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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 27 August 1903

Bwgpwfciji^BywrniWm A LOST BOY. The old Noah's ark Is stored away, Ana beside it is a dusty drum The soldiers have fought in their last aff ra And are battered, crestfallen and glum. The brown-eyed doggy is roaming forlorn In that self-same, storage place, With pitiful pleading and ej es that mourn For his little master's face. The domino train is switched aside, The whistling top is still, And th old planchette where the checkers ride Has lost its \iheels and its skill. The football is idle, the skates careless lie. Beside them the little oak sleigh The small laddies he knew wander dis mally by In a shivery, half-hearted way. Do you know where this storehouse of playthings lies hid? Why the playmates are silent and wan? Why the dog wanders restless, these treasures amid? Where the dear little master has gone? Oh, it makes my heart ache and the bit J-AM t6Ll"S i.L11 And with loneliness fills life's fair cup For the toys are but stored in fond mem ory's hall, And their owner is only1...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 27 August 1903

\^rVi^iu ^mf. ii^if i 'I i i tf 10GAL AND PERSONAL, Agent Michelet left yesterday sfor Minneapolis. Editor G. H. Beaulieu left yes terday for the Twin Cities. Mr. and Mrs. John Leecy took in the base ball game at Detroit, last Tuesday. Robert J. Henry came over on Monday from Ponsford, and re turned yesterday. Frank C. Ileicr, teacher for the day school her, returned jester day from his vacation accompanied by his wife. C. K. Tuttle and George Lover in r, representatives of the Soo Ky., were at the Hotel Leecy on on Wednesday. Miss Theresa Ebert returned this morning trom Beaulieu where she has been visiting friends the past few days. A large party of the reservation people ha\ gone to the wild rice fipldh, the crop is said to be un usually abundant, Miss Wilkenson of Paik Rapids and Miss Gnus ot Ponsford, were the guests of Miss Florence Beau lieu the past week. Alice Mcintosh returned from thtt Flandreau school last Tuesday rnd will Aisit her parents at Beau lieu for a few days. A...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 3 September 1903

W! *3eT* v.^ m^^i^mMitt^^ E^~A WEEKLY 'WW 'i'-'"* The TOMAHAWK. QVS. H. BEAUL1EU Publisher. Wfiitt Earth Agency, Minn. 200 Bond Building 1 NEWSPAPER de^ voted to the interests of the White Earth Reservation and gen eral Northwestern News. Publish ed and managed by members of the Reservation, Subscription rates: $1,50 per annum. For the convenience of those Who may feel unable to pay for the paper yearly or who wish to take it on trial, subscription may be sent us for six and three months at the yearly rates. All sums sent to us should be forward ed by registered letter to insure safety. Address all communica tions to. HE TOMAHAWK WHITE EARTH, MINN. RESERVATION LANDS TO LEASE 100,600 acres of first class farm lauds ou White Eaitu Reservation, in tracts of 80 acres and more, by ALLOTTEES. INDIAN PROTECTIVE Asseclation Washington D. C. Dan'l P, Henderson, Att'y. Indian claims against the Unit- ed States a speciality. 1^^' f if-tf fTTWnri K. S. MURCHISON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. LATE LAW CLERK...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 3 September 1903

The Tomahawk. filr WHITE EARTH, MINN 1903 AUGUST 1903 BUI. I01C. TUBS. VID. ram. 2 rai. 3 9 10 17 8iT. 4 11 18 Iflftf THE NEWS FROM ALLHSZ WOELD ffiHf 'rfl&E smas^k^s^mA-- 1 5 6 7 8 12 13 16 14 15 19 20 23 21 2\ 31 22 25 26 27 30 28 29 1 All the News of the Fast Seven treaty. Days Condensed. A w H0503 AND FOREIGN ITEMS Jf News of the Industrial Bel d, Personal i and Political Items, Happenings r at Home and Abroad. DOMESTIC The exchanges at the leading clear Jug houses in the United States during the seven days ended on the 21st aggre gated 11,916,621,163. The increase com pared with the corresponding week of last year was 9.0. The Trans-Mississippi congress ad Journed at Seattle, Wash., after passing \j resolutions favoring statehood for Ok- t* lahoma and Indian territory combined a territorial government for Alaska an American merchant marine, and closer trade relations with Canada. There were 238 business failures In the United States during the seven days ended on the 21st, ...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 3 September 1903

