BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
CLUB ROO IN CONNECTION
Come Around for a Good Time and
Get Your Money's Worth
R. R. JOHNSON, Proprietor
..Beaulieu Trading Store..
CHAS. F. BEAULIEU, Prop.
Red Lake, Minu,
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods. Shoes, Etc.
We Are Members of the Red Lake Tribeof
and Solicit a Share of Your Business
A. D. STEPHENS
Capital $25,000.00 Surplus $5,000.00
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY FOR
Individual Funds of RED LAKE Indians
5 PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
TO W N S I ES
MINNEAPOLIS, RED LAKE
& MANITOBA RAILWAY.
For information WrHo
RED LAKE TOWNSITE &
A L. mmumatm. rm. BOHIOM, WJMV.
FARMERS CASH MARKET
TOP PRICES paid every day for Chickens, Ducks,
Geese, Turkeys, Cream, Dressed Calves, Hogs,
Mutton, Wool, Cattle Hides, Horse Hides, Pelts,
Purs, Muskrat, Skunk, Beans, Rabbits. Get our
price list before selling. Make more money by
shipping here. Write us now for quotations,
tags, and how to ship.
THE R. E. COBB CO., E. Srd St., St. Paul, Minn.
Licensed by U. S. Government.
Miss Marie Broker has left the Hospital to take
up the duties of Field Nurse, accompanying Dr.
L. L. Culp in his special work of eye, ear and
Miss Broker gave a farewell supper to the Hos
pital staff, followed by a card game of "500." No
The week of February 16-23 was a busy one
for the nurses, twelve beds were occupied with
some more or less severe cases, pneumonia being
the most prevalent.
Mr. Frank Pogue entered the Hospital on the
16th with a severe illness. He has fully recov
ered and is now visiting his brother at Bemidji.
While convalescing, Frank showed 'em how to knit
Since the enlistment of Mr. Hashbarger, Mrs.
Hashbarger has been occupying a room at the Em
ployees' club and we are glad to welcome her into
our merry circle.
The stork visited the Hospital this week, bring
ing a baby boy to Mrs. Frank Brun of the Farm
Station. Mother and son are doing nicely.
Mrs. Joseph Lawrence is temporary nurse at
Mrs. George Gravelle was quite under the
weather with an attack of the grippe.
Frank Day returned to his reservation February
28, greatly improved.
George Gillespie, son of Mr and Mrs. Alex Gil
lespie, has left the Hospital, having recovered
Boost the hospital. We are making it very in
No, we are not using kerosene for sort throat
but we are curing it just the same.
The health of the reservation continues good.
February, the shortest of all months, has per
haps seen more changes at the Mess than any one
year. As members of one of the most important
"organizations at the Agency, weT have, throughrthe
resignations and transfers of various employees,
lost Mr. Wm. H. Hashibarger, principal Miss Susie
Thomas, matron Miss Johanna E. Hoffman, pri
mary teacher Miss Mary E. Broker, nurse, and
Mr. John B. McGillis, assistant clerk.
The social functions of the Agency brouglft
many visitors to the Mess and it was an unusually
busy month for the manager. Miss Alpha John
son, public school teacher at Redby, attended both
Ws mtlllhmvm BOMB
which we will put on tho market at extremely low price
to make room for our New Spring stock. Order your
Spring Suite now.
THE CHIPPEWA TRADING CO.
RED LAKE, PONEMAH AND WASKISH
the socials given for the benefit of the Red Cross.
We like Miss Johnson's spirit. Other guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beaulieu and daughter, Mar
garet, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Graham of Cross
Lake and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Howarth, Jr., of Wash
ington, D. C.
In the midst of all the changes, our cook, Mrs.
Kuebler, was called away by the sudden death of
a relative in Southern Minnesota. Although her
absence was greatly felt, we were quite fortunate
to secure the services of Mrs. Francis Beaulieu.
RED LAKE SCHOOL
The agency "and school are now busy with their
Mr. George Meley resigned his position as school
farmer and is going to try his hand as teamster in
the Government logging camp near Ponemah.
Mr. Louis Lussier, our dairyman, has accepted
a position in the machine shop at Rediby and will
assume his duties March first.
Last Friday being the last Friday in the month,
most of our boys and girls were allowed to go home
CROSS LAKE SCHOOL ITEMS
It was noticed in the Native American, Phoenix
Indian School, that it was 80 or summer heat the
29th of December. Just passed at Ponemah that
morning and the thermometer stood at 47 degrees
below zero. Some difference, eh!
The Cross Lake employees who attended the Red
Cross social the night of Feb. 22 at Red Lake, re
ported a very profitable and enjoyable time.
Nah gah nah be nung went to Red Lake yester
day to see his daughter, Susan Stillday, who is in
the Red Lake Hospital for eye treatment.
There has been considerable La Grippe and
colds among the Cross Lake employees, children
and Indians the past two or three weeks, but noth
Miss Johnson, Public School Teacher of Redby,
spent Saturday and Sunday at the school.
Mr. and Mrs. Graham of Cross Lake arrived in
Red Lake Feb 23. Mr Graham took up the duties
of the principal Monday morning, pending an ap
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beaulieu and Miss Margaiet
visited friends at the school a couple of days.
Mrs. Omar Gravelle entertained at cards at the
home of Mr and Mrs. Moore Tuesday, February
26. Lunch was served at twelve. All reported
a very fine time.
Miss Edith Boobar attended the Junior Red
Cross meeting at Bemidji, February 16.
On a Sunday afternoon, Mr. Meley treated the
ladies of the Mess to a sleigh ride. The destina
tion was no place in particular, but Camp 4 was
honored with a visit. The cookie jar suffered from
an air raid while supper was captured by a single
attack. Cake, cookies and pie were carried home
by the raiding party. Did the cook say, "Come
A pie social was given at the school Saturday,
February 23, by the Finance Committee of the lo
cal Red Cross branch. The social was a great suc
cess financially and socially. Let's have another
with heaps more pie.
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