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Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Iliff and family
and Archie Olson of Crown attended
church here on Sunday evening.
Mrs. Ed. Martineau will entertain
the M. E. Ladies' Aid on Friday, Feb
ruary 4. Everyone invited to attend.
The directors of the Farmers' Ship
ping association held a meeting on
Mrs. Pratt returned from Elk River
on Monday evening, where she had
some dental work done.
The Zimmerman Realty Co. held its
annual meeting last Friday and decid
ed to rent the hall to the I. O. O. F.,
while the furniture now stored in the
hall will be moved into the building
adjoining the hardware store former
ly occupied as a cream station.
Oscar Oscarson has leased the Mor
rison building on Main street and will
have a line of farm machinery for
Rev. Clark, Mrs. Walker and chil
dren and Pearl Bell autoed to Prince
ton on Thursday afternoon.
The ladies of the guild served a de
licious lunch to a large crowd last
M. K. Iliff was up from Elk River
the first of the week.
An unusually large crowd took ad
vantage of the fine evening on Sun
day to hear Rev. Clark's sermon. Rev.
Clark is untiring in working for the
church attendance and church work.
Mrs. Forest Brown went to St. Paul
the first of the week.
Mr. and Mis. Eugene Mickleson
and children spent Friday at the Earl
Mrs. Hall of Elk River is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Alfred Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Iliff of Elk River
were callers in town on Wednesday.
Russell Healy was up from Elk
River the first of the week.
Mr. Nash transacted business in
Minneapolis on Thursday.
Mrs. I. F. Walker and Mrs. Hannay
of Spencer Brook spent several days
of last week at the Billy Walker home.
Mrs. Bergquist of Lake Minnetonka
is here visiting Esther Bergquist, our
hello girl, who has had a serious at
tack of quinsy.
Henry Chilstrom is on the sick list.
Miss Viola Rust spent Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mattson, Mr. and
"Mrs. Gust Dahline and son, Mr. and
Mrs. Gust Haglund, Ted Mattson, Mr.
and Mrs. John Haglund and children,
Mr. and Mrs. Melker Ax and children
and Miss Annie Munch were enter
tained at supper at John Olson's on
A chicken party was held at Mr.
and Mrs. J. O. Runsten's on Sunday
afternoon. A good time was had.
Walfred Anderson spent last week
in the cities visiting friends and rela
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Winsor and
daughter from Isle were here visiting
friends and relatives from Friday until
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Dahline and son,
Mr. and Mrs. John Haglund and fami
ly, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Archer and
family, Miss Anni* !Iunch, Mias Laura
WeKne and *7"l oren ce
Siffing spent Sun
at O. Hamilton's.
John Brown is working for O. Ham
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Haglund spent!
Sunday with Melker Ax and family.
Fennimore Howard has bought a
sawmill. We wish him success.
Melker Ax spent Sunday afternoon
at A. Weline*s.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Hamilton spent
Saturday evening at Charley Mur
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rust, Mr. and
O. Sternquist, Melker Ax and
family, and Henry Karline and son,
Melvin, spent Tuesday afternoon at L.
Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher and fam
ily spent Sunday evening at John
A birthday party was held on Miss
Iva Rust on Monday. She was pres
ented with gifts and a purse of money.
All had a good time.
Many of the farmers have been
"busy sawing wood during the nice
The Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs.
A. Bundy on Wednesday, February 2.
Mrs. Clarence Taylor, president of the
society, says that it is to be a busy
day, so come early and, ladies, re
member your thimbles, scissors and
Mr. and Mrs. Brisbane and little
daughter were entertained at G. A.
Hoss' on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kisner and
family were guests on Sunday at Ar
thur Hunter's home.
The regular meeting of the Farm
ers' club will be at John L. Johnson's I
on Wednesday evening, February 2.
The club is giving an oyster supper
that evening and everyone is invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Johnson and son,
George, were visitors at the Gram
home in Baldwin on Sunday afternoon.
Miss Annie. Sproessig is at her
brother John's home in St. Paul car
ing for the children while Mrs. Sproes
sig is in the hospital.