MIREY FRANK NEILSON {Copyright,1903, by Dally Story Fob. Co.) LIP th piller a leetle higher up Mirey," said the old man, peev ishly. "Th* cher hurt* my backan* th' sun's a shinin' right in my eyes." The girl tenderly adjusted the pil ow and with masculine strength lifted the rude chair with its paraly tic burden to a shadier spot under the apple tree. "Ye ain't a treatin* Jake right, Mirey," grumbled the old man. ain't said nothin', but I kin see it an' you a goin' to marry him this fall." "Mebbe I ammebbe I ain't," the girl said, impatiently. The old man looked up at her anx iously. "I knowed It," he exclaimed. "I've seed it a comin' ever sence that Evans come a snoopin' 'round here, a pizen in' yer mind with his stories 'bout fine houses, an' great ladies, an dresses* an dimunds. What brought him 'wa up here in. this wild place? Who knows what he is, ennyhow? Like as not he's one of them revnoo spies." "Ye Ve got no call to slander him that a way, pap," retorted the girl, hotly. "...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 3 September 1903

tlf 1 iV i I ui 8BM8lSlCSM3 ttl ^^^,^'W^^/^*:^.'j5 LOCAL AND PERSONAL, Eev. Frank Porter and family yrere in town on Tuesday from Porter ville, Ten tons of calcium carbide has been received at the White Earth boarding school. Dr. Parkinson of Wild Rice Hiver'arrived at the Agency and will return tomorrow, Mrs. A, A, Ledeboer, left for the twin cities last Saturday where she will take in the Minnesota State Fair, Miss Maggie Brun6on returned to Flandreau last Monday, where she is employed in the Indian school service. The latest rumor going the rounds is that John Leecy is to be appointed superintendent of the Pembina school. Some of the boys who should have gone away to distant schools are left behindtoo late before we find out our mistakes. George A. Lydick and David Edwards, both of Cass Lake were here on Tuesday and incidently called at the TWMAHAWK office. Supt, Brown of the Morris school and Mr. Harris of the Flan dreau school are "nip and tuck" gathering children for their re ...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 10 September 1903

The TOMAHAWK. '9tJ. H. BEAUUEU Publisher. White Earth Agency, Minn. CdfA WEEKLY NEWSPAP ER de voted to the interests of the White Earth Reservation and gen eral Northwestern News. Publish ed and managed by members of the Reservation. Subscription rates: $1.50 per annum. For the convenience of those who may feel unable to pay for the paper yearly or who wish to take it on trial, subscription may be sent us for six and three months at the yearly rates. All sums sent to us should be forward ed by registered letter to insure safety. Address all communica tions to. THE TOMAHAWK ess Jp WHITE EARTH, MINN. RESERVATION LANDS TO LEASE 100,000 acres of first class farm lands on White Earth Reservation, in tracts of 80 acres and more, by ALLOTTEES. INDIAN PROTECTIVE Association 200 Bond Building Jan Washington D. B. Henderson, Att'y. fct-y,* .sag Indian claims against the Unit- ed States a speciality. .K. S. MURCHISON, ATTQRNEY AT LAW. LATE LAW CLERK, LAND DIVISION, INDIAN OFFICE. DEPARTMENT PR...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 10 September 1903

!'$''J ull !W. Pit The Tomahawk. & WIllTP. CARTU 1 sS? MINN AH the News of the Past Seven Days Condensed. HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS *k Newsof the Industrial Field, Personal and Political Items, Happenings at Home and Abroad. THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD DOMESTIC. Passengers on a pleasure steamer at In diaapolis were thrown into a panic by the explosion of a boiler and sinking of the boat, and a woman and a babe were believed to bave drowned. Nearly $500,000,000 worth of mater ials were imported by American manu facturers in the last fiscal year. Caleb Powers concluded his statement before the tfeart at Georgetown, Ky and the case was given to the jury. Trade reviews of Dun and Bradstreet show no indication of depression in busi ness predicted to follow declines in Wall street, and the general tone in trade and manufactures is healthy. War with Colombia is a possible con tingency should the canal treaty fail to lecure favorable action. President Roosevelt and Secretary Hay conferred ...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 10 September 1903

