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Full text of "Clackamas County assessments and taxes in 1910, showing the difference between assessments and taxes under the general property tax system and the land value or single tax and exemption system, proposed in the Clackamas County Tax and Exemption Bill, to be voted on at the November, 1912, election"

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Complying with the Corrupt Practices I.aw: This 
pamphlet Is printed by Multnomah Printing; Co., S9yi 
Front St., Portland, Ore., and the autliorg are W. G. 
Eggleston. o f Portland, Ore., and MT. S. U'RenT'of" 
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CLACKAMAS COUNTY ASSESSMENTS ^ TAXES 

IN 1910 
SHOWING THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 

ASSESSMENTS AND TAXES UNDER THE GENERAL PROPERTY TAX SYSTEM 

AND THE /r 

LAND VALUE OR SINGLE TAX AND EXEMPTION SYSTEM 

PROPOSED IN THE 

GUGKAMAS COUNTY TAX AND EXEMPTION BILL 

TO BE VOTED ON AT THE NOVEMBER, 1912, ELECTION ^.. 



IF YOU FAVOR THE BILL, MARK YOUR BALLOT: NO. 376 X I YES 



CERTIFICATE OF GEO. F. JOHNSON, 
DEPUTY ASSESSOR OF CLACK- 
AMAS COUNTY. 

TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 

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I hereby certify that the following "Sin- 
gle Tax Assessment and Tax Roll for Clack- 
amas County for the Year 1910" was ex- 
tended from the regular tax roll for that 
year under my direction and supervision. 

THAT I AM NOT AND NEVER HAVE 
BEEN A SINGLE TAKER AND NEVER 
READ ANY OF HENRY GEORGE'S 
WORKS. 

I undertook this work on my own time 
and outside of my official duties as deputy 
assessor, chiefly to prove that it could be 
done from the assessments of Clackamas 
County. My services and all the expenses 



were paid for wholly by the F'els Fund 
Commission and the foregoing tax roll has 
not cost Clackamas County one dollar of 
public money, directly or indirectly. 

I am neither defending nor opposing the 
county bill to exempt personal property, 
occupations and improvements from taxes, 
commonly called the Single Tax Bill. 

I further certify that the assessment roll 
was completed and the extension of taxes 
in black ink was finished on the theory 
that we would not count fractions of a dol- 
lar in the assessed value of an acre of land, 
whether improved or not. But I found that 
this plan was being criticised as "guess- 
work," and I again extended the values 
and taxes, writing the second extension in 
red ink, after computing the values per 
acre in every case down to cents. 

E.Y.. 



In doing the foregoing work I employed 
only skilled helpers. The computations 
are as accurate and exact as they could be 
made, and in my opinion do not contain 
more errors than the computations of the 
original roll on which taxes were collected 
for the year 1910. 

For the assessment of town lots and of 
non-tillable land (by which is understood 
land not in actual cultivation), I have 
taken the valuations of the official assess- 
ment for the year 1910. For the exemp- 
tions of personal property, buildings, ma- 
chinery and other improvements on land 
I have taken the valuations of the official 
assessment for the year 1910. 

For the exemption value of improve- 
ments in and under land (by which is un- 
derstood clearings, drainage and similar 
labor values in and under the lands), I 
assumed, at the request of W. S. U'Ren, 
who represented the Fels Fund Commis- 
sion, that the difference between the as- 
sessed value of the cultivated land and the 
assessed value of uncultivated adjoining 
land represented the assessed labor value 
of the clearings, drainage and similar val- 
ues in and under the land which are to be 
exempt from taxes under the so-called 
county single tax bill submitted to the peo- 
ple of Clackamas County. I have compiled 
the foregoing Single Tax Assessment and 
Tax Roll on that basis, under the instruc- 
tions from said Mr. U'Ren. 

For example, Charles E. S pence owns a 
farm of 70 acres; 40 acres are uncultivated 
and assessed at $20.00 per acre; 30 acres are 
cleared and in cultivation, assessed at $45 
per acre. Under the plan stated it is taken 
for granted that the cultivated land separate 
from the clearings, drainage, etc., is of the 
same value as the uncultivated, that is to 
say, $20.00 per acre. This leaves an exemp- 
tion value for improvements in the land of 
$25.00 per acre, amounting to $750.00. Mr. 
Spence's assessment for buildings and per- 
sonal property was $1050; this gives him 
under the plan stated an exemption of 
$1800, leaving his assessment for 70 acres 
of land at the value of the raw land $1400. 
The tax rate for 1910 was 15 mills and Mr. 
Spence's tax was $48.00 on a total assess- 
ment of $3200. The rate under the so-called 
Single Tax Bill would have been 23.18 



mills, and Mr. Spence's tax would have 
been $32.45 on a raw land value assess- 
ment of $1400. 

For appraising the taxable value of rail- 
road and other public service corporation 
franchises and rights of way, for the pur- 
pose of this assessment, I accepted the es- 
timates of Mr. Edward P. E. Troy, of San 
Francisco, California, recommended as an 
expert by Mr. W. S. U'Ren and others. The 
basis for this valuation by Mr. Troy is the 
reports of the various companies on file in 
the offices of the State Railroad Commis- 
sion and the State Tax Commission. Thie 
percentage of the assessed value as com- 
pared with the actual value is stated by 
Mr. Troy to be the same that was used by 
the State Tax Commission in assessing all 
the property of these corporations. 

The only chance for error in the valua- 
tions as compared with the assessments on 
which the taxes were collected for the year 
1910 is on the value of franchises and the 
nghts of way and of the raw land value 
of the lands in actual cultivation. Of 
lands in cultivation there were 95,594.51 
acres, the raw land value of which for the 
so-called single tax roll is an average of 
$23.84 per acre, and the average assessed 
value per acre of cultivated land for the 
clearing, ditches and other labor values in 
these cultivated acres pnd which is ex- 
empted in this roll is $36.65 per acre. 

As to the appraised value of the railroad 
and other public service corporation fran- 
chises and rights of way assessed for the 
single tax roll at $2,978,330, / can only say 
that Mr. Troy's appraisement and valuation 
appear to be sustained by the statistics he 
produced from the official reports of the 
various companies. 

On the foregoing plan I find the total 
property that would have been taxed in 
Clackamas County for the year 1910, if the 
so-called Single Tax Bill had been in op- 
eration, would have been as follows : 
95,594.51 acres of cultivated /a/jd . $2,279,385^ 
528,572.92 acres of uncultivated 

land 7,858,735 

Town and city lots 2,564,335 

Railroad and other public service 

corporation franchises and 

rights of way 2,978,330 

Total $15^680785 



EXEMPTIONS. 

Farm buildings and personal 

property $1,944,795 

Farm clearings, ditches and im- 
provements in the land 3,497,340 

Personal property of non-land 

owners 823,975 

Improvements on town and city 

lots 979,570 

Other personal property chiefly 

in cities and towns 1,132,265 

Difference between the franchise 
assessment by Mr. Troy and all 
property assessment of corpo- 
rations by State Tax Commis- 
sion (public service corpora- 
tions) 175,286 

Total single tax exemptions .. .$8,553,231 

Following is the revenue actually col- 
lected in 1910 in Clackamas County: 

General fund $363,572.87 

School fund J4,797.67 

Cities '^3,915.80 

Licenses {nearly all in Oregon 

City) 19,052.00 

Road fund 27,089.91 

Total revenue collected $518,228.25 

From this is to be deducted a refund of 
$699.85 for the town of Willamette. The 
state and county rate for the above revenue 
was 15 mills on the dollar, to which must 
be added in the different districts the city 
special school and special road rates for 
each district. 

To raise the same amount from the tax 
on the values of land, franchises and rights 
of way the state and county rate is 23.18 
mills on the dollar, to which must be 
added in the different districts the city, 
special school and special road rates, as 
was the case under the assessment on 
which the taxes were collected. The 
amount that would have been raised un- 
der the foregoing rate exempting personal 
property and improvements is $517,659.14, 
being an excess of $130.74 over the $517,- 
528.40 actually raised for public revenues 
from all sources, on an assessed value for 
all kinds of property for the year 1910 of 
$24,234,017.00. 

Dated Oregon City, Oregon, this 5th day 
of April, A. D. 1912. 

(Signed) GEO. F. JOHNSON, 

Deputy Assessor. 



This pamphlet contains the names of all the 
taxpayers, in alphabetical order, in the Land 
Book, Lot Book and the Personal Property 
Book of the Clackamas County Assessor for the 
year 1910. It includes all the taxpayers in 
every district in the county and is mailed free 
to every voter in the county. It will be mailed 
free to Oregon voters who want it, but to per- 
sons outside of Oregon a charge of 50 cents will 
be made to cover cost of printing and postage. 

Every person who paid taxes in Clackamas 
County in 1910 can see, by examining this book, 
exactly what taxes he paid in 1910 and what 
his tax would have been if the proposed Clack- 
amas County Tax andi Exemption law had been 
in force. 

Special attention is called to the certificate 
of Deputy Assessor G. F. Johnson, of Clack- 
amas County. The exemptions of personal 
property and improvement values, including 
the necessary computations, as well as copying 
the official assessment and tax roll of Clack- 
amas County for the year 1910, as printed in 
+his book on pages 1 to 156, were made under 
Mr. Johnson's direction and supervision, to 
prove that it could be done, as he states more 
fully in his certificate. 

In the assessment and tax tables of lands in 
this book, where there were in 1910 no culti- 
vated acres in a tract and no buildings or per- 
sonal property on the tract, a star (*) is 
printed in the column of acres cultivated and 
another star (*) in the column for buildings 
and personal property. In the assessment and 
tax tables of town and city lots a star (*) in 
the column for buildings andi personal property 
shows that there were no buildings or personal 
property on the lot in 1910. 

The figures showing "actual tax paid for 
1910" make no allowance for the 3 per 
cent discount on taxes paid before April 
1, but are the figures of the actual tax 
levied. 

TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS. 

In spite of the great care with which the 
proof of the tables in this pamphlet was 
read, there are some typographical errors. 
For example, on page 1 the actual tax paid 
by John W. Ackerson is printed "1,899." It 
should read $18.99. 

On page 32 the table shows that A. B. 
Hammond had 680 acres of cultivated land 
assessed $5 an acre. It should be 680 acres 
of uncultivated land assessed $5 an acre. 

On page 34 the table shows actual taxes 
paid for 1910 by Ben Hayerly, "3,750." The 
amount was $37.50. 

On page 60 the table shows that Colin 
Mclver would have had an exemption of 
$150 under the proposed county law, and 
no ofssessment. It should show that he 
would have had an assessment of $150 and 
no exemption. 



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On page 68, line 42 from bottom of page, 
the table shows that the Portland Railway, 
Light & Power Company paid a tax of $7.20 
in 1910. The amount should be $720. 

On page 93 the table shows that the aver- 
age 1910 assessment of Archie D. Wills' 30 
acres of cultivated land was $300 an acre. 
The amount should be $364.16 an acre. 

WHEN ALL LAND IS IMPROVED 

In the tables of cultivated and uncultivated 
lands, pages 1 to 96, there are many cases where 
owners of cultivated land had no uncultivated 
land, but figures are given showing the assess- 
ment per acre of "acres uncultivated." In 
such cases the raw-land value of the cultivated 
acres is found by taking the assessed raw-land 
value of adjoining uncultivated land that is 
naturally as good as the cultivated land. 

For example, line 16 on page 1 of the tables 
shows that W. D. Adams had a tract of one 
acre cultivated, assessed $90, and had no un- 
cultivated land in that tract; but the assess- 
ment per acre under the head "acres unculti- 
vated" is given as $15. That is, the raw-land 
value of Mr. Adams' one acre was $15, while 
the clearing value, or "improved value," or 
"labor value IN land" was $75. 

Under the present tax system, Mr. Adams 
was assessed $90 on that one acre of land — $15 
for the raw-land value and $75 for his "labor 
value IN land" — and $300 for his buildings 
and personal property on that acre. But under 
the proposed Clackamas County Tax and Ex- 
emption law he would have had an exemption 
of $75 for the improvement value of his acre 
and $300 for his buildings and personal prop- 
erty; and his total assessment for taxes would 
have been $15. 

For 1910 the taxes on his improved acre 
and his labor products on that acre were $8.19 
under the present tax system; but under the 
proposed county tax and exemption law the 



tax on the $15 of raw-land value of the acre 
would have been 59 cents, and there would 
have been no tax on the products of his labor 
IN the land and ON the land. 

Look through the tables, and you will see 
that home owners in towns would save money 
under the proposed county tax and exemption 
law in proportion as they have buildings and 
personal property on their lots; and that 
farmers would save money in proportion as 
they have improvements IN the land and 
buildings and personal property ON the land. 

This book is printed as an argument in favor 
of the exemption of personal property and im- 
provements from taxation in Oregon. It proves 
that farmers and other home owners will pay 
less taxes under the system of exempting per- 
sonal property and improvements and taxing 
nothing except water powers franchises and 
rights of way and community-made raw-land 
values than they pay under the present tax 
system. 

There is much difference between Henry 
George single tax and the Clackamas County 
single tax or exemption bill to be voted on next 
November. Henry George single tax means 
taking by taxation all of the annual commu- 
nity-made value of land, which is in substance 
the yearly ground rent value of land, not count- 
ing the improvement value of the land. 

The Clackamas County bill proposes to put 
only so much tax on the community-made value 
of land, water powers, and railroad and other 
public service corporation franchises and rights 
of way as will raise the same amount of money 
that is now collected for state, county and local 
purposes, and, in addition, the money now col- 
lected for revenue by licenses and permits to do 
business. 

All labor and industry and all products and 
savings of labor are to be exempt from taxation 
under this bill. The Ballot Title, ballot numbers 
and the bill for the proposed law are as 
follows : 



A Bill for an Act to assess and collect all taxes levied within 
Clackamas County from the land values, water powers, 
natural growths, deposits and other natural resources and 
public service corporation franchises and rights of way, 
exempting all other classes of property, including lands 
used for municipal, educational, literary, scientific, relig- 
ious or charitable purposes, now exempt. 

Ballot Numbers: 



No. 376. 
No. 377. 



Yes. 
No. 



A BILL 



For a Ideal law for the County of Clackamas to exempt 
from taxation all trades, labor, professions, business, occupa- 
tions, personal property and improvements on, in and under 
land, and to require that all taxes levied and collected within 



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said Clackamas County shall be levied on and collected from 
the assessed values of land and other natural resources, sep- 
arate from the improvements thereon, and on and from the 
assessed value of public service corporation franchises and 
rights of way. 

Be it Enacted by the People of the State of Oregon 

IN AND OF THE CoUNTY OF ClACKAMAS : 

Section 1. That all business, labor, trades, occupations, 
'professions, and the right to conduct, work at or practice the 
same; and all forms of personal property; and all improve- 
ments on, in and under all lands, shall be and hereby are 
exempted from taxation for any purpose within Clackamas 
County, and no taw shall be imposed upon any trade, labor, 
business, person, occupation or profession under the pretext 
of a license or the exercise of the police power witMn said 
County; but in its application to licenses and permits this is 
intended only to prevent the raising of revenue from such 
licenses and permits, and to prevent exacting of fees therefor 
greater than the cost of issuing the permit or license, and is 
not intended to impair the police power of the County, City 
or State. 

Section 2. All taxes within Clackamas County shall be 
levied on and collected from the assessed values of all lands, 
water powers, deposits, natural growths and other natural re- 
sources, and on and from the assessed values of public service 
corporation franchises and rights of way. This act does not 
affect corporation license fees and inheritance taxes collected 
directly by the State, nor such lands as are used only for 
municipal, educational, literary, scientific, religious or char- 
itable purposes, already exempt from taxation by law. 



MR. SHIELDS' SILLY BLUNDER taxation and exemptions within the coun- 

This proposed law for Clackamas County, ^V' regardless of constitutional restric. 

also proposed in substantially the same form tions or state statutes, and abolishing poll 

for Coos and Multnomah counties, is authorized or head tax. 
by the County Home Eule Tax amendment to 

Section 1 of Article IX of the Constitution of What Mr. Shields ignorantly or untruthfully 

Oregon. Some men who have no regard for speaks of as the "title" of that amendment on 

the truth assert that the voters were deceived the initiative petition was as follows : 

by a trick into adopting that amendment Article IX of the Constitution of the State 

Mr. Charles H. Shields, who has been hired ,^ u n i, jli,- j? 

by some land speculators to manage the cam- ^f ^J^^Son shall be and hereby is, amended 

paign of the Oregon Anti-Single Tax League, ^y inserting the following section in said 

asserts in a printed statement, either ignor- Article IX, after Section 1 and before Sec- 

antly or with deliberate untruth, that the tion 2, and it shall be designated as Section 

County Home Bule Tax amendment was sub- j.^ ^f Article IX 

mitted in 1910 under the title, "A Bill to Q'f,-^„ -t „ at" „^7; „„ u„„a t^^ .u^ii u 

AboUsh the PoU Tax." There wks no such bill , -^f ^j'«" ^f f ^ ^ L tax shall be 

or title on the ballot in 1910. The ballot title levied or collected in Oregon; no bill regu- 

under which the amendment was submitted lating taxation or exemption throughout 

was prepared by Attorney-General Crawford the state shall become a law until approved 

and was as follows : 6y the people of the state at a regular gen- 

For constitutional amendment providing eral election; none of the restrictions of the 

for the people of each county to regulate Constitution shall apply to measures ap- 



proved by the people declaring what shall 
be subject to taxation or exemption and 
how it shall be taxed or exempted whether 
proposed by the Legislative Assembly or 
by initiative petition; but the people of the 
several counties are hereby empowered and 
authorized to regulate taxation and exemp- 
tions within their several counties, subject 
to any general law which may be hereafter 
enacted. 

As far as we know, no advocate or opponent 
of that proposed amendment ever spoke of it 
or referred to it as "A Bill to Abolish the Poll 
Tax; ' ' If Mr. Shields knew anything of direct 
legislation in Oregon he would know that a 
constitutional amendment is not spoken of as 
"A Bill," and that bills are not submitted by 
short titles. 

TRUTH ABOUT POLL TAX LAW 

Ever since the County Home Rule Tax 
amendment to Section 1 of Article IX of the 
Constitution of Oregon was approved by the 
voters in 1910, the Oregonian has been lying 
about that amendment and the manner in 
which it was proposed. It says now, and has 
been saying for seventeen months, that the 
prolribition against the levying or collecting of 
a poll tax was a trick; that the poll tax law 
had been repealed by the Legislature in 1907 ; 
and that since the session of 1907 no poll tax 
has been collected in Oregon. 

Those three statements are untrue, as is 
shown below. It is strange that the Oregonian 
did not see any "trick" during the campaign 
of 1910. The County Home Rule Tax amend- 
ment contains only 109 words, and the Orego- 
nian had four months to examine those 109 
Words, find any "trick" and see what the 
amendment meant. A road poU tax of $3 was 
collected in most of the counties in Oregon in 
1910, three years after the Legislature of 1907 
repealed the $1 State poll tax law. 

The following signed statement shows that 
the Legislature repealed the State poll tax law 
in 1907, but did not repeal the road poll tax 
law: 

WHAT THE LAW WAS IN 1910 

"No poll or head tax shall be levied or col- 
lected in Oregon." 

That is the first sentence of the County Home 
Rule Tax amendment adopted by the people 
of Oregon at the November, 1910, election. The 
Daily Oregonian has published many times in 
its editorial columns the statement that the poll 
tax provision of the amendtment was a fraudu- 
lent trick to catch votes ; it has asserted many 
times that there was no poll tax in Oregon in 
1910. The following explanation will show that 
such statements are not true. 



It is true that the State Tax Commissi'on, in 
its 1911 report, lent color to the Oregonian 's 
misstatement by saying that the poll tax pro- 
vision of the County Home Rule Tax amend- 
ment "is of little practical importance since the 
general poll tax was repealed by statute in 
1907." But the State Tax Commission either 
neglected to look up the law, and thus made 
a statement that is deceptive, or it is standing 
on the false distinction that a poll tax levied 
for road purposes is not a poll tax. 

Judge Charles H. Carey, one of the most 
prominent lawyers in Oregon, made an anti- 
single tax speech before the Portland Realty 
Board in February, 1912, in which he repeated 
and indorsed the Oregonian 's misstatement that 
there was no poll tax in Oregon in 1910. 

Judge Carey is too careful a lawyer to have 
made the error if he had examined the law for 
himself, and we assume he also distinguishes 
the tax by its purpose and not by what is the 
subject of taxation. A tax levied directly on 
the person and not against any form of prop- 
erty is, of course, a poll tax, regardless of how 
the money is applied. 

It is true that the law requiring "a general 
poll tax of $1" was repealed in 1907, but that 
was not the only nor the principal- poll tax law 
in Oregon at that time. The Legislature of 
1903 enacted a law containing the following 
section 39, on page 275 of the laws of 1903 : 

"Section 39. Every male inhabitant of this 
state over 21 years andl under 50 years of age, 
unless by law exempt, shall pay annually a road 
poll tax of $3, which shall be collected' in cash 
by the road supervisor of the district in which 
any person Uable therefor resides, and which 
must be collected by the road supervisor on or 
before the first day of December of tiie year 
for which such poll tax is due. Such poU tax 
must be paid on demand to the road supervisor, 
as hereinafter provided." 

Not only does the law call this a poll tax in 
its own terms, but it is clearly a poll tax by 
any and every definition known to the law. 

Sections 39 to 43 of this law provide for en- 
forcing the collection of the poll tax. This 
law was included in "Lord's Oregon Laws" as 
sections 6326 to 6331. All this was the law of 
Oregon until it was repealed by the people 
when they adtopted the County Home Rule Tax 
amendment in November, 1910, and the road 
poll tax of $3 was generally collected in Ore- 
gon in 1910. It was not repealed, either di- 
rectly or indirectly, until the November elee- 
tion in 1910. ^ ^ g ^^^j,^ 

B. S. J. M'ALLISTBR, 
W. S. U'REN. 



Records show that poll taxes were collected 
in Clackamas County in 1910. In 1911 letters 
were sent to all the county clerks in Oregon 
asking if any kind of poll, head or per capita 



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tax was collected in these counties in 1910. 
Prom all over the State, except Multnomah 
County, came replies like this one, from the 
County Clerk of Linn: 

"Every road district in Linn County col- 
lected a $3 road poll tax for the past several 
years up to and including 1910." 

WHO OPPOSE THIS BILL? 

The plan of exempting personal property and 
improvements and raising all public revenue 
by taxing unimproved, or raw-land, or com- 
munity-madte value of land is opposed by two 
classes : 

1. Men who understand the bill and axe 
making' a profit out of the present system of 
taxation. These are the land and lot specula- 
tors and the attorneys and stockholders of rail- 
roads and other public service corporations. 
Prominent among the opponents are H. L. Pit- 
tock, chief owner of the Portland Daily Orego- 
nian, and a large speculator in lots and lands ; 
the Miller & Lux corporations; the Weyer- 
haeuser Land Company ; Southern Pacific Com- 
pany; Portland Railway, Light & Power Com- 
pany, representing also the "Water Power Trust ; 
Charles B. Cary, attorney for the Hill interests 
in Oregon ; Harvey Gordon Starkweather, prom- 
inent granger and ground rent collector in 
Portland ; and also most of the banks and bank- 
ers, who are now practically exempt by law 
from any tax on their money, notes and ac- 
counts. 

Harvey Gordon Starkweather, for example, 
is interested through his wife in lot 4 of block 
212, at the northwest corner of Seventh and 
Morrison streets, Portland. The three owners 
of the lot are John E. and Charles W. Risley 
and Alice M. Starkweather. The lot contains 
5000 square feet, or less than one-eighth of an 
acre. The 1910 assessments were : 

Land $150,000 

Improvements 5,100 

Total $155,100 

That is equal to $5.10 worth of improvements 
on $150 worth of farm land. The lot was leased 
December 31, 1910, to the Morrison Trust Com- 
pany for 50 years from January 2, 1911, on the 
following terms : 

The lessee must pay all taxes and assessments 



of every nature, and must erect a five-story 
building on a foundation sufficient for ten sto- 
ries. In addition to paying all taxes and assess- 
ments Q»i the lot and the building to be erected, 
the lessee must pay ground rent on these terms : 

Equal Per 
A Month Annum to 

First 10 years $1,125 $13,500 

Second 10 years 1,375 16,500 

Third 10 years 1,625 19,500 

Fourth 10 years 1,875 22,500 

Fifth 10 years 2,000 24,000 

Average ground rent a year $19,200 

Total ground rent, 50 years $960,000 

Average ground rent every working day.... $64 

Measure off in your yard or garden 50 by 100 
feet. That is the size of that Portland lot, now 
rented for $1,125 a month for the bare land. 
There is no unimproved farm land in Clackamas 
County for which the owner can get $1,125 a 
month in rent for 1,000 acres. But that Port- 
land lot is less than one-eighth of an acre. No 
Clackamas County farmer, with 500 acres of 
improved land, can get $1,125 a month in rent, 
which is $27 an acre a year. Don't you see why 
Harvey Gordon Starkweather is opposed to 
what he calls the Clackamas County single tax 
bill? 

There is a pocketbook reason why lot and 
land speculators oppose the bill. For that same 
pocketbook reason the attorneys and stockhold- 
ers of railroads, electric light and power .(iDm- 
panies, express companies and other public 
service corporations oppose the bill. Corpora- 
tion attorneys are hired at big salaries to op- 
pose anything their employers don't want, and 
the private owners of the public service cor- 
porations don't want any kind of single tax be- 
cause it will force them to pay more tax than 
they are now paying. 

Regular corporation attorneys and lawyers 
hired by corporations to oppose the Clackamas 
County Tax Exemption Bill are telling the 
farmers that under this bill the railroads and 
other public service corporation will be exempt 
from taxes, or that the corporation taxes will 
be less than under the present system of taxa- 
tion. This table shows how the corporations 
were taxed in Clackamas County on their op- 
erating property in 1910, and how they would 
have been taxed under the proposed bill : 



Genjeral 
Property 

Name of Corporation — Tax, 1910. 

Western Union Telegraph Co $ 230.69 

Portland Ry. Light & Power Co 42,521.92 

Ore. & Cal. Ry. (Southern Pacific) . . 22,809.08 

Wells-Fargo & Co., express 233.28 

Postal Telegraph Co 55.94 

Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 1,322.48 

N. W. Long Dist. Telephone Co 278.70 

Pullman Company 186.07 

Oregon Electric Railway Co 2,559.21 

Totals, each tax system $70,197.37 

1910 Single tax would have beem 

1910 General property tax paid was 

Increase for corporations under single tax . . . 
vU 



1910 Single 

Tax Would 

Have Been 

$ 293.55 

56,570.36 

35,327.19 

249.84 

278.77 

1,890.19 

3,675.90 

467.03 

2,615.05 

$101,367.88 
.$101,367.88 
. 70,197.37 

. $31,170,51 



2. The Clackamas County Tax Exemption 
Bill is opposed by some real farmers who do 
not understand the bill, and don't unc^erstand 
that under this bill their taxes would be lower, 
and the taxes of corporations and land specu- 
lators would be higher. There is no reason why 
any farmer, home-owner, or business man 
should oppose this bill, unless his chief business 
is land speculation. 



WHO SHOULD FAVOR THE BILL? 

Farmers, merchants, home-owners, business 
men generally, tenants, laborers, all producers 
of wealth, and all who believe that every one 



ought to earn his own living, should be in favor 
of this bill. The people create every year a 
common fund that is more than enough to pay 
all the expenses of government. We say that 
every man should pay his own expenses out of 
his earnings. Then why should not the people 
pay their common public expenses out of the 
common fund they create and therefore earn? 
Most men have to earn their own living, and 
there are poeketbook reasons why every man 
who earns his own living should favor the 
Clackamas County tax exemption or single tax 
bill. First, let us see what property, and how 
much, would have been exempt in Clackamas 
County in 1910 under this bill : 



Farm buildings and other improvements ON land $1,944,795 

Farm clearings and improvements IN the land 3,497,340 

Personal property of non-land owners 823,975 

Other personal property, chiefly in cities and towns 1,132,265 

Railroad and other corporation property assessed by State Tax Commission. . *175,286 
Improvements on town and city lots 979,570 

Total exemptions $8,553,281 

*$175,286.77 is the difference between the State Tax Commission's assessment of 
the operating property of railroad and other public service corporations in 1910 and 
the single tax assessments of franchises and rights of way of railroads and other public 
service corporations in 1910. 

Now see what property and how much would 
have been assessed for taxes in Clackamas 
County in 1910 under this bill : 

Community-made or raw land value of cultivated farm land $ 2,279,385 

Community-made or raw land value of unimproved and wild land 7,858,735 

Community-made or raw land value of town and city lots 2,564,335 

Corporation franchises and rights of way 2,978,330 

Total single tax assessments $15,680,785 



The total general property assessment in 
Clackamas County for 1910 was $24,234,017. 
Of that amount, $8,553,232.77 was assessed on 
labor and industry and the products and sav- 
ings of labor and industry on farms and in the 
cities and towns. That would have been the 
total amount of "single tax exemptions" in 
the county under the proposed Clackamas 
County bill. The "single tax assessment" un- 
der the bill would have been $15,680,785, in- 
cluding the single tax assessment on railroads 
and other franchise corporations. 

CORPORATION ASSESSMENTS 

The single tax assessments of railroads, elec- 
tric lines, express, telegraph and telephone 
companies and the electric light and power 
company were made with great care by Mr. 
Edward P. E. Troy, of San Francisco, who 
spent two months in Oregon doing that work. 
His assessments of franchises and rights of 
way are based on the sworn reports of the com- 
panies filed with the State Board of Tax Com- 
missioners, and with the State Eailroad Com- 
mission, and on such other information as could 
be obtained. 

Mr. Troy made no assessment of the twelve 



little country telephone lines because they are 
used for convenience rather than for profit, and 
had in 1910 no franchise value worth consider- 
ing. These were assessed in 1910 by the State 
Tax Commission at a total of $12,166. He made 
no single tax assessment of the Home Telephone 
Company of Oregon City, which showed a defi- 
cit in 1910 because the Northwestern Long Dis- 
tance Telephone Company, which is the toll line 
of the Home Company, absorbed all the earn- 
ings of the latter company. The Beaverton and 
Willsburg Railroad was under construction in 
1910, and Mr. Troy made no assessment of it. 
Even with those omissions, Mr. Troy's single 
tax assessments of the franchise values of two 
telephone companies compares as follows with 
the State Tax Commission's assessments of six- 
teen companies: 

Assmt. Troy's 
by Single 

State Tax Tax 
Name of Company — Com. Assmt. 

Twelve country telephone lines. . $12,166 

Home Telephone Co., Oregon City 12,000 

Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co. 48,196 $35,899 
N. W. Long Dist. Telephone Co . . 13,560 109,365 
Beaverton & Willsburg R. R. Co . . . 37,104 

Totals, each assessment $123,028 $145^264 

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Mr. Troy made no single tax assessment of 
the refrigerator car companies, assessed by the 
State Tax Commission in Clackamas County at 
$1,142, nor of the oil and tank line companies, 
assessed by the State Tax Commission at $286 
in Clackamas County, because the reports of 
these companies do not give any basis on which 
a franchise assessment can be made. The fault 
seems to lie with the State Tax Commission, 
which permits corporations to file incomplete 
reports. 

In assessing the franchises and rights of way 
of the railroads and other franchise corpora- 
tions, Mr. Troy followed as closely as possible 
the methods of the State Tax Commissioner, 
though in some respects those methods are not 
fair to the other tax payers. In some cases he 
did not follow the assessment method of the 
State Tax Commission because the method used 
by the Commission is wrong in principle. 

FAULTY METHODS OF STATE TAX 
COMMISSION. 

For example, in assessing some corporations 
for 1910, the State Tax Commission took the 
average of the net earnings of those corpora- 
tions for the five-year period 1905-1909, and 
used that average for making the 1910 assess- 
ment. That method was used by the State Tax 
Commission in making the assessment of Wells- 
Fargo & Co.'s express in Oregon. In a letter 
dated July 27, 1911, Commissioner Charles V. 
Galloway explains how the Commission assessed 
that company in 1910. He said: 

"The average net earnings of Wells, Far- 
go ^ Company for the five-year period 
(1905 to 1909 inclusive) were $3,024,168.29; 
deducting annual taxes paid, $132,820.04, 
leaves $2,891,348.25. For current deprecia- 
tion of buildings, fixtures and equipment 
$432,167.39 was allowed, leaving $2,459,- 
180.86 as the amount to be capitalized. 

"As an offset to the contention of the com- 
pany, in support of which it submitted tes- 
timony to the Board of Equalization, that 
the mileage rule of apportionment was un- 
fair in Oregon on account of the earning 
power of an average mile of the company's 
express lines in the State being less than the 
earning power of such lines without the 
State, 8 per cent instead of 6 per cent was 
used as the basis of capitalization. 

"On this basis the value of the property of 
Wells, Fargo ^ Company used in the op- 
eration of its express business, for the en- 
tire system, was computed to be $30,739,- 
760.75. Oregon's share of this amount, de- 
termined by the mileage of the company's 



lines in Oregon to the mileage of its entire 
express system, was found to be $460,- 
404.70" 

If the average net earnings of Wells-Fargo 
& Co., as found by the State Tax Commission, 
were $3,024,168.29 for the five years 1905-1909, 
then the total net earnings found by the State 
Tax Commission for those five years must have 
been $15,120,841. But the Oregon State Eail- 
road Commission says in regard to Wells-Fargo 
& Co., in its 1910 report, dated December 15, 
1910 : 

"The regular semi-annual dividend of 5 
per cent, was declared upon the old capital- 
ization of $8,000,000 from the earnings of 
1909, and a special dividend of 300 per cent 
was declared by the directors on December 
23, 1909, from the accumulated profits and 
investments of the company, from the time 
of its organization to that date." 

So we find some difference between the State 
Tax Commission's estimate of the average net 
earnings for five years and the actual dividends 
declared by the company in 1909. The figures 
are as follows : 

5 per cent dividend (semi-annual), 1909 $ 400,000 

300 per cent dividend in 1909 24,000,000 

Dividends declared in 1909 $24,400,000 

State Tax Com. found dividends 1905-1909. $15,120,841 
1909 excess over State Corn's. 5-year figure $9,279,158 

That is, the actual dividends declared by 
Wells-Fargo & Co. in the one year 1909, were 
$9,279,158 more than the State Tax Commission 
found for the five years from 1905 to 1909, in- 
clusive. It would seem that this express com- 
pany has not paid any 1910 taxes on that $24,- 
000,000 dividend of 1909 and that the State 
Tax Commission did not consider that big divi- 
dend in calculating the company's average net 
earnings. 

The method of assessing corporations on 
averages of five-year periods is unfair to other 
taxpayers and to the people generally. Sup- 
pose county assessors should use that method 
in assessing property. Suppose the Multnomah 
County assessor had assessed H. L. Pittoek's 
Block 215 in Portland, with the personal prop- 
erty and improvements, for 1910 by that 
method. The 1910 assessment was $506,750. By 
using the method of the State Tax Commission 
the assessment would have been calculated in 
this way: 

1905 value $227,950 

1906 value 333,250 

1907 value 399,000 

1908 value 399,000 

1909 value 399,250 

Average, 5 years $351,690 

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The five-year average, 1905-1909, was $155,- 
060 less than the 1910 assessment. But that is 
the way the State Tax Commission assesses 
some of the big corporations. If the Multno- 
mah County assessor had used that method in 
assessing H. L. Pittock's Block 215, the taxes 
for 1910 would have been only $7,737 instead 
of $11,148. 

If that method is good and fair for corpora- 
tions, why not assess farmers in the same way ? 
Suppose the Clackamas County assessor had 
found a farm worth $5,060 in 1910, but took 
the five-year average for 1905 to 1909, as 
follows : 

1905 value $2,250 

1906 value 3,330 

1907 valtie 3,990 

1908 value 3,990 

1909 value 3,995 

Average, 5 years $3,515 

At the 15-mill general fund rate the farmer 
would pay only $52.75 on that five-year aver- 
age, while on the real 1910 value of $5,060 the 
tax would have been $75.90, or $22.15 more 
than on the assessment made by the method of 
the State Tax Commission for assessing great 
corporations. That is the method used by the 
State Tax Commission in assessing the Wells 
Fargo & Company, the Portland Railway, Light 
& Power Company and other big corporations. 

That method is unfair to the farmers andi 
home owners in the counties where big corpora- 
tions operate, and is unfair to the counties 
where there are no big corprations because it 
increases the amount of State tax to be paid 
by those counties. 

CLACKAMAS COUNTY WATER POWERS 
ARE VALUABLE 

The value of the water powers claimed, used 
and sold at Oregon City and Cazadero is not 
included in this single tax assessment because 
that water power was not assessed or taxed in 
1910. It seems that the State Board of Tax 
Commissioners could not find any law under 
which thetwater power could be assessed or 
taxed. But the value of the water power was 
carefully calculated by Mr. Troy. His calcula- 
tions were based on the sworn reports of the 
Portland Railway, Light & Power Company to 
the State Tax Commission and to the State 
Railroad Commissioii, on official data of the 
United States Government, and on reliable fig- 
ures showing the power capacity of water 
wheels used by the company. 

Mr. Troy found that the capital value of the 
water power claimed, used and sold in 1910 at 
Oregon City and Cazadero by the Portland 
Railway, Light & Power Company, and claimed 
and used by the Oregon City Manufacturing 
Company (woolen mill) and the Hawley Pulp 
& Paper Company at Oregon City, in 1910, was 
$8,076,707. That amount does not include the 



excess water power at Oregon City, which is 
claimed by the Portland Railway, Light & 
Power Company, and had a capital value of 
$3,333,333 in 1910. 

If it is true that there is no law in Oregon 
for assessing and taxing the enormously valu- 
able water powers claimed, used and sold at 
Oregon City and Cazadero by private corpora- 
tions, it seems strange that the State Board of 
Tax Commissioners did not mention that fact 
in its 1911 report to the State Legislature. The 
Commission did advise the Legislature to sub- 
mit to popular vote in 1912 a repeal of the 
County Option or County Home Rule Tax 
Amendment, vrhich was adopted by the voters 
at the election of 1910; but it forgot, or pur- 
posely neglected to mention the need of a law 
for assessing and taxing water powers. 

FORGOT THE GREAT WATER POWERS 

In its report of 1911 the Commission argued 
learnedly against single tax, but made no argu- 
ment and not even a suggestion for a law to 
assess the more than $8,076,707 worth of water 
powers claimed and controlled by private cor- 
porations in Clackamas County alone. The 
Commission misstated the facts in regard to 
the poll tax and the poll tax law in Oregon, but 
stated no facts in regard to the need of a law 
for assessing water powers, and did not call 
attention to the injustice of exempting those 
water powers from taxation. 

If there is no lav? for assessing water powers 
in Oregon, why did not the State Board of Tax 
Commissioners ask the Legislature to enact a 
law, or suggest that the Legislature submit 
such a law to the people? If there is such a 
law, why didn't the Commission assess those 
water powers in Clackamas County? 

If there is no law for assessing water powers, 
what legal authority did the Commission have 
for assessing the Oregon City plant "and water 
power" of the Portland^ Railway,' Light & 
Power Co. at $986,000 in 1911? If the Commis- 
sion had the legal right to assess that water 
power of 1911, it had the same right in 1910, 
for the Legislature of 1911 made no change in 
the law. 

There is no evidence in the 1911 report of 
the State Board of Tax Commissioners that it 
even considered the $107,079 reported to the 
Commission by the Portland Railway, Light & 
Power Company as water power rent from the 
paper mills at Oregon City for water power for 
1909. 

In 1910 the State Board of Tax Commission- 
ers instructed the assessor of Clackamas County 
not to assess the water powers. Then, in 19li, 
the Commission assessed the Portland Railway, 
Light & Power Co.'s plant and water power at 
Oregon City at $986,000, when the company's 
water power at Oregon City was worth more 
than four times that amount. In the 1911 re- 



port of the State Tax Commission no mention $8,076,707 in 1910, without counting the $3,- 
is made of "water power" assessments except 333,333 value of the excess water power at Gre- 
at Oregon City. The "Cazadero plant" is as- gon City, which is claimed but not used or sold 
sessed, but nothing is said of "water power." by the Portland Railway, Light & Power Corn- 
Other power plants in the State are assessed, pany. The value of the water power is a cora- 
but nothing is said of "water power." Is it munity-made value. But it has been exempt 
a square deal to the people of Oregon to make from tax, and was practically exempt in 1910 
an assessment of $986,000 for "plant and water and 1911, either because the law is not clear 
power" at Oregon City when the water power or because the water power owners have been 
owned by the company at Oregon City was favoired by Charles V. Galloway, State Tax 
worth $4,316,450, and then overlook all the Commissioner, 
other water power owned in Oregon? Corporation lawyers and newspapers, and 

This is an important matter for the taxpay- land and lot speculators, and State Tax Com- 
ers of Clackamas County and of the whole missioner Charles V. Galloway, are making 
State of Oregon. "Water power experts esti- much noise telling the farmers and home-owners 
mate that the water powers of Oregon amount that single tax will put greater burdens upon 
to 3,352,610 horsepower, with a capital value, them; but they don't mention the millions of 
at $18 per horsepower, of not less than $60,- dollars of water power, held by private corpora- 
346,980. It is reported that the water power tions, that are now exempt from tax. 
department of the Portland Railway, Light & 

Power Company is selling water power at Caza- WATER POWER VALUES AND OTHER 

dero to its railway and light departments at PROPERTY 
$75 per horsepower a year, or four times as 

much as the horsepower value used by Mr, It may interest Clackamas County tax pay- 
Troy as the basis of his calculations for the ers and other Oregon tax payers to compare 
capital value of the water power. If the report the 1910 value of the water powers at Oregon 
is true, that high price is charged by the water City and Cazadero with the assessed value of 
power department of the company against the gome other classes of property that were as- 
railway and light departments in order to show sessed and taxed in Qackamas County in 1910. 
a high aost of operation, and thus have an ex- The following comparisons do not include the 
cuse to keep rates up. Juggling of accounts value of the excess water power at Oregon City, 
by franchise corporations is an old method of which is claimed by the Portland Railway, 
showing high cost of operation. Light & Power Company, and do not include the 

In Clackamas County alone the capital value of the dams and other improvements for 

value of the water power used and sold was developing the water power : 

Value water power at Oregon City and Cazadero. $8,076,707 
Assessed value 95,595 acres cultivated farm lands . 5,782,950 

Value of water power greater by $2,293,757 

Cash value water power, Oregon City-Cazadero . 8,076,707 
Assessed value town and city lots, Clackamas Co. 2,564,335 

Value of water power greater by $5,512,372 

Cash value water power, Oregon City-Cazadero. 8,076,707 
Assessed value improvements, town and city lots 979,570 

Value of water power greater by $7,097,137 

Cash value water power, Oregon City-Cazadero. 8,076,707 
Assessed value farm buildings, farm implements, 
horses, mules, cattle, sheep, goats and swine.. 2,354,415 

Value of water power greater by $5,722,292 

Cash value water power, Oregon City-Cazadero. 8,076,707 
Tax Commission's assmt. corporations in county 3,179,211 

Value of water power greater by $4,897,496 

Cash value water power, Oregon City-Cazadero. 8,076,707 

Clackamas farmers were assessed $36.65 an acre 
on their clearings jmd other labor values IN 
land, or a total of 3,503,565 

Value of water power greater by $4,573,142 

1910 assessments on products and savings of 
labor in Clackamas .$8,553,232 

Cash value water power, Oregon City-Cazadero. 8,076,707 
Difference $ 476,525 



Water power is paying more than 6 per cent 
on the community-made value, but Oregon 
farms won't rent for more than 6 per cent of 
the assessed value of all their values, including 
personal property, buildings, community-made 
value and "labor value IN cleared land." 

Opponents of the proposed county tax and 
exemption law are trying to deceive the farm- 
ers and other voters by saying that the law 
would exempt the big mills at Oregon City 
from all taxes. They forget the water power. 
The proposed law would exempt the buildings 
and machinery of the mills, but it would tax 
$300,000 worth of water power owned by the 
Hawley Pulp & Paper Co., which is not taxed 
now ; it would tax $150,000 worth of water pow- 
er of the Oregon City Manufacturing Co., which 
is not taxed now; and it would tax the $7,626,- 
707 worth of water power owned at Oregon 
City and Cazadero by the Portland Eailway, 
Light & Power Co., which is not taxed now. 

The $8,076,707 cash value of the water power 
used and sold in Clackamas County in 1910 was 
a value created by the people. It was a com- 
munity-made value, and it was not taxed. But 
the farmers of Clackamas County were taxed 
on the $2,279,385 of community value in their 
cultivated acres, in addition to being taxed on 
the labor values they had put ON their lands 
and IN their lands. 

The State Tax Commission overlooked the 
$8,076,707 of water power values in Clackamas 
County, but said in its report of 1911 that the 
County Option Tax Amendment adopted by the 
people should be repealed because it "appears 
contrary to the general course of rational tax 
reform." The Tax Commission did not ask 
the Legislature to enact a law for assessing wa- 
ter powers, so it must believe that the exemp- 
tion of $8,076,707 of water power is necessary 
for "rational tax reform." 

The State Tax Commission spent some time 
and some of the people's money calculating that 
the farmers' twelve little telephone lines in 
Clackamas County should be assessed $12,166 
in 1910, but it did not see the $8,076,707 of wa- 
ter power that were exempt from tax. 

The State Tax Commission figured with great 
care that one refrigerator ear company should 
be assessed $26 in Clackamas County and $7 in 
Multnomah County, but it was blind to the 
$8,076,707 of water power that was free from 



tax. And yet the Tax Commission gives ad- 
vice to the people and to the Legislature about 
"rational tax reform!" 

WHAT IT MEANS TO FARMERS 

If the $8,076,707 of water power value in 
Clackamas County had been assessed in 1910, 
the general fund tax levy in the county would 
have been about 11% mills instead of 15 mills, 
and the single tax rate would have been about 
15% instead of 23.18. The Oregon City rate 
would have been reduced in even greater pro- 
portion. 

The 5,407 owners of farms in Clackamas 
County paid $160,202.10 to the general fund in 
1910. That was $44.06 in every $100 collected 
for the general fund, and was an average of 
$29.64 for each of those farmers. If the water 
power had been properly assessed, and taxed 
like other property, those farmers would have 
paid $119,183.62 to the general fund, or $41,- 
028.48 less than they actually paid. 

If the water power had been properly as- 
sessed and taxed, those farmers would have 
paid only $32.78 in every $100 collected for 
the general fund, instead of $44.06; and in- 
stead of paying an average of $29.64 apiece to 
the general fund, they would have paid an 
average of only $22.04 apiece. 

That is, each of those farmers paid, on an 
average, $7.60 to the general fund that he 
would not have paid if the water power had 
been assessed and taxed. That benefits the 
Water Power Trust, but how does it benefit 
the farmers. The Legislature and the State 
Tax Commission agree with the Water Power 
Trust that the Clackamas County farmers 
should continue to pay a subsidy of $7.60 
apiece to the Water Power Trust. 

Under the proposed Clackamas County Tax 
and Exemption law, with the water power 
taxed properly, those 5,407 farmers would 
have paid only $85,513.50 to the general fund. 
That is, the farmers would have paid only 
$23.52 in every $100 collected for the general 
fund, and each farmer would have paid an 
average of $15.82. Now see how the farmers 
are taxed for the general fund with water 
power not taxed and how they would be taxed 
for the general fjind with the water power 
taxed : 



Farmers' General Fund Tax 

Present tax system, water power not taxed $160,202.10 

Present tax system, if water power was taxed. . 119,183.62 
Proposed County law, water power to be taxed. 85,513.50 

Farmers' Tax in Every $100 of General Fund 

Present tax system, water power not taxed $44.06 

Present tax system, if water power was taxed 32.78 

Proposed County law, water power to be taxed 23.52 

Average Tax of Each Farmer for General Fund 

Present tax system, water power not taxed $29.64 

Present tax system, if water power was taxed 22.04 

Proposed County law, water power to be taxed 15.82 

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Don't you understand now why the State 
Tax Commission and the Legislature and the 
Water Power Trust are so much opposed to 
the Clackamas County Tax and Exemption 
bill? Don't you see why they ask you to give 
up the power to control your own tax laws, 
and why they want you to repeal the County 
Home Rule Tax amendment? 

As long as the present tax system holds in 
Oregon you will pay a subsidy to the Water 
Power Trust every time you pay your taxes. 
That's the reason the Legislature and the 
State Tax Commission have prepared and sub- 
mitted a lot of tax amendments and tax bills 
for you to vote on next November. Every one 
of those amendments and bills is a trap to 
catch you — for the benefit of the Water Power 
Trust, the big land speculators and the rail- 
roads and other public service corporations. 

If you doubt this statement, read in the 
"Pamphlet of Measures," sent out by the Sec- 
retary of State, the arguments in favor of the 
tax amendments and bills offered by the Legis- 
lature and the State Tax Commission. Read 
the arguments carefully. They were prepared 
by the State Tax Commission and a commit- 
tee of the Legislature. See if you can find in 
those affirmative arguments a word or even a 
hint about assessing and taxing water power 
and franchises. 

WHO HIRED CHARLES H. SHIELDS? 

When one looks at the present assessments 
of railroads and other franchise corporations, 
and of lot and land speculators, it is easy to see 
who contribute the money for opposing the 
Clackamas County Tax Exemption or Single 
Tax Bill. 

