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ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1915.
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O I am usinjr-a typewriter and would like to learn about your special offer to exchange it for a new one. Name '. . . . ' ' p..o. ...... ' State : '. .... - To the L. G. Smith & IJros. Typewriter Co. 300 OAK STREET, Portlnnd, Ore i 1 J THE COUNTY COURT Fixes Levies For Tax Raising On the 1914 Roll. General Itemized and ClaHNlflcd Nummary tor Which Tax in to be Puld. 29, 1914, Tuesday, December Eighth Judicial Day. Court came pursuant to adjourn ment. Officers all present. Due proclamation being made, the following proceedings were had: Matters of Tax Levy for tho years 1914 and 1916 and of estimated amounts to bo raised: On hls day this matter coming on for discussion in accordance with notlco heretofore given as by !aw re quired, and the court not bolng fully advlued In tho mpttcr, it is ordered by the Court that final determina tion be reserved for further consider ation. Whereupon, Court adjourned until Wednesday, December 30th, 1914. Wednesday, December 30, 1914, Ninth Judicial Day. Court came pursuant to adjourn ment. Officora all present Duo proclamation being made the following proceedings were had: Matter for Tax Levy for the years 1914 and 1915 and of estimated amounts to be raited: On this 30th day of December 1914, this matttr coming on for fur ther consideration by the Court, and It appearing to the Court from the PHtiniates now made, that it will be necessary to raise the following nam ed amounts for the various purposes: gkxkraij fcxi). Itouds and HiKliways. Supervisors, viewers and damages $ 4,200.00 Interest on highway bonds 18,000.00 Sinking fund 12,000.00 County road master, calary County road master, as sistants County road muster, expenses County roadmaster, sup plies County surveyor, per diem County surveyor, clorks County surveyor, sup plies County Court. County Judge, salary . . County Judge, expensa. . Commissioners, per diem Commissioners, traveline expense County Court, supplies. . Publishing Court pro ceedings Exporting books Fire patrol and fighting Miscellaneous ......... Sheriff's Office. Salary of sheriff $ Salary of deputy Salary of clerks Traveling expense, bonds, postage ...... Supplies Clerk's Office. Salary of clork Salary of deputy Salary of assistants . . . Honda, postago and expressage Supplies TieiiNurer's Of fire. Salary of treasurer .... Salary ot clerks Ilonds, postage and ex pressage Supplies Assessor's Office. Salary of assessor .... Salary ot deputy Salary of clerks Ilonds, postage, express age and expense .... Supplies Court House. Janitor Supplies Repairs Miscellaneous Circuit Court. Jury Witnesses Reporter and bailiff .... Spoclal attorney Exponso of district at tornoy , Miscellaneous Justice Courts. Justice fees ; Justice expense Jury Witnesses Coroner's Office. Coroner Fees Expense Insane. Examination Rollef Superintendent of Schools. Salary 1,300.00 Clerks 100.00 Institute and School Offi cer's meeting 250.00 Traveling expense, bond, postage 666.00 Supplies 330.00 Health officer, salary .. 240.00 Health officer, supplies 68.00 Fruit Inspector and ex pense $ 400.00 State tax 48,248.45 School tax 30,496.00 Library 381.20 Indigent soldiers 160.00 Widow's pension 2,000.00 Care of poor 4,000.00 Jail 1,150.00 Tax rebate 430.00 Scalp bounty 150.00 Sealer of weights and measures and supplies 230.00 Indemnity for slaughter ed cattle 480.00 County Fair 1,000.00 Total 1164,142.96 FOIt ROAD PURPOSES. General Road Fund. Bridges and mainten ance, implements, etc.) 20,000.00 Permanent improvement 46,628.00 DlHtrirt Rood Fund. District No. District No. District No. District No. District No. District No. 6 District No. 7 9,348.28 13,839.67 9,438.18 11,459.30 8,515.87 5,620.64 8,406.06 1,800.00 1,380.00 342.00 240.00 1,000.00 633.40 38.00 1,000.00 115.00 1,100.00 600.00 90.00 1,000.00 400.00 1,000.00 42.00 1,400.00 1,000.00 200.00 1,200.00 150.00 1,400.00 900.00 600.00 256.00 660.00 600.00 1,000.00 210.00 300.00 1,200.00 800.00 700.00 871.90 300.00 780.00 400.00 160.00 772.00 5,500.00 2,500.00 1,460.00 500.00 109.00 250.00 300.00 175.00 50.00 400.00 200.00 75.00 120.00 25.00 Total $133,256.00 And it appearing to the Court that the total amount of assessable prop erty ot the county, as appears by the assessment roll for the year 1914 is $17,683,650; and that the County Assessor has heretofore collected tax for the year 1914 up on a valua tion of $33,750.00 of said assessable property, leaving a net valuation for taxation purposes, in the sum of $17,649,800.00. That in order to raise the afore said amounts tor state, school, libra ry, Indigent soldiers and other county purposes aforesaid, it will be necessary to levy a tax of 9.3 mills upon all the assessable property of the county not heretofore collected upon, as heretofore mentioned; and to raise the aforesaid sums for Gen eral Road Fund purposes and for District Road Fund purposes, it will be necessary to levy a tax ot 7.66 mills upon the assessable property of the county as follows: It Is therefore ordered by the Court that a levy ot 9.3 mills on the dollar, divided as follows: GENERAL FUND. Roads and Highways. Supervisors, viewers and damages 0002379C Interest on highway bonds 00101985 Sinking fund 0006799 County road master sal-, ary 00010199 County road master, as sistants 00007818 County road master, expense 00001938 County road master, sup plies 00001359 County surveyor, per diem 00005666 County surveyor, clerks .00003022 County surveyor, sup plies 00000215 County Court. County Judge, Balary. . . .00005666 County Judge, expense.'