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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Lake news. — 1 April 1915

VOLUME 3. I NOTES ON THE PAYMENT. Preparations for the annual "land pay- ment'' to the Red Lake Indians are under way at thi* writing and it is expected tha* delivery of cheeks will be commenced by the 10th of next month. The per capita share will amount to about $68.00, depend ing upon the census as of April' 1, 1915. There will he approximately 1489 names on the loll this spring and the amount to be distributed is $101,521.02a nice juicy lit tle melon. The news offers the following advice to persons who will receive a share of this payment: 1. Pay up your subsription to the News, or, if not already a subscriber, become one al once. 2 Pay jour honest debts of every de ascription. For those who have not already spent the amount they would or should have left after pa\ing up their debtsHesitate, Stop ami Consider, Go Slow. Think of the satisfaction which a person gets from hav ing a little money on hand for future de mands. Think of the miserable and for lorn condition of the individ...

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 1915

RED LAKE NEWS A newspaper devoted to the interests of the Red Lake Chippewa Indians. Semi-monthly, Sept. 1st to July 13. Subscription 73c 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. '-PAYMENT:' Authority lias been granted for the an nual spring- payment in the sum of #101,- 321.92. The payment being made pursuant to. the Act of February 20, 1901 Stat. L. 50), and April 1908 (35 Stat. L. 83). Each Indian man woman and child of the Red Lake tribe will receive approximated $08.00. In a letter of March 20, 1913, addressed to the Superintendent, Assistant Commis sioner Meritt states in part: "In this connection you are urged to do everything in your power to influence the Indians to use the money paid to them to 4is great au extent as is possible in connec tion Avith their farming and other industri al activities."' The Agency office force are wo...

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 1915

Lak A GEXCY NEWS 1TE US. "Rather go to bed supperless than rise in debt." Win. Supers of uSatyersvillev town on business last Monday. Mr. Doeble, Financial Clerk, returned from Uemidji on the lGrh, where he went to take an examination for a position in the Civil Service. Louis (r. Smith and family are now locat ed in their new home in the NorlInvent part oi the reservation .Messrs. J. (J. Morrison and Omar Gra velle, accompanied by several lied Lake In dians, went to Oookston on the 17th to participate in the fun at the Elks celebra tion. ('has. Dolson lias jus completed the de livery of thirty corxls of wood to the Chippe wa Trading Co. Miss Mabel Moore arrived at lied Lake from the Cross Lake School on the 17th having been transferred to the school at lied Lake as Teacher. Hauling hay has kepi most of the people bus\ the past few weeks as nearly all of the snow has gone from the meadows. Mr. Andrew Johnson was in Ked Lake on the 18th with a consignment of beef for the schools. A l...

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 1915

Ladies' Waists Our buyer succeeded in catching the market right, as to prices and assortment, and we are following our usual cus^ torn by giving you the benefit of all bargains. Are you interested in embroidery or fancy work? If so, we have a surprise for you. Let us show you our stock of Embroidery Cotton and Silk. W have a full line of Garden Seeds, Buggies, Wagons and Farm Implements. The Chippewa Trading Company HAS JUST RECEIVED THEIR FULL SPRING STOCK OF LADIES' DRESS GOODS among which may be found exclusive pat,erns in Silk Crepe tie Chine, Siik Poplin, and Messaline Silk Drees Trimmings, also Trusolenes, Tub Silks, Crepe, Voiles, Serges, etc. Oinghams, fancy and staple Percales Dotted Swiss Dimities and Prints by the thousand yards. You can purchase one yard or a bolt at prices lower than last year in spite of "War Prices." We have added new merchandise aft along our usually complete lines and you are sure to he pleased with all we have to offer COME IN AND SELECT YOUR HELD ...

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. — 15 April 1915

i ,v jwsy VOLUME 3. *M *1^ RE OXIOX CL LTl RE. Onions, if given the proper care will prove to be a profitable crop to raise. Howevei if one makes a success in raising a crop, lie can only do so by working in the field every day the onions are growing. Onions may be raised on any good rich soil. If the land is too sandy the crop is very apt to become too dry for best results. The soil should be rich, fine and free from -weeds and any strawy manure or any other litter that would interfere with close culti vation. Too much stiess cannot be put on having the land free from weeds, since it is a crop that lequiie* a _reat deal of hand weeding, and the plants are very delicate when young. The soil should be rather firm and plowed in the fall rather than in the spring. Fall plowing lea\es the soil firm and in excellent condition for the crop Generally better results may be obtained from spiing harrowing than from spring plowing. A light coat of manure may be spread on and then Han-owed with...

