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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 February 1918

4,1 ,1 fc. I COMMISSIONER SELLS AND HIS REPORT The annual report of Commissioner Sells cover ing the fiscal year 1917, has recently been given to the public. It is a straightforward, forceful and convincing story about the noteworthy prog ress of a race whose interest the Commissioner has labored for more than four years with tireless energy coupled with boundless enthusiasm and op timism. It cannot be said that one portion of this report is stronger than another but there are many summaries and climaxes that review and empha size the subjects treated in such masterly fashion that one gets a clear conception of the philosophy of the author from studying them alone. Discussing his well known "Declaration of Pol icy" the following comments are made: A careful study of the practical effects of gov ernmental policies for determining the wardship of the Indians of this country is convincing that the solution is individual and not collective. Each individual must be considered in the ligh...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 February 1918

RE LAKE NEWS A newspaper devoted to the interests of the Red Lake Chippewa Indians. MONTHLY. SEPT. 1. O JULY 15 Subscription 75c a year Entered as second class matter September 1,1912, at the postoffice at Red Lake, Minn., under the act of March 3,1879. Address all communications to RED LAKE NEWS, Red Lake, Minn. In our observation of Red Lake Reservation life there is one particular social feature that strikes us as drawing the line very clearly between the progressives and the nons. We wonder if any of you have ever noticed the independence and thrift of the fellows who are too busy to attend coun cil. The most progressive Indian farmer on the reservation never attended an Indian council since he was a boy, because he makes farming his busi nessthe same as the merchant, and he is too busy and contented to council. ABOUT CLOTHES It is reported in the "Omaha Bee" that William White Belly of Geary, Oklahoma, lost at the Union Depot in Omaha, a suit case containing an "In- dian Chief'...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 February 1918

SHOULD NOT LEAVE U. S. SERVICE Washington, Jan. 11.Officers and employes of the department of justice were urged by Attor ney General Gregory, in a notice posted today in all offices, not to leave the government service for private employment, even at a higher salary, until the war emergency is past. With every department of the United States gov ernment engaged in war work represented with exhibits showing what they are doing, the Twin City Auto Show and Industrial Exposition will open its doors next Saturday afternoon, February 2, the largest affair of its kind ever staged in the world. United States Food Administrator for Minnesota, A. D. Wilson, will have an exhibit showing the people why and how they may save and conserve foodstuffs. The milling industry of Minneapolis will co-operate with Mr. Wilson and demonstra tions of how barley, rye and corn-meal flour may be- used to the best advantage to conserve the wheat supply of the country will be shown graph ically by a corps of t...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 February 1918

AjVVjr ^.-^-^iSw (Continued from Page One) will ensure his advancement. As a boy, this is apparent as a man it becomes an inheritance which stays with him throughout life. The Commissioner's educational policy is epi tomized in these well chosen statements: Much importance is attached to the new course of study and results thus far are encouraging for a high standard of school work and attainment for Ihe Indian pupils. The aim of the course is to fit thoroughly the student to become an efficient wage earner and citizen, qualified to make his way suc cessfully and with credit to himself and his race. Upon the recognized truism that there can be no lasting civilization without schools for all, without a democracy of education, I hope by such provision more than /by s.ny other to guarantee the perpetuation and progress of the red race. I see in this molding process the certain develop ment of a body of young men and women who will become the leaders and transformers of their peo ple as...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 February 1918

CHICKE N POX Is one of the diseases which passes readily from one person to another, but by just what manner we do not know. It usually is seen in children, al though very rarely persons beyond 14 years may be the victims of an attack. From the fact that it travels so rapidly through a community, and epidemics occur fairly frequently, it is quite cer tain that most persons have an attack at some time during their early childhood, and as one attack is a preventative against another in the same person it can be readily understood why adults seldom are affected. From the time one is exposed to the disease until it develops in the child exposed is usually from 10 to 14 days. As a general rule there are not niced any particular unpleasant signs before the eruption makes its appearance, al though occasionally a child will be fretful for a couple of days prtor. The eruption is somewhat peculiar, for the first day or possibly two it will be a small red spot then for another day it will appe...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 February 1918

j^m'ii .imijii!mi)' i*TK. WM SPEARS BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY CIGARS AND TOBACCO CLUB ROOM IN CONNECTION Come Around for a Good Time and Get Your Money's Worth ..Beaulieu Trading Store.. CHAS. F. BEAULIEU, Prop. Red Lake, Minn, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods. Shoes, Etc. We Are Members of the Fed Lake Tribe of Indians and Solicit a Share of Your Business RED LAKE NEWS ADS PAY A. D. STEPHENS President THE First National Bank Capital $25,000.00 Surplus $5,000.00 Bagley, Minnesota 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 Redby Puposky A. KAISER Cashier I Werner OH MINNEAPOLIS, RED LAKE & MANITOBA RAILWAY. Tor Information Write RED LAKE TOWNSITE & MERCANTILE CO. A. L. mouutDEK, Trmmm. BEMIDJI, MJN4V. GOODRIDGE MEAT MARKET R. R. JOHNSON, Proprietor H. Christianson Dealers in-^ GENERAL MERCHANDISE Goodridge, Minn. HIDES AND FURS Bring them to our meat mar...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 March 1918

