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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 18 August 1904

11 *r* I 1 WL. 2. *4??1A I TOMAHAWK. ^GJ3. fl. BSABLtEU PubKshec. WSI& Earth Agency, IWSfin.0 Entered at the Postoffioe at White flSartfe, Mian., as mall matter of the fSecaad elass. .BST"A WJ5EKLY NEWSPAPER de vai&d to the interests of the M. 1&M& 'Earth Reservation and sea uiSBllifoaftfewestern^ews. Publish ttd and managed by members of iflsB Bsaerwition. ^Safeacraption rates: $1.50 per tft/owam. For the convenience of iSssae who may feel unable to pay ftes? dha paper yearly or who wish to take it on trial, subscription raay be sent us for six and three *ioatfc at the yearly rates. All sums sent to us should be forward *dfafr registered letter to insure fflfeftp. Address ail commwnica Utoftsto. HE TOMAHAWK WHITE EARTH, MESH. imm VtMlfflMT Assent (T 206 Bond Building Washington 9. ta nl Henderson, 4try In&an claims against the Unifc- sA tortee a speciality. -"SHU, 1 I'M Niles & Engeset. attorneys at Law. TWEN VALLEY, MIMM. .jam-flaw* We make a specialty of 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. — 18 August 1904

&. The Tomahawk. LEE LOGA N, Publisher. .WHITE EARTH. MINNESOTA AH the News of the Past Seven Days Condensed. HOM E AND FOKEIGN ITEMS tfewsof the Industrial Field, Personal and Political Items, Happenings at Home and Abroad. IHE NEW FROM ALL THE WOBLD DOMESTIC. The first boat to cross the line in the Chicago yacht clubs' cruising race to Mackinac island -was the Vencedor, arriving only four minutes ahead of her rival, Vannena. The time, 38 hours from Chicago, established a new record for the yacht racing to Macki nac. Ben Milan shot and instantly killed his wife at Sewell, W. Va., while in a fit of jealousy. Alfred Knapp, the "strangler," who has been condemned to die in the elec tric chair at the Columbus (O.) peni tentiary on August 19, has collapsed and cannot eat nor sleep. The prison officials lear he will have to be carried to the chair. While bathing in the Mississippi river at Alton, 111., Michael Riley, his daughter, and six of the latter's little girl friends were drow...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 18 August 1904

St* '4 1 ^.P Hthe weste,l V&^ "toTy the river. \fHnrt if 1 1 %e^tK^^\^r wg&$*j1iy^v' AN OLD MAN'S TRIBUTE. A Ohio Fruit Raiser, 78 Years Old, Cored of a Terrible Case after Ten Years of Suffering. Sidney Justus, fruit dealer, of Mentor, Ohio, says: I was cured by Doan's Kidney Pills of a severe case of kidney trouble, of eight or ten years' standing. I suf fered the most severe backache and other pains in the region of STDNIY JUSTUS. the kidneys. These were especially severe when ^stooping' to lift anything and often I 'Could hardly straighten my back. The niching was badintheday time, but just A S bad at night, and I was always lame in the morning. I was bothered with rheumatic pains and dropsical swelling of the feet. The urinary passages were painf ul and the secretions were dis colored and so free that often I had to rise at-night. I felt tired all day. Half .abox served to relieve me, and three "boxes effected a permanent cure." A TRIAL FREEAddress Foster Milburn Co., B...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 18 August 1904

GBAlia \.r A*r gent $#ichelefc was approached i1 full blood young Indian -fcujut twenty-one or two years of ige yesterday, who was aeeompani- 3d by a Norwegian girl of the san age, and the iojlowing con ^v&tion took place: Jn.Say Maior I want get ""jeemse. AgtWhafc for? In. This girl he want to get married, Igfc.Well Sam I certainly have 10 objections, who does she want marry? la.Me' Agt.All ight Sam go ahead and get marri ed In.But I wanttoget license igt.- Well step into JoePenault md he will fix you out. And the ndaan and his fianance withdrew Mr. Perrault's desk where the (eee&sary license was obtained. RNDS SOLD MONDAY. *T$Li following tsacts of Inherit- -d Indian land were sold on MJon ay, August 15th. O-gub-ay-ah-sin-o-quay, Si of fWi sec. 18 township 144 range 1. Mary L. Saice, E i of iEi sec. 9 township 144 range 42. 1 u-ke-wen-zie. Si of NEi sec. 34 Wnship 144 range 42. Way-ke lic-ge-shig, Lots 1 and 2 sec. 1 |wnshi 144 range 42. Michael tay-bay-gown-ay-aush, W of ...

