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PERSONAL TAX LIST
The following is a complete list of
the personal property taxes for the
county of Mille Lacs. These taxes be
come delinquent on March first next,
at which time a ten per cent penalty
will be added. On April first all taxes
unpaid will be placed in the hands of
the sheriff for collection.
TOWN OF PRINCETON.
Gottard Arahold
John Boyn
R. Braton
Ed. Benseman...
Wm. Carmody
Cream Brick Co.
Carlson Bros
M. A. Carlson
Philip Devlin....
!S. E Dorn
N. 1'. Uahlin...
John Fischer.
Faru'm Brick Co
R. W. Freer...
Ferdinand Flory.
Augu st Henschel
LouibC Holthus..
H. I Holthus
C. E llealy
Frank Henschel.
H. Heitman, sr
Holland
George Hurley...
Win. E. Johnson
A. 11. Johnson...
Joseph Johnson.
Carl Johnson
David Johnson..
August Jopke
Kuhn Bros
A. Lowell
Harry McClellau
11. L. Mathis
H. Markgraf.
Rufus Morton
R. H. Mount
Harold Mudgett.
H. M. Marshall..
McClellan
Albert Noeske...
Caroline Olson...
John E. Olson...
Thomas Post
P"ton Mer. Co
P'ton Brick Co
Joseph Pohl
August Pinz
Ch as Pinz
Frank Kean
S. Kines
S. S. Sanford...
Fred Stehl
Val bausser
Henry Schmidt..
Wm. Schimmiug
A. Steinbach
Will Steadman..
Fred Schimming
Willi am Schlee..
Alice Townsend.
Geo.A.Townsend Albe rt Williams.
John Williams..
S. W. Williams..
Woodcock&Oakes William Arnett..
Eoward Davies..
George Haddow.
A. G. Nyberg.
Caleb Pinkham..
R. E. Sanford....
E. L. Anderson..
John Bandimer..
C. Bulleigh
Wm. Bechdel.
David Berry
Royal Berry
G. E. Chute
John E. Foote...
D. R. Higby..
Emma Perrault.
E. J. Satterstrom
John Shannon.
Vorne Mott
W. H. Steeves
Clara Horstman.
J. Selander
Long Mer. Co....
$3.28 D. Bockoven. $3.98
11.78 Henry Dalcho w. 8.88
2.00 Ed. Engelke 1.35
U.U7 August Gebert.. 5.52
3.03 August Gerth.... 10.S4
12.23 William Gerth 1.10
5.53 H. Heitman. jr 2.29
5.87 Joseph Iloehn... 8.70
7.4.i Albert Harmon.. 6.47
1.0.") John G. Hjelm 4.34
1.(11 William Hoeft... 2.80
3.03 Harter 8.1(1
44.7!) Gottloeb Iloeft.. 7.00
.34 Peter Henschel. 3.83
4.21 Otto Henschel. U.lit
.IW John Harmon... (i.83
Henry Jopp 4.3V
5.77 Robt. Kornmann 4.09
9.78 Fritz Kunkel 3.39
7.07 Wm. Khngbeil.. 4.15
3.43 H. Leuck 2.98
.39 Louis Lunn 16
1.57 Emil Lundgren. 4.09
1.01 Gust Manke 5.11
.9cS H. Milbrandt 1.94
.25 E Milbrandt.... 2.89
1.81 Aug. Meyer.. 5.18
1.23 Fred H. Mueller. 4.34
0.94 August Neumann 1.72
11.01 Wm. Neumann.. 8.41
3.37 Otto Prahl 6.06
.39 E.G.Pike 5.74
.88 John Peterson.. 4.40
3.52 Herman Remus. 4.56
30.43 CarlKieck 5.11
1.96 Albe rt Reicho w. .91
8.132 Julius Reisig.... 3.20
.29 Wm. Seifeldt.... 4.86
.78 Frank Schilling, 4.34
3.OS Louis Saxon .95
13.26 Arthur Steeves.. 7.8(5
3.91 Aug. Schlesner.. 5.35
4.01 George Schmidt. 8.51
26.90 Paulina Thoma.. .16
59.07 John Thoma 7.48
9 00 A. G. Thoma.... 6.82
2.45 Karl Wei ss 3.33
.09 Wm. Ziebarth... 2.98
1.27 Ziebarth 85
.25 Scott Bruce 7.44
15.11 A. W Burke.... 9.52
1.41 Andrew Larson. .27
2.93 Aaron Larson... 1.22
12.62 J. A. Wetter 0.07
5 14 W. Br. Crmy.Co. 11.94
2.89 David Wotter... 5.36
1.47 Joseph Wolf 7.44
7.24 August Albrecht 4.20
.78 Karl Bandemer. 3.09
.20 Nick Essig 2.66
5.82 JacobEllenbaum 9.63
1.37 FredEggert 15.72
1.12 Aug Jaenicke. 9.78
4.64 Gust Leuck 5.04
60.00 Frand Maihaeck 9.18
4.16 E. Middlemack.. 11.79
.61 O. Olson 7.49
5.48 Abel Peterson... 5 62
.24 Theodore Rosin. 11.83
1.15 Henry Schenck.. 3.23
2 06 Wm. Sellhorn... 8.97
4.02 G.Schramm 5.85
1.63 Augnst Schmidt 15.99
1.91 Wm. Schmidt... .95
.76 S. E. Tingluf.... 1.01
1.12 C. H. Berry 2.72
1.27 C. Briggs 93
3.65 M. Ellenbaum... 1.90
4.09 Erick Haglund.. 5.16
2.24 O. D. Orne 5.36
1.85 Don Sausser 1.12
7.21 Lafe Slaback.... 7.89
8.23 II. Levin... 3.44
4.15 Louis Rust 6.44
1.15 A. H. Steeves... 2.20
.41 Wm. Sfhmidt. .19
.34 G.W.Marshall.. .15
3.75
'IOWN OF BOGUS RROOK.
Adolph Minks...
Otto Ailslager...
Mike Bonkowski
John Dalchow...
Wm. Fischer....
.8 2 Reinhold Jopp.
O. Kellstrom.
09 AlbPrt Leuck....
05 August Meyer...
.59 Fred Pulfus
03 Wil'mina Quade
A. Schmatz
.65 Chas. Anderson.
,11 Rudolph Adams.
Eri ck Lundgren.
.53 John Byl
73 Axel Bragg
77 Peter J. Carlson.
42 John Hallstrom.
.05 C. Jacobson
Gus W Johnson.
Frank Kaufert..
,2 2 Otto Minks
.63 G. Magnuson.
12 Jonas Norman...
S.C.Nelson Peter Olander...
23 Albert Riebe....
J. Sorenson...
M.C. Torring....
.79 Nels Wanned....
.40 GusAbrahamson
.05 And. Anderson..
.91 William Bennett
.42 John Ediso n.
.77 Swan Fredlund.
.96 Ole Hanson.
.45 Jabob Hellgren.
.07' Axel Johnson
.97 Chas. Lindgren.
.78 N G. Nelson
.62 Jacob Norgard..
42 John Peterson..
.90 Daniel Swanson.
89 L. G. Schedin
17 JoreenTolstad..
.95 And. Anderson
.(3 Harold Bredahl.
.10 A.Christianson
.12 John U. Hubers.
08 Henry Hubers...
.74 Jake Jongejend.