.arr.-W i.p. V^ F6 1 -r. VOLUME 5. WEEK MARCH IOT5tol7i5 JOIN A W AR SAVINGS SOCIETY BUY WAR SAVING STAMPS DECLARE FOR THR1PT -T ACTIVITIES OF THE INTERIOR DEPARTMENT WAR WORK ASSOCIATION Under the daily, personal direction of Mrs. Franklin K. Lane, wife of the Secretary of the Interior, nearly half a thousand women of the Interior Department are using every spare minute sewing, knitting and packings things which will comfort and cheer sick and wounded American sol diers in France. When the office day ends they hurry from all parts of official Washington to the j*ooms in Sec retary Lane's big building where the Interior De partment War Work Association is in continuous session, to turn in finished work and get material for more sweaters, sheets, towels, pajamas, stock ings, slippers and the other articles which are packed in big shipping cases, one which has gone to Neuillv.-Frati.cej,. every ten days. And, here after, theAss6ci^Sn ^wWship a box every weel The Interior Department Wa...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 March 1918

RED LAKE NEWS A newspaper devoted to the interest* of the Bed Late Chippewa Indians. MONTHLY. SEPT. 1. O JULY 15 Subscription ?5c a year Entered as second class matter September 1,1912, at the postoffice at Red Lake, Minn., under the act of March 3,1879. Address all communications to BED LAKE NEWS, Bed Lake, Minn. We certainly glory in the patriotism of those young men who have enlisted from Red Lake, es pecially do we feel that the Red Lake Indians and employees have been honored by the voluntary en listment of Joseph Sumner, John Sumner and John Needham. These young Indians, while not affect ed by draft laws, were the first to answer the call of their native country. Duty called and heroism answered the call. If our pride of these young men is unbounded, our opinion of those among us who hide behind the screen of being wards of the Government, and not subject to military service is mighty uncomplimentary. We have in mind two young men, members of the Red Lake tribe, who could serv...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 March 1918

J^JL-Gr \r\ C\ IE PAGI: aa****Mfc^aaM CROS S LAKE SCHOO ITEMS Supt. Dickens and family visited at Cross Lake the 17th of February. The Government logging oamp is in full blast now, attempting to land the contemplated amount before the spring opening. There are 45 or more men regularly in the camp, over half, of whom, are Indians. Many of the Indians have been there practically all winter. Mark Burns and James Howarth, timber inspec tors, passed through Ponemah to the Government camp the 26th. Fred Coleman, who lives near Esplee, Minne sota, is working in the camp. The Cross Lake School team while returning from Red Lake with a load of beef on the 13th of February, broke through the ice at one of the nu merous cracks on the lake, and though there were four men with the team we could do nothing un til we hailed the Cross Lake Farmer's team about two miles away and had them come back and pull the horses out of the icy water. The horses came out 0! K. and the load of beef was fished out...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 March 1918

W SPEARS BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY CIGARS AND TOBACCO CLUB ROO IN CONNECTION Come Around for a Good Time and Get Your Money's Worth GOODRIDQE MEAT MARKET 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 President a: THE First National Bank Capital $25,000.00 Surplus $5,000.00 Bagley, Minnesota 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 Redby Puposky Werner OH MINNEAPOLIS, RED LAKE & MANITOBA RAILWAY. For information WrHo RED LAKE TOWNSITE & MERCANTILE GO. A L. mmumatm. rm. BOHIOM, WJMV. A* KAISER I 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, Skun...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 April 1918

LOGGING The Government logging camp completed sleigh hauling March 16. Log hauling was not completed, however, as it was necessary to leave approximately 200,000 feet on skidways which could not be haul ed due to the logging roads being in such condition as to render sleigh hauling impossible. The following is the amount of timber cut and hauled at this camp4 Pieces Feet White pine 5,346 738,650 Norway 4,542 457,900 Mixed Logs 32 1,290 Total 9,920 1,197,840 Over half of the men employed at the Govern ment camps were Indians, many of whom remained on the job until the last log was hauled. These Indians worked in various capacities, such as mani pulating cant hooks where they outshone their white brothers, teaming, kitchen work, road mon key, scaling, etc. On the 23rd the entire operation was completed and the boom secured from the elements until sucli time as A. C. Goddard can "yank" or tow it across the lake to the agency sawmill where the logs will be sawed into lumber. Harry Moore...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 April 1918