Some of the opponents of this and other 
county exemption and tax bills have hired 
Charles H; Shields, of Seattle, to come to Ore- 
gon to manage the campaign against these bills 
and against the Gradtuated Single Tax and Ex- 
emption Amendment. Mr. Shields is a grain 
buyer. Grain buyers have the same interest in 
farmers that farmers have in sheep. Farmers 
shear sheep, and grain buyers shear farmers. 
Mr. Shield's firm does its banking business 
with Dexter Horton & Co., of Seattle, which 
is a Ladd bank. 

Mr. Shields, of Seattle, State of Washington, 
is Secretary of the Oregon Anti-Single Tax 
League. Who brought Mr. Shields to Oregon 
to work for the big landi speculators and the 
railroads and other franchise corporations and 
the water power trust? How much does he 
get? Who pays his salary? WTio_ pays the 
campaign expenses of the Anti-Single Tax 
League ? 

H. L. Pittock, hig land speculator and_ chief 
owner of the Oregonian, and others criticise 
Joseph Pels because he pays the expenses of 
W. S. U'Ren, who is working for taxation of 
community-made values of land, water power 



and corporation franchises and rights of way, 
andi for People's Power League measures. Mr. 
U'Ren makes no secret of the matter. But Mr. 
Shields won't tell who pays him or how much 
he gets. ' ' 

There is much complaint from H. L. Pittock 
and others because the Joseph Pels Fund Com- 
mission employs W. G. Bggleston to work in 
Oregon, and because it is spending some money 
for writiiig, printing and postage to exempt 
personal property and improvements from taxes 
in Oregon. There is no secret about it. But 
who hired Mr. Shields? Who are putting up 
the money for Mr. Shields' campaign to keep 
taxes on personal property, on buildings, live 
stock, farm implements and the cost of clear- 
ing farm land? 

Do the men who hire Mr. Shields really be- 
lieve that the home owner will be ruined if 
his home is exempt from tax? Do they really 
believe the farmer will be ruined if his farm 
business is exempt from tax? Or are they hir- 
ing Mr. Shields and spending money in this 
campaign because they know they will have to 
pay more tax on their valuable lots and lands, 
and on their water power and franchises and 
rights of way, and think Mr. Shields can fool 
the voters? 

The more taxes the farmers and other home 
owners pay on their improvements and personal 
property, the less taxes are paid by the fran- 
chise corporations and big land speculators. 

In our Multnomah County Tax Polder, is- 
sued to explain the Graduated Tax and Exemp- 
tion amendment, the speculative interests of 
some of the banks and other prominent oppo- 
nents of the single or land-value tax are shown. 
They oppose the land-value tax for the same 
pocketbook reason that the railroads and other 
big franchise corporations oppose it. 

These corporations oppose the county tax ex- 
emption bill because they will have to pay more 
tax than they now pay. 

LEGISLATURE JUGGLES TAX LAWS 

Under the law of Oregon, franchises are not 
assessed, but the State Tax Commission is per- 
mitted to take franchises into consideration in 
assessing the other property of the corpora- 
tions. The Legislature of 1909 practically ex- 
empted franchises from taxation, but rlid not 
tell the people what it was doing. Legislatures 
have a habit of loading the tax laws against 
the people and in favor of the big corporations. 

Section 3622 of Lord's Oregon Laws, provid- 
ing for the assessment of corporations by the 
State Tax Commission, says that franchises are 
not to be assessed directly, but are to be taken 
into consideration in assessing the value of 
other corporation property. Such a provision 
is mere nonsense. How can the value of loco- 
motives, machine shops, round houses and other 
corporation property be determined by "con- 
sidering" the value of franchises? That pro- 



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vision amounts practically to the exemption of 
the most valuable property of the railroads and 
other francMse corporations. 

That provision in the law is as silly as would 
be a provision saying that farm land must not 
be assessed directly, but may be taken into con- 
sideration in assessing the value of cows, horses, 
farm implements and buildings. 

In 1906 the people enacted a gross earnings 
tax law on sleeping car, refrigerator ear and 
oil car companies by a vote of 69,635 to 6,441 ; 
and the Legislature secretly or ignorantly re- 
pealed that law under the advice and leadlership 
of Ex-United States Senator P. W. Mulkey. 

In 1906 the people enacted a gross earnings 
tax on express, telegraph and telephone com- 
panies by a vote of 70,872 to 6,360; and the 
Legislature secretly or ignorantly repealed that 
law under the advice anJdl leadership of Ex- 
Senator Mulkey, who claimed the responsibility 
for that repeal before the Oregon State Grange 
in 1910. Mr. Mulkey is now opposing the ex- 
emption of personal property and improve- 
ments and the taxing of community-made val- 
ues of land — and the assessment roll of Mult- 
nomah County shows that in 1910 he owned 
land assessed at $229,900, on which he would 
have paid about $3,000 more tax under the pro- 
posed land-value tax system, and under the 
proposed Graduated Specific Tax and Exemp- 
tion amendment he would pay a graduated tax 
of $5,047, in addition to regular general and 
special tax levies. 

After advising the Legislature to repeal the 
gross earnings tax laws demanded by the farm- 
ers and enactedi by the people, Mr. Mulkey is 
now very busy advising the farmers how to 
vote. 

DON'T VOTE AWAY YOUR POWER 

Under the County Home Rule Tax Amend- 
ment of 1910 the people took away from the 
Legislature the power to change tax laws with- 
out the consent of the people at the ballot box. 
Now the State Tax Commission and the Legis- 
lature want the people to give that power back 
to the Legislature. 

Why is the State Tax Commission so much 
interested in taking the taxing power out of 
the hands of the people and giving it back to 
the Legislature? What particular interest has 
the Legislature in asking the people to give 
all of their taxing power to the Legislature? 



The State Tax Commission does not pay taxes. 
The Legislature does not pay the taxes. The 
people pay the taxes. Then why are the State 
Tax Commission and the Legislature so anxious 
to get the taxing power out of the hands of 
the people? 

In the effort to get the taxing power out of 
the hands of the people and back into the handte 
of the Legislature, the State Tax Commission 
and the Legislature have the active co-opera- 
tion of the Oregonian, which is owned chiefly 
by H. L. Pittoek, a banker, a railroad officer 
and a big land speculator ; by Charles H. Carey, 
landi speculator and attorney for the Hill rail- 
roads ; by the Portland Railway, Light & Power 
Company, which has franchises and rights of 
way worth more than $30,000,000 and water 
powers worth more than $8,000,000; and by 
the big Portland banks, which are practically 
exempt by law from taxes on their money, notes 
and accounts. 

The land speculators, big banks and railroad 
and other franchise corporations dion't want 
the people to have any power to regulate tax 
laws. Why? 

Because they know the Legislature vyill reg- 
ulate tax lawis for the benefit of the corpora- 
tions, bajiks and big speculators, but that the 
people vrill regulate tax laws for the benefit of 
the people. 

But why is the State Tax Commission, which 
is supposed to be a servant of the people, work- 
ing against the people and for the interests of 
the big land speculators, the big Portland banks 
and the railroads and other franchise corpora- 
tions? 

Under the County Home Rule Tax amend- 
ment adopted in 1910 the people of Oregon 
now control tax laws. The corporations, the 
big speculators, the Legislature and the State 
Tax Commission say the people should not 
have that power. What do you think of it? 

IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED LOTS 

In 1910 there were 1801 improved lots and 
8155 unimproved lots in the nine cities and 
towns of Clackamas County mentioned below. 
In every 100 lots 18 were improved and 82 were 
unimproved. The figures showing number of 
lots, assessed value of improved lots, unim- 
proved lots and of improvements in 1910 are as 
follows : 



— Improved Lots — 

Number Assessment 

Oregon City 806 $643,495 

Oswego 198 25J495 

Willamette 110 19,330 

Milwaukie 70 16,440 

Canby 98 9,285 

Canemah 116 8,425 

Estacada 116 11,935 

Gladstone 152 17,045 

Oak Grove 133 49,065 

1801 $799,515 
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— ^Unimproved Lots — 


Number 


Assessment 


1668 


$249,325 


2395 


144,050 


362 


49,565 


477 


33,076 


317 


26,110 


553 


13,980 


553 


36,635 


1489 


118,155 


341 


76,850 



8156 



$747,745 



VALUfi OF IMPROVEMENTS ON LOTS. Clackamas County was assessing property at 

Oregon City $513,590 only 60 per cent of its value. Now look at the 

9f.l!^*so 41,925 single tax assessment of the Oregon & Cali- 

MilSkil'' K forniaroad. 

■Canby ........ '. . . ...... . ...... . 27 '410 ^^^ following assessment of the franchise 

Canemah is^scs and right of way was made by Mr. Edward P. 

Estacada 46,630 B. Troy, and does not include the value of any 

Oak Grove 3o'345 Personal property or improvement of the com- 

' pany. His assessment is not based on the report 

$779,680 of the corporation to the State Tax Commis- 

In every $100 of assessed value of all lots ^i^^' because that report was evidently jug- 

and improvements, the assessed value of im- f^^d; but his assessment was made from the 

provements was $33.50. Southern Pacific Company's report to the State 

In every $100 of assessed value of lots alone, Railroad Commission, 

the assessed value of improved lots was $51.67, The reports filed with the State Tax Com- 

or barely more than one-half. mission are made so as to keep taxes down, 

while those filed with the State Railroad Com- 



ASSESSMENT OF 0. & C. RY. COMPANY 



mission axe made so as to keep freight and 
other rates up. 

In assessing the operative property of the All the stock of this company is owned, and 

Oregon & California Railroad in 1910, the State the entire system is operated by the Southern 
Tax Commission fixed the true cash value of the Pacific Company, which reported to the State 
lines in Clackamas County at $1,583,000. Then Railroad Commission for the year ending 
the Commission " apportioned " that assessment June 30, 1910, that the net receipts of the 
down to $949,800 because it said the assessor of entire system from operation were $42,992,465. 



Divide net receipts by 6,140, number of miles in 

system, gives receipts per mile of track as. ..$ 7,002 

Multiply 7,002 by miles of Oregon & California 
road, 665.35, gives O. & C. proportion of 
operating receipts 4,658,780 

Deduct O. & C. taxes in Oregon $344,460 

and depreciation, 2 per cent 442,000 786,460 

Leaves net income to be capitalized $ 3,872,320 

Capitalize net income at 6%, gives gross value . . 64,538,666 
Deduct present physical vsJue (1910) and right 
of way 23,987,550 

Leaves gross franchise value O. & C $40,551,116 

Divide by 665.35 miles of O. & C. in Oregon, 

gives franchise value per mile as 60,947 

Multiply $60,947 by 27.45 miles in Clackamas 

County, gives franchise value in county as 1,672,995 

Add value of right of way and station grounds 

in county 140,296 

Total franchise and right of way in county. . .$ 1,813,291 

State Tax Commission's cash value assessment 
in county 1,583,000 

Single tax assessment higher by $ 230,291 

Mr. Troy's single tax assessment of the fran- 
chise and right of way in Clackamas County 
was cut down 40 per cent because the State 
Tax Commission cut its assessment the same 
amount. The "apportioned" assessments 
made by Mr. Troy and by the State Tax Com- 
mission of the Southern Pacific's lines in 
Clackamas County are: 

Troy's single tax assessment, franchise and right 

of way $1,087,975 

Tax Commission's assmt. all operating property 949,800 



Single tax assessment higher by $ 138,175 



ASSESSED VALUES IN AND ON LAND 

Town and city lots have two separate values. 
First, the community-made raw land value of 
the lot or land. 

The term "community-made value" means 
the same thing as "raw-land value" or "unim- 
proved value," or "community value." 

This is the value added to or created in the 
lot or land by population and general industry ; 
but it is not a value produced by direct labor 
on the lot or land. 

Second, the direct labor value on the lot or 
land. This is the value of houses and other 
improvements. This value is due to labor ap- 
plied directly to the lot or landi. It is not due 
to population and general industry. This in- 
cludes the value of personal property. 

These two values— raw-land or community- 
made value and labor value — are separate and 
distinct. 

Unimproved, or uncultivated country land, 
like unimproved city lots and lands, has only 
one value. That is the community-made or 
raw-land value of the land. 

Lnproved or cultivated farm land has three 
distinct values: 

1. The community-made value of the land. 

2. The direct labor value ON the land. 

3. The direct labor value IN the' land. 
Under the general property lax system all 

three of these values are taxed. Under the 
county tax exemption bill only the community- 
made value of the land is taxed, and the direct 
labor values IN land and ON land are exempt. 

C. E. SPENCE'S FARM 

To make this plain, and to show how the 
farmer is taxed on his labor, or "business," 
by the general property tax, compare the 1910 
assessments and taxes on the farm of C B. 
Spence, master of the State Grange, with what 
Mr. Spence 's assessment and tax would have 
made value of the land is taxed, and the direct 
been for 1910 under the Clackamas County 
Tax and Exemption Bill. 

Mr. Spence has 70 acres of land near Carus, 
Clackamas County. In 1910 he had 30 acres 
cultivated, assessed $45 an acre, or a total of 
$1,350; and 40 acres uncultivated, assessed $20 
an acre, or a total of $800. That made an 
assessment of $2,150 on his 70 acres. His 30 
cultivated acres were assessed $500 more than 
his 40 acres of uncultivated land. 

The assessment of the improvements on his 
land' was $450; and on his livestock and other 
personal property was $600. That made an 
assessment of $1,050 on his "direct labor values 
ON land," and the 1910 assessment on all his 
property was $3,200. But his single tax assess- 
ment would have been only $1,400, because all 
his "direct labor values" would have been 
exempt under the County Tax and Exemp- 
tion Bill. The $1,050 assessment of his "direct 



labor values ON land'" under the general prop- | 
erty tax system was an assessment on his ' ' busi- 
ness" as a farmer. Under the proposed Clack- 
amas County Bill he would not be assessed or 
taxed on his "business," his "occupation" or 
his labor and labor products. 

His direct labor values were of two kinds; 
his labor value IN land, and his labor value ON 
land. His labor value ON land consisted of 
his $450 of improvements and his $600 of live- 
stock and other personal property used on the 
land. What was his "direct labor value IN 
land?" Let us see: 

His uncultivated land was assessed $20 an 
acre, and his cultivated land $45 an acre, or 
$25 an acre more than the uncultivated'. That 
is, under the law as it now stands, the assessor 
estimated that the labor and money that Mr. 
Spence put into clearing and grubbing his 30 
cultivated acres made them worth $25 an acre 
more than the uncultivated land. That differ- 
ence between the value of the cultivated land 
and the unimproved land represents Mr. 
Spence 's "direct labor value IN land." On 
30 acres that makes a total of $750. That $750 
of labor value IN land is taxed under the 
general property tax system, but would not be 
taxed under the County Tax Exemption Bill. 

That $750 assessment on his clearings was an- 
other assessment on his "business" as a farmer. 
So, then, Mr. Spence 's labor values ON land, 
amounting to $1,050, and his labor value IN 
land, amounting to $750 — making a total of 
$1,800 — were taxed under the general property 
tax system, but would not have been taxed 
under the Clackamas County Tax Exemption 
Bill, commonly called the single tax bill. 

Every tax on the farmer's "business" bene- 
fits the big corporations and big land specula- 
tors and injures the fanner. 

Now, suppose the County Sheriff, when he 
makes out a tax account, had to itemize the 
different values so as to show the taxpayer just 
what is taxed. Then Mr. Spence 's tax ac- 
count for 1910 would have looked like this : 



C. E. Spence 's General Property Tax Account 

for 1910^Tax Rate, 15 MiUs. 

Assessments Taxes 

Direct labor value IN 30 acres $ 750 $11.25 

Direct labor value ON land 1,050 16.75 

Assessments on labor $1,800 

Taxes on labor $27.00 

Raw-land value of 70 acres 1,400 21.00 

Total assessments and taxes $3,200 $48.00 

Mr. Spence actually paid $48 in taxes in 1910. 
He was taxed $6 more on the products of his 
labor than on the community-made value of his 
land. Now, see how much he wouldi have been 
assessed and taxed under single tax. His single 
tax account for 1910 would have looked like 
this: 



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C. E. Spence's Raw Land Value, Single Tax 
Account for 1910^Tax Rate, 23.18 Mills. 

• Assessment Tax 

Direct labor value IN land Exempt No tax 

Direct labor value ON land Exempt No tax 

Community-made or raw land value of 70 

acres $1,400 $32.45 

Under the general property tax system, 

Mr. Spence had 3,200 48.00 

Under the county tax exemption bill he 

would have had 1,400 32.45 

Assessment lower under county tax ex- 
emption bill by $1,800 

Money saved under county tax exemption 
bill $15.55 



Now take an example showing how a tax 
payer would have paid' more under the county 
tax exemption bill than he paid under the gen- 
eral property tax system for 1910. 

Louis Blomberg had 80 acres in Clackamas 
County in 1910. He had two acres cultivated 
and assessed $20 an acre, or $40 for the two 
acres; and 78 acres uncultivated, assessed $5 
an acre, or $390 for the 78 acres. The assess- 
ment on all his land was $430, of which $30 was 
his labor value in the two cultivated' acres, and 
$400 was the community-made value of the 80 
acres. 

His personal property and improvements on 
the land amounted to only $25. That is, his 



direct labor value IN land was $30, and his 
direct labor value ON land was $25, making a 
total of $55 of labor values, and he had $400 
of community-made or raw-land values of land. 
Now, notice that Mr. Spence had in 1910 
an average of $25.71 of labor values to eacli 
one of his 80 acres. Notice, too, that Mr. 
Spence had $1.29 of his labor values to each dol- 
lar of community-made value of land, while Mr. 
Blomberg had only $1.10 of his labor values to 
every $8 of community value of land. Now, 
put side by side Mr. Blomberg 's two tax ac- 
counts for 1910 — the tax he actually paid, and 
the tax he would have paid if the proposed tax 
and exemption law had been in force : 



Two Tax Accounts for Louis Blomberg, Including Special Levies. 

Geni Property tax system Single tax system 

Tax rate, 31 mills Tax rate, 41.35 mUls 

Assessments Taxes Assessment Tax 

Labor value IN land (2 acres) $ 30 $0.93 Exempt No tax 

Labor value ON land 25 .77 Exempt No tax 

Assessments on labor $ 55 None 

Taxes on labor $1.70 No tax 

Raw-land value of land (80 acres) 400 12.40 $400 $16.10 

Total assessments , $455 $400 

Total taxes, each system $14.10 $16.10 



Now see how much difference a little labor 
value makes in the taxes under the two tax 
systems. Mr. Blomberg had only two acres 
cultivated, and only $25 of labor values ON 
his land. If he had had four acres cultivated, 
and $50 of labor values ON land, his general 
property taxes would have been $16.74, but 
his single tax would only Iiave been $16.10. 



How will the proposed tax exemption bill af- 
fect the big land speculator? Take the Oregon 
& California (Southern Pacific) land grant in 
Clackamas County, and compare the taxes 
under the two systems. There is no labor value 
ON the 89,383 acres, and no labor value IN 
those acres. The itemized account for both 
systems would look like this: 



Oregon & California (Southern Pacific) Land Grant. 



Gen. Property tax 1910 
Asisessment Tax 

Labor value ON land (89,383.15 acres) No labor value 

Labor value IN land No labor value 

Raw-land value of 89,383.15 acres $1,105,555 $22,971.85 



Single Tax 1910 
would have been 
Assessment Tax 



$1,105,555 



$33,102.95 
22,971.85 



Increased tax under single tax $10,131.10 

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Under the proposed Graduated Specific Tax Under the proposed county tax and exemp- 

and Exemption amendment the Oregon & Cali- tion law, these seven big speculators would have 

fornia Eailroad Company would have paid a paid $18,440 more than they paid for 1910 un- 

graduated tax of $31,315 as owner of raw-land der the present law. On page 158 you will see 

values assessed $1,105,515; and in addition it that the 5,407 farmers in Clackamas County 

would have paid the regular general and spe- would have saved $36,966.91 in taxes if the 

eial tax levies. proposed tax and exemption law had been in 

force in 1910. The seven big speculators would 

BIG LAND SPECULATORS have paid almost half the taxes saved by the 

farmers. Yet the big land speculators are 

Which is better for the working farmer and jjij-jng ^en to say that the proposed Claek- 

for the state, a general property tax of $48 amas tax and exemption law will hurt the 

on Mr. Spence, andl $22,971.85 on 89,383 acres farmers. 
of unused lajid, or a raw land single tax of 

$32 45 on Mr Spence, and $33,102.95 on the PERCENTAGE OP FARM EXEMPTIONS 
89,383 unused acres of the Southem Pacinc 

in Clackamas County? Corporation lawyers and newspapers are try- 

Which is better for the state and for the 1?^ ^o convince farmers and other home owners 

working fanner, to discourage a man like Mr. that under single tax exemptions the owners 

Spence by putting a tax of $27 on the prod- f ^^^^ buildings m cities wiU be specially 

nets of his laborTand another tax of $21 on favored because hundreds of thousands of dol- 

the raw land colnmunity-made value of his ^/^^ ^"^^^ °^. t^tl"" P^^P'^*^ T ^^T^ 

land, or to encourage him by exempting aU ^^°^ \^^' ^^^l« t^/ ^Tf^^^f^ ,*^^^f ^'^ J,« 

the products of his libor and enabling hL to ^f ^P* °^, "^y ^ ^^^ ^"f *',L'*S Z^^'J 

save $15.55 in one year. °^ property For example the hired news- 

,;„ . , . , ^^ i „ ^ X xi c x^ papers and hired lawyers of the corporations 

Which IS better for u^ all, to tax the South- g^y ^q ^he farmers ■ 

em Pacific $10,131 more a year for holding <,„ \ , ,, 

89,383 acres of land out of use and exempt a ^, t- i, ! f IT T ^^^^P^ 

wc;rking farmer's labor products, or to ta/the £^^^"7^? tVe oWs Wortman & eS 

"°I^Lcr^rSll?1fss°\'^ier frm'^'the '"" ^ P-t'-t S^' $SP\ortf "J 

and coUect $10,131 less m taxes from the ^ .^^.^ ^^ ^ j^ ^ ^^ ^j^j ^ j 

Southem Pacific for its 89,383 unused acres? j^^^ ^^^^ the single taxers would exempt for 
Under the general property tax system, ^^^ gto^e, and then they 'ell the farmer who 
6,403 farmers like Mr. Spence pay $9,997.55 m jj^s only a few hundred dollars worth of build- 
taxes on their labor products, and the South- JQgg ^nd personal property that he wiU be 
ern Pacific sayes $10,131 by holding almost exempt on that little amount of property." 
89,383 acres for speculation^ Under the county ^^^^ -^ ^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ merchant pays 
tax and exemption bill 6,403 farmers like Mr ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^ ^-^ ^^^^. ^^^ ^^^^ jj/ /^^ 
Spence would have saved $9,997.55 ^ 1910 and ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^-^ ^^^ ^^ charges the taxes and a 
the Southern Pacific would have paid $10,131 g^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^^^ ^ ^-^^ ^^.^^ ^^^^^ ^^ 
more tax on its 89,383 acres of speculative land. ^^^ ^j^^ j^ ^1^^ ^ ^^^ ^ ^^^ the taxes 
Which IS the better system? ^^^ the profit on the tax money paid out by 
See the difference that the proposed the merchant. Every time ar farmer buys goodte 
Clackamas County Tax and Exemption Law from a merchant he pays his share of the taxes 
would make in the taxes of the seven big- "^ ^^^^ building and the goods. When a store 
,,. ,, ■ .u t tu • or a factory is exempt from tax it means that 
gest land speculators in the county on their ^^^ persons who buy the goods are exempt from 
idle land, which is being made more vain- that tax. A big hardware merchant told the 
able every year by the farmers and other truth when he said : 

home owners and by general industry: "Freight rates and tajces don't bother me. 

Taxes Would ^ ^^^ *^® freight rates andl taxes to the price 

Taxes Under Have of the goods, and the buyers pay them because 

Present Law Been Under they have to buy hardwtare." 

1910 Proposed Law a _j ^i i ., 

O. & C. labd grant $22,971.85 $33,102.95 Second, compare the merchant's percentage 

Weyerhauser Land Co. . , . 3,323.49 4,791.97 of exemptions with the farmer's percentage of 

T. D. & S. E. Collins.. .. 8,298.74 12,005.73 exceptions. That's the way to look at it. Mr. 

Oregon Iron & Steel Co. 3,777.72 5,063.90 Q. E. Spence may be taken as an example of 

Moralla'^Latd^Co.".;:;;: 1,79^94° Sit the average Clackamas farmer in 1910. Com- 

W. R. Burt 857.02 1,263.55 pare his exemptions with the Olds, Wortman 

& King exemptions under the single tax. Re- 
Totals $41,993.96 $60,434.86 member that less than one-half of Mr. Spence 's 

4i;993.96 land was in cultivation or first-class use, while 

all of the land occupied by Olds, Wortman & 

Increase by proposed law $18,440.90 (Continued on page 156) 

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Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






Aores OnltiTnted 


Acres TInoiUtiT«t«d 


General Propertj Assessments in 1910 


Single Tai 
Eiemptions 
1910¥onid 
Eave Been 


Single Tai 
Assessment 
1910 Would 
Have Been 


Aetnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 


Tax for 1910 
Tnder Single 
Tai Would 
EaTe Been 


Hame of Taxpayer 


Ho. of 
iorei 


Asstssment 
Per Aor« 


No. of 

Aores 


Asisssment 
Per Acre 


On land 


Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
Assessment 


Abbott, W.W 

Ab'oott, Ben.i. B. & E. L 


40 
15 

7 
* 
* 

9 

8 


; 54.00 
55.00 
60.00 


19.50 
17.25 
13 
63 
160 

11 

152 
14.04 
40 
60 

44,58 
80 
160 
13.15 

18.75 

None 
45 
80 
55 
27.65 

None 
26 

27.57 
12.21 
34.60 

IS 

11,05 

44.12 

155 

150.44 

27.92 
120 

50 

40 
520 

240 
10.60 
13.40 
16 
7.05 

50 
108 

None 

60 

5 

80 
154 
160 

30 

20 

8 
35.04 
36.50 
52 
115 

23.33 
None 
12.00 
15.50 
200 

61.90 

8 
22 
40.50 

9.50 

77 
133 
42 
16.3'1 

12.50 

2.17 

S 
None 
160 
.50 

3 

12 

7 

30 

231 

64 

11.45 

34,63 

56.29 

11.84 


5 24.36 
19.70 
29.23 
20.00 
15.00 

29.09 
6.51 
39.82 
10.00 
20.00 

20.19 
10.00 
12.50 
15.20 
11.55 

15,00 
11.10 

9.00 
12.00 

9.76 

80.00 
30.00 
20.00 
40.13 
20.00 

20.00 
50,00 
14.73 
4.93 
14.95 

18.00 
10.00 
10.00 
9.00 
23,07 

15,00 
14.15 
14.90 
11.25 
21.33 

15.00 
12.03 
20.00 
10.00 
24.00 

5.62 

4.54 

20.00 

25.00 

15.00 

50.00 
20.00 
10.95 
13.46 
12.00 

15.00 
40.00 
150.00 
14.52 
11.00 

11.31 
15.00 
15.00 
14.81 
16.84 

13.00 
9.02 
15.00 
11.63 
12.00 

18.43 

12.00 

100. 00 

3.12 

70.00 

25.00 
18.75 
30.00 
12.50 
12.99 

12.50 
13.10 
11.55 
14.20 
13.94 


i 2,635 

1,165 

800 

1,260 

2,400 

860 

1,280 

560 

800 

4,100 

900 

800 

2,000 

1,800 

1,670 

90 
2,975 

720 

4,485 

780 

90 

1,32C 

740 

530 

4,580 

2,900 
550 

1,280 
905 

4,275 

500 

1,200 

500 

360 

12,000 

3,600 
270 
320 
300 
790 

2,475 
4,300 
1,300 
1,400 
120 

450 

820 

3,200 

2,400 

300 

1,000 

1,225 

460 

1,620 

4,305 

350 
500 

1,800 
225 

7,600 

700 
590 
330 
3,300 
160 

1,000 

2,225 
990 
190 
150 

40 
60 

1,150 
500 

1,185 

75 

675 

390 

1,775 

5,400 

1,3.30 

ISO 

1,300 

1,890 

475 


$ 435 
300 


i 3,070 

1,465 

800 

1,260 

2,400 

1,055 
1,380 
710 
1,055 
4,400 

900 

800 

2,000 

2,320 

1,670 

390 
2,975 

720 
7,925 

880 

90 

1,605 

765 

530 

5,595 

3,200 
550 

1,665 
905 

4,425 

3,500 

1,200 

500 

360 

12,000 

3,600 
470 
400 
300 
840 

2,475 
5,435 
1,930 
1,550 
120 

450 
1,235 
3,200 
2,400 

450 

1,000 
1,505 
460 
2,195 
4,705 

445 
501 

1,800 
225 

7,850 

70« 
1,740 
2,135 
3,300 

I6C 

1,000 

2,725 

990 

I9C 

150 

IOC 

1,850 

SOC 

1,37S 

7S 

675 

440 

2,110 

5,700 

1,330 

955 

1,300 

2,455 
800 


$ 1,620 
830 
215 


{ 1,450 

635 

585 

1,260 

2,-'f00 

S80 

1,050 

560 

500 

2,300 

900 
800 
2,000 
730 
565 

15 
1,110 

720 

1,680 

385 

80 

1,050 

615 

510 

1,890 

1,100 

5,50 

855 

800 

2,925 

500 

1,200 

500 

360 

12,000 

3,600 
195 
245 
225 
350 

1,200 

1,925 

400 

800 

120 

450 

640 

3,200 

1,500 

300 

700 

900 

415 

1,010 

2,160 

350 
150 

1,800 
22s 

3,520 

700 
270 
330 
1,490 
160 

1,000 
1,405 

750 
190 

ISO 

100 

455 
500 
735 

75 

375 

300 

755 

3,625 

975 
150 
630 
1,095 
260 


$ 49.12 
21.98 
22.40 
31.50 
48.00 

29.54 
26.70 
17.75 
1,899 
66.00 

13.50 
12.00 
40.00 
34.80 
35.07 

8.19 

62.47 

15.12 

165.16 

26.40 

3.29 
40.13 
12.63 
10.34 
83.92 

48.00 
8.25 
33.29 
16.29 
88.49 

70.00 

20.40 

8.0s 

6.84 

192.00 

75.60 
7.76 
6.60 
7.50 

16.80 

42.08 
92.39 
28. 9S 
41 .85 
1.80 

11.25 
30.88 
48.00 
36.00 

7.42 

24.. 50 
24.08 
10.58 
43.90 
97.28 

7.33 

12.50 

43.20 

3.82 

133.45 

11.90 
29.58 
36.29 
56.10 

2.72 

17.00 

46.33 

16.83 

3.23 

2 25 

1.50 

43.47 

7.50 

35.07 

2.48 
22.27 

6.60 
46.42 
89.00 

19. 95 
14.33 
19.50 
61 .,37 
20.00 


$ 36.37 
14.72 

27.42 


Abbey, Francis D 


* 

* 

195 

100 
150 
255 
300 

* 
* 

520 


51.00 






68.52 




60.00 
35,00 


475 
330 
150 
555 
2,100 


27.19 


Acbeson, Jas.C.&L. E 


32,04 
21.04 


Aokerson, John W 

Ackerson, T. C 

Adams G A 


10 

55 

* 
* 
* 

35 

30 

55 

85 
12 

1 

9 
4 

60 

40 

* 
14 
7 
45 


40.00 
52.36 


13.89 
53.31 

20.86 








18.54 


Adams, 11. B. CM int.)... . 
Adams, N . P 






57.10 


45.71 
48.35 

90.00 
45.00 

4.5.66 
42.50 

90.00 
60.00 
50.00 
80.00 
65.00 

65.00 


1,590 
1,105 

375 
1,865 

■ ■ ■ ■ 6,245 
495 

10 

555 

150 

20 

3,705 

2,100 


16.92 


A.dams W D 


22.07 




300 

3,440 
100 


.59 




43.36 




28.12 


Adams, Geo. V. and Kate. - 
Adams E A 


65.62 
23.59 




3.80 




285 
25 


39.46 


Adamson, A. W 

Adcock D F & Sarah E... 


15.48 
19.82 


Aden, Jno 


1,015 

300 
* 
385 


43.81 
25.50 




12.75 


Adix, Carrie 1^ 

AHiv L Mrs 


45.00 
20.00 
45.00 


810 

105 

1,500 

3,000 


33.33 
22.17 


Adix, G. V 


150 

3,000 

* 
* 
* 

* 

200 
80 

56 


114.02 
16.56 




* 

* 

* 

3 
3 
4 
9 

30 

52 
20 
20 

* 

* 

6 

* 

30 




31.14 


AdkiQS, James & Silas 

Adkins, James & Silas 

Adkins, Jas., (Trustee) 

Adkins, Jas 

Adkins R L 






12.35 






10.44 






293.16 






124.49 


40.00 
40.00 
30.00 
70.00 

57.50 
57.69 
65.00 
40.00 


275 

155 

75 

490 

1,275 

3,510 

1,530 

750 


5.03 


Adkins, R.L 

Adkin, John 

Aeby, E. A 


6.32 
9.02 
11.11 




31.06 


Aeraissigger, Jnlia D 

Aerni, Joseph & M 


1,135 
630 
150 

* 
415 

» 


49.82 

9.27 

29.76 




2.78 








16.34 




20.00 


595 


23.25 




74.18 




55.00 


900 
150 

300 

605 

45 

1,185 

2,545 

95 
350 


34.77 


AL-inJi t' W and S E 


150 


7.73 


Akins, James W.andM.. . . 


6 

10 

23 
65 


100. 0« 

52. 5C 
40. 0( 
40. OC 
45.00 


25.16 


280 


22.30 


A 11-.*»1 T A 


14.89 




575 
400 

95 


31.06 


Albright, Francis E 

Albright, Chas H & Edith A 


72.50 
9.02 


3. 75 

* 
120 

* 
10 


134.01] 


5.64 




* 
* 
250 

* 

1,150 
1,805 


69.64 


Albright, A. W. and SI. 0. 
Albright, A.W.and M. 0. . 

Alhrip-ht Edw B 






6.20 


45. 0« 


4,330 


97.04 
19.30 


47.0(1 


1,470 
1,805 
1,810 


7.45 




9.10 




60 

* 

■* 
23 
8 

* 
* 

* 

* 

4.57 

10 

* 

8 

3 
30 
48 

14 


45. OC 


41.08 


Albright, E.B.andN.P.. 

Albright, E.B.andN.P.. 
Albright, E.B.andN.P... 
Albright, E.B.andN.P... 
Albright, E.B.andN.P... 


* 

* 
50« 


4.41 




. 


27.57 


44.5(i 
45.00 


1,320 
240 


38.74 
20.68 


* 
* 

* i 
700 

* 

190 

* 


S.23 







3.48 


Alcorn, W. A.and I. V.. . j 






2 33 




1,395 






Aldrich, Eleanor M 


252.73 


16.03 
11.59 


Alexander, Caroline 

Alexander, C. F.and A. P... 
Alexander, C. F. and d. A.. 
Allen M D 


115.00 


640 


27.68 
4.16 


56.25 
60.00 
46,67 
50.00 

37.86 


300 

140 

l,3SS 

2,075 

355 
805 
670 
1,360 
540 


20.79 


50 
335 
300 


6.95 


Allen P H 


28.95 




141.31 


-^Allen, A. A.&Su?=ie 


22.60 


805 


3.48 




20 

21 

6 


45.00 
51.90 
51.67 


14.60 




565 
325 


44.31 


Allen. H. A 


10.53 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taxpayer 



Acres Caltivated 



No. of 

Acres 



Per Acre 



Acres TJncultiTated 



No. of 
Acres 



Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 ¥ould 
HaT« Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Wonld 
EaTflBeen 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Woiild 

lave Been 



Allen, H. A 

Allen, Stella 

Allen, Martha C- 
Allen, Stephen.. . 
Allen, B.F 



Allen, B.F 

Allen, E. O 

.^Jlen, Nels 

Allen, W.& Phoebe.. 
Alley, OUva 



Allison, E. V 

Allison, S. V 

Aldredge,A.O.&E.J.. 

Alstad, John K 

Alstad, John K 



Alspaugh, A. E 

Alapaugh, A. E 

Alspaugh, Rebecca C 

Alspaugh, A.E.&E.L.... 
Alt, Doia 



Alvin, P. A.ifeA.L.. 

Amato, Frank 

Ambler, Marv E. . . . 
Amdahl. G.O.&S.. 
Ames, Pamuel 



Amen, F. M. <t Martha E. . 

American Surety Co 

American Trust & Inv .Co. 

AnjD, A., Mrs 

Anders, H. H 



Anderegg, John 

Andrews, Lvman B. 
Andrews Chas. P... 
Andrews Martha E. 
Andrews, L. R 



Andrews, Stillwell.. 
Andrews, Alired E., 
Andrews, Gertrude.. 
Andrews, Oliver. . . . 
Andrews, L. H 



Andrews, H. A. - . 
Andersen, Gustaf. 
Anderson, Hans. . 
Anderson, W. M. . 
Anderson. Matt... 



Anderson, M. G.... 
Anderson, .John C. 
Anderson, Hans. . . 
Anderson, J. M. . . . 
Anderson, Andrew. 



Anderson. Andrew. . . . 
Anderson, Andrew. . . . 
Anderson, Andrew. . . . 

Anderson, Fred 

Anderson, A. H 



Anderson, James 

Anderson, Annie 

Anderson, Alfred M. . . 

Anderson, A. B 

Anderson, Peder 



Anderson, Peter 

Anderson, A. H. & A 

Anderson, G. F 

Anderson, Gus 

Anderson, B. A. & Bertha. 

\nderson, B. A.&B 

Anderson, John 

Anderson, .John 

Anderson, John.. 

Anderson, John F 



Anderson, John A 

Anderson, A. E 

Anderson, H. S 

Anderson, Thos. E 

Anderson, Fred & Josephine 



Anderson, Nancy 

Anderson, John (fe Hilda.. 

Anderson, Hilda 

Anderson, Hilda C 

Anderson, Alfred E 



Anderson. E. P 10 

Anderson, Chas. G 

Anderson, Adolf 

Angus, ,Tohn I 5 

Angus, John I 25 



20 

* 

36.08 
2 
6 

9 

6 



* 




2 
43 


SO. 00 
60.00 


4H 

* 


60.00 


* 


45.00 


« 





74 
9 

2 
14 
17 
40 



I 

1.56 
5 
5 
10 

20 
15 
3 



35 



8 
90 

20 
12 
6 

* 

10 



5.30 
.88 



40 
20 
35 
60 

10 
2 
17 



52.00 

"60.66 
150.00 
50.00 

50.00 

5s!66 



63 38 
37.77 

160.00 
60.00 

102.94 
50.00 



100.00 
102.30 
30.00 
40.00 
30.00 

70.00 

160.00 
150.06 



219.78 
37.14 



40.62 
111.11 

160.00 
50.00 
40.00 



30.00 



33.33 
40.00 
40.00 
20.00 

20 00 
52.00 
40.00' 
55.00, 



60.00; 

so.oo' 

50.00, 



48.06i 

20.00 

56.25 

50.00 

350.00 



93.75 



188.67 
312.50 



20.00 
60.00 
60.00 
50.00 

40.00 
50.00 
61.17 



53.76 
20.00 



75.00 
70.00 



3 


s 10.00 


$ 


40 


10. oc 




None 


20. OC 




None 


75. oc 




4 


15.00 




16 


11.25 




40 


30. Ot 




4 


25. OC 




40 


10. OC 




4. 85 


103.09 




9.60 


14.05 




40 J^ 


18. OC 










None 


60.00 




40 


12.50 




34.24 


9.93 




32.25 


10. OC 




80 


10. OC 




159 


11.6.- 




71 


6.34 




3 


70.00 




24 


20. OC 




r.38 


54.34 




■10 


70. OC 




160 


1.87 




19 


39.47 




None 


120. OC 




!5S 


6.45 




35 


11.4; 




70 


5.70 




58.48 


40.00 




34.41 


94.44 




68.14 


99.81 
200.00 




None 


60.44 




103H 


9.66 




20 


11. OC 




20 


II .OC 




72 


19.44 




55 


40.00 




13 


100.00 




28 


17.85 




63 


16.03 




20 


I5.0C 




70 


5.70 




80 


S.OO 




46. 8C 


9.82 




78 


17.94 




24.65 


9.73 




34 


S.OO 




26 


4.61 




5 


24.00 




30 


13.15 




88.87 


24.75 




2.72 


20.22 




None 


25.00 




3.53 


21.43 




31 


20.00 




40 


25.00 




25 Ji 


24.75 




132.83 


4.96 




68 


15.44 




39 


15.38 




None 


300.ro 




6.26 


79.88 




18.86 


29.16 




80 


(0.00 




None 


183.00 




None 


176.13 




15 


30.00 




80 


5.00 




120 


6.66 




100 


19.00 




45 


20.00 




165 


12.12 




7S 


10,00 




43.67 


9.73 




13.39 


29.87 




.50 

None 


50.00 
10.00 





70 
80 
38; 
30 
5 



b.OO 
10.00 
10.38 
20.66 
30.00 



1,070 
400 

2,160 
300 
360 

630 
1,200 
430 
400 
500 

240 
980 
175 
250 
500 

385 
325 
800 
6,560 
790 

380 
1,320 
1,825 
2,800 

300 

850 

300 

1,150 

600 

700 



3,740 

5,650 

6,570 

200 

200 

2,300 

220 

220 

1,725 

12,200 

4,500 

1,100 

1,250 

300 

700 

400 
860 
1,480 
840 
290 

480 
4,020 

580 

5,225 

55 

1,200 

1.075 

980 

(,000 

4,225 

1,060 
2,850 

650 
3,500 

500 

1,300 
800 

1,000 
275 
450 

400 
1,600 
3,100 
3,000 
5,000 

1,150 

525 

1,440 

2r 

50 

550 
800 
400 
995 
1,900 



250 
650 



ISO 



100 
200 



150 
530 
200 
700 



100 



1,520 
390 



300 
355 

72S 



80 

25 

335 

980 
490 
140 

275 



340 
300 



360 
100 



295 



270 
100 
35, 
100 



300 

65 

1,040 



250 



865 



150 
740 



150 
180 



300 

1,400 

320 

250 

255 
75 

230 
25 



275 



455 



1,320$ 
400. 

2,810 
300 
510 

630 
1,300 
630 
400 
500 



390 
1,510 

375 
950 
500 

485 

325 

800 

8,080 

1,180 

380 
1,620 
2,180 
3,525 

300 

900 
300 

1,230 
625 

1.03S 

4,720 

6,140 

6,710 

200 

475 

3,040 
220 
220 

2,065 
12,500 

4,500 

1,460 

1,350 

300 

995 

400 
1,130 
1,580 
1,195 

390 

480 
4,320 

645 
6,265 

55 

1,200 
1,325 
980 
1,000 
5,090 

1,210 
3,590 

650 
3,700 

500 

1,450 
800 

1,180 
275 
450 

400 
1,900 
4,500 
3,320 
5,250 

1,405 
600 

1,670 
50 
50 

825 
800 
400 
995 
.2^1 



1,090 



„L 



2,090 
150 
360 

350 
100 
380 



220 
640 
200 
700 



5,370 
675 

230 

860 

1,170 

1,925 



110 

lis 

200 
170 

580 

1,580 

1,475 

320 



420 
1,705 



510 
6,700 

1,200 

745 
245 



550 
145 
840 
190 

280 
2,400 

120 
2,705 



700 
820 
180 



2,610 

450 

2,045 

35 

700 



770 



210 
120 



835 
2,220 
1,720 
2,520 

555 

155 

760 

25 

40 

425 



270 
1,455 



—2— 



230$ 33.00$ 9.3 


40C 


10. 6C 


16. 9( 


72( 


42.15 


16.6! 


I5< 


7.65 


5.6. 


150 


8.16 


3.7! 


280 


10.08 


7.0; 


1,20C 


22. IC 


31.4: 


25( 


10.71 


9.9, 


40( 


6.0( 


9.2; 


500 


18.25 


23.75 


170 


5.85 


3.94 


87C 


22.65 


20. i; 


175 


9.0C 


6.75 


25C 


23. 7C 


11. 7« 


500 


10.00 


16. St 


350 


7.75 


8.61 


325 


5.2C 


8.0( 


80C 


14. .56 


21 Ai 


2,71C 


129. 2j 


66. 7C 


505 


24.55 


15.02 


ICO 


6.84 


2.6>i 


76C 


24.30 


17.62 


1,0IC 


50.14 


33.9! 


1,600 


52.87 


37.08 


300 


6.00 


8.56 


790 


15.75 


21.47 


185 


6.0C 


5.46 


1.03C 


18. 45 


23.8! 


455 


15.63 


18.42 


455 


26.90 


14.82 


3,140 


26.73 


77.00 


4,665 


92.10 


108.13 


6,39C 


100.65 


148.12 


20C 


6.50 


13.17 


55 


15.44 


3.62 


1,335 


45.60 


30.95 


22C 


3.30 


5.10 


22C 


3..M 


5.10 


1,555 


.U.07 


38.76 


5,800 


237.50 


173.30 


3,300 


67.50 


76.49 


715 


24.09 


18.13 


1,105 


22.95 


28.59 


300 


6.0C 


•9.22 


455 


25.88 


14.82 


400 


10.00 


12.58 


580 


16.95 


13.44 


1,435 


26.86 


37.13 


355 


21.52 


9.86 


200 


8.97 


6.51 


200 


11.04 


6.42 


1,920 


64.80 


44.51 


525 


12.89 


16.14 


3,560 


100.23 


86.76 


55 


.83 


1.27 


500 


21.60 


13.41 


505 


22.53 


13.83 


8O0 


15.88 


19.98 


1,000 


15.00 


23.18 


2,480 


76.35 


S7.4!» 


760 


22.98 


21.02 


1,545 


53.85 


35.81 


615 


10.08 


14.86 


3,000 


70. 30 


85.74 


500 


10.00 


14.76 


680 


23.57 


17.12 


800 


18.40 


25.99 


970 


23.60 


28.63 


155 


4.40 


3.79 


450 


7.87 


12.23 


400 


12.40 


16. If 


1,065 


43.70 


34.61 


2,280 


77.85 


63.81 


1,600 


56.44 


45.23 


2,730 


89.25 


77.18 


850 


21.07 


19.70 


445 


10. 20 


11.61 


910 


26.10 


22.08 


25 


.75 


.58 


10 


1.15 


M 


400 


15.02 


10.73 


800 


16.80 


23.73 


4O0 


9.20 


13.00 


725 


14.92 


16.81 


900 


35.32 


20.86 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hame of Taxpayer 



Acres CtUtiTated 



Ko, f Assessment 
Acres ?er Acre 



Acres TTncnltivated 



Ho. of 
Acres 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Und 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tai 
Sxemptions 
1910 Tottld 
Have Been 



Single Tai 



1910 Wonld 
Eaye Been 



Aotnal Tai 

Paid for 

1910 



Tai for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Wonld 

EaT6 Been 



Anjola, Maggie. 
Antrim, S. E. . 



Antllony, Minnie 

Anuscliat, Carl 

Apperaon, J. T 

Apperaon, J. T 

Apperaon, J. T 

Archibold, Lena 

Arduser, Casper 

Armstrong, U. S. & F. L.. . . 



Armstrong, Thos 

Armstrong, Mary A 

Armstrong, J. W . & L. A . . 

Armstrong, Geo 

Armstrong, John 



Armstrong, G. C 

Armstrong, G. C 

Armstrong, L.E.(H'rs)&T 

Aradt, Gustavo A 

Amdt, Gustave A 



1.05 



22 
18 
6 



40 



Amdt, John 

Amdt, John 

Amdt, Mike & OttUie. . . 
Amett, C.W.&E.M... 
Amett,Wm.J.«&C.J.. . 



Amett, Chas. W.. 
Arnold, Lucy J. . . 
Arnold, Emilie A . 

Arnold, J. W 

Arneson, Ole 



Arquoit, John. . . 

Asboe, A. P 

Aschoff, Otto.... 
Aschoff, Henry.. 
Aschoff, Adolph 

Aschoff, Adolph. 
Aschoff, Dora . . . 
Asher, D.&M... 
Ashby, R. G. . . . 
Askin, Geo 



285,71 
70.00 
100.00 



$ 



150.00 
75,00 
20.00 



50.00 



25 
37 



2,30 
2.70 

15 

II 

24 

8 
30 

5 

7 
35 

6 

20 



113.63 
55,00 
77,14 
80.00 



52.00 
52,50 



Askjar, Nels 

Atchison, J. E.. . . ... 

Athey, Eltues 

Athey, Alice 

Atwood, F. A. Mrs. , 

Atwater, Henry f '' ■ 

Aune, Lillie 

Aurora Electric Co. 

Auave, Ove M 

Austen, Chas. R. . . . 



Austen, Chas. R 

Austen, Timothy 

Austen, Ona R. — See Chas. 

Austen, W. P. (Heirs) 

Austen, Delta H 



Austen, J. M. . . 
Austen, Mary., 
Avery, George., 
Axtell, L. H..., 
Axene, G. V — 



100,00 

100.00 

20.00 

80.00 

54.16 

81.25 
65.00 
250,00 
45.00 
55,00 

20,00 
50,00 



Axtell, Louise M., 
Axtell, Iconise M, , 

Baars, Henrj' 

Baars, Louisa , . , - 
Baars, Louisa . . . . 