.69 P.Kiel
.00 John Kok
.08 Henry Nagel.
31 E. Parsley..
56 Timmer
.6(1 ike Anderson..
25 J. E. Campbell.
Gustar Carlson.
77 Ole Folwick..
10 John Volwick
59 Chas. Johnson...
86 Wm. Koepke
73 L. Lien
.15 L. E Livingston
88 Emil Nelson
.09 John Nyquist....
.03 Alfred Skoglund
.72 S. K. Taft
.15 Chas. Stromberg
.17 Theo. Zimpel....
William Braum..$10.44
Gust af Minks 4.51
Gusi af Ploog 7.05
George Drabout. 8.09
Herman Enime.. 2-.42
Carl Hoeft 1.
August Kuhrke. 11.95
F. Klaustemier.. 4.
E Lnndgren 2
G. II. Miller 4
Paul Quade 1
Au g. Schwantes. 1.50
Carl Selbcrt 2
Aug. Anderson... 5
M. B. Anderson.. 10.87
Bernt Anderson. 6
Chas. Bergman.. 3
C. A. Berglund... 5,
C. Gulborg 2.
Peter Jensen 9
W Jensen 11.09
O. T. Kirkcvold.. 8.56
Henry Lange 4.
Henry Minks 7
Christ Minks.... 9
Swan Nelson. 4.34
M. A Newman.. 8..01
Andrew Peterson 3
Bon Snow ?.13
Herman Schlee.. 3.73
Robert Trabaut.. 3
Gideon Wicklund 3
Albert Anderson 4
J. H. Blackburn. 3
L. E. Died rick. 5
A. J. Franzen 1
John Grandlund. 2
C. Halverson 5
Isak Ingmau. 2
Olof Lofgren 1
Swan O. Nilson 2
John Nelson 1
Nels Peterson... 5
Peter Rydberg... 1
Herman Sjol. 4
Hans Thompson. 3
John Wager
A. Blocker 9
II. Christoph'son 3
Sam Droogsma.. 6
Henry A. Hubers 4
A. J. Jetsinga 7
W. 10. Jones
D. Kuether 12
S. G. Melin 4
Absolom Nelso n. 6
Ben VanRoekel.. 10
John A. Anderson 3
Chas. G. Carlson. 5
Axel W. Carlson. :i.57
C. A Erickson... 5
John Franzen. 1.
Gus Johnson I
Theo. Jorgenson. 2
Wm. Lamprecht. 4.
C. B. Love. 4
N. O. Nelson 3
Kate Nieson
Nels Olson 1
Mrs. E. Taft 4
Herman Zimmor. 1
Ed. Benseman...
TOWN OF
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TOWH OF Ifnx.
Gust Anderson.. $1.87 Erlaus Johnso n.
B.D.Benson 4.83
H. B. Case 4.96
Alex Johnson .34
And. Lindquist.. 2.56 2.23
4.73
4.46 3.50
Jacob Peterson
Louis Peterson..
August Reinard.
Dennis Salee...
Herman Axt 3.33
John Arseth 6.71
John-Anderson.. 2.33
Nels Anderson.. 4.86
R. N. Atkinson.. 3.35
Andrew Beck 67
Aug. Blomquist.. 2.35
Archie Cone 96
Ira Callander 4.20
Helen Cone 06
Lucy S. Cone.... 3.93
Wm. Deuel 9.03
G. C. Evanson.
J. A. Gibla rd
N. A. Hagstrom..
E. M. Judd
NelsE. Johnson.
John Kling
Wm. Kennedy...
C. A. Larson
Bridgeman &
Russell
John Lindquist..
M. E. Northway.
Chas. Nordstrom
Nels Nelson
Lars Olson.
George Otten
Ole Gpsahl.
J. E. Paulsoh
Mary Stark...
Dinora Waxmuth
Chas. Wessin
O. J. Almlie
Alfred Anderson.
Mary J. Ayers..
2.81 2.17
3.95
3.81 2.48 2.60 6.40
2.06
1.03
5.40
4.38
6.19
3.02 1.02
5.19 4.29
3.90
.96
2.69 2.74 1*16
2.07 6.71
Christ Bond 7.74
Eugene Bemis... .70
Harry Bemis 8.25
August Barnick. 1.76
W. Barnick... .62
John Bleed 4.05
Mrs.J.L.Bergman 5.42
A Christopherson 3.23
Carl Ekberg 3.93
Axel Erickson... .70
Charles Hedman 4.03
Carl Johnson 2.45
Christi an Jenson .03
Jacob Eindquist. 4.23
C. Nieumann 2.63
Hans Nels on 60
John Olson 1.40
Hilma Stark 5.37
Olander Person.. 3.51
Bernt Strombeck 1.83
Fred Warner.... 6.46
G. W. Clayton... 1.66
Alfred Carlson.. 1.58
Carl Carlson 6.30
Lena Goad 25
Dan Harshman.. 1.48
i.E.Johnson 2.76
Jan Vedrink 7.14
Jake Van Rhee.. 11.15
Peter Cook 3.25
J. H. Hunter 2.51
George Johnson. 7.15
Paul Johnson 5.54
Oscar Nelson 4.81
George H. Deans 18.10
N Anderson. 4.71
John G. Axel 6.40
Hanna Bostrom. 3.72
D. Baking 3.57
Ole Bjerksett.... 10.84
Henry Droogsma 3.94
W. Ghering... 4.71
Peter Hanson.... 3.94
Thomas Johnson 2.37
Herman Nelson. 5.55
Simon Noordam. 6.32
Louis Olson.. 2.68
Nels Pearson 5.75
Gust Rosenberg. 3.29
Gust af Sjostrom. 6.09
L. Watt 8.23
Bernard Lund... .49
Jacob Kling 2.07
Frank Deuel 1.95
Steph Northway. .10
Ira W.Deuel 2.13
B. A.Bradley 58
And. Anderson.. $2.79
Fred C. Broeker. .47
A. Enorth.... 6.52
Sorin Erickson.. 1.03
Foley Bros., Lar-
son & Co 204.60
Jonas Grant.. 6.32
O. A. Haggberg.. 1.49
E. H. Lewis 3.40
E. M. Murray.... 1.17
Chas. Mai one.... 66.17
Swenson&Brob'g 30.69
C. Wicklander... .66
Mrs.Haggard&Co 16.84
JohnKruger 29
Samuel Mattson. 5.81
D. H. McCuain.. 9.86
M. E. Rutherford 14.06
J. Mattocks... .18
MILACA. James E. Hall... SI.37
C.A.Anderson.. .61
John Carlson. 6.98
A. Engebretson. 15.26
C.H. Ha'merberg 4.84
Peter Jensen 1.53
Louis Johnson... .39
Samuel Benson. 18.49
E E Mollan 10.05
Iver Olness 8.97
Lemuel Phillips. 1.00
Peter Tingblad.. .77
S. A. Anderson.. 2.36
Jennie Ekblad 1.20
N. G. Gustafson. 3.82
Ben Hanson 3.26
O. N. Holm 3.41
Louis Larson. 3.69
Gilbert Mattson. 5.87
C. A. Nash 4.23
Andrew Olson... 1.45
John A. Overby. 3.98
Ed. Peterson.... 7.03
John J.Sandholm .36
Nelse Swedin 2.61
John Ahlstrom.. 5.41
Andrew Beaver. 8.54