There will be no services at the
church until spring.
Mr. McCann, who has been visiting
at the home of his daughter, Mrs. A.
Bundy, returned to Iowa on Friday.
Miss Crum visited at Henry Lind's
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lundgren and
family visited at Henry Karline's on
Miss Edith Ericson visited Miss
Mabel Engstrom last Sunday.
Miss Loulis Strong is staying with
her sister, Mrs. John Weeks, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Webb left for
Iowa to attend the funeral of Mr.
Miss Alice Crist and Gordon Thomp
son called at 0. Strong's last Sunday.
Mrs. 0. Strong and daughters, Ver
lie and Loulis, called at David Ander
son's on Thursday afternoon.
Rev. Thorwall, Gust Lind and Louis
Thompson left for Watertown last Fri
day and arrived home on Monday
Miss Freda Flink visited Miss Lillie
Lind on Sunday.
Miss Miriam Johnson visited at A.
Thorwall's over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Carlson visited
at Youngmark's in Greenbush last
Henry Karline is visiting friends at
Mille Lacs lake.
The Free Mission's prayer meeting
was held at Mrs. Mary Johnson's on
Frank Weeks from Rutledge was a
Princeton visitor last week.
Mrs. Ed. Rupes and daughter re
turned to their home in Spencer, Iowa,
on Friday, after spending a month
with her father and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Lilly.
On Saturday evening the younger
set of the neighborhood went on a
hike to the home of Gilbert Clough.
where they spent the evening in play
ing games and dancing. After a fine
lunch all returned to their homes feel
ing that all had had a grand time.
George Web'b returned on Saturday
from Milwaukee, where he went to at
tend the funeral of his brother, who
recently died at that place from pneu
monia. Mrs. Webb, who accompanied
her husband, will remain for a while
and visit relatives.
The many friends of Mrs. Will
House will be pleased to learn that she
is rapidly recovering from her recent
Wm. Bode is busy with his wood
sawing outfit in this neighborhood.
The Modern Woodmen held ladge
at their hall last Saturday evening
Mrs. Frank Patten and infant sun
came home from the hospital last
Wednesday. Mother and son are get
ting along fine.
Fred Lilly went to Mora last Tues
day, returning on Friday to accom
pany his sister, Mrs. Ed. Rupes, to her
Andrew Kalberg of-Opstead was in
town one day last week.
E. C. Boeck and O. A. Haggberg
autoed to Aitkin last Thursday^ re
turning the same day.
Miss Marjorie Scales returned to
Redtop on Monday evening. She has
been employed at Earl MeCullough's
for the past few weeks.
Mrs. B. F. Fredriekson has returned
home from St. Paul, where she has
been visiting relatives the past few
The anti-saloon league meeting at
his home with her for some time.
Albert Haggberg and family of
Malmo were, dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Verne Mott last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hoefer were
very pleasantly surprised last Satur
day evening by a number of friends
who came to spend the evening with
them. The evening's- entertainment
consisted of dancing, after which a de
licious luncheon was served. Those
present report a very pleasant time.
A very pretty wedding took place
on Thursday, January 18, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kummert, 608
Highland Ave., Little Falls, when their
second daughter, Dorothea Johanna,
became the bride of Chester Haggberg,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Haggberg
of Isle. Rev. T. J. Herman, pastor
of the Evangelical 'Lutheran church,
preformed the ceremony, after which a
delightful four-course dinner was
served at the bride's home. The young
ladies of the Lafolot club, Ruth Lane,
Mabel Kjelshus, Vera Von Domerus
and Elsie Kummert, served. A color
scheme in yellow and white was used
on the table. Yellow and white
streamers reached from above to bas
kets of Narcissus,
The bride's home is in Little Falls.
