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accordance with the provisions of
said law.
Dated at Princeton, Minn., Janu
ary 8th, 1913.
By the board of county commis
sioners.
CA$ SHOLIN,.
Attest: Chairman.
W. C. DOANE, Auditor.
(Official Seal)
Pursuant to section nine (9), chap
ter thirty-three (33), general laws of
1911, be it resolved by the board of
county commissioners of the county
of Mille Lacs, state of Minnesota,
that the road heiein, to-wit: Begin
ning at the northwest corner of sec
tion thirty-one (31), township
thirty-eight (38), range twenty-seven
(27), thence running east on the
north line of sections thirtv-one (31),
thirty-two (32), thirty-three (33),
and thirty-four (34), said township
and range, to the northeast corner of
said section thirty-four (34), andrange
there terminating, in said county of
Mille Lacs, be and the same is here
by designated a state road for the
purpose of having the same con
structed or improved in accordance
with the prcnisions of said law.
Dated at Princeton, Minn., Janu
ary 8th, 1913.
By the board of county commis
sioners,
CARL SHOLIN,
Attest: Chairman.
W. C. DOANE, Auditor.
(Official Seal)
Pursuant to section nine (9), chap
ter thirty-three (33), general laws of
1911, be It resolved by the board of
county commissioners of the county
of Mille Lacs, state of Minnesota,
,that the road herein, to-wit: Be
ginning at the northwest corner of
the northeast quarter of section four
(4), township thirty-eight (38), range
twenty-seven (27), thence running
south on the quarter line through
sections four (4), nine (9), sixteen
(16), twenty-one (21), and twenty
sight (28) to the southwest corner of
,.he southeast quarter of said section
twenty-eight (28), all in said town
ship and range, and there terminat
ng, in said county of Mille Lacs, be
tnd the same is hereby designated a
tate road for the purpose of having
he same constructed or improved in
ccordance with the provisions of said
iw.
Dated at Princeton, Minn., this
th day of January, 1913.
By the board of county commis
i oners.
CARL SHOLIN,
-ttest: Chairman.
W. C. DOANE. Auditor.
(Official Seal)
Pursurant to section nine (9),
hapter thhty-three (33), general
aws of 1911, be it resolved by the
loard of county commissioners of the
ounty of Mille Lacs, state of Minne
jta that the road herein, to-wit:
beginning at the northwest corner of
ection two (2), township thirty
ight, (38), range twenty-seven (27),
lence south on the west line of sec-
nstvvo(2) eleven (11), fourteen
twenty-three (23), and twenty-
(26), said township and range,
\e southwest corner of said sec
twenty-six (26), thence east on
feuth said
sectiocorner wl-26)
twenty-
tolineeof th southeast of
refputhwest quarter of the south
I quarter of said section twenty-
jn,26), thence south on the eighth
a distance of about 100 rods and
'"'necting with the Foreston road,
ti alled, and there terminating, in
a 1 county of Mille Lacs, be and the
^,ie is hereby designated a state
^d for the purpose of having the
}tine constructed or improved in
pcordance with the provisions of said
tw.
pated at Princeton, Minn., this
7 day of January, 1913.
the board of countv commis
l^iers.
CARL SHOLIN,
B*Ls
st
Chairman
W. C. DOANE, Auditor.
Dfficial Seal)
Si
ur&uant to section nine (9), chap
thirty-three (33). general laws of
hi, be it resolved by the board of
junty commissioners of the county
|Mille Lacs, state of Minnesota,
hfat the road herein, to-wit: Begin
jng at a point in state road No. 19
the southwest corner of the north
west quarter of section two (2),
township thirty-six (36), range
twenty-seven (27), thence north on
H west line of said section two (2)
nd the west line of section thirty
ve (3o), township thirty-seven (37).
ange twenty-seven (27), to the
orthwest corner of said section
{hirty-nve (35) and connecting with
tate road No. 30 and there" termi
lating, in said county of Mille Lacs
and the same is hereby designated
state road for the purpose of ha\
ng the same constructed or im
jroved in accordance with the provi
sions of said Jaw.