Louis Bratt 2.49
Lars Forslund... .61
J. Kallgren... 1.78
Frank Kunst 2.42
Gust Nystrom... 3.81
Amel ia Pederson 1.31
Clas Samuelson. 1.71
Henry Sprute... 2.60
John Anderson 6.56
E T. Colburn.... 2.43
P. M. Erickson.. 4.94
P.J. Gryting.... 2.82
N.N. Hardy 99
O. Johnson... 5.93
E.E.Johnson... 4.52
And. Marklund.. .81
E.H.Nelson.... 4.20
Ben Lindstrom.. 1.66
Sterling.. 4.09
G. O. Halverson. 3.97
J. R. Lundberg. 4.69
August Oakleaf. .26
E Morgan.... 1.04
B'dg'mn & Rus'U 1.00
Jacob Laison 3.62
C. Erickson... $2.41
Alb. Morehouse.. 1.46
Louis Blem... 4.30
John Dahlen. 7.21
Chas. Heilig 19.86
Soren Jensen 1.53
Syvert Johnson. 2.99
John Nelson Li sk 1.53
Alfred Meleen... .31
A. G. Oleen 3.30
E. L. Perry 8.28
Gus Roberg 11.82
FredAlquist 3.66
Chas Danielso n. 2.13
Engstrom 5.32
Johan G. Hanson 1.96
Gustaf Hjort.... 6.48
Peter Holmes 2.65
Geor ge Mattson. 4.67
Chas. Mer bach.. 1.70
Chas.Oakleaf 2.42
OttoC. Oskey... 1.23
Ole J. Overby 3.01
Magnus Peterson .32
E L. Sundgren.. .51
AndrewThilquist 4.82
August Anderson 1.14
T. B. Blosberg... .25
Samuel Casper. 5.17
Chas. Forslund.. .36
Willi am Kunst.. 3.09
P.Larson 2.03
Barney Oeffler.. 3.27
Barney Kunst... 2.38
Louis Sjoberg... 1.03
Sandf'rdThorsen 2.99
John Bergquist.. 1.34
Wm. M. DeHart. 5.44
TomFlagstad 4.24
C. A. Gustafson.. .28
Fred Johnson a.10
J. Johnson 3.03
P.P. Kjaglien... 10.27
Dani el Nels on 3.99
S. Rudisell... 2.93
N els Lindfc rs 71
Andrew Erickson 1.18
E.W.Johnson.. 3.98
JoeN. Nelson 1.45
John E. Johnson. .89
Peter Golden. .12
Frank Judking. .05
Op. Cream'ry
Ass'n
Miss Anna
BJorklund
Andrew Back-
strum
August Benson.
Albert Crow
C. W. Crozer.
John L. Carl-
son
John Dahlln
Emil Erickson..
Carl Ekman
Edward Ekdahl.
John Edln
Christ Eli
August Frisk...
Gust Fred
Herman Fritag.
John Gold-
strand
Carl W. Gus-
tafson
Frank Haden...
Matilda Haken-
son
A. P. Hammer.
J. I*. Ilerou....
Alex Hag-berg.
Chas. C. Hoist.
Fred Hedberg...
Nils Haglund..
Frank Her
Olaf John-
son
Chas. Johnson..
Olaf Johnson.
Nels Johnson...
J. A. Johnson..
Andrew John-
son
Chas. J. Joh n-
son
Elias Jackson..
C. P. Jorgenson
Herman Kas-
person
Kasper Kasper-
son
Axel Kasperson
Knute Knutson.
A. Lindstrom
John Lind
Mike Lindquist.
Peter M. Lind-
berg
Gust Lindberg..
Chas. Newberg.
C. H. Norma n.
Sam Nelson
Mrs. Bertha
Of tdal
Oscar Osborne..
Ole Osborne....
Ole Olson
Peter Olson
John Oss
S .85
Gust 8 Johnson. S.14
Peter Johnson... 1.20
E Johnson 6.50
Andrew Kennedy 5.14
JuliusLeMay.... 5.14
Ole Larson 3.26
Aug. Lindstrom. 7.63
Thomas Lawler. 3.09
Gust Moline 3.91
Mrs. Ben Nelson. 4.04
Julia H. Nelson.. 3.97
John Nylen 2.28
Gust Nystrom... 6.20
Swan Olson 2.76
K. E Ryde ll 6.35
Fred Swanson... 6.15
Axel Swanson... 5.00
H. Stanchfleld 2.76
R. A. Stewart... 1.99
Wm. Trumble... 2.41
Henry Wicklund 2.11
Fred Anderson 4.11
Fred Aalderink. 6.73
Henry Aalderink 1.13
N. E Anderson. 7.44
Henry R. Brinks 8.92
August Carlson. 4.63
John E. Lind.... 3.78
Fadden Cream-
ery Co 1.03
D. G. Fanells.... 7.14
Fred Groenveld. 5.07
W Groenveld... 3.50
Jehn A. Hubers. 5.80
Fred Henis 7.72
Chas. Johnson... 3.50
J. A. Jetsinga... 20.61
Josie Johanson.. 1.41
Lester Kempton 5.70
Frank Kaperus.. .31
John Kaperus... 7r85
Garret Keil 86
John Larson 2.60
John Lynch 5.11
Chas. M. Murray 10.87
Aug. Magnuson 6.99
Chas. Modin... 8.88
Jonas Modin 5.47
Wm. McDougal. 2.47
Peter Nystedt... 3.94
Andrew Olson... 3.56
Jobn Po'ander.. 3.36
Chas. Palmquist 7.54
J. Plummer
E Rius
Dick Shutte....
Wm. Scheller...
George Schreur
Frank Sal ee
Garret Strating.
Nels Sederquist.
Chas. Stark
Philip Tracy
B. Van MoCustein
Wm. Vedder6...
G. VanDalen....
Fred Vedders...
And. VanDalen..
G. VanDalen....
Christ Hogan
H. Van de Riet..
H'yetta VanRhee 10.74
Theodore Abbott 6.63
Knute Carlson..
Tobias Hanson..
Chas. Johnson...
John Lindman..
Carl Tornquist..
Claus Rosenberg
Nels Augustson.
1.89
6.18 6.14
10.66 10.09
.50
8.23 1.27 3.60
.10
2.75 4.46
4.19 4.15 2.98 3.56
5.42
9.26 6.59
1.73 3.07 5.63 9.66 5.33 4.40
A. Bostrom 4.14
Andrew Bonnia..
Ernest Brodel...
W. Danger...
Patrick Farley..
Richard Hammer
Magdal'a Janson
John Kalstrom..
Mrs. S. Noordam
John B. Nelson..
Hans Olson
Peter Pluimer...
Albin Rosenberg
Thor. Wathane..
Th. Wathen
JohnKooistra...
Jacob Johnson..
John Nyenhuis..
W. A. Pitman...
Al. Morehouse..
.04
1.38
7.51
2.95 7.05
8.01 7.20
.85
5.40
2.61 4.68
.61
.57
2.68 1.22
.35 .37
.34
7.00
TOWN OF KATHIO.
John Ashcraft...
Le'nd'r Anderson
W. D. Bartlett...
E E. Dinwiddie.
Joe Falenschek..
Wm. Generous...
D. Magee
C. J.Orton
D. II. Robbins...
W.J. Sullivan...
