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FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 18»7.
QREER THE QROCRP
Report of Senate Committee
Assessments and Taxation.
Voi. I l l , No. 12, Vol. IX , No. 80
on remaining unpaid distinguished by set- Oregon, as compiled by \V, Sair HOI.
ting down separately such as are on real relating to the assessment of property*
Made by S. Hugheg during the "Hold and such as are on personal property and the collection of taxes, ’ died in the
JCIAN AND S U R G E O N ,
Up at Salem.”
with a full, and correct description of office of secretary of state February l<fc
HAS THE LEADINd
N O T IC E G IV E N
B E F O R E R A I S I N G T H E such real and personal property from the 1893, be and the same is hereby repealed.
Bee at his residence,
tax roll and the name of the person
V A L U A T I O N O F A N Y T A X - P A V E R ’ S.
Sec. 74.— That section 2794 as amended
feT GROVE, - -. O REGO N.
Sec. 63.— No increase of valuation taxed if therein specified and the costs by sections 8 and 9 of an Act entitled.
don for pensions every Wednesday.
shall be made without three day’s notice incurred after the delinquency and sub “ An Act to secure a more convenient
to be given to the owner or agent in mit the same to the county court; he mode of making assessments and of col
Grocerie«. Glassware and Stoneware,
which to appear aud show cause why shall also include in such statement a lecting and paying taxes, and to amend
a le and Pocket Cutlery, Spoons, Brooms, Mop
G E IG E R ,
such increase should not be made: Pro description of any lauds doubly assessed section 2794 of the general laws of O »
j p a t h ic
p h y s ic ia n
Sticks, Butter Moulds, Ladles, Wood and W illow
vided, such notice shall not be necessary and the amount of the amount of the gon as compiled by W. Sair H ill," fi'ed
and s u r g e o n
if the person assessed appear voluntarily taxes thereon; the sheriff shall continue in the office of Secretary of State Febru
are of all kinds, Fishing Tackle. Also a large
before the Board and be there personally- to receive payment of taxes after the 1 ary 21, 1893, be and the same ia hereby
li residence. Bowlby house, Pacific eve.,
lot of all kinds of Seeds I n B u l k .
fireet of Forest Grove hotel.
notified by the Board or some member delinquenty thereof and so long as the repealed.
I r BST GROVE, ORKGOI#
thereof, that his property is, in the opin- tax roll remains in his possession, but he
t e a a n d c o f f e e a s p e c i a l t y *. ion of the Board, assessed below its fair shall collect in addition to the taxe« the 1
■ ittsntlou P»id to Medical and S u rr e a l _____
The Missing Banket’.
Vf Women and Children and all chronic
Such Board shall have i P « » 11? * the_ rate of one per cent. per
tumors have been rife about the
power to require the attendance of wit- month ior each month and
nesses, send for papers, and each mem- j of a month on the amount of the taxes bank closure aud Mr. Pfanner’s disap
ber may administer oaths, and it shall e to be paid, together with the coats of pearance. His private history has been
thoroughly discussed and as 1« usually
their duty to add to and assess any pro- ' such collection after delinquency.
d e n t is t ,
the case several stories started which
perty omitted from the roll by any a ses- j
were afterward denied. Leopold Huff,
sor. Said Board shall complete its labor |
FOREST GR O VE
of Woodland, Wash., desire* to correct
by the laat day of June in each year und
We do all kinds of Laundry Work in the best possible
certain stories whi^' have been published
manner. Any work left with us will be promptly at
after the valuation of ail, the property is to take charge of the same and t<? reeeiv?
equalized, shall cause each column to be and receipt for all unpaid taxes together since the dlsappeafAUce of Anton Planner
tended to. We guarantee all our work. Our prices are
cheaper than Portland prices, Your patronage will be
footed up, the totals of each page to be with the penalty and costs which any reflecting on the latter’s character. Mr.
OR. O- C. H IA T T
appreciated. "W- -<c>
% . -<0 -Ck-
carried forward and the recapitulation person may wish to pay and to turn over Huff, whose wi e is a sister of the misa-
and actual totals of each column of the said money SO received weekly to the I ing banker, says be has known him for
assessment roll, showing a grand total to county treasurer in the same manner as ma- y years, and is positive that Pfanner
be made on the
of the is required by law of the sheriff. He has always led a sirictly upright life.