She is a graduate of the local high
school, and attended the St. Cloud
normal, and she has been a successful
teacher. Her many friends in Isle,
where she taught, regret seeing hef
leave, but with one accord congratu
late her and the young man who won
her and wish them all happiness in
the future. Mr. Haggberg is well and
favorably known in Isle and has a host
of friends to wish him well in his new
The out of town guests at the wed
ding were Mr. and Mrs. John Hagg
berg of Isle, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kaer
wer of St, Cloud, Mrs. Clarence Terg
quist cf St. Paul, C. F. and A. G.
Haggberg of Malmo, and Miss Elsie
Kummert of Minneapolis. The young
couple left for a trip through north
ern Minnesota and will soon be at
home to their friends in International
the Lutheran church last Sunday even
ing was fairly well attended.
Marlyn Hopper left on Saturday
evening for Minneapolis with a car
load of potatoes.
Mrs. Perry Swedberg and little son
of Moose Lake spent Sunday at Nels
Mrs. Pearl Eggert left last week
for Maryland, where her husband is
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Russell visited at
Fomwald's in Wahkon last Wednesday
Mrs. John Haggberg is visiting rel
atives in St. Cloud.
Dr. O. S. Swcnnes of Wahkon was
an Isle caller on Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. J. M. Stigers and son, Jack, re
turned home from Mora on Monday.
Guy Carlson, who is employed at
Malmo, spent Sunday at home.
Mrs. Balford Hopper is visiting her
parents at Redtop this week.
Mr. Mickelson and daughter, Miss
Josie, of Redtop were in town on busi
ness last Saturday afternoon.
Miss Adcrine Caswell entertained a
number of friends at her home west of
town last Saturday evening. Gamos
and dancing were the amusements of
the evening and at midnight an oys
ter supper was served. All those pres
ent enjoyed themselves immensely.
Mrs. O. S. Halvorson left on Satur
day morning for her home at Forsyth,
Mont., after visiting relatives here the.
past month. She was accompanied by
her brother, Clifford, who will make
MILO, ROUTE 1
No Milo items in last week's issue
so the correspondent wishes to correct
an item this week which appeared two
weeks ago, stating that Mrs. Broad
head and children, who have been at
)the Miller home for some time, had
left there. This was a false report.
The sixth annual meeting of the
Milo Mutual Farmers' club on Friday
evening, January 14, was well attend
ed. Officers were elected as follows:
Henry Sanford, president John Smith,
vice president and Miss Bertha Deuel
was re-elected secretary-treasurer. A
spelling contest was the leading
amusement of the evening. After the
meeting adjourned lunch was served.
Ronald Sanford has been suffering
with an abscess in one of his ears
but at this writfng is improving.
A dancing party was given at the
I. W. Deuel home on Wednesday even
ing. A large crowd attended and re
port a fine time.
The Totzke Bros, entertained Emil
Barnick, Charles Miller, Emil Thilker,
Gotheria Ogren and Leslie Cone at a
card party at their home on Thursday
I. W. Deuel and Charles Miller were
at Milaca on Monday taking chiroprac
Miss Bernice Stromwall, who is em
ployed at the Sanford home, spent
Sunday at her home north of Fores
Watch for the date of the home
talent play, which will be given soon 5offfrbjrt'
DISTRICT NO. 50
Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson were
visitors at the Ben Johnson home on
Mrs. Walter Wiesenfluh was a week
end visitor at the James Stacey home.
We are informed that Mrs. Chas.
Peterson is dangerously ill. Hope she
may soon recover.
One more new case of smallpox re
ported in this vicinity.
Mrs. C. L. Campbell and son, Burley,
were visitors in Livonia on Sunday af
Ray Bengtson and two of the Camp
bell boys attended the theater on Sun
Call up John Patten for good oak
posts. He has them.
THE PRINCETON UinOlNi THURSDAY, JANUARY 27) 1921
Town or Village.
No. of School District
VILLAGE OF MILACA.
School Dist. No. 13, Rate 147.8 Mills.
Hammerbprg, C. N
Hansen, N. B.
Healey, C. E*. & Co
Heath, Jas. A
Hed. John O
Henderson, Mrs. Grace
Johnson, C. Fred
Johnson, Chas. G.
Johnson, Gust S
Johnson, J. E
Kling, Dr. F.
