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Town or Villoge
No. of School District
Personal Property Tax List for 1921
A partial list of Personal Property Taxes in Mille
Lacs County arranged in adphabetical order, giving
the assessed valuation, 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 1, when a penalty of 10 per cent attaches.
Personal property taxes unpaid April 1, 1922, will be
placed in the hands of the sheriff for collection.
TOWNSHIP OF PRINCETON.
District No. 1, Rate 87.1 Mills.
Name of Person, Value Money
Firm or Personal and
Corporation Property Credits
Archer, Glen 99
Benseman, Ed. 97 405
Bergeron, Adolph 16
Bergeron, Leon 73
Boyn. L. K. 506
Bornholdt, Wm. 255
Bockoven, Alvah 85
Boxhammer, Herman 30
Bier, Philip 124
Connelly, D. E. 128
Erickson, O. 244
Ellenbaum, Mahlon 18
Flory, Fred 101
Gebert, W. 202
Greenwood, Wm 121
Greenwood, Peter 59
Grip, Wm. 2
Hoehn, Albert A 201
Henschel, Peter 11 400
Ivereon, Elemer 16
James, Abe 46
Jensen, B. 78
Johnson, Aug. 6
Johnson, David 86
Johnson, Carl 5
Johnson Bros 1383
Kuhn, Fred 160
Kult, Peter 158
Lowell, Foster 14
Lowell, H. 46
Lucker, Henry 80
Lueck, Rudolph 127
Mahoney, W. 209
Markgraf, Herman 152
Milbrath, Otto 20 1000
McCool, John 174
Northway, Chas 69 1500
Noeske, Albert 154
O'Brien, C. 33
Oliver, Geo. 379
Pohl, Frank 154
Pohl, Mrs. Joseph 266
Pohlfuss, Otto 211
Rinea, Stover 231
Rust, Hans 10
Sample, Mrs. Mary S 100
Sanford, Elwood 197
Sanford, R. E 117
Sanford, S. S 233
Sanford, Wm. 108
Sauro, Ole 5
Sausser, Val 91
Smith, H. A 473
Smith, Chas. A 95
Schmidt, Ralph 95
Shimming, Mrs. Mathilda 218
Stadden, Frank 5
Stahnke, Frank 194 500
Sterling Brick Co 2185
Shaw, A. E 251
Thoma, Herman 144
Thoma, John 94
Vernon, John 156
Wehrend, Chas. W 108
Wetter, David 420
Young, C. E 26
Zieroth, Carl 39
Carlson, M. A 2000
Wilhelm, Albert, Sr 1000
Dirt. No. 2, Rate 43.7.
Anderson, Fred 61
Everett. E. 91
Kirchoff, demons 182
Mueller, Fred A 31
McGonagle, C. 252
McVicar, Elizabeth B. 3
Orstrom, C. 194
Puth, Geo 250
Schanhaor, Lawrence 212
District 3, Rate 50.6 Mills
Balfanz, John 48
Balfanz, Otto 67
Bockoven, L. 95
Bullford, W. 70
Byers, E. 383
Dalchow, Emit 215
Dalchow, Mrs. Minnie 471 1000
Dehn, Richard 13
Elvin, John 73
Engelke, Ed 169
Gebert, Albert 314
Gens, Emil 204 2000
Gerth, George 137
Gerth, F. W 319
Grapentine, Hugo 153
Guderian, R. 0 249
Gustafson, C. B. 349
Haman, Albert 285
Haman, John 322
Harter, Mre. Hettie 130
Heitman, Henry, jr. 29
Henschel, Peter J. 852
Henschel, W. 85
Henschel. W. C. 85
Misses Trena and Anena Hanson,
who have been attending high school
in Minneapolis, spent the past week
with their parents east of town. They
returned to Minneapolis on Tuesday
Peter Peterson of Opstead transact
ed business in town last Friday.
Misses Amy and Florence Larin re
turned to Minneapolis on Monday
morning, after spending the holidays
with home folks.
