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About Intermountain tribune and Linn County agriculturalist. (Sweet Home, Linn County, Or.) 1913-1914 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1913)
15 Mill Levy Maile by Linn County Court
PAY TAXES TO THE
A 15 mill tax was levied by the
court Saturday. This is fori Bert
COUNTY TREASURER county
the various county and state funds.!
An Ideal Christmas Gift foi he Home
The Sheriff no Longer Takes the Money
—Taxes Become Delinquent
April 1 Hereafter
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3— A penalty of three per cent on
all taxes paid on or after the 1st
day of June and before the 1st day
of July following.
4— A penalty of four per cent on
all taxes paid on or ‘ after the said
1st day of July and before the 1st
day of August following.
5— A penalty of five per cent on
all taxes paid on or after the said
1st day of August and before the
1st day of September following.
Provided, that one-half of the
taxes against any particular parcel
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of real property, or the taxes on
personal property charged with any
individual, firm, etc, may be paid
before the said 1st day of April, in
which event the penalties specified
in this section shall apply only to
and be collected with the remaining
one half of such taxes, to be paid
prior' to the, said 1st day of Septem
ber following. All taxes remaining
unpaid on the 1st day of September
shall become delinquent. Upon all
taxes so delinquent there shall be
charged ana collected a penalty of
10 per cent and interest at the rate
of ten per cent per annum pn such
taxes frorm the day on which they
became delinquent until their pay
All household furniture, domestic
Telephone or write our buyer, J. D. Densmore, Salem, Or.
fixtures, household goods and effects
!* Box 35, or telephone 104 k Shipping dates for live
actually in use as such in homes
¿lock can be learned by phoning Produce Houses at
and dwellings; also all wearing
LEBANON, SCIO, STAYTON
apparel, watches, jewelry and simi
lar personal effects, actually in use,
are exempt from taxation.—Herald
The following is the tabulated
statement of items and the number
of mills levied for each, making the
total of 15 mills:
State Ta^... .............
Road and Bridges...
Road District Fund
Come in and let us show them to you
or write and let us send you a catalog
Kerr &, Rowland Drug Co.
• Fanners Attention
J We pay the Highest Market Prices for |
Live Hogs, Calves,
Sheep and Cattle
of all kinds
THE UNION MEAT COMPANY?
A Broad Understanding.
CITY DRUG STORE
Dr. Luther will attend professional Calls at reasonable distances
Day or Night
MAGAZINES AT ALBANY AND SALEM ORE.
------------------ Prices on Application------------- —
Harley Davidson Motorcycles
THE 1914 MODELS ARE NOW ON DISPLAY
Guns, Bicycles, Sporting Goods
“Now. look here, wlfle! You have
got ‘to., cut out /this extravagance!
From now' on I am going to' put down
my foot on all unnecessary expenses.”
“Huh! Your foot, will more than
cover all expenses!”—Chicago New«.
No man ever wetted clay and then
left it. as if there would be bricks by
chance and fortune.—Plutarch.
J.D. Justrite Corsets
Boges Hats for men
We have Fidelity
Blue trading stamps
The Professor’» Compliment.
“The professor paid me a compli
ment that 1 don’t know whether to like
“How is that, my girl?"
“He says 1 am so interesting that he
Is going to name a germ after me.”—
For Sale Cheap-*~An International
high wheel automobile, in good con
dition. If sold at once the price
will be right. See ’ E. H. Billings,
During the entire month of January I
will sell every line of goods in my store
Absolutely at Cost
I need money and the only way
I can get it is to sell my goods
In order to settle overdue ac
counts, for CASH I will cut
the account in the middle dur
ing the month of J anuary.
W. J. LAWRENCE
Mayor............................. H. M. Myer’
Recorder................R. W. Van Fleet
MAIL ORDERS ARE GIVEN PROMPR ATTENTION
Treasurer......................F. L. Gilbert
HAUSER BROS., Prop,.
M. Story, 0. L. McClure, Monroe
Smead, J. A. Thompson, David
IS Doerpher and Everett Post
R. W. Morehead, J. E. McClure and
Justice of the Peace
W. H. Daugherty
•Constable and Deputy Sheriff
Arrive from Lebanon.....!..... 1:30 p.m.
“ Brownsville......... 3:30 p.m.
‘‘ Cascadia.... ..i„,.:8:45 a.m.
We furnish the be£t dinner in the valley for 25 cents
Depart for Lebanon........... 9:00 a.m.
BRUER BROS. Props.'
“ Brownsville....... 4:00 p.m.
“ Cascadia___ __2:00 p.m.
ALBANY GUN STORE
Triumph of a Sausage.
Westphalia, in Prussia, is the home
of the sausage. There. It is said, a
trader .will name no fewer than 400
different kinds of sausage. A sausage
exhibition was held recently in Ger
many. at which 1.000 varieties of sau
sage were shown.
In this connection the story Is told
of a young Prussian who. though he
had received an expensive training as
a chemist shut himself up in his lab
oratory and instead of devising a neW
dye. safety match, motor engine, ex
plosive. aeroplane or photographic
lens took pork. veal, olives, pepper,
fennel, old wine, cheese, apples, cinna-/
mon and herrings’ roes and from thepi
evolved a wonderful and totally orig
inal “wurst” the best of its kind. Ele
has amassed a ' considerable fortune
from its sale.—Berlin Cor. New York
wear and Hosery
I am not going out of business
but I MUST HAVE MONEY
and so I am taking the above
method of getting it, and in
so doing you are . the winner
Drugs, Patent Medicines
Perfumes, T oilet
Trojan Stumping Powder
Come in Early and get your choice of the Stock
N. R. LUTHER, M. D. Prop.
Robert’s and Korinek’s Veterinary Remedies
East Main Street
SWEET HOME, ORE.
Exclusive agent for
Mealey Bros. Mill Company
Manufacturers of all kinds of-
Rough and|p)ressed Douglas Fir Lumber
Well Seasoned. Stock Constantly on Hand
Personal Attention 4 given to all Orders.
We Guarantee to give you Satisfaction
When in Lebanon go to the
For Your Dinner
Timber and Agricultural Lands and
Mill Property for Sale
Timber Lands Cruised and Estimates made
on Standing Timber.