RE LAKEJfEWS A newspaper devoted to the interests of the Red Lake Chippewa Indians. MONTHLY SEPT. 1, TO JULY 15." Subscription 75c a year Entered as second class matter Septem ber 1, 1912, at the postoffice at Red Lake, Minn., under the actj)fJVIarch 3^18X9. Address all communications to RED LAKE NEWS Red Lake, Minn. THE GREAT DUTY As we go about our daily tasks in peace and safety men are dying every minute on the battle fields of Europe to save civilzation. Our own gal lant soldiers are shedding their iblood in France and our sailors engulfed in the waters of the At lantic as they go in defense of America's rights and honor. Npon our performance of the work committed to us depend the lives of thousands of men and women, the fate of many nations, the preserva tion of civilization and humanity itself and the more efficient and prompt we people of America are in doing our part, the more quickly will this war come to an end and the greater the number of our soldiers and sailors who wi...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 April 1918

FARM STATION ITEMS Farmers have began to plow and make prepara tions for sowing oats. The Farm Station Farmers' Club met at the Farm Station March 9 with the following mem bers present: Joe Roberts, William Sayers, Henry Sayers, Frank Sayers, Louis Gurneau, Joe Lajan nesse, Gust Lajannesse, Frank Carl, Joe Lusier, Peter Neadeau and Solomon Blue. The following officers were elected for the coming year: Louis Gurneau, President Peter Neadeau, Vice President, and Solomon Blue, Secretary-Treasurer. It was been decided by the farmers' club of this district that all stock must be kept in a pasture. Anyone camping in this district will be obliged to keep their stock tied and if they destroy any crops or gardens they must pay damage. The next meeting of the farmers' club will be held at Sayersville April 3rd. It was reported a short time ago that a German spy was in our midst in this district, but on in vestigating the matter it was found that it will (be twenty-one years before he will be ...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 April 1918

BS: WM. SPEARS BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY CIGARS AND TOBACCO CLUB ROO IN CONNECTION Come Around for a Good Time and Get Your Money's Worth GOODRIDGE MEAT MARKET R. R. JOHNSON, Proprietor ..Beaulieu Trading Store.. CHAS. F. BEAULIEU, Prop. Red Lake, Minii, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods. Shoos, Etc. V Arc Membus of the fed Lake Trio* of ladfcao ad Solicit a Slur* of Yow BM MN A. D. STEPHENS Proaidcat THE First National Bank Capital $25,000.00 Surplus $5,000.00 Bagley, Minnesota UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY FOR Individual Funds of RED LAKE Indians 5 PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS A. KAISER O W N S I ES Redby Puposky Werner OH MINNEAPOLIS, RED LAKE &. MANITOBA RAILWAY.^ For information Write RED LAKE TOWNSITE & MERCANTILE CO. A. L. MO LANDER, Trmmm. BEMIDJI, MINN. 1 FARMERS CASH MARKET TOP PRICES paid every day for Chickens, Ducks, Geese, Turkeys, Cream, Dressed Calves, Hogs, Mutton, Wool, Cattle Hides, Horse Hides, Pelts, Furs...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 June 1918

1 U1 $ +*2 VOLUME 5. SHALL WE FAIL TO KEEP FAITH? The echoing answer from the throats of two and a quarter million residents of Minnesota is "No we are with you one and all." We cannot fail to show our appreciation to the Minnesota boys "over there" for the glorious ex ample which they have set. First in action and first in war honors, accredited with war crosses far in excess of any other state's fighting men, they look to us to do our part. We must answer this call with the same eager ness and spirit that won for them these undying honorsby doing all and more than our share. Let's oversubscribe our W. S. S. quota and prove our loyalty to them by winning premier honors for Minnesota "over there." Remember, June 6th is the day set to begin the mighty "W. S. S. Pledge Drive," when every man, woman and child will be asked to pledge the definite amount of stamps he will buy during 1918. Our government says that every quarter earned by extra effort, or saved by intelligent economy shoul...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 June 1918