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 September 1904

\SK. _i mr orfft AQ6I& SOtn. to tite ia*iwaaf aBrifati.Niit.iUiMwi. 'MM 4 end rsacatfed by wwbt*soi the Bwof^waloBi. iZ'j^MMM^ini rases* P anjpaav BW the aoavreaiemee of fjsjae wfco aaey feel uaabto to pay *jr*Ve paper yearly orwho wish ^to taws ft a subscription f^ ne*? to seat fer nix and three n*J*e)e at the yearly rates. AH sjaeatent to we ihtwiM be forward ed fey ragjtoterod lotto* to insure safely. Addaesa all coin^uniea- 9sBJ T4SUWX gr-" -.-_ ^fBMB BAMS, TOMAHAWK Mum- IMM mtTRTlVf kmmr Bud Bufltta| p1 .Rtiewmit,Atty against tfw Uni*- Mint. Special attention given toProbate jLsw and pretesting titles to lands on the Reservation. White Earth I LBAKERY. ^Freeh Bread, Pies aa* Cakes. Bak e*B very Day. wrrleker, fnfs Opp. Hotel ADVERTISE.., j fie TOMAHAW 'ir &&*& 3L^i has been a ce*,- sistaht opponent to the segregation oi a large portion of the tribal lands of the Ckippewas at Leech, Oass and Winnebegoish lakes for forest*j or park purposes. The .bails of $bis opp...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 1 September 1904

ft A t- The Tomahawk, LEE LOGAN, Publisher. WHITE EARTH. MINNESOTA A WEEK'S RECO All the News of the Past Seven Days Condensed. HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS flews of the Industrial Field, Personal and Political Items, Happenings at Home and Abroad. 1THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD DOMESTIC. A tornado of small proportions, but of exreme fury, swept down upon the residence portion of North St. Louis, Mo., resulting in the death of two per sons, injury to probably 50 and damage to property estimated at $100,000. A woman was killed and 10 persons in* ured at Venice, 111. A cloudburst at Globe, Ariz., has re sulted in several deaths and the destruc tion of much property. May wheat has just broken all records for the last six years in Chicago, when it touched $1.13%. There is consternation over the death of fish in the lakes around Albert, Minn., and no one can explain the cause. They seem to suffocate, although there is a good stage of water. Tons of fish are dead along the shores. William Montgom...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 1 September 1904

i 5 1 i. ILLUSTRATIVE FOWL FABLE, Showing That Parents Cannot Al ways Follow Their Children Into Society. There was once an humble hen, "who fcatched out, by mistake, a flock of owls, says Judge. Of couiae, so soon as the owls were big enough to make their debuts they began staving out until all hours of the night, and mingling in the giddy whirl of soci- To this, however, Mamma Hen object ed, saying that she had not been brought .up in such a way, and she did not believe that it was pioper for her children to go .gallivanting around. At this the owl-chickens conferred .among themselves, saying "Poor mamma! With her antecedents it naturally is hard for her to know who'a whoo." MoralSometimes it is difficult for the parents to enter society. Shouting Their Praises. Priarpoint, Miss., Aug. 22 (Special). Cured of Bladder and Kidney Trouble af ter 26 years of suffering, Rev. H. H. Hatch, of this place, is telling the pub lic the good news and shouting the praises of the remedy that cure...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 1 September 1904