20 
1 

* 

55 
40 

20 

* 

9 

« 

3 

38 

25 

* 

16 
3 



R.Aus 
2 
2 

37 
13 
5 
30 
30 

10 

6 

10 

50 



30.00 
25.00 



40.90 
55,00 



60,00 



60,00 



150.00 



70.00 
75.00 



Babsch, John 

Babier, Henry 

Babler, Henry & Eila. 

Babcock, C.CSr 

Bahcock, E. M 



Babcock, E. M 

Babcock, E.C,& J 

Babcock, Ernest C. & J . . , 
Babcock. .Vrthur S. & M. B 
Babcock, S.J 



Babcock, S. J.. ■ , 
Backstrom, Gus.. 
Backstrom, Gus , 
Bacon, S.imuel , . 
Bacon, Samuel . . 



Bacon, Samnei 

Bachert, Andv 

BacRstrand, Edw. S, <t S. . 

Bachman, Joseph 

Badger. Robert h 



16 



50.00 
40.00 

40,00 
45,00 
1. 
45,00 
45,00 

45,00 
32.30 
150,00 
65.00 
20,00 

100.00 
100,00 
60,00 
80,00 
100,00 



58.57 
57,19 



40,00 
40,00 



40,00 
50,00 
60,00 

60,00 



35,00 
35,00 



40,00 
55,00 



60.00 
52.00 



None 
None 
None 
160 
46.23 

52.33 
12 
96 
40 

7 

19.30 
1.50 
4 

23 

25 

9,28 
84,72 
75.90 
63 
35 

None 

5 
185 
16,79 

6 

5.80 
90 

1,79 
73 

5 

74 
60 
40 
40 
40 

180 

34 

5 

44 

30 

40 

SH 

12 
20 
II 

12 

22y2 

5.68 
69 

5,83 

11,66 

18M 



18 

23 
147 

None 
36K 
94 

None 

4 

62 

49 

1,20 

39,50 
5 

16,22 
40 
100,50 

3,8: 
s 

27 

23 

1 

32 , 50 
161,57 
120 

65 

76 

64 

,^4,68 

20 

4,50 

25 



200,00$ 

18.46 

50.00 

5.00 

25.95 

40,51 
40.00 
10.41 
8.00 
20,00 

39.37 
60,00 
20,00 
40,00 
40.00 

10.77 
10.23 
23.05 
15.87 
17.14 

30.00 
40,00 
5.00 
29.77 
16,66 

30.17 
25.00 
97.76 
16,44 
27.00 

5.00 
18,33 
5 00 
7.50 
5,00 

3 

5.15 
10,00 
17,04 
27.00 

20,00 
139.13 
23.33 
20,00 
100,00 

35.00 
34,45 
26,41 
20,00 
11,65 

10.00 
13,50 

11,85 
13,35 

1 1 , 95 

9.20 

72,00 

30,00 

8,51 

60,00 
37,50 
20,00 
24,49 
41.66 

25,31 
12.00 
12.33 
10,00 
10,94 

12.98 
10,00 
16,66 
13.00 
20,00 

15.35 
9.90 

10.00 
7.31 
9.21 

12.50 
21.03 
8.75 
20.00 
12,00 



300$ 

70 

100 

800 

1,200 

5,420 
1,8.30 
1,120 

320 

290 

760 

590 

135 
1,460 
2,200 

100 
2,200 
3,700 
1,000 

600 

230 

470 

1,225 

1,380 

1,400 

825 
4,200 
1,425 
1,515 
2,060 

490 
2,100 
200 
300 
200 

1,300 

200 

50 

3,000 

3,010 

2,000 
800 
820 
400 

1,550 

3,080 
2,650 

150 
2,180 

190 

360 
610 

185 
330 

1,940 
1,770 
750 
3,045 
1,400 

1,000 

750 

1,840 

5,200 

850 

1,000 
2,110 
3,345 
400 
1,660 

290 

50 

850 

1,150 

260 

1,700 

1,600 

1,200 

860 

840 

1,440 

2,360 

175 

120 

1,600 



200$ 

460 

625 



150 
75.00 



260 



200 
415 



455 



540 
1,370 



50 



100 
175 
165 

250 
300 
100 
250 

325 

200 

485 

100 
465 

300 



200 
495 



350 



500 
100 



540 
410 



50 



1,095 
890 
380 
100 
210 

95 
350 
310 
400 



780 
750 

390 

100 

50 
595 
ISO 

100 



500 
100 



340 
250 



165 
395 



500$ 
530 
725 
800 
1,200 



5,420 
1,980 
1,195 

320 

550 

760 

790 

550 
1,460 
2,655 

100 
2,740 
5,070 
1,000 

600 

280 

470 
1,325 
1 ,555 
1,565 

1,075 
4,500 
1,525 
1,765 

2,385 

690 

2,585 

200 

400 

_ 665 

1,600 

200 

50 

3,200 

3,505 

2,350 
800 
820 
400 

1,650 

3,580 
2,7.50 

150 
2,720 

600 

410 
610 

185 
330 

3,035 
2,660 
1,130 
3,145 
1,610 

1,095 
1,100 
2,150 
5,600 
850 

1,000 
2,890 
4,095 
400 
2,050 

390 

50 

900 

1,745 

410 

1,800 
1,600 
1,200 
1,360 
940 

1,780 

2,610 

175 

285 

1,995 



290 
510 
675 



2,3l0 
780 
135 



350 



435 

450 

260 

1,055 



1,585 
2,470 



210 
165 
325 
725 
1,065 

660 

1,500 

860 

450 

1,305 

290 
1,120 



100 
465 



820 
20 



1,510 
1,615 

1,150 

"336 



250 

1,830 
1,115 



1,020 
495 

230 
250 

65 
65 

2,320 

1,190 

770 

1,150 

555 

495 
725 
710 
3,175 
465 



2,470 
3,215 



795 
265 



285 

1,225 

310 

095 



805 
205 



780 
1,000 



185 
1 ,3951 



210$ 

20 

50 

800 

1,200 

3,110 
1 ,200 
1,060 

320 

200 

760 

355 

100 
1,200 
1,600 

100 
1,155 
2,600 
1,000 

600 

70 

305 

1,000 

830 

500 

415 
3,000 

665 
1,315 
1,080 

400 
1,465 
200 
300 
200 

780 

180 

50 

1,690 

1,890 

1,200 
800 
490 
400 

1,400 

1,750 
1,635 

ISO 
1,700 

105 

180 
360 

120 
265 

715 
1,470 

360 
1,995 
1,055 

600 

375 

1,440 

2,425 

385 

1,000 
420 

880 

400 

1,255 

125 
50 
615 
520 
100 

805 

1,600 

1,200 

555 

735 

1,000 

1,610 

175 

100 

600 



13,25 
15.90 
10.88 
18,80 
30.00 

135.50 

49,50 

21,76 

9,60 

9,07 

13,68 
20,15 
8,80 
26,28 
47,80 

2.50 
68.50 
81.12 
16,50 

9,90 

4,20 

.-,05 

26,77 

.JO. 22 

43.83 

21.50 
72.00 
35,84 
30,00 
42,90 

20.19 

43.94 

3,00 

6.00 

9.98 

24,00 
3.00 

.75 
52.80 
52,57 

35.25 
29.20 
12,30 
6,00 
60,23 

59,07 
68.75 
2.25 
44.88 
12,60 

8.61 
12,81 

3,87 
6.93 

63.73 
58,52 
28.82 
50,33 
24,15 

27,29 
26 67 
33,17 
84,00 
12.75 

16.00 
43.35 
61,42 
8.40 
35 87 

5,85 

,83 

14.58 

26,18 

6,35 

27.90 
24,00 
18,00 
20,67 
14.29 

26.70 

41.76 

4.38 

4.98 

30,92 



9,62 

1,13 

1.16 

27.04 

45,10 

116.87 
45.10 

28.44 
15.26 
7.98 

24,46 
13,37 
2.48 
38.62 
51.49 

4,05 
46.74 
65.21 
25,15 
15,10 

1.62 

7.07 

27.40 

26 . 35 

23.44 

13.18 
75.93 
23.42 
34.62 
28,95 



16 


10 


40 


39 


4 


64 


6 


95 


4 


64 


18,08 


4 


17 


1 


16 


43 


56 


43 


81 


27 


82 


38 


06 


II 


36 


9 


27 


66 


61 


42 


92 


61 


44 


3 


4H 


42 


78 


4,09 


7 


03 


14.06 


4 


68 


10 


,35 


27 


94 


47 


.46 


13 


55 


,50 


49 


24 


.45 



22,59 
13,38 
34.78 
56,21 
8.92 

25.31 
9,74 
20,40 
11.87 
35,39 

2.90 

1 ,29 

1 5 , 53 

12,05 

2.42 

19,44 
37,09 
27 82 
13.03 
17.26 

23.18 

39,90 

5.98 

2.78 

14.49 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Kame of Taipajtr 



Baghy, F. S. I,. . 
Bagby, John.. . . 
Bagbv, .Jesse,. . . 

B.w, W. H 

Bair, W.H 



Bair, Lawrence. 

Bain, .7 

Bailey, Harry. . , 
Bailey, A.. A'.. .., 
Bailey, M. H..., 



Bailey, .A-rthur S.. . . 
Bailey, Arthur S.. . . 
Baker, Wm.E. &M. 

Baker, Olive S 

Baker, Olive S 



Baker, -Tohn... . 
Baker, John.. . . 

Baker, John 

Baker, Fred L.. 
Baker, P. A.... 



Baker, Henry A. 

Baker, A.J; 

Baker, J. V 

Baker, Louis S. . 
Baker, Louifa. . . . 



Baker, B. F. (Heirs).... 

Baker. Geo. T 

Baker. Mary , . 

Bilker, Mnry 

Baker, Wm. D. & N . L. . 



Baker, .Juliette 

Baker, T. M 

Baker, F.M.&M. A.. 

Baker, Eh & Ida 

Baker, Mark C 



Baker, .'Vllison & E. L.. 

Baker, Chas 

Baker, Chas 

Baker, -A. H 

Baker, W. B 



Baker, W. B 

Baker, Francis 5L 
Baker, Frerl J . . . . 
Baker, L. <fc Lura. . 
Ball, Larkin 



Ball, Henry A... 
Ball, Harriett L. 

Ball, Warren 

Ball, Wallace.... 
Ball, M 



Baldwin, George.. . . 

Ball, Geo 

Ball, J. E. &R. E.. 

Ball, J. A 

Ball, D. C. & R. D. 



Ball, Rosina 

Baldwin, M. P 

Baldwin, George 

Baldwin, George 

BaJdwin, Thos. R.& I.L. . 

Baldwin, A. A 

Ballou, Eunice P 

Ballou, H.B 

Balraer, Christ 

Balfour-Guthrie Inv. Co.. . 

Ballard, Cyrus K. (Heirs) . 

Balsmeier, Henry 

Bamford, Geo. C 

Bamford, Geo. C 

Ban, S 



Ban, S 

Ban, Matt 

Bany, Mary 

Banes, Wm. H. . 
Bankus, Martin.. 



Bankus, Andrew R.. . 
Bank of Oregon City. 
Bank of Oregon City. 

Barger, Seth L 

Barnes, E. W 



Bamea, Wm 

Barnes, N.N. (Heirs). 
Barnes, J.S.&M.A... 

Barnes, Laura J 

Barker. Grant N 



icres Oultivated 



No. of 
Acres 



issessment 
Per Aore 



Acres Uncultivated 



No. of 
Acres 



Per Aore 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



fioildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Wonld 
EaT< Been 



Single Tax 



1910 ¥onld 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax ¥onld 

Em Been 



10 

4 

30 



27 



48. OS 



20 
9 



4H 
6 



10 
40 

14 

12 

3.72 
10 

5 

60 
8 

17.(57 
30 
15 

55 
50 
18 
90 
20 

70 
20 
10 
6 
50 



50 



.8.50 
9 

48 



$ 30.00 
3.";. 00 
31.65 



100.00 



59.26 



95.73 



80.00 
80.00 



IIS. 55 
60.00 



6S.00 
50.00 

SO. 00 
45.00 
43.04 
47., 50 
60.00 

60.00 
90.00 

107.48 

105 
60.00 

50.00 
50.00 
20.00 
.50.00 
50.00 

65.44 
60.00 
60.00 
30.00 
46.00 

60.00 



20.00 
80.00 



37.50 
40.00 



20.00 
60.41 



60.00 



60.00 



56.47 
40.00 
104.16 



46.24 
58.33 
60.00 



52 . .50 

S2.77 



37.03 



300.00 

55.00 
65.00 
80.00 
40.00 
1.50.00 



230 

26 

SO 
640 
160 

None 

13 

77.60 
160 
160 

2.45 

None 
5 
25 
2.50 

15.50 

2»i.76 

25.20 

20 

19 

26 
28 
40 
30 
2. 35 

100 
17.54 

None 

None 

25 

105 
30 
62 
80 
20 

' 182.65 
34. SO 
46.09 
74 
30 

I 

4 
40 
64 

6.50 

8.50 
20 
20 
16 

1 

640 

48.60 
108 

40 

59 

5 

251.75 

653.59 

640 

19.25 

40 
None 
40 
39 
34.30 

42.13 
26.50 
20 
21 
102.90 

27 
31 
25 
80 
40 

15 

3.50 
6.35 

2 
None 

100 

114.97 

108.25 



9. IS 
9.60 
10.00 
5.00 
S.09 

100.00 

69.24 

29.64 

15.00 

5.00 

40.81 
29.96 
30.00 
.36.00 
40.00 

64.51 
27,81 
29.76 
15.00 
15.00 

15.00 
10.00 
13.00 
10.00 
17.01 

20.00 
54.16 
49.80 
50.00 
16.00 

20.00 
20.65 
5.00 
20.00 
15.00 

16.60 
20.00 
19.96 
6.08 
10.00 

20.00 
5.00 

30.00 
6.56 

40.00 

40.00 
12.50 
12.50 
12.50 
20.00 

15.00 

5.34 

27.77 

12.50 

6.93 

40.00 
20.00 
19.58 
4.00 
26.00 

15.00 
17.12 
8.25 
38.46 
87.46 

10.00 
11.32 
15.00 
26.19 
20.40 

20.00 
20.00 
25.00 
12.50 
14.00 

13.33 
571.43 

94.48 
200.00 
155.00 

25.00 
25.06 
10.00 
13 64 
80 09 



2,400 

390 

1 ,450 

3,200 

800 

100 

900 

3,900 

2,400 

800 

(00 
4,600 

ISO 
2,500 

820 

1,520 

1,160 

750 

9.50 

2,280 

1,090 
820 
680 
775 
340 

5,600 
1,670 
1,900 
3,150 
1,300 

4,850 
3,120 
670 
6,100 
1,300 

7,620 
1,890 
1,520 
630 
2,600 

80 

20 

1,200 

740 

420 

340 
250 
250 
350 
60 

9,600 
480 

3,725 
500 
410 

200 

8,020 

13,000 

2,560 

980 

600 

480 

690 

6,500 

3,000 

420 
1 ,225 
3,800 

790 
2,100 

540 

830 

3,525 

1,000 

560 

1,200 

2,000 

600 

400 

6,600 

7,450 

5,460 

1,320 

190 

750 



780 



225 



100 



255 

200 

75 

150 



100 
300 

lis 

270 
300 

210 
340 
275 
100 
560 

575 
135 
470 
300 
315 

650 
395 
550 
920 
465 

600 



40 



325 



400 



100 
270 



510 



40 
450 



205 



250 
285 
200 



SO 

450 

SO 



535 
,145 



535 



ISO 

785 
425 
200 
25 
140 



2,-100 

390 

2,230 

3,200 

80O 

32S 

900 

4,000 

2,400 

800 

355 
4,800 

225 
2,650 

820 

1,620 
1,460 
865 
1,220 
2,580 

1,300 

1,160 

955 

87 

900 

6,175 
1,805 
2,370 
3,450 

i,6r 

5,. 500 
3,515) 
1,220 
7,020 
1,765 

8,220 
1,890 
1,520 
650 
2,675 



6,750 

8,235 

5,885 

1 ,520 

215 

890 



200 

100 

1,430 



900 



255 

3.360 

75 

1,030 

360 

3.10 
495 
115 
760 
1,695 

700 
760 

385 

475 
775 

2,975 

425 

1,490 

1,950 

975 

2,300 
1,865 
820 
3,620 
1,165 

4.030 

soo! 

400- 

I6S| 

1,875 



120 
20 


80 


1,200 




1,065 
420 

340 


540 
80 


250 




250 




350 
460 

9,600 


100 
420 


580 

3,995 

500 


260 
665 


920 

240 
8,470 
13,000 
2,560 


510 

40 
2,435 


1,185 
600 


475 


730 

975 

6,700 

3,000 


585 

S70 

3,355 


420 




1,275 

4,250 

840 

2,100 


750 

3,050 

185 


540 




1,365 
4,670 
1,000 


665 
2,670 


560 




1,735 

2,000 

600 


1,175 


400 





3,340 

3.485 
2,000 

410 
50 

490 



2.200$ 
290, 
800 

3,200 
800 

100 

900 

3,100 

2,400 

800 

100 
1,440 

150 
1,620 

460 

1,290 
96S 
750 
460 

885 

600 
400 
570 

40o; 

,25| 

3,200 
1,3801 

880l 
1,500 

640 

3,200 
1,650 

400 
3,400 

600 

4,200 
1,090 
1,120 

485 
800 

40 

20, 

1,200 

525' 

340 

340: 
250 
250 
250 
40, 

9,600 

320 
3,330: 

SOO 

410 



200 
6,035' 
13,000' 
2,560 

710 

600 

145 

405 

3,345 

3,000 

420 
525 

1,200 
655 

2,100 

540 

700 

2,000 

1,000 

560 

560 

2,000 

600 

400 

3.410 

4,750 
3,885 
1,110: 

16.51 
400! 



52 . 80 
8.58 
49.06 
65.60 
16.96 

8.45 
22.95 
62.00 
48.00 
16.00 

7.45 
81.60 

5 62 
45.05 
13.94 

41.31 
23.36 
13.83 
18.30 
38 . 70 

19.50 
19.72 
17.19 
14.87 
13. SO 

99.81 
46.03 
60 44 
87.98 
40.38 

82.50 
52.73 
21.96 
105.30 
26.48 

123.30 
30.24 
24.32 
12.35 
45.48 

1.80 

.36 

19.80 

19.16 

6.93 

5.61 

3.75 
3. 75 
5.25 
6.90 

240.00 

10. S5 

59.92 

8. 25 

19.32 

5.04 

127.05 

260.00 

48.68 

17.77 

12.00 
10.95 
14.63 
127.30 
54.00 

9.24 

21.68 

119.00 

23.52 

33.60 

8.91 
21.84 
79.40 
25.00 
12.88 

34.70 

65.00 

15.00 

6.00 

178.87 

123.52 

88.27 

22.80 

3.23 

22 . R3 



-4— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



NameofTupayer 




General Tropertj Assessments is 1910 



Oa Lail 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
issessment 



Single Tai 
Bxemptions 
1910¥onld 
Have Been 



Single lai 



1910 ■Would 
Have Been 



Actual Tai 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tai ■ffonld 

Eava Been 



Barens Frank & A 

Bard, L. E 

Bard, Chas. S 
Bard. Wm. A 
Barels, Henry 

Barber, C. P 
Barkas, Mary A 
Bartell, Eriok & Selma 
Barney, S. D 
Barron, Alary A 

Bartnik, John 
Barlow, Mar. 
Barlow, Mary E 
Barlow, C.U... 
Barlow, C.U.& A.P 

Barlow, F.T.,Mr,'i... 
Barton, Simeon C 
Barton, Geo. D 
Barton, Geo. D 
Barrett. J., Co 

Barth, John 
Barth, Henry 
Barth, F.W.^L.M, 
Bartsch, Robert (Heirsl. 
Bartch, Robert (Heirs) 

Barnett, .1. H. & Agnes.. 
Barnett, Chas 
Barnaril, Geo. F 
Barstow, Christina A. 
Barstow, Christina 

Barstow, B.F. (Heirs) 
Barstow, Josepl\ 
Bargfield,F.& J.C 
Bartlemay, Albert 
Bartlemay, Leander 

Bartlemay, C. A 
Bartlemay, Chas. A 

Baphor, .T. K 

Bashor, .T. K 

Basher, J. K 



Basford, E. L 

Baty, Robert (Heirs) 
Baty, Mable 
Batty, Robert 
Battin, Thos. E, 

Batten, J. B.. .. 
Batke, Stephen 
Bates, J. C. . . . 
Bates, Sarah E 
Bates. F. W 

Bates, Chas. L.&E.W 
Bates, Chas. L.&E.W 
Bates, Chas. L 

Bates, C. L 

Bates, Chas. T. & Anna 

Battagalia, C.G.&S 
Baurer, Jacob 
Bauer. G. A... . 
Bauer, Henry V 
Baurer, Fred 

Baurer, Fred 
Bauman, Wolfgang 
Bauernfeind, Istalina 
Baumgartner, John 
Bazanais, Jos 

Bealey, R.J.&E.L 
Beaton, Alex 

Beach, F. E 

Beard, T. E. & Mattie 
Beard, Wm 

Beard, Wm 

Beaulien, A 

Beatie, R. B 

Beaverton ^t W. R. R. Co . 

Beaverton & W. R. R. Co . 

Beaverton & W. R. R. Co . 
Beaverton & W. R. R. Co. 
Beaverton & W. R. R. Co . 
Beaverton & W. R. R. Co . 
Beaverton & W. R. R. Co. 

Beaverton & W. R. R. Co . 
Beck, Chas 
Beck, Emil. .. 
Beck, Mathias, 
Beck, Albert 



2f> 00 
30 00 
59.92, 
97.79 
14.7/ 



450 


$ 175 


$ 


700 


* 




1,210 


860 




2,425 


1,180 




400 


* 




660 






750 






1,200 


475 




900 


305 




1,250 


140 




2.S0 


* 




3„S0C 


* 




6,40« 


Hi 




90C 






960 


!K 




1,560 


# 




2,920 


125 




5,88C 


400 




900 


100 




455 


* 




1,310 


1,260 




725 


830 




1,69C 


100 




1,88C 


690 




640 


60 




2,700 


570 




225 


* 




l,00t 






450 


* 




375 






330 


25 




64( 


« 




1,25C 


345 




735 






1,700 


100 




930 






800 


* 




20( 


* 




20( 


* 




200 


* 




2,415 


485 




3,09C 


20C 




7C 


150 




I5C 






10,500 


575 




800 


* 




85( 


250 




l,17( 


325 




7C 


170 




1,575 


450 




25 






140 


350 




l-,00( 


* 




75 


575 




30 


» 




3,900 


305 




2,34C 


635 




40C 


* 




90C 


♦ 




440 


30 




340 






2,250 


200 




75 


45 




3,55C 


335 




800 


* 




200 






2,020 


380 




60C 


* 




65C 






3,200 


575 




300 


* 




1,70C 


675 




6,60C 


lOO 




3,000 






430 


* 




1,050 


* 




150 


* 




1,000 


1,000 




1,600 


* 




600 






3,000 






320 


0)6 




2,280 


260 




1,500 
750 


200 

* 





625 

700 

2,070 

3,605 

400 

660 

750 

1,675 

1 ,205 

1,390 

250 

3, .500 

6,400 

900 

960 

1,560 
3,045 
6,280 
1,000 
455 

2,570 
1,555 
1.790 
2,570 
700 

3,270 
225 

1,000 
450 
375 

355 
640 

1,595 
735 

1,800 

930 
800 
200 
200 
200 

2,900 

3,290 

320 

150 

11,075 

800 
1,100 
1,495 

240 
2,025 

25 

490 

1,000 

6,50 

30 

4,205 

2,975 

400 

900 

470 

340 
2,450 

120 
3,885 

800 

200 

2,400 

600 

650 

3,775 

300 
2,375 
6,700 
3,000 

430 

1,050 

150 

2,000 

1,600 

600 

3,000 

480 

2,540 

1,700 

750 



455 



1,670 

2,805 



250 
360 
1 ,035 
305 
630 



1,245 

1,480 
405 



1,760 

1,015 

990 

1,290 

60 

1,300 

"326 

"2i6 

50 



850 

410 

1,000 

790 



1,590 

1,700 

205 

105 

6,740 



700 
715 
205 

1,425 

10 
430 



575 



1,520 
1,705 



225 

115 

1,560 

45 

1,910 



135 

780 



200 
1,685 



1,275 
1,310 
2,100 



75 
1,475 



300 

1,020 
160 
450 
900 



170$ 

700, 

400' 

800 

400 

410 

390 

640 

900 

760 

I 

250 

3, .500 

6.400' 

900 

960 

1,560 
1 ,800! 
4,800 

S95i 
455' 

8I0' 
540' 
800 
1 ,2801 
6401 



1 ,9701 
225. 
680, 
450 
165 

305 
640 
745 
325 
800 

140 
800 
200 
200 
200 

1,310 

1,590 

15 

45 
4,335 

800 
400 
780 
35 
600 

15 

60 

1,000 

75 
30 

2,685 

l,270i 

400 

900 

245 

225 

890 

75 

1,975 

800 

65 

1,620 

600 

450 

2,090 

300 

1,100 

5,390 

900 

430 

1,050 
75 

525 
1,600 

300 

1,980 
320 

2,090 
800 
7S0l 



15.62$ 
12. Ill 
48. ?0 
102.71 
10.00 

16.50 
18.75 
28.48 
18.35 
26.41 

5.50 

63.00 

105.60 

14.85 

15.84 

31.20 
51.77 
113.04 
18.00 
11.37 

43.69 
26.43 
26.85 
51.40 
14.00 

81.75 
4.72 

15.00 
9.90 
8.26 

7.80 
14.08 
23.92 
11.03 
48.60 



16.74 
14.40 
4.70 
4. 70 
4.70, 

57.98 

64.16 

4.62 

3.90 

282.41 

16.80 
19.80 
22.42 
7.20 
45.93 

.65 

12.74 
17.00 
16.91 

.78 

107.22 

44.63 

7.60 

14.85 

7.99 

7.82 
49.00 

1.92 
58.28 
21.60 

6.50 
60.00 
12.00 
13.65 
79.27 

6.30 

47.50 

103.85 

70.50 

10.11 

24.67 
3.98 
53.00 
37.60 
14.10 

70.50 
10.08 
76.20 
28.90 
11.25 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taxpayer 



Acres Cultivated 



Ko.of 
icree 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



Acres TJncultiTated 



No. of 
Acres 



Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings i 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Would 
Have Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Tould 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax ¥onTd 

flare Been 



Bechell, T.H.&W.A.. 

Beckley & Fields 

Beckley, C. L.&C.R.. 
Becker, L.C.& C. E... 
Becker, Richard 



Beckinan, .Tohn 

Bedford J. Irving. . 
Beer, J.U.&A.&C. 

Beer, Nicholas 

Beers, Fraak 



Beers, Frank 

Beers, Frank 

Beers, Frank 

Beers, Frank & LilHe.. 
Beers, Geo. W 



Beers, E., Sr 

Beer3, E., Jr 

Beebe, G T. & R. 
Beebe, G. T. & R. 
Beebe, G. T. & R. 



Beeaon, J. B. & A. E.. . 
Beeson, J. B. & A. E.. . 

Beeson, J. B 

Beeson, A. H 

Biersdorf, V. F 



Bell, Geo. & Bertha , 
Bell, Geo. & Bertha 
Bell, Wm. & A. W.. 

Bell, Jas 

Bell. Jas 



Bell, Jas. F 

Bell, Anna E 

BeUig, Otilla 

Bellmore, Nel.son.. 
Belding, Henry A. . 

Belding, Henry A.. 
Belding. Sarah P.. 
Belding, Lizzie . . . . 
Belding, Lizzie . . . . 
Bennett, John W. . 

Bennett, John W. . 

Bennett, .Tohn 

Bennett, Edward. . 

Bennett, Albert 

Benson, John 



Bentley, C. J 

Bentley, Geo, W 

Bentley, L. E. & Ida. 
Bentley, L. E. & Ida. 
Bengston, B. A 

Bengston. B. A 

Bent, Marie 

Benolkin, Maggie A. . 

Berglund, P. E 

Berglund, P. E 



Bergman, C. H. . 
Berhendt. Julius 

Berg, S. B 

Berg, S B 

Berg, S. B 



Berreth, John 

Berkev, Noah 

Bervin, K. & S 

Bernert, Joseph — 
Bernegger. Ulrich.. 

Bernegger, Emilie., 
Bergstrom, Ole. . . . 
Bergstrom, I. G.. . 
Berry. Augustiis. . . 
Berner, Conrad. . . . 



Berner, Conrad . . . 
Bergerson, W. 0.. 
Bernier, Pearl. . . . 
Berger, A. & J.. . . 
Berger. Rose 



Berger, Rose 

Bergreen, August. 
Bernard, Lacy.. . . 

Berg, R. B 

Berg, Jorgen J 



15 
7 
32.42 



22 

* 

35 
10 

52 

28 



11.06 



14 
9 
9 

30 

I 

12 

* 

6.S 73 
26 

10 



35 



6.90 
30 

Fi'.icti 



30 



Berg, Chas 7 

Berg, John 10 

Berg, O. W 6 

Best, W. M * 

Bestow, M. A I 2.30 



26.66 
121.42 
92.53 
50.00 
243.75 

140.90 



45.71 
50.00 
40.00 

40.00 



40.00 

40.00 
40.00 
46.00 



45.00 



40.00 
40.00 
40.00 
70.83 
60.00 



40.00 
'66.66 



60.00 
50.01 



72.33 
80.26 



75.00 



50.00 
50.00 



30.00 
45.00 



21.43 
175.00 
20.00 
20,00 

40.00 
20.00 



54.92 
55.00 



25.00 
50,00 



50.00 
40.00 



20.00 
100.00 



100.00 
55.00 



40 00 



55.00 



85.71 
80.00 
60.00 



434.70 



185 


$ 5.95 


■S 


.98 


56,12 




None 


,?4,0f 




29.90 


26 76 




86 


100,00 




3.17 


72,55 




80 


5,0C 




67.76 


13, 2f 




20. OC 


25,00 




38.86 


12,86 




11.88 


16.83 




280 


II .00 




20 


12.50 




20 


12.50 




28 


10.00 




3 


13.33 




34.25 


11.97 




69 


10. OO 




34.81 


10.05 




5.64 


16.38 




44,50 


9.89 




20 


8.00 




40 


15. OO 




40 


7.50 




40 


15.00 




38.50 


10.00 




34.90 


10.00 




42 


10.00 




34 


32.35 




274 


30,00 




25 


108.00 




II 


20,00 




26 


16,34 




10 


25.00 




44.25 


19.86 




1.75 


56.56 




9 25 


19.35 




138.80 


19.95 




52.37 


19.85 




None 


35.00 




17.44 


34,40 




40 


5.00 




80 


5.00 




19.44 


25,72 




299 


20.00 




None 


15.00 




7.69 


18. .W 




60 


13.33 




71 


7.75 




36.20 


4.00 




38.58 


2.59 




138.50 


7.22 
80.00 




57 


4.82 




10 


6 00 




19 


10.53 




58 


5.00 




14.59 


24.66 




None 


25.03 




19.36 


24.80 




70 


15.00 




14. 


25.00 




40 


12.00 




14.69 


20.42 




52 


15.38 




20 


20 00 




15 


20.00 




80 


11.25 




158 


5.00 




None 


30.00 




8 


SO 00 




65.22 


19.93 




None 






30 


40.00 




80 


25.00 




40 


25.00 




164 


8.80 




3 


66.67 




IS. 37 


24.33 




50 


8.00 




3 


40.00 




4.28 


39.71 




4,78 


25.00 




40 


8.00 




None 


307.83 





1,500$ 
90S. 
3,000 
1,200 
5.935 

3,330 
400 
2,500 
1,000 
2,580 



1,320 

3,080 

250 

250 

360 

200 

570 

2,990 

350 

60 

575 
160 
600 
300 
600 

510 

5S0 

1,540 

1,525 

10,620 

2,700 
220 
585 
250 

1,120 

100 

420 

3,470 

1,040 

800 

2,125 
200 
400 
500 

8,900 

250 
190 
800 
700 
1,945 

100 

1,300 

i,6S5 

455 

660 

240 

S30 

360 

3,775 

1,910 

1,300 
400 
480 
500 

1,120 

400 
2,050 
900 
830 
510 

1,090 
2,9.S0 
100 
1,200 
2.000 

I 000 
4,640 

200 
2,025 

400 

720 
970 
480 
320 
1,000 



100$ 



SO 
ISO 
965 

350 

* 

200 

255 

1,155 



50 
50 

50 
ISO 
705 



ISO 
380 



1 25 



420 

50 

600 



SO 



285 



ISO 



200 
220 



SO 
835 



200 
390 



100 
275 



ISO 
200 



440 



210 
265 



995 

80 



300 

175 

1,090 

100 

100 
100 
ISO 

400 



1,600 
905 
3,050 
1,350 
6,900 

3,680 

400 

2,700 

l,2SS 

3,735 

1 ,320 

3,080 

250 

300 

410 

250 

720 

3,695 

350 

60 

725 
540 
600 
300 
600 

635 

S50 

1,960 

1,575 

1 1 ,220 

2,700 



1,500 

2,045 

455 

1,150 

340 

805 

360 

3,775 

1,910 

1,300 
400 
480 
650 

1,320 

400 
2,490 

900 
1,040 

775 

1,090 
3 945 
180 
1,200 
2.000 

1 ,000 
4.940 

375 
3.115 

500 

820 

1,070 

630 

320 

1,400 



410 
465 

1,105 
335 

4,415 

1,855 



1,.335 
SOS 

2.565 

650 



50 

no 

160 

260 

2,505 



255 
380 



210 
ISO 

1,260 
285 

1,800 



220 




635 
250 


145 


1,120 
100 


I<i0 


470 
3,520 
n040 


215 
470 


1,085 

2,125 
TOO 


695 

875 


400 




SOO 




9,050 

450 
410 
800 


2,270 

375 
250 


750 
2.780 

100 


160 

2,475 



400 

1,245 

140 

910 

130 
405 



2,0:5 
885 



100 
25 



270 
400 



1,490 



240 
620 



345 

2,045 

80 



2,795 
175 

1,980 
100 

420 
500 
360 



690 



1,190 

440 

1,945 

1,015 

2,485 

1 ,825 
400 

1,365 
750 

1,170 

670 

3,080 
2^0 
250 
3C0 

90 

460 

1,190 

350 

60 

470 
160 
600 
300 
600 

425 

400 

700 

1,290 

9,420 

2,700 
220 
490 
2S0 
960 

100 

2SS 

3,050 

1,040 

390 

1,250 
200 
400 
500 

6,780 

75 
160 
800 
590 
305 

100 
1. 100 
800 
315 
240 

210 

400 

360 

1,720 

1,025 

1,200 
375 
480 
380 
920 

400 
1,000 
900 
800 
155 

745 
1,900 

100 
I 200 
2.000 

1,000 
2,145 

200 
1 135 

400 



400 
570 
270 
320 
710 



24.00 
23.08 
77.78 
20.25 
137.99 

93 . 84 
10.00 
43.20 
20.08 
56,02 

26,40 
59,40 

3 . 75 
4 50 
7.38 

3.75 

10.80 

81 .29 

7 70 

1.32 

10.87 
8.10 

15.00 
4. SO 

13.20 

9.53 

8.25 

39.20 

51.99 

185.13 

98.55 
3.52 
9. S3 
3.7S 

17.92 

I 60 

7.S2 

56.32 

16.64 

21.70 

42.50 

4.20 

8.40 

7.50 

188.25 

7.65 

6.97 

16.80 

15.75 

41.69 

I SO 
22.50 
52.15 

6.83 
17 25 

5.10 
14 64 

5.94 
62.29 
31.52 

19.50 

6.00 

7 20 

10.40 

22.44 

6 SO 
37.35 
18.00 

20 00 
I I 63 

16.35 
65 10 
4 SO 
25.20 
42 00 

21 00 
102.48 

9.64 
51 .39 
13.25 

12.30 
20.87 
(2.39 
5.76 
15.50 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






Icres CulliTatod 


Acres DnoultiYated 


General Property Assessments in 1910 


Single Tai 
Uiemptions 
1910 Tonld 
Have Been 


Single Tai 
Assessment 
1910 Would 
Uave Been 


Actual Tai 

Paid for 

1910 


Tax for 1910 

Dnder Single 

Tai ¥onId 

Hare Been 


Kame ofT&ipajer 


No. of 
Acres 


Assessment 
Per Acre 


No. of 

Acres 


Assessment 
Per Acre 


On land 


Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
Assessment 


Besselleu, J.N & H B 


15 
35 

* 

40 

16 

* 

4 

* 
* 

25 


e 65 00 

66.30 


65 
45 

16.44 
24.90 

11 

4 
80 

3 

5 
14.75 

IS 
40 

9.50 
80 

8 

40 
34 
20 

None 
40.50 

71.59 

Front 
15 
II 
3.58 

4.78 
None 
None 
.46 
33.50 

None 
32 
32 
10 

None 

80 

152 

S 

320 

156 

6 
9. 56 

22 . 98 
27 
None 

11 
4 

None 
20 
4.7 

15 
40 
6.89 
17.50 
15 

37.50 

31 

84.82 

39.50 

86.74 

78.50 
12 

2.68 
30 
129.82 

None 
60 

2J^ 
20 
36 

44.09 
10 
None 
40 
31 

78 
10 
35 
11 
20 

20.67 
40 
68 
39.79 

None 


5 23.07 
22.22 
12.47 
16.07 
25.00 

6.25 
5.00 
15,00 
12.00 
15.59 

25.00 
25,00 
42.10 
5.00 
10.00 

6.00 

5.00 

6.00 

20.00 

9.87 

13.13 

■■■■i6!66 

36.37 
75.00 

200.00 

600.00 

200.00 

54.36 

25.10 

20.00 
17.19 
20.00 
20.00 
40,00 

10.00 

5.00 

120.00 

18.75 
5.00 

7S.00 
80.02 
48.95 
29.62 
60.00 

40,00 
100.00 


$ 2,475 

3,375 

205 

2,000 

275 

500 
400 
205 
60 
230 

1,750 

1,000 

3,100 

400 

160 

240 
320 
120 
40 
400 

1,000 
100 

1,450 
400 
300 

950 
600 
500 
1,730 
590 

790 
3,050 
1,165 

200 
50 

800 
880 
600 
6,000 
840 

1,050 

765 

1,725 

3,100 

60 

440 
1,600 

50 
800 

2,725 

1,525 
400 
605 

1,550 
375 

950 
1,300 
4,725 

500 
2,000 

1,280 
430 
550 
700 
890 

1,485 

1,560 

900 

520 

520 

2,500 

1,250 

325 

200 

1,280 

430 

250 

2,750 

1,560 

800 

6,80r 

2,800 

5,860 

1,600 

400 


$ 


S 2,475 
3,825 

205 
2,320 

275 

850 
400 
460 
60 
230 

2,020 

1,075 

3,665 

400 

160 

240 
360 
120 
290 
500 

1,000 
100 

1,475 
400 
300 

950 
1,125 
1,105 
1,780 

590 

1,055 

3,770 

1,315 

200 

200 

800 
2,200 

600 
6,000 

840 

2,160 

765 

1,875 

3,300 

60 

440 

1,700 

130 

800 

3,075 

1,775 
400 
985 

2,335 
375 

950 
1,580 
5,125 

500 
2,300 

1,490 
455 
650 
800 
930 

2,385 

1,560 

975 

530 

680 

2,600 

1,735 

325 

200 

1,280 

455 

350 

2,750 

1,560 

1,255 

7,400 
3,430 
6,260 
I,6O0 

650 


$ 630 
2,050 


$ l,>)45 
1 ,775 

205 
1 ,040 

275 

120 

400 

10.5 

60 

230 

1,000 

1,000 

1,660 

400 

100 

240 
200 
120 
5 
400 

1,000 
100 
400 
400 
300 

950 
600 
400 
1,710 
590 

300 

1,410 

840 

200 

10 

800 
800 
600 
6,000 
800 

750 

765 

1,415 

1,480 

30 

440 

1,200 

50 

800 
1,330 

600 
400 
440 
960 
37S 

950 
870 

1,980 
500 

1,670 

1.280 
330 
435 
400 
615 

420 
1,560 
600 
520 
400 

775 
600 
100 
200 
1,020 

400 

250 

1,200 

1,00c 

80C 

2,01£ 
1,60C 
3,I6C 
1,60( 
10( 


s 37.12 

75.25 

5.13 

46.40 

4.39 

31.35 

10.00 

10.55 

1.38 

5.39 

30.30 

16.13 

73.33 

9.20 

3.52 

3 60 
5.40 
1.80 
4.35 
10.00 

15.00 
3.35 

30.97 
7.00 
9.75 

18.05 
39.80 
25.97 
37.38 
10.03 

15.82 

64.09 

21.03 

3.20 

5.20 

14.40 
46.20 
19.50 
105.00 
17.64 

55.08 
19.50 
47.81 
49.50 
1.38 

10.56 
42.50 
2.34 
12.80 
49.21 

28.39 

6.00 

16.74 

35.03 

6.19 

14.25 
23.70 
128.13 
10.00 
34.50 

22.35 
6.82 
12.35 
24.00 
20.46 

50.08 
31.20 
19.49 
10.40 
12.24 

45.50 

28.46 

5.36 

4.60 

22.72 

14.10 

S.2E 
44.0c 
24. 9t 
20. Oi 

118. 4f 
S3.i; 
93. 9C 
25. 6( 
10. 4( 


S 42.77 


Besselleu, J. N.&H B .. 
Bettinger, E. L 


450 

* 

320 
350 

* 

255 

* 

270 

75 

565 

* 


56. 3S 
8.29 




40.00 


1,280 


35.32 




6.86 




29.68 


730 


4.10 




13.65 




40.00 


355 


3.76 


Bickford. Geo. H 


2.15 






8.35 




55.00 


1,020 

75 
2,005 


33.18 




33.18 


Biddle, Margaret B 

Biddle, Wm 


30 

* 

2 
6 


90.00 


52.71 
13.00 


Bieser, E. J 


40.00 


60 


4.47 




* 

40 

* 

250 
100 

* 
* 

25 

* 

* 
525 
605 
50 

* 

265 
720 
150 
* 
150 

* 
1,320 

* 


S.56 


Biedenstein, Henry A 


25.00 


160 


4.64 

2.78 


Biggs, Thos. C 


160.00 


285 
100 

l',675 


.12 


Biggs, Wm. L 


13.24 




* 
* 

25 
* 

* 

* 

1 

2 

31 

* 

15 
50 
10 

* 

* 

8 

* 

4 

4 

* 

6 
23 

H 

* 
8 
.12 

* 

50 

25 

* 

5 
20 

* 

* 

14 

75 
* 

10 




23.18 


Bigger, H. J. & E.J 

Bill, D. K. 


River 
52.00 


6.58 
14.32 
10.87 








19.75 








37.15 


Birkemeier, F. W 


600 
250.00 
55.00 


535 

705 

70 


37.50 




14.09 


Birkemeier, Emma 


80.43 
16.15 


Birtchett, Mary 


52.66 
50.00 
52.50 


755 
2,360 

475 


6.95 


Birtchett, Elizabeth 


38.87 
30.81 




4.96 


Bissell, W. E. & J. H 

Bittner Chris 


200.00 


190 


.47 
33.17 




15.00 


1,400 


23.73 




39.50 








158.88 




20.00 
150.00 

'"ioo'.oo 

100.00 
120.00 


40 
1,410 


23.73 


Black, J. E. M 

Black JEM . 


1,110 
* 
ISO 
200 


28.24 
28.80 


Black, J. E. M 

Black, FrankUn E. & M 

BInfk Pprrv 


460 

1,820 

30 


53.27 

34.31 

1.01 


Blark H A 


* 
100 
80 

* 

350 

250 

* 

380 
785 

* 

* 
280 
400 

* 

300 

210 
25 
100 
100 
40 

900 

* 

75 
160 

100 

475 


17.03 


Blaue, F. H. & Louisa & E. . 
Rlflfkhiirn F M 


150.00 


500 
80 


45.10 
1.61 






40.00 
24.57 

15.00 
10.00 
37.10 
25.65 
25.00 

25.33 
19.35 
12.38 
12.66 
17.29 

16.31 
22.00 
93.28 
10.00 
3.98 

15.00 
26.00 
120.00 
26.00 
10.00 

11.00 
20.00 
20.00 
5.00 
30.00 

5.00 
25.00 
21.43 
40.00 
40.00 

14.51 
20.00 
20.00 
40.21 
20.00 


19.95 


Blanchard. Thos. & J 

Blanchard, T. & M 


52.50 
52.00 

■■"7o!66 

55.00 


1,745 
1,175 


33.57 

15.15 
9.37 


Blair, G.F 


545 
1,375 


11.53 

33.35 




9.35 








22.02 




50.00 
49.00 


7i6 
3,145 


20.17 


Blanton. M. E 


80.13 
15.91 




50.00 


630 

210 
125 
215 
400 
315 

1,965 


38.71 




39.67 




3 
2 
10 

25 

27.92 

* 

2 '-5 
* 

4 

25 
20 

5 

* 

3 
2 


55.00 

150,00 

40.00 

15.00 

53.05 


7.65 


Blazer S E 


12.43 


Bletoh Wm H 


24.51 




18 97 


Bliss, George & Ella 

Blount. Rarah K 


16.41 
51.65 


240.00 

■■■■46.66 

80.00 
52.50 
65.00 


375 

286 

1,825 

1,125 

225 


17.71 


Blount. Dudley R 

Blomwick. Christian 


17.21 
11.32 

31.06 




15.75 




3.53 




* 


6.51 




116.67 
20.00 


360 

55 

100 

1,550 

560 

455 

5,385 
1,830 
3,100 

. ... 


38.30 




25 
100 


16.10 




5.79 




25 
14 


80.00 
80.00 


39.93 






24.94 


Bluhm G Sr 


455 

600 
630 
400 

250 


19.95 




80 
40 
90 

* 

5 


80.00 

SO. 00 

50.00 

86'6o 


50 26 


Bluhmi Julia A. C. & Aug 


38 64 

) 73.25 




39 91 


Bluhm, Hannah. ^ 


550 


) 2.50 



-7— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



KuneofTtipajer 



Bly, CD. (Heirs)., 

Bly, Elmer A 

Boatman, M. K.... 

Bock, Henry 

Bock, Ottillie 



Bock, Ottillie 

Bodkins, Dr 

Bodley, L. R., V. W.& D,. . 
Bodley, LR,HS,VW&D 
Bodley, H. S. & L. R.... 



Boe, Arndt 

Boe, Arndt 

Boe, Jens A... . . 

Boe, Jens A 

Boese, Gotiried. 



kens OnltiTated 



No. of 
icroB 



Per Acre 



20 

30 

10.28 

14 

15 

4 
2 



Boettrich, F 

Boerner, C. C. & E 

Boeckman, Ernest A., Jr... 

Boeckman, Ernest, Sr 

Boeckman, Geo. F 



2H 
12 
45 
12 



Boeckman, Edward W 12 

Boeckman, Henry F * 

Boeckman, E. F 



Boeckman, K. F. . . . 
Bogden, A. N. & A., 



Boggess, Thos 

Boggess, J. H 

Bohlander, Conrad.. . . 

Bohlander, Peter 

Bohlander, Valentine.. 



Bohlman, E. F. . 
Bchlman, E. F. . 

Bohna, Thos 

Bohren, John A. 
BoUand, Ole A.. 



BoUand, Andrew O. 
Bolland, James R... 

Bolli, Lena R 

Bond, J. L . 

Bond, Wm 



Bonnett, J. G., Mrs 

Bonney, P. E., Mrs 

Bonney, D. .) . & Sarah E. 

Bonney, Preston E 

Bonney, Preston E.& F. 



Bonney, Preston B.. 
Bonney, W. H. & L. 
Bonney, Wm. E. . , . 
Bonney, Wm. K. . . . 
Bonney, J. M. W... 



Bonfight, M 

Bonaker, Henrv C. 
Booth, Wm. J." . . . 
Boring, Sarah E. . . 
Boring, W. H 



Borland, Eva A.. . 

Borland, G. C 

Borchard, Adolph.. 
Borthwick, A. E. . . 
Borthwick, A. E.. . 



Borkholder, M. M. & R.. . 
Borg, Victor it l^.nana.. . . 

Borges. Garl 

Bornstodt & Rucg,i^ 

Bornstedt, A. G 



Borde, Joseph. 
Borde, Anna. . 
Boss, Sophia. . 
Boss, Sophia. . 
Boss, John.. . . 



Bosso, Anselmo (etal)., 

Bosholm, John 

Boswell, M. E 

Botefuhr, Frank 

Botkin, Kate W 



Botkin, O. F 

Botkin, A. W 

Bottemiller, W, H 

Bottemiller, W H 

Bottemiller, W. H 



Bourgeouis, Henry. 

Bowers, L. E 

Bower, John & E. . , 
Bowman, A. W.. 