T. J. Warren
F. L. Daigle
$ .10
4.10 2.87
6.18
1.73
5.27 4.62
3.70
9.88
10.84
4.92 4.23
Wm. Anderson.. $4.19
C. N Archer, 64
W W. Britton.. .41
H. Faught 3.81
Chas. Grev el 9.38
B. E Gee 59
H.O.Oliver 4.57
G. A. Orton 1.00
Ermina Rogers.. 2.32
H. A. Solberg... .18
W.A.Warren... 1.91
TOWN OF ONAM1A.
Ole Amundson... 81.60
Mrs. Lock 4.00
Chas. Person 3.29
Mrs. C. Weden.. 3.29
E. Franklin... 1.83
Mr s. LaMoreaux. 3.16
Frank Strom 3.86
J. Warren.... 1.08
J. H. Ward 54
Geo. M. Colton $ .07
Peter Peterson.. 3.19
A. C. Vandergren 2.18
Foley Bros 35.69
Silas Lund 4.03
J. W McClure.. 20.71
Carl Talbert. 2.58
Oscar Werner 6.05
Foley Bean Lbr Co .90
TOWN OF ISLE HARBOR.
John Bergman.. $4
Nils Berg 7
August Elgren... 13,
John G. Grant... 5
Hall Bros., Foley
& Grady 128
Haggberg. 4.
E Hawes 11
Mille Lacs Mfg Co 25
John Carlson.... 7
Nels Manson 9
Wicklander Bros 18
John Cotton 3,
Nels Johnson.
Jay Luce 13.
John Mattson... 22
T. E. Potts 6
Thomas Lewis..
Geor ge Wilkins.
TOWN OF SOUTH HARBOR.
Gus Anderson... $ .20
Andrew Benson.. .16
Feley Beah Lum-
ber Co 33.54
L. T. Grady 19.99
Fred Liedke 2.28
T.F.Norton 7.53
R. J. Peterson... 7.01
Gilbert Wilkes.. 2.23
E Bauer 2.67
Flora McOlney.. .38
W. A. Wallace. 1.59
E M. Land Co... 1.50
S. B. Terwilligar .54
Charles Brauh...
Andrew Broden.
Mille Lacs L. &
L. Co
George Hawse...
Andrew Milne...
Adolph Olson....
Edwin Sandberg.
Wilkes Sons& Co
W. J. Eynon
Hans Petrin
Andrew Flack...
O. A. Ladeen
J. H.Anderson.. 4.36 G. W Freer
Peter Frykman.. .57 Aug. Haglund'.
G. N Hagiand. 2.16 O. Johnson..
AndrewKolberg. 5.47 John Kalberg
Henry Mier... 1.34 P.M.Peterson.
Peter Sehlin 6.36 John Skretting.
W Suckow... 1.36 John Wahlin
John Woelpern.. .70 Robert Zimpel.
Northwestrn Improvement Co
Nels Benson $4.96
Mrs. E. But-
terneld 2.98
Earl Frost 5.31
H. D. Halstad... 3.94
Andrew Nelson.. 7.49
G. W. and L. E
Somerville... 30.22
Grant Weatherby 8.25
A. Anderson.. 2.08
Aug. Anderson.. 3.94
John Nyberg 21
Hans Nelson 87
L. M. Olson 1.87
E S. Schuver.... 8.47
Johanna Anders'n .18
$ .16
.28
17.55
.87
10.63 10.43
4.50
9.00
17.05
8.66
.17 .20
TOWN OF EAST SIDE.
52.70
7.09 1 56
13.33
2.39 6.23 1.18
10.84
4.56
TOWN OF PAGE.
Mrs. M. But-
terfield
Miss Loula But-
terneld
Victor Nelson...
CarlM. Sholin...
Thompson Cat-
tle Co
A. A. Anderson.
Chas. Anderson.
A. Lindberg..
S.J. Nelson
A. D. Olson
Andrew Skarin..
C. B.Williams..
85.7
TOWN OF HAYLAND.
And. Anderson.. $2.28 Axel Berg,
J. C. Broberg...
A. E. Johnson..
Gust Sun vail..
FredC. Tipp 2.04
8.72 W.S. Baker....!
2.16 Peter Larson...
2.08 John M. Sehelin.
$2.48
2.96 1.52 1.92
TOWN O BORGHOLM.
A. B. Doughty.
G. G. Oustad...
E. C. Severeign
Otto Anderson..
Peter Bliss
Frank Berg-
strom
Ole Esterson....
Peter Franklin.
James Pierson..
Carl Anderson..
Mrs. Wm. Alm-
quist
Wm. Almquist.
A. J. Anderson,
Sect. 21
Andrew J. An-
derson, Sect.
26
Peter Anderson.
P. J. Anderson.
J. W Anderson.
Swan Adamson.
Nils Anderson..
C. W Burn-
helm
J. Billings..
John Blomquist.
Borgholm Co-
lli.23
5.18
23.14 11.04
7.71
Gust Ortengren.
Olof W Olson.
Eri ck Peterson.
Chas. M. Peter-
son
Nels M. Peter-
on
Andrew J. Pe-
terson
John Peterson..
Swan Peterson
Peter A. Peter-
son
Jens Panrs on
Olof Pierson
J. W Piatt
Swan Samson...
Frank Samuel-
son
Sjoberg & Bill-
ings
S. Swenson..
Charles W
Stromberg
Frank Sjoquist.
John Sward
Peter Sehelin...
A. Swanson.
S. Twwilla-
9.20 7.99 8.66 5.40
10.19
3.16
.53
3.76
.99
2.99
13.91
.53
.28
10.66
6.1S
3.88
Sr
10.10 Phillip Tidholm.
Frank Tellan-
der
Peter Turnqulst.
W S. Tyler....
John Westllng.
Peter Westling.
Brick Westling.
Chas. Westlund
John A. Wes t-
lund
Alfred Wass
A. K. Wass
John E. Wilson
Fred Young-
berg
Fred Rasmus-
sen
P. M. Ahlgren.
John A$p
Carl J. Ander-
son
Chas. Bowen
P. J. Erickson.
W. S. Foster...
G. Gustafson
A. J. Hertig....
Andrew Hokan-
son
Selma Holm
Victor Hofman.
L. Hedstrom
Frank Hen-
drickson
Alfred Hoka n-
son
Sven J. Johnson
Carl Johnson
Herman John-
son
Peter Johnson..
John Jackson...
Emil Krussell..
Gust Kallberg..
Gust Lundine..
Andr ew Ol-
son
Gust Ross
Rlsberg & An-
derson
Ole Swedberg...
Ole Soderquist..
Christ Sorenson
Gust Wiborg
Chas. Wigstrom
J. Holmquist
Mnttie B.
Emery
Louise Adamson
John Hokanson.
John M. Sehe-
lin
Hulda Almquist
Olaf Peterson..
A. J. and C.
Holm
Aleck Westling.
1.90
5.81
.74 .95
4.05 1.86
.53 .92
7.04
4.68 2.89
4.19
.30
2.15 4.22
.89
2.94 3.95
2.3!)