When he left Germany, yeara ago,
P lu m 's B uildino on Main (Street, up
Board shall cause two shall when required, by order of the
Office hours, » a. m. to 4 p. m.
certified assessment rolls thus completed com ty court; make from the delinquent Pfanner’s wife had been dead several
under the seal of the county court to be tax roll a true and corre t list of the years. His sole purpose in leaving the
made, one copy of which shall be trans taxes remaining unpaid and a conect Old Country, says Mr. Huff, was to better
¡ b o m a s h . t o n g u e ,
mitted to the secretary of state on or be- de9criPU '' of ,he real and pe’ sonal pro- his condition. His small boy was left
fore the twenty-fifth day of July follow- Perty, if the same can by made, and to with Pfanner’s mother, and haa been
)RNE Y - A T - L A W ,
ing, and the other c.py shall be filed in whonl *uch taxes are charged and de- raised with money sent by his father.
hobo , W abhinqton C o u n t y , O k .
The story that the bauker came from
the office of the County Clerk.
I hver the satne to the sheriff of the county
with a warrant attached thereto iu the Wisconsin with a woman, Mr. Huff alao
W H E R E A S S E S S M E N T IS D IS P R O P O R T IO N
name of the State of Oregon and under says is false. Pfanner, when he lived ia
¡SMITH & B O W M A N ,
ATE BETW EEN TH E IN TER ESTS OF THE
hi. hand and the seal of the county ouri Milwaukee, became acquainted with a
M O RTGAGER AND TH E M ORTGAGEE.
commanding raid sh riff to levy upon woman whose husband had died and left
Sec. 64.— In case the assignment shall the goods and chattels of such delinquent her destitute. Taking pity on her, he
be grossly disproportionate between the tax payer and if none be found, then assisted her to support herself and child
I Work and Conveyancing.
interests of the mortgagor or owner o^ upon the real property a-. ,et forth in ren, and when he came West he offered
I 7 Morgan Blk. HILLSBORO, O * .
the land or real property and the interest said list, or* so much thereof as shall her a situation aa hie housekeeper ia
W ill run a stage to Portland every Tuesday and Saturday; $1.00 for the of the mortgagee or holder of the incum satisfy t.ve amount of taxes so charged, Walla Walla, which she filled for a little
brance and the Board of equalization of with penalty, costa and expenses, and less than two years.
W. M. L A N G L E Y ,
round trip, 7 hours in the city. Engage seats day before.
County shall upon application of the that said sheriff be required to pay over
Special attention paid to Commercial Travelers
Pfanner’s one object in life, hit brother-
MY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
party injured refuse to correct the same all monies so received to the county in-law says, was to m akes name for him
Hunters and Fishermen
|utjr Prosecuting Attorney.
or in case of other inequality or want of treasurer weekly and to make returns of self and accumulate a fortune, by head
Collection« A specialty.
uniformity in the assessment of the said warrants not later tLan six months work and strict honesty. He was a maa
T a k * Jon**’ Bus to and from all trains
¡-Up-stairs, Wood« A Cap leg
-Baggage and freight called for and delivered mortgages and the Board shall refuse to from the date thereof, unless by order of who set personal honor and integrity be
correct the same, the party complaining the county court he he required to return fore ever? thing else in life.
having first paid or tendered the amount the same at an earliar or later date. All
The police are still invest ¡gating P(sa
Pire and Accident Inaurane*
of tax manifestly due may have a writ of money collected as penalty, coats and ner'» disappearance, but have succeeded
review issued from the proper court to expenses by the sheriff or clerk shall be in finding no clue.
correct such action of the Board of long to the general fund of the county.
Woods & Caplea have received a letter
an acquaintance aayiag that last
.PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS. judge thereof, before hearing said mat
|J. I. KJMIGJHT
taxes as provided in this chapter upon Wednesday noon he saw the missing
^ Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by ter, may order a reference to ascerta in real estate must be made in the same banker on board the Northers Pacific
manner as real estate ia told upon execu train, and in conversation Mr. Pfaaaar
an Experienced Pharmacist and from
F I N D I N G S O F T H E B O A R D F I N A L , E X tion at the court house door between the said he was going to Tacoma and Seattle,
the Best and Freshest material.