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. — 15 April 1915

A A. *"f Z* I'ii h' RE LAKE NEWS A newspaper devoted to the interests of the Red Lake Chippewa Indians. Semi-monthly, Sept. 1st to 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. Leavenworth, Kansas, March 28, 1915. Mr. Walter F. Dickens, Supt. Red Lake Reservation, Minnesota. Sir:- Just a few lines to let you know that 1 am in the best of health, hoping to hear the same from you. The transfer of places of confinement, has made a decided change of my health. I feel much better now, as the food here is 100 per cent better., 1 sun at present learning to be come a plasterer. Please hand a message to my Fncle from me. Please tell them 1 am well. Inclosed you will find a prison paper, read it through and express your opinion of it. This being all for the pre sent. Hoping to hear from you soon I am, Respectfully yours, ALEXIS ...

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. — 15 April 1915

*"^W?" ^""i""* I IE PAGL AGENCY ITEMS. It is hoped that the- (1ross ^Pii'ls may have a good homo in the near future. Their kitchen and dining room looks clean and neat, but is very crowded. Ephraim Budrow and family have "gotten the habit/' Peculiar to the Tross Lake school em ployee force as well as the pupils of that school, "No place like Cross Lake" but *'Ephv Lake school adds, "We certainly have lots of A\ork here." Old Chief, "Show Me Land" voiced a little symptom of pessimism during our recent trip to Cross Lake. Bur we all get "low d(n\ii" in spirit once in a while. Op timism like corn stalks grows to talk some times, and gets the better of sound judg ment Still it is always best to hope for Wood things. Persistent effort and belief the result is sure to win. Dr. L. L. Culp "turns a trick*' now and then that causes depression among the mem bership. He certainly put one over on the boys recently. We hope the sand scorched his feet. Paul 15eaulieu has been employed by the Chip...

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. — 15 April 1915

hi I it- Ladies' Waists Our buyer succeeded in catching the market right, as to prices and assortment, and we are following our usual cus^ torn by giving you the benefit of all bargains. Are you interested in embroidery or fancy work? If so, we have a surprise for you. Let us show you our stock of Embroidery Cotton and Silk. W have a full line bf Garden Seeds, Buggies, Wagons and Farm Implements. ww -J I IIIIWWWWI The Chippewa Trading Company HAS JUST RECEIVED THEIR FULL SPRING STOCK OF LADIES' DRESS GOODS among which may be found exclusive pat,erns in Silk Crepe tie Chine, Silk Poplin, anil Messaline Silk Dress Trimmings, also Trusolenes, Tub Silks, Crepe, Voiles, Serges, etc Ginghams, fancy and staple Percales Dotted Swiss Dimities and Prints by the thousand yards. You can purchase one yard or a bolt at prices lower than last year in spite of "War Prices." We have added new merchandise all along our usually complete lines and you are sure to be pleased with all we have to offer CO...

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 May 1915

^HpR V0LUMF3. #r PfcT VKt- INDIANS WIN SUCCESS. The recent celebration of. the forty seventh anniversary of Hampton Institute, which brought hundreds of visitors from both the North and the South, made clear the fact that Hampton continues to offer Indian and colored youth rare opportunities for training in "schoolfeaching, farming, homemaking, the common trades, and music. The Indian students at Hampton Insti tute played a conspicuous and important part in the anniversary exercises. There are six Indians in the Senior Trade class, one, Daniel N. Thomas, a Pima, of Sacaton, Ariz., being vice-president of the class. Among the candidates for diplomas there are five IndiansFred Bender, a Chippewa, of Penturen, Minn., W. David Owl, a Chero kee, Roddey, S. C, Rueben Williams, a Tuscarora, Lewiston, N. Y., Carmen Mon tion, a Yaqui, El Paso, Texas, and Cynthia Powdrill, a Pueblo, Ashton, Kan., all having applied for teachers' certificates. Miss Mention and Miss Powdrill have also com plete...

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 May 1915

1 ^yyi\ r.. .T32*! _u' RED LAKE NEWS A newspaper devoted to the interests of the Red Lake Chippewa Indians. Semi-monthly, Sept. 1st to July 15. Subscription 75c a year Entered as second class matter September 1,1912j at the postoffice at Ied Lake, Minn., under the act of March 3,1879. Address all communications to RED LAKE JSEWS, Red Lake, Minn. INDIAN BLOQP RUNS* IN NEW MAY OR'S VEINS. New Leader of Aberdeen is Part Chei-okee. Aberdeen, April 8.Several new features for the municipal government of smaller cities of the northwest probably will be add d by Judge J. M. Phillips, who following ^.election Tuesday is making plans for taking over the leadership of thi city's affairs. Anxojjgi these will be the employ ment of a purchasing agent and jthe crea tion of an advisory committee for the mayor. Phillips is a graduate of the Northwest ern Law school and of Carlisle Indian school. He is three-eights Cherokee In dian and probably is the only partial In dian who has ever held a mayoralt...