Dated at Princeton, Minn., this
8th day of January, 1913.
By the board 6t countv commis
sioners.
CARL SHOLIN,
Attest: Chairman.
W. C. DOANE. Auditor.
(Official Seal)
Pursuant to section nine (9, chap
ter thirty-three (33), general laws of
1911, be it resolved by the board of
county commissioners of the countv
of Mille Lacs, state of Minnesota",
-tfiat the road herein, to-wit: Begin
ning at the center of section nine
(9)E, township thirty-nine (39) range
twenty^ix, (26), thence mnning
south on the quarter line through
sa-Id section nine (9) and section
Sixteen (16) to the south line of said
section sixteen (16), thence west on
the south line of said section sixteen
(16) and section seventeen (17) to
the southwest corner of the south
east quarter of said section seven
teen (17), thence south on the quar
ter line through sections twenty (20)
and twenty-nine (29) to the center of
said section twenty-nine (29), thence
west on the quarter line to the
southwest corner of the southeast
quarter of the northwest quarter of
said section twenty-nine (29), thence
south on the eighth line to the south
line of said section twenty-nine (29),
thence east on said south line a dis
tance of about 15 rods, thence in a
southwesterly direction to the center
of the northwest quarter of section
thirty-two (32), thence south on the
eighth line to the south line of said
section thirty-two (32), all in town
ship thirty-nine (39), rang twenty-
six (26), and there terminating, in
said county of Mille Lacs, be and the
same is herbey designated a state
road for the purpose of having the
same constructed or improved in
accordance with the provisions of
said law.
Dated at Princeton, Minn., this
8th day of January, 1013.
By the board of county commis
sioners.
CARL SHOLIN,
Attest: Chairman.
W. C. DOANE, Auditor.
(Official Seal)
Pursuant to section nine (9), chap
ter thirty-three (33), general laws
of 1911, be it resolved by the board
of county commissioners of the county
of Mille Lacs, state of Minnesota,
that the road herein, to-wit: Begin
ning in state road No. 6 at the
southwest corner of section twenty
three (23), township thirty-six (36),
twenty-six (26), thence run
ning east on the south line of sec
tions twenty-three and twenty-four
(23 and 24) to the southeast corner
of the southwest quarter of south
west quarter of said section twenty
four (24), thence in a southeasterly
direction a distance of about forty
rods around the south shore of a
slough, thence in a northeasterly
direction a distance of about fifty
rods around the south shore of said
slough to the southwest corner of the
southeast quarter of said section
twenty-four (24), thence east on the
south line of said* section twenty
four (24) to the southeast corner of
said section and there terminating,
in said county of Mille Lacs, be and
the same is hereby designated a
state road for the purpose of having
the same constructed or improved in
accordance with the prvoisions of
said law.
Dated at Princeton. Minn., this
8th day of January. 1913.
By the board of county commis
sioners.
CARL SHOLIN,
Attest: Chairman.
VV. C. DOANE, Auditor.
(Official Seal)
Pursuant to section nine (9), chap
ter thirty-three (33), general laws of
1911, be it resolved by the board of
county commissioners of Mille Lacs
county, state of Minnesota, that the
road herein, to-wit: Beginning at
a point in the Foreston and Milaca
road about 78 rods south of the north
quarter post of section thirty-five
(35), township thirty-eight (38),
range twenty-seven (27), thence
south 70 degrees 15 minutes W.
about 336 rods thence south 60 de
grees 15 minutes W., about 152 rods
to a point 10 rods east and 5 rods
south of the point where the Great
Northern railroad crosses west line
of section 34, twp. 38, rng. 27
thence south 30 rods thence south
52 degrees 10 minutes VV., to the
west line of said section thirty-four
(34) at a point in the Foreston and
Milaca road 19 rods north of south
west corner of said section thirty
four (34) and there terminating,
(designation intended to include
that part of the Foreston and Milaca
road which lies between the west
corporation lino of Milaca villago
and the east corporation line of the
village of Foreston), in said countv
of Mille Lacs, be and the same is
hereby designated a state road for
the purpose of having the same con
structed or improved in accordance
with the provisions of said law.