A. r 1 w*# -Pfeli "H&ftA l. f- LAWN TENNIS. One time the most of us no doubt, Had open hearts for others, We scorned the shield Distrust held out, We met all men as biotheis With years cool "wisdom on us slips The armor once declined, The laugh grows idle, on our lips. Or purpose ,Iurks behind: 0^ Feartui to lose our little place, We dare no* ventur&far To welcome others of ,puc rae, gj s| Jf Men of the self-same star. f Eager to -win bej ond our ranks, We trample others down, And pressing o'er them murmur thanks, Oux es upon the crown And S*t we bear n enmitjcj-* "lt% }ife,'* we sadly Isay We would be genial, open, free. To all men as the day. This armor that doth make us safe, Th^sf Visor to the eje. We Ve fafel their weight, we feel them chafe, We^fain would put them by "$ r*. Ag*l"*true And when we come to our green field, Far from the strife of town. Forthwith in gentleness we iela And*la that armor down The touch of flannels to our sfciij, Of grass beneath our feet, r ...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 10 September 1903

4 Mai '/ilfivt W! LOCAL AND PERSONAL, It tafce* only one frost tu ebatige the color 4tf thete*t J. T. VanMetre was a business1 caller at Detroit on Wednesday of this week. Mr* Sam Grafc, PoneJord's hustling merchant* was an ajpensy tros&o-ess caller on Monday. Mrs. Simon Michelet, who has been afcsent the past week, visit ing' at the state fair,returned home Wednesday, Mrs. EHU&, matron of the Pipe Stojae Indian training school, was a visitor at the Wild tttce River boarding school a few days, this week, A N T15 YFor first class dentistry,ailonIr R. H. Photon, Teeth -esstraeted without pain. Crown *rai Bridge work a special ty. Offioe over First State Bank, Detroit Minn. Nay-*jH*h-wub. Captain of In* dirtf pofioe and George Bassett, tooth of Red Lake, were agency callers this week. They returned ikome yesterday* And between the advent of fail* a-oad contractors and their crews, thett&Ieof inherited Indian land*, thrtnhtnc and harvesting, the oW itown has assumed a rather...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 17 September 1903

jes: The TO NHAWK. gUS. H. BEAULIEU Publisher. White Earth Agency, Minn. SdjT'A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER de voted to the interests of the White Earth Reservation and gen eral Northwestern Itfews, Publish ed and managed by members of the Reservation. Subscription rates: $1,50 per annum. For the convenience of those who may feel unable to pay for the paper yearly or who wish to take it on trial, subscription may be sent us for six and three months at the yearly rates. All sums sent to us should be forward ed by registered letter to insure safety. Address all communica tions to. THE TOMAHAWK WHirE JSAKTH, MINN. RESERVATION LANDS TO LEASE 100,000 acres of first class farm lands on White Eaith Reservation, in tracts of 80 acres and more, by ALLOTTEES. INDIAN PROTECTIVE Association 2 00 Bond Building Washington D. C.terday Dan'l B. Henderson, Att'y. Indian 'claims against the Unit- ed States a speciality. K, S. MURCHISON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. LATE LAW CLERK, LAND DIVISION, INDIAN OFFICE. DEPARTMENT P...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 17 September 1903

S I ftp fcr The Tomahawk. WHITE DART LI, MINN 1903 SEPTEMBER 1903 8DI. ox. IUX8. WID. THUH. 13 20 27 H% FRI. SAT. 1 2 9 3 6 7 14 21 28 5 8 10 17 24 12 19 26 15 22 29 16 23 30 18 25 All the News of the Fast Seven Days Condensed. HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS Newsof the Industrial Field, Personal and Political Items, Happenings at Home and Abroad. THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD DOMJDSTIC. At Vinton, la., William Johnson, a laborer, was killed and five painters were Injured by the collapse of the front and side walls of a two-story brick building. Sarah and Gladys Hogan, daughters of Samuel Hogan, a farmer, 15 miles northeast of Topeka, Kan., were burned to death by the explosion of a can of kerosene. Mrs. Fannie Bickford and Mrs. E. A. Gibson were run over and killed by a logging train on the Daniel's Creek, Ore., railway, at King's camp. President Baer and all officials of anthracite coal roads defy the cen sus law and refuse to give detailed In formation of the workings of their companies. Th...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 17 September 1903