...and Loan Broker. News Depot
C E P T IN C E R T A I N C A S E S .
hours of ten o’clock a. m, aa 1 four and perhaps farther.
The assignees are progressing favorably
LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE.
Sec. 65.— The actions and conclusions o’clock p. m. and notice of such sale
O r eg o n
of the Board in all matters pertaining to shall be given in some public newspaper, with their inventory, and the assets
the equalization of the values of taxable published i . the county wht.e the pro figure out about as Mr. Pfanner’s letter
H. D. S t k w a k t ,
Subscriptions Received for the W a sh in g t o n C o u n t y H a t c h e t , property in its county for purpose of tax perty to be sold is situated’ or in case no to them said they would.
Judge Baber says that a short time age
ation shall be final, provided, that its paper ia published in the county, then in
T he C o u n ty N E W S p a p e r .
action may be reviewed on writ of re that paper published nearest the sale and a man owed Mr. Pfanner on a note, bat
view issued out of the circuit court of the of circulation in the county where the Pfanner told him to deliver in Portland
; of F o r e s t G r o v e
county as is otherwise provided property is to be sold for four consecutive 300 bushels of oats aud he would surren
Club with The Oregoiiian.
fON PFANNER, Proprietor
weeks before such sale, which notice der the note. This the man did. The
! by law.
descrileaccurately the lot; or lands oats were left in Portland some time, and,
Sec. 66.— The County Clerk of each
It SEVERAL BANKING BUSINESS
county shall forwith after the apportion-. to be sold and setting forth that they whet sold, brought aa advance of fy j
|j»d telegraphic transfers sold on New
1 ment of taxes make a certificate of the are to be sold for taxes and accrued costa more than the note, and Mr. Pfannnr
“o and San Francisco.
several amounts apportioned to be as due thereon: (And the notice and sale paid the man this advance.
ange p a y a b le at sight in London,
Amsterdam, Brussels, Stockholm,
sessed upon the taxable property in his of the property, made as by this section
E ila ra t« T o u r llo w ol» W ith
1 re n ts
Mhe-Main a s well as all other
• and ce n te rs o f trade throughout
county for state, county, general and provided, shall be sufficient to pass title I Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
[ Kingdom, Ireland and Continental
special, school, military, university and thereto subject to the rights of redemp
$ 2 .0 0 P E R Y E A R . ________________ town, city or other purposes for which a tion as by law provided.) And no fur
»a i d e at all accessible points.
C o u n t y S c h o o l N o te s .
tax may have been legally levied and de ther levy shall be made by the sheriff
• hours from 9 a. m . to 4 p . m.
of Fern Hill school, district
liver the same to the sheriff in the county
together with the transcript of the assess- clerk a certificate in the manner and No. 53 for the month ending, Jane 9.
I ment roll to which shall be attached a form as in levy upon real estate upon ex No. days taught 19. No. days attendance
13. No. days absence 74. Ho. pupils
I warrant in the name of the stat of Ore- ecution.
36. Average No. belonging 36.
I gon under bia hand and the seal of the
county court commanding the sheriff to the seveial county treasurers of this state Average daily attendance 32. Those
! collect the taxes charged in this list and on the first > outlay of each >. onth to who were neither absent nor tardy doff
Spegni Bargains in Tw enty and Forty Acre
tu make the same by sale of goods and apportion all monies received by them ing the month were; Minnie MurrJ,
Tracts in Washington, Yam hill
chattels of the respective persons named as taxes to the several funds provided by Charles and Jeaaie Dickerson, Earl and
' >n such
lists if necessary, and that he pay j law And they shall on the first Tues- Clarence Gray Bertha Michael and
1 last place to get your
and Tillamook counties.
1 until you reach Til-
j over all moneys collected by him by d*y of January. April, July and October j J«me* Boyd— Louisa Mooberry, teacher,
• I cany a full line of
virtue of such warrant to the county in each year pay over to the treasurer of! Report of school in district No. 30 for
treasurer and return such warrant with the Htate of Oregon in United States the month ending June 4, 1897. No. o f
is and Groceries,
' the list aforesaid and entries thereon of gold and silver coin the proportion of all days taught 20. No. of pupil* enrolled
i all payments to him to the county clerk taxes due the state of Oregon and rece-1 45* Average daily attendance 38.* No.
when directed by o.der of the county ived by them during the time since the of visitors 16. The following pupils
Cigars and Tobacco.
court, provided the sheriff before enter last preceding payment, and shall on de- were neither absent nor tardy. Ma
ing on the duties of collection of taxes mand and presentation of the proper Lilly, Hula Lafferty, Lena Shorb,
[ j ^ l e and all necessary
GALES C R E E K .