6 3 THEY ILL THAT WAY. Earmer Gaff once gave utterance to as exclamation that has become classic to the elders of this reser vation. It was away back ia'those days when this reservation was net when the United States In dian agency for the Chippewas wa located upon the eastern high bank of tho Crow Wing river, a few miles above its con fluence with the Mississippi. Opposite the mouth of the Crow Wing river was the village of Crow Wing, the old homo of so many of the proaent residents of this reservation and the final rendevons before leaving for their Jpmes, of the various bands of In dians, who had been summoned from North, East and West to re ceive and acknowledge receipts of blankets, clothes and other art icles oi merchandise, and the very hard cash which tho Great Father at Wash-ton-oong had sent out to them in fulfillment of treaties long drawn out. Here to were tlie headquarters of the various traders who did business through out the wooded and prairie re gions of northwester...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 25 May 1905

,gS *wi\?trv*?**i"r"""'" fv VOL. 3. The TOMAHAWK. WS. H. BEAULIEU Publisher. White Earth Agency, Minn. Entered at the Postoftice at White l| Earth, Minn., aa mail matter of the second class. J3TA WEEKLY NEWSPAPER THIS TOMAHAWK "WHITE EARTH, MINN. ^Hotel Leecy*^ Whit Earth, Minn. The Largest and Most Commodious Hotel on the Reservation. Tabls always bountifully supplied with everything that the market affords, including game and fish in season. A large and comfortable, Feed and Liv-er.y stable in connection with Hotel. BUS LINE Between White Earth and Ogima, run in connection with the hotel. Meet all trains. JOHN UECY Prop. high water BUS LINE. Will run between White JEerth and Ogima, Meets all train* and will also handle freight. 1 mgsBBBSssesssssBSsssi ggg de voted to the interests of the "White Earth Reservation and gen eral Northwestern News. Publish ed aad managed by members of the Reservation. Subscription rates: $1.50 per annum. For the convenience of those who may feel unable...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 25 May 1905

5 I ~r~ White Earth Agency, Winn. Entered at the Tostofllce at White Earth, MJnn., as mail matter of the second class. J3TA WEEKLY NEWSPAPER de voted to tho interests of the White Earth Reservation and gen ural Northwestern News. Publish ed aad managed by members of the Reservation. Subscription rates: $1.50 per annum. For tho convenience of thote 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 month* at the yearly rates. All sum* sent to us should be forward ed by registered letter to insure afety. Address all communica tions to. THE TOMAHAWK WHITE EARTH, MINN. ^A*Hote* Leecy^ White Earth, Minn. The Largest and Most 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 Hotel. BUS LINE Between White Earth and Ogima, run in connection with the hotel....

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 25 May 1905

ITOFII WEEK'S EVENTS HOST IMPORTANT HAPPENINGS AT HOME AND ABROAD IN CONDENSED FORM. THE WAR IN THE FAR EAST Progress of Hostilities Between Rus sia and JapanDoings at Wash- ingtonItems of Interest from All Over the World. THE CHICAGO STRIKE. Powerful influences are said to have been interjected into the teamsters' strike situation in Chicago by President Samuel Gompers, of the American Fed eration of Labor, and a speedy termina tion of the strike is predicted. Fifteen hundred pupils walked out after attacking nonunion drivers who tried to deliver coal at the Harrison street school, Chicago. Mayor Dunne is worried over the cost of the strike to the city of Chicago, which amounts to $2,500 a day for ex tra police. The Chicago city council went on record for settlement of the teamster's strike. By a vote of 45 to 20 it adopted a resolution asking the mayor to ap point a committee of five, whose duty it shall be to urge arbitration of the existing troubles. A schoolboy was allot dead i...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 25 May 1905