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 May 1915

i HEALTH NEWS. Dr. Polk Kicliards, special field physician, with his family and Mrs. Mabel S., Parker, nurse, have been with us for a couple of weeks. It has been a little over two years since the doctor's previous visit, and he states he finds the trachoma situation to have shown greater improvement at Red Lake than at any other-point in this district., We are always glad to have such favorable comment, and to have Dr. Richards with us at any time. Louisa Sumner, the 9 year old daughter of Keniew Sumner has been at the Univer sity Hospital at Minneapolis the last teu days undergoing treatment for a very un usual throat condition. She has been a sufferer from this malady for several years and it is hoped that a few more week's treat ment will greatly benefit her. Katie Sumner, an older sister of the ubove, has been on the sick, list for about ten days, and is slowly improving. J.erry Littlecreek, one of the* familiar figures on the highway between the Agency and. Redby has been conf...

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 May 1915

1 AGENCY ITEMS. (Continued from Page One.) teams recently under Reimbursable Ifcegpla-j tions. The foundation for the new hospital is under way, and it is hoped that the entire building may be finished by July first. Farming operations are in full blast. Many new tracts are being opened, and the largest acreage in the history of the reserva tion will be farmed this season. Mr. Edward R. King, Agency Carpenter, is home from Cross Lake again looking after construction work at the Agency. The Lake cleared this spring on April 21st at Hie close of a strong south wind. None of the boats are out yet, but we hope to hear the familiar whistle soon. Capt. A. C. Goddard has secured several applications for work on the "pick up." Only one report has reached the Agency Office relative to drinking this spring. This is a commendable record for Eed Lake. We trust that there may be none during future payments. Work on Dr. Linton's new quarters at Cross Lake are well under way. The new dairy barn at...

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. — 15 May 1915

1 lyviuw "i"1 VOLUME 3. AOEXCY JTinW. Harry C. Moore, Agency Farmer, return ed the iater part of last month from a nip to dully, Trail, Oklee, Lambert, and Be midji where he purchased teams for Joe Way be nais, Kan ke gay be nais, Bazil Max well, Bodger Green, and Jim Nedeau, also one mare for Solomon Desjarlait, which were sold to the Indians named by the gov ernment under reimbursable regulations. The boys all got fine horses and without ex ception are highly pleased with them. Andrew Carl is a full fledged farmer, hav ing purchased a team of young horses, a new set of harness and wagon together with some tanning implements. A. C. Goddard celebrated a birthday on April 28th. Mr. and Mrs. Blakeslee and family were entertained at his home on that occasion. Mis. Omar (Jravelle and sons returned from New Mexico recently where she spent the winter. Her many friends here at Red Lake are pleased to note that her health has been greatly improved during her absence. Mrs. (Jravelle also vis...

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. — 15 May 1915

SjsfV fc mw.^ ^w^^F*** God gi\J RED LAKE NEWS A newspaper devoted to the interests of the Red Lake Chippewa Indians. Semi-monthly, Sept. 1st to July 15. Subscription. Toe a year Entered as second class matter September 1,1912, at the postoffice at Red Lake, Minn., under the act of ^larch 3, 1879. Address all communications to E NEWS, Red Lake, Minn. RED LAK:E NEWS, NOTICE. The Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions has requested a renewal of their contract for the care and education of one hundred Chippeiwa pupils at St. Mary's boarding school, Red Lake Reservation Minnesota, for the fiscal year ending June 1910. The contract if granted will be on the petition of the Red Lake Indians prepared under the same formalities as the petition of last yea The petition is now in the Agency office where it may be signed in conformity with the instructions of the Commissions of In dian Affairs b,\ any interested Indian. Mr. George II. iilakeslee, Chief C'erk, will explain the purport of the petitio...

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. — 15 May 1915

i I O ECf IVE. .ixY INDllX OF Bl MXEM. Some time ago an old Indian in the West bioke his ax handle and a fanner taking pity on him, fitted, the tool with a new sup ply. Then, noticing that the ax was dull, Fncle Josh decided to add to his kindness by shaipeningit, and asked the Indian to tin 1 1 the grindstone. "Well, what is it?, Wondei-ingly asked the tarmer, noticing that the Indian persist ed in waiting there after the job ^as done. "IK thej-e anything else you want?" Yes, sir," was the prompt rej oilier of the Indian. You no pay me." "Not pay you exclaimed the farmer with a pei-])lexed expression. "Xor pay you for what?" "For turn the grindstone." calmly re plied the chiei. "Twenty-ti^e cents." Kansas City Star. We derive some satisfaction ainway, in kno^ii-g that the abo\e doe not refer to a Ked Lake Indian. The Tndian spoken of is probably a graduate of some "Wild We^t" circus. .IV /Y//lY 17' THE VIlWfXfA C\ E. tXIOY. At the recent annual session of the Vir ginia Christian En...