20 



20 
IS 
35 



3H 
35 



1.65 
.93 



10 
25 
16 



3 

8 

40 



.29 



3 

7 

18.30 
40 

20 
10 
4 



44 



57.64 

35 
40 
15 

5 



Bowman, J. B | I 



45.00 
50.00 
116.73 
50.00 
41.66 

40.00 
25.00 



30.00 
60.00 



50.00 
50.00 
60.00 



2.';0.00 
80.00 
70.00 
80.00 

80.00 



Acres UncQltiTated . 



No. of 
Aores 



65.00 
20.00 



50.00 
46.67 
48.57 

100.00 



60.00 
50.00 
52.50 



62,50 
32.14 



54.35 



606.06 
53.76 



20.00 
52.00 
17.50 



600.00 
35.00 
40.00 
40.00 



60.00 
60.00 
65,00 



48.33 
40 00 
37.50 



40.00 
200.00 
106.72 

57.50 

115.00 
30.00 
75.00 



45.45 



40.00 
30.00 



29,49 

42.85 
55.00 
SO. 00 
110.00 
50.00l 



30 
50 

None 
7 
2 

21 
38 
40 
40 
65 

10 

7K 
69 

59,95 
140K 

5,09 

2i^ 

35 

27 

27 
39 
20 
25 
180 

80 
160 
20 
25 



3 

40 

87 

74 

200 

60 

None 
90 50 
22M 
21 

1 

None 
40 
23 
18 

10,50 

43 
134 

78 
160 

None 

77 

5,33 

10.40 

20 

70 
42,64 
34 
5 

12J^ 

77 
32 
121 

None 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On land 



Bnildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Assessment 



.20 

20 
50,33 

3.47 

6 
49 

3.34 
70 

5 

44,82 
36 

39.57 
62.70 
81,66 
39 

None 



125 

40 

25 

3. 

2, 



15.00 
20.00 
75.00 
21.43 
20.00 

19.05 
10.52 
8.75 
8.75 
9.07 

25.00 
23.33 
18,55 
19,70 
10.69 

25,00 
100,00 
40,00 
30.00 
40,00 

40,00 
40.00 
20.00 
15,00 
6,00 

3.12 

6.25 

20,00 

10.00 

20.00 

40.00 
15.00 
17.24 
20.00 
16,00 

20.00 
29.33 
29.83 
9.89 
25.00 

300,00 

10,00 

6 00 

6,95 

10,00 

9.52 
15,00 
4,40 

4,48! 
3.131 

600. Oo! 
8.18 
11.06 
18.21 
16.00 

20.00 
23.45 
25.00 
20.00 
12.00 

18.00 
6.25 
16.53 



17.50 

16.00 

100.86 

100.00 

13.78 

79.. 34 
6.57 
35.00 
39.71 
10.00 

5,05 
11.16 
15.18 
20,51 
10.00 

16.00 
22.00 
25.00 
67.56 

22 42 



1,350 

2,500 

1,200 

850 

665 

560 
450 
350 
350 
1,050 

1,990 
175 
1,580 
2,180 
7,200 

125 

775 

2,080 

4,200 

2,040 

2,040 
1,560 
400 
3,950 
1,480 

250 
1,000 
1,400 

950 
1,800 

820 

600 

6,300 

1,780 

4,250 

1,200 
250 

5,925 
225 
905 

1,300 

50 

240 

160 

180 

220 
1,685 
975 
350 
500 

450 
735 
380 
1,310 
320 

2,000 

2,500 

1,890 

100 

150 

1,5,30 
520 

3,500 
50 
40 

350 

925 

1,750 

4,200 

2,975 

2,56,'; 

760 

475 

1,780 

2,360 

200 
1,300 
1,450 

800 
1,700 

3,500 
3,080 
1,375 

77 .S 
100 



:$ 



200 
510 
330 
395 
335 



100 
50 



400 
340 



100 

750 



75 
275 



350 



400 
345 



270 
290 
465 



125 

* 

1,100 



1,020 

170 
580 

385 

300 
1,100 



50 
220 



1,250 
385 



715 
680 
245 
735 



330 
640 
200 



485 
460 
425 
350 



100 



1,130 

785 

25 
215 
290 

415 



355 
100 

200 

1,010 

90 

100 

155 



Single Tai 
Exemptions 
1910 ¥onld 
Have Been 



Single Tii 



1910 Would 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tai tor 1910 

Under Single 

Tax ¥ould 

Hare Been 



1,550$ 

3,010 

1,530 

1,245 

1,000 

560 
550 
350 
350 
1,100 



2,390 
515 
1,580 
2,280 
7,950 

200 
1,050 
2,080 
4,550 
2,040 

2,040 
1,560 
400 
4,350 
1,825 

250 
1,000 
1,670 
1,240 
2,265 

945 

600 

7,400 

1,780 

5,270 

1,370 
830 

6,310 
225 

1,205 



2,400 

50 

290 

160 

400 

220 

2,935 

1,360 

350 

500 

1,165 
1,415 

625 
2,045 

320 

2,330 

3,140 

2,090 

100 

150 

2,01 

980 
3,925 

400 
40 

350 
1 ,025 
1,750 
5,330 
3,760 

2,590 
975 
765 

1,780 

2,775 

200 
1,300 

1,450 
1,155 
1.800 

3,700 

4,090 

1 ,465 

875 

2551 



800$ 
1,410 
760 
795 
660 

85 
130 



360 

1,415 
340 

■ 190 

705 

5,435 

75 

650 

480 

2,150 

480 

480 



3,150 
625 



870 

840 

1,465 

545 



4,520 

180 

1,750 

170 

720 

2,570 



505 

1,605 
40 
SO 



220 

65 

1,990 

675 



715 

760 

480 

1,345 



730 

1,555 

840 



575 

730 

1,265 

350 



170 

695 

2,900 

2,535 

740 
450 
450 



1,975 



435 

105 

355 

1,225 

1,140 

2,330 

465 

31 .Si 

I8,si 



750$ 
1,600 
770 
450 
340 

475 
420 
350 
350 
740 

975 

175 

1,390 

1,575 
2,515 

125 

400 
1,600 
2,400 
1,560 



1,560 
1,560 
400 
1,200 
1,200 

250 
1,000 
800 
400 
800 



23.25$ 

45.15 

39.01 

27.38 

22.01 



12.32 
8.25 
8.75 
8.75 

27.50 

54.97 

9.28 

23.70 

34.20 

135.15 

5.00 
18.88 
31.20 
68.25 
30.60 

30.60 
23.40 
6.40 
69.60 
32.85 

6.25 
15.00 
25.88 
18.60 
35. II 



400 


24.09 


60( 


9.0C 


2,88( 


125.80 


l,60( 


26.70 


3,520 


79.05 


1,200 


20.55 


nil 


12.45 


3,74(1 


157.75 


225 


3.42 


700 


18.83 


795 


63.60 


IIJ 


1.15 


24(1 


5.22 


16(1 


3.36 


180 


8.40 


155 


4.62 


94S 


73.38 


685 


31 27 


.35(1 


8.05 


500 


10.00 


4S0 


30.87 


655 


25.47 


145 


9.S8 


70(1 


34.76 


320 


5.44 


1,600 


34.95 


l,.S8S 


53.38 


i,2i;() 


33.04 


10(1 


1.50 


ISO 


2.25 


1,440 


30.22 


25(1 


24.62 


2,66(1 


58.87 


5(J 


12,00 


40 


1.20 


350 


5,95 


8SS 


18,46 


1,055 


41.13 


2,43(J 


125,25 


1,225 


63 92 


1,850 


66 04 


,S2S 


19 49 


315 


22.94 


1,780 


29 37 


800 


61.05 


200 


3.00 


865 


32.50 


1,345 


30 45 


800 


25.86 


57S 


37.80 


2,560 


55. .50 


1.760 


61.35 


I.OOIJ 


28.98 


56(1 


20.12 


70 


6.68 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of T&xpajer 



lens OulUrated 



Ko.of 
iciei 



Per Acre 



Bowman, J. B. & M., . . 

Bowman, John 

Bowman, Zeb 

Bowman, ^like 

Bowerman, W. J. & H., 

Bowerman, W. J. & II., 

Boyer, Elias 

Boyer, Geo. W 

Boyer, E. R. & Lizzie. . 
Boyer, J. E 



Boyer, J. pj 

Boyer, I. L 

Boylan, Mai-y A 

Boylan, .T. .1 

Boylan, D. M 

Boylan, D. M. (Heirs) . 

Boylan, I. A 

Boyle, R.C 

Bovles, P. M. & Alice.. 
Boyles, B. F. & R. D.. 



Brackett, Joseph L.. 

Braekett, Inez 

Bratlie, B 

Bradley, Wm 

Bradley, Wm. H 



Bradley, Mary L 

Bradley, Mary L. & J. C. . 

Bradley, Mane H 

Bradley, Marie H 

Bradley, C. J.&BeuIah. .. 



Brady, Harrison D.. 

Brady, I.. F 

Bradtl, John C 

Bradtl, Chas. J 

Bradtl, M.V 



Bradford.A.K. &Mary.. 

Bramhall, Jos. N 

Bramhall, J.N 

Bramhall, J. N 

Brandes, L. A 



Brandes, L. A 

Brand, Laura 

Brand, Ernest Jr 

Brand, Ernest, Jr 

Bradbury, John & Anna. . 



Braasch, Casper N 

Braasch, Casper N . . . . 

Bratsbers, Die J 

Braker, J. W. &G. R. 
Braden, Ada S 



Brantner, A. F 

Brase, Fred 

Bredtl, J. E 

Brcithaupt, Henry 

Bremer, W. H. & B 



Brennan, M. (Heirs). 

Brennan, J, F 

Brenner. Geo. T 

Brewer, Chas 

Brewer, Mary G 



Brewer, H. A 

Breezee, F. N 

Brittell, Anna 

Bristow, Martha C 

Bristow, El'.iert L 



3 
12 
3S 

Bristol, Wm. C 5 



Bristow, W. T 

Britt, H..'^ 

Biinlf, S.S.& JT 

Brink, S. S. & Mnry 



S 

s 

6 
23 
II 



.58 



15 
15 
30 
20 



20 
10 



40 

4 



20 
3 



50 

5 

2y^ 



65 



5 
14 
30 

4 
22 

10 

20 

5 

I 

I 



.09 



Briggs, E. D. & Nellie. 

Brickley, W. G 

Brier, Flora 

Bridenstine, D. N 

Bridenstiae, D. N 



Bridge, Wm 

Hroetje, John PI 

Brookman, Otto 

Brock, E. N. & DelLi I... 
Brock, a. N. & Delia I. . . 



Brock, John (Heir.x).. 
Brooks, .losephus S.. 

Brook.9, C. E 

Brook=, M. R 

Brooke, Alex B 



3 
23 



29 
O.30 
6 
2 
5 



20.00 
25.00 
21.65 
53.33 
50.00 

90.00 



80.00 



20,00 
80,00 
80,00 
20.00 



I 7 , SO 
20.00 



40,00 
55.00 



57,50 



40,00 
40,00 



100,00 

400,00 

350 , 00 

60.00 



300 



60,00 
200,00 



40.00 
45.00 



54.17 
40.00 



50,00 
107.14 

56.66 
105.00 

55.00 

50,00 
50.00 
40.00 
60,00 
60,00 



206,42 



50.00 



50,00 
50,00 
65,00 
50.00 
160.00 



Acres UncultiTatel 



No, of 
Acres 



200,00 
55.00 



45,00 

41.38 
300,00 
60.00 
52.50 
52.00 



17 



150.00 
213.67 



115 
72 
14 

.15 
16,50 

4 
40 
80 

8 
None 

1 
305 

35.70 

10 

60 

28 

15 

28.60 
180.25 
150.55 

80 

5.08 
40 
18 
40 

60 

37 
640 
960 
9 06 

None 
None 
156 

35.50 

13 

None 
80 

5 

1.80 
35 

25 
None 
160 
120 

98 

535.50 
24 
28 
37 
40 

15 

4.22 
30 

2,34 
44 

22K 

60 

45 

IH 

40 

None 

5 

14.52 

20 

7 

25.56 

32.30 

■ 20 

20 

164 

7 

17 

89.23 

80.11 

51 

None 

34 

41.33 
10 

40 
120 

None 

None 

40 



AsBcssment 
Per Acre 



4.78 
8.35 
8.55 
33.33 
19.70 

30.00 
5,00 
5,00 

28.12 



75.00 

4.98 

28.01 

35.00 

5.00 

5.35 
33.34 
11.00 
4.16 
5.15 

7.50 

9.84 

20.00 

20.00 

5.00 

15.00 
12.16 
15.00 
15.00 
27.59 

200,00 

200.00 

14,75 

20.00 

25.00 

175.00 

9.37 

25.00 

13.88 

25,00 

27.00 

200.00 

8,00 

7.00 

12.24 

14.00 
15,00 
20.00 
12.17 
25.00 

15,00 
29.62 
18.33 
64.10 
20.00 

11.24 
20,00 
13.34 
23.00 
23.00 

5.00 
70.00 
30,00 
18.66 
20.00 

20.00 
19.61 
19.81 
20,00 
100,00 

4,87 

114,28 

25,00 

14.57 

9.98 

13.72 
223 , 66 
20.58 
15.01 
15,00 

12,00 

22,00 

75,00 

213.67 

2,50 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



650 

800 

250 

85 

1,425 

1,110 
200 
400 

1,025 
, 200 

75 

1,820 

2,200 

2,750 

700 

150 
500 
320 
1,100 
975 

2,200 
270 
800 
475 
200 

1,700 

570 

9,600 

14,400 

550 

400 
350 
2,540 
710 
325 

600 

750 

125 

25 

3,625 

975 
500 

1,280 
840 

1,280 

10,425 
360 

1,210 
570 

1,000 

475 
1,625 
2,250 

570 
2,090 

750 
2,200 

800 
95 
95 

200 
225 
150 
430 
400 

290 
1,110 
2,265 
1,400 
2,800 

800 
1,400 
1,690 
1,300 
1,925 

1,900 

2,790 

1,060 

725 

410 

480 
2,640 
450 
250 
100 



Buildingfs i 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 
Sxemptiona 
1910 Tould 
NaT* Been 



Single lax 



1910 Wonld 
Have Been 



75 
475 
255 
100 
200 

330 
115 
210 
115 
205 

100 
290 



520 

75 



345 
100 



420 



280 
50 



100 



250 

600 
400 
320 



740 

* 

too 

600 

1,000 
1,020 

55.00 

150 

415 
150 

250 
225 
930 
345 
575 

25 
100 



75 
400 



500 



50 
150 
330 
150 
200 



240 
425 

125 

200 
665 

245 



200 



100 
200 



725 

1,275 

505 

185 

1,625 

1,440 
315 
610 

1,140 
405 

175 
2,110 
2,200 
3,270 

775 

150 

500 

320 

1,445 

1,075 

2,620 
270 
800 
755 
250 

1,800 

570 

9,600 

1 4,400 

800 

1,000 
750 

2,860 
710 
325 

1,340 

750 

225 

25 

4,225 

1,975 
1,520 
1,280 
840 
1,335 

10,575 
,?60 

1,625 
720 

1,000 

725 
1,850 
3,180 

915 
2,665 

775 
2,300 
800 
170 
495 

200 
725 
1.50 
430 
400 

340 
1,260 
2,595 
1,550 
3,000 

800 
1,640 
2,115 
1,300 
2,050 

2,100 

3,455 

1,305 

725 

610 

480 

2,640 

550 

450 

tool 



$ I50i$ 

605 

330 

130 

865 

990 
lis 
210 
635 
205 

100 

515 

780 

1,870 

375 



615 
300 



,720 
180 



355 
50 



600 

85 



470 

800 
550 
500 



990 

'ioc 



2,100 

1,165 

1,020 



110 

2,165 



825 
235 



425 
1,310 
2,080 

505 
1,305 

415 
700 
135 

no 

435 



650 
"95 



140 
520 
1,460 
750 
500 



500 
1,115 



1,000 

1,000 

1,375 

480 

75 
385 



325 
200 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Tonid 

Ears Been 



575 
670 
175 
55 
760 

450 
200 
400 
505 
200 

75 

1,595 

1,420 

1,400 

400 

150 
500 
320 
830 

775 

900 
90 
800 
400 
200 

1,200 

485 

9,600 

14,400 

330 

200 
200 
2,360 
710 
325 

350 

750 

125 

25 

2,125 

810 
500 

1,280 
840 

1,225 

8,410 
360 
800 
485 

1,000 

300 
540 

1,100 
410 

1,360 

360 

1,600 

665 

60 

60 

200 
75 
150 
335 
400 

200 
740 

1,135 
800 

2,500 

800 
1,140 
1,000 
1,300 
1,050 

1,100 

2,080 

825 

650 

225 

480 
2,640 
225 
250 
100 



18.85 
28.05 
11.11 
2,96 
35,76 

29.26 
5.73 
11.10 
22.80 
10.82 

4.20 
38.41 
39.60 
58 86 
14.73 

3.15 

7.50 

6,24 

33.96 

25.26 

39.30 
4.32 
12. CO 
11.32 
4.55 

27.00 

8.55 

201.60 

302,40 

13,00 

26.50 
19.88 
5i:48 
14.91 
6.83 

21.44 

18.75 

3.83 

.43 

76.04 

35.55 
49.40 
19.20 
16,80 
33,95 

264.38 

9.00 

24.37 

10.80 

15.00 

21.74 
42.55 
47.70 
20.70 
43,18 

11.62 

37.95 

12.00 

4..i3 

12,87 

5.00 
16.67 
3.00 
6.45 
6.00 

5.10 
18.90 
38.93 
24.80 
45.00 

16.80 
59.86 
31,72 
39.00 
45,10 

31.50 
81.19 
19.58 
15.73 
15.25 

7.20 

57 80 
10.45 
10.80 
2,50l 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taxpayer 



Acres CultlTated 



Ho. of 
Acrei 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



Aores Uncultivated 



Ho. of 
Aores 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On land 



Buildings i 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonld 
Have Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Would 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

191K 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

EaTa Been 



Brooke, Alex B.. . . 

Brook, E. R 

Hrockart, Geo 

Brockhart, Lillje.. . 
Brower, C. Henry., 



BrowDrigff,"?, Belle., , 
Bronner, Herman., . 
Bronner. Herman.. . 
Bronner, Gebhardt.. 
Bronner, Gebhanlt , 



Brobst, Wm 

Brobst, Wm 

Brodle, Geo. A. . . 
Brownell, Alma C 
Brownell, Alma C 



Brownell, Albert 

Brown, Rooert J 

Brown, G. H. & R. J. 

Brown, Geo. H 

Brown, Geo. H 



Brown. Geo- H. . . . 
Brown, Geo- H. . . . 
Brown, Geo. H. . . . 
Brown, .\rthur W.. 
Brown, Edward E. 



Brown, Ed C- & Hattie W - 

Brown, A,n 

l^rown , A . G 

lirown, Saniuel 

Brown, Samuel 



Brown, Harry 'SV . . . 
Brown, T. E. & Jl. V. 
Hrown, Aunustus S... 
Brown. Elizabeth. . - . 
Brown, Peter 



Brown, Willis . . 
Brown, Willis. . . 
Brown. Willis. . . 
Brown, Herman, 
lirown, W. N 



Brown. L. F. & S. J.. 

Brown, A. ,1 

Brown, Reginald V,. 

Brown, Gladys 

Brown, W. E 



Brown, Nellie P 

Brown, Nellie P 

Brown, S. .\ 

Brown, E. C 

Brown, Walter S. <t Jl. G. 

Bruce, Wm. M. & Edith . . 
Bruce, Wm. M. & Edith . . 

Bruce, ,Tames 

Bruce, Miles D 

Bruce, Annette Y 



Bruns, E. F., . 
Bruns, E- F.. ., 
Bruns, H. P... 
Brusch, Wm . . , 
BruBch, Franz.. 



.33 



10 
40 



50 



.75 



20 
20 

* 

3 
6 

30 

40 

6 

6 

I 



8 
I 

12 
32 

2 

1.79 
10 



Brusch, Frank P... 

Brusch, Ella 

Brusch, Ella 

Bruckman, Geo. H. 
Bmnell, Victor. . . . 



Brunell, Victor 

Brun, Adolph & Augusta. 

Brun, Adolph. . ,. 

Brunner, Chas. C 

Brudvig, L. .t N 



Bruck, .1. J. A A... . 

Bruck, .lo-^eph 

Bruin, Elizabeth B.. 

Brj'ant, .1. W 

Bryant, John E 



Bryant, Matilda 

Bryant, W. H 

Buche, A. F. &T. F.. 

Buchman, Wm 

Buchman, C. Fred. . . 



Bucholz, John.. . . 
Bucholz, John.. . . 
Buckman, Isaiah., 
Buckman, I.saiah.. 



79 



S 
20 



1.25 



5 
15 

5 
36 
10 



10 
2.03 



18 



35.00 
.50.00 
54.00 



58.49 
35.00 



40.00 



80.00 
303.03 



380.00 



34.00 
60.00 



55.00 
58.82 



45.00 
66.66 



40.00 
50.00 



55.00 
45.83 

36.66 
60.00 

100.00 
60.00 

200.00 



50.00 
50.00 

20.00 
45.31 
40.00 
66.66 
45.00 



45.00 
47.50 



204 92 



40.00 
40.00 
40.00 

.^2 - 75 
.S2 - SO 

55.00 



75-00 

77.27 



.50. 00 
172.<(2 



52.50 
64.44 



83.33 
100.00 



100.00 



60.00 
60.18 



20.00 



40 
19 
73 
190 
40 

None 
38 
30 
40 
58 

97.81 
None 
10 
5.50 

None 

110 

369.60 

.51 

6.40 

22 

95.45 
143 
IOC 

66.65 

2.75 

60 
109 

28 
26.27 

None 

130 
72.96 

1 
15.50 

None 

10 
60 

3.55 
32 

9 

28.10 
58.31 
12.25 

None 
30 

320 
160 
160 

400 
8.50 

None 
46.35 
20 

IS one 
30.16 

15 
104.40 
55 
44 
30 

25 
30 
45 
7 
14.70 

2.82 
31 
N one 
80 
10.37 

55.69 
38.40 
160 

3.50 

6 

None 

159 

120 

21 

5 

40 
99 

11.90 
154 



2.50$ 

8.94 

14.39 

19.49 

25.00 

50.00 
10.00 

9.00 
10.00 

8.62 

37.59 
45.44 
27.00 
150.00 
184.50 

6.00 
24.89 
98.04 
12.50 
25.00 



15.71 
25.87 
26.00 
15.00 
36.36 

10.00 
13.76 
10.74 

24.75 
15.00 

7.69 

16.31 

50.00 

16.77 

200.00 

25.00 

25-00 

20.00 

4.37 

27.77 

5.87 
11.66 

9.80 
20.00 
12.00 

12.50 
3.75 

20.00 
7.00 

29.41 

10.00 
19.94 
15.00 
61.47 
19.56 

9.33 

9.14 

10.90 

21.82 

21.66 

22.00 
20.00 
20.00 
30.00 
34.01 

17.76 
6.48 

50.00 
5.00 

24.11 

25.13 
25.00 
10.00 
4.29 
41.67 

75.00 

7.54 

5.83 

19.05 

20.00 

5.00 
5.10 
35.2 
7.98 



100 

305 

1,400 

6,400 

1,000 

3,100 
450 
270 
400 

1,380 

10,880 

100 

270 

825 

4,500 

1,000 

11,600 

SO 

80 

3,300 

11,500 

3,700 

2,600 

1,720 

150 

1,400 

3,500 

300 

815 

275 

2,100 

3,600 

800 

630 

200 

3.50 

7,000 

70 

540 

300 

405 
2,130 
200 
120 
810 

4,000 
600 
3,200 
2,800 
4,990 

225 
1,550 
300 
250 
600 

340 
1,555 

800 
2,860 
1,175 

1,355 
600 
900 
810 

2,200 

50 

500 

350 

400 

2,075 

2,560 
960 

1.600 
650 
750 

100 
1,200 

700 
2,800 
3,350 

200 

605 

300 

1,350 



715 
300 



too 

1,175 



100 
430 



720 
350 



1,000 



300 
150 

370 
700 

125 

25" 

290 
610 
150 
200 
50 



1,055 



200 
50 



75 

ioo 



100 
50 



285 



615 

785 



365 



20 
470 



335 
300 



300 
100 



330 
405 



300 
350 



150 
50 



100$. 

305 
2,115 
6,700 
1,000 



3,109 
450 
270 
400 

1,480 

12,055 
100 
270 

825 
4,500 

1,100 

12,020 

50 

800 

3,650 

12,500 

3,700 

3,600 

1,930 

300 

1,770 

3,300 

300 

940 

525 

2,390 

4,240 

950 

820 

250 

250 

8,055 

70 

740 

350 

405 
2,205 
200 
220 
810 

4,000 
600 
3,200 
2,800 
5,490 

225 
1,650 
300 
300 
600 

340 
1,840 

800 
3,475 
1,960 

1,720 
600 
900 
830 

3,670 

50 

825 

550 

400 

2,375 

2,660 
960 

1,600 
970 

1,155 

120 
1,300 

700 
3,000 
3,700 

350 

655 

300 

1,350 



35 

965 

2,025 



450 
50 



790 



4,990 
85 



2,130 



380 

1,825 



720 
1,850 

8,335 



680 
170 



970 
1,435 



215 

435 

1,160 

2,390 

450 

460 

50 



4,055 



565 
75 

170 
,150 
60 
185 
330 



175 
790 



225 



155 

750 

145 

1,730 

1,095 

840 



380 
1,420 



560 
450 



1,380 
810 



565 
695 



45 



1,840 
2,520 

150 
125 



100$ 

180 

1,150 

4,675 

1,000 

3,650 
400 
370 
400 
690 

7,065 

15 

270 

825 
2,370 

720 

10,195 

SO 

80 

1,800 

4,165 
3,700 
3,600 
1,240 
130 

800 

1,775 

300 

725 

90 

1,230 

1 ,850 

500 

360 

200 

350 

4,nnn 

70 

175 

375 

335 

1,055 

140 

33 

480 

4,000 

600 

3,300 

3,800 

3,575 

50 
860 
300 

75 
600 

185 
1,090 

655 
1,745 

865 

880 
600 
900 
450 
1,250 

50 

265 

100 

400 

1,095 

1 ,850 
960 

1,600 
405 
460 

75 

1,200 

700 

1,160 

1,180 

200 

530 

300 

1,280 



2.50$ 

3.08 

33.83 

100.50 

15.00 



63.00 
8.10 
4.fi 
7.20 

26.64 

(80.83 

1.50 

4.86 

12.38 

119.25 

16.50 

180.30 

.75 

12.08 

63.05 

187.50 
59.20 
41 .60 
42.00 
5.10 

35.04 
51.20 
4.80 
24.44 
II . 5 < 

47.80 
74.19 
14.25 
12.30 
8.12 

3.75 

120.82 

1.05 

11.10 

5.95 

8.90 
35.27 
4 00 
3.74 
13.77 

60.00 
9.00 
53.12 
42.00 
83.35 

5.63 
41.35 
4.80 
9.75 
9.00 

10.30 
47.70 
34.00 
53.12 
39.41 

18.30 
9.00 
13.50 
37 . 39 
48.05 

1.25 
13.19 
13.62 

8.00 
39.18 

39.90 
15.36 
39-13 
16 98 
30.20 

2.10 
30.00 
16.10 
51 00 
62.90 

5.25 

9.82 

5.40 

38.35 



—10- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Nune of Taxpajer 



icns Gultirated 



No. of AsB6ssmeiit 
Jicres Per Aora 



Acres Unoultivated 



No. of 
Acres 



ABBeBsment 
Per Acre 



General Property. AssesBments in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Aesessment 



Single Tax 
Hxemptions 
1910 Vonld 
Have Been 



Single Tai 
Assessment 
1910 Wonld 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

Have Been 



Buckman, Isaiah 


* !1 

6 

* 

2 

* 

5 

* 

* 

25 

* 

30 

6 

* 

17 

S.SO 




333.903 
114.34 
4 
80 
158 

1.92 

lis 

40 
120 

SS 

160 
70 

5.80 

84.93 

2.26 

None 
3 

3.43 
10.66 

None 

13.34 
10 
1.05 

8.84 
65 

160 
26 
32 
SS 
6 

38.33 

65 

75 

40 

35 

50 
10 

10.30 
3 
35 

6 

None 

None 

160 

40 

3.03 
40 

19.50 

.17 

100.57 

7.50 
306.16 

8.72 

None 
195 

18 

140 

1,280 

585.96 

320 

3S 
160 

S 
80 

4.50 

IS 

32 

3 

30 

8 

None 
40 

.33 
77 

7.20 
30 
.9P 

III 
63.33 

81.50 
55 
30 
80 
160 


49.SS3 
13.13i 
50.00 
20.00 
5.00 

130.31 
5.00 
10.00 
6.66 
5.00 

9.37 
10.00 
79.31 
11.74 
35.00 

IS 00 

100 00 

102 89| 

9.38 

10.00 

9.82 
8.00 
142.86 
15.8.^ 
18.46 

3.75 

7 69 

20.00 

25 00 

175.00 

19.57 

4,62 
6 00 
17. .SO 
17.14 

16.00 
30.00 
40.77 
250.00 
10.00 

15 00 
100.00 
17.12 
11.25 
20.00 

19.70 
18.75 
15.38 


16,000 8 

1,500 

760 

1,600 

820, 

250 
675: 
400 
800' 
525 

1,500 
1,700 
1,360 
1,000 
1,080 

550 
300 
1,000 
700 
300 

130 
980 
ISO 
140 
3,700 

600 

620 

1,775 

2,675 

9.5.50 

1,575 
800 
620 
700 
800 

2,800 

1,425 

420 

850 

3,950 

90 

800 

3,000 

1,800 

800 

3,040 

750 

1,020 

IS 

1,900 

255 

4,680 

470 

250 

11,875 

460 

2.800 

30,720 

8,775 

4,800 

800 
2,240 
120 
700 
140 

725 
610 
260 
3,300 
600 

80 
760 
800 
770 
80C 

S7S 

3,600 

90S 

47! 

2,50C 

3,2,Sf 

77! 
50C 
40r 

1 .60C 


* 

250 
* 

190 

35 

* 


. 16,000 
1,500 
1,010 
1,600 
1,010 

250 
710 
400 
800 
521 

1,500 
1,800 
1,960 
1,000 
1,440 

550 
415 
1,200 
900 
200 

130 
980 
ISO 
315 

2,850 

600 
1,000 
1,875 
3,545 
9,700 

1,915 

1,010 

670 

750 

850 

3,415 

1,520 

420 

850 

4,595 

90 

1,500 

3,200 

1,800 

800 

3,340 

940 

1,170 

15 

2,200 

545 

4,680 

570 

350 

13,610 

510 

2,800 

30,720 

8,775 

4,800 

800 
2,240 
120 
700 
325 

850 
735 
480 
3,065 
70C 

100 

1,05= 

80C 

87C 

8SC 

73f 
4,46. 

90. 
1,47. 
2,50( 

3,25( 
77. 
50( 
40( 

l,60( 


i 


$ 16,000$ 
1 ,500, 

soo: 

1,600 
800 

250 
600 
400i 

800; 

400 

1 ,500, 

1 ,000: 

935 

1 ,000 

515 

85 
300 
660 
240 

60 

l.TO 
320 
150 
140 
1,660 

600 

29s: 

940 
2,000 
7.000 

1,045 
370 
480 
700 
685 

1,140' 
750 
420 

7so: 

9,50 

90' 

480, 

S6O' 

1,800 

800; 

1,220 

750: 

440: 

15 

1,620: 

1 

240 

4,515, 
285: 
250 

8,205j 

400: 

2.8OO: 

30,720 

1 8,775 

4,800 

8OO! 

2,240 

120 

700 

no 

535 
310 
140 
800 
420 

80 

380 

800 

), 440 

)j 730 

), 340 
i 1,600 
! 440 
; 330 
2,500 

3,250 

5 400 

3 200 

400 

1.600 


272.00 
27.00 
19.19 
40.00 
23.29 

5.00 
16.68 

8.00 
16.00 
10.49 

30.00 
34.20 
46.06 
18.30 
25.92 

11. S5 
9.44 
28.20 
15.75 
3.50 

2.27 
17.15 

2.85 

8.58 

67.85 

11.40 

15.00 

37.49 

59 43 

203,70 

31.59 
15.15 
15.41 
11.25 
12.75 

52.93 
50.16 
8.82 
13.60 
68.92 

1 .44 
37.50 
48.00 
27.00 
14.56 

50 10 
14.10 
17.55 
.22 
33.00 

8.18 

80 24 

8.55 

9,28 

204.15 

7 65 

SO 96 

559 10 

1S9 69 

87 36 

12 00 
33 60 

1 98 
14.00 
6.83 

23.80 
14.70 
10.56 
52.11 
10. SO 

1.50 

15.82 
14 4C 
22. If 
14,4! 

10.9, 
78.1^ 
23.0! 
29. 4< 
37 S( 

48.7 

13.9 

9.0 

9,4 

32 


$ 4 1 8 , 88 


Buckman, Wilda.. . . 


45.69 


Buckner, W. C 


93.34 


510 


14.94 


Buckner, "W . C 


64.75 




15.00 


210 


26.62 


Buckner, Edith M 


7.38 


Buckner, E. C. & I. C 

Buckner, Wm. L. & Maud 


20.00 


110 


30.38 
11.43 








32.84 


Buckner, Wm. L. & Maud. 


10.00 


i2S 


11.42 




* 
100 
600 

* 

360 


42.83 


Buckner, Barry 


33.33 
150.00 


800 
1,025 


29.00 


Buehler, Anna E 

Buhtz, W. F 


32.93 
26.83 


Buhman, John C 


60.00 
100.00 


925 

465 
IIS 
540 
660 
140 

660 

i75 

1,190 

705 

935 
1 ,545 
2,700 

870 
640 
190 
50 
165 

1 ,9-5 
770 

ioo 

3,645 

1,020 

2,340 


13.81 


Buitramp, John ■. . 


3.32 


BuUard, Charlotte 


lis 

200 
200 


8.96 


Bullard. Charlotte 

Bunnell, S. M. & Emma. . . 
Bunnell, S. M. & Emma. . . 


4 

15 

6 

* 

30 

* 


187.50 
40.00 
33.34 


27.46 
6.35 
1.59 


Bunnell, S. M. & Emma. . . 


* 


3.44 


Bunnell, fl. M. & Emma 


30.00 


8.48 


Bullard, Frank 


+ 
175 
ISO 

* 
380 
100 
870 
150 

340 

210 

50 

SO 

50 

615 
95 

* 


4.49 


Bullard, B. F 




8.58 


Bullard. B. F 

Bullard, Chris. & Robt 


2S 
* 
13 
IS 
25 
34 

IS 

15 

5 


60.00 


69.41 
17 40 


BuUard, Chris. & Robt 

BuUivant, Ethel C 

Bunke, John & S 

Bunnell, Louisa J. (Heirs) . . 


35.00 

65.00 

53.00 

350.00 

55.00 
33.33 
34.00 


6.84 
30.09 

54.74 
235 . 75 

26 . 52 




8.58 


Buol, Albert. ... : 


16.41 




16.23 


Buoy, J. A 


S 

40 
15 

* 

60 

* 

4.80 
50.35 
* 
* 

60 


40 00 

50.00 
75 00 


15.88 
34.78 


Burchelli Wm A 


41.60 




14.69 




350.00 
60.00 


18.34 


Burnett A. D 


645 

* 
700 
200 

* 

300 
190 
ISO 

* 

300 
290 


22.03 




2.33 




166.67 
59.70 


18.04 


Burnett, James E 

Burnett J E & A D 


19.93 
41.72 








21.46 


Burger, Romanza B 


50.00 


2,120 
190 
730 

■ ■ 580 

305 
165 

285 

100 

5,405 

110 


28.38 
17.39 




9 

* 

8 

.50 
ID 
6 
.50 
135 

3^ 

* 
* 
* 

* 

* 

* 

S 
8 
4 
30 
6 

"9.6A 

* 

7 
3 

5 
SO 

7 

1 

* 
25 
20 

* 
* 


80.00 


10.30 




.35 


Burghardt, E. H 

Burghardt, E. H. H 

Burghardt, Christian 

EuTffess Fred E . 


50.00 

60.00 
40.00 
50.00 
500.00 
55.00 

50.00 


14.91 

30.00 
13.97 
19. .49 
500.00 
25.64 

30.00 
20.00 
24 00 
14.95 
IS. 00 

32.00 
14.00 
34.00 
8.75 
30.00 

36.66 
7.80 
30.00 
13.33 
30.00 

80.00 
38.00 
30.00 
60.60 
9.09 

37.77 
30.00 
,56.12 
157.60 
39.47 

39. 8S 
S.OC 
S.OC 

S.OC 
10 OC 


37.55 

5. 56 
116 33 


100 

100 

1,735 

50 

* 
* 
* 
* 

* 
* 

185 

125 
125 
220 
865 
100 

20 
295 

* 

100 
SO 

15S 
865 

r,o6o 

t 
* 


6.61 




11 .44 


Burkert Geo. H 


190.19 




9.27 




75.12 


Burt "W R 




824 22 


Burt W R 






235 43 


Riirt W R 




128.78 








18 54 








51 .92 








3.04 






21 = 

31 = 

42! 

34C 

2,26. 

28C 

2( 
67. 



43( 
12( 

39( 

2,86 

46 

1,14 

) 


20.82 




SO. 00 

65.00 
45.00 
50.00 
60. OC 
60.00 

■'76:6c 

"m'.ii 

33.33 

75. OC 

60. OC 

131.42 

300. OC 


3.82 


Bums Albert C 


25.08 




10.27 




S.37 




22.61 




9 74 


Butson, J. E 


1.85 
8.81 




22. 17 




16.57 




18.76 




7.88 




44.45 




16.57 




9.74 


Cabell, H.C 


' 57 95 


ib'.k 

30. OC 


) 


; 75 . 33 




> 37 
) 30 

) 


; 11.10 


Cadonau, Martha H 




) 5 55 


. . . . 

* 
* 


3 13.51 


Cadwell. Wm. A 




) 


3 45.63 



—11— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Same of liipayer 



icres Cultivated 



Ho. of 
Acres 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



Aeres DncultlTated 



Ho. of 
Acres 



Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings & 
Fersonal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Wonld 
HaT* Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Would 
lave Bees 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax ¥onld 

Eave Been 



Cahill, .J. W. & M. M. 

Cahill, Ghas. H 

Cahill, Enos 

Calvert, J. L 

Calkins. C.I 



Califf, A. J. & Julia.. 
Califl, O.D.&O.P.. 

Calger, Emil R 

Calger, Fred 

Caldwell, Chas 



Caldwell, Giles M 

CaldweU, 0. B. & C. B. 
Callahan, Providence. . . 

Callahan, D 

Callahan, David R 



Callahan, Ellen 

Callister. Asa 

CalUghan, Thos. & G. E.., 

Callis, John 

Callaway, Martha A 



Callwell, Mary C 

"Cameron, Duncan & G. M. 

Camehl, Albert W 

Camehl, A 

Camp, Edgar L 



Campflu, T. A 

Campau, John E.. . . 

Campau, Alex 

Campbell, J. U 

Campbell. J. U 



Campbell, Dunda... 

Campbell, John 

Campbell, Maud H. 
Canbv Canal Co . . . 
Canfield, Belle G... 



Canning, F. W 

Cannins, F. W 

Cantwell, Wm. & Annie.. 

Cantwell, Michael 

CappB. Emma R 



Capps, Sarah A.. . 
Capps, Sarah A.. . 
Capp.f, Sarah A.. . 

Caples, Hez 

Carbiener. Jacob.. 



Card, W. H 

Card, W. H 

Carlton & Hosenkrans. 
Carlton & Rosenkrans. 
Card, S. E 



Carlton, Elmer H. & N. M 
Carlton & Rosenkrans. . . . 
Carlton & Rosenkrans .... 

Carlton & Rosenkrans 

Carlton & Rowenkians. . . . 



Carll, W. E 

Carlson, Gjortrene S.. .. 
Carlsoii, Clara & Felix.. 

Carlson, Kl 

Carlson. R. H. & J. S.. 



Carlson, John W... 

Carlson, .John 

Carlson, .)ohn. 

Carlson, Chas 

Carothers, Julia F,. 



Carothers, C. W. & D. J. 

Carr, He/ekiah E 

Carr, J. R 

Carr, James R 

Carr, James R 



Carroll, Mabel M 

Carroll, 0.0 

Carrel, W. J. & M. A. 

Carson, J. H 

Carter, Scott 



Carter, Lucy C . . 
Carter, Lucy C . . 
Carter, C. W.... 
Carter, Lydia A. 
Carter, Lydia A. 



Carter, W. N 

Carpenter, H. M. 
Carpenter, C. V.. 
Carpenter, E. P.. 
Carpenter, R. E. 



20 
12 
65 

I.; 
15 

4 

2 
20 

2.50 
45 



20 



1.50 
10 



17 



12 

8 

35 

20 
13 
45 
14 
6 

* 
2 



1 

6.25 
9 

4.60 
15.31 



20 



12 
14 
3.50 
18 



10 

S 

35 

25 
5 

r 

20 

2.» 

2.50 



45.00 



10 
25 



17 



16.48 
40 
65 
10 
6 



45.00 
55.00 
50.00 

46.66 
37.33 
62.50 
40.00 
80.00 

120.00 
26.66 



20.00 



50.00 
225.00 



65.74 
30.00 



60.00 
65.00 
40.00 

50.00 
51.92 
52.44 
50.00 
116.67 



100.00 



40.00 



55.00 
104 00 
75.00 

76.08 
78.38 
66.66 



50.00 



15.00 



250.00 
20.00 
40.00 

242.85 
30.00 



40,00 
50 00 
58.00 

55.00 
20.00 
55.00 
52.50 
S2.08 

72.00 



50.00 

is'.oo 



80.00 



60.67 
40.00 
50.00 
60.00 
20 00 



13 

40 
140 

8.68 
144.33 

None 
25 

12,25 
14.25 
19 64 

None 

64.50 

40 
1 
139.14 

2 

33.50 
None 
40 
49.56 

103 

29.50 

19.66 

2 

36 

115 
103.94 
35 
106 
4.50 

49.15 
38 
5 

27.50 
160 

55 
80 
.66 

None 
6 

None 
None 

49.35 

40 

20 



20 
310 
120 

61 

40 
200 

80 

80 
280 

None 
148 

26 
6.50 

62 

40 
19.50 
70 
5 
31 .24 

35 
115 

I. .50 
94.50 
17.40 

12.50 
10 

88 
80 
175 

40 
122 
160 

28.61 

2 

None 
126 
110 
None 
96 



10.00 
95.00 
10.71 
23.04 
20.00 

9.93 
10.00 
16.33 

24.54 
2S.4S 

100.00 
7.75 
10,00 

250,60 
7.1 

10.00 

17.91 

100.00 

5.00 

20.17 

5.00 
20.34 
19.50 
30.00 
10.00 

17.39 
18.27 
18.56 
15.09 
66.67 

30.00 
18.00 
25.00 
9.78 
15.00 

10.90 
10.62 
45.00 
60.00 
30.00 

.30.43 
19.92 
29,. 18 
6.00 
20.00 

50.00 

12.50 

5.81 

5.00 

23.52 

5.00 
8.25 
6.25 
12.00 
12.14 

250.00 

5.00 

10.00 

115.38 

5.97 

7.00 
15.38 
II .00 
25.00 
20.00 

27.00 
5.00 
20.00 
14.81 
14.66 

29.60 

40.00 

10.85 

8.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.33 

6.25 

40.00 

50.00 

50.00 
10.00 
20.00 
20.00 
10.41 



445 
380 

2,400 
860 

6,130 

700 
810 
450 
430 
2,100 

500 

1,700 

400 

250 

1,400 

20 

675 

2,250 

200 

2,775 

1,025 
600 

1,160 
580 

1,760 

3,000 
2,575 
3,010 
2,300 
1,000 

1,470 
870 
125 
270 

2,400 

1,600 

850 

85 

650 

855 

350 
1,200 
2,650 

240 
1,400 

50 

250 

1,950 

600 

2,335 

200 

1,650 

500 

960 

3,400 

500 
980 
820 
1,600 
910 

280 
300 

1,170 
375 

2,650 

2,320 

675 

85 

2,450 

1,505 

550 
400 

1 ,455 
640 

1,250 

200 

650 

1,000 

2,500 

100 

1,000 
2,860 
5,450 
600 
1,120 



S 



410 
250 



265 

285 
255 



510 



100 
100 



too 

1,200 



75 

20 

500 



340 

530 

1,205 

495 

30 



200 
425 
235 
210 
50 



5,000 



475 
105 
50 



450 

565 
270 
90 
615 
300 

225 
160 
42S 

615 



200 

590 

355 

75 



855 
380 

2,650 
860 

7,750 

965 

1,095 
705 
430 

2,610 

600 

1,800 

400 

250' 
1 ,4501 

20i 
775 

3,450 
200 

2,775 

1,100 
620 

1,660 
580 

2,100 

3,530 
3,780 
3,505 
2,330 
1,000 

1,470 
870 
125 
270 

2,400 

1,800 

1,275 

320 

860 

90S 

350 
1?200 
2,650 

240 
1,935 

50 
250 

2,025 
600 

2,485 

200 

1,650 

500 

960 

8,400 

500 
1,455 

925 
1,650 

910 

280 
300 

1,170 
375 

3,100 

2,885 

945 

175 

3,065 

1,805 

775 
560 

1,880 
640 

1,865 

200 

650 

1,000 

2,500 

100 

1,000 
3,060 
6,040 
955 
I.I9S 



$ 



655 



935 

385 

3,575 

815 

695 

440 

30 

1,600 

350 
950 



150 
2,450 



1,245 

500 

20 

1,025 

280 
1,390 

1,180 

1,645 

2,020 

520 

300 



930 
425 
245 
485 
455 

210 
895 
670 



135 



165 
'766 



5,000 



655 

525 
500 
435 



290 

125 

1,775 

1,265 

.145 

125 

1,370 

1,200 

350 
160 
815 



865 



675 



175 

1,400 

2,540 

7SS 

13.?l 



200 

380 

1,715 

475 
4,175 

ISO 
400 
265 
400 
1,010 

250 
850 
400 
250 
1,140 

20 
625 

1,000 
200 

1,530 

600 
600 
635 
300 
710 

2,350 
2,135 
1,485 
1,810 
700 

1,470 
705 
125 
270 

2,400 

870 
850 
75 
375 
450 

140 
305 
1,980 
240 
800 

50 
250 

1,860 
600 

1,785 

200 

1,650 

500 

960 

3,400 

500 

800 

400 

1,150 

475 

280 
300 
880 
250 
1,325 

1,620 

600 

SO 

1,695 
605 

425 
400 

1,065 
640 

1,008 

200 

650 

1,000 

1,825 

100 

825 
1,660 
3,500 

200 
1.060 



14.53 

7.98 

39.75 

14.19 

116.25 

21.23 
24,09 
10.57 
9.45 
39.15 

12.00 

27.00 

7.20 

8.12 

26.39 

.36 

12.78 

81.08 

5.00 

44.40 

23,82 
9.30 

24.90 
8.70 

52.50 

56. 4» 
60.46 
57.84 
34.95 
15.00 

22.05 

13.05 

1.87 

4.86 

60.00 

41.40 
25.06 
8.31 
19.78 
18.09 

7.00 
24.00 
53.00 

3.60 
29.0, 

.85 

3.75 

40.50 

12.00 

42.25 

4.00 

33.00 

10.00 

14.40 

181.00 

9.50 
33.46 
16.66 

38.78 
13.65 

5.88 
4.95 

19.31 
5.62 

46.50 

43.28 
28.73 
3.06 
45.98 
27.07 

IS. 
11.76 
31.02 
12.80 

43.83 

3.32 
10.79 
26.00 
42.50 

1.70 

20.00 
.52.02 
96.64 
14.32 
21.761 



—12- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hami of Taipajtr 



lores GultiTated 



No. of 

icroB 



PorAoro 



lores UnoultiTOtad ■.>. 



No. of 

Acres 



Carpenter, E. M 

Carney, Austin N . . . . 
Carnine, Nancv J. . . . 
Carv, R. W.,S: W.F. 
Cary, R. W.& W.F. 

Carv, R. W. & W.F. 

Case, Walter F 

Casto, Mary K 

Casto, Frank F- 

Casto, Julia A. L 



Casto, Juli.i .\. L 

Casto, Julia \. I. 

Casto, Both & Edith.. 

Casey, A. P 

Casper, Gottlieb & .\. 



Cassedy, Cat ic 

Caesedy, C. W 

Cassedy, (j. W 

Casedy, Alire 

Cassinelli, Pietro (et al)... 



Castaenetto, J 

Cathev, J. C. C... 
Caufield, E.G.... 
Caufiekl, Ella L... 
Caviness, Roy A.. 



Caviness, Roy A 

Caviness, Rov A 

Cawthon, Ethel A 

Cazadero Real Estate Co . 
Cazadero Real Estate Co . 



Cereghino, G. B 

Cereehino, G. B 

Charman, Marv M. & T. L 
Charman, Mary M. & T. L 
Charman, Marv M. & T. L 



Charman, Marv M. & T. L 
Charman, M M & T L iTrj . 
Charm.an, M M & T L (Tr) . 

Charman, T. L 

Charman, T. L 



Charman, T. & Son . . 
Charm.in, T. (Heirs) . 

Chandler, Jennie 

Chandler, Jennie 

Charlton, Callie B.... 