The Tomahawk. LKE LOGAN, Publisher. WHITE EARTH. MINNESOTA SUMMARY OF A WEEK'S EVENTS MOST IMPORTANT HAPPENINGS AT HOME A ND ABROAD I N CONDENSED FORM. THE WAR IN THE FAR EAST Progress of Hostilities Between Rus sia and JapanDoings at Wash- ingtonItems of Interest from. All Over the World. THE CHICAGO STRIKE. Powerful influences are said to have been interjected into the teamsters' strike situation in Chicago by President Samuel Gompers, of the American Fed eration of Labor, and a speedy termina tion of the strike is predicted. Fifteen hundred pupils walked out after attacking nonunion drivers who tried to deliver coal at the Harrison street school, Chicago. Mayor Dunne is worried over the cost of the strike to the city of Chicago, which amounts ix ?2,500 a day for ex tra police. The Chicago city council went on record for settlement of the teamster's strike. By a vote of 45 to 20 it adopted a resolution asking the mayor to ap point a committee of five, whose duty it shall be to urg...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 25 May 1905

-i I 1 I 1 -i Privnt* Car Lines. The railroads se em very willing to 'have the private car lines brought un der the jurisdiction of the Interstate Commerce Commission. A railroad president is authority for the state me nt that lines are paid mileage, with out discrimination, and the question of excessive charges is a matter for the shipper to settle with the car lines, so long as there is no law to govern their rates. Car mileage paying has been de cided to be as legal as the payment of rental for property. RARITIES AND RELICS. The exposition of rare old books and manuscripts now being held In the British Museum includes the oldest known manuscript of the Bible, of the ninth century. A 14-page letter, written by Mary Queen of Scots in January, 1562, stat ing that she had under consideration the formation of a large party of the nobility, was sold at auction in London the other day for $4,500. A Psalter, which belonged to Bos well, as sold at Sotheby's in London recently for 15. It c...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 25 May 1905

Private Car Lines. The railroads seem very willing to have the private car lines brought un der the j:\risdiction of the Interstate Commerce Commission. A railroad president is authority for the state ment that lines are paid mileage, with out discrimination, and the question of excessive charges is a matter for the shipper to settle with the car lines, so long as there is no law to govern their rates. Car mileage paying has been de-* eided to be as legal as the payment of rental for property. RARITIES AN RELICS. The exposition of rare old books and manuscripts now being held in the British Museum includes the oldest known manuscript of the Bible, of the ninth century. A 14-page letter, written by Mary Queen of Scots in January, 1562, stat ing that she had under consideration the formation of a large party of the nobility, was sold at auction in London the other day for $4,500. A Psalter, which belonged to Bos well, was sold at Sotheby's in London recently for 15. It contained the i...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 25 May 1905

ji T^Mi SB? v- 0 3 I 1 1 QQNATE |v Tftt^gfctbe efforts of Contfess- .J^an Stchersbn the commissioner ^indian affairs favored the ti\6w }^:.^xaA^:tin thousand dollars to- ^i*^^^a\d0Ttsy'ms the expenses of :^fhiB aDnual^ Chippewa celebration the June 14th, but the secretary '/*#th interior would not give his \^9,ttion to the necessary autbori-at this amount, and for i this the association which has ilfiar in charge, is again bom i^^Hfecf to rely on the uncertain ./^JiS^aAi^oisome of the members 4&fth 8 reservation. liast year we we refortunate in haying^a payment made just prior ir^to and during^the celebration,! and |Jirouglf the encouragement and aid of the Indian agent here, the organization managed to get suffi eient money to defray the expens es of the celebration and had a ajmall balance left which is in the hands :Of %e treasurer, I^Ss year we are equally fortun atc ife havingcelebration, another payment onhome i- of the and the eV proposition to again deduct so much per ca...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 25 May 1905

1 ?JF f- i ALL DONATE FREELY. ThtdHghJihe efforts of Congess ^an Steenerson, the commissioner ~ofIndian affairs favored the allow- -r anee ijf one thousand dollars to- rifards^defraying the expenses of -the annual Chippewa celebration j^g ?-6n the June 14th, but the secretary the interior would not givo his J6atJ6tro to the necessary authori- v^^y'ip this amount, and for this 7^asdh the association which has ^j^p^Mitfer in charge, is again oom- ^v^^P^ to.rely on the uncertain ii^ality of. some of the members 4 tli reservation. rT.:**' iia&t year we we refortunate in hayinga payment made just prior ^to and during the celebration, and through the encouragement and aid of the Indian agent here, the organization managed to get suffi cient money to defray the expens es of the celebration and had a small a balance left which is in the hands of t%e treasurer, Tl$s year wo are equally fortun fij nie iif having another payment on l"7-. 'the eve 01 the celebration, and the proposition to ...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 13 May 1915