. .00000651 Commissioners, per. diem 00006232 Commissioners, traveling expense 00002833 County Court, supplies. . .0000051 Publishing County Court proceedings 00005666 Exporting books 00002266 Fire patrol and flghttng .00005666 Miscellaneous .00000238 Sheriff's Office. Salary of sheriff 00007932 Salary of deputy 00005666 Salary ot clerks 00001133 Traveling expense, bonds, postage 00006799 Supples 0000085 Clerk's Office. Salary ot clerk 00007932 Salary of deputy 000051 Salary ot assistants 000034 Bonds, postage and ex- expressage 00001444 Supplies 00003116 Treasurer's Office. Salary ot treasuror .... .000034 Salary ot clerks 00005666 Bonds, postage and ex pressage 0000119 Supplies 00001699 Assessor's Office. Salary ot assessor .00006799 Salary of deputy 00004 533 Salary of clerks 00003966 Bonds, postago, express age and expense 0000494 Supplies 000017 Court House. Janitor 00004419 Supplies 00002266 Repairs 0000085 Miscellaneous .00004274 Circuit Court. Jury ,'. 00031162 Witnesses 00014164 Reporter and bailiff 00008216 Special attorney ....... .00002833 Expense of district at torney 00000618 Miscellaneous 00001416 J on tire Courts. Justices' fees 000017 Justice expense 00000992 Jury 00000283 Witnesses 00002266 Coroner's Office. Fees of coroner 00001133 Expense .00000425 Insane. Examination 0000068 Relief 00000142 Superintendent of Schools. Salary 00007366 C'erks 00000666 Institute and school offi cers' meeting 00001417 Traveling expense, bond, postage 0000315 Supplies 00001869 Health officer, salary . . . .00000385 Health officer, supplies. . .00000385 Fruit Inspector and ex pense 00002267 State tax .00273366 School tax 00172784 Library 0000216 Indigent soldiers 00000906 Widows' pension 00011331 Care of poor 00022663 Jail 00006516 Tax rebate 00002436 Scalp bounty .0000085 Sealer of weights and measures and supplies .00001303 Indemnity for slaughter ed cattle 0000272 County Fair 00006666 .0093 Be, and the same is hereby levied upon all assessable property within the county of Columbia, not hereto fore collected upon by the County Assessor, as aforesaid. It is further ordered by the Court that a tax levy of 7.65 mills on the dollar on all assessable property within the county, less that portion heretofore collected upon, be and the same is hereby levied for road pur poses, divided as follows: For bridges and mainten ance, implsments, etc. .00113316 For permanent improve ment 00264184 District road fund, divid ed according to valua tion, as heretofore set forth 003775 .00755 Matter of Special School Tax esti mated by school superintendent. It appearing to the Court frcm the estimates submitted by the County School Superintendent that it will be necessary to levy special taxes on certain districts in accordance with the provisions of Section 4043, L. O. L. it is therefore ordered by the Court that a special tax is hereby lev ied upon the property of the follow ing districts at the rate set opposite each district, being as follows: District No. 50 '. ... .4.5 mills. District No. 61 .4 mills Matter of Resolution of Road Dis trict No 7. For spoclal road lmptoveaients, and levy ot tax to defray expense of same. On this day the resolution for specially Improving the roads in Road District No. 7 and the lev7 ol a special tax of 6 mills to defray the expense thereof, was duly examined and approved by the Court. Whereupon Court adjourned. NEWS OF TRENHOLM. Mr. Fred Abbott is a recent ad dition to the working force in the woods. Mrs. Henry McAlllcter has been confined to the house several days on account of illness. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Waterman have returned home after ten days' visit to Southern Oregon. Mr. Jim Williams has taken the contract for hauling staves. At pres ent there are five teams on the road. An epidemic of the grippe is among us and not even the "good looking folks" are escaping it so far. Mr. Colen Crouse and family are llvig in ' Trenholm again. Mr. Crouse is working for Western Coop erage Company. Sunday evening a surprise party was given Mr. Charles Hetn, It being his fiftieth birthday. He responded coble to the occasion by passing cig ars and fruit. A dainty lunch was served by Mrs. Hem. Music waa furnished by Mr. Hyde, Mr. Holden and Mr. Heln. About fifty people celebrated New Year's Eve by mooting at Mrs. Tat ros. The big sixty foot room waa made beautiful by large ropes ot cedar and fir boughs draped in every conceivable way and red bells caught here and there. In one corner sat the foitune teller giving encourage ment and hope all tor the New Year. Mrs. Arthur Fowler made the wheezy old organ take on a new lease ot life and old time songs were sung for awhile. Crlbbage, five-hundred and pedro were then played until a late hour, when lunch was served by Mrs. Tatro, Mrs. Kelby and Mrs. Billy Tatro. At 12:30 o'clock a string of lanterns along the road was the finish of Tronholm's cele bration. ,