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. — 15 May 1915

JSvf AGENCY ITEMS. (Continued from Page One.) Joseph BudroAv of White Earth is again back in Keel Lake, being employed as night watchman at the Red Lake school. A new buzz wagon lias been purchased by residents of the Red Lake reservation, George English and Charlie Smith having bought an "Everett :J0" at Clearbrook, Min nesota this week. They brought the car home overland, coming by way of Gonvick, Berner, and the Clearwater bridge. They experienced considerable bad luck in making the trip. A heavy rain which occurred the night before they left Clearbrook made the roads TCI-A heavy, and it required three days of strenuous driving and pushing to get the car through. However, they are here at last and will doubtless keep the roads hot during the balance of the season. The steamer Chippewa put out from the Agency on Friday of tin's week on her maid en vo\age of the 1015 season with a big cargo of lumber and freight for Cross Lake. Dr. Culp and Supt. Dickens were passen gers. The Farm ...

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 1915

VOLUME 3. I RED LAKE SCHOOL ITEMS Supervisor H. B. Peairs of the Indian Office has left us after a three days' visit. Mr. Peairs visited the Red Lake School, the Cross Lake School, the St. Mary's Mission, the Farm Station District, and many other parts of the reservation while here. The school children and employees took a trip on the lake on Memorial day. The boat stopped at Sandy and the Outlet, thence returning to Red Lake. This was the ihst time that several of the party have had an opportunity of seeing the Red Lake River. The crops on the school farm are in need of rain. The corn is coming up and the potatoes are well started. The vegetables from the garden will certainly repay the work necessary to raise them. The boys are doing good work painting the interior of the laundry and also por tions of the school building. The returned students held a meeting at the school building on the 29th. The at tendance was not large as the meeting was called on short notice. Refreshments we...

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 1915

RED LAKE NEWS A newspaper devoted to the interests of the Red Lake Chippewa Indians. Semi-monthly, Sept. 1st to July 15. Subscription 75c a year Entered as second class matter September 1,1912, at the postoffice at Red Lake, Minn., binder the act of March 3,1879. Address all communications to RED LAKE NEWS, Red Lake, Minn. FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION Several of the progressive Indians among the Red Lake tribe have called at the Agen cy recently urging a Fourth of July cele bration at Red Lake. A movement is on foot now among the Indians with a view of arranging a program and entertainment for the home folks on this occasion. It is reported that many of the Indians expect to leave the reservation to celebrate else where. I take this opportunity to advise and request all the Indians of the reserva tion, all members of the Red Lake tribe and affiliated Indians to stay at home and save their money and enjoy a quiet peaceful day on our home grounds. There is consider able work to be done ...

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 1915

BTO7 W^kff: ^0# HAMPTON INDIANS The closing week of the Hampton Insti tute school term has been quite filled with the excitements of honors well earned and interesting events in the life of the Indian students. The cry of victory resounding across the campus Monday was occasioned by the awarding of the prize in the annual com petitive drill to the Indian company, com manded by Captain David Owl, a Chero kee, of Roddey, S. C. The prize is a silver loving cup presented by Lieut. Col. Thomas W. Winston, formerly of Fort Monroe, Va., now of Madison, Wis. The decision was made on military bearing, neatness, com pany and battalion drill. The judges were officers from Fort Monroe. The average of the winning company was 90 per cent, and this company will have the honor of being the color bearers for the school battalion during the next year. Perhaps the most interesting feature on the program of the Hampton Institute an nual spring concert was the explanation and singing of Indian music by ...

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 1915

LESS GOVERNMENT THE BETTER Doctor Abbot Says World Must Solve Prob lem of Brotherhood. From Detroit Free Press. "Dr. Lyman Abbot was heard recently by more than fifteen hundred people in the auditorium of the Detroit Board of Com merce. 1 )r. Abbot, who is the editor of the Outlook, is now 79 years old. He spoke on "The Coming Age." "This government is a necessary evil," said Doctor Abbot. "It is a misfortune that we have to have to have any government at all. The less government there is the better. We must protect persons we must protect business from violations and Avrong doings therefore we must have armies and navies and laws, but the less laws and the less police and the less armies the better. "We have been steadily moving away from that notion of government. We have been steadily moving away from the idea thus presented. The sole idea of government is to protect life, liberty and property, and whenever it undertakes to do anything more than that it is despotism. "This is not...

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