fee H, r" HL H6e MINNESOTA BVILDING at the ST. LOVIS EXPOSITION It Will Be a Permanent Structure. Built at Home, and a. Credit to the State. Minnesota is fortunate in having as Its board of managers for the S Louis "world's fair three progressive busi ness men with ideas, So far, every move they have made has apparently been dictated wholly by the best grade of good business sense. One of the first decisions made by the board was that Minnesota's build ing at the fair should, if possible, be a permanent structure. At all the former great expositions the state buildings have been built of staff, and when va cated could only be sold for the value of the lumber in them, less the ex pense of taking down and removal. The result has been, and will be at St. Louis, that state buildings costing from $10,000 to $150,000 will be sold to wrecking companies and speculators for from $200 to $2,000. The buildings of states like Minnesota will cost 32 ii,.,..., every breeze that stirs in the atmos...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 17 September 1903

M^- *w -.1 =is i" ft If h- 3. ^^^yiiiw^j^j^tff^ LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Sunshine! Thp jvuidcly Weathei jj o\ ei\ Major Michelet returned fvom Detroit today. B. S. Fa irbjanks made a trip to $eauheu,returning this afternoon, George Grayelle is now a meni ber of the ^tage line? and doting the rainy weather he has not been Ifcardy, Miss Ella Cajune, wh has been Visiting A ith Miss Julia Beaulieu fior the putt week, returned to her & Bcauheu this morning, A re-jnforcemenJt of fifty teams with dip-cartjb, *craper, etc., passed through town on Tuesday, and have begun work on the Soo extension, Mr. F. D. Gleasnn, of Hampton Institute, Va., is here. Mi. Glea son will take pupils for his school ho are advanced rorn the Cth giu.de and up. M. S. Converse, U. S. deputy marshal, was around ,ser\ mg sub poenas on witnesses for the Fei gus term of court which convenes on Tuesday, Sept. 22. Mrs. Lizzie Marshall returned last evening troni Ft. Totten, N. I)., which place she is employed in Indian sc...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 24 September 1903

,.r, uw.-' w vyy^j'tJr'-j^. QljS. H, BEAUI^IEU Polisher. White Earth Agency, Minn. SJZT'A WEEKLY NEWSEAPER de voted to the interests of the White Earth Jleservation and gen eral Northwestern News. Publish -*-w the Reservation. Subscription rates: $1,50 per annum. For the convenience of those who may feel unable to pay for the paper yearly or who wish, to take it on trial, subscription may be sent us for six and three months, at the yearly rates. All sums sent to us should be forward ed by registered letter to insure safety. Address all communica tions to. THE TOMAHAWK K. S. AJURCHISON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. LATE LAW CLERK, LAND pIVISION, INDIAN OFFICE. DEPARTMENT PRACTICE A SPECIALTY. EOAN AND TRUST BLD'G. WASHINGTON D. C. fc^Hotel Leecy, White Earth, Minn, fhe Largest and Host Commodious Hotel on the Reservation. Table always bountifully supplied with everything that the market affords, including game and fish in season. A large and comfortable, Feed and Livery stable in connection with...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 24 September 1903

B-'. 1 Sffe 1 i If ill' i i.~" Is: i II' i I 'fll i i I B*r The Tomahawk. WHITE EARTH, MINN All the News of the Past Seven Days Condensed, HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS News of the Industrial Field, Personal and Political Items, Happenings at Home and Abroad. XHE NEWS FROM ALL THE WOULD DOMESTIC. The exchanges at the leading clear ing houses in the United States during the seven days ended on the 12th aggre gated $1,420,420,672. The decrease com pared with the corresponding week of last year was 41.9. Mrs. Clara Costello, of Chicago, de tpondent over her husband's insanity, taturated her clothing with kerosene and turned herself to death. Justices Caverly and Prindlville de clared in Chicago that wife-heaters should be whipped at the post. All but 14 buildings in the village of Eustis, Me., were destroyed by fire. 'It is proposed to elevate the American legation at Constantinople to an em bassy, in order to avoid delays in treat ing with the sultan of Turkey. Forty-five New Jersey corporat...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 24 September 1903