Dated at Princeton, Minn., this
8th day of January, 1913.
By the board of county commis
sioners.
CARL SHOLIN,
Attest: Chairman.
W. C. DOANE, Auditor.
(Official Seal)
In the matter of the resurvev of
sections eight (8) and (20), in' the
town of Milaca, the board made its
order of assessment, assessing each
government forty acre tract in each
of said sections, one-thirty-second
of the total costs of such resurvey,
which amounts to $11.50 on each
forty.
A petition asking for the resurvey
of section 1 in the town of Milo was
presented to the board and a proper
bond accompanying such petition be
ing duly accepted by the board, the
board appointed February 4th, 1913,
at 10 o'clock a. m., at the county
auditor's office in the village of
Princeton as the time and place for
a hearing on such petition for resur
vey.
The matter of the appointing of a
county physician came duly up for
consideration and it was moved and
unanimously carried that the bid of
Dr. H. P. Bacon of Milaca to act as
county physician for the year 1913
and to furnish medicine to the coun
ty poor for said year, at the agreed
price of $144, be accepted.
"On motion beard took a recess un
til one o'clock p. m.
Boa
m. AH members present.
On motion duly made and unani
mously carried the following bonds
ana surties on same were approved
and accepted by thce to-wit:
$75 000
paawwffifww iill"iiliii|ipjiji
for John Smith
O. B. Newton, supplies fur
nished county poor farm.
J. J. Knutsen, supplies for
county poor farm
J. J. Knutsen, supplies fur
nished William Balfan*..,
William Balfanz, Nov. salary
less grocery bill
R. E. Cook, veterinary ser
vices at county poor farm
Bertha Presley, supplies for
county poor farm
F. C. Foltz, meat furnished
county poor farm
J. A. Erstad, insurance on
county poor farm build
ings
A. B. Gramer, paid Chas.
Gesch for sawing wood...
O. W. Nichols, husking corn
at county farm
B. Gramer, salary as over
seer for 3 mos. and inci
dental expenses incurred.
John Gorder, carpenter work
at county farm
Princeton Lbr. Co., lumber
and supplies for county
farm
Goulding & Eaton, lumber
and supplies for county
farm
Evens Hdwe. Co., heating
plant and supplies for
county farm
F. C. Cater, per diem and
mileagepoor farm com
mittee
Carl Sholin, per diem and
mileagepoor farm com
mittee
Ole H. Uglem, per diem and
mileagepoor farm com
mittee
Ole H. Uglem, per diem and
mileagepoor farm com
mittee
Louis F. Dow Co., books and
supplies
Free Press Printing Co.,
books and supplies
Security B. B. & Ptg. Co.,
record for register of deeds
Village of Princeton, electric
lights for 8 mos
Mrs. A. Umbehocker, ice for
court house for 10 months
Midland Chemical Co., 5 gal.
of anti-germine
Princeton Lbr. Co., coal as
per contract
Frank Goulding, postage for
register of deeds
A. G. Osterberg, recording
county officials' bonds.
J. C. Borden, to work on 1912
tax lists
Princeton Union, county
printing and office and
election supplies
Tri-State T. & Co.,
'phones and tolls for
Sept., 1912
Tri-State T. &. T. Co.,
'phones and tolls for Oct..