A. L. Wambem of Redtop was an
Isle caller on Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Henry J. Schmidt has been
quite ill but is somewhat improved at
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Swanson and
baby of Minneapolis have been spend
ing the holidays with Isle relatives.
Peter Sehlin of Redtop was an Isle
visitor one day this week.
Roy Haggberg left on Monday
morning for St. Cloud, after spending
the past week visiting his folks at this
Rev. 0. Milton Lind was down from
Opstead the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Luke and chil
dren of Minneapolis spent a few days
this week visiting at the S. Leland
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Haggberg
autoed down from Malmo on Mon
day and spent the day visiting rela
Mrs. Victor Peterson was ill a few
days last week but is improving.
Miss Minnie Winter of Greenwald
spent a few days last week visiting at
the G. W. Caswell home.
The following were dinner guests at
the G. W. Caswell home last Wednes-
Notice to Personal Property Taxpayers
Please fill in this coupon, cut out and inclose with your
remittance for personal property taxes.
Otto Henschel, County Treasurer.
8.62 9.66 1.39
15.16 10.51 13.41
23.17 18.38 20.12
3.40 6.00 3.00 2.67 3.98
Name of Person, Value
Firm or Personal
Hoeft, Gottlieb 303
Hoeft, Wm 176
Hoehn, Fred 469
Jensen, Walter 22
Kornman, Robert 334
Kraus, Arnold 143
Kuhfield, Albert 140
Kunkel, Henry 172
Lundgren, Emil 308
Lueck, Arthur 68
Lueck, Paul 171
Manke, Gust 83
Manke, Reinhold 172
Meyer, A. 368
Meyer, Clarence 35
Milbrandt, Aug 218
Milbrant, Ed 192
Milbrant, Herman 207
Mueller, Fred 296
Mueller, Wm. 54
Neumann, Aug 378
Neumann, Herman 29
Neumann, Mrs. Wm 548
Peterson, George 256
Peverstorf, Wm 231
Pike, E. 339
Prahl Bros 431
Prahl, Otto 269
Keed, L. 6
Rick, Carl 355
Reps, H. 217
Rosen, C. 476
Seefeldt, Wm 216
Schlesner, August 278
Steeves, A. W 615
Strauch, A. 0 23
Thoma, George 206
Thoma, Gust 75
Thoma, Henry 298
Thomlinson, A 99
Trunk, Ernest 178
Ziebarth, Hugo 219
Ziebarth, Richard 94
Ziebarth, Wm 149
District 4, Rate 56.5 Mills.
Bandemer & Schwitlick 130
Best, C. E. & Co 160
Bruce, Scott 391
Bruflodt, John 41
Bisso, John 272
Clemens, W 129
Coursolle, V. 153
Eaton, George 460
Generous, Louis 294
Germsheid, Frank 131
Lipp, Wm 141
Lipp & Co 385
Long Siding State Bank 3920
McMinn, Wm 8
Norman, John E 62
Orr, Tom 30
Oelschlaeger, Otto, 99
Rum River Lumber Co.. 1305
Stanley, O. S 36
Steinbrecher, Andrew 272
Thornquist, Gust 114
Webster, C. E 1317
Wetter, David 123
Wolf, George 422
West Branch Co.-Op.
Creamery Association 200
District 24, Rate 45.5 Mills.
Berry, Myron 6
Berry, C. 101
Berry, Lloyd 70
Dahlen, Gust 195
Green. O. W 183
Haglund, John 145
Johnson, Leonard 116
Lundblad, Nels 216
Mattson, Peter 226
Olson, John E 92
Orne. O. 250
Satterstrom, E. 154
Schaeffer, Eugene 27
Siffing, Elmer 151
Slaback, Alice 24
District 37, Rate 45 Mills.