5.18
.07
4.22 4.12
.21
1.0(5
5.71
.53
3.31
5.31
.07
1.23
7.43 G.17 2.92
2.90
.99
4.22 7.21 2.39 .MS 2.30
7.64 2.68 3.13
.95
4.44
.66
.58
2.92 9.06
.98
1.30
2.83 2.99
4.54 3.22 2.61 3.38
3.63
2.07
0.67
.34
5.43 3.47
3.13 3.75 2.88 2.88 3.54
1.06
.31
.25
5.73
2.36 8.50 5.39
4.06 5.55
12.21
4.75
.71
2.24 6.52
3.27
.93
7.11
16.26
2.39 2.36
5.71 3.58
5.25
2.60 1.73
3.28
1.97
2.52 4.68
2.12 2.36 3.91
2.15
1.03 3.72
.03
.95
.01
1.95
.09
4.07 0.17
.29
2.11
3.95 2.53 1.71
4.06
.29 .11
.06
.44
3.72 5.02 1.48 1.43
2.88
2.48 7.10 3.38 1.83 3.81 1.77
1.11
8.37 2.66
.15
2.17 1.80 2.88
.02 .16 .02
.38 .40
.05 .16 .52
TOWN O GREENBUSH.
Wm. Buck
O. H. Buck
O. W. Bracken.
Sid Grossman...
C. Foltz
Sam Hamilton..
Nels Heylander
J. E. Lofgren..
G. H. Lamb
Fred Libby
H. Loucks..
E. McFar-
land
H. Nieumann...
Frank Nyquist..
E. C. Stark....
Peter Talberg..
F. S. Walker..
Dan Anderson..
Peter Anderson.
Chas. Berg
Leon S. Ber-
geron
Anton Betzler..
Robert Chris-
topherson
Wm. Cale
T. Carr
Robt. Chisholm
Peter De Jer-
lais
John Erstad
John A. Erick-
son
Eldert Edmlson
Jacob Eg ge
Augu st Ekstrom
Mrs. C. Gennow
Wm. Hartman.
Ole Haralson...
Andr ew Holm..
Lewis Hanson..
Wm. Herruth
Rudolph Her-
ruth
Luther Jones
Axel Johnson...
Edward Johnson
Chas. J. John-
son
Jacob Jacobson.
Lewis Johnson.
Louis Joh n-
son
Aug Johnson
Anton Krone...
Aug Lindstrom.
Aaron LaiUz
Aug Lindquist..
B. Nelson
Carl Nelson
Olof Olson
S. Olson
Peter Olson
Chas. Olson
Henry Pappen-
haus en
J. V. Pederson.
Chas. Pederson.
John W Peter-
son
Hans Piehl
Wm. Robinson.
Jim Robertson..
G. B. Reeves...
Herman Rei-
mann
R. S. Shaw....
Joe Siefert
Henry Stello
Archie Taylor..
G. Tapper
John Tcutz
O. H. Uglem...
Harry Plumon-
dore
A. J. Peterson..
T^ewis Plumon-
dore
Louis Rocheford
Joe Sherman...
A. E Shaw....
Washington
Scott
M. Tilley
$0.49
3.40 2.47
.81
4.35
4.19 1.30
2.61 3.27 4.87 5.82
Mary Vernon...
W. B. Cream'y
Association
W Wagner.
C. Wesloh...
Frank Wolf
Chas. Wolf
Ray Wetsel
John Wetsel
G. Abrahamson.
A Abrahamson.
P.eter Abraham-
son
Geo. Williams..
Owen Bracken,
Sr.
Jim Bracken
Frank Belair
Peter Brachman
A. Gust Bjor-
strom
Sid De Shaw...
Wm. De Shaw.
Theodore Fo r-
ster
Napoleon Fa-
dett
Sid Grow
John Grow..
Nels Gilbertson
Chas A. Grow..
E. Grow
A. E. Grow
Henry Hess
B. O. Jones
S. Johnson
John Johnson...
Fred Leander...
Andrew Larso n.
Nels Nelson....
Chas. Peterson.
Chas. Raiche
David Raiche
Nels Robideau..
Frank Robideau
Adelie Rehaume
Chas. Solberg.
John Skogen...
Hans Stay
Ed Thompson..
W Thomp-
son
H. C. Whittier.
Emil Zimpel
Alvah Bemis
Aug Barnick....
Oscar Ericson..
Bennia Erickson
Fred Erickson..
J. H. Fullwiler.
Wm. Fresholtz.
T. Guderlan.
Frank Gramer..
Chas. S. Grow.
A. B. Gramer..
Peter Kronstrom
Aug Lind
Grant Persinger
Frank Reibe-
stein
Matilda G-on-
quist
Aug Bauman
Augu st Cordes..
Henry Green-
wood
Eri ck Johnson..
James Kenely..
Felix Copass
Wm. Moorhead.
N. G. Orton
Elmer Orton
W. O. Orton...
A. G. Orton
Minnie Groff
Leon Bergeron,
2.S2
9.30 1.24 4.77
.93
.31
5.73 3.54 3.98 5.44 3.18 4.19
3.23
.93 .90
3.40
10.83
5.16 3.90
1.69
1.12
2.89 1.93
.51
.19
2.44 2.40 2.68
8.46 2.43 1.46
2.57
.51
1.08 1.55
.78
3.22
4.55 4.28 2.82 1.55
1.92
4.01
2.48 2.58
VILLAGE O MILAC A.
L. A. Anderson.
Miss Anna An-
derson
John Anderson.
Allen & Olson..
J. A. Allen
A. Allen
L. A. Anderson
Hdw. Co
A. M. Anderson
J. E. Arvidson.
Thos. W Alli-
son
Anderson Horse
Co
Jerry Besser
Kate Besser
Mrs. E. Barnum
Phoebe S. Ba-
con
H. Bacon...
Christ Blystad.
John Bergstrom
Wm. Barry
Paul Beautel...
Jn o. A. Cam-
eron
A Cohen...
Wm. Carlson..
R. L. Cramb...
Fay Cravens
Manley Clark..
E. L. Corwin...
L. J. Chad-
bourne
C. J. Dahlstrom
Mrs. L. J. Den-
nison
Dennison Drug
Co
Ray Davis
Peter Dahlin
E I. Davis
C. E. Erickson.
Louis Erickson.
Chr. Carl Eber-
hardt
Chr. Carl Eber-
hardt (Per)...
Mrs. Ann ie
Erickson
E. Enstrom
A. J. Elmer
Knute Blling-
boe
Henry Erickson
B. Minn. Land
Co
Farmers* State
$3.09 Fred Johnson..
Jonas Johnson..
Axel Johnson...
C. G. Johnson.
Andrew Larson.
William Lord.
G. E. Llndahl..
Rev. A. Lar s-
gaard
Anthony May
Mpls. Brewing
Co
Sam C. Moore..
Grant McClure.
Milaca State
Bank
J. McGilvra
Mrs. Geo. Mor-
ton
H. R. Mallette.
Milaca Hdw Co.
E Milton
Jn o. E. Moore.
Mille Lacs L. &
L. Co
Ja s. Norcross..
New London
Milling Co...
Miss Susie Or-
stad
S. Olson
Oscar E Os-
lund
Albin Peterson.
E B. Price
Einar Pierson
Bertha Presley.
Fred Pottratz..
William Peter-
son
W. H. Robin-
son
R. L. Rodlun.'.
M. K. Rudd
August Strom-
berg
A. G. Seger-
strom
Gus Swanson.
Joe Smith
Wm. Swadling..
Mrs. B. C.