Koitner, H. L.
Kraici, Dr. F. O
Larson, Mrs. Alfred
La Salle. Olof
Leonard. A. W
Lind, Wm. A
Linder, L. W
Lindstrom, C. A.
Magnuson, E. A.
Mi'aca Bridge Co.
Grandma Healy is somewhat lm- Milaca Hdw. Co.
proved in health. Glad to hear it.
We understand that Mrs. Hugh Ed
munds is quite sick. Hope she may
The Scenic highway is very good
for this time of year.
Herb Campbell has been quite sick
but is improving.
Mrs. Gunder Gunderson of Milaca
was a visitor in this neighborhood last
Lewis Norberg and family were vis
itors at the Sternquist home on Sun
Reuben Norberg returned last week ISFiwrT'Rev.*".'.."I"""'*''"''"" *47
from Stanchfield lake, where he has Olson.'Alfred ^98
been employed. Olson' Arthur W 223
Please fill in this coupon, cut it out and inclose
with your remittance for personal property, taxes.
Name of Person
Firm or Corporation
Allen, J. A
328 236 121 112
226 215 160
OTTO HENSCHEL, Coanty Treasurer.
PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES FOR 1920
A partial list of Personal Property Taxes in Mille Lacs County arranged
in alphabetical order, giving the assessed valuation, the grain tax, the
amount of money and credits and the rate of taxation in each school dis-
trict. These taxes are now due and become delinquent March lf when a,
penalty of 10 per cent attaches. Personal property taxes Unpaid April 1,
1921, will be placed in the hands of the sheriff for collection.
Allen's Dept. Store 6797
Allen & Morneau 481
Alrick & Son 3417
Alrick, M. L."
Anderson. Adolph M.
Anderson. Andrew M.
Anderson, Jno. A
Anderson, N E
Anderson Store. The
Allen, A. S
Beers, Mrs. Hernin
I Bennett, Billy
609 283 168
Berggren, Fredrick N
Bloomqtnst Buisman, W
Bacon, H. P., M.
Baldwin, H. F.
Carter, W. L.
Chuver, E. S
Cramb, R. X.. ~.w.
Culver, Fred _..,,..,.
Cunningham, D. L.-
Christenson, L. J.
Davis, Mary A
Denison, I. W
Duluth Cream & Pro Co.
E^tre. Walter W
56.76 1 7
Name of Person
Firm or Corporation
Olson Tire & Repair Co.
Odell, Dr. L.
Ordquist & Erickson
Oslund, O. E
Parsley, F. E
Peters, Mrs. Walter
Peterson, C. A
Peterson. E. C. & Co.
Peterson, Louis F.
Piatt, J. W
Presley Drug Co
7 qq I Richardson, D. N.
4fi Riosland, FredT.W.
I Rossing Dr
2 '03 Rudd Lbr. Co.
1Q-* fifi Rudisill, Jake
Erickson, W. A
ErfcKsoti. C. E
Ebernardt. Harry 309 5000
Eberftardt. Cfcrist 279 1500
Farmers' Co-op. Cry. 5052 15000
First National Bank _..
FHnk, Alfred 48 1000
Gillett. W. L.
Gray, J". D.
Hagman, W. B.
Bagman Hdw. Co. 4'89 10000
ij.5 Ru ve Lr Co
Yl Tufty, A\ T.
31.3^ 30.59 19.68
212 202 133
13 78 25
45 56 47 37 95
107 146 105
2610 4415 4997
156 124 195 800 165 348 349
26 88 87
Anderson, N A
_'4n Anderson., S.
Halatrom. ft. P.
Jones, O. A
Moline, Roy .f*
Peterson, Andrew A.
26.60 97.55 12.42
26.16 92.08 15.81
36.21 34.44 10.4ff 13.01
Milaca L. S. & Pro. Co.
Milaca Lbr. Co
Milaca State Bank
Mille Lacs Co. Times
McPlure. F. S
Nauss. Rev. E. A
New London Milling Co.
Nelson, Joe N
Nelson. O. Bed
Northwestern Oil Co.