Albreeht, Frank 193
Danneman, Wm 66
Eggert, Fred 453
Ellenbaum Bros 339
Ellenbaum, Mrs. Dora 21
Essig, Nick 250
Lueck, Gust jg2
Mark, Walter 298
Middlemack, Ed 251
Middlemack, W. A. 300
Newton, Fred 522
Newton, Louis B.
Peters, Arthur 220
Peterson, Abel 97
Poley, Paul ?g
Reissig, Paul 205
Rosin, Theo AAQ
17.66 14.42 16.29
day evening: B. F. Frederickson and
family, H. Lyback and family, Charles
Erickson, H. Engler and family, A.
T. and P. L. Christiansen families and
Miss Jessie Haggberg.
A number of Isleites attended a
party at A. L. Wambem's at Redtop on
Wednesday evening of last week.
H. Lyback and family entertained a
number of friends at dinner on New
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence V. Monson
and baby returned home from Robbins
dale on Monday, where they spent the
holidays visiting relatives and friends.
Rudolph Haggberg came down from
Redtop last Monday morning.
Mrs. Oscar Halvorson arrived here
from Forsyth, Mont., last week and
will spend a few days visiting at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A few of our young people greatly
enjoyed themselves at a party given
in honor of Miss Mamie Winter at the
G. W. Caswell home, west of town,
last Thursday evening. The evening
was spent in games and dancing, and
at a late hour a delicious luncheon was
several. The guests then departed,
having spent a most enjoyable even
Peter Haggberg and family and
Miss Amy Larin were Malmo visitors
on Tuesday evening of last week.
Mrs. Christine Mattson and daugh
ters, Stella and Irene, of Wahkon vis
ited at Isle last Thursday.
Mrs. P. L. Christiansen will enter
tain the Isle Civic club on Wednesday
afternoon, January 11.
Arthur Berg has gone to Austin,
this state, to attend high school.
A regular meeting of the school
11.03 10.46 11.22
30.72 12.95 11.69 17.16
21.08 10.92 14.07
4.76 7.54 9.00
1000 3000 1000
3.50 1.70 5.59
4.60 8.19 5.10 8.88 8.33
6.60 5.28 9.83
Zieroth, Rudolph 148
District 36, Rate 45.4 Mills.
Albreeht, Otto 82
Japke, August Z.... 176
Snow. W. A
30 5 13.85
9.90 4.37 3.42
Schmidt, Wm i?2
Stark, O. E 253
Weiss, Runold 92
District 57, Rate 52.2 Mills.
Fischer, John 200
Fors, Erick 128
Rust, Louis 192
Ziebarth, George 101
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board was held at the pavilion last
Kirby T. Snyder, architect of Minne
apolis, was here on business last Fri
Mr. and Mrs. John Love of Little
Falls visited at the Ernest Sandstrom
home last Thursday. They returned
to Little Falls via auto on Friday.
The pavilion presents Marguerite
Clark in "Easy to Get" next Saturday
evening, January 7. Plan to attend.
It's a Paramount picture. Admission,
15 and 25 cents.
The dance given at the pavilion last
Saturday evening by the American le
gion boys was quite well attended in
spite of the snow storm.
Mr. Dingman, an architect of Little
Falls, was in Isle on business last
Thursday evening. He returned home
on Friday morning.
The Farm Women's club gave an
oyster supper at the George Richard
son home last Saturday evening.
DISTRICT THREE I
A few friends of Mrs. Walter Jen
sen called on her Friday evening. The
time was spent in playing cards. A
nice lunch was served at a late hour.
How are the roads? Ask Johnnie
Neuman and Leslie Gustafson. Ha,
Ha, boys, how do you like to get stuck
in the snow
Bertis Bulleigh spent a couple of
days with Marvin Engelke last week.
Lee Steeves and Leslie Gustafson
are busy sawing wood for exercise for
C. B. Gustafson.
Mrs. Ed. Engelke spent Monday
afternoon at the Pike home.