I I 1 ^w/f Justice and Fair Dealing for every Indian who desires to become a good Citizen. Vol. XIII. THE TOMAHAWK, QUS H. BEAULIEU. Publlshei White Earth Agency, Minnesota. Eniered at the Postoffice at White Earth, Minn., as mail matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION: S1.S0PER YEAR III ADVANCE Characteristic Treatment Of Educated Indians Who Fight For Tribal Rights. The following letter has been sent to THE TOMAHAWK for publi cation by Mr. J. F. Estes, of the Yankton Sioux Reservation in South Dakota. It is characteristic of the treat ment progressive Indians are re ceiving upon all the Indian reser vations throughout the country, unless they make unlimited con cessions to a majority of the gentry commonly called "super intendents", but who could more appropriately be called tyrants. If Commissioner Sells continues to allow superintendents of the kind he keeps at Yankton, this and other reservations throughout the country, his administration will be no improvement regarding Indi...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 13 May 1915

EPITOME OF THE BIG HAPPEN- INGS OF THE WEEK. TO BE READ AT A 6LANCE Items, Both Foreign and Domestic, That Have Interest for Busy Read ers, Arranged and Classified for Their Convenience. JLuropean War News Thirty thousand Russian soldiers, 22 cannon and 64 machine guns were captm-ed in the battle of West Galicia, according to official statements given out in Vienna and Berlin. Petrograd admits that the Austro-German armies crossed the Dunajec river in Galicia. In a dispatch from Athens received by the London Exchange Telegraph company the declaration is made that the vali of Smyrna has entered fresh negotiations with the allies for the sur Tender of the town. It is officially announced at Berlin that a German airship dropped bombs bn several English submarines in the North sea. One submarine was sunk. Three more British boats, two trawl fcrs and a steamer, have been torpedoed by German submarines in the North luea. Six lives were lost. A Five towns taken by the Ger mans in their lat...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 13 May 1915

EPITOME OF THE BIG HAPPEN- INGS OF THE WEEK. TO BE READ ST A GLAHCE Items, Both Foreign and Domestic) That Have Interest for Busy Read ers, Arranged and Classified for Their Convenience. European War News Thirty thousand Russian soldiers, 22 cannon and fi4 machine guns were captured in the battle of West Galicia, according to official statements given out in Vienna and Berlin. Petrograd udmits that the Austro-German armies crossed the Dunajec river in Galicia. In a dispatch from Athens .received by the London Exchange Telegraph company the declaration is made that the vali of Smyrna has entered fresh negotiations with the allies for the sur rentier of the town. It is officially announced at Berlin that a German airship dropped bombs ttn several English submarines in the North sea. One submarine was sunk. Three more British boats, two trawl fcrs and a steamer, have been torpedoed by German submarines in the North fcea. Six lives were lost. Five towns taken by the Ger mans in their la...

Publication Title: Tomahawk, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tomahawk. — 13 May 1915

^X^0^00000^||[ Courtship a la Mode s GEORGE COBBETT (Copyright, 1915, by W. G. Chapman.) De Vincy, polished Frenchman and man of the world though he was, felt strangely disconcerted as he found himself face to face with Miss Elsie .Vining. They had never met *uoe to face be fore without the presence of a third person. Indeed, from the beginning it had been quite obvious to observers that an excessive amount of worldly ceremony, amounting to the ridiculous in the free land of America, surround ed the pair. In fche big ballroom the cynics looked at each other and grinned. "They've gone into the conserva tory together at last," said Charlie Twiss. "Look at old Mamma Vining! Doesnt she look conscious that she's pulled eff a good thing?" "And look at papa," said his friend, Hobby Brooks. "He seems to think his millions have worked something almost as good as a stock exchange coup." heartlessness of the marriage d^e convenance in America is so much gf-eatar than in France just because it ...

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