1912
Tri-State T. &. T. Co.,
'phones and tolls for
Nov., 1912
Rural Telephone Co., 'phone
for three months
Princeton Lbr. Co., coal for
courthouse
J. Wampler, Are extin
guishers for county farm
C. Doane, 3 days on board
of audit
F. C. Cater, 3 days on board
of audit
Robert H. King, 3 days on
board of audit
Harry Shockley, posting
school district notices
H.P.Bacon, coroner's charges
in case Egioius Tnypo
Earl Henschel, meals for ju-
rorsNov. term, 1912
Chas. A. Grow, meals for ju-
rorsNov. term, 1912
G. R. Caley, witness fees
State vs. Williams
Wm. Neely. witness fees
State vs. Williams
Harry Shockley, sheriff's
expensesState vs. Leo
Jopp
Harry Shockley, sheriff's
expensesState vs. Leo
Jopp
Harry Shockley. sheriff's
expensesState vs Guy
Ellenbaum
A. Z. Norton et al.7 justice
and witness feesState
vs. Leo Jopp
Harry Shockley. sheriff's
expenses, case of Agnes
Kuzela
E. E. Mollan, returning
general election ballots
Mliaca
J. H. Faught. returning
general election ballots
Kathio
J. H. Faught, returning
primary election ballots
Kathio
Henry Goulet. making pri
mary and general election
returns for vilalge of
Onamia
E. E. Dinwiddie, procuring
general election supplies
Kathio
E. E. Dinwiddie, procuring
primary election supplies
Kathio
R. N. Atkinson, procuring
general election supplies
-Milo
R. N Atkinson, procuring
primary election supplies
Milo
T. R. McCormic, procuring
general election supplies
Isle Harbor
J. A. Jetsinga, unloading and
storing cement for Mc
Dougall and Milo ceme
tery bridges
Louis Lunn, 20 ft. smoke
stack furnished county
for bridge work
Mcllhargey Hdwe. Co., sup
plies furnished for pile
driver
N. M. Nelson, repair of pite
driver
Archie Taylor, hauling gravel
tor Prairie Brook bridge.
Pete Peterson, gravel work
near Orton bridge grade..
Theodore Forster, road work
in com. dist. No.2
J. A. Erstad, error made in
claim No. 1533
Loren Orton, work on Or
ton bridge
Fred Boers, hauling gravel"
and cement for Orton
bridge
Herman Kuhrke, road work
on state road No. 6Dist.
No. 3
A. W.
reconvened at one o'clock p.
uboard,treasurer, nty
ensche1
R. S. Chapman, county surveyor,
H. P. Bacon, county coroner, $500.
Moved and unanimously carried
that hereafter all county dependents
be cared for at the county poor farm
and that all allowances to depend
ents not on the farm be discontin
ued.
Moved and carried that Robert
Clark be retained as court house jan
itor for the ensuing year at his pres
ent salary.
The following claims against tne
county were audited and allowed in
amounts as follows:
M. A. Owen, supplies for E.
Mayo,* 1 mo $15.00
M. A. Owen, supplies for E.
Mayo, 1 mo 15.00
Wm. Lipp & Co., supplies for
Phos. Dejarlais, 2 mos $20.00
Wm. Lipp & Co., supplies for
Mrs. Paul Johnson, 2 mos. 10.00
Wm. Lipp & Co., supplies for
Mary Severson 750
C. H. Nelson, goods and cloth
ing for Aug. Olson and
Thos. De Jarlais 28 34
Louis Lunn, 3 cords of wood
for Mary Severson 5 25
C. A. Jack, medicines and
supplies for county poor.. 2 75
Bertha Presley, prescriptions
HfiWw*flpp
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15r&7
19.13
10.00
1.75 9.47 5.40
6.00 8.55
229.05
63.25
190.00
213.01
878.19
10.00
6.60 7.30 8.00
58.00 14.90 24.00
46.51
14.25 12.50
231.85
15.50
6.00
62.00
328.45
8.25 7.75 7.45
5.25
10.95
37.50
9.00
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THE PBIKG^tON TJKIOK: l^tUBSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1913.
2.00
57.42 17.4Q
W.
9.00
9.00 7.40
10.00
3.50 3.50 1.12 1.12
10.94
32.44 25.75s
6.94
20.00
1.70 2.60
3.48 2.40
4.40
4.40 1.70
1.70 1.20
7.50
5.00
11.80
v2.75
27.00
51.75
1.00
12.50 34.25
103.00
.^~i 5 ^bssiyysi^^
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Issak Granlund, road work
in com. dist. No. 3Bo-
gus Brook 21.00
James Norman, road work in
com. dist. No. 3Bogus
Brook .....f...* 4&00.