Miss Leona Oakers of Goodhue spent
a few days at Bill Oakers and An-
PRDCCETON UNION THURSDAY, JANUARY
The Gustafson family and Lee
ton Falk homes, i-v
Steeves were entertained at a big
New Year's dinner at the L. D. Bock
The young people started the New
Year by going to church in the even
ing. No resolutions were made
there will ne none broken.
I BLUE HILL
A New Year's party was given at
the Chas. Groff home Saturday even
ing. A very pleasant time is report
ed by all.
There will be services in the Blue
Hill church Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock. All are welcome to attend.
Rev. Clark Pastor.
The Ladies' Aid society will be en
tertained By Mrs. John Miller on Wed
nesday, January 11. This will be an
all day meeting. Lunch at noon. A
cordial invitation to all.
The schools opened again on Mon
day after the children and teachers
enjoyed a two-wooks' holiday vaca
Miss Emma Scheller of Princeton
was a guest of the Matt Johnson home
There will be English services at
Our Savior's Ev. Lutheran church,
Santiago, next Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. Rev. O. M. Gullerud, Pastor.
Dolores Payette spent a few days
the first of the week with little Kath
erine Lipp at Long Siding.
Marion Northway of Minneapolis is
visiting at W. H. Thompson's.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Johnson and
family, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Saxon
and Miss Emma Scheller of Princeton
were dinner guests at the J. L. John
son home on New Year's day.
The Blue Hill Farmers' club and
farm bureau unit met at A. L. Strom's
on Tuesday night, January 3. There
was a good attendance and an inter
esting meeting was held. It was de
cided to have an oyster supper at the
next meeting, Tuesday, February 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Blair will enter
Miriam Fox of Princeton and Orpha
Ross spent Tuesday and Wednesday
with the A. E. Grow family.
Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Dejarlais are
rejoicing over the arrival of a daugh
ter on January 2.
Frank Wenberg of Minneapolis is
spending a few days here with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eisner and son
visited relatives here during the holi
Grace Thompson and Anna Rein
beck have returned to Minneapolis af
ter spending their vacation here.
Catherine Kaposa has returned to
Princeton. She has been helping at
the home of E. P. Grow.
The wedding bells have pealed forth
here in this immediate neighborhood.
Mary Madson and Frank Shirkey were
quietly married at Elk River Septem
ber 30 and at Christmas they sur
prised their friends by announcing
their marriage. We all join in wish
ing them along life of happiness.
New Year's day Lou Libby and Gor
don Robideau were married by Rev.
Chas. A. Mayer. A wedding dinner
was served to about 75 guests at the
home of the groom's father, Nels Rob
ideau. Many beautiful presents were
received. The young couple will make
their home on the E. P. Grow farm.
Their many friends wish them a long
life of wedded bliss.
Mary Lloyd of Swatara and Lucy
Oatman of Moose Lake were visiting
Mrs. Albert Rocheford over the holi
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mallotte and
family of Princeton spent New Year's
day at the Joe Mallotte home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mortimer, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Dejarlais and Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Grow were entertained at
the Kenneth Kenely home Thursday
evening. The evening was spent in
card playing and at midnight a dain
ty lunch was served.
Mr. and Mrs. John Beto, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Heruth, jr., Mrs. B. Rieman,
and Herman Wilhelm were entertained
at Wm. Heruth's on Sunday.
Otto Bauman and Harry Cordes,
who were spending a week in Minne
apolis, returned home Saturday.
Gust and George Schimming left
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for Iowa last Wednesday, where they
will be employed.
Miss Anna Reiman, afteT spending
the Christmas holidays at here home,
returned to Minneapolis on Monday.
Esther and Rose Cordes were callers
at H. Reiman's on Thursday evening.
Anna, Alice and Paul Reiman and
Clara Betzler spent Tuesday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Jensen and
family in Princeton.
Charlie Bauman came up from the
cities on Saturday to spend New
Year's day at his home.