^y^&^^cf^ jf^ h?rjwfH*$i* LONGING FOR YOU. The yellow winged butterfly dlp3 to the rose The cannas flare red, the blue glories un close On the vines by the porch, all asparkle witB dew, But my heart Is all sad, for 'tis longing for youI I know where white marguerites stretch o'er the lea, And their perfume Is borne on the breeres to me, And the meadow-lark's wings are agllnt with the dew. But his song is a torture! I'm longing for jou! Still the warm shadows blend o'er the road that we took, And the path Mends around by the side of the brook, And the wide water smiles back the heaven's own blue But my heart knows it not It is longing lor you! Where the sycamore bends, where the bub bles float down. Where the trout seems asleep in the pool's umber brown, And the gold of the sunlight is filtering through, There was joj ere I knew this wild longing for jou! Night falls like a benison on the old vale There's a tinkle of cowbells along the old trail But far, far wend mj wajs, and all...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 24 September 1903

I W'. 8 I I* Ml.. *v 1 li LOCAL AND PERSONAL, Threshing? Pretty fair yields. Not so much dainage after all. The White Earth orchestra, has been engaged for the JamesMc intosh wedding, Large numbers of ducks have been brought to town by the local sportsmen, the past week. Mrs. Frank Oajune was a pas senger on the Fosston stage, en route to Beaulieu, to visit with friends. Mr. R. J. Henry, now of Pons ford, is here on a sich leave. Mr. Henry says he will be all right in a week. James Anderson of Newhawll, la., was in town Wednesday, he says, *'taking in the sights." He must have a good eye. Mr. George"Price of Oloquet, accompanied by his three boys arrived here Wednesday. The boys will attend the boarding school herel DENTISTRY For first class dentistry, call on Dr. R. H. Phalon. Teeth extracted without pain. Crown and Bridge work a special ty. Office over First State Bank, Detroit, Minn. It is reported that the work of grading is now progressing rapid ly and, from all indications it ...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 1 October 1903

r*,~ S 4 _Pt"* K--igs***% iff g_* "&% rive Page &**www?B&L> aa^-fli ''A-r* "WJ W ^.w^VwlBg^ *B^'- -g, -"are The TOMAHAWK. OU5. tl, BEAULIEU Publisher. White Earth Agency, Minn. S^"A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER de the Reservation. _- Subscription rates: annum. For the convenience of voted to the interests of the Pine Point settlements on this res White Earth"Reservation an.d gen- THE TOMAHAWK INDIAN PROTECTIVE Association ed and managed by members of the view to protesting against WHITE EARTH, MINN, RESERVATION LANDS TO LEASE 100,000 acres of first class farm lands on White Earth Reservation, in tracts 80 acres and more, by ALLOTTEES. 200 Bond Building Dan'l B. Washington 0.C. Hendersvn? Att'y. Indian claims against the Unit- ed States a speciality. K. S. MURCHISONt ATTORNEY AT LAW. LATE LAW CLERK, LAND PIVISION, INDIAN OFFICE. DEPARTMENT PRACTICE A SPECIALTY, LOAN AND TRUST BLD'G. WASHINGTON D. C. B~^Hotel Leecy.^ White Earth, Minn. The Largest and Host Commodious Hotel on the R...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 1 October 1903

I- SV The Tomahawk. WHITE EARTH, MINN 1903 SEPTEMBER 1903 STJI. KOM. THIS. WOT. THTHt. ?B1. SIT. 1 2 9 3 6 4 7 15 22 29 5 8 10 17 24 13 20 27 11 18 25 14 21 28 12 19 26 16 23 30 A WEEMCORD All the News of the Past Seven Days Condensed. HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS Kews of the Industrial Field, Personal and Political Items, Happenings at Home and Abroad. IBB NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD DOMKSTIC. The worst flood in years submerged thousands of acres of farm lands along the liver in the vicinity of La Crosse, Wis., sweeping away stacks of hay and grain and drowning live stock in field. Edward Elliott, a clammer at Clin ton, la., found a pearl weighing 120 grains and valued at $20,000 in the Mississippi. The National Association of Marble Dealers decided to lock out its union employes and to run open shops in the future. Forty plants in all sections of the United States are affected. Steamship companies In New Or leans have locked out all union men because longshoremen broke their agreement. Cong...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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