert, of Ogema, was
an Agency caller during the week.
E$ornto Mr. and Mrs. James
Gravelle, on Friday March 4th, a
E. P. Wakefield, of Waubun,
was a White Earth visitor the
first of the week.
'Attorney F. Beauiieu trans
acted business in Detroit on Mon
Mrs. 0 W. Mee, of Detroit,
visited friends here the fore part
of the week.
S. G. Mooers, of Detroit, was a
visitor in White Earth
the latter part of last week.
Mrs. Allen Beaupre was among
the White Earth shoppers at theAnd
county aea( last Saturday.
Albert Giard is recovering from
badly injured foot,"the result of
a slip with the axe while cutting
B. L. Fairbanks was a business
visitor at Beauiieu and Naytah
waush last Thursday and Friday.
MissLeoma Warren, who has
been attending High school at
Wahpeton, North Dakota, for the
past year, arrived home last Sat
Mrs. O. M. Hellerud, who has
been seriously ill at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Michael La
Chappelle. for the past ter days,
is reported to be slightly im
FOUNDOne pair, of ladies*
rubbers, on road between the
agency office and the District
school. Owner can have same by
identifying property and paying
for this notiee.
Becker county authorities were
notified last week that Governor
Pre us had lifted the ban on trap
ping muskrats, effective March
lt, the order covers the entire
state. Trappers may now make
the best of the remaining portion
of the season. /:..^v
In a letter received recently
from R. G. Beauiieu who has been
ue spending th winter in
Letters of Administration this day states that he paid a visit to W. having been granted" to H.
having been granted to S.J. bchafer Krostue.
W. Scott, who resides i. Dulut.
IT, tim wjxn-- IIT IIS OKDJCKJB.U, wjact
in which all creditors of the above and who at
time was telegraph
fe House at the City of Detroi_ in said since le uro mu xoi*
County, be and the same., hereby is. and now at the age or To years he
fixed and appointed as the time and _f tartv
place forbearing upon and the exam-
*a^l-ftfhrl nicix T*ktvfl*M'f claim. i s~* TT~_ %#_ *tWs*m iln/iailAnt may nraennt
Beaulieu states than Mr. Scott has
k man. or rorty
ination, adjustment and allowance of with the
such claims as shall be presented
within the time aforesaid.
Let notice hereof be given by theren
publication of this order in
and state as provided by
Dated March 1st., 1921.
ALMA C. PEDERSON,
i. J. POWERS.
Attorney for Petitioner.
Tomahawk" a weekly newspaper, wno rwiuw.111 o. Lfromahawk,' as provided by law.
printed and published in said county is train dispatcher on the iimluBn '^fjiied March 4th, 1921.
Robt. McArthur returned to
home in Minneapolis Wednesday
morning after a two weeks visit
with relatives here.
The young men and women of
the village have been verny busy
for several weeksPpastu rehearsing
to assume that any department,
however ably handled, can solve
its problems without respect to east of town last Monday morn-
D. CM' which turned down the the problems of the other branches ing. While in the act of felling a
In a certain Indian room I know
There is a picture of a
Picturesque I udian man
his long bobbed hair,
Preparing a home talent pef-
present shortly after Easter,
date will appear in
Allen Beaupre met with a pain
ful accident while cutting wood
of the executive government. Mr.
Hoover will not get very far be
fore he discovers this. It is illog- ing injuries which necessitated the
ical that a reform should be based
on any one office, and reach out to Campbell of Ogema dressed the
rest. The movement mut wound and at last reports no
begin in the heart of the system,
congress, and embrace without
prejudice the entire public ser
tree a large dead limb broke off
and struck him in the face, inflicc-
of a physician. Dr.
serious results were looked for.
His dark skin and eyes,
And turban of a coiled bandanna.
A half profile the picture is
Which shows the strength in his
The wisdom in his brow,
And gentleness in his mouth.
But in the eyes of the man
There is something so sad andreds
Which he tries to tmile away,
Just as though he had been struck
But was holding out the other
And smiling to make you give him
A caress instead of a blow.
And the more I gazed upon it,
The,more I thought
That here was also a picture
Qf the-Indian race
And its wonderful spirit.
For though we have been struck
in the face.
And it has been painful
bard to bear,
We are ready to forgive
Atid if need be,
To hold out the other cheek,
Bat for your caress.
(By Leta V. Meyers.)
HAY FOR SALE.
I have about 30 tons of choice
up-land hay for sale at my place
one mile west of the Episcopal
cWrcb, White Earth, Minn. 16.00
L. M. Kent.
Notice to Mothers.