Siercks
H. Siren
Aug. L. Sanders
Frank Searle...
Etta M. Short..
Geo. Short..
Eld Strand
21.88
4.80
173.83
9.78
2.75
2.44 1.30
7.64
39.55
4.19 3.19 1.41
3.98 1.16
.54
3.19
56.63
1.20
5.06
31.91
39.55
4.30
14.50
.86
3.06
.21
2.85
.24
9.93 2.96
2.60
3.38 2.92
.95
.77
384.30
.14
416.39
7.98
8.67
14.33 12.36 12.01
.18
4.30
18.19
4.97 1.66
7.11
.24
2.81 2.22 1.59
5.66 5.23
4.03
'MBAIIVM,- JANUABY 30, 1908,
Bank
Fad Creamery
Co
Alfred Fllnk
Wm. Fletcher
C. Foss
D. H. Fttzpat-
rick
Foley-Ban Lbr.
Co
Jno. B. Fischer.
W. S. Foster...
Farmers' Co-
p. Cmy. Co.
Geo. Grosvenor.
H. T. Good-
nough
C. J. Goebel
Gilbertson Sis-
ters
S. Hall & Co...
Miss 'M. A.
Hoey
L. L. Hudson..
L. J. Hammer.
F. A. Hanson..
570.58 C. Searle... 8.76
(Martin Soren-
30.04 son 4.30
88.63 Jesse J. San-
1.98 ders 3.43
14.59 Fr'nk D. Smith 11.06
Spaulding Mfg.
7 7 Co 34.32
A. T. Tufty 30.80
388.51 Fred Thomas... 34.84
2.57 Art Tourtel-
14.33 lotte 77
Andrew Thomp-
21.46 son 4.46
18.79 Rolleff Vaaler.. 9.10
J. Van Rhee... 34.32
15.27 E. Walker
10.29 Lbr. Co 352.03
C. A. Williams. 4.12
5.92 Mrs. C. A.
17.10 Williams 5.66
H. T. Winter.. 28.22
60 J. C. Whaley.. 7.38
2 02 A. C. Wilkes... 17.50
5.0(5 c. W. Wills... .80
8.58
VILLAGE O
$1.72
.00
C. E. Austin...
Henry Arnhold.
Elbridge Ander-
son
T. L. Armitage.
Henri Avery .02
E. B. Andeison. 149.40
Martin Brands. 5.03
Chas. Blocker 1.15
A. Bryson 1.32
L. S. Briggs.... 5.73
E. C. Best 18.09
K. II. Burrell.. 2.73
J. E. Bates 23
H. J. Bullis 1.42
J. C. Borden... .42
E. E. Bigelow. 1.32
A. J. Bullis 60
R. D. Byers 85.70
John Bishop .82
Carl Beto 2.29
L. E. Bergman. 5.00
H. Bowen 5.73
Mrs. Chris E.
Brown 73
Bridgman &
Russell 22.90
1st Nat. Bank 659.46
Sec. State Bnk. 540.44
Ba nk Princeton. 183.20
Hattie Brown.. 37.69
M. L. Cormany. 2.65
H. C. Cooney... 20.75
S. A. Cravens.. .05
Wm. Coi-diner.. 3.29
R. S. Chapman. 1.74
Mrs. E.
Cowles 1.19
Clifton Cravens 8.52
O. E. Cotton... 3.07
E. M. Chapman 3.02
C. A. Caley 2.71
G. R. Caley (3.G4
Caley Lbr. Co. 143.30
M. 'M. Colbert.. 54.41
John Cameron.. 1.37
F. M. Campbell 10.26
Caley Hd w. Co. 210.41
T. H. Caley 15.21
Geo. A. Coates. 1.24
Joseph Craig... 0.82
Chas. A. Dick-
ey 7.42
R. C. Dunn 72.55
A. M, Davis.... 7.79
Dul. Brew, and
Malt Co 13.74
Evens Hd w. Co. 167.03
G. A. Eaton
A. M. Edstrom.
Guy Ewing
E. C. Early
E. K. Evens....
J. C. Famech on
& Co
C. Foltz
Anton Falk
W H. Ferrell
& Co
W. H. Ferrell..
W. G. Freder-
icks
Frank Goulding
A. E. Grow
Gillespie &
Stonberg 21.00
J. W. Goulding. (.3
B. D. Grant....
L. N. Grow....
Mrs. E.
Griffith
G. H. Gottwerth
Henry Hamil-
ton
A. W. Wood-
cock
John Wied e-
witsch
Fred Witte
Edmund Young.
Wm. Hatcher...
C. E. Healy &
Co 42.37
Anson Howard. 1.87
Nellie Harries.. 3.66
S. B. Heath 69
E. E. Heyla n-
der
L. C. Hummel l.
Sanford Hatch.
Fred Holm
W. L. Hatch...
J. C. Herdliske.
J. W. Hartman.
J. C. Hatch
Elmer Hatch
Hamm Brewing
Co
Carl Iverson....
Fred Iverson...
R. E. Jones....
C. A. Jack 77.13
N. E Jesmer... 6.37
Sidney Jesme r. 56.61
R. E. Jones &
Son
L. E Jesmer.
Mrs. N Jaax...
Robt. H. King.
F. T. Kettel-
hodt
Albert King
Chas. King
M. .McKinnon...
Kopp & Bar-
tholrr-ew
Fred C. Keith
D. A. Kaliher..
Oswald King...
Thos. J. Kali-
her
Wm. Kalih er
Chas. Keith
Eva S. Keith..
Rev. W H.
Koenig 3.11
1.90
.42
2.44 1.03
1.21
PRINCETON.