Charlton, C. B.. Dr.. 

Chamorlow Co 

Charperon, Phillip. . 

Chance, F. M 

Chatten, Jennie 



Chatten, Jennie 

Chaffer, E. G 

Charles, Alice M 

Chambers, Bridget 

Chambers, Leonidas H A LJ 

Chamberlain, John W. . 
Chapman, Francis A & C E. 

Chapman, Lucy 

Chapman, W. L 

Chapman, Jennie T 



Chapman, Marv E. 

Chase, S. A 

Chase, Allen D 

Chase, Delilah M... 
Chase, C. A. & E.. . 



Chase, C. A. & E. 

Cheney, E. W 

Chellis, Ella 

Chesmore, Mary. . 
Childs, S. M 



Childs, L. S 

Childs, Frank 

Chilcote, Wm. N 

Chilcote, W. P. & M. M.. 
Childers, S. W 



Childera, S. W 

China, Fred C 

Chingren, P. O 

Chinderen, P. O 

Chitwood Emma V. 



130 
14 
18 
94 
30 



Chown, R. A. & C. C 6 

Chown, R. A. & C. C... 

Christie, Alex (Archbishop) * 

Christie, Alex 27 

Christie, Alex * 



10 

20 

S 
20 
21 



4.17 



6 

25 



.71 

.72 
12.67 

.12 
S 
5 

3 

40 
18 

22 

28 

* 

«0 



13.85 
2.89 

* 

6 
9 

4 

9 
10 
16 



40.00 
54.00 
40.00 
31.82 

40.00 
40.00 



65.00 
45.00 



35.00 
40.00 
100.00 

105.00 



45.00 
45.00 
60.00 



125.00 
125.00 



100.00 

300.00 

60.00 

56.00 



40.00 



40.00 
500.00 



493.05 
62. ,50 



100.00 
100.00 

150.00 
50.00 
40.00 



100.00 
50.00 



60.00 
150.00 



43.32 
198.90 



60.00 
67.77 

40.00 
70.00 
60.00 
62.50 



Asiessmeut 
Per Aore 



General Property Assessmeats in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



37.50 
57.13 
38.89 
45.00 
55.00 

20.00 



100.00 



.70 

15.50 

160 

60 

40 

151.76 
70 
28 
55 
58 

36 
17 

20 
40 
9.75 

20 
80 
20 
49.86 
I. SO 

15 
20 

Fraction. 
1.1 
38 

65 

4.61 
12 

2 

8.60 

4 
None 

12.50 
103 

6 

S.5S 
None 
.57 
31.50 
10 

None 
None 

14 

15 
120 

40 

32 

320 

30 

None 

None 
None 
None 

5 

1.15 

2 
20 
22 

8.42 
20.16 

31 

8 
88 
None 
134 

None 
None 

10 

20 
I 

36 

8 

25 

23.68 
19.97 

193.90 

44 
224.50 
386 

44.25 

74 

40 

15.20 
None 
320 



70.14$ 
19.35 
7.50 
15.00 
10.00 

10. 5 « 
14.28 
21.43 
12.00 
12.07 

12.22 
12.94 
12.50 
25.00 
30.76 

15.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.02 
50.00 

60.00 
30.00 



42.37 
13.20 

10.77 
17.35 
20.00 
25.00 
58.14 

75.00 
90.00 
60.00 
55.00 
SO. 00 

54. 54 
75.00 

350.88 
95.24 

120.00 

100.00 
34.37 
20.00 
20.00 
6.66 

7. SO 

10.00 

18.75 

13.33 

401 .40 

402.77 
25.00 



55.00 
69.60 

75.00 
20.00 
15.90 
68.28 
49.60 

20.00 
37.50 
15.00 
55.00 
20.00 

19.86 
83.40 
40.00 
25.00 
40.00 

12.50 
40.00 
25.00 
25.33 
9. SI 

9.95 
19.54 

8.02 
11.99 
14.91 

6.48 

7.50 

103.94 

40.00 

8.O0I 



SOS 

300 

1,200 

900 

400 

1,600 
1,400 
1,2S0 
1,660 
1,400 



600 
340 
250 
1,000 
950 

1,200 

800 

375 

1,300 

2,175 

1,425 

600 

100 

50 

590 

890 
12s 
960 
50 
500 

800 
250 
750 
5,665 
300 

300 
1,120 

200 
3,000 
1,200 

50 
75 

640 
1,700 

800 

300 
640 
6,000 
800 
3S5 

355 
780 
7S 
775 
580 

600 
2,400 
1,070 

575 
3,200 

2,020 
300 

4,920 
150 

2,680 

600 
575 
400 
860 
650 

610 

950 

1,135 

1,600 

190 

6,805 
1,660 
2,500 
8,860 
2,310 

600 

300 

1,580 

2,700 

2,560 



100 

225 



80 



25 

130 

265 

100 
100 
100 



64S 



75 



100 



155 
200 



100 

50 
250 

250 
800 

275 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tax 
Sxemptions 
IMOTonld 
Have Been 



150 

55 
300 
250 

ISO 

600 

300 
175 



200 
400 



ISO 
210 



130 



485 
ISO 
890 

400 
485 
1,575 
300 
485 

SO 



50 

300 

1,200 

900 

400 

1,600 
1,500 
1,475 
1,660 
1,480 

600 

365 

250 

1,000 

1,080 

1,465 

800 

475 

1,400 

2,275 

1,425 

600 

100 

SO 

S90 

1,535 
125 

1,035 

SO 

500 

900 
250 
750 
5,665 
300 

300 
1,120 

200 
3,000 
1,200 

50 

75 

795 

1,900 

800 

300 
740 
6,000 
850 
605 

605 
1,580 
350 
775 
730 

655 
2,700 
1,320 

575 
3,350 

2,620 
300 

5,220 
325 

2,680 

800 
975 
400 
1,010 
860 

740 

950 

1,610 

1,750 

1 ,080 

7,20s 
2,145 
4,075 
9,160 
2,795 

650 

300 

1,580 

2,700 

2,560 



300 
620 
700 
515 

100 
105 



47S 
865 



225 

700 

1,150 



tiS 

790 

25 

555 



300 
70 



520 



50 

395 

1,100 



Single Tal 
Assessment 
1910 Wonld 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

Hare Been 



340 



31S 
320 

315 
1,265 

27S 
225 
300 

280 

1,500 

685 



1,440 



3,000 
270 



525 
735 



360 
460 

240 
270 

875 
745 
890 

3,980 
1,010 
1,650 
3,405 
1,690 

130 



1,620 



SO 


$ .75 


3O0 


8.40 


1,200 


21.84 


900 


27.00 


400 


10.64 


1,600 


42.56 


1,20(1 


28 80 


8SS 


24.34 


960 


24.90 


965 


22.20 


500 


9.00 


260 


5.48 


250 


3.75 


i,ono 


15.00 


605 


30.24 


600 


21.98 


8O0 


21.60 


250 


9.50 


70C 


26.60 


1,125 


58.01 


1,200 


36.34 


60C 


12.00 


IOC 


1.80 


SO 


.83 


525 


8.85 


745 


30.70 


100 


2.49 


48C 


16.57 


.5(1 


.85 


500 


IS. 00 


600 


22.95 


I8C 


6.38 


7S0 


13. SO 


5,665 


101.96 


300 


5.40 


300 


5.40 


600 


21.28 


200 


6.50 


3,000 


72.00 


1,200 


30.00 


50 


1.62 


25 


1.32 


40C 


13.51 


80C 


.32.30 


800 


20.00 


.300 


7.98 


4O0 


18.50 


6,000 


116.25 


53S 


14.45 


285 


11.50 


290 


11.49 


315 


32.39 


75 


9.29 


550 


13.95 


430 


12.78 


375 


16.69 


1,20(1 


40.50 


635 


19.80 


575 


13.23 


2,080 


77.05 


1,180 


39.30 


300 


5.70 


2,220 


83.52 


55 


4.87 


2,680 


45.56 


275 


13.60 


240 


19.50 


4O0 


6.0c 


650 


16.16 


400 


14.62 


500 


11.10 


680 


16.15 


73S 


45.09 


1,005 


26.25 


190 


23.57 


3,225 


151.50 


1,135 


33. 7S 


2,425 


64.95 


5,755 


159.39 


1,105 


61.49 


520 


13.00 


30(1 


6.00 


1,580 


28.44 


1,080 


45.90 


2,560 


51.20 



-13- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hame of Taipajer 



icres Cultivated 



Ho.ot 
Acres 



Per Acre 



Acres Unoultivated 



Ho. of 
Acres 



Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings i 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Assessment 



Phristner, C. T 

Christianson, P 

Ohri3ten?on, Emma L. 

Christensen, N 

Chriatenson, N. C 



Christianseii, Claus & S. 
Ohristenson, Martin .... 
Chr^'stofferson, Erek.. . . 
Churchill, J. M. (Heirs). 
Chynoweth, Wm 



Citizens Bank of Portland 
Citizens Bank of Portland. 

Clary, Letitia H 

Claffey, John 

Claussen. Peter 



Claussen, C. C 

Clauaaen. 0. C 

Claussen, CO 

Clapps, .7. M 

Clarke, I. L. & S. A. 



Clarke, Matilda.. 
Clarke, Robert.. . 
Clarke, H.L. L.. 
Clark, Lucia B.. . 
Clarke, T. & S.. . 



Clark, Ellen M 

Clark, Ellen M 

Clark, Ward N . . . 

Clark. Thos 

Clark, Rebecca U.. 



Clark, E. W.. 
Clark, I. L... 
Clark, I. L... 
Clark, I. L... 
Clark, M. H.. 

Clark, M. H.. 
Clark, Alvin.. 
Clark, Alvin.. 
Clark, Alvin.. 
Clark, Alvin.. 



Clark, Alfred 

Clark, Elizabeth. 

Clark, Merit 

Clark, Wm 

Clark, Lylla L. . . 



Clark, Walter C. and I 

Clark. C. F. & S. J 

Clackamas Bluff S. S. Q. Co 
Clackamas Hop Farm'g Co. 
Clackamas Power & I. Co.. . 

Clackamas PoTPer & I. Co.. 
Clackamaa Power & I. Co.. 
Clackamas Abstract & T Co 
Clackamas Abstract & T Co 
Clackamas Abstract &: T Co 

Clackamas Abstract <fe T Co 
Clackamas Abstract & T Co 
Clear Creek Creamery Co 

Clester, 0. W 

Clester, G. W 



Clester, G. W... 
Clifford. Annie., 
Cliff, Arthur.. . . 
Cliff, Arthur.... 
Cline, Minnie.. . 



Close, Henry 

Clough, .1. t 

Clouae, D. L 

Closen, E. (?Ieirs). 
Closner, David 



Closner, David 

Clo.sner, Vi 

Clutter, I. C. & Flora .7. 
Clutter, I. C. & Flora J. 
Clvde, O.L.&A.A 



Coates, Elizabeth. 

Coates, Anna 

Coalman, S. D... . 
Coalman, Elijah. . 
Cobb, S. B 



Cohb, S. B 

Cockelreas, Elizabeth.. 
Cockelrea^, (-'lizabeth.. 
Cochran, Warren H . . . 
Cochran, Warren 7i. . . 



2,50 
16 
20 

\S 

50 

5 

* 

10 

20 
17 
6 
10 
19 

20 

* 

14 

2.80 
3 

30 
5 
15 

* 

1.63 



14 
60 



.68 
.50 



60 



40 



4.29 
80 



2 

4,50 

4 



80 

7 
60 
50 

5 
Fract' 

3 

4 

43 



55.00 

250,00 

60.00 



45,00 



54,00 

43 . 75 
40,00 

20.00 

20.00 

200.00 



22.50 

60.00 
60,00 
55,00 
110,00 
105,26 

110.00 



178.57 
125,00 
33.33 

45,00 
44.00 
40,00 



138.03 

125,00 
35,00 

441.17 
35,00 

300,00 



42,50 
42,50 



112,50 



55,00 
96.87 



65.00 



65,00 



10,00 



20 00 
100,00 
55,00 



100,00 
60,00 



50,00 

150,00 
41 ,00 
88.00 
70,00 



40,00 
l.SOOO 

34,88 



35,29 
31,25 



25 
None 

70 

40 
113 

223.78 

40 
None 

18.95 
140 

65 

270 

None 
81 

no 



None 
13.53 

None 
17 

12 
10 

None 
None 
14.75 

30 
35 
67.66 
40 

None 

I 

20 

None 
180 

None 

14.09 
26.40 
187.60 
95.30 
47.45 

8,41 

5 
40 

84,78 
160 

5 

106 

42,84 

87 

13 

2.=., 61 
2.50 
48 
80 
99.98 

None 
80 

,6J 
30 
60 

78 
None 
3,50 
21 .07 

7 

160 

7 

9 
160 
37,69 

3,66 

22 
60 
71 

None 

12 
I 

153,8ft, 

7,50 

40 

79,79 

23 

28.86 

12,82 

25 



25.00$ 

105.00 

20.00 

5.00 

18.50 

16.09 
10.00 
24.00 
15.83 
15.00 

6.15 
16.67 
100.00 
5.92 
5.00 

25,00 
25,00 
24,02 
50,00 
35.29 

40.00 
20.00 
100.00 



8.13 

10,00 
8,00 
19,21 
20,00 
73.62 

60,00 

6.00 

198,53 

6.11 

70.00 

49.70 
15.15 
14.98 
14.95 
12.65 

59.45 

30,00 

5,00 

8.96 

5.00 

22.00 
50.00 
35.01 
25.00 
38.46 

19,91 
20.00 
30.00 
10.00 
13.01 

10,00 

5,00 

55,00 

13. 33 

7.50 

6,66 

15,00 

27,14 

10.45 

114. .TO 

3.12 
50,00 
31 ,11 

5,00 
12.47 

74.07 
10.00 
30.00 
30.00 



25.00 
65,00 
8,45 
16.66 
12,50 

6,25 
10,87, 
10.39 

1 9 , SO 
20,00l 



1,450 
250 

2,000 
200 

2,495 

3,600 

400 

135 

1,000 

2,900 

700 
5,500 
1,000 

480 

775 

1,400 
1,020 
655 
1,100 
2,600 

2,680 
200 

2,500 
350 
220 

1,650 
500 

1,900 
800 

225 

1,810 
2,220 

300 
3,200 

150 

700 
400 



560 
4,W 
315 
220 
800 

500 
1,650 
1,180 

800 
4,470 

1,325 
2,680 
6,200 

2,480 
125 

420 
665 
2,800 
125 
500 

500 

850 
5.S0' 
2501 

suol 



515 
310 
505 
150 



20 
495 

185 



300 



25 
400 



320 



410 
955 



470 

501 

I 

430l 

'issj 

100 

40o' 
250 



75 
40' 



3,575 


300 


2,485 


100 


600 


* 


5,000 


200 


150 


* 


2O0 


75 


97(1 


100 


800 


« 


330 


150 


3,05(1 


2O0 


l,.50G 




9,975 


2,385 


SOU 


* 


510 


* 


.SO 


* 


2,22(! 


195 


8O0 


* 


1,.TO0 


* 


100 




400 


* 


3(1 


1,650 


40(1 


135 


450 


* 



245 

550 

50 



100 
200 



.SO 
100 
200 



150 



785 



Single Tai 
liiemptions 
1910 ¥onld 
lare Been 



1,965 
560 

2,505 
350 

2,495 

3,600 

400 

155 

1,495 

3,085 

700 

5,800 

1,000 

480 

800 

1,800 

1,020 

975 

1,100] 

3,010 

3,63.=l 
200 

2,50!) 
820 
270 

2,0,Sfl' 
500 

2,085, 

son,. 

325 

2,210 
2,470 

300, 
3,275 

190 

70o' 



1 ,455 
2,830 
6,200 
2,4801 
410 

soo! 

765' 
3,000 

125|, 
500' , 



son , 

1 ,000 
550 

250 
1 ,2.s,5; 



Single Tai 



1910 Would 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tai for 1910 

Under Single 

Tai Would 

fiave Been 



965 .t 

455 
90S 
150 
240' 



95 
940 
685 

210 
470 
500 



200 

1,100 
595 
505 
600 

1.740 

2,355 



1,100 
570 
125 

1,480 
180 

435' 



205' 

I 310 
1,990 

165 
1,810 

155 



400 . 
3,875, 
2,585; 

600,., 

5,200' 
ISO . 
275 
1,070 
800 . 

1 

480 

13.250 

1,500.. 
12,360 
SOO 


■■795 

785 

2.325 

75 
255 

275 
3,950 

" V.iss 


510 


50 


2,415 
800 . . 


615 


1 ,300 


100. . 


400! . . 
1.680 
535 
450 . . 


r,6,=;(i 

135 



805 275 

1 ,000 930 

365 160 

220 

800 

500' 

1,750 7501 

1 ,380, 635 

800 

4,770 3,300 



655 
2,00s 
2,870i 

2OO1 

285' 

I2,S| 

440 

1,335 



SfiS 
105 



I ,000;$ 

lOSi 
1,600 

200| 

2.255I 

3,600! 

400! 
60 

555, 
2,4001 

490 

5,3,TOi 

500: 

480' 
600| 

700 

42S| 

470, 

SOO, 

l,270| 

1,280 
200, 

l,400i 
2501 

145 

6OO1 
320; 

1 ,6so: 
sool 

'"1 

900' 

480 

1351 

1 ,465; 

35, 

700I 

4001 

3,080i 

l,800i 

600] 

2,8751 
ISO 
200, 
815' 
800 
I 

205, 
9,300, 
1 .500 

5,175i 
500| 

510 

SO 

1,800 

800 
1,300 

100 

400 

30 

400 

450 

I 

530' 
70 
205, 
220 
800 

500 

1 ,000, 

745 

800i 

1,470 

8O0! 

8251 
3,330 
2,280 

125: 

37.s! 

3251 

1,665 

125 

sool 

500 
435 
385, 
250 

soo! 



29.48$ 
10.08 
80.08 
7.70 
62.38 

61.20 

6.00 

2.32 

24.67 

51.65 

10.50 
87.00 
15.00 
12.48 
20.00 

35.40 
21.76 
17.56 
25.30 
76.75 

69.06 

3.00 

62.50 

15.55 

6.75 

35.36 

7.50 

33.35 

16.00 

6.18 

56.36 

51 87 
9.75' 

68.77 
4.56 

12.25 

6,00 

60,68 

38,77 

9,00 

132,60 
2,25 
8,53 
16,05 
16,00 

12,48 
304 , 75 

37,50 

185,40 

8.60 

8.67 

.85 

47.70 

17.60 

32 50 

2.10 
7,20 
29,40 
10,80 
9 90 

17.71 

21.00 

6.38 

3.85 

15.60 

10.62 
40.25 
20.70 
16.80 
95.40 

37.10 
62.26 
93.00 
37.20 
9.25 

10.00 

19.51 

65.20 

3.12 

7.50 

7.50 
15.20 
8.36 
3.75 
19.28 



11.59 
10.21 
9.04 
5.79 
11.59 



-14- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



name of Taip&jer 



lores GaltiTatfid 



No, f AssessmeEt 
Icrel Per Acre 



Cochran, L. H 

Cochran, 1... H 

Coe, Robert S., Sr,. 
Coe, Robert S., Jr.. 
Coe, H. C 



Coe, H.C 

Coe, Nannie T., Mr: 
Coe, Nannie T., Mr 

Coffman, I. F 

Coffman, A. S 



Coffer, L. E 

Coffin, Sarah 

Coffenberry, Sarah S.. 

Cogan, John H 

Cogan, S. R 



Mrs., 



CoKswell, C. A 

Conn, Kva 

Cohn, Joseph 

Cole, Frank 

Cole, Elizabeth W 



Cole, Ida 

Cole, .John P.. 

Cole, ,J. P 

Cole, Abner B. 
Cole, A. B 



Cole, E. & M. F. . . 

Cole, J. J 

Cole, Mary A 

Coldren, L. A 

Colson, Z. May, . . . 



Colson, Sadie A 

Colson, Ella 

Colson, Martin C 

Coleman, Elmer 

CoUms, T. D. ife E. S. 



Collins, T. D. & E, S.. 
Colling, T. D. & E. S.. 
Collins, T. D. &E. S. 

Collins, E. S 

Collins, E. S 



Collins, E. S 

Collins, George . . , 
Collins, Dora K.. . 
Collins, Gertrude. 
Collier, Thos. W.. 



CoUette, Adeline 

CoUis, E. H 

Colvin, Chas, M. & Laura. 
Coivin, Chas. M. & Laura. 
Comstock, Frank B 



12 

* 

10 

8 
2. SO 



34 

2.72 
7 

3 
S 



140 
6 

2 
30 



3 

* 

25 



I 
33 



1.42 
15 

2 SO 
35 



16 



Comstock, Columbus W. . . 
Combs, J. L. & Sophia.. . . 

Combs, John L 

Commons, I. N. & M. B . . 
Conditt, Alva M 



Cone, Anna B.. . 

Cone, A. S 

Cone, Oscar H . . . 
Cone, Arthur A. 
Conklin, Allen . . 



Conklin, Peter 

Connor, Wm. R 

Connor, Henry F. . 
Connor, R. (Tleir.s") . 
Connor, R. (He'rs) . 



Connor, R. fHeirp) . . . 
Connor, R. fHeirs) . . 

Conrad, Joseph 

Conrad, John C 

Conry, C. M 



Converce, E. P 

Coop, R. S 

Coop, R. S. and Alma L. 

Cooley, J. D 

Cook, W. S 



Cook, James P. . 

Cook, H. N 

Cooke, Albert. . . 

Cooke, W. B 

Coover, John B.. 



Coover, John B 

Coover, Sanford & A. J., 

Cooper, Nelson A 

Cooper, N. A 

Cooper, R. P 



16 

6 

10 

65 



30 



22.65 

24 

40 



12 



50.00 



55.00 
55.00 
60.00 

50.00 



100.00 



55.00 
66.17 
100.00 

200.00 
58.00 



Acres TIncultiTated 



No. of 
Acres 



Per Acre 



50.70 
55.00 
50.00 
55.00 



300.00 



55.00 



52.50 

81 .25 

75.00 

100.00 



500 00 
SO 00 

160 00 
40.00 

60.00 



40.00 



80.00 

65.00 
55.00 
57.50 
46.15 
200.00 

93.33 



60.00 



40.00 
60.00 



48.56 
50.00 
50.00 



60.41 



56.00 

80.00 
55.00 
54.05 
25.00 



68 

80 

None 

2 

40.50 

9.60 
.40 

.81 
35 
9 

14.8 

1 
45.50 

2.50 

3 

5.38 
65 
35 
160 
20 

80 
114 

None 
15 
80 

4 

3 

2 
60 
20 

20.70 
12 
19 
31 

78 

1,920 

3,296 

23,955 

960 

160 

960 

None 

25.30 
None 

45 

15.59 
II 

23.32 

30 

3.98 

4 

4 

10.84 
37.04 

None 

34 

5.10 
39.78 
26.24 

5 

45 

3.50 
80 
92.39 

1.35 

None 
14.85 
170 

2.50 
28.39 

IS 
18 
20 
I 
18.1 

84.25 

14.08 

3 

36 



IS 00 


158 


15.00 


49.72 


325.00 


None 


350.00 


None 


40 00 


61.38 



20.00 
20.00 
25.v.fl 
30.00 
18.00 

14. OS 

7. SO 

3.75 

24.28 

44.45 

S.06 
25.00 
25.50 
40.00 
33.34 

102.23 

20.00 

20.00 

6.00 

15.00 

15.00 
17.54 
25.00 
23.33 
15.00 

250.00 

233.33 

2S.00 

25.83 

30.00 

35.25 
33.33 
34.21 
50.00 
16.28 

15.00 
15.00 
14.65 
15.00 
10.00 

15.00 

397.80 

20.00 

50.00 

8.66 

19.29 
63.63 
9.86 
10.00 
38.09 

25.00 
25.00 
2S.75 
10.81 
100.00 

40.00 
19.60 
24.50 
25.19 
40.00 

10.00 
21.43 
5.00 
14.94 
14.81 

15.00 
14.14 
20.00 
30.00 
15.84 

20.00 
20.00 
10.00 
90.00 

24.77 

25.00 

25.75 

16.66 

5.83 

3.94 

3.16 

4.92 
200.00 
200.00 

8.96 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



1,96( 
l,60C 

ssr 
soc 

980 

24C 
30C 
300 
850 
700 

75 

25 

3,03C 

280 

800 

1,150 

1,590 

700 

96(j 

300 

8,300 
2,330 
100 
2,000 
1,200 

1,000 

1,600 

50 

2,925 

600 

940 
1,050 

725 
4,850 
1,270 

28,800 

49,440 

351,235 

14,400 

1,600 

14,400 

710 

1,260 

400 

1,800 

540 
700 
870 
300 
630 

1,140 
430 
850 

3,400 
150 

4,160 
100 

1,220 
655 

2,700 

1,850 
105 
400 

1,380 
20 

1,100 
1,410 
5,400 

75 
450 

300 
1,085 

200 

90 

1,850 

5,310 
415 

2,050 
360 
330 

530 
620 
650 
350 
1,350 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 ■Would 
Have Been 



2SC 
175 



53C 
ISO 

10 



200 

100 

50 

270 

145 



600 

820 

200 

100 

35 



120 



50 



250 
135 



1,500 
465 



310 

50 



385 
200 
800 



200 
300 



305 



785 
335 



100 
705 



210 



490 

900 
20 
600 
100 
175 



600 
695 



2,210 

1,600 

72,« 

500 

1,510 

390 
30C 
300 
86C 
700 

75 
225 

3,130 
330 

1,070 

1,295 

1,590 

700 

960 

3O0 

8,900 
3,150 
300 
2,100 
1,235 

1,000 

l,60C 

50 

3,04S 

600 

990 
l,OSC 

975 
4,985 
1,270 

28,800 

49,440 

351,235 

14,400 

1,600 

14.400 

2,210 

1,725 

400 

2,110 

590 
700 

870 
300 

855 

1,525 

630 

1,650 

3,400 

350 

4,460 
100 

1,220 
655 

3,005 

2,63 = 

440 

400 

1,380 

20 

1,100 
1,510 
6,105 

75 
450 



300 
1,295 

200 

90 

2,340 

6,210 
435 

2,650 
460 
SOS 

530 
620 
650 
950 
2,045 



610 



47; 
200 
640 

22C 



If 
I6i 



Single Tax 



1910 Would 
HaTe Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Vottld 

Have Been 



20C 

1,10.^ 

120 

735 

44C 
190 



5,600 

1,045 

250 

1,050 

35 



200 



850 



120 
385 
290 

1,785 



1,645 
920 
275 

1,415 

215 



48S 

■"475 

l,02S 

380 

1,115 

2,300 

275 

1,900 

"140 

1,605 

1,835 
3S5 



760 

950 

1,905 



695 



1,270 

3,105 
50 

2,03S 
215 
200 

25 

250 

250 

750 

1,315 



1,600 

1,600 

250 

300 

870 

170 
300 
300 
850 
535 

75 

25 

2,02S 

2IC 

33 

85, 
1,400 
700 
960 
300 

3,300 
2,105 
SO 
1,050 
1,200 

1,000 

1,400 

SO 

2,195 

600 

870 

665 

685 

3,200 

1,270 

28,800 

49,440 

351,235 

14,400 

1.600 

14,400 
S6S 
805 
125 
695 

375 
700 
385 
300 
380 

500 

2S0 

535 

1,100 

75 

2,560 
100 

1,080 
655 

1,400 

800 
85 

400 

1,380 

20 

340 

560 

4,200 

75 

450 

300 

600 

200 

90 

1,070 

3,105 
385 
615 
245 
305 

SOS 
370 
400 
200 
730 



S 33. 

24.00 

15.23 

8.50 

22.65 

S.85 
5.46 
5.46 
12.90 
10.50 

l.«5 
3.37 

46.95 
S.78 

18.72 

30.44 
23.85 
10.50 
14.40 
6.00 

186.90 
47.25 
4.80 
33.60 
20.99 

16.00 
25.60 
.80 
45.67 
13.00 

17.82 
21.00 
19.50 
114.66 
26.67 

524.16 
1,038.24 
6,709.67 

288.00 
32.00 

288.00 

41.99 

2S . 88 

9.60 

38.00 

8.93 
12.25 
15.66 

5.40 
16.68 

22.88 
10.71 
34.65 
S7.80 

8. 75 

66.90 
1.50 

18.30 
9.83 

59.07 

57.97 
6.60 
6.00 

34. SO 
.50 

27.50 

37.75 

100.73 

1.50 

7.65 

4.50 

20.72 

6.00 

2.30 

35.10 

105.57 

9.13 

74.20 

6.90 

10.09 

10.60 
13.64 
17.23 
25. 1 
36.80 



-15- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



llune of Taipajer 



icres Cultivated 



No, of issoBsment 
iorea Per ioie 



AoTos TTucultiTated . 



Ho. of 
Acres 



Per Acre 



General Property Assessmeuts in 1 910 



On Land 



BoildlngB & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Would 
Havo Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Tonld 
Hare Been 



Aotoal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Sisdi 

Tax Would 

lave Been 



Cooper, Susie A 

Cooper, Ray 

Cooper, E.H.&N.M. 
Cooper, E. H. & N. M. 
Cooper, Preston, Mrs.. 



Coplund 

Copple, Carrie C. 
Corliss, Jennie . . . 
Corliss, Lucy M. . 
Corliss, Fred T. . 



Corbit, Wm. & Anna . . 

Corcoran, Wm 

Corbett, J 

Comwell, E. G., Lumber Co 
Cornwell, E. G., Lumber Co 



Corman, Alpha 

Cordill, S. A 

CordUl, S. A 

Comett, W. L. B. & M. C. . 
Corey, Anna F 



■Costello, John D. & Jennie 
Costello, John D. & Jennie 

'Cottee, John 

■Cottel, W. I 

Counsell, W. H 



Counsell, W. H.... 

Couper, Geo B 

Courand, Mary . . . . 
Courtney, Patrick. 
Courtright, J 



Cousins, Emily 

CoveU, S. H. (Trustee). 

Covell, S. H 

CoveU, S.H 

Covey, C 



Cox, Wm ..... 
Cox, Chri.stina. 

Cox, W. R 

Cox, Chas. H.. 
Cox. Jessie 



Cox, Jessie 

Cox, Jessie 

Cox, H. E. & I. B. 

Coyne, Joseph 

Crane, Walter I — 



Crane, Delly 

Craft, Eva E 

Craft, A. B 

Grader, T.D.&M.E.. 
Crawford, Geo. R 



Crawford, John 

Crawford, James E 

Crawford, W. H. & M. O.... 

Crawford, Wm. F 

Creech, Stephen N 



Creason, H. W 

Cregan, John 

Criteser, I. N. & E. L. 

Criteser. E. L 

Criteser, Ella 



Criswell, E. (Heirs) . 

Criswell, Eli 

Criswell, E. (Heirs). 
Crittenden, C. M. . . . 
Crichton, David . . . . 



CriseU, JM. N. & R. H 

Crissell, M. N 

Crissell, Millard & Robert. , 
Crissell, Millard & Robert. 
Crissey, Wm. L 



Crouse, N. F 

Crosier, Ed. H 

Crosier, H. H 

Cromer, Ida L. & Henry. 
Cromer, W. E. & C 



Cromer, W. E. &C.... 
Cromer, W. E. & J. F. 

Cromer, James 

Cromer, J. F 

Cromer, J. D. & J. F., 



Crow, A. C 

Crothers, J 

Crockett, LUlian W 

Crookshanks, Clarence W J 
Cross, John M 



.50 



20 



13.25 



15 

75 



15 



12 



.50 



40 



35 
6 

12 



110 
2 



15 

5.90 
110 
10 

6 

3 
16 

* 

40 
18 



20.83 

350.00 

45.45 



130.00 
45.00 



48.00 



45.00 



25.00 



45.00 



37.92 
30.00 



50.00 



40.00 



118.36 



28.00 
53.66 



55.00 
50.00 



30.00 



60.00 
58.33 



20.00 



20.00 



20.00 
45.00 



40.00 



75.00 
54.16 
36.00 

250.00 
46.36 
SO. 00 



121.66 
60.00 
60.00 
80.00 



70.00 
300.00 



65.00 
133.33 
65.00 
65.00 
40.00 



15 


00 


40 


00 


40 


00 


55 


55 



57.45 
55 00 
55.00 
55.00 



100.00 
75 00 



81.33 

None 
23.48 
5 

None 

65 
160 

5.27 
23.20 
10 

17.08 
160 

80 
185 
160 

125.72 
105 

40 
126.72 

75 



5 
20 
65 

4. 
None 



50 



.50 



3 
25 

S 
40 
66.50 

66 

272.87 
44.36 

241 .96 
40 

I. SO 
63.55 
80 

r23 

200 

r20 

57 
10 
75 
6.30 

IS 
90 

45 
II 

28. 

None 
57.36 
31.75 
IS 
160 

120 
12.70 
8 

None 
6 

57.60 
60 

None 
5 
S 

15 
None 
180.30 
4.39 
31.77 

77 

4 

20 

None 
S4.40 

2 25 
25,28 
22 66 
22 66 
32 50 



80 
I 
5 

40 



SO 



3.69 

200.00 

11.71 

20,00 

7S.00 

20.00 
5.00 
14.23 
19.83 
17.50 

19.90 

S.OO 

7.00 

16.22 

20.00 

14.99 
11.40 
12.00 
9.94 
5.33 

20.00 
17.50 
10.00 
66.66 
43.27 

114.28 
10.00 
25.00 
30.00 
12.40 

19.69 
16.00 
17.99 
16.00 
5.00 

20.00 
15.10 
5.00 
8.13 
5. SO 

3.75 
5.00 
10.00 
5.00 
9. 52 

10.00 
10.00 
30.00 
10.00 
9.97 

250.00 

9.93 

20.00 

20.00 

5.00 

16.67 
62.98 
12.50 
25.00 
26.66 

9.55 

20.66 

300,00 

25.00 

35.00 

30.00 
40.00 
30.00 
37.50 
11.02 

5.00 
15.00 
IS. 00 
10.00 
12 4 

13.33 

9,80 
15 01 
15,01 
14 77 

100.00 
15,00 
50,00 
30,00 
12 00 



550 
175 
775 
100 
650 

2,875 
800 
315 
460 
175 

430 

800 

560 

3,875 

3,200 

1,875 
2,100 

480 
3,885 

550 

3S0 
350 

1,250 
300 

1,450 

400 

670 

4,150 

1,200 

1,650 

2,000 
4,365 

800 
3,990 

200 

60 

1,660 

400 

1,000 

1,900 

4S0 
525 
100 
475 
1,185 

350 
900 
3,975 
43S 
820 

250 
5,670 
735 
300 
800 

2,000 

2,260 

820 

120 

640 

550 
1,940 
300 
125 
175 

1,425 

800 

1,2550 

800 

590 

430 

700 

300 

1,600 

1.675 

30 

2,950 

560 

560 

1 . 1 40' 

,50 
1 ,200 

4,W 
i 1)00] 

4S0' 



32S 

600 

25 

ISO 

100 

60 

55 
125 

720 

ISO 
120 



335 

425 



100 
S20 



200 
25 



30 
100 
50 

300 



865 

50 
100 

70 
225 
600 
660 

60 

ISO 
690 
100 



295 

480 

40 

SO 

550 



305 



1,265 

1,200 

200 



250 
100 



250 



200 
20 



140 
100 



875 S 

775 

800 

100 

800 

2,975 
800 
37S 
460 
175 

485 

800 

S60 

4,000 

3,200 

1,875 
2,820 

480 
4,03S 

670 

350 

3S0 

l,S85 

300 

1,875 

400 

770 

4,670 

1,200 

1,850 

2,025 
4,365 

800 
3,990 

200 

90 

1,760 

4S0 

1,000 

2,200 

450 

1,390 

100 

525 

1,285 

420 
1,125 
4,575 
1,095 

880 

400 
6,360 
835 
300 
800 

2,295 

2,740 

860 

170 

1.190 

550 
2,245 
300 
125 
175 

1,425 

800 

13,815 

2,000 

790 

490 

700 

300 

1,850 

1,775 

30 

3,200 

560 

560 

I 340 

70 

1,200 

.S90 

, 1.000 

480 



530 
675 
395 



425 
97S 
'230 



105 



430 



1,395 



2,080 
245 



ISO 



785 
'9SS 



370 
2,670 



840 
450 



55 



50 

620 

50 



880 



1,045 



1 25 

985 

220 
225 
2,I7S 
925 
480 

ISO 

4,700 

160 



295 

1,185 

610 

120 

870 



525 

560 

5,105 

1,475 

375 

90 
400 



1,450 

875 



2,485 
160 
160 
685 

20 



340 
2.350 



345$ 

100 

405 

100 

37S 

2,000 
800 
145 
460 
175 

380 

800 

560 

3,570 

3,200 

1,875 
1,425 

480 
1,955 

42S 

200 
350 
800 
300 
920 

400 
400 

2,000 

1,200 

1,010 

1,575 
4,365 

800 
3,935 

200 

40 

1,140 

400 

1,000 

1,320 

450 
345 
100 
400 
300 

200 
900 
2,400 
170 
400 

250 
1,660 
675 
300 
800 

2,000 
1,555 

250 
SO 

320 

SSO 
1,445 
300 
125 
1 75 

900 
240 
8.710 
525 
415 

400 
300 
300 
400 
900 

30 
715 
400 
400 
6SS 

50 

1.200 

250 

I 650 

480 



21.87 
20.39 
12.00 
l.$0 
15.20 

49.08 
12.00 
6.37 
7.52 
2.98 



10 
12.00 
8.40 
60.00 
58.24 

47.25 
59.22 
10.08 
88.76 
13.40 

S.9S 
5.95 

23.78 
S.2S 

48.23 

14.60 
11.55 
91.75 
20.40 
28.25 

44.55 
74.20 
13.60 
67.83 
4.40 

1.35 
28.16 

8.10 
15.00 
39.60 

9.45 
25.02 

1.50 
11.02 
27. S9 

9.24 
28.12 
68.63 
19.15 
22.88 

13.00 
139.92 
18.36 
4.95 
16.80 

40.16 
49.32 
13.76 
2.72 
21.42 

10.72 
33.68 
9.7S 
2.00 
4.38 

21.38 
12.00 
207.23 
30.00 
11.85 

10.78 
10.50 
4.50 
40.70 
26.63 

45 

48.00 

8.40 

8.40 

20,10 

1,05 

25.20 

14.93 

132.00 

8.1 



-16— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taipajer 



lens Cultirattd 



No. of 
Acres 



Per Aero 



Aores TTnoultivated 



No. of 
Aores 




Single Tai 
Assessment 
1910 Wonld 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tai for 1910 

Under Single 

Tai Would 

Hare Been 



Cross, Mary F 

Crown Columbia P. & P. Co 
Crown Columbia P. & P. Co 
Crown Columbia P. & P. Co 
Crown Columbia P &P.Co 

Crown Columbia P. & P. Co 
Crown Columbia P . & P . Co 
Crown Columbia P. & P. Co 

Cronin, Barney 

Crook, Mary 



Crowley, Thos 

Crocker.' Mabel 
Crutcher. Herbert P., 

Crutcher. P. R 

Crutcher, P R 



Cruikshank. David.. . . 
Cruikshank. David.. . . 
Cruikshank, David.. . . 

Crysler. Ralph 

Cubbage, Lucy A 

Culpan. Herbert 

Cumins. J. G. & N. M. 

Cumins, Eugene 

Cumins, Eugene 

Cumins, Eugene 



Cummings, W. H.. 
Cummings, A. R.. , 
Cummings, G. R.. . 
Cummings, Wm . . . 
Cummings, Wm. J. 



Cunningham, Geo.. . 
Cunningham, W. A.. 
Curl, J. W. & M. . . . 
Currin. Robert Y . . . 
Currin. Niemusei.... 



Currin, R. H. & N 

Currin. R. H. & N 

Currin, Kate «& Elsie. . . 
Curin. Hugh F. (Heirs) . 
Curin. Hugh F. (Heirs) . 

Curm, Hugh F. (Heirs) . 

Curnutt, S. (Heirs) 

Curry. Bruce 

Chjme, Duncan 

Currie, Duncan 



Curtis, Grace G.. 
Cutting, Virginia . 
Cutting. Virginia 
Cutting, Oren . . . . 
Cutting. Oren , . . . 



Cutting, Oren 

Dagman, Carl V 

Dagman, Carl V 

Dahlgren, Anders (Heirs) . 
Dahlgren, H 



Dahm, J. C. &M. K.. 

Dahl, Chas. B 

Dahl. Chas. B 

Dale, Alfred 

Dale. Wm 



Dallas J.C 

Dallas, J. C 

Dallas. George . 

Dallas. S. S 

Dallas. Wm. R. 



Dalen, 0. a 

Damm, John 

Damm, J . & fi 

Damours, E. <t Mary C. 
Dant. Mabel. Mrs 



Daniels, W. N.. . . 

Daniels, C. M 

Daniels, Wm 

Daniels. 0. L 

Daniels. .loseph L.. 



Daniels, Thos 

Danielson Edward.. 
Danehv, Patrick.. . . 

Dart, E. K 

Dart. Edward K. . . . 



Dart, Ida E 

Dart, .J. H 

Darnall, H. A 

Darnall, N. H 

Darling. Sarah E. 



21 



.35 



35 



18 

7. 
9 
3 

14 
5 
4 

20 
3 



85 



87 



2.50 



.38 



8 
25 
35 
12 

10 

45 



.20 



12 



25 
18 
30 
10 
62 

40 

6 



45.00 
100.00 



100.00 



160.00 
42.85 



2!4 ,10 



50,00 



35.00 



60.00 
57.50 
150.00 
60.00 

30.00 
30.00 
50.00 
67.50 
58.33 



64.90 
65.00 
104. S3 
65.00 

66 66 
400.00 



75.00 
50.00 



44.00 



50.00 



100.00 
328.16 



61.76 
90.00 
80 00 
40 00 



40.63 
45 00 
58.51 
62.50 

55.00 

48 89 

200.00 

30.00 



45.83 



41.66 

50.00 
40.00 
50.00 
45.00 
45.00 

45.00 
35.00 
58.33 



364.58 



200 . 70 
34.80 
15.02 
25.05 

5 

10 

2.84 
160 

None 
28.74 

None 

ro 

160 
160 
40.56 

6.4Q 
39.70 
96 

120 

159.06 

128 
2 
76 
70 
40 

8.60 
2 

None 

None 

72 

66 
146.90 

n 

57.62 
87.40 

2.7.1 
55 . 75 
46.20 
None 
40.63 

55 . 95 
None 
120 
1.70 

None 

160 

25 

2.50 
44.95 
45 

97.50 
15 

None 
40 
40 

8 

1.50 

9.50 

58.92 
51.44 

2 
7 

113.48 
25 

8.83 

20 
114.29 
None 

20 
160 

160 

3 
120 
14 
30.26 

103 
142 

50 

33 
135 

95 
71 
34 
16.67 

None 



2.50 
10 00 

12 00; 



lU 
15 


00 

00 


8 


20 


45 


0(1 


328 


16 


5 


(HI 


5 


00 


20.00 


40.001 


42 


10 


6 


78 


30 


13 


12 


50 


12 


14 


15 


00 


18 


00 


19 


82 


21 


00 


IS 


75 


25 


(III 


X 


00 


5 


00 


12 


sn 


Ift 


6ft 


12 


.5(1 


16 


07 


18 


56 


19 


42 


7 


04 


20 


(III 


10 


60 


II 


85 


8 


40 


8 


45 


26 


5.1 


20 


57 


62 


SO 



3.195 

300 

4.500 




580 
.100 
300 


1.600 
400 
600 
200 


t 


.100 


SO 




400 
250 
140 


* 
* 


450 
1.425 




985 
100 


800 
1,175 


* 




125 
200 
200 


* 
* 


225 


1 210 

740 




305 


480 




600 




I.SSO 


* 




25 

410 

2,825 

2,500 

925 




100 
1,S0 
605 
400 
655 


970 

4,000 

40 




310 
645 


760 
800 


* 


210 


2,000 
600 

I,i00 
225 
730 


* 
* 


60 

60 
400 


3,250 

1,720 

2,500 

800 




385 

810 

75 


4,300 


. 1 


,185 


2,600 
915 

1 ,250 
340 
175 




100 
140 

200 
375 



535 
4,155 
3,775 

600 
4,800 

,600 
700 
600 
200 

so 

400 
250 
140 

1,435 

1,525 

800 
1,175 
350 
200 
200 

1,515 
240 
480 
600 



1,595 
255 
450 
505 

380 
170 
290 
945 
1 65 

500 
2,655 
2,160 

300 
3,315 

840 
500 



80 
985 
625 



275 
225 



1,015 
100 

40' 
165 



1 ,5.S0 




125 


100 


560 


3SC 


3,430 


1,355 


2,9011 


1,820 


1 ,580 


1,165 


1,280 


650 


4,645 


2,260 


40 


35 


970 


650 


8O0 




2,000 




660 


410 


l,.SO(l 




285 


60 


1,130 


555 


3,635 


1,150 


2,530 


1,405 


2,.S7,S 


975 


X()(] 


3 is 


5,575 


3,240 


2,700 


1,565 


1,055 


380 


1 , 2,1(1 


190 


5411 


200 


550 


520 



2,750 
1,110 

240 
1 ,585 

200 

250 

60 

800 

5 

780 

25, 
600l 
5001 
480' 
210 

90 

1,205 

1,540 

1,500 

715 

800 

20 

665 

850 
500 

350 
500, 
195i 
9001 

1 ,8751 

800 
9051 
410 

1 ,545' 



35 

1,500 

1,615; 

300 

1,485 

760 
200' 
600 

no 

20 

4001 
250 
60 
450 
900! 

800 
900 
125, 

2001 
200 

soo' 

140 

440 

435 

I 550 

25' 

180 

2,075; 

I .osol 

4l5l 

630 

2,385 

s! 

320 
800' 

2,000 
250 

1,500 
225 
575 

2,485 
1,125 
1,600 
455 
2,335 

1,135 
675 

1,060 

340 

30 



106.85 
25.12 

4.08 
38.70 

3.20 

5,25 

,99 

13.28 

3.90 
36.80 

4.80 
13.80 
7.50 
8.44 
3.49 

1.53 
47.60 
26.1 
37.50 
18.75 

12.00 
2.10 
36.85 
17.85 
10.50 

5.25 
37.72 

8.10 
32.40 
59.50 

25.96 
23.66 
11.90 
39 84 
16.80 

8.55 
66.48 
60.39 

9.00 
76.80 

25.60 
18.55 
15.00 
3.00 

.75 

6.00 

5.00 

2.94 

30.14 

32.00 

15.60 
17.62 
11.38 
6.20 
6.20 

26.50 

3.60 

7.20 

10.20 

27.90 

2.12 

9.52 

60.03 

49.30 

34.77 

21.76 
79.27 
1 .04 
14.55 
16.00 

38.00 
10.89 
28. SO 
4.70 
18.65 

56.35 
45.54 
42.48 
16.00 
111.50 

54.00 
23.20 

18.75 
10 80 
17.88 



-17- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






icres GnltiTated 


Acres TTncultiTated 


General Property Assessments in 1910 


Single lai 
Exemptions 
mo Tonld 
Hare Been 


Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Wonld 
Have Been 


Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 


Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

Have Been 


Name of Taipajer 


No. of 
Acres 


Assessment 
Per Acre 


No. of 
Acres 


Assessment 
Per Acre 


On land 


Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
Assessment 




15 

5 
* 
* 


20.00 
60.00 


38.07 
15 
147.75 
40 
46,50 

None 

145 

None 

40 

170 

15 
71 

75 
72 
80 

25,50 
37 
49 
2,43 

18,20 
11,80 
None 
34 
20.90 

None 

36 

400 

160 

120 

10 
10 
40.67 

75 
4 

80 
74 
142 
5 
S3 

40 
180 
160 
112 

None 

28 
42 
27 
20 
40 

25 

38,18 

24.50 

11 

10 

80 
40 

106.66 
11 

None 

None 
21 

24.64 
10 

None 

23 

None 
None 

48 

15.93 

20 

40 

16.95 

67 

20 

6 

27 
59 

None 
None 

None 
14.79 
4 
36.90 

None 


4.99 
30.00 
25.04 
15.00 
15.05 

14.89 
10.00 
30.00 
20.00 
20.00 

10.00 
9.85 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 

15.69 
14.86 
8.20 
34.97 
38.80 

10.99 
17.00 


490 

750 

3,700 

600 

700 

900 
3,500 
1,500 

goo 

3,390 

1,025 

1,500 

1,450 

520 

700 

400 
650 
600 
240 
175 

200 

2,400 

30 

910 

800 

250 

575 

10,000 

3,600 

2,500 

100 
125 
1,990 
585 
405 

800 

580 

1,370 

50 

1,555 

200 

1,200 

1,000 

2,280 

70 

900 

2,300 

670 

300 

2,150 

480 
400 
430 
1,150 
ISO 

1,400 
480 

3.600 
800 

1.500 

20 

725 

3,225 

1,600 

1,300 

650 
1,680 
1,500 
2,900 

100 

SCO 
2O0 
1,535 
5O0 
3O0 

23C 

33C 

6O0 

1,400 

S,70C 

52C 
1,625 
1,02. 
1,30( 

26( 


160 
SO 

* 
* 

330 

1,890 

600 

940 

* 


650 
800 
3,700 
600 
700 

1,2.30 
5,390 
2,100 
1,740 
3,390 

1,025 
1,700 
1,600 
570 
1,300 

400 
905 
600 
240 
175 

200 

2,440 

30 

1,030 

800 

700 

645 

10,000 

3,600 

2,500 

100 
125 


385 
200 


265 
600 
3,700 
600 
700 

325 

2,000 

600 

800 

3,390 

400 
935 
950 
400 
500 

400 
595 
4S0 
1.50 
100 

200 

1,050 

20 

615 

720 

250 

475 

10,000 

3,600 

2,500 

100 
125 
910 
405 

, 75 

800 
400 
820 
50 
720 

200 

1,000 

1,000 

1,860 

30 

600 

1,035 

400 

300 

1,750 

360 
220 
295 
890 
ISO 

S2S 
480 
2,690 
545 
500 

20 

340 

2,220 

1,000 

600 

530 
675 
600 
1,785 
100 

200 
200 
665 
460 
300 

205 
200 
580 
695 
3,800 

52C 
855 
37! 
89( 
17. 