Ben Van Boejcel^ *8i yroxU- .m^$
in com. dist. No. 3Bo-
gus Brook 40.00
Charley M. Johnson, road
work in com. dist. No. 3
Bogus Brook 40.00
Bock Threshing Co., engine
furnished for road work
in Borgholm 245.66
Joseph Kariger, road work in
town of Borgholmcom.
dist. No. 3 25.00
Peter Strom, road work in
the town of Borgholm
com. dist. No. 3 165.94
John M. Schelin, road work
in the town of Borgholm
com. dist. No. 3 27.00
Rudd Lbr. Co., planks for
road work in the town of
Borgholmcom. dist. No.
3 34.50
Milaca Lbr. Co., planks for
road work in the town of
Borgholmcom. dist.
JJo. 3 50.84
H. R. Brinks, road work in
com. dist. No. 4Milo.. 30.75
H. A. Hubers, road work in
com. dist. No. 4Milo... 40.00
Knute Carlson, road work in
com. dist. No. 4Milo... 50.25
James Pierson, road work in
com. dist No. 4state
road No. 1 28.00
John P. Petterson, road work
in com. dist. No. 4state
road No. 1 6.20
George Christenson, road
work in com. dist. No. 4
state road No. 1 20.00
Milaca L. S. & Pro. Co., sup
plies for road work in
com. dist. No. 4 22.60
Milaca Lbr. Co., coal for
Hayland road grader used
on lake road 54.88
Harold Mudgett, road work
on state road No. 1 338.75
C. Morehouse, road work in
town of Milaca as per
contract 50.00
Work and Material for Milo
Cemetery Bridge, State
Bridge No. 704-
Louis Solberg, hauling ce
ment to bridge site 10.00
J. E. Bleed, hauling gravel,
cement and bridge outfit 13.50
Caley Lbr. Co., lumber for
concrete forms 19.20
V. E. Haglund, foreman in
charge of work and inci
dental expenses 136.45
George Lund, cement and
concrete work 26.33
Albert Olson, cement and
concrete work 25.43
Arthur Benson,' cement and
concrete work 25.65
Mangius Bleed, cement and
concrete work 24.53
Peter Demi, cement and con
crete work 33.00
Mangius Bleed, work on
bridge 8.00
Fred Erickson, work on
bridge 16.00
Wm! Barnick, work on bridge
and grade at bridge site.. 9.60
A. L. Christopherson, work
on bridge and grade at
bridge site 82.95
N. Monson, work on the
grade at bridge site 16.40
Myron North way, work on
the grade at bridge site 16.40
Chas. Johnson, work on the
grade at bridge site 16.20
A. L. Reinord. work on the
grade at bridge site 15.20
Work and Material for Mc
Dougall Bridge, State
Bridge No. 351
Kaliher & King, hauling
planks and cement outfit
to bridge site 8.00
B. G. Benson, board for
bridge crew and extra
work 6.50
George Lunn, work on pile
driver 9.00
Albert Olson, cement and
concrete work 12.15
George Lunn, cement and
concrete work 37.56
Arthur Benson, cement and
concrete work 32.51
Peter Demi, cement and
concrete work 50.10
Henry Lunn, cement and
concrete work 16.88
V. E. Haglund, cement and
concrete work 169.50
Henry Alderink, grade filling
at McDougall bridge 88.20
Carl Sholin. per diem and
mileage road and bridge
committee 6.00
Ole H. Uglem, per diem and
mileage road and bridge
committee 15.00
Oscar Severin, bridge work in
town of East SideRed
top road 15.00
Harry Elgren, bridge work in
town of East SideRed
top road 21.87
Emil Petrin, road work on
state road No. 1south
of Cove 185.00
Emil Petrin, road work
state road No. 1south
of Cove 12.00
F. C. Cater, mileage to and
from board meeting .20
Ole H. Uglem, mileage to and
from board meeting 1.40
Carl Sholin, mileage to and
from board meeting 4.20
All other claims before the board
were laid over for further examina
tion and investigation.
On motion board adjourned until
February 4, 1913.
CARL SHOLIN,
Chairman of the County Board,
Mille Lacs County, Minn.
Attest:
W. C. DOANE, County Auditor
and Ex-Offlcio Clerk of Board.
(Official Seal)
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