Mothers should see that the
whole family take a thoro, purify
ing system cleansing laxative this
SjJrihg. NOW iS THE TIME. The
family will be healthier, happier
and get along better if the blood is
given a thoro purifying, the stomach
and bowels cleaned out, and the
germs of winter accumulated in the
system driven away. HOLLIS
TER'S ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
is one of the very best and surest
spring medicines to take. (Jet it
and see the difference in the whole
family. Their color will be better,
they'll eat better, sleep better, and
be well and happy. Especially good
f/ women and children. L.
Order Limiting Time to File Claims
and for Hearing Thereon.
1 State of Minnesota, County of
pecker. In Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of E
1 quay-zaince, Decedent,
.-.DUlutn, -N- Xietterss administration uiu
ipft Grow Wingg in 1874, in the ProbateD Courti Rooms,c ata thte
Northern Pacific Rail
Mr. Scott has three child
administration this day
S ORDERED, tha the ^imeenu
Wjthin which all creditors of the
above named decedenf mar present.
claims against her estate in this court,
be and the same hereby is, limited to
be be,j and the same hereby is, fixed and
appointende as the time and plac fo
hearing upon and the examination,
adjustment and allowance of such
claims as shall be presented within
and is still
jir. owwuw ,._ tfie time aforesaid.
living a married daughter notice hereof be given by the
who reside. in St Paul a son who gnblication of this orderin "The
r.rt.d 4 Trrkn TtnncrA Railroad: and a '-A'T.IMA'ITI. TTYI?TC/Y
an Iro Range Railroad and a
.FISLUUKSUJN younger daughter who is at home -jr-scHROEDER.
Clerk of Probate, is a teacher in the Fairmont Attorney for Petitioner
School at Duluth.
ga^ hereby is, fixed andre
(SEAL) Clerk oLProbate.
Trains of Corn
Asked for Starving.
Farm Bureau Calls on Counties^to
Join Nationwide Relief Project.
Two solid train loads of corn
will be the gift of Minnesota
farmers to the starving women
and children of Europe and Asia,
an appeal sentfout by the Min
nesota Farm Bureau federation is
Assured of free railroad trans
portation for every car load of
grain donated to save the lives of
starving women and children
abroad, the federation appealed to
the 45 leading corn producing
counties of the state to load 60 or
TO cars for early shipment. The
corn, relief movement in Miunesa
ta is part f a nation-wide cam
paign begun by the American
Farm Bureau federation. The
first of 3,500,000 bushels already
pledged is on the way to the sea
coast. A single county in Illinois
has loaded 16 cars.
The Minnesota corn counties
were urged to set "Corn Relief"
days, when all farmers will haul
corn to a central railroad point,
and load it on cars bearing
One Year 51.50
ers' Gift Corn" banners, and the
name of the county.
"Children are dying by hund
and thousands in famine
strtcken regions", says the
peal. "Tbey aren't your child
ren they aren't Minnesota child
ren, but they are children and
they are dying. Corn*'means life
to them, and'to hundreds of thous
ands of men and women doomed
to die unless help comes. The
railroad brotherhopds have dona
ted their time to haul the corn
the railroads have offered cars and
engines free. Now it is up to the
A GOOD SCHOOL.
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or refunds tuition. One mouth's
tuition free while you investigate.
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INTERSTATE BUSHESCOLLESE. Finjt, ID.
Minnesota Chippewas should
subscribe for THE TOMAHAWK and
keep posed regarding their affairs.
R. P. FAIRBANKS, Prop.
On to Him.
*1 can't live properly on $75 a wk/*
complained the yonn* man. "Tea, yon
eon," said his guardian. "The r#*l
trouble Is you want td lit* Improp-
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Cash Paid for Hides.
White Earth, Minn*
TO THFMQRTH 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 Irjdian newspaper in American.
All Subscriptions Hast Be Paid In Advance.
Pavers Absoluts Abstention.
A recent report of British experts
favors absolute abstention from
strong drink, but supports the use of
tight winer-aod liquors.
Safety First In Canoes.
Rule 41144When. It Is necessary
for two persons to change seats In a
canoe, run the canoe to the hank and
let one of the occupants step ont on
dry land.Rochester Herald.
To get, we must give to accumu
late, we must scatter to make our
selves happy, we must make others
happy.C. n. Spurgeon.
Bus and Ex
P. C. MARTIN, Prap.
Let me do your
oetween White Earth and Ogema.
My prices are right, and satis*
Earth, & Mlnn
Bus meets all Trains^
Day and Night Service. Careful
OFFICEat The Cash Grocery.
James Sweet, Prop.
White Earth Minnesota.
You can make big money selling
our superier Northern Nursery
Stock. Pay every week. Free
Outfit and good territory. Experi
ence unnecessary. The Hawk
Nursery Co., Wauwatosa, Wis.
Six Moatfis 75c