11.83 
22.40 
55.50 
9.00 
10.50 

18.45 
107.80 
67.50 
26.10 
54.30 

20.51 
37.40 
35.20 
13.40 
26.00 

6.00 
13.58 
11.40 
4.80 
3.49 

3.10 

37.82 

SO 

15.45 

16.00 

18.55 
10.63 
200.00 
72.00 
55.00 

3.00 

3. 75 

34.35 

19.20 

10.12 

20.00 
14.60 
28.60 
8.91 
40.91 

3.00 
33.32 
15.00 
40.03 

1.40 

23.55 
37.50 
11.06 
4.95 
49.80 

13.31 
16.57 

7.53 
33.27 

2.48 

35.63 
7.20 
57.75 
16.50 
25,50 

,30 
26.80 
65.08 
41.40 
29.90 

10.50 
42.65 
28.50 
53.00 
2.35 

12.93 

4.70 

44.54 

12. 8( 

4.5( 

7.6^ 

4.9. 

10.3. 

37. 6( 

143.3 

14.6 
38.5 
22.5 
22.9 
8.8 


7.11 


Darling, Thos 


28. 13 












13.91 




* 

22.50 

55 

20 






16.23 




40.00 
37.25 
75.00 


905 
3,390 
1,500 

940 


7. S3 




68.40 


Daugherty, Chas. A 


33.27 
18.54 




* 

25 
24 
20 
8 
20 

* 
3 
6 

2 
2 

* 
SO 
,34 

7 
2 

.50 
4 

* 
* 
* 

* 

* 

35 

6 

11 

* 

6 

22 




84,63 


Daugherty, Otis R 

Daugherty, M, E„ C. B, & E 
Daugherty, M.E.,C.B.&E 

Daugherty. W. H. & A 

Daugherty, Louis A 

Davis C A 


30.00 
33.35 
35.00 
20.00 
15.00 


625 
765 
650 
170 
800 


13,68 


200 

150 

SO 

600 

* 
255 


30,19 
30,67 
13,51 
14,28 

9.27 


Davis, CO. & N.E 


33.33 
33.33 
77.50 
75.00 


,3io 

ISO 
90 

75 


13.79 
13.05 






4.80 


Davis S J ... 




3.10 




* 
40 


4.83 




44.00 


1,390 

10 

415 

80 

450 
170 


25.36 


Davis H J*: .... 


.49 




57.14 
75.00 

500.00 
37.50 


15.00 
31,53 

500,00 
11.80 
25.00 
22.50 
20.83 

10.00 
12.50 
12.04 
5.00 
5.00 

10,00 
5,00 
5,00 

10,00 
9,00 

5 00 
5,00 
6,25 
15,00 
112,20 

15,00 
11,90 
10,00 
15,00 
35,00 

12,00 
4,97 
10,00 
63,63 
15,00 

5.00 

12 00 

18,75 

21,81 

100,00 

133,33 
9,52 
49,67 
50,00 
SO, 00 

15,22 
40.00 
40,00 
27.07 
6.25 

5.00 
5.00 

15.90 
6.56 

15 00 

29 10 

5.55 

9.66 

200.00 

200.00 

40.00 
28.73 
18.75 
18.97 
70,00 


120 


14.26 




23.05 




450 
70 

* 
* 
* 

* 

* 
300 
375 


11.44 




12.25 




307.50 


Davi=i A H 






110.70 








84.53 


Davis P T 






5.67 








7:09 


Davis, Wm 

Daris, Wm,W 


42.85 
35.00 
35.00 


2,290 
960 

405 

800 
730 

1,430 
445 

2,045 

200 

l.SIS 

1,000 

2,355 

70 

1,570 

2,500 

670 

300 

2,490 

800 
710 
430 
1,305 
ISO 

1,875 
480 
3,850 
1,100 
1,700 

20 
1,375 
3,425 
1,800 
1,300 

700 
2,245 
1,500 
3,200 

100 

550 
200 
2,120 
850 
300 

255 

330 

690 

1,600 

6,100 

770 
1,925 
1,025 
1,350 

38S 


1,380 
555 
330 


21.09 
13.93 


Davis W W & S M . 


2.36 




* 

ISO 

60 

395 

490 

* 

315 

* 

75 


25.16 


Davis, W. W. & L 


35.00 
30.00 


330 

610 

395 

1,325 


13.75 
28.19 


Davis IC T 


1.72 




27 

* 

20 

* 

12 

.35 

12 
45 
13 

* 

10 

5 
6 
5 
4 

* 

25 

37 
14 
5 

07 
15 
20 
10 
12 

12 

16.89 
IS 
18 

* 

20 

* 

25 
3 

* 

9 

3.47 
19 

1.30 
15 
16 
10 

2. SO 


40.00 

"is'oo 


24.75 




4.64 




SIS 


32.29 




23.18 




50.00 
285.70 

40.00 
40.00 
20.76 


495 
40 

970 

1,465 

270 


,52.58 




.89 


Davi« Wm X ... 


670 
200 


13.91 




23.99 




10.31 




* 
340 

320 
310 


7.73 


Davis. J. P. & S 


75.00 

36.00 
35.00 
37.00 
112.50 


740 

440 
490 
135 
415 


55.57 




9.28 


Davis, F.H 

Davis J (Heirs) 


6.92 
7.81 




155 

* 

475 

* 

250 
300 
200 


33.51 




3.87 




40.00 


1,350 


15.23 




11.13 




43.24 

40.00 

300.00 

133,33 
35,00 
100,00 
110,00 
108,50 

25,00 
99.45 
100,00 
88,89 


1,160 

555 

1,200 


62.35 




12.63 


Davies, J. F 


11.59 
.46 


Davies, Christena I 

Davidson, I. G 


650 
200 
200 


1,035 

1,205 

800 

700 

170 
1,570 

900 
1,415 


10.00 
63.45 
33.66 




20.20 




50 
565 


12.29 




19.30 




17.15 




300 

* 

50 

585 
350 

* 

25 




47.52 


Davidson, K. W 


3.38 


Davidson, R. W 


20,00 


350 


6.76 


Davidson, R. W 


6.76 


Davidson R. W. . 


50,60 
20,00 


1,455 
390 


25.97 


Davenport, J. Frank 


10.65 
6.95 


Day, Earl 


55,00 

20,00 

,30,00 

403,45 

300,00 

40,00 
80,00 
59.38 
60.00 
108.00 


50 

130 

110 

90S 

2,300 

250 
1,070 
65C 
46C 
2I{ 


i 12.56 




> 4.64 


Day, Thos 


90 
200 
400 

250 
300 


i 13.44 


Dayton, Frank & Nellie 


) 24.48 
i 133,83 




! 14.85 


Daywttit, Geo, T 


J 27.37 


Dean, C. W 


2 14.3! 


Dean. C. W 


) SO 
)l I2S 


5 23.21 


Deane, Myrtle H 


6 5,89 



—18— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taxpayer 



lores Oultivated 



Ko.of 

icree 



Deakins, A. E 

Deakins, MUes 

Deakins, Chas 

Deakins, Chas 

Deal dorf , J. M. (Heirs) . , . 



Deardorff, Burton M 

Deardorff, Jos. E 

Deardorff, J. B. & C. P... 
Deardorff, J. B. (Heirs)... 
Deardorff, W. A 



Deardorff, W. A 

Deardorff, R. (Heirs).. 
Deatsman, Wallace G. 

DeBord, E. F 

Decker, Xaver 



Decker, Xaver 

Decker, Xaver 

Decker, Josef (Heirs).. . 

Dedman, Anna B 

Dedman, S. E. & E. P.. 



Dietz, Rebecca 

Rietz, Rebecca 

Deininger, John. ... 

Deknm, G. P 

Dekum, G. P 



Delk, Joseph & S. E 

Delker, Frederick 

Delore, Bazie 

Delano, John H. & M. E.. 
Delano, A. J 

Dement, R. M 

Demoy, A 

Denny, Clark H. & Carrie.. 

Denny, M.J 

Denny, M. J 



Denny, John 

Dennis, John C & Wm M. 

Dennison, John 

Dennison, John 

DeNeui, John R 



DeNeui; John R 

De Neui, Flora 

De Neui, Clara A 

Denzler, Herman 

De Niederhausern, F. & W 



Derry, Geo. W 

Derry, Lillian 

Derrick, S. L 

Dereaves, Alphonze. 
De Shields, P. S 



De Shields, Anna W. 
De Shields, Geo. A... 
De Shields, Geo. A... 

DeShazer, J. G 

DeShazer, J. G 



DeShazer, J. G 

DeShazer, Jas 

Deter, J. V 

Detamore, Alice M. 
Detamore, F. A. . . . 



Devine, Mathew. 
DeYoe, Chloa M. 
DeYoe, Chloa M. 

De Young, G 

D'Hondt, Edna.. 



Dhooghe, Frank 

Dibble, R. T 

Dibble, R. T. & J. L. 

Dibble, John E 

Dibble, Geo. E 



Dibble, T. L. & Guy. 
Dibble, T.L.& Guy.. 

Dibble, Thos. L 

Dibble, Thos. L 

Dibble, Walter P 



Dibble, J. L 

Dick, J. A 

Dick, J. S. & A. E. 

Dickey, Ira 

Dickey, Ira 



4 
4. SO 
4.75 
2.85 



25 



24 

* 

10 

4.70 
33 

20 
13 

5 
45 

7 

1.50 
47 
5 

* 

10 

4.50 



18 
20 



3 
14 

57 

24 

3 

* 

40 

18 
30 
10 



9 

28 



40 

* 

30 

* 

SO 



ABSflssment 
Per lore 



3.18 
.30 

35 
3 

18 
SO 
50 



30 



.50 



Dickey, James O 

Dickey, Rayrnond 

Dickey, Alwilda. '. I 75 

Dickon, Mary J. Mrs 

Dicken. Mary .T I * 



106.24 
100.00 
105.47 
105.26 



60.00 
60.00 
60.00 
65.00 
60.00 



25.00 



40.00 



38.00 
75.00 
106.00 

52.50 
52.50 
55.00 
55.00 
55.00 

133.33 
65.00 
100 



125.00 
55. 55 



60.00 



69.44 
65.00 



266.67 
65.00 

60.00 
60,00 
60.00 



50.00 

300.00 

80.00 



81.25 



75.00 
45.53 



35.00 



23.33 

■366! 66 



Aores UnonltiTated 



298.74 



60,71 
60,00 

25,00 
50,00 
50.00 
20.00 
20.00 

15.00 



55.00 
55.00 
55.00 

60.00 



80.00 
35.00 
35.00 

35.00 



35.00 



Ko.of 
ioiee 



17.54 
2.50 

.25 
None 
40 

9. 

52.37 
191,6: 
2.20 
95 

2 

3 

52 

162 

163 

96 

80 
150 

None 
18.60 

126 

38 

77' 
None 

2,50 
113. 
5 
6.20 

None 

15.50 
160 

20.44 

20 
142 

40 
80 
86.77 

None 
26 

13 

54.40 

77 

.68 
40 

68 
II 
None 
20 
12.12 

6 

8.67 
13.33 
25 
40 

40 
170. 
80 

None 



None 
None 
.63 

19 

27 

182 

70 
133 40 

32 

30 

135 
66 , 37 

None 
40 
45 

None 
2 

None 
22,50 
72,59 

121.85 

5 
234,82 

10 

82.41 



Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings i 
Personal 
Property 



39,90 
50.00 
60.00 
60,00 
12,50 

20,30 
20,00 
20.32 
56,81 
25,00 

25,00 

41,66 

7,69 

4.00 

5.52 

13.54 
12.00 
4.66 
30.00 
26.88 

20.25 
20.40 
17.24 
20.00 
25.00 

80.00 
20,00 
50.00 
93,55 
75,00 

20,00 
5,00 
14.67 
35,00 
30,00 

30,00 
10,00 
10.95 
125.00 
10.00 

20.00 
24.80 
20.00 
147.00 
7.50 

17.66 

175.00 

50.00 

10.00 

28.87 

30.00 
10.38 

9.76 
10.00 

8.00 

9.00 

5.00 

8.00 

150.00 

300.00 

128.93 



100.00 

15.78 
24.81 

8.24 
15.00 
IS. 00 
5.00 
5.00 

3.15 
3.01 
IS. 00 
15.00 
15.55 

15.00 
90.00 
30.00 
11.78 
11.02 

11.90 

9.00 

8.94 

30.00 

I6.17I 



1,125 
575 
515 
300 
500 

245 
1,770 
9,000 

255 
6,275 

SO 

125 

1,025 

640 

900 

2,260 
960 

1,080 
350 

4,000 

3,600 
l,40S 

295 
4,015 

385 

400 

S,3IS 

750 

580 

1,250 

560 
800 

1,320 
700 

5,510 

2,500 
800 
950 
800 

1,170 

3,680 
2.790 
1,720 
100 
1,900 

2,100 

10,925 

800 

200 

1,000 

855 

1,365 

130 

250 

1,720 

360 
1,550 
640 
ISO 
300 

950 

65 

60 

2,225 

850 

1,950 

3,550 

4,495 

320 

310 

S75 

200 

275 

4,175 

3,735 

60 
180 

40 
615 
1,500 

2,500 

45 

4,725 

300 

1,320 



250 



115 



135 
610 
240 



150 
70 
50 

140 
50 



610 

2,230 

75 

595 

300 

100 

200 
400 
355 

* 

100 

25 
* 

200 



750 

525 



400 
980 



Total 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Would 
Have Been 



320 

560 

75 

165 

175 

SO 
200 
215 
355 
200 



200 



50 
200 

325 
100 

100 
570 
200 
365 
395 



670 
545 



75 
530 



1,285 

7S0 

1,070 

500 

165 



1,375 
575 
515 
415 
500 

380 
2,380 
9,340 

255 
6,425 

120 
125 
1,075 
640 
900 

2,400 
960 

1,130 
350 

4,610 

5,830 
1,480 

890 
4,315 

485 

600 
5,715 
1,105 

580 
1,350 

585 
800 

1,520 
700 

5,510 

2,600 

800 

950 

1,550 

1,695 

4,080 
3,770 
1.720 
IOC 
2,220 

2,660 

1 1 ,000 

965 

200 

1,175 

90S 

1,565 

345 

60S 

1,920 

360 
1,750 
640 
ISO 
500 

1,000 

265 

60 

3,550 
950 

3,050 

4,130 

4,695 

685 

70S 

S7S 

300 

275 

4,845 

4,370 

135 
180 

570 
615 

2,785 

3,250 
1,115 

5,225 

465 

\.X2W 



515 
235 
315 

245 



175 

1,090 

3,620 

20 

2,425 

70 



485 



775 



385 

210 

3,235 

3,875 
460 
785 

l,87S 
310 

280 

3,515 

605 



600 
185 
970 
Jlb 
800 



1,175 
1,295 

2,680 

1,835 

120 



Single Tax 



1910 Would 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

Have Been 



1,620 

1,140 

3,825 
465 



595 

4S5 

1,185 

215 

355 

1,280 



750 



75 
200 



590 
200 



1,700 
205 

405 

2,330 

1,943 

485 

515 

130 



300 
3,270 
2,715 

120 



555 

235 

1,765 

1,445 

1,070 

2,455 

165 



860 


31.63 


.■t!i( 


13,23 


30( 


11,84 


I7( 


9,54 


500 


9,00 


205 


II .94 


1,39( 


78.54 


5 62( 


138,60 


235 


4,32 


4,000 


96,38 


SO 


1.80 


125 


2.50 


S9(: 


16.12 


64f 


13.44 


900 


23.94 


1,625 


55.20 


96( 


19.20 


745 


19.71 


14( 


9.10 


1,385 


106.03 


2,955 


88.75 


1,021 


37.20 


105 


13.35 


2,44C 


69.05 


175 


7.77 


320 


15.30 


3,20( 


85.73 


50( 


16.58 


581 


11.60 


750 


34.43 


400 


9.65 


soc 


20.00 


ssc 


45.60 


701; 


10.50 


4,800 


82.65 


1,800 


39.00 


8011 


20.00 


9S<1 


19.95 


.175 


31. OC 


400 


27.38 


1,400 


65.28 


1 ,945 


56 . 55 


l,6U(l 


25.80 


1(1(1 


3.2.S 


600 


35 . 4( 


1 520 


46.54 


7,175 


176.00 


.50(1 


14.48 


20(1 


3.00 


580 


33.49 


450 


18.09 


3811 


34.43 


I.W 


7.59 


25(1 


13.09 


640 


38.40 


360 


10.80 


1,00(1 


43.75 


64(1 


16:00 


75 


3.52 


300 


11.75 


410 


26.50 


65 


6.89 


6(1 


1.56 


85(1 


43.35 


745 


15.20 


1,645 


43.05 


1,80(J 


86.52 


2,75(1 


98.58 


20(1 


12.33 


190 


12.69 


4S5 


12.36 


20(1 


4.70 


75 


5.77 


1,575 


101.75 


1,555 


89.64 


15 


2.82 


180 


6.57 


IS 


14.82 


38(1 


11.99 


1,020 


54.31 


1,805 


63.38 


45 


21.81 


2,77(1 


101.89 


30(1 


9.98 


l.32n 


19 80 



—19— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of T&xpajer 



lores Cultivated 



So. of 
Acres 



Per Aore 



Acres Uncultivated 



No, of Assessment 
Acres Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



Eaildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonld 
Have Been 



Single Tax 



1910 ■» onld 
Eave Been 



Actoal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

Save Been 



Dietze, C 

Dickson, J. H 

Dickson, C. L 

IJickerson, W, O. & I. T... 
Dickurson, W. O 



Dickerson, W. 0. 
Dickersoh, W. O. 
Diett, Augu.st. . . . 
Dietze, C. & A... 
Dietze, C. & A... 



Dickerson, C. D 

Dietrich, Hci-rrjan, F. . 
Dieckman, Henrv K.. 

Dillon, Mary 10 

Dillow, J. R 

Dillman, S. O 

Dillman, E. C 

Dimick, D. R, & F. L, 

Dimick, D. R 

Dimick, W. A 



Dimick, W. A 

Dimick, W. A 

Dimick, ,J. R 

Dindia, Giovanni. . 
Dittman Bernard. 



Dix, Elizabeth. 

Dix, K. O 

Dix, I. O 

Dixon, ]']lmer. . 
Dixon, J. C. . . . 



Dixon, W. J 

Dixon, Wm 

Dobbins, Jos. . . . 
Dod.son, Belle J. 
Dodaon, W.J... 



Dodson, Wm. C 

Dodge, Frank E. & Belle S 

Dodise, N.E 

Doernbecker, Mfg. Co. . . . 
Dolan, Maggie L 



Dolan, Maggie L 

Dolan, Elva 

Dolan, Sophia 

Dolan, .'^ophia 

Dolan, John (Heirs) . 



Dolan, John (Heirs) . 

Dolan, John 

Dolan, Margaret. ... 
DoLscn, MarKaret. . . , 
Dollansky, J., Jr 



Donald, R. L 

Donley, M. E 

Dona van, J. & K. V. 

Donahue, M. C 

Donahue, Kinmett.. 



Donaldson, Lee... 

Dooney. M 

Dooley, Marcaret. 
Dorr, Temple E. . . 
Dorr, Temple E. . . 



Dorr, Temple E. 
Dorr, Temple E. 
Dorr, Temple E. 
Dorr, Temple E. 
Dorlis, H 



Dorlis, H 

DoremuR, Henrietta . 

Douglas, P. A 

Douelas, S. A 

Douglas, S. A 



Douglas, Haryey 

Dougla,a, J. F . 

Douglas, John F 

Douglas, Edith M 

Douglas, W. II. 4 Bertha. 



Doudas, W. H. .t Bertha. 

T>unicia>s, AValter 11 

DuukIhs. J. W 

IJuijitlass, Wm. F 

DuuRlas D. W 



Oougan, Arthur. 
Dowty, .lohn W. 
Dowty, John F. . 

Dwwlinff , A 

Uo-.'tiin". F, E. 



17.50 

12 
2 
14 



34 
40 



7 

3 

25 

10 



35 
14 , 



25 



SO 



13.70 
.25 
8 
20 

5 
40 



30 

* 

25 



.41 



16 



3 

18.50 
3 
65 

10 
20 
15 

40 



52.00 
50.00 





12 


SO 


91 


42 


40 


00 


52 


5(i 


52 


14 



40 00 
70 00 



2S0.00 

120.00 
120.00 
40.00 
45.00 



52.00 
60.00 



20.00 

■466 '66 



153.28 

300 . 00 

50.00 

50.00 

.30.00 
55.00 



40.00 
40.00 



30 00 



65.00 
300 . 00 



60,00 

'46!66 



60.00 

'46!6o 



20.00 



70.00 
59.45 
60.00 
40.00 

60.00 
40,00 
40.00 
40.00 



40.00 
40.00 
40.00 
40.00 
30.00 

30. m 

54.91 



80 00 



20 


25.00 


3.12 


20.00 


25 


8.00 


21 


47.62 


IS8.80 


3.78 


None 


30.00 


2.50 


60 00 


68 


14.70 


4 


IS. 00 


18.92 


20.08 


7 


8.57 


18.40 


27.17 


120 


40.00 


3 


400.00 


.77 


90.90 


None 


50.00 


7 


50.00 


1.15 


9.63 


35 


10.70 


107.06 


22.42 


75 


20.00 


40 


10.00 


43 


20.00 


24 


20.00 


2.50 


250.00 


95 


5.00 


23.60 


14.83 


80 


5.00 


None 


400.00 


.18 


277.78 


40 


5.00 


None 


113.85 


None 


100.00 


12 


20.00 


70 


20.00 


75 


5.33 


68.71 


24.74 


80 


8.00 


15.33 


72.27 


80 


15.00 


35 


14.28 


,30 


16.66 


80 


7.50 


60 


10.00 


200 


10.00 


80 


16.00 


200 


15.00 


40 


7.50 


7.50 


,30.00 


Nttiie 


175.00 


8.50 


40.00 


143 


22.37 


26 


13.47 


135 


10.00 


None 




20 


20.00 


6.23 


11.00 


160 


15.00 


306.16 


13 97 


40 


10.00 


520 


17. .30 


400 


20,00 


20 


15.00 


80 


20,00 


46 


6.52 


20 


5.00 


2 


20.00 


l.SO 


16.66 


None 


17.01 


35 


14.28 


None 


25.00 


20 


6.00 


65 


6.15 


40 


10.00 


160. 


10.62 


9 


10.00 


65 


10.00 


35 


10.00 


94. SS 


9.95 


65 


5.00 


41.50 


10.84 


92.50 


19.47 


160.07 


5.00 


160 


6.23 


\i 


40 onl 



760 
610 
200 
1,000 
625 

1,600 
150 

1,480 
165 

1,110 

60 

1,860 

7,600 

1,200 

820 

840 
710 

2,300 
825 

2,400 

1,500 

400 

2,680 

1,320 

500 

975 
350 
400 
200 
50 

200 

2,100 

75 

640 
2,400 

550 
3,900 

640 
1,200 
1,200 

2,300 

900 

600 

1,200 

2,000 

1,280 
3,000 
300 
1,135 
1,800 

340 
5,000 

450 

2,350 

40 

400 

790 

2,400 

4,680 

400 

9,000 
8,000 

300 
1,600 

620 

100 
250 

1,120 
1 80 

3,100 

600 

920 

1,000 

2,000 

1,800 

530 
1,250 
2,950 
1,940 

775 

750 
4,825 

800 
1,000 
1.040 



150 
150 



250 



475 
250 
870 



420 
ISO 



25 
300 



385 

375 

20 



175 

80 

710 



200 

5,600 

* 

140 



315 
45 



770 
50 



SO 



345 



30 

40 

220 

125 

175 
ISO 

385 



600 

ISO 

1,005 

415 

50 

SO 
715 



100 



910 
760 
200 
1,000 
625 

1,850 
150 

1,480 
165 

1,585 

60 
2,335 
7,850 
2,070 

820 

840 
710 

2,720 
975 

2,400 

1,500 

400 

2,705 

1,620 

500 

1,360 
350 
400 

575 
50 

220 

2,100 

250 

720 

3,110 

550 
4,100 

640 
6,800 
1,200 

2,440 

900 

600 

1,200 

2,000 

1,280 
3,000 
300 
1 ,450 
1,845 

340 
5,300 

450 

3,120 

90 

400 

840 

2,400 

4,680 

400 

9,000 
8,000 

300 
1,600 

965 

100 

280 

1,160 

400 

3,225 

775 
1,070 
1 ,385 
2,000 
1,800 

1,130 
1,400 
3,955 
2,355 
825 

800 
S,S40 

800 
1,000 
1.140 



285 
520 



20 



305 

75 

925 



915 

1,4.50 

870 

480 

490 

185 

1,180 

495 



1,145 
860 



760 



375 



20 

540 

225 

320 

1,310 

125 
1,410 



5,600 



1,300 
235 



805 
795 



1,430 



1,520 
50 



640 



165 



560 



180 

82S 

350 

1,795 

525 

830 

895 

1,200 



930 

600 

2,955 

1,165 

425 

240 
2,670 



340 



625 
240 
200 
1,000 
605 

525 

150 

1,175 

90 

660 

60 

1,420 

6,400 

1,200 

340 

350 
525 

1,540 
480 

2,400 

1,500 
400 

1,560 
760 
SOO 

600 
350 
400 
200 
SO 

200 

1,560 

25 

400 
1,800 

425 
2,690 

640 
1,200 
1,200 

1.140 
665 
600 
800 

2,000 

1,280 

3,000 

300 

645 

1,050 

340 
3,870 

450 

1,600 

40 

400 

200 

2,400 

4,515 

400 

0,000 
8,000 

300 
1,600 

405 

100 

100 

33.': 

50 

1,430 

250 
240 
490 
800 
1,800 

200 

800 

1,000 

1,190 

400 

560 
2,870 

800 
1,000 

800 



14 56 
12,541 
3 00! 
16 00 
11.37 

27.75 
2.25 

34.04 
2.64 

25.37 

1.09 

35.02 

117.75 

39.33 

14.76 

15.96 
13.49 
54.40 
19.51 
64.00 

38.44 
8.80 
43.28 
24.30 
10.00 

31.27 
5.77 
6.80 

18.68 
1.62 

S.SO 
39.90 

6.63 
10.80 
46.65 

13.75 

73.80 

9.60 

120.60 

20.40 

42.80 
13.50 
12.60 
25.20 
30.00 

25.60 
45.00 
4.56 
21.76 
29.52 

5.61 

174.90 

6.75 

56.16 

2.70 

6.40 
12.60 
60.00 
80.24 

6.00 

150.00 

145.70 

5.40 

24.00 

17.36 

1.80 
7.23 

17.40 
6.00 

65.3 

20.15 
16.05 
20.78 
34.00 
36.00 

30. SI 
37.80 
106.79 
40.03 
12.37 

13.12 
88.64 
20.00 
17.50 

20 52 



-20— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






lens CdtiTated 


Aores Uncultiyited 


Seneral Property Assessments in 1910 


Single Tax 
Hiemptions 
1910 ¥onld 
lave Been 


Single Tai 
Assessment 
1910 Would 
lave Been 


Actual Tal 

Paid for 

1910 


Tai for 1910 

Under Single 

Tai Would 

laye Been 


Mame of Taipayer 


So. of 
Acrea 


Assessment 
Per Acre 


Mo. of 
Acres 


Assessment 
Per Acre 


On land 


Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
Assessment 




4 
8 

* 

* 
8 

27 

* 

* 
.64 
.25 

48 

* 

* 
40 
10 

60 

* 

14 

15 

.32 

* 
* 

23 

* 

35 

3 

* 

IS 

* 
* 

SO 

* 
* 

* 

* 

30 

3 

* 

* 

7 

20 

15 

* 

10 
IS 
45 

* 

12 

18 

1.25 

* 

* 
.63 

.24 

* 
* 

S 

23 
22 

2 

2 

3 
35 
25 
33 
12 

* 

12 

* 

130 

* 
40 
20 

* 

8 

* 
* 
* 
* 



80 00 
30 00 


6 

72 
10 
40 
32 

30.50 
3.08 

4 
None 
None 

32 
320 
160 

51.44 

11 

52 45 
480 
65.65 
25 

None 

80 

9.S2 
03.53 
40 
20 

IS 

16.44 
51.15 
40 

55 

40.00 
160 

90 
160 
320 

10 

38.76 
130 
7 
40 

160 

142 
2. SO 
5 
65 

39 

88.60 
59 
160 
2.63 

2 

None 
.12 

.33 

None 

None 
.24 
.36 

12 
15 
18 

1 

24.91 

49.73 

25 

45 

27.40 

54.14 
3.45 

43.06 
160 
151.20 

10 
80 
10 
40 
112 

SO 
160 

80 
170 
120 


40.00 
4.16 
30.00 
12.50 
20.00 

16.39 
162.33 
125.00 

50.00 
120.00 

20.00 

3.75 

7.00 

21,77 

20.00 

30 00 
10.00 
7 61 
25.00 
46 87 

7.50 
30.00 

5.35 
16.25 
10. UO 

10.00 
9.79 
II .74 
10.00 

8.18 

50.00 
4.00 
12.23 
10.00 
3.13 

11.00 
6.70 
10.00 
10.00 
S.OO 

4.00 
24.64 
40.00 
40.00 
10.00 

5.13 
11.83 
15.00 

5.00 
47.16 

50.00 
60.00 


.560 
540 
300 

500 
1,040 

1,830 

500 

500 

63 

60 

3,080 
1,200 
1,120 
3,220 
770 

5,770 
4,800 
1,000 
1 ,450 
25 

600 
285 
1.625 
650 
200 

1,725 
160 
700 
400 

1,750 

2,000 
640 
3,600 
1,600 
1,000 

110 
260 
2,500 
190 
200 

640 
3,865 
1,700 
1,400 

650 

450 
1,630 
3,135 

800 
1.325 

1,900 

133 

75 

200 
ISO 
200 
100 
175 

1,080 

1,000 

1,505 

210 

210 

375 
2,065 
1,375 
1,600 
1,050 

1,080 
560 

1,125 

800 

10,945 

75 

3.000 

1,3,50 

SOC 

2,640 

750 
8O0 
800 
1,850 
SOO 




560 
905 
300 
.500 
1,295 

2,405 

SOO 

500 

65 

95 

3,415 
1,200 
1,120 
3,775 
1,300 

6,170 
4,800 
1,310 
1,675 

25 

600 
285 
■ 1 ,625 
650 
200 

1,725 
160 

2 160 
400 

l,7,S0 

2,000 
640 
3,650 
1,600 
1,000 

110 
260 
3,320 
320 
200 

640 
4,745 
2,345 
1,400 

630 

595 
2215 
3,735 

800 
1. 375 

3,400 

535 

75 

200 
645 
550 
100 
175 

1,225 
1,130 
2,420 
1,065 
210 

775 
2,380 
1,6.W 
1,870 
1,570 

1,080 
560 

1,560 

800 

11,405 

75 

3,5S.S 

1,350 

SOO 

2,640 

750 
800 
800 
1,850 
5.30 


160 
570 


400 
335 
300 
500 
8O0 

940 

.500 

500 

30 

30 

1,600 
1,200 
1,120 
1,990 

420 

3,375 

4,800 

605 

1,000 

15 

600 

285 
635 
6.50 
200 

SOO 
160 
f.'O 
400 
1.270 

2,000 
640 
1,710 
1.600 
1,000 

no 

260 

1.600 

100 

200 

640 

3 670 

900 

SOO 
650 

250 

1,225 

1,.5A0 

800 

690 

1,000 

75 

75 

200 
150 
200 
100 
!75 

665 
400 
535 
ISO 
ISO 

270 
8,35 
400 
710 
690 

1,080 
560 
825 
800 

7,030 

75 
1,500 

750 
50(1 

2,400 

75f 
SOC 
86( 
1,85C 
SOf 


10 OS 
23 53 

4 ,50 
9 00 

19.42 

40.88 

11.75 

9.00 

1.66 

3.46 

51 .23 
25.20 
23.52 
61 .16 
20.05 

92.55 
96.00 
26.20 

28-47 
.53 

9.00 

4.27 

35.76 

11 .38 
4.40 

37 95 

3 52 

64 80 

8 40 

26 25 

35 60 

13 44 
54 75 
24.00 
15 00 

1 98 

6.50 

59.76 

5 76 
3 60 

13.44 
75 93 
39 86 
23 80 

14 30 

12.65 
44 . 82 
77.71 
14 56 
34.12 

78.20 

12.31 
1 .93 

5. 30 
17.09 
14.58 
2.65 
4.65 

24.03 
24.13 
37.02 
15.97 
3 15 

17.04 
52.36 
,34.34 
28.05 
,36 II 

27 00 
14.00 

25.78 
12.00 

171.07 

1.64 
33.32 
22.27 

7.50 
39.60 

18.75 
16. OO 
16.00 
38.57 
13.2= 


12.88 




365 

* 

255 

553 
* 

* 


10 91 


Doyle, Wm 


6.93 








13.89 


Dozier. J.H 

Drake J T 


50.00 
50.00 


495 
1,465 


18.54 
25.92 




17.61 








16.09 




101.56 
240.00 

50.83 


35 
65 

1,815 


1.13 




35 

335 

* 

553 

530 

400 

* 

310 

225 


1.43 




37.10 


Dresser A. ft 


48.20 








44.98 




S2.S0 
55.00 

70.00 


1,785 
880 

2,795 


49.71 




9.74 


Drinker, F. P 

Drinker. F. P 


78.23 
137.04 




35.72 
SS.OO 
78.12 


705 

67S 

10 


20.03 


Druschel. C. W 

Druschel, C. W 


27.37 
.70 


Dryden, A. Van H 


* 
* 


13.91 






6.61 




45.00 


990 


28.37 




* 
* 


17.22 






1,225 

r,5S0 


8.94 




45.00 


22 24 




* 

1,460 

* 


7.15 


Dubois Lumber Co 


41.66 


37.38 
13 83 




50 00 


480 


29 44 


Dudlcv H. W 


* 
* 

SO 

* 
* 

* 

* 
820 
130 

* 

* 
880 
645 


54.28 


Duff H W 




19.00 


Dnffv Tlios ...... 


50.00 


1,940 


39.64 




37 09 


Dufur Geo H 






23. 18 








3.11 








10.43 




40.00 
40.00 


1,720 

220 


45 30 




2 83 




5 55 








19 00 


Dundas, Richard 


52.14 
80.00 
80.00 


1.075 

1,445 

600 


92.63 
23 56 


Duncan, Henry T 


20 94 


* 

145 
565 
600 

SO 

1,300 
400 

* 
495 
350 

* 
* 

145 
150 
915 

855 


25.74 




25.00 
40.00 
50.00 


.345 

990 

2,175 


8.59 


Donton, L, C 

Dunton.L.C&S.M. ...... 

Dimniway, Ralph R 

Dupee, David & Mary A.. . 

Dupont, E. I., DeNemours 


41.60 

58.28 
21 46 


lOO.OO 

100.00 
108.00 


685 

2,400 
460 


25.06 
33.66 


Dupont, E. I. DeNemours 


2.53 




3.43 










9.14 


Durst M 






495 
350 


6.84 


Durst M 






9.14 








4.37 










8.01 




85.00 
34.00 
57.50 
80.00 
80.00 

45.00 
45.00 
45.00 
34.28 
47.50 


33.33 
10.00 
13.33 
50.00 
50.00 

9.65 
9.85 
8.00 

8.88 
17.32 

19.95 

102.75 

14.98 

S.OO 

25.00 

7.50 
12.30 
25.00 
12.50 
20.00 

15.00 
5.00 
10.00 
10.88 
4..L7 


560 

750 

1,885 

915 

60 

SOS 
1,545 
1,235 
1.160 

880 


21.11 


Dnrat Albert 


13.83 




15.12 




3.4f 




3.4i 


Duus, J. C 

Duus, J. C 


400 
315 
260 
270 
520 

* 

435 

* 

460 

* 
355 
, . . .^. . . 


10.69 
33.06 
14.32 


Duvall, D. M 

D worsciiak, John 


16. 4C 
25 00 

43 70 




■■■■-io'.oo 
■■"ss'.oo 




21.0' 


Eaden, Thos. & W 


735 


21.07 

18.54 


Eagan, John & Susan J 

F,nrlv f! A ' 


4,375 


162.96 
2.31 


Eastman, E. C 

Eastman, Emily J 

Eastman, E. H 

Eastham, 0. W 


50.00 
53.00 

""soM 


2,055 
6O0 


34.77 
18. 8S 
11 59 




240 




55.63 


* 

* 

* 
30 


30. 3< 


Eastham, O. W 

Eastern Investment Co 

Eastern Investment Co 

Eastern Investment Co 







22.84 







27. SC 




. 


54. 7f 




3f 


IS It 



21— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 





Acres Cultiratsd 


Acres UncultiYated 


General Property Assessments in 1910 


Single Tax 
Hiemptions 
1910 Wonld 
Have Been 


Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 -Would 
lave Been 


Aetna! Tax 

Paid for 

1910 


Tax for 1910 

Undw Single 

Tax Would 

laTt Been 


Kame of Talpayer 


No. of 
Acres 


Assessment 
Per Acre 


No. of 

Acres 


Assessment 
Per Acre 


On Land 


Bnildings <i 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
Assessment 


East Side Mill & Lhr. Co.... 


15 
6 

* 

2.44 
15 

7 
9 
6 

* 

4 

.38 
9 

5 
* 

2 

* 
8 
5 

* 

7 

15 
18 

6 50 
17 
30 

* 
.44 
9.06 

* 

.55 
1.11 
26 



3 
15 

2 
2 

85 

34 
5 
3 

32 
7 

3 

* 

12 

32 

75 

55 

* 

25 

20 
50 

* 

* 

20 

* 
* 

25 

70 
2 

' 57 

35 

12 
40 

* 

50 

8 

5 
10 
13 

* 

25 
2.75 

* 

28 
35 


40.00 
41.66 


65 
74 
696,75 
18 
65 

40.65 
11 

17.23 
79.95 

None 
110 

15 

40 

38 

40 

None 
36 
160 

None 

71 

22 

27.85 

8.50 

40 

None 

None 

None 

5 

None 
None 

89 

25 

40 99 

<> 75 
6.1 
18 
18 
19 

66 
30 
17 
49 

18 

52 
20 

147.70 

8.54 

97.73 

37 

,W.92 
40 
160 
71 

86.68 

48 

40 

40 

51.50 

20 

2-1,97 

40 

40 

80 

15 

6,66 
63 

!5« 

None 

43,50 
None 
40 
40 
30 

I 3^ 

None 

6S 

5 

i V ^ 
None 

160 

12 

70 


10.00 
18.91 
11.34 
25.00 
6.00 

24.62 
36.36 
39.03 
15.01 
50.00 

357.10 
17.50 
26.66 
10.00 
10.52 

18.00 
13.00 
11 .94 

8,00 
13,00 

18.31 
14.77 
21.55 
60.00 

18.82 

10.00 
110,00 

50 00 
100,00 

20,00 

272 73 
90 DO 

I 5 , 00 
20 ()< 
IS 0( 

13 SO 
7 69 

8,88 

10 0( 
IS 70 

14 30 
20,00 
30 00 
50,00 

II II 

10, Of 

11 ,00 
4.73 

24 50 

11.77 

14.86 
15,00 

12 ,Sfl 
6 23 

25 00 

24 22 

25 on 

10 0' 

3 .=;! 

10.80 

30 no 

24.02 

7, on 
5, on 
15, on 

20 0(1 
1 , ,■; 1 

25 0(1 
10, 0( 

10,5s 
■ i6!oc 

5 OC 

10,0c 

30 OC 
12 OC 
20 OC 

1 1 , 5' 

12 OC 

13 1 

\5 01 
IS Of 
14,5 
25 3 


1,250 

1,650 

7,900 

650 

790 

1,430 
940 
860 

1,200 

47S 

125 
2.355 
700 
400 
450 

720 
600 
555 
1,280 
385 

2,125 
1,275 
OSS 
1.760 
1,860 

400 
SO 
560 
250 
100 

ISO 
200 
2,635 
500 
615 

285 
950 
240 
260 
4,500 

2,300 
850 
490 

5,650 
480 

690 

220 

940 

1,070 

4,67S 

4,800 

600 

500 

1,000 

3,025 

3.100 

3.700 

400 

100 

2.030 

400 
600 
280 
200 
1,200 

1,550 
I3C 

5,82.S 

1 ,650 

100 

l.-S.SC 

5(1 

I 2,00c 

30C 

l,30C 

S4C 

56C 

) 60C 

1.30C 
', 6( 

1.18 
1 17 
) 3 40( 
< 1 .33 
' 5. SO 




1,250 

1.650 

7,900 

675 

940 

1,430 
1,010 

935 
1,200 

500 

325 
2.965 

825 
400 
550 

720 
7S0 
860 
1.280 
38S 

2.470 
1.620 
1,220 
2.140 
1,960 

400 
550 
S60 
250 
100 

200 

500 

3,330 

500 

765 

385 

1,235 

355 

330 

4,795 

2,400 
9,'iO 
570 

5,850 
630 

700 

220 

065 

2,560 

5,590 

5,465 

600 

500 

1,000 

3,005 

3,190 

4,300 

(00 

ion 

2 1)70 

■ion 

6O0 

2Rn 

200 

1,200 

',6,il 

130 

6,75C 

l,7SC 

2Jf 

2.0SC 

ISC 

2,00( 

20( 

1 . 45C 

1 

60( 

56 

67 

)i 3,79 

6 

1 1.18 
1 1,37 
2,40 
> ',3S 
5 7.(X» 


450 
135 


800 

1,515 

7,900 

510 

480 

1,180 
725 
675 

1,200 
250 

125 
2,080 
530 
400 
420 

720 

105 

490 

1,280 

90 

1,575 
590 
740 

1,080 
770 

400 
50 
4S0 
100 
100 

ISO 
100 
1,725 
500 
615 

175 
615 
160 
200 
1,560 

1,440 
700 
400 

4,050 
275 

600 
220 

755 

995 

2,035 

1,380 
600 

.soo 

1,000 
2,400 

2,585 

2,450 

100 

100 

1,415 

400 
600 
280 
200 
1,200 

800 

130 

3,325 

1,600 

100 

820 
50 
8O0 
200 
800 

30C 

42C 

20c 

) 90C 

6( 

; 39( 

ij 4( 
2,40( 

i 58 
)' 2,88 


33.75 
36.30 
171.49 
13.50 
28.20 

21.45 
28.28 
26.17 
30.00 
11.50 

10.56 

48.15 

20.62 

6.00 

8.25 

16.56 
15.75 
18.06 
25.60 
8.10 

43.22 
35.63 
18.30 
54.57 
49.00 

6.80 
14.30 
8.40 
5.00 
1.50 

6.50 
14.75 
48.46 

7.50 
11.47 

5.78 

23.46 

5.32 

4.95 

74.33 

37.20 

14.25 

8.55 

111.15 

9.45 

11.85 

3.30 

22.20 

38.40 

139.74 

87.44 
9.06 
10.00 
25.00 
58.57 

47.85 
65 85 
10.00 
2 SO 
33.12 

6 00 
9.00 
5.88 
6.20 
24.00 

24.75 

4.20 

114.75 

35.00 
7.80 

55.35 
6.75 

34.00 
3.00 

26.10 

17. 2S 
12.32 
11.4/ 
83. 3f 
1.3: 

) 26.0. 

) .30.2^ 
) 72. 0( 
5 29. 7( 
;' 147.1 


31.50 






59.08 




* 
35 
ISO 


255.13 


Ebel, Wm 


81.96 
26.66 

60.00 
60.00 
60.00 


165 
460 

250 
285 
260 


16.32 


Eberle Otto . . 


19.54 


Eberhard, Jo.?cphine 

Eberharrl, Joseph 


27.35 


70 

75 

25 

200 
610 
125 

11 

100 

* 
150 
305 

* 

345 
345 
265 
380 
100 

* 
500 


33.99 
31.65 


Eby, 0. D 


48.57 


Eby, 0. D 

Eby, 0. D 

Eby, .T W 


106.25 

357.10 
47.77 
60.00 


250 

200 

885 
295 


8.41 

8,23 
75.37 


Eby Stephen M 


19.92 


Eby, Stephen M 


9.27 


Eby, Stephen M 

Eby, J.W., Jr 


35.00 


130 


9.74 
26.09 


Echerd, Wm. T 


75.00 
23.00 

"ssioo 

55.00 
52.77 
54.62 
100 
56.67 

iio.oo 

69 75 
350.00 

373 , 73 
180.18 
50.00 

50.00 
30 00 
40 00 
40 00 

48 24 

30 . 70 
50 00 
50 00 
100.00 
40 00 

40.00 

2600 
55,00 
45 00 

77.27 


645 
370 


4.09 


Echerd, Wm . T 


19.14 


Echerd W T 


43.78 


Echerd, W. T. & F. L 

Eckert Fred J .... 


295 

895 
1,030 

480 
1,060 
1,190 

,s6o 

no 

ISO 

so 

400 
1.505 


3.52 
43.76 


.Eckert, C. F. & Anna W... 
Eckert, F. W 


22.62 
17.15 




40.66 


Eckstrom, Gabriel & Ida.... 

Eckstrom, A. V. & A 

Eckerson, .J. L 

Eddy, E. A 


31.16 

10.47 
2.35 
10.43 


Eddy, Herbert E 




2.95 




50 
300 

595 


2.32 


Edgecomb, Mary 

Edmunds, ,T. C 

Edmiston. S. T 

Edmiston, S. T 


9.88 

3.98 

39.99 

11.59 


Edmiston, S. T 

Edmiston, S. T 

Edmiston, J. T & Emma T 
Edwards, C. H 


150 

100 

285 
115 

70 
29S 

100 
100 

80 
200 
ISO 

100 

* 

25 
590 
0|S 

665 

* 
* 
* 
880 

90 
690 
* 

: 

* 

ion 

1 ^■ 

92,=; 

100 
MO 

20(1 
, IOC 


150 

210 
620 
195 
130 
3,235 

960 
250 
170 

'.son 

355 

190 

210 

I.S65 
3,555 

4,08S 



r, SOS 

605 
1,040 

' 655 


14.26 

4.06 
17.84 
3.71 
4.64 




37.67 




34. 7» 




16.23 


Edwards W F 


9.27 


Edwards, W. F 


115.75 


Edwards, A. D 


6.37 


Edwards, C. E 

Edwards, H.V 

Edwards, Mary H 


13.91 

5.10 

24.54 

23.06 


Egger, John & Mary 


82.36 
34.42 


Ehman, C. F. & Lane A 


14.00 




' '50 '06 

50,00 
150.00 

SO 00 


16.56 


Eilers, Fred 


31.46 
55.63 




59.92 


Eilers, Gerd 


56.79 


Eilers, Hirrv A 


13.65 


F.ilers, Geo. W. . . 


3.63 


I'iisert, Ernest R 


34.12 
9.27 


Eischenberger. R 






13.91 


Ekhlad, A. Thoo 

Fkblad, A. Theo 








850 

■ ■ ■ 3,425 
ISO 
140 

1,230 

400 

) 1 ,200 

)' 

) 65C 

) 30c 
) 14C 

r 47; 
) 2.89( 

-I 


8.31 
8.06 


Ekiind, A 


50 00 

"■'eo;?! 
35, no 

40 00 
' ■ ■ ■ 40 on 


36.90 


Fliason, Emil 


18.54 


'^llis. I.yrtia J 


7.20 


Fllis, A.S 

Ellino:, Franz.. 

Filings, Paul .t ,Vnna G. ... 

Flliott, E. K 

Flliott; E. E 

Elliott, E. E 


86.49 

47.. S8 

6. 58 

30.51 

1.16 

20.99 


Elliott, Blanche .A. Pond... 


ISC 

j ISC 



>: 7. 