P**s for a camp outfit.
shall execute an additional bond in such vouchers pay over to the different school McClaren, Cora McClaren, Belle Mo.
sum as tne county court of the county districts road districts and municipal cor- j Claren, Laura Pratt, Lily Turner, Grade
porations, the amount of money stand- Hiatt, Zula Shorb, Minnie McCoy,
Stove and Tillamook.
Bertha Pratt, Eva Fletchrr, CordeMh
Sec. 67.— All taxes remaining unpaid ing to their credit as above provided.
Sec. 71.— The general or county fund Seeman, Ora Lee, Howard billy, (l w r | l
on the first day of January, next follow
ing the year for which they are levied shall be subject to the payment of county Culver, Levi Adkins, Herbert Britton,
shall become delinquent and there shall warrants properly endorsed at any thne Robert Turner, Roland Turner, Paul
Pratt, Frank Pratt. Fred l.ily, Cassia
be added thereto from such date until ia their order.
L o w P rie « * ,
Sec. 72.— That sections *73«»733-*734 Gheen.— M. C. Case, teacher.
p r o m p t D e liv e ry ,
i73»-J739 »740- 2741 • 2742-2743 2744-2743-
Report for school-district No. 40. tffrm
• O Y E A R S*
E x c e lle n t Q u a lity -
SX PSR IK N O S.
and pottion of a month on the amount 2748-2747-2748-»749 - *750 - *75«-2738 2759- beginning April 12 and closing Jane 9.
of the tax which shall be in addition to 2760-2761-2762 - 2x63 - 5764-2765-2766-2767- No. of days taught 40. No. days atten
m c f p TÓ U R BO W ELS s t r o n g ALL SUM MER I
other costs that may be incurred in the 2768 2769-2770-2771 -2772- 2773-2774 2775- ds nee 857X. No. days ibsrnce l6>
collection and attempted collection of a 2776-2777-2778-2779-2780 and 2781 of the No. times tardy 13. No. boys registered
tax. The county court shall when it laws of Oregon as compiled and anno •5, No. girls registered 13. Total No.
deems it advisable after the period of tated by W. Sair Hill relating to, where enrolled 28. Average No. brlonging sfi.
delinquency issue an- order to the sheriff *nd »*> whom property shall be assessed; Average daily atttndincr 23.—Off»
return to the county court the tax roll of the duties of assessor-; and equaliza Overholtzer, teacher.
cow v a io h t a *a -
with s list of taxes uncollected. tion ot assessments be >nd the same are
Report of school in district No. 5 faff
¡ g Cnmanutesuoas
& s sa lavanti
Thereupon, if any of the taxes mentioned hereby repealed.
the term beginning March n and end
Sec. 73.— That section 2732 as amended ing June 11. No. of popii- <-nrolled 17.
in the tax list, annexed to his warrant on
u* 1 2 5 B !
rest or personal property shall remain by an Act entitled “ Aa Act to amend Average daily attendance 13. Na. off
275*1 sad to repeal section» 2730.
unpaid and the sheriff shall be unable
rors 9. Verna Fuqua wai
T s rtâ o p M
, »»r Sew T*fk. 050
A the taxes so |
D W. WARD, M. D.
^ ^ G R O C E R Y STORE
Forest Grove Laundry
and Dye House.
W. S. BALDWIN, Manager.
J O f lE S ’ S T A B L E
b r o c k ’ s
D rug store .
JVIAIN STREET, JHILLSBO^O.
We Do Not
San Francisco Weekly Examiner,
|at the . . .
JOHNSON & CORNELIUS
REAL ESTATE AGEJNTS,
G R O V E ............................OREGON.
THE OLD W ILTROUT MILL.
S a r g e n t ,
A ll Grades of
Bough and Dressed Lumber.
Kiln Dried Lumber a Specialty.
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