Nyberg, A. E.
3000 4000 6200
15.08 20.10 13.75
267 983 326
35 03 Sahlstrom,r Cb. O
33.10 Schedin, Nels
88*89 Schulta, Joseph
16 85 Schwieger, S.
56*82 Searle, Frank
24*04 i Security State Bank..
n-i'na bitnon, E.
11 09 Sholin, Carl 2gl
24.68, fhurte, Geo.
13 74 I Siren,
20*54 Sjostrum, A. W
19 81 i Sjostrum, Gustaf
j-n'n, Mathison, Henry
Smith, Alfred O
Soderling, Mrs. Clara
Standard Oil Co
Stewart. R. A
Stromberg & Samuelson
Sundt, J. H.
Swam, D. J.
Thomas, F. W.
Town^end Pro. Co
Trumble. Wm. E
200 300 600 200 500
Van Rhee, George 1308
Yager, E. W
qi'eo Youngstrom, Bert
900 63.59 18.62
1.78 3.00 6.00
200 200 100
VILLAGE O WAHKON.
School Dist. Now 33V Rate S5J Mitts.
Bezanson. J. L..
Bate*, W. I.
Burgan, F. A
Brewing Co., Minneapolis..
8.28 1 Britton, L.
6.95 Cooperange Co., Northern
5.47 I Conat, James
14.04 Dehn, Vollie
26.60 Dann. L.
15.81 Emmons, D. E
21.58 i Emmons, G.
15.52 Emerson, H.
5.03 Fisher, Fred
21.45 Foster, Alma
4.14 Gottwerth, A.
41.21 Gerrish, J.
8 28 Hallsten, Emil
18.55 Halgren. C.
6 "SO Hnftelnt Ira
7.98 Hermel, Adolph
10.79 Haggard, Willis
23 06 Kibbey, P.
12.41 Kern. Gust
83.C6 Kibbey & Ferguson
239 172 183 194 144 246
116 106 406
202 303 444
661.54 Lang. Paul
1526.18 MoKersif. Arthur
168.49 Milton Dairy Co
23.36 Munon, Clarence V.
18.33 Morrison, Lbr. Co
20 12 McCuaiw, D.
118.84 Mattson. Mrs. C. -J
24.39 Mann. H.
51.43 Martin, O.
62.68 Mann, M.
1.48 Oredson, N.
6.65 Olson, Otto
3.84 Patterson, Otis
13.01 Parish. P. S
12.86 Potts, F. E
3 811 Patterson. Walter
6.65 I Presler, Fred
1.92 Peterson, P.
4.58 Peterson-Wilson Co
117.21 Ouist. Jas
20.40 Robbins, Oscar
6.95 Sloan. G. E
29.26 Swennes. O. S
10000 1015.68 1 Smith, Frank
100 33.26 SchoBeld. C.
12.84 20.3', 14.64
16.25 16.51 12 2=5 I
40.08 13.62 17.62
2.39 3.74 8.77
5.19 3.57 85
25.79 39 28
The Genesee Pure Food Company
CHAS SVWWT. MINNLAPOUa
Put your money in a good house. You have no
doubt thought more or less about it. Let us suggest
that you look into it now.
Caley Lumber Co.
BENJ. SOULE, Manager
GLAD TO HAVE YOU SEE
one of our steaks or some of
our tender chops. Then ycwill
know how good meat' can be
and how it is unnecessary to
pay top prices to obtain top
quality. Come and market in
person if you can. Our meat
show is full of suggestions for
good things to eat at a-moder
The City Meat Market
EDWARD BOEHM, JR., Prop.
Lath, Posts, ShingUs,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Ce
ment, Lime, Plaster, Roof
ing, Drain Tile, Brick, etc.,
THIS IS AGOO TIME
To figure on those
You will Make
In The Spring!
You will have ample time
To go into
The Matter Thoroughly,.
Have Your Plans
KNOW THE COST
Come in and we will com
mence at the foundation.
Rudd Lumber Co-
J. V. MORGAN, Manager