»' 2,40( 

), * 

) 1,20 

1 1 

1' '* 
1 l,SO 


4.64 


Elliott, Blanche A. Pond... 
Elliott, Oscar W 


20 0(1 
60,00 

40, oe 

60.00 
42,31 

44,0c 
63,63 

■ 4i!o; 

100,01 


22 17 
11.27 


Elliott, J. C. & M. A 

Elliott, J. C. & M. A 

r;iliott, J. C. & M. A 

Elliott, J C 


16.11 

5.22 

34. .SO 

2.30 


Flliott, J. C 

Elliott, J. C 

Elliott, A. B 

Elliott, A. B.. 


i 79 

^ 1,33 

1 

) 76 

S 4.12 


14.95 
I 1.54 
) 97.67 

) 22.43 


Elliott, J.N 


100.86 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






lores OultiTated 


lores UucaltiTated 


General Property Issessments in 1910 


Single Tax 
Iiemptions 
1910 Would 
Hare Been 


Single Tai 
Assessment 
1910 Would 
Have Been 


*"* laye Boon 


SamB ofTaipayer 


Ho. of 
lores 


Issessmeit 
Per lore 


Ko. of 
lores 


Issessment 
Per lore 


On land 


Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
Issessment 


Elliott, J. N 


* 

* 

.35 
37 
15 

* 
* 

30 

* 
* 

47 

24 

10 

172 

S 

6 

* 

* 

15 

45 

10 

15 

* 

.75 
.50 

8 

6 

50 




25 

40 

None 

249 

35 

320 
40 
30 
10 
10 

6.21 
21 .50 
30 

71.97 
49.74 

34 
40 
160 
6.91 

None 

146 

25 
140 
None 
.63 

18 

1.28 
33 

3.6r 

3 

None 

33.13 

8.12 

41.31 

23.10 

34 
62 

67.75 
58.80 

None 

35 
None 
27.64 
.10.36 
193 

13.10 

65 

76 

72 
34.26 

15. .30 
32 

42.50 
None 
.25 

13 
80 

None 
35 

23 

5.30 
33.50 
10 

3 

None 

39.40 

18 

75.90 

44 

39 

None 
None 

40 

15 

33.60 

15.40 
4.97 
10.84 
32 
58 

40 

16.95 

90 

None 
11 09 


12.40 
5.00 
85.70 
21.85 
20.00 

21.36 
5.00 
15.00 
17.00 
17.00 

24.95 

20.00 

8.00 

9.71 

10.05 

5.30 
25.00 
15.00 
69.45 
50.00 

3.42 

6.40 

7.14 

15.15 

31.74 

19.44 
156.25 
15.15 
13.70 
16.66 


310 

400 

70 

7,440 

1,250 

4,700 
200 

1,650 
170 
170 

3,445 
1,990 

540 
6,700 

760 

300 
1,000 
2,400 
1,980 
2.800 

680 

460 

1,000 

65 

70 

790 
1,700 
3,500 

lis 

SO 

10 

1,570 

160 

2,305 

2,415 

1,160 

3,430 

1,350 

900 

930 

3,100 
1,520 
1,090 
2,650 
10,550 

465 
1,200 

920 
1,900 
1,700 

2,400 
640 
400 

25 


* 

665 

345 

* 
* 

ISO 

* 


310 

400 

70 

8 105 

1,595 

4,700 
200 

1,800 
170 
170 

3,445 
3 400 
540 
7,100 
1,860 

300 
1,000 
2,400 
1,980 
2,800 

840 
460 
1,000 
320 
170 

840 

1,775 

3,500 

715 

250 

265 

1,570 

160 

2,55S 
2,715 

1,660 

3,620 

1,795 

940 

930 

2,300 
1,520 
2,445 
2,650 
12,120 

465 
1,555 

920 
1,925 
1,800 

2,810 
920 
400 

25 
480 

2,270 
400 

1,150 
535 

1,915 

1,850 
1,815 
3,165 
1,125 
40 

200 
1,945 
2,080 
1,080 

440 

350 

200 

3,050 

950 

585 

650 
175 

1,650 
885 

2,280 

360 
3,120 
3,135 

400 
1,845 




310 

400 

30 

6,2.50 
800 

4,700 
200 
900 
170 
170 

1,.330 
910 
320 

2,370 
580 

210 
1,000 
2.400 
1,515 

2,250 

535 

255 

1,000 

15 

35 

510 

1,1.30 

1,260 

65 

SO 

!0 

940 

160 

1,690 

1,645 

940 
2,580 
340 
680 
140 

685 

380 

660 

1,040 

7,065 

330 

740 

800 

1,665 

1,315 

890 
) 400 

400 
) 10 
) ISO 

825 

400 

) 281 

) 255 

> 800 

) 830 

) 895 

) 1,075 

450 

40 

200 

1,240 

) 1,195 

) 940 

440 

) 200 
) 100 
) 1,600 
» 535 
i 330 

) 290 
175 

> S3S 

> ,M0 
) 700 

,360 
665 
600 
85 
600 


6.20 

7.20 

1.40 

131.31 

25.83 

70,, SO 
4.20 

27.00 
2.55 
2.SS 

51.68 
51.00 
11.34 
149.10 
39.06 

S 40 
15.00 
50.40 
37.62 
56.00 

13.60 
6.90 

15.00 
S.12 
2.72 

13.44 
57.69 
56.00 
11.43 
4.00 

4,24 
23.55 

2.40 
38.33 
40.73 

24.90 
54.30 
41. ,50 
20.68 
16.74 

41.10 
33.44 
40.35 
43.73 
181.80 

7.90 
35.76 
16.56 
31.75 
27.00 

44.96 
21, 34 

9.20 
.51 

9.60 

,34.05 
11.20 
19.32 
12.30 

38.85 

46.81 
29.04 
53.80 
19.12 
1.04 

4.60 
34.03 
34.32 
16.20 

7.04 

11.38 
3.30 
45.75 
14.26 
14.62 

16.25 

2.88 
34.65 
19.46 

47.88 

7.56 
44.54 
38.67 

8.40 
38.75 


12.00 








11. 0< 


Elliott, Grace 

Elliott, Helen M 

Elliott, Albert W 


385.70 
54 00 
50.00 


40 

1,855 

795 


.80 

1.56.12 

19.9? 


FJIiott, .T. W. & H. M 


108.95 


Elliott, Chester A 






7.0( 




40.00 


900 


20.86 


Ellsworth, .1. W 


3.9^ 


Ellsworth Emnjett R 






3.9- 




70.00 
65.00 
30.00 
34 88 
32. SO 

20.00 


3,115 
2,490 
220 
4.730 
1,280 

90 


30.83 


EUigsen, Z 


1,410 


21.09 
11.07 


Elmer, Samuel 


400 
1.100 


81.96 
20.05 


Ellenrider 


S.8: 


Elon B T 


* 

« 


23. IE 


Elrod J. 0.. 






71 .2; 


Elrod, J. O 


100.00 
62.23 

18.00 
20.00 


465 
550 

305 
205 


43.31 


Ehod JO 




66.42 


Eisner. J. J &S G 

FJsner A J ... 


160 


12. 4C 
5.91 


Eisner! .\. J 


* 
255 
100 

SO 

75 


23. If 


Elv Mprv E 


86.66 
100.00 

55.00 

2.50 00 

60.00 

65.00 


305 
135 

330 
64,5 
2,240 
650 
2O0 

25S 
63C 


.33 


Ely DC 


.81 


Ely Fred J 


12.55 


Elv Christina 


74. 4( 


Ely, G. D., .7. K., M. E ... . 

Ely, J. K 

Ely J K 


31.0 


600 
200 

255 


1.6C 
1.2. 


Ely, J. K 


.37 
14 

* 

15 

25 

6 

24 
25 
8 
23.25 

45 
38 
12 
40 
110 

6 

15 

4 

8 
12 

30 

8 

* 

.28 
3. 35 

30 

* 

3.83 
5 
18 

14 
14 
33 
13 

.39 

* 
13 
15 
3 

* 

.75 
1.84 
40 
S 
4 

8 

* 

10 
8 
12 

* 
25 
30 

5.60 
38 




.24 




65.00 

■■■■6s'66 

65.00 

60.00 
65.00 
40.00 
37.50 
40.00 

40.00 
40.00 
52.50 
55.00 
55.00 

40.00 
40.00 
40.00 
50.00 
66.66 

70.00 
40.00 


20.00 
17.77 
30.00 
34.19 

23.52 
30.00 

3.68 
10.20 

6.00 

8.57 
10.00 
16.64 
14.82 
23.32 

17.17 
9.23 
10.00 
20.83 
36.34 

19.60 
10.00 
9.41 
35.72 
60.00 

25. OO 

5.00 

103.00 

6.42 

20.00 

43.26 
24.44 
25.00 
30.00 
150.00 

S.07 
40.00 
13.17 
20.00 
15.17 

260.67 
54.34 
20.00 
26.66 
12.39 

12.34 
35.21 
35.75 
7,50 
10.00 

9.00 
15.90 

S.OO 
15.00 
12.35 


21.75 




350 
300 

500 

200 

545 

40 


3.7 


Enler Fred -T 


86,'i 
1,07C 

726 

1,04<1 

1,455 

26C 

79C 

1,615 
1.14C 
1,785 
1,6IC 

5.055 

135 
81.= 
12( 
26( 

58. 

1,92( 
52( 


39. n 




38. i: 


Enler C H 


21. 7« 




59.81 




12.65 




36.92 




3. 85 




200 


19.0. 




ISO. 




1,355 


17.3; 


Erb Levi 


37. 2< 


Erb Daniel 


1,570 


163.7: 




8 5- 




355 


36.5 




23.6 




25 
100 

410 
280 

* 


41. S 


Erickaon, S (Heirs) 


28.1 
21.9 




14.3 




14.3 




89.28 
93.33 

60.00 


K 
33( 

1,44, 


.3 




335 

1,535 
400 
800 
335 

1,390 

1,575 

1,320 

3,065 

750 

40 

300 
1,770 
1,600 
1,030 

440 

200 
100 
2,800 
675 
460 

550 
175 
850 
490 
1,120 

360 
1,535 
1,050 

350 
1,84S 


255 

745 
* 

350 
210 

S2S 

275 

495 

1,100 

375 


4,8 




19.1 




14.8 




282.48 
20.00 

52.77 

96.42 

55.00 
55.00 
55.00 
150.00 


87( 

3& 

1,02( 
92( 

3,09( 
67. 


7.0 


Eriokaon, .lohn G. & A. W 


8.2 
27.7 




31.3 




33.4 


Erickson, A. P 

Erickson, Bertie & Mary.. 


29.4 

13.3 

.18 




* 
175 
480 
SO 

* 

150 
100 

350 
275 
125 

100 

800 

395 

1,160 

* 

585 

1,075 

SO 




6.5 


Erickson, August & Anna 


80.70 
40.00 
50.00 


70. 
88. 
14( 


33.7 
30.8 


Erickson, E. A. & Selma.. 


31.7 
10.9 


Erickson, Fred & Josie. — 


260.67 
54.34 
50.00 
55.00 
45.00 

45.00 


15( 

10( 

1,45( 

41. 

25. 

36( 


13.1 

3.5 




37.0 


Enamert, Benj 


13.4 


Emmott, Waiter 


13.3 




11.7 




4.3 


Enger, Anna K. Mrs 

Engle, Hubert & H 

Engle, D. &E. B 

Engle, D.&E.B 

Engle, Margaret E 

Engle, Albert & Nancy J... 


57.50 
31.25 
45.00 


1,11. 

58. 
1,.S8( 


25.1 

9.6 

27.3 

14.0 


50.60 
30.00 
62 50 
45.00 


1,45. 

1,525 

315 

1,24.' 


25.9 
16. I< 
3.3 


Ensle. Viola 


23.4 



-23- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taxpayer 



Acres GoItiTatdd 



No. of Afisflssmetit 



Acres 



Per Acre 



Acres XTncultrnted 



No. of 
Acres 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1^0 



On Land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Vonld 
EaTt Been 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 ■Wonld 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for- 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

Hare Been 



Knijie, Clyde & Otis 

Engle, Clara 

Engle, Clavin 

ICngel, Frank tfe Henry... 
Engel, Fra-nk & Henry... 



Engiund, Jcbeph A.. 

Engberg, O 

I'^ngstrom, John ... . 
Enghouse, Joseph. . 
Enghouse, Joseph . . 



Engelhrecht, Gii£ta\' 

Engelbrecht, ^!nsl;i\- & A. 

Esch, Peter & S:indi 

Eschelbcck, Herman & (-1.. 
IDspey, Bert B 



Esthers^, H.P 

Estacada State Bank., 
Esjtacada State Bank.. 
Estacada State Bank., 
Evans, John L 



Evans, John T 

Evans, E. A. & M.. 
Evans, E. A. & M.. 

Etzel, John 

Evans, W. J 



.Evans, Phillip F 

Evanson, E. L 

.Everhart, H. N. 

iEverhart, A & "W.W.. 
Everhart, A & W. W.. 



Kverhart, F. E. & W. W.. 

Evershed, S. C. Mrs 

Exon, John W 

Exon, Olive E 

Eyman, Fred 



Eyman, Albert 

Eyman, A. F 

Evssell, P^mil 

Fabrieus Toy & Notion Co 
Fairchild, Ellen A 



Fairlowl, W. B... 
Failmezger, G.... 

Falk. H. R 

Fallon, Richard. 
Fallert, Anna 



Fallert, Anna 

Fanno, A. R. 

Fanton, S..L. E 

Fancher, David 

Fankhauser, Chas. .J. & E. 

Fankliauser, Chaa. J. & E. 
Fankhauser, Albert W.. . . 
Fankhauaer, Albert W.. . . 
Fankhauser, A. W. & ElUi 
Farr, Isaac 



Farrar, S 

Farley. John 

Farrel!, Eugene J & O. F. 

Farmer, J. C. & M 

Faust, B. G 



Faulk, John A 

Faurie, P. & M. M 

Fawver, Lillian Howard . 

Fay, Celia 

Feathers. Thos. H 



Feely, John 

Fegles, James ... 

Fell. Christian 

Fellers, Florence. 
Feller, Jaa. P 



Felts, Lcander 31... . 

Feltor, F. S 

Feldhammer I,. J.... 
Feldhammer L. J... 
Feldhammer, L 



Fellows, J. C. 
Fellows, EH.. 
Fellows, Eli. . 
Fellows, Eli.. 
Fellows, Jos.. 



Fellows, Daniel 

Fellows, Daniel 

Fellows, Orlando 

J'^ellows, Theo. F. & E. M. 
Ff-ntzlincr. F.mil 



50 



8 

10 

14.8-1 

2 50 

30 



12 



,40 



6 

27 

5 

45 
5 

2 



10 50 

20 

35 

20 

130 
5 

* 

45 



48 
42 
19 
60 

7 

25 
43 

4 

(.441 



.50.00 
200 
216.21 

52.88 
52.94 



60.00 
15 00 



70 83 

55 29 
176 4 
55 00; 
90.00! 



60.00 

m'.oo 



30 00 

30.00 
87.66 
108 00 
55 00 



50.00 



SO 00 



25 00 
50.00 



50.00 



30 00 
60.00 



66.66 
60.00 

60 00 
300.00 
20.00 
66.66 
125 

105.00 
125 
75.00 



151,51 



100.00 
45,00 
40 00 

100 00 

55 00 
50 00 



55.00 



30.00 



45.00 



416 67 
29.76 
40.00 
35.00 

28.57 
40.00 
30 23 
20.00 
31.2 50 



35.40 
None 
None 

36 89 
4.15 

38,50 
30 
38 
12 

None 

5 

None 

,14 

None 

4 

18,83 
25 64 
23 
33.73 
32 

ISO 

None 
None 

45 

40 

80 
35 
None 
31.30 
36.50 

2.50 

4 
160 
135 
60 

32 
20 
120 

80 
80 

59 
54 
20 
45 
19 

6 
6 

154 

24.88 
2 49 

10.50 

None 
1 
3 

None 

2,,i0 
,64 

3,50 
60 
65 

25,60 
82.12 
15 
146.60 
88.09 

40 
65 
20 

None 
85,75 

8,08 

80 

65 . 35 
2.85 
4.60 

26 

None 

108 

7.96 
100 

None 
68.40 
117 
36 

None 



15 


00 


15 


00 


SO 


0(1 


III 


84 


12 


48 


9 


87 


2S 


on 


4 


47 


20 


on 


20.00 


20.00 


50.00 


26 


44 


40 00 


400 


28 


67 


3J 


IS 


30.001 


29 


65 


14.06 


4 


on 


45 


on 


70.001 


22 


22 


15 


00 


10.00 


10 


00 



15 10 
S9.IS| 

100 00 

50.00 

6.25, 

6.00 

20. oo: 

20 oo' 

20 , oo; 

SOOj 
6,00 
10,00 

10.00 
35.00 
35.00 
22.22 
18.42 

20.00 
166.66 
3.89 
.34.51 
60.24 
I 
50.00 
60.00 
60.00; 
60.00| 
98 40| 

1 08. 65! 

125.00; 
5O.O0I 
20 , 00< 
13,84 

35,l6i 
IS.OOl 
16.66 
10.00; 
18.16 

7 00' 

7 69; 

40 00 

25.00! 

9.91 

20.00! 
7.50 
14.92 
15.79 
10.87 

20.00 
197.90 
12.50 
10.00 
11.50 

10.00 
10.23 
7.70 
7.78 
156 91 



675 
(00 
800 
1,775 
950 

380 
1,350 
200 
240 
425 

2.035 
1.500 
1,780 
1,080 
1.600 

1,080 
850 
810 

1.000 
690 

900 
1.300 

270 
2,650 

600 

800 

600 

200 

1,070 

2 160 

250 

700 

1.000 

1,425 

2.100 

1,040 
400 
600 
480 
800 

1.220 
2.250 
700 
3.000 
4,250 

360 
1.120 

720 
2.600 

775 

5,250 
625 
310 
180 
200 

250 

80 

1,225 

2,100 

2,300 

2.900 
8.380 
500 
1.460 
4.075 

280 
950 
800 
540 
850 

160 
600 

1,475 

45 

320 

520 
200 

2,600 
840 

3,250 

200 

1,700 

2,200 

360 

450 



50 
'256 



50 
SO 
85 
100 

300 



470 

235 

1,900 

270 

125 

* 

SO 
50 



690 



SO 

1,470 

50 



225 
100 
100 
425 



315 
215 



460 
830 



75 

255 



50 



250 



125 

4P5 
230 

570 

1,440 

SO 

* 

680 



215 
100 



50 



60 
445 
100 
200 
200 



490 
585 
170 
340 



6 
150 

SOOj 

2,02Sl 

950, 

380 

1,400 

250 

32 
525' 

2.335 
I..=i00 
2.25n 
1.315 
3.500; 

l,3J0 
850. 
935 

1,000. 
740 

950 
1,300 

270i 
3.340! 

6001. 

8OO1. 

650i 
1.6701 
1,120 
2,160;. 

250 



100 


(35 


615 


1 345 


685 


400 


70 


85 


405 


1.535 


1,07.^ 



16ft 

600 

1,525; 

45 

320 

580 

645 

2,700 

1,040 

3,450 

200 
2,190 

2,785 
530 
790 



925 

835 
1 900. 



550! 

185 

' i7S 



310; 

6351 

95, 

1,675; 



2301 

1,470 

470' 



925 


4-5; 


I.IOII 


100' 


1.525 


565: 


2,525 


965 


1 040 


240 


40C 




600 




480 




800 




1.535 


735 


2,465 


365 


700 




3,460 


1,795 


5.080 


3,535 


360 


160 


1,12(1 


65 


795 


17S 


2,855 


I.I8S 


775 


325 


5,300 


2,525 


625 


325 


3I(J 


13C 


1811 




450 


320 


2,50 




8(J 




I..W(1 


550 


2., 505 


905 


2.530 


1,145 


3 470 


1.565 


9,82t 


0,640 


5,5( 


215 


1.461 




4.755 


2,340 


280 




I.I6S 


550 


80( 




640 


415 


850 





310; 
'2OS; 



60 

550, 

825 

770 

1,010 

I30i 

1 ,235 

1,555' 

220 

56,5i 



575 
15 
185 
680 
265 

380 
1,000 
180 
240 
120 

800 

425 
1.325 

480 
1,600 

800 
850 
750 
1.000 
565 

64o: 

6651 
175' 

1,665' 
600 
I 
800, 
400' 
200 
650 

2,160 

250 
450 

1,000 
960 

1,560 

800 
400 
600 
480 
800 

800 
2,100 

700 
1,665 
1,545 

200 
1 .055 

620 
1,670 

450 

2.775 
300 
180 
180 
130 

250 

80 

700 

1,600 

1.385 

1,605, 
3.180 

335; 
1.460 
2.415 

280 
615 
800, 

2251 
850| 

160: 
600I 

1,215 
45 
IIS 

520 

''Si 

!,S75i 

270' 

l,S40, 

I 

70 

«5,"i 

1,230 

310 



14 16 
3,15 

26.00 
32.39 
15.20 

8.74 
35.00 
5.75 
6.49 
10.5 

35.02 
36.00 
.fS . 75 
25.88 
66.50 

20.25 
25.50 
28.05 
30.00 
11.84 

15 05 
26.00 

6.21 
50.10 
10.20 

20 00 
« 88 
35.07 
23 52 
45.36 

5.25 
13 87 
27 SO 
38 13 
37.87 

15.60 
6.00 
9 00 
9.60 

20.80 

23 03 
36.98 
1 1 . 55 
51.90 
86.36 

6.12 
17.92 
19.88 
42.82 
19.76 

135.15 
15.94 
7.91 
4.59 
(4 63 

9.13 

I 60 
33 30 

40,58 
48 OS 

52 05 

206 22 

9.07 

43 80 
147 69 

6 16 
17.70 
16.80 
II .52 
17,85 

2.40 

12.60 

26 70 

.90 

4.80 

12.18 
19.5 
47.25 
18.20 
60 JS 

3.50i 
38.32 
68.05 

II .13 
20 SI 



1.85 
25.29 
47.31 

9 .-0 
10 29 



—24- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Kamfl ofTaipayer 



Acres ColtiTated 



Ko.of 
lores 



Per Acre 



Acres TTncnltiTatfid General Property Assessments in 1910 



Ho. of 
Acres 



Fenske, Freidrich. 

'Fergeson, W; 

Ferguson, John . . . 
Ferguson, John.. . 
Ferrin, Ella L 



Ferris. Thos. L 

Ferrill, Hope S. Mrs.. 

Ferrel, W. P 

Feyrer, Gottlieb 

Feyrer, Gottlieb 



Feyrer, Gottlieb 

Fiala, J. & L 

Fiala, Jerry & T.ucy. 
Fibrig, Jos. (Heirs).. 
Fick, H 



Fick, August . . 
Fieke, John A.. 
Ficken, John. . 
Ficken, John. . 
Ficken, John . . 



Ficken, John 

Ficken, Edward W. and U 

Ficken, Pauline 

Fields, Clara M 

Fields, Clara 



Fields, G.C 

Fields, C.E 

Fieldhouse, F. \V. 

Fingarson, E 

Finnigan, Lizzie . . 



Finley, Wm. L.. 
Finley, Meta. . . 

Finley, Robt 

Finley, J. B 

Finzer, W. E.. . 



First National Bank 

Fst. St. Bk. of Milwaukie. 

Fish, F. E 

Fish, F. E 

Fish, John 



Fish, T. W 

Fish, T. W. & v.. 
Fish, Andrew W . 

Fisch, B. M 

Fisher, Herman . . 



Fisher, L. C. & Daisy. 

Fisher, Christian 

Fisher, S 

Fisher, J. S 

Fisher, Lillian B 



Fisher, Geo. W 

Fisher, F. L 

Fieher, Jessie 

Fischer, W. F 

Fischer, Christiana C 



Fischer, Herman. 
Fischer, Herman. 
Fischer, Gustave. 

Fischer, Chas 

Fischer, Chas 



Fischer, C 

Fischer, H. Theo. Mrs.. 

Fischer, H. Theo 

Fischer, Lusette 

Fischer, C.J. & F 



Fitzgerald, Hugh. 

FJaiz, W. C 

Flatau, Edward... 
Flanagan, P. J... . 
Flaherty, Andrew. 



Flaherty, B. F. & JI. E. 
Flaherty, B. F. & M. E. 
Flemming, Frank H . . . . 

Fletcher, Samuel C 

Fletcher, Samuel C 



Fletcher, Geo. & J 

Fletcher, Joseph L 

Fletcher, Lenora L 

Fleckenstein, Mayor Co.. . 
Floss, Albin 



Per Aore 



16 



80 



20 
SO 



3.50 

4 

1 .50 
2.50 



50 

3 50 



1 25 
40 



Floss, Albin 

Flodman, J. H 

Mvnn, W. S 

Folsom, C. M. & M. A... 
Folkmah, A. V 



2,80, 
30 
80 

.33 
10 j 



12 



55.00 
20.00 

22 00 
75 00 

60.00 
SS.OO 
50.00 
34.3 



35.00 

' 66!66 
00.00 

35.00 
100 

' so 00: 



47 . 50i 
so 00 



55.00 
142.85 

200 00, 
200 00: 
160.00 



55.00^ 
[04.28 



400 00 
50 00 



46 OO! 
'so 00 



100 00 

33 33 
100 00 

50 00, 
30 76: 

44.45' 



200 00 

200 oo; 

32 50 

35.25, 

200 00 
25.00 



40.00 
20.00: 

50. oo: 



100.00 None 



38 
157 
80 
70 



38 
68 
73.25 
101 
40 

1 70 . 72 
13.30 
26 

None 
30 

1.25 
10 
84.50 

2.26 
54.94 

85.68 
39.42 
30 
40 
160 

14 

640 

63.43 

3 

4.95 

6 

None 
None 

6 

1.50 

19.80 

None 
80 
10 

None 

3.50 
15 

4 

1.69 
15 

1. 75 
70 
80 

8.50 
160 

162 

80 

None 

68 

5 

55 
67 
62 

2.97 

3 

None 

76 

35 
6.60 
I .70 

25 
1 
68 
136 
46 



55 00 
40 0H\ 
40.00, 
75 75 
300 00 

200 00 



1.40 



iso.ool 

42 . 50: 



75 
8.91 
40 
160 

Nonr 
129.33 
79.33 

None 
2 

22.04 
40 

None 
70.37 
160 



On Land 



22.50 
S.09 
5.31 
6.07 

60.00 

IS.79I 
6.62J 
15.02, 
11.881 
4 . 50| 

3. SO 
34.21 
35.00 
40.00 
10.00 

40.00 
40.00 
11.24 
13.27 
11.65 

13.71 
14.97! 
20.00' 
22.50 
20.00 

50.00 
5.47' 
U .90 
25.00: 
60.60 

100.00 

SO. 00; 

SO. 00 

ISO 
50.00 

100.00 
200 , 00 
25.00 
25.00 
60.00 

20.00 
15.00 
20.00 
236.09 
23.33 

45.71 
20.00 
26.25 
17.65 
5.00 

4.32 
10.00 
30.00 

8.82 
75.00 

10.90 

13.43 

9.68 

84.17 

100.00 

40.00 
8.55 
8.57 

26.66 
100.00 

3,00 

300.00 

10,00 

5,88 
17,39 

60.00 

86.67 

22.44 

5.00 

4.00' 

20.00 
20.10 
20,17 
75 . 75, 
200.00 

99.9,i 
7,50 

46 , 42: 
9,94 
6 75! 



1,790 
860 
425 
645 
310 

1,200 
1. 110 
1,150 
1.750 
170 

1,475 
455 

1,990 
450 
580 

950 

400 

4,950 

30 

740 

1,175 
1.540 
3,100 
900 
3,200 

700 
3,500 
755 
185 
800 

1,400 
300 
400 
900 
175 

1,980 

60 

2,000 

3,000 

365 

70 
425 

80 

900 

2,350 

80 

3,700 

2,100 

750 

800 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



925 

800 

lOOl 

1,000 

8-5' 

1,850 

1,300 

1,400 

250 

500. 

200. 

780 

445 

175 

770. 

475 
300 
760. 
880 
1,500 

1.500 

65 

200 

200 

640 

180) 

3.SOO: 

4.8O0I 

2S| 

3,-i00| 

4,600 

300 

210 

6,225 

1,080 



820 
200 



500 

295 

SO 



1,270 

330 
SO 
90 



835 



200 
250 



300 



300 
ISO 



300 



300 
520 
300 
180 



1,825 
200 



35 
655 



100 



500 
100 
250 

620 
340 
750 
125 



275 
120 



275 



Total 



Single Tai 
Exemptions 
fSlOTonld 
Have Boon 



100 
310 



5 75 
570 
200 
ISO 

825 

ISO 



2,030 
450 



2,610 
1,060 

425 
1 ,055 

310 

1,200 
1,610 
1,445 
1,800 
170 

2,745 
455 

2,320 
500 
670 

950 
400 

5,785 

30 

740 

1,175 
1,740 
3.350 
900 
3,200 

700 
3,500 
7S5 
48S 
800 

1,700 
450 
400 
900 

475 

1,980 

360 

2,S20 

3.300 

545 

70 

46, 

80 

2,725 

2,550 

lis 

4,355 

2,100 

850 

800 

925 

800 

600 

1 , 1 00 

1,125 

2,470 

1,640 

2.150 

37S 

500 

200 
1,055 
565 
175 
770 

750> 
300 
760 
980 
1,810 

1,600 

65 

200 

200 

640 

755 
4,370 
5,000 

175 
4,22s 

4,750 
300 
2,240 
6,675 
1,080 



1,375 

245 



570 
130 

440 
980 
330 
410 



2,055 



780 
300 
290 

540 



3,935 



850 
,750 



360 
290 

700 
375 

375 



350 



330 

520 

1,800 

335 



165 



2,030 
1,265 



35 
1,95s 



570 
395 

375 

1,595 
565 

1,375 
125 
100 

160 
370 
230 



300 
630 



60 
155 
770 

700 



700 
1,170 

1,785 

ISO 

1.825 

1,345 



Single Tax 



1910 ■Would 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Vould 

Hare Been 



2,175 
4,685 



1.235 

SIS 
42S 
485 
180 

760 

6,10 

1,115 

1,390 

170 

690 

455 

1,540 

200 

3,S0 

410 

400 

1,850 

30 

740 

1,175 
890 

1,600 
900 

3,200 

700 
3,. 500 

7551 
125, 
5 10! 

1 ,000: 

75 

125 

000 

125 

1.980 

3ft 

2,000 

I,. WO 

210 

70 
300 

80 
695 

1.285 

80 

2.400 

2.100 

360 

800 

735 
800 
30 
70S 
750 

875 
1,075 
775 
250 
400 

40 
685 
335 
175 
470 

120 
300 
700 
825 
1,040 

900 

65 

200 

200 

640 

55I 
3.200 
3,215 

25 
2,400i 

3.405 

300 

65 

1,900 

1,080 



39 


IS 


26 


SO 


9 


35 


23 


22 


7 


91 


26 


40 


24 


IS 


23 


13 


35 


Id 


3 


31 


53 


53 


7 


74 


30 


44 


HI 


0(1 


13 


07 


21 


85 


6 


80 


19 


13 




75 


14 


80 


23 


50 


34 


80 


SO 


25 


13 


.50 


48 


00 


IS 


58 


58 


10 


1 1 


32 


12 


60 



15.20 

28 . 56 
10 8(, 
9 , 60' 
29,2 
10,9 

36,14 

9.54 
37,801 
40 . 50 
12 54 

I 
1 , 1 61 

7,67 

1 2.?! 

72.22, 

33.251 

I 96: 
67,50: 
31,50 
12,76 
12,00 

13.87 
12.00 
9.00 
22.00 
22.51 

37.05 
49.20 
32.25 
8.81 
11.75 

S.OO 
31 .64 
16.95 

4.55 
18.10 

18.75 
7.05 
15.20 
14.70 
27.15 

36.80 
1.49 
4.20 
3.60 

13.44 

19,63 

89, 17 

100,00 

2,63 

67,60 

95.00 

6,30 

33.60 

146.86 

32.40I 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






Acres Cultivated 


Acres UncultiYated 


General Property Assessments in 1910 


Single Tai 
Exemptions 
1910 Wonld 
Have Been 


Single Tai 
Assessment 
1910 Would 
lave Been 


Actual Tal 

Paid for 

1910 


Tal for 1910 
Under Single 


Same of Taipajer 


No. of 

AcreB 


Assessment 
Per Acre 


No. of 

Acres 


Assessmeut 
For Acre 


On Land 


Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
Assessment 


Tai Would 
Have Been 


Folkman, A. V 


* 
10 




160 

17.66 

1.50 

7.35 

14.66 

14.83 
5 
216 

35 
480 

497.29 
1,718 
833.79 
497.29 
480 

1,718 

833.79 
None 
12.36 
.75 

3.45 
65 
47 

26.20 
26.20 

135 
15 

3 .SO 
2.03 
12 

39 

17.52 
5 
None 
20 

70 
147 

88 
28 
40 

11.16 

40 
68 

3.08 

70 
155 

40 

57.93 
100 

122.70 

34.65 

241.48 

43.75 

None 

35 

80 
160 
160 
100 

10 

40 

62 

11.80 

38.65 

47.25 
.33 
21.10 
84 
124 

30.28 

5 

97 

40 

40 

68.82 
80 
44 
58.66 

None 

24 
96.76 

158 

None 
46 


18.75 
39.63 
40.00 
39.45 
39.56 

39.11 
40.00 

27.77 
20.00 
15.00 

14.99 
15 00 
14.97 
14.99 
15.00 

15.00 
14.97 
10.00 
9.70 
13.33 

14.49 
20.00 
20.85 
22.90 
22.90 

8. IS 
26.66 
85.70 
24.63 

8.33 

15.36 
17.12 
12.00 
50.00 
20.00 

5.71 

8.91 

20.00 

17.86 

12.50 

8.96 
10.00 

7.94 

100.00 

12.98 

7.85 
7.10 
4.00 
15.00 
14.60 

15 04 

56 27 

8,28 

11 .60 

120.00 

20.00 
10.00 
6.06 
20 00 
15.00 

10.00 

5.00 

4.83 

39,83 

15.00 

13.75 
75.75 
14.22 
10,71 
25.00 

21.79 
15.00 
6.18 
10.00 
17.50 

43.48 
6.00 
9.09 
16.53 
15.00 

20.84 
14.47 

5.00 
60.00 

5,00 


3,000 

1,500 

60 

290 

1,780 

580 
1,400 
6,000 
1,450 
7,200 

7,455 

25,770 

12,i!00 

7,455 

7,200 

25,770 

12,500 

550 

640 

10 

SO 

2,100 

1,980 

600 

600 

2,100 
600 
500 
250 
180 

6^0 

4,200 

60 

3m 

400 

800 
1,830 
3,760 
1,050 

500 

100 

2,400 

940 

700 

80 

900 
1,275 

160 
2,490 
1,460 

1.845 
2,500 
2,000 

2,085 
1,200 

3,625 
800 
1,000 
3,200 
1,500 

100 
200 
660 

470 
770 

1,400 

25 

300 

4,200 

4,540 

1,410 
155 

1,300 
400 
700 

5,400 
480 
640 

1,250 
16C 

5O0 

3,08r 

, 83C 

SOC 
' 35( 


* 


3,000 

1,500 

395 

290 

1,880 

580 
1,600 
6,000 
1,665 

7 200 

7,455 

25,770 

12,500 

7,455 

7,200 

25,770 

12,500 

700 

790 

10 

SO 

2,260 

2,030 

600 

600 

2,250 
745 
575 
350 
430 

640 

5,365 

60 

340 
450 

1,190 
1,830 
5,110 
1,100 
500 

100 

3,340 

1,000 

1,03S 

80 

1,360 

1,425 

160 

2,490 

1,460 

1,845 
2,S0O 
2,000 
2.485 
1,200 

3 725 
800 
1,000 
3,200 
l.SOO 

100 
325 
1,055 
470 
770 

1,655 

205 

300 

4,400 

4,840 

1,710 
320 

1,495 
400 
7O0 

5,630 
48C 
86C 

1,41C 
41C 

60( 

4,01, 

1,04( 

70( 

67 




3,000 

1,095 

60 

290 

1,175 

580 

800 

6,000 

1,000 

7,200 

7,455 

25,770 

12,500 

7,455 

7.200 

25,770 

12,500 

135 

245 

10 

SO 

1,600 

1,395 

600 

600 

1,305 
SOS 
430 
125 
130 

615 

1,410 

60 

ISO 

400 

455 

1,425 

2.560 

715 

500 

100 
800 
635 
500 
SO 

630 

1,135 

160 

1.320 
1,460 

1,815 

2,230 

2,000 

915 

615 

1,600 
800 
1,000 
3,200 
1,500 

100 
200 
385 
470 
655 

845 
25 

300 
1,490 
3,700 

985 
105 
740 
400 
700 

4, 1 75 

480 

4S5 

1,085 

» 3C 

) SOC 
; 2,01C 
) 80C 
) ISC 

;l 26C 


60.00 

25. SO 

7.10 

5.22 

31.96 

9.86 
28.80 
95.00 
25.05 
144.00 

149.10 
515.40 
250.00 
149.10 
144.00 

SIS. 40 

250.00 

10.50 

11.85 

.15 

.85 

33.90 

30.45 

9.00 

9.00 

47.25 
12.29 
14.38 
8.93 
9.03 

17.28 

80.48 

.96 

7.82 

7.65 

21.42 
32.94 
76.65 
17.60 
10.00 

2.50 
57.10 
16.00 
25.78 

1.20 

29.00 
31.36 
3.52 
37.35 
36.50 

46.13 
39.10 
50.00 
52.19 
24.00 

55.87 
12.00 
2S.O0 
80.00 
23.70 

l.SO 

7.15 
18.99 

8.80 
15.40 

36.41 

S.I3 

S.IO 

74.80 

96.80 

25.65 
5.28 

22.43 
6.O0 

21.00 

138.01! 

9.6C 

16.9* 

23.9; 

S.6 

12. OC 

80. 3( 

20.0 

) 22.7 

) 8.1 


69.54 


80.00 


405 
335 


28.67 


Ford A. K 


33S 

* 

100 

200 

* 

215 

* 

* 
* 
* 

* 
* 

* 

* 
150 
ISO 

* 

* 
160 
SO 

* 
* 

150 
145 

75 
100 
250 


1.93 


Ford A K . 


15 

* 

15 

* 

15 

* 
* 
* 
* 
* 

* 

* 
13.74 
13 

* 

15 
20 

* 

25 
4 

1.50 
3 

4 

65 

* • 

3 




9.33 


Ford, A. K 

Ford A K . 


80.00 


70S 


30.77 
15.18 




80.00 


800 


25.74 


TTorhpa F C 


146.23 




50.00 


665 


23.18 




205.56 








212.84 








735.73 








356.88 


Ti^nrstPT- Chas G 






212.84 


Forster, Chas. G 






205.56 






735.73 


Forqtpr Ohq.s G 






356.88 


Forrester, B. F 

Forrester, B. F 

FoTTPster B F 


40.00 
40.00 


565 
545 


3.13 

S.68 

.23 








1.30 




53.33 
50.00 


660 
635 


37.09 


Foreman, G. 0,, Jr 


32.34 
13.91 








13.91 


Force, Geo. W 


40.00 
50.00 
133.34 
66.66 
20.00 

40.00 
60.00 

' iOO 00 


945 
240 
145 

225 
300 

25 
3,955 


45.13 


Forsvthe, \. E 

Forsythe, Sar^ali A 


12.59 
16.16 
4.71 


ForsGren, Olat A 

Foster, F N 


3.86 

2*22 


Foster, ]-:i;bert N 


1,165 

40 
SO 

390 


32.68 


Foster, AI. C. (Heirs) 

Foster, W. E. (Heiis) 


1.48 


190 
SO 

735 

405 

2„550 

385 


5.05 
10.43 


Fosberg, C. A. Sr 


10 
13 

40 
12 

+ 

+ 

40 

12 

4 

1 

10 

5 

* 

30 

* 

* 
5 

35 

5.14 

AH 
* 
* 

* 


40.00 
40.00 
50.00 
45.83 


12.64 
39.59 




1,350 
50 

* 

* 
940 
60 
335 


59.34 


Foamark, Ole &. Anaa 


17.84 
19.49 






3.18 


Fouts, Marv D 

Foust, J. & E 

Foumal, Chas 

Fowler, J. B 


50.00 
33 . 33 
150.00 
40.00 

35.00 
35.00 


2,540 

365 

535 

30 

730 
290 

r,i70 


22.00 

15.51 

19.35 

1.16 


Fox, David P 


460 
ISO 


20.78 


Fox, David P 


36.64 


Fox, David P 


S.I7 




54.00 


30. 6u 


Fralev Bertha 


* 
* 


59.08 


Fraley, Bertha 




270 

r,s7o 

585 
2,125 


74.67 




110.00 


54.25 


Fraser, D. J 


* 
400 


68.28 




45.00 
233.46 

65.00 


35.74 




18.15 


Francis, L. J 


100 

* 
* 
* 

* 

* 
125 
395 


37.09 
18.54 








36.32 


Freeman, V/. D. fTrustee) . 
Freeman, W. D 






116.23 






36.49 








2.32 






125 
670 


6.46 




18 

* 

5 
14 


20.00 

""4<)'b(> 

53.57 


10.67 




16.71 


Fredrich, B. & M K 


IIS 

810 
180 


22.24 


Fredolph, P.N 

Frederick, Gustav .,. . . 


2.=;5 

180 

200 
300 

300 
165 
195 

* 

230 

220 
160 

2S0 

100 
93S 
210 
20C 
' 32S 


32.40 
.94 




* 
55 
24 

I'; 

2 
23 

* 

24 

6 

7 

2 




8.48 


Fredericks, Mary 


60.00 
60 00 

50 00 
40.00 
30 . 43 


2,910 
1,140 

725 

215 

755 




42.12 
117.78 


Frederici, Fred. 


22.83 


French, XD.&H 

Friel, J.T 

Friei, J. T 


2.70 
17.15 
9.27 






. 


33.39 


Fritz, Fred 


20 00 


1,455 


151.65 


Fritz, Fred W 


16.51 




40.00 
40.00 
80.00 




40S 
32, 
38{ 

) 10( 
i 2,00 
) 24( 

) 55( 

; 41 


13.80 


Friedrick, Plerman 

Fricdrich, B. & M. E 


28.08 
1.18 

) 16.98 


Friedrich, B. & M 


42 
2 

2.50 
6 


40.00 

20.00 

204.92 

20 OO 


) 68.26 




) 22.81 


Frost, A. E 

Frost, Walter PT 


i\ 9.88 
jl 6.98 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Same of Taxpayer 



Frost, Chris 

Frost, J. W & J. W. Jr 

Frommver, J. H 

Fry, Wm 

Fry, Wm 



icres Oultiyatel 



No. of 
icroB 



15 



Fry, G. M 

Fry, G. "VV., A. M. & W. O 

Fuchs, L. & L 

Fuchs, Elizabeth 

I'uchs, .1. X 



Gaffney, John, Jr 

Gage, John P 

Gage, Fred 

Gage, Fred 

Gahler, John & Annie. 



Gale, Clara 

Gallagher, Rosa. 
GaUogly, C. H.. . 

Gallogly, F 

Galloway, Wm... 



Gambells, Wm. C. & F. J.. 

Gans, Henry 

Gans, C. (Heirs) 

Ganont^i Elizabeth 

Ganske, Fred 



Gansueder, A. F.. 
Gantenbein, R.... 
Gard, John J. . . . 
Gard, .John J. . . . 
Gard, Mary E... 



Garner, W. A 

Garner. W. A 

Gamer, W. A 

Garner, W. A 

Gamer, Wilbert A . 



Gardner, T.H.. 
Gardner, Wm.. 
Gardner, Nellie G.. 
Gardner, Nellie G.. 



Garrett, EllLs & Ida 

Garrett, N. B 

Garrett, Alfred 

Garrett, H. A. & Bertha. 
Garmier, Josephine 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



Fuchs, Elizabeth 

Fuhrer, Andreas & Henry . 

Fultz, Chas. H 

Fuller, F.I 

Fullam, J. r 

Fulton, E. E. &. E. J.... 

Funk, Rebecca B 

Funk, Rebecca B 

Funk, Rebecca B 

Funk, Rebecca B 



.88 



1.50 
SO 
17 



Furre, Johan 9 

Gabriel, Peter 

Gaddert, Peter J 17 

Gafney, Bridget & John 
Gaffney, M. E. & D. W. 



5 
10 

2 
Gardner, Maggie 1 



66 

30 
65 
26.24 

2 
30 

7 
2 



.20 

31 

12 
31.05 

5 
50 

35 

* 

25 
40 



4 

2 

3 

10.36 
25 



Garlick, Jacob D 

Garrison, S. J 

Garrison, F. A. Mrs 

Garrison, W. F. & Sarah J 
Garrison, W. F. & Sarah J. 



Gasser, Albert 

Gay, C. W 

Gay, C.W 

Gerbert, Wm. 

Gebhards, August. 



Gebhardt, A 

Geer, Kate C 

Gehrman, C. & A. 
Geiirer, L. & S.. . . 
Geiser, E. J 



GeUer, W. &C 

Gclbrich, Ernest 

Gelbrich, Chas 

Gelbrioh, H. (Heirs) . 
Gelbrich, Emil 



Gelbrich, Amelia 

Genserowski, Geo., E. & A 

Geppert, Cha? 

Gerber, Samuel 

Gerber. F. & E 



.50 



1.05 



4.38 
17 

10 

2.30 
35 

1 

2.60 

11.44 
20 
7 
20 



1. 50 
35 
19 

30 

7 
S5 
II 
50 
18 



52 . 33 
56.84 



55.00 

53.33 
55.00 

88.23 



150.00 



Acres Unoaltivated General Property Assessments in 1910 



Ho. of 
Acres 



35.00 
55.00 
50.00 

55.00 
50.00 



55.00 



55.88 



101.51 

93.33 
65.00 
89.51 
90.00 
52.50 

178 
50.00 



114.37 
,250.00 

48.. 18 
100.00 

99.83 
150.00 

55.00 

52.50 



34.00 
35.00 



125.00 

ISO 

105.00 

299.35 

110.00 



60.00 

50.00 

50.00 

300.00 

60.00 

55.00 

300.00 



60.00 
230 . 80 



74.20 
75.00 

30.00 
54.34 
60.00 
SS. 00 
61.53 

64.68 
60.00 
50.00 
45.00 



116.66 
48.00 
55.00 



40.00 

50.00 
42.45 
50.00 
59.00 
.50.00 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



On Land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tai 
Exemptions 
1910 Wonld 
Have Been 



Single Tax 



1910Wonld 
Have Been 



Actoal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax 'Would 

Have Been 



21 

44 
2 
5.47 



3.50 
103.88 

6 
120 



80 
80 
155 
23.66 

57 

83.37 

90 

46.80 

23.80 

15 

7.06 
40 
43.36 

42 
2 

26.28 

35 

None 

3.76 

19 

82.25 

1 

1.03 
13 

None 

44.50 
None 
None 

43.08 

51 

48.68 

40 

71.36 

20 

40 

51 

2 

2 

None 

99 



8.29 
20 

8 
None 

20 

10 

None 
4 
2 

None 
5 

1.50 
None 
12.55 

30 
21 

8i 
33.35 

None 

None 

20 

16 

106 

40 



50 



2 
25 
21 

.05 
45.60 

33 
53 . 50 
6.50 
SO 
10.52 



20.00 

20.45 
125.00 
22.85 
25.00 

22.88 
23.10 
58.33 
5.00 
80.00 

S.OO 
10.00 

9.70 
20.00 
10.53 

20.39 
12.22 
10.05 
9.66 
12.33 

24.78 
15.00 
17.29 
11.90 
40.00 

41.85 
20.00 
40.00 
46.51 
20.00 

26.75 
10.00 
72.82 
53.84 
950.00 

15.16 
50.00 
50.00 
16.24 

21.57 

21.57 
S.OO 

12.61 
8.00 

20.00 

80.00 
90.00 
60.001 
175.19 
RO.OO 

80.00 
19.30 
27.50 
25.00 
160.00 

20.00 
25.00 
80.00 
20.00 
20.00 

100.00 
20.00 
30.00 
30.00 
29.96 

8.00 
25.00 
30.00 
21 .00 
15.38 

20.00 
25.00 
15.63 
11.32 
25.00 

60.00 
10.00 

20.25 



14.03 

10.70 
9 ,?4 
20.00 
20.00 
II 40 



I 
l.20,S 
<'S(i, 
2.W 
125 
160 

160 

5,150 

1,850 
600 
230 

400 
800 

1.675 
750 

2,600 

3,900 

4,600 

470 

230 

185 

670 

600 

1,700 

500 

6,780 

3,900 
4,925 
2,350 
355 
1,955 

3,450 

110 

75 

1,500 
250 

2,175 

1.200 

3,100, 

1,4.50 

3,850 

2,890 

320 

1,750 

1,.560 

800 

4,580 
480 
435 

3,100 
10,670 

80 

460 

1 ,050 

300 

300 

580 
800 
1.50 
80 
220 

250 

100 

45 

325 

1,650 

540 
650 
4,650 
755 
160 

710 
1,700 

600 
2,100 
1,000 

325 

1,930 

1,470 

40 

1,840 

1,000 

2,835 

680 

.3,950 

1 .020l 



515 
100 



50 



505 

35 



25 

50 

1,400 

795 
150 



345 

640 

395 

480 
520 
315 
75 
825 

400 
100 

125 
300 

150 
1,550 

' ' 540 
685 

250 

370 



200 



50 
470 



55 
885 



475 

20 

425 

175 

20 

50 

50 
40 
20 



25 
200 
200 



515 



250 
100 



75 
925 
680 

100 

100 
585 
140 
955 



1,720 
l,0.50t 

2so; 

1 25 
210 

160 

5,655 

1,875 

600 

230 

400 
800 

1,700 
800 

4,000 

4.69S 

4,750 

470 

230 

185 

1,015 
600 

2,340 

500 

7,175 

4,380 

5,445 

2,665 

430 

2,780 

3,850 

210 

75 

1,625 
550 

2,325 
2,750 
3.100 
1,990 
4,535 

3,140 

320 

2,120 

1,560 

800 

4,580 

680 

435 

3,150 

11,140 



515 

1,935 

300 

775 

600 
1,225 
325 
100 
270 

300 

140 

65 

325 

1,650 

540 
675 
4,850 
955 
160 

1,255 
1,700 
850 
2,200 
1,000 

400 

2,8, 

2,150 

40 

1,940 

1,100 
3,420 
820 
4,905 
1.020 



1.000 



35 

2,100 

535 



70 



150 

225 
2,980 

2,180 
3, ISC 



615 



1,295 



4,455 

2,025 
3,445 
1,615 
170 
1,800 

1,420 
180 



SSO 
360 

1,180 
2,150 
1,550 
1,210 
2,360 

1,335 



905 
1,080 



180 
320 
135 

1,3.35 
1,220 



260 

1,110 

50 

615 

140 
725 
285 
20 
170 

195 

40 

20 

195 

765 

220 

95 

1,250 

225 

120 

1,025 
700 
495 

775 



160 

2,255 
1,340 



880 

315 
2,405 

(70 
2,905 

695 



720 
915 
250 
125 
100 

125 

3,555 

1,340 

600 

160 

400 
SOO 

1 ,550 
575 

1 ,020, 

2,515 

1,600 

470 

230 

185 

400 

600 

1,045 

500 
2,720 

2,355 

2,000 

1,050 

260 

980 

2,430 
30 
75 

1,075 
190 

1,145 
600 

1,550 
780 

2,175 

1,805 
320 

1,215 
480 
800 

4,400 

360 

300 

1,815 

9,920 

80 
255 
825 
250 
160 

460 

500 

40 

80 

100 

105 
100 
45 
l,W 

8S5 

320 

580 

3,600 

730 

40 

230 
1,000 

355 
1,425 
1,000 

240 

600 

810 

40 

1,060 

785 
1.015 

350 
2,000 

.325 



27 ,S2; 

1 5 , 75: 

5 00, 

I 8/1 

3, 151 

I 

2.40 

90.48 

47.82 

10 80 

5.87 

9.20 

20.80 

37.40 

12.00 

100.00 

77.46 

106. 8i 

7.05 

3.45 

2.78 

17,25 
12, 6C 
39 

7.50 
182.95 

91.99 
81.68 
52.47 
8. 60 
41.69 

80.85 
3.57 
1 .49 

32.50 
9.90 

38.36 
52.25 
S8.90 
35 . 82 
68.03 

50.24 
9.60 
44.52 
32.76 
16.80 

123.17 
17.34 
11.09 
50,40 

284.06 

2.0-1 
8.23 

29.03 
4.50 

15.50 

9.00 
18.37 
7.47 
1 .50 
4.18 

6.00 

2.38 

.97 

4.88 

24.75 

11.34 
10.12 

72.75 
14.3 
2.40 

18.82 
25 . .SO 
14.45 
35 20 
15.00 

10.20 
45.69 

32.25 

.60 

31.04 

17.60 

75,24 
12 30 

83.3'» 
I7,3J' 



5 33 
23.18 

9.79 
35.91 
23.18 

9.03 

15.15 

18.78 

.93 

26.75 

19.82 
45.36 

8.11 
56.54 

9 18 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Kajud of Taxpayer 



GerbtT, Fred 

Gerber, ]*AUvin C. 
Gerber, Jacob, Jr.. 
Gerber, Jacob, Jr.. 
Gerber, Jacob, Jr.. 