S. Long 21.93
L. S. Libby 2.20
Joe Leathers. 2.84
L. Ludden.. 27.71
A. N. Lenartz.. 3.11
J. L. Lars on &
Co 19.83
J. L. Larson... 3.53
Emma Le Mieux .45
D. W. Milbrath .14
C. O. Moore 27
Ernest Moe-
ger 92
Alfred Munz 6.60
Mpls. Brewing
Co 25.20
A. S. Mark 76.89
Peter Moeger... .27
The Mahaffy Co. 2.29
W C. Middle-
brook 2.71
Fred McFarland 1.15
John McCool 4.35
D. A. McRae... 1.37
Nancy A. Mc-
Farland 1.05
E. L. McMillan. 9.89
Wm. Neely l.co
O. B. Newton. 4.44
Fred Newton 4.21
N. M. Nelson. 2.98
C. S. Nieumann 6.50
H. Newbert 13.24
News Printi ng
Co 27.48
W B. North-
rup & Co..\.. 4.58
P. J. Nelson 2.2!)
A. Orr 3.5S
Nels Olson 2.38
S. Orton 3.29
W. M. Orton... 2.47
A. C. Westphal. 3.29
M. L. Wheeler. .55
Wilman & Co.. 2.29
Mrs. Josie Zim-
merman 2.66
L. G. Prescott.. 6.96
Pri n. Bot. Wks. 6.87
W. E. Pratt 64
J. Petterson. 5.36
Thos. H. Prowse 3.44
Jos. L. Payett e. 2.56
Peterson & Nel-
son 19.01
Prin. Lbr. Co.. 105.07
W. C. Pearson. 6.82
Arthur Payette. 2.38
S. Petterson, Sr. .92
S. S. Petterson. 30.32
Mrs. R. D. Pat-
terson 5.82
Frank Peterson. 2.38
L. Plumondore.. .32
S. H. Palmer.. 3.11
J. Pringle.. 1.92
W Pringle.. .09
Prin. Roll. Mill
Co 52.62
P. L. Roa d-
strom 107.18
G. E. Rice 3.34
J. Reichard. 6.45
Aulger Rines 0.87
Mrs. Mary Rines 6.82
D. C. Ryan &
Co 6.87
C. C. Ross IS
M. S. Ruthe r-
ford 15.66
E. A. Ross 13.51
Louis Robideau. 5.18
Harvey Robi-
deau 1.32
Otto M. Radike. 2.52
Mrs. Julian Roos 1.32
J. A. Shepard.. 8.34
Smith & Early. 13.74
Sjoblom & Olson 45.80
J. P. Selander.. 6.55
Harry Shockley. 3.44
Mrs. Christine
Smith 1.15
A. C. Smith... 3.29
E L. Saxon... 6.32
Louis Solberg.. 1.74
Sjoblom Bros... 54.96
J. F. Sullivan.. 16.58
L. Small 6.96
N. M. Smith... .23
J. J. Skahen... 11.08
G. I. Staples... 1.37
Benj. Soule 11.82
Frank Smith... 17.32
J. M. Saxon 23
S. J. Smith 2.38
Magnus Sjoblom 5.36
Clint Slater 1.74
A. H. Smith 3.11
Julius Sugar-
man 5.55
C. S. Scheen... 17.OS
Steeves 78
Rev. George
Stamm 3.07
St. Ant. & Dak.
El. Co 80.15
Stand. Oil Co.. 27.16
Sing. Sew. Mch.
Co 5.03
K. Smuckler... 7.92
O. J. Thorssen.. 6.00]
J. D. Tann 0.78
A. Umbehocker. 0.82
P. J. Wikeen.. .60
Elmer Whitney. 10.95
S. W. Williams. 29.13
Elmer Wood-
man 0.42
Mrs. V. A.
Wedgowood .09
Geo. AVhitney... .92
Dave Wetter... 3.80
Edward E.
Whitney 6.32
40.53
1.97
.07
3.25 3.63 3.40 1.10
.74
14.01
.55
14.71
.78
5.13
.51
4.38 1.03
6.87
5.03
14.01
.30
6.87
.63 12.60
1.79 1.03
4.01 1.41
3.03 7.60
5.04 2 00
7.05 5.(4 1.08
4.29 3.34
.68
1.34
.25
5.87 2.12
.05
5.47 1.51
5.90 1.29
1.10 1.92
3.02
40.40
7.29 2.20
11.0S
.97
7.10
.05
2.24
15.53
2.74 7.01
14.16
1.10
3.61 3.71
25.64
.50
1.19 1.15
1.20
3.55 3.57 4.28
6.87 6.73
1.84
4.26
34.26
5.13 4.67
4.03 2.57
2.33 2.48
.95
2.31
9.73
2.27
5.93 1.65
.75
.71
111.57
1.74
2.38 2.56
32.75
.50 .14
2.11
.12 .89 .32
Fred Beto
E. Brown
S. E. Tillev
Henry Chris-
topherson
John O. Beden.
A. C. Vernon...
33.75
1.84
17.00
4.40
2.96
.45
VILLAGE OF
1.89
11.58
7.21 7.72
.09
8.15
.25
2.92
9.70 9.87
9.95 6.95 6.53 8.49
78.08
9.95
26.26
1.03
51.66
5.23
3.52
27.79
12.79
6.10
5.75 4.37
97.64
30.20
40.42
2.57 8.34 5.80
10.81 18.53
6.01
5.92
4.80
38.53
.77
7.38
53.03
3.09 8.24 5.15
18.45
7.29
6.35
1.71
61.71 31.81
20.76
6.17
.86
2.66 3.52 9.01
6.69
5.32
4.37 4.30
6.35 8.87
5.23
169.37
FORESTON. E. N. Bacon
Geo. H. Deans...
Mary Greenough
S. Harshman
OttoKohrdt...
F.T. Neumann
Jens Olson
Michael Quigley
Chas. Swanson..
Peter Sundberg.
Ed. Strom wall.
O. A. Wilson
Rev. A. J. Bolin. $6.52
N. Christianson 3.33
Foreston Mer. '&
Live Stock Co. 35.59
Joe Kniffln 51
John Kennedy... 11.95
John Norgren... 2.07
Wm. Quaid. jr... .87
CathrineQuaid.. 1.78
Dan Sundoerg... 11.51
Elias Shadean... 1.41
Geo. Van Slyke.. 3.62
Wm. Waldhofl 22.33
tablets. C. A. Jack.
13.04
2.32 5.69
2.28 1.52
21.29
15.86
8.33 4.63 4.49 1.34 1.70
Will Teach Farmers How to Make It.
Dr. Wiley, chief of the bureau of
chemistry of the agricultural depart
ment, proposes to teach farmers how
to manufacture denatured alcohol and
to that end will put in a still and
operate it himself. Speaking of this
Dr. Wiley says: "The law permitting
the free distillation of denatured
alcohol has not benefited the farmers
of the country at all, for they do not
know how to build a still or run one.
I propose to teach them, through the
agricultural college, if they want to
learn. Denatured alcohol is an excel
lent fuel and makes a fine light. As
it can be manufactured from farm
wastes, the farmers ought to avail
themselves of the new law permitting
it to be made without imposition of
revenue tax."
It fills the arteries with rich, red
blood, makes new flesh, and healthy Christiana.
men, women and children. Nothing It is noteworthy that a very Impres-
can take its place no remedy has slve service was held in Trinity
done so much good as Hoi lister'si church, Christlania, on the day before
Rocky Mountain Tea. 35c, tea or
NEWSOFSCANDIHAVfA Recent Occurrences of Interest
in Sweden, Norway and
Denmark.
BIG 1NCEEASE IN POPULATION
fcwaJen Has Gained 600,000 in Tweo*
i'ears in Spite of the Large
Jjosses Due to .Western
Immigration.
SWEDEN.
Stockholm.
Sweden's population is stcadHy in
creasing in spite of western immigra
tion. During the past twenty years
the country's population shows an in
crease of 13 per cent, or about six hun
dred thousand. Sweden's population
is at present, therefore about live and
one-third millions. About two hun
dred years ago Sweden's population
was only about one and one-third mil
lion. In 3886 there were only fifteen
cities in Sweden with, a population of
more than ten thousand. Now there
are twenty-five cities in the country
who haTe more than ten thousand in
habitants, twenty who have between
five and ten thousand, thirteen with
over two thousand and fifteen with
over one thousand inhabitants. In all
there are six cities whose population
during these years have doubled,
namely the manufacturing towns
Eskilstuna, Boras, Vesteras, Sodertelge,
Lulea and Falkenberg.
The new Dramatic theater is fast
approaching completion and the last
touches of the decorations on* the wall3
are now being made. The theater has
only a seating capacity of 1,241 per
sons, but the managers of the theater
limited the seating capacity on pur
pose. In fact Swedish theaters in
comparison with American theaters
have only small seating capacities,
comparatively. The Oscar theater has
a seating capacity of 1,146 and the
Swedish theater only 1,060. The
Dramatic theater will be dedicated
within a fortnight, when King Gustave
and other members of the royal fami
ly Jiave been Invited to be present.