REDJ^AKEJSEWS A newspaper devoted to the interests of the Red Lake Chippewa Indians. MONTHLY SEPT. 1, TO JULY 15. 75c a year Subscription -__ Entered as second class matter Septem ber 1, 1912, at the postoffice at Red Lake, Minn., under the act of March 3, 1879. Address all communications to RED LAKE NEWS Red Lake, Minn. TUBERCULOSISPREVENTIONEARLY DIAGNOSIS Early diagnosis plays an important role in suc cessful prevention, not only does it give the indi vidual the best chances of cure, but at the same time it assures the possibility of maximum protec tion to others. Through the use of tuberculin and other refinements of clinical methods, it is now possible to diagnose tuberculosis at a stage when it was formerly not suspected. It is a great mis take, from the standpoint of prevention, to wait until tubercle bacilli appear in the sputum before making a diagnosis of tuberculosis. Probably many cases of a "slight run down condition" of transient and irregular febrile attacks are due t...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 June 1918

w L PEYOTE The introduction of peyote into this reservation and its use within the reservation is forbidden by law under penalty of imprisonment for not less than 30 days. A reward of $5.00 will be paid to the party or parties furnishing information lead ing to the conviction of any violator of the above law. J. JEKOME GENBBAL MEBCHANDISB Dry Goods Shoes Groceries Saddlery Hardware and Farm Machinery. BATTLE RIVER, MINN. First National Bank of Bemidji, Minn. Capital and Surplus $6000000 United States Postal and Indian Fund Depository We Will Welcome Your Banking Business and Shall Be Pleased to Have You Call on Us for Information Concerning Same WTien You Buy Drv Goods and Groceries YOU WANT THE Best Quality at trie RigKt Price W are prepared to give you tliis kind of service COME IN AND SEE US B, FAIRBANKS CO,, Merchants RED LAKE, MINN. PIG CLUB MEMBERSHIP INCREASES One hundred thousand boys and girls are now members of pig clubs. This is more than twice the number enrolled last ye...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 June 1918

MOBILIZING HARVEST LABOR Steps for the systematic mobilization of farm labor in Kansas were taken at a meeting held in Kansas City, May 14. This is the first of a series of meetings which are to be arranged by the De partment of Agriculture in a number of cities to unite the efforts of all agencies working to secure labor to help farmers in harvesting their crops. At the Kansas City meeting a committee was ap pointed to direct the work of the various agencies in the state and to see that registrations are held in the cities, where city employes will do farm work during their vacations can register. It is es timated that 60,000 helpers will be necessary to harvest the crops in Kansas this year, and the com mercial organizations in Kansas City have under taken to supply 10,000 of this number. GOOD ROADS DAY JUNE 11, 1918 "Better roads!" has been, and always will be, the cry of all progressive people. From a com mercial as well as a social standpoint, "better roads" has become an absol...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 November 1918

AapMHMtamdMow^aaiaa i i^Uli" "imami I |^B ,i, mini IUIIUW 1 !f\ It \\JF- its-** Vtsrr ^.g V4^H4f^ "-'f PRIZE WINNERS AT MINNESOTA FAIR Following is a list of Red Lakers who won prizes at the Minnesota Fair: Francis Gurneau. Esau Stillday. Anna Brown. Andrew Wells Jane Hanson J. B. Jourdam. Joe Clark. As sin we ne nee. Mary Brun. Solomon Desjarlait. William Prentice. John Prentice. Keniew Sumner. Joe Long. Charles Dolson. Margaret Roberts. George Blakely. Ernest King. Paym way way be nais. I ah be dub. William Stately. -Charles Chaboille. John English. James Gurneau. Bah wan be nind.~ Wah baun quay. 'Antoine May. Ke way din aush. "George SumnerT Mrs. Katherine Barrett. Joe Jourdain. Simon Spears. Raymond Cloud. Mrs. Gus Larjeunesse. Mrs. Ed. Cook. William Sayers. William Prentice won first prize in the adult agricultural contest, conducted on the reservation during the past year and was given a trip to the state fair. The exhibits were better than in the past and a greater number of ...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 November 1918

.N &: RE LAKE NEWS A newspaper devoted to the interests of the Red Lake Chippewa Indians. MONTHLY SEPT. 1, TO JULY 15. Subscription 75c a year Entered as second class matter Septem ber 1, 1912, at the postoffice at Red Lake, Minn., under the act of March 3, 1879. Address all communications to RED LAKE NEWS Red Lake, Minn. With the turning back of Carlisle by the Interior Department to the War Department, sentiment plays havoc with the feelings of hundreds of Indian students throughout the country to which that in stitution has become Alma Mater since 1882. Our contemporaries have commented, some at length, upon the reign of this well known institu tion of Indian education. Reciting its history down to date in such commendatory manner that we hesi tate, at this late hour, to add our squib. Red Lake has its returned Carlisle students, and the news of its evacuation by Indians and accommodations to convalescing soldiers was received here with mingled regret and pride. HERE IS HOW T...

Publication Title: Red Lake News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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