Margaret Wilhelm and Esther Cor
des spent Sunday afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. A. Boehm and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Heruth, jr., and
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Heruth and fam
ily spent Sunday evening with Mr. and
Mrs. John Vernon and family at Brick
H. Mrs. McVicar called at the
Lamb home Thursday afternoon.
Henry Ostrum and Mr. and Mrs.
Farguson called at the Shoop home on
Mrs. Albreeht called at Guy Mc
Broom's Thursday afternoon.
Miss Eunice McVicar from Minne
apolis spent the holidays with her
Mrs. Ostrum, daughter, Helen, and
son, Henry, called at the Shoop home
The school in district two opened up
again Monday morning after one
Miss Rio McVicar spent Thursday
visiting Mrs. Chisholm, who is here
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Lillian Everett spent New
Year's day with her parents.
Mrs. Farguson and Edna called at
the Guy McBroom home Tuesday af
Last Monday morning the men of
this vicinity started putting up ice.
Myrtle Wicktor, Mabel Fafoerg, Mr.
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mc
Broom and son, and Mary McBroom
called at the Shoop home New Year's
Chas. and Tena Johnson of Opstead
have completed drilling the well on
Dr. Ostun's farm and returned to
Roy Haggberg of Isle spent a few
days of this week at the home of his
The Civic club met at the C.
Haggberg home on Thursday after
noon. A small attendance is reported.
The next meeting will be at the Thos.
Vonada home on January 12.
A few of our young people attended
the Christmas program at the Nor
wegian church at Opstead on Decem
The Peter Haggberg family and
Miss Naomi Larin of Isle spent Tues
day evening at the C. G. Haggberg
C. F. Haggberg transacted business
at Aitkin on Thursday.
Mrs. Gust Olson has been on the
sick list the past week but is now
able to do her work again.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Haggberg and
children, Mr. and Mrs. John Hagg
berg and son, Roy, autoed up from
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Office in Odd Fellows Block
DR. NEIL A. STACEY
Over Jack's Drug Store. Phone
ELVERO L. MCMILLAN
Office in Townsend Building
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EVAN H. PETERSON
Office in Odd Fellows Block
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Isle and spent Sunday at the C.
The Carlson brothers transacted
business at Aitkin Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Haggberg and
son were supper guests at the Peter
Haggberg home at Isle on Thursday.
Mrs. Andrew Gould of Opscead
spent Sunday at the Anton Swedberg
C. G. Haggberg transacted business
at Wahkon between mail hours one
day this week.
Mr. Halland arrived from Minneap
olis on Monday and will remain home
for some time on account of the dull
times in the twin cities.
Fred Haggberg of Isle spent Fri
day evening-at the home of his broth
er, C. G., here.
The members of the Free Mission
church held their annual business
meeting at the church on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Haggberg were
supper guests at the C. G. Haggberg
home Sunday evening.
Joe, Ted and Miss Nora Sampson
were Aitkin callers on Monday.
Rev. Swallow's family of Seavey
were dinner guests at the Messersmith
home on Sunday.
Miss Freda Larson spent Sunday
afternoon at the C. Haggberg
Smith's Meat Market
We furnish the best of everything in fresh and salt
MEATS, POULTRY, FISH, ETC.
Prices the lowest compared with quality.
We buy Cattle and Hogs and pay
highest market prices.
The old-established Meat Market on Main Street.
HIDES AND FURS
We pay top prices for Muskrat,
Mink, Skunk etc. We also want Cattle
and Horse hides.
3 After usingjeheap motor fuel
Get a can today from
your hardware or gro
The Best Lamp Made.
For sale at
Olson's Electric Shop
Hides are low, why not get a good robe or coat
made? Robes, tanning and making complete $16*50 to
$19.50. Coats, tanning and making complete $22.50
Townsend Produce Go.
Light Cars Seem the Quick
est to Suffer
Every- Drop Works"
It hasjno kerosene to drip past the
Use 188 Proof Denatured Alcohol
In Your Radiators
Princeton Oi Co.