More than twenty-six thousand
persons in the Swedish capital are re
ceiving aid from the charity bureaus
at present. Thousands of men are un
able to secure any employment and
charitable institutions are taxed' to the
limit. More than 2,500,000 crowns
will be expended for the maintenance
of the poor in Stockholm during the
current year. The conditions are in
deed alarming and unless a change
for the better sets in soon Stockholm
will be a truly poverty-stricken city.
Dr. Carl Munthe and Dr. Carl
Flensburg. Queen Sofia's physi
cians, have advised her majesty to
seek a milder climate at once. The
dowager queen is at present failing
rapidly and the greatest anxiety is
manifested regarding her condition.
The king's death was a great shock
to her and she has been practically
tumble to leave her bed since the sad
event occurred.
Professor ,T. Berg has been ap
pointed a knight of the North Star or
der and Professor J. G. Edgren has
been appointed commander of the Or
der of Ynsa. Both of these gentlemen
are well known and highly respected
among the professional circles of
Stockholm. These gentlemen for
many years been King Oscar's phy
sicians.
Gothenburg has now a population of
160,584, showing an increase in popu
lation the last year of 3,057. Malmo.
which has a population of 79,770.
shows an increase of 4,509, and Orebro
has an increase during the past year
of 1,210, her population at present be
ing 27,766.
The Stockholm dailies report that
the banks and insurance companies of
Stockholm raised for charitable pur
poses $5,000 on the occasion of the fu
neral of King Oscar and the money
was turned over to the dowager queen
for distribution.
There is apparently a lull In Swed
ish immigration, judging from latest
reports. During the month of Novem
ber only 250 Swedes emigrated to for
eign countries. This Is really the
smallest number on record.
When the riksdag convened a week
ago last Wednesday King Gustave re
appointed the former ofiicers of that
august assemblage. This is reported
to have been met with great satisfac
tion by all the members.
The minister of agriculture has In
troduced a bill in the riksdag for
making it easier for private parties to
obtain possession of government land,
or "crown land," as it is called in Swe
den.
A number of Spanish fishermen
have been operating recently in Are
sund. The revenue cutter "Skage
rack" was sent after them and soon
chased them out of Swedish waters.
The well known Swedish author,
Gustaf, of Geijerstam, celebrated his
fiftieth birthday Jan. 5. His is enjoy
ing vigorous health and is one of the
busy literary men of Sweden.
Prince Wilhelm has been made a
knight of the Danish Elephant order.
!The pTince is at present in Moskwas,
Where he has been celebrating the Rus
sian Christmas.
NORWAY.
tte funeral of King Oscar, irhich took
place IK Stockholm. Among those In
attendance were the members of tlw
Swedish legation, a large portion of
the Swedish colony, presidents of the
storthing, Berner and Knudsen, and all
members of King Oscar's Norwegian.
court. The orchestra of the National
theater played Gounod's Meditation
and the assembly sang a Swedish
hymn. An impressive sermon was
preach by Bishop Erlund, who closed
with a prayer for Queen Dowager
Sofia and the new king and queen of
Sweden. The Masonic choms sang
"Den Store Hvide Flok," and Mrs. El
len Gulbransen. a Swedish hymn. The
service closed with Handel's Largo by
the orchestra of the National theater.
Under Norway's nfw municipal
laws there will be in the number ct
sixty-three towns only twenty-seven
who will be operating under the old
"samlog'' regulations this year. In
thirty-six towns the sale of liqnors
will be forbidden. The annual sales
have not varied much during recent
years. In 1906 the total was 3,316,000
litres, 45 per cent of which was al
cohol. The temperance movement is
forging ahead rapidly. In 1906 about
17,000 persons, or 11 per cent, of the
adult population of the country be
longed to some temperance society and
besides these, there are, of course,
many thousands of temperance people
who do not belong to any society.
At the first session of the storthing,
a week ago last Saturday, President
Berner and Vice President Knudsen
were re-elected to their respective of
fices. In his address to the assembly*
KiDg Haakon expressed his gratifica
tion at the signing of the integrity
treaty and in the excellent way in
which Norway was Bepresentetl at The
Hague last year. He also recom
mended to the storthing the import
ance of extending the railway system
of the country and the great necessity
of securing forestry and mining ap
propriations.
A game which is becoming very pop
ular in Norway at present is diabolo.
It is an indoor game and is being en
joyed by thousands at present. It
was imported from England, where it
is said to be a perfect craze this win
ter. Ski running for an outdoor sport
is proving exceedingly popular and ski
manufacturers have their hands full.
The Norwegian ski has also of late
years become an article of export and
thousands of dollars are now made in
the ski business every year.
A Christiania correspondent says:
"Since the death of King Oscar there
have been many manifestations of
sympathy in this country. The press
has united in paying tribute to his
memory. Through the Norwegian min
ister at Stockholm King Haakon and
Queen Maud sent a wreath. The
royal couple attended the Oscar me
morial service held at Copenhagen on
the day of the funeral, being there on
their way back from England to
Christiania.
Ove Gude, Norway's diplomatic rep
resentative in Austria-Hungary, is to
be Minister Hauge's successor in
Washington. He has many years of
experience in the diplomatic service,
both during the union with Sweden
and since, having .been born in 1853.
He is still a man in his prime, weighs
200 pounds and is a most imposing
figure. He will take up his duties In
Washington about April 1.
Furious storms have raged with dis
astrous results in Norway during the
past two months. They have, If any*
tiling, seemed worse thirii usual. The
shipwrecks and lives lost during the
month of December alone make a most
formidable list and in many homes the
Christmas has been saddened through
the death of some loved one.
Wilhelm Krag, the Norwegian au
thor, celebrated his thirty-sixth birth
day Christmas Eve. Although a com
paratively young man he has already
made a place for himself In Nor
wegian literature and much of inter
est will surely be forthcoming froir*
his pen if he will be blest with good
health.
The storthing has unanimously ap
proved the treaty which was signed
on Nov. 2 by representatives of Nor
way, Great Britain. Germany and Rus
sia guaranteeing the integrity of Nor
way.
Miss Colie Berge, a daughter of the
well known missionary, has departed
for Zululand, where she will devote
her time to missionary woTk ex
clusively.
Herring fisheries around Bergen
are now very profitable. Two fisher
men are able to make on an average
25 crowns a day.
The Norwegian general consulate In
Jaan has been moved from Yokohama
to Toklo.
DENMARK.
Copenhagen.
The renowned Danish poet, Holger
Drachmann, died very suddenly In
Copenhagen the other day, aged sixty
one years. Last summer when Drach
mann celebrated his sixtieth birthday
he was the recipient of congratulations
from leading literary men all over the
world. He also paid a visit to Stock
holm last summer and was for a fev
days the guest of King Oscar. Drach
mann was regarded as Denmark's lead
ing poet of modern times and his pen
has been a prolific one. He was born
and educated in the Danish capital
and traveled afterwards extensive'y on
the continent Seven years ago Drach
mann visited the United States, where
he was well received and where he de
livered a series of lectures. He pub
lished "Poems" in 1872 and later fol
lowed a collection of stories entitled
"In Storm and Calm." He later on
erote a number of novels in which he
describes sailor life most tellingly.
During the last two years Drachmann
has beeu confined in a sanatorium.
MARION 8. NORELIUS.
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