Gerry, Ceo. A... 

Gerson, H 

Gerson, H 

Gertsen, Alfred. , 
Geralle, I. H.... 



Geralle. I. H 

Gernsev. Geo 

Gerhardus, August.. 
Gej'haj'dusi, August. . 
Gerhardus, Herman. 



Gerhardu.'?, Mary. 

Getz, Julia 

Getxman, Casper. 

Gheen, J. V 

Gheen, J. V 



Giant Powder Co.. 

Gerke, Fred 

Giaconio, Chiodo. 

Gibba, G. F 

Gibons, Alice H.. . 



Gibons. John S 

Gibson, J. H 

Gibson, J. J. fHeirO. 
Gibson, J. ,! . (Hck^i . 
Gibson, J. J. iHi,ii-^' - 



Gibson, I,a\vtc:uf . . , 

Gibbon, Ilerir\' i 

Gibson, 1-1. F'. & M. C. 

Gib?oii, H.F 

Gibson, JI. F 



Gibson, H.F.. . . 
Gibson. li. F.. . . 

Gibson, H. S 

Gibson, llar^ ey'. 
Gibson, l-lar-, cv. 



Gibson, Kichard B. 

Gibson, Jinm. - 

Gibson, Jnni. .,, Jr. . 

Gibson, .1. W 

Gibson, Anna M 



Gibson, Jos 

Gibson, Jos 

Gibson, llcsalind... 

Gibson, Alfred 

Gibson, Jennie Mis 



Giddinjcs, S. P. & C. 
Giesy, Martin Dr... . 
Giesy, Martin Dr.. . . 

Giesy, Martin Ur 

Giesy, Andrew H — 



Cilk-, -V. W 

(iiimorf, ( 'hns.. 

Cllmoic, TI. C 

(iiluioiv, IJ. Mr- 

Gillaiii, 1:^. AV. & J'^annie . 



Giovani, Creeinio fet al). 

Gipson, C. H 

Gipaon, C. H 

Gipson, C. H 

Gir.son, '"'. 1 . 



Acna GultlTat«d 



No. of 
Acres 



Per Ac«, 



Acres TIncultiTated 



kof 



Giesy, Andrei' H , 

Giesv, Wm 

Gifford, P. B 

Gifford, Alex P 

Giger, C. li. & Cathcine.. 



Gicer, L. & S 

(iill, Jo^etih S 

Gill, Alexander 

{;in, F. M 

Gill, Geo. <fe Clara E.. 



Giltner, O. A. & May 

Giltner, B. F 

Gilbert, P. A. (Heirs) 

Gilbert, Alex 

Gilbert, W- H. (Trustee).. 

Gilbert, W. H. (Trustee).. 
Gilbert, W. H. (Tru.siee).. 
Gilbert, W. H. rrrn^tet-J,. 

GilbertHon, Gilbert 

Giibertson. G 



4.78 



4 50 



2 50 
5 



59 


ool 


60 


001 


i 


50 


00 


■■'2si 


04 


"ii 


66 


■■■■46 


00' 


54 


16' 


85 


(Ml 


200 


0!) 


15 


00 


15 


00 



10 



17 
1.3.1 

( 
12 

15 
!.50 
90 
SO 
14 



4 
35 



28 
3 50 



« 

1.18 
10 

5 



5 

25 

120 

10 

254 

120 

124.40 

15.60 

None 

124.40 

15.60 
.35 
37.50 
22 . 50 
28.60 

28 

6 

N o[ie 

155 

153,24 



120 00 
20.00 



146 n, 



40 00 
200 I 



55 00 
55.00 



87.50 



60.00i 
45 66 



37 . 50' 
40 Oft' 
60.00; 

45.00 

40 00 
100.00 
40 00 
30 OOl 
SS.OOj 



.^,S (-, 

227. 61I 

85 00 

50.00, 

,50,001 

53 33 

55 on' 

54 00, 

79,28 



3,S,0Ol 
50,00: 



60 00 
200 00 



100 00 
60.00 
1 7 , SO 
30.00 

45.00 



118.75 



100.00 
50,00 



45.00 
25^00 



30 



160 
6 

25 

120 

None 

20 

7 

50 



36.87 
• 30 

16 

58.80 
47 
32,64 
29.50 

10 

I.; 

19 

75 
6 

20 

3 
None 

.> 

48 60 

43 . 88 
53.9! 
1,50 
65 
66 



-I .90 



160 
80 51 

4 

1.83 
None 
70 
50 

43,20 
50.75 
4 

10 
920 

320 
630 
480 
40 
120 



10 
24 
4 
69 
36 



SO 



Geaenl Property Ajsessmeiits in 1910 



Da Land 



Buldisgs i 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Tottld 
Haye Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Wonld 
Eare Been 



ictnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Taxforl910 

Under Single 

Tax ¥«uTd 

HaTB Been 



15.00 
1 7 60t 
II ,67 
80 00 
11.42 

6.66 
40.00 
40.07 
100.41 
40.00 

40.07 
4.00 
10.66 

8.88' 
1S.03[ 

17.8S| 
37.50J 

100, ool 

5.00 
4.99, 

so.oo' 

SSOi 

5 00 

95 , 241 

8.00 

10.00 
110.00' 
20.00 
21.45 
21.00 

37,50 
7.50' 
19,66! 
30.00 
10. oo 

10.00 
10.20 
7 46 
20.68 
10.17 

10.00 
38.46 
10.52 

5.33i 
22.50 

21.00 
21.62 
1,50.22 
40.00 
20.00 

22.781 
22 , 24. 
23 , 3,1 
22 31 
30,00' 



72 03 


29.93 


152.93 


29.96; 


280 


5.00 


66 


12.12 


15 


18.00; 



21.05 

19.33 

102.30 

5.00 

12.10 

25. oo' 

43,71, 

60 00 

5,00 

6,00 

I6.20; 
91 .30' 
50.00 
30,00 
1 5 , 001 

10. ool 

14.76' 
15.00 
5.00 
11.66 

50.00 
25.00 
13.33 
11.60 
1 1 . 94I 



2,140 


1,155 


4,94( 


750 


1,44( 


* 


SOC 


* 


5,800 


1,080 


800 


* 


4,975 


* 


625 


* 


1,200 


250 


4,975 


* 


62,'i 


* 


200 


85 


40C 


* 


80C 


130 


430 


!k 


1,1,50 


ISO 


310 


120 


90Q 


540 


850 


50 


855 


50 


300 


400 


95C 


SO 


SOC 


* 


2,800 


ISO 


700 


100 


2,800 


2,50 


1,000 


1,160 


4O0 


540 


865 




2,150 


400 


775 


80 


225 


* 


1,145 


20(! 


30 


225 


750 


35 


160 


* 


9O0 


40 


1,670 


.545 


1,875 


S8C 


750 




1,300 


425 


250 


ISC 


1,000 


100 


550 




355 




420 


* 


1.000 


ISO 


3,000 


500 


165 




1,570 


SO 


1,750 


SO 


9,200 


100 


8.450 


505 


4,150 


IOC 


3,090 


300 


2,185 


* 


4,585 


* 


1,400 


* 


940 




2,020 


90S 


40 


* 


2,680 


7SC 


835 


1,225 


8O0 


•*■ 


1,030 




100 


* 


670 


140 


/•■y 


I.S(I 


525 


34C 


45C 




1,060 


30 


5.2.iO 




2.100 


sc 


300 


* 


13.800 


* 


3,200 


* 


9.300 


* 


7,200 


* 


200 


* 


1,400 


* 


4.500 


350 


1,100 




60 


* 


1 .25(1 


S30 


555 


305 



3,295' 
5,690 
1,4(0 . . 


2,695 
3,9,30 


SOO 1 


6,880| 


3,320 


800 . 




4,975; 1 


625; 1 


1,450 
4,975 . . 


970 


625 . . 


28s; 

400 . . 


125 


930 
430 . . 


595 


1.300 
-130 

1 . (40 
000 
905 


590 
170 
990 
100 

lis 


700l 
1,000 
800.. 


575 
125 


2,9.50 
800 


925 
480 


3.050 

2,160 

940 

865 

2,sso; 


1,450 

1,610 

540 

435 

1,080 


855 
225;.. 
l,34Sl 
255 
785, 


480 

■■"4s6 

225 
385 


160.. 




940 
2,215 
2,455 

750 


260 
1,620 
1,365 

3S0 


1,725 

400 

1,100 

550 
355; 


1.325 
275 
690 
125 
130 


420 
1,150 
3,500 

165 
1,620 


■■■■7is 

1 .520 

45 

410 


1 ,800 
9.,W0 

8,95.=: 

4,250 
3,390, 


460 
4,760 

3.355 

1 .685 

990 


2,185' . 




4.585' 1 


1.400 . 

040 
2.925 


90 

2.025 

1 



40 

3,130 

2,060 

800 



l.,suo 
1 .565 



1,030 


45 


100. . 




810 


470 


225 


ISO 


865 


465 


450 


120 


i.oooi 


260 


5.250' 




2, 1 .50 


1,150 


300 




13,800 . 




3,200i 


0,300 . . 




7,200i. . 




2001 


1,400 


4.850 


2,350 


1,100 


250 


60 . 




1,780 


865 


860 


370> 



600 
1,760 
1,440 

800 
3,560 

800 

4,97S 

625 

480 

4,975 

625 
160 
400 
335 
430 

710 
260 
450 
800 
790 

125 
875 
800 
2,025 
320 

1,600 
550 
400 
430 

1,470 

375 
225 
865 
30 
400. 

160 
680 
595 
1,090 
400 

400 
12= 
410 
425 
225 

420 
43S 

1,980 
120 

1,210 

1,340 
4,540 
5,60C 
2,565 
2,400 

2,185 

4,585 

1,400 

8S( 

90C 

40 

1,540 

495 

800 

985 

100 
340 
75 
400 
330 

830 

5,250 

1,000 

300 

13,800 

3,200 
0,300 
7,200 
200 
1,400 

2„S0O 

850 

60 

915 

490 



56.02 
96 . 73 
21 .60 
12.00 
156.00 

12.00 
117.72 
20.31 
34.08 
117.72 

20.31 
5.18 
6.00 
13.05 
14.19 

42.90 
8.60 
33.84 
19.80 
19.90 

16.10 
16.60 
20.00 
61.95 
12.16 

61.00 
78 . 85 
14.10 
12.97 

38.25 

16. S2 
4.94 

20.18 
3.83 

12.95 

3.52 
20.68 
59.81 
36.82 
12. 

44.37 

7 00 

20.70 

13.75 

5.32 

6.30 

17.25 

127. 7S 

3 30 
24.30 

27.00 
148.80 
143 28 

68.00 

50.85 

32.78 
68.78 
35. Oi 
15.98 
48 26 

6O1 
51 45 
41 20 
20.80 
25.75 

I. SO 
15.39 

5.85 
18.16 
13.50 

16.35 
191.63 

54.83 

6.00 

276.00 

64.00 

186.00 

144.00 

S.OO 

21.00 

72. 7S 
17.60 
.96 
35.60 
18.06 



-2S— 



Clac kamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taipajer 



lores Oulti rated 



No, of Assessment 
Acres Per Acre 



Aores UsoultiTated 



No. of 

Acres 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



, On Land 



Bnildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total. 



/Single Tax 
Bxemptlons 
1910 ■Wonld 
EaTO Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Vonid 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

Hare Been 



Gist, Harry 

Gist, H. A 

Gist, H. A 

Gitiions, Esther 

tSithcns, Wm. M 

Githens, LaiJra 

Githens, Henry 

Giyne.v, W. H 

Givncy, ,Tns 

Glade, John 

Glade, Eliyabeth 

Gladden, Il^mma 

Glarner, John 

Gl.idstone, R. E. Aps'n. 
Gladstone, R. E. .X-^Js'n. 

Gladstone, R. E. Ass'n. 
Gladstone, R. l-^. Ass'n. 
Gladstone, R. E. .\.-,^'u, 
Gladstone, R. E, Ass'n . 
Glelin, Ann.'^ 



40.00 



Glehn, Henry 

Glendenniai;, \V. R.. 

Gh'rk, M;iry 

Glower, John 

Gloyer, B. F 



Glover, J. B 

Glover, Walter G... 
Glover, Homer ( '.. . 
Glover, M.itthew C. 
Glover, John R.. . . , 



Glover, Delia 

Glover, Armstrong & F. H 
Glover, Armstronix tt F. H 
Glover, .'Vrmstrotie <t I'\ H 
Glossop, F. ^'v ^larlha A... 



Gobbi, B 

Goddard, R. H. 
Goddard, R. H. 
Godd«rd, R. H. 
Goetz, John AV.. 



Gost?, John 

Goebel, Geo 

Goin, G. R 

Golden, Fdwin C. A A.. 
Goode, John A. & Ju,-ie. 



Goold, Pierce & A.. E.. 
Goodrich. C, L. tt L.. , 

Goodfellow, W. E 

I.loodfellow. W. E 

Goodfellow, W. E 



Goodfellow, W. E.. 
Goodfellow, W. E.. 
Goodfellow, W. E.. 
Goodridge, Geo. ]'J. 
Gordon, H. L 



Gordon, L. .\.. . . 
Gordon, Geo. AW 
Gordon, W. H... 
Gordon, A. F.... 
Gordon, Isaac . . . 



Gortler. Henry 

Gortler, AVilhelniim. 
Gortler, H. F. & W.. 

Gorbett, J 

Gorbett, C. E 



Gorbett, W. S... 
Goranson. Carl . . 
Gorrell, Eli^a P.. 
Gordon, Rex. . . . 
Gosser, Frank. . . 



Gosser, B 

Gosser, F. & R 

Gosslia, Wm. G 

Gottborir, E. A 

Gottberg:, Gu&tavus A. 



Gottwaid, Moritz. . . 
Goucher, Catherine. 

Goucher, R 

Gowan, M. Y 

Gray, Ida W 



Gray, Samuel... 

Gray, C. L 

Gray, C. L 

Gray, Grace H . . 
Gray, RhodaA. 



20 
40 

SO 
15 
SO 
40 

7 

1 

I 

30 



16 
14 
1.? 

28 

2 



35 



10 



32 

I 75 



1.74 
5C 



10 



IS 



60 



12 
20 



16 



..M 



.90 



II 

1.50 
II 

7.57 
I I 



65.00 
55.00 

55.00 
60.00 
80.00 
70.00 
45.00 

45,00 
50,00 
60.00 



30 (1(1 
266 66 
29 50i 296.91 



.13.12 
SS.OO 
57.61 



57.14 
60.00 



50.00 



52.50 



52 . 50 
55.00 



293.10 
70 00 



189.47 

I 

58.34 



45.83 
47.50 



.500. 0« 
15.00 



20.00 
71.41 
20.00 
65.00 

65.00 
41.67 



388.89 



50.00 
40.00 
37.50 



46.82 
80.00 
80.00 
299.89 
60,00 



33 
13 



..50 
.V, 
13 

50 
26.75 
14. .50 
24 . SO 
53.80 

39.60 
76 
SO 
4 
11.01 

12.80 

10.03 

5.97 

8.89 

2 

1 
160 
36 

None 
Nono 

62.50 
56 
81 
91 .80 
59.55 

23 
3 

12.74 
10 
19.97 

80 
320 
320 
480 

38 

None 
25 . 25 
.34 

10 

None 
17.50 
120 
480 
958.15 

161 .20 

160 

320 

Ntinc 
14 

65 
20 

(0 

69 2.". 

28 
20 
40 
None 
106 

40 

30 

3 

32 

42.50 



.80 



6.50 

28 
160 

.None 
40 

29 

60 

51 

I 

.80 

69 

.86 

27.50 

I 

4 



IS 


15 


15 


38 


,so 


00 


IS 


15 


25 


00 


20 


00 


14 


57 


27 


59 


28 


49 


14 


87 


16 


66 


21 


OS 


18 


00 


SO 


00 



72 . 66 

56 24 
59 . 83 
83 . 75 
56.24 
87. SO 

85.00 

10.00 

11.11 

ISO 00 

200.00 

9 60 
H.28 
15.06 
16.01 
15.11 

16.09 
200.00 
156 98 
1,50.00 

20.10 

12 .50 
1 I . 25 
1 5 . 62 
IS.OO 
21 .03 

25.00 
21 .92 



58 . 33 
30.00 

100.00 
.30.00 

8,00 
20.00 
20.00 

19.85 

7. SO 

6.2,= 

50.00 

10 on 

5 00 

10.00 

100.00 

15.00 

21.65 

17.00 
17.50 
18 00 
500.00 
4.71 

S.OO 
5.00 

26.31 
5.00 

24.70 

21 .53 
14.29 

5.00 
61.20 

S.OO 

20.00 

15.00 

13.73 

200.00 

300.00 

12.00 
40.69 
35.27 
200.00 
17. .50 



780 




200 


# 


4C 


* 


1,800 


605 


2,525 


395 


3,7,50 


670 


1,290 




4,400 


500 


3,500 


4O0 


1,115 


755 


705 


100 


1.650 


20 


2,700 


550 


200 


* 


800 


* 


720 


* 


600 


* 


SOC 


* 


500 


* 


175 


* 


85 


* 


1,600 


* 


1,720 


50 


200 


,50 


8,700 


460 


1,1,30 


450 


1.570 


MO 


1,970 


630 


1,470 


+ 


2,S0(i 




490 




600 


+ 


2,000 


* 


l,SOfl 


+ 


3,150 


575 


1,000 


* 


3,60(1 


* 


5,000 


* 


7,200 


* 


1 ,325 


395 


1,680 




650 


i40 


lOO 


* 


175 




300 


* 


S20 


375 


560 




960 


* 


9,600 


* 


19,160 




3,200 


* 


1,200 


* 


2,000 


* 


1,000 


75 


|.(0 


195 


625 


100 


2O0 


* 


S40 




600 


* 


5,000 


310 


1,025 


100 


1,300 


ISO 


720 




250 


20(1 


740 


SO 


200 


100 


350 


3,30 


600 


420 


320 


SO 


3,000 


720 


205 




900 




800 


=1: 


3.50 


300 


200 


* 


1,130 


335 


l,70fl 


400 


I,-I50 


90 


200 


* 


240 


* 


1,345 


310 


155 




1,850 


SO 


2,470 


505 


1,30 


275 



780 

200.. 
40., 
2,40S 
2,920 

4,420 
1,290 
4,900 
3,900 
1,870 

805 

1,670 

3,250 
200 
800. 

720. 
600. 
SOO. 
500. 
175. 

85. 

1 ,600 . 

1,770 

250 

9,160 

1,580 
1.680 
2,600 
1 ,470 
2,500 

490 
600. 

2,000 . 

1,500 . 

2,725 

1 ,000 . 
3,600 . 
5.000 . 
7.200 . 
1,720 

1,680 
790 
100. 
175. 
300. 

893 

560 

960. 

9,600 . 

19,160. 

3,200 . 
1 ,200 . 
2,000 . 
1,07.^ 
.335 

725' 
200 
540 
600' 



I7S 



1,600 
1,595 

2,420 

680 

3,120 

3,060 

965 

130 

50 

1,810 



880 

140 

3,260 

825 

680 

1,185 



1,175 
90 



1,625 



710 



880 
200 



720 
20 



575 
195 



325 



5,310 


2,510 


1 125 


445i 


1,450 


750 


72(1 




450 


200, 


790 


215 


300 


100 


680 


480 


1,020 


735 


37(1 


170 


3,720 


1,930 


205 


45 


900 


330 


800 




650 


595 


200 




( , 165 


665 


2,100 


900 


1,24(1 


375 


200 




240 




1 ,655 


695 


IS5 


60 


1,900 


545 


2,975 


1,260 


405 


3201 



60S 

200 

40 

805 

1,325 

2,000 

610 

1,780 

1,840 

905 

675 

1,620 

1,440 

200 

800 

720 
600 
500 
SOO 
175 

85 

1,600 

890 

no 

5,900 

755 
1,000 
1,415 
1,470 
I,. 325 

400 

600 

2,000 

1,500 

1,100 

1,000 
3,600 
5,000 
7,200 
1, 010 

800 
590 
100 
175 
300 

175 

540 

960 

9,600 

19,160 

3,200 

1,200 

2,000 

500 

140 

400' 
200' 
285 
600 
2, SOO 

680 

7on, 

720 
2.50 

5751 

20o' 
2001 
285 
300 
1,790 

160 

570 

800 

55 

200 

SOO 
1,200 
865 
200 
240 

960 

95 

1,355 

l,7IS 

85 



11.70 


3.00 


.60 


38.47 


58,40 


70.72 


20.64 


83.30 


66., 30 


43.00 


18.52 


25.05 


48.75 


S.OO 


16.00 


14.40 


12. CO 


10. OO 


10. OO 


6.39 


3.10 


42.56 


37.17 


S.2S 


146.56 


24.02 


25.20 


39.00 


22.05 


37.50 


7., 35 


9,60 


47.00 


35. 2S 


40.87 


15.00 


72.00 


100, OC 


144.00 


27.52 


26.88 


11.85 


3.25 


4.02 


4. SO 


23.72 


12.88 


14.40 


144. OO 


307.82 


48 00 


IS.OO 


30.00 


24.72 


7.. 37 


15.23 


4.40 


12.69 


9.O0 


79,65 


25.87 


33.35 


16 56 


14,6; 


18.17 


5.40 


12.38 


22.50 


8.51 


59.53 


3.37 


19. 8( 


16. OC 


21.12 


3.40 


21.97 


31. SO 


20.46 


3.20 



41.37 

3.79 
34.20 
60.9 

6.88 



—29— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Kame of Taipayar 



icres CultiTatfld 



No. of 
AcreB 



Per Acre 



Acres Uncultrnted 



No. of 
Ac^es 



AssesBmeDt 
Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Assessment 



Grav, Eliza J — 
Graw, John H.. . 

GraQ, Oiof 

Grace, Edmn E.. 
Grace, Thos 



Grant, Fred rich. 

Grant, Ellen 

Grant, Louisa. . . 

Grasle, J. W 

Grasle, W.H.... 



Graves, F. T 

Graves, Grant 

Graves, P. M. & Ida S.. 

Gratton, Inv. Co 

Graham, A. W 



Graham, Andrew. 
Graham, Aaron. . . 

Graham, Joe 

Graham, W.W.... 
Graham, J. W.. . . 



Graham, N. R 

Graham, N. R 

Graham, Robert B 

Graham, .1. A. & M. L.. 
Graham, James K 



Graham, James P.. . . 
Grafenhain, Edward. 
Grafenhain, Moritz.., 

Grafenhain, M 

Green, Clark 



Green, Stephen . . 
Green, Wm. H.. . 
Green, Martha. . . 
Greene, W. L — 
Greene, Wm. K.. 



Greene, Emma L — 
Greil, Theo. & Chas.. 

Gregg, PJermit E 

Gregory, Geo. H.. . . 
Gregory, S. E 



Gregory, S. E 

Green well, "W 

Grime=, T. J. & E. J.. 

Grimm, Emil 

Grimm, Harriett K... 



Grimm, Henry.. 
Grimm, Sophia. 
Grim, Frank. . . 
Grim, Frank . . . 
Grim, Frank. . . 



Gries, Chas 

Griehel, Gustav 

Griffith, F. T 

Griffith, F.T. (Trustee). 
Griffith, Franklin T 



Griffith, U.S 

Griffiths, Richard & G. 

Griffin, E. H 

Griffin, Lewis L 

Griffin. D. T 

Griffin, T^lewelKm 

Gribble. Wade'H 

Gribble, Albert D 

Gribble. S. O 

Gribble, Jas. K. P 



.S..33 
10.77 
10 

6 

20 
20 
12 



II 
60 

35 

* 

49 

20 

28. SS 
5.S 

1.13 

6 



10 



22.67 
65 

30 

* 

3 
15 
40 

50 
40 

H 

10 



15.00 
250.00 
52.77 
35.00 
20.00 

150.00 



64 00 
259.98 
250.00 

90 00 

54.00 

50.00 

1,000.00 



2 
3 
6 

3 
35 
90 
95 
60 



Gribble, Jas. K. P ; 9, 

Gribble, Lansing L , 20 

Gribble, Lansintt L 12 



Gribble, Earl R.. 
Grindeland, Siver O. 



Grisenthwaite, Wm 

Grisenthvvaite, ^lary U.. 

Griendstaff, A. J.. .' 

Grow, Dewitt A 

Groves, J. E. & M. JI... 



Gross, Cuv 

Gros--, Fiwl & A(l..l|, 

Groshpng, J. .M 

Groshong, Goo. M.. . 
Groshoug, Albert M.. 



Grousbeck, Gertnide L.. 

Grosemiller, Frank 

Gros.'^miller, J 

Grossniiller, J 

Grossclose. .lohn 



II 

30 



4 
4 

37 
3 

10 



25 
20 



30.00 
65.00 
65.00 



65.00 

55.00 
53.88 
65.00 
60.00 
110.00 



25.00 



10.00 
125.00 



130.00 



95.65 
50.00 



50.00 



45.00 
50.00 
55.00 

50.00 
40.00 
20.00 



77 
None 

22 

None 

120 

None 

2.50 
None 
None 
None 

5, 50 
20 
20 

None 
60 



20.00 



166 66 

iso'.oo 



40.00 
35.00 
60.00 
40.00 
58.33 

55.00 
54.00 
53.90 
54.00 
54.00 

54.00 
54.00 

54.25 
52 . 25 
52.50 

60 00 



20.00 

50.00 

250 . 00 

50.00 
50.00 
29 . 73 
15.00 
15.00 

140.00 



36.00 
35.00 



111 

25 
72 
16 

57.50 

25.82 
None 

58.60 
Nftne 

34 

160 

69 
160 

40 
15S 

None 
SO 
35 
40 
10 

Fraction 
None 

80 
None 

55.50 

27 

1.33 
21 
15 

42 

60 
40 
12.37 
120 
40.62 

80 
Fraction 
5 
I 
14.97 

8 
62 
36.64 
37 

9.56 

7 

II 83 
52.47 
55 
60 

55 
20 

28 

22.37 

57 



36 
36 
1 66 63 
37 
30 

None 

40 

101 

62.56 

8 . 30 



3 


,S9 


100 


00 


20 


00 


10 


00 


5 


83 


72.00 


100 


00 


20.001 


160 


16 


125 


00 


36 


36 


22 


00 


20 


00 


800 


00 


II 


66 


10 


96 


30.001 


29 


S9 


20 


00 


20 


00 


24.2li 


25 


01 


20.001 


60 


00 


33 


52 


3 


12 


5 


Oil 


2 


HI 


3 


75 


2 


90 


60 


00 


7 


.5(1 


8.001 


15 


00 


50.00 


70 


00 


12 


.5(1 


13 


0(1 


28 


82 


25 


92 


37 


59 


II 


.50 


12 


00 


20.00 


16 


66 


IS 


00 


9 


.91 


8 


00 


5 


.90 



24.00 
250.00 

74.82 

II .93 
10.00 
19.51 
10 SI 
18.30 

25.00 
22.00 
21.75 
22.45 

22 . 50 

22.45 
22.00 
21 .96 
23.47 
24.82 

16.67 
15 OO 

5 SX' 

23 . 681 
183.3j! 

20 Ool 

20 00 

6,00 

4.73 

5.83 

60.00 
10.00 
II .88 
9.91 
20.00 



345 
1,.500 
1,390 
1,400 
1 ,500 

300 

250 

340 

2.800 

2,500 

650 

1,520 

1 ,400 

12,000 

700 

1,555 
4,650 
4,435 
320 
4,325 

1,725 
1,540 
4,745 
65 
1,800 

SOU 
595 
450 
ISO 
500 

125 
375 
280 
600 
500 

25 

160 

1,000 

2,200 

4,850 

2,200 

SO 

375 

930 

3,040 

3,500 

2,200 

580 

960 

440 

640 
200 
620 
250 
3,370 

775 

1,250 

845 

520 

525 

340 
2,150 
5,990 
6,365 
4,590 

6,365 
1,520 
1 .265 
1,100 
2,990 

760 

45 
320 
250 
400 

920 
920 
2.100 
220 
325 

700 

400 

2,100 

1,320 

165 



235 
535 
395 



530 



145 
50 



200 
1 ,44S 



15S 



75 
1,400 



625 
510 
980 

200 



520 
300 
100 
200 



960 
100 

1,085 

20 
265 

445 

150 

1,050 

150 



200 
25 



235 
370 
IS 
200 
135 

145 
410 

1,440 
ISO 

1,740 

ISO 



450 
100 
735 

3,50 

200 

25 

50 

275 

50 

50 

100 

220 

500 



475 



580 
2,025 
1,785 
1,400 
2,0.30 

445 

300 

340 

3,000 

3,945 

805 

1 ,520 

1,475 

13,400 

700 

2,180 
5,160 
5,415 
320 
4,525 

1 ,725 
2,060 
5,045 
165 
2,000 

500 
615 
500 
ISO 
500 

125 
375 
280 
600 
500 

25 

160 

1,000 

3,160 

4,950 

3,285 

SO 

395 

1,195 

3,485 

3,6.50 

3,250 

730 

960 

440 

640 
200 
820 
275 
3,370 

1,010 

1,620 

860 

720 

660 

485 
2,560 
7,430 
6,5 
6,330 

6,5 
1,520 
1,715 
1,200 

3,725 

1,110 
245 
345 
300 
675 

970 

970 

2,200 

440 

825 

700 
400 

2,575 
1 ,320 

275 



Single Tax 
Eiemptions 
1910 Wonld 
Have Been 



270 
1,425 

985 
1,000 
1,100 

305 
SO 

235 
1,275 
2,695 

385 

640 

675 

3,800 



835 
2,610 
2,220 



2,395 

615 

1,345 

2,775 

100 

660 



220 
SO 



20 



2,860 
1,475 



1,805 



120 

835 

1,845 

1,815 

2,050 

230 



Single Tai 



1910 Wonld 
EaTO Been 



Aotnal Tai 

Paid for 

1910 



Tal for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax ■Would 

HaTfl Been 



630 

25 

1,125 

710 
820 
95 
290 
380 

235 
1 ,5,30 
4,330 
3,150 
3,6.30 

3,150 
640 
835 
420 

1,565 

825 
200 

no 

65 
310 

170 
170 
980 
250 
590 

400 



1,080 
500 

no 



310 
600 
800 
400 
930 

140 

250 

105 
1.725 
1,250 

420 
880 
800 
9,600 
700 

1,345 
2,550 
3,195 
320 
2,130 

1,110 

715 

2,270 

65 

1,340 

500 
395 
450 
ISO 

465 

60 

3 
2801 
600 
500 

25 

140 

1,000 

300 

3,475 

1.480 

50 

275 

360 

1,640 

1 ,835 

1,200 

500 

960 

305 

640 
200 
190 

250 
2,245 

300 

800 
765 
430 
280 

250 
1,030 
3,100 
3,365 
2,700 

3,365 
880 
880 
780 

2,160 

285' 
4.51 
2.?.^l 
235 
365 

800 

800 

1,220 

190 

235 

300 
400 
1,495 
820 
165 



11.59 
36.45 
30.36 
29.40 
46.69 

n..34 
6.00 
8.84 

70.50 
104.53 

15.85 
22.80 
22.13 
355.10 
18.90 

54.51 

78.45 

81.23 

4.80 

67.87 

27.95 
31.47 
75.68 
4.29 
31.00 

10.00 
15.38 
12.50 
3.75 
9.00 

2.88 
8.26 
5.04 
13.20 

8.75 

.41 

3.84 

21.00 

66.35 

74.25 

49.27 

1.10 

7.89 

18.52 

56.46 

61.15 

48.75 
15.33 



9 


64 

24 


13 


44 


3 


6(1 


14 


76 


8 


94 


64 


03 


15 


15 


34 


02 


12 


90 


10 


80 


n 


55 


S.24I 


40 


96 


112 


17 


102 


(15 


101 


.28 



102.05 
22.80 
25 , 73' 
18 00 

55 87' 

17 21 
3 .SO 

6.21 

5.11 
15.85 

15.52 
1 5 . 52 

44 . 401 
9.68 
18.16^ 

17.8.51 

6.00 

38.62 

19.80 

4.13I 



82,27 
20.411 
20 40 
18,08 
50,07 

6,89 
1.08 
6.52 
6.08 

12.85 

20.08 

20.08 

35.32 

5.86 

7.25 

11.29 

9.27 

34.65 

19.01 

3.83 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of T&xpajer 



icrea Cultivated 



No. f Issessment 
icres Pot Aero 



Acros UncuItiTated 



Ko. of 
Aores 



Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Would 
Have Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Would 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

Hare Been 



Orubbs, Rae 

Gruel, WW&LB&FG, 

Gruel, L. &\V 

Guber, Edmund 

Guenther, Bertha 



Guenther, August 

Guenther, Auajusta 

Guenther, E. F 

Guenther, Robert 

Guenther, Franklin 



Guenther, Henry 

Guenther, Hedwich . , , 

GuUey, James 

Gulley, James 

Ouldenzopf, Wilhelm . 



Gunther, B. R. & M. 

Guntly , John 

Gundcrson, A 

Gurlev, Ola M 

Gurley, 0!a M 



Gustafson, August. . . . 
Gustafson, \'. & Sofia. 

Gntman, George 

Gutman, George 

Guttridi^e, James 



Guttridge, R. S.. . 

Guttridge, C 

Gutperlet, Wm — 
Gutperlet, Frank.. 
Guynup, C. M 



Guynup, Sidney D.. 
Gwirnmann, Gurta^ 
Haag, Christian. . . . 

Habelt, Frank 

Haybelt, Anton 



Haberlach, F. A 

Haberlach, Gustav 

Haberlach, Gu=tav & A.. . 

Haberthier, John 

Hackett, E. C 



Hackett, E. E 

Hage, TorKcr 

Hager, Fred 

Hagen, C. P 

Hagberg, Olaf & E.. 



Hageman, H. W 

Hageman, Bernhard. 
Hagenbuck, Mary J.. 
Hagenberger, Theo.. . 
Hahn, Fred 



Haines, E. M. & M. A.. 

Haines, A. H 

Hall, FredS 

HaU, Chas. E 

Hall, Chas. E 



Hall, Clarissa B 

Hall, Moses M.&M.. 

Hall, Isabell A 

Hall, Olie Bell 

HaU, W. A 



HaU, W. A... 
HaU, Walter. 
HaU, Walter. 
HaU, C. A.... 
HaU, Arthur . 



HaU, Arthur 

HaU, J. R 

HaU, Clariss.T B . 
HaU, Chas. E.... 
H.aU, Chas 



HaU, Jos 

Hall, J. A 

HaU, Chas. G. & Eaura. . . 

HaU, Thos 

Hale, Wm. D 



Hale, Geo. W 

Hale, lindsey 

Hale, Lindsey 

Hale, Lester F. & Lou. 
Haley, Alice V 



Haley, Alice V 

Haley, Kate 

Halsa, Ole O 

HaUinan, W. S 

Halverson, Hannah & M.. 



33 

* 

!0 
30 

2 
10 
22 
14 



.50 



1 
10 

.428 
5 

4 
12 



6 

2.65 
II 



53 
10 

* 

40 
25 

32 

* 

7 

15 

40 
30 

* 

4 
16 

30 
12 
10 



.50 



25 
50 
5 
)3 
12 

3 
20 

4 
23 

I 



400 
55.00 



25.00 
45.00 

37.50 
40 00 
50.00 
32.14 



50.00 
35.00 



60.00 



40 001 
54.16: 



45.00 
I 
-15 00 
45.00 
52.441 



75.001 
25.00 
20.00' 



66.66 

84.6 

73.33 

51.92 

55.00 



80 

300 

60 


00 
00 
00 


60 
200 


00 
00 


175 

55 

55 


00 
00 

00 


54 


28 


55 

92 
50 


00 

50 
00 



80.00 
50.00 

55.00j 
40.001 
40.00, 
100.00 



40.00 
40.00 



150.00 

40.00 
64.00 
65.00 
64.54 
58.33 

58.33 

36.00 

55.00 

lOO.OO 

50 t 



None 


400.00 


22. 


12.5(1 


103.47 


14.93 


30 


4.46 


49 


10.00 


38 


9.21 


30 


8.33 


24.45 


9.82 


6 


25. OC 


40 


10.00 


40 


10.00 


40 


10.00 


5 


80.00 


7 


II ( 28 


9.50 


10.52 


37.02 


34.98 


10.25 


20.00 


109. 80 


9.10 


None 




4.65 


29.00 


36 


10.00 


2 


15.00 


80 


5.00 


40 


5.O0 


50 


9.50 


21 


9.52 


71. 3( 


9.82 


149 


15.10 


10 


24.00 


None 


49.70 


None 


49.70 


69 


5.00 


50 


6.00 


160 


7.00 


140.20 


5.00 



S3 


26 


2 


13 


8 


SO 


4 




41 


78 


130 




6.251 


2 




9 


83 


160 




lis 




3 




10 




•SO 


43 


16 


50 


47 


90 


160 




IK 


82 


25 


00 


34.08 



60.00 
SO 

2 

4.50| 
54.15' 

22 
12 
16 

None 
20.00 

25 
5 
I 

640 

See 

40 
80 
40 
40 

28 

55 

29 

12.18 

36.25 

II 

6 
60 
6 
I 
I 



24.87 
23.47 
29.41 
1 2 . SO 
13.85 

6.15 

38.40 

200.00 

10.00 

5.00 

20.00 
100.00 
20.00 

74.85 
24.24 

25.00 
3.75 
23.91 
20.00 
23.47 

33.34 
18.00 
400.00 
40.00 
14.95 

18.18 
12.08 
12.50 
40.00 
20 00 

20.00 

14.00 

.50.00 

2.00 

Chas. 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

60.00 

14.54 
II .20 
9.29 
14.62 
25.00 

25.00 
10.00 
25.00 
50.00 
25.00 



200 


100 


2,090 


75C 


1,545 


* 


390 


50 


1,840 


465 


425 


25 


65(1 


295 


1,340 


200 


60(1 


200 


400 


* 


400 


* 


40C 


* 


4O0 


* 


80(1 




100 


* 


1,295 


* 


255 


20 


1,350 


375 


lOO 


75 


435 


200 


520 


80 


680 


120 


400 


* 


200 


* 


2,500 


385 


2,900 


405 


4,750 


200 


4,715 


950 


240 


* 


40 


75 


75 


75 


595 


20 


90(1 


150 


1,120 


50 


700 


25 


2,125 


150 


I,I5C 


415 


l,3SC 




1,400 


400 


1,680 


325 


800 


* 


72( 


180 


l,20t 


30C 


76( 


305 


800 


* 


5,480 


400 


2,30( 


575 


20( 


* 


10,775 


200 


1,775 




2,960 


100 


60( 


* 


83( 




500 


* 


1,625 


100 


5,700 


53.=^ 


2,40( 


150 


80( 


* 


50( 




1,610 


ISO 


2,050 


500 


625 




600 


75 


5( 


7O0 


400 


* 


700 




270 


60 


5( 


* . 


1,28( 


195 




Laura 


400 


* 


40( 


* 


20( 


* 


20( 


* 


4,23( 




1,800 


595 


3,525 




445 


935 


1,38( 


2O0 


975 




325 


650 


l,32( 


50 


37( 


405 


2,35t 


280 


75 


SO 



300 
2,840 
1,545 

440 
2,305 

450 
945 
1,540 
800 
400 

400 
400 
400 
800 
100 

l;295 

275 

1,725 

175 

635 

600 
800 
400 
200 

2,885 

3,305 

4,950 

5,665 

240 

lis 

150 

615 

1,050 

1,170 

725 

2,275 
1 ,565 
1,350 
1,800 
2,005 

800 

900 

1,500 

1 ,065 

800 

5,880 

2,875 

200 

10,975 

1,775 

3,060 
6001. 
830, 
,500. 

1,725 

6.235 

2,550 
800 . 
500 

1,760 

2,550: 
625; 
675 
750' 
400. 

700 
330 
50. 

1,475 
Col\'ie 

400 
400 
200 
200 
4,230 

2,395 
3,525 
1,380 
1,580 
975 

975 
1,370 

775 
2,630 

125 



100. 

, I sol 



255 
1,515 

80 
610 

1,085 
300 



50 
635 
145 

355 

200 
590 



1,985 

2,535 
3,365 
2,705 



100 

110 

220 

570 

SO 

25 

650 
1,210 

660 
1,425 
1,180 



4,30 
570 
855 



2,520 
1,575 



4,210 
770 



1,060 



215 



580 



2,900 
1,830 



160 

710 

I.6O5! 
335 
350 
730 



100 
190 



195 



1,530 

1,230 

2,640 

1,210 

850 

400 

750 

570l 

S2S| 

1,430 

75: 



200 
690 
1,545 
185 
790 

370 
335 
455 
500 
400 

400 
400 
400 
800 
100 

1,295 
225 

1,090 

30 

280 

400 
210 
400 
200 
900 

770 
1,585 
2,960 

240 
15 

40 

395 

480 

1,120 

700 

I 625 
355 
690 

375 

825 

800 
470 
930 
210 
800 

3,360 
1,300 
200 
6,765 
1,005 

2,000 
600 
615 
500 

1,145 

3,335 
720 
800 
340 

1,050 

945 

290, 

325 

20 

400 

600 
140 

50 
1,280 



400 
400 
200 
200 
2,700 

1,165 

885 
170 
7.TO 

575 

225 

800 

250 

1 ,200l 



9.-75 
42.60 
23. 
11.00 
30.60 

6.75 

, 14. 

23.10 

12.00 

6.00 

6.00 
6.00 
10.20 
29.20 
2.30 

21.38 
6.06 

34.49 
4.55 

16.52 

10.80 
26.40 
10.40 
5.20 
65.67 

72.70 
108.90 

90.65 
3.84 
2.01 

2.62 
15.38 
24.15 
24.57 
15.21 

4S.49 
31.29 
27.00 
34.25 
37.76 

13.28 
16.20 
35.26 
18.72 
14.56 

100.96 

67.56 

3.00 

279.86 
30.17 

56.10 
9.00 

12.45 
7.50 

25.88 

93.52 
39.53 
15.20 
8.25 
30.17 

56.10 
10.63 
12.60 
16.50 
6.80 

11.90 

4.95 

.75 

24.48 



9.20 
10.40 
3.60 
4.20 
76.14 

35.93 
56.39 
22.08 
25.28 
16.57 

16.571 
27.40 
13.171 
49.97i 
2.06i 



IS. 65 
3.2s 
1.16 

31.82 



14.35 

13.02 

5.55 

5.94 

86.89 

27.00 
21.78 
4.18 
17.96 
14.88 

5.82 
24.60 

9.93 
34.30 

1.31 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taxpayer 



icres Cultivated 



No. of 
Acres 



AGsessment 
Per Acre 



Acres Uncultivated 



Mo. of 
Acres 



AssessmeQt 
Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 
Siemptions 
IMCWonld 
lav* Been 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Tonld 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

Have Been 



Hallowell, H. j;.... 
Halbersladt, f^'has. 

Ham, Isaac 

Ham, Ethel P 

Ham, Ethel F 



Hammoiid Lumber Co.. . . 

Hammond, A. H 

Hammond, O. L. .t .'\nnie. 

Hammond, MMreelinc 

Hampton, F. W 



«80 
SO 



Hampton, Narcissa A^. 
Hamilton, L. K., Mr.s.. 

Hamilton, T. B 

Hamilton, J. B 

Hamilton, .John 



Hamilton, John 

Hankins, J. C. & E.. 

Hart, Naomi B 

Hart, Jos. M 

Hart, John 



Hart, F. ,S 

Hart, I. P 

Hart, D. A. Jr.... 

Hart, Willis A 

Hart Isaac T 



Hart, Isaac T 

H;irt, E. D. & I. .M 

Hamilton, J. R 

Hamilton, E.J 

Hammeliiian, J. JM. <t 11. 



Hannon, Cha.-^. R.. 
Hannou, C'ha>i. R.. 

Hanson, H. \V 

Hanson, H. W 

Hanson, H. W 



Hanson, H. W 

Hanson, C. J. ik .Mary. 
Hanson, C. J. & Mary. 

Hanson, C. J 

Hanson, N. C 



Hanson, Gulic. . . 

Hart, E. R 

Hart, Jos. V 

Hart. (Jeo. F 

Harris, James H. 



Harris, "W. F & Liz/de. 

Harris, W. F 

Harris, W. F 

Harris, W. F 

Harris. ^\ .F 



Harris, C. P. & (). .M.. 

Harris, David 

Hansee, Ann.-i R 

Hannaii, ('has. H 

Hansen, E 



Hanson, P. J. . . . 
Hanson, K. it J.. 
Hanson, K- & J., 

Hansen, C 

Hansen Chas.... 



Han.=ien, Henry 

Hansen, N. P 

Harris, H. C. k .M.. 
Harris, Albert & .N . 
Harris & Slewinun. 



Harris, C.W 

Harms, Herman D. . . 
Harms, Eena ( Heirs) . 

Harms, Diedricli 

Harms, Diedrieh 



Harms, John 

H.'-'.rdy, Abram 

Hardy, Abram.. . . 
Hardy, Chas. W... 
Harlow, L. A 



33.l<> 
12 



2 
11.30 

3.87 
20 

S 

4 
90 
10 

3 



SO 



13 



10 



25 
20 



,50 



Hardin, Wni. M 

Hardin, Win. M 

Harold Wathildf 

Hargrove, I.. T.-E. & C. C. 
Hargrove, M. E.-E-&C.C 



Harkson, Clara 

Harkson. Clara 

Hartung, W. G.& M. J.. 

Harsch, Chas 

Harrison, Dale V 



40 
36 



12.0 



300.00 



5.00 
50.00 



<i9.6S 
55.00 



SS.OO 
SO. 00 
45.00 



75.00 
200.00 
300.00 

55,00 

50.00 
40.00 
44.45 
40.00 
20.00 



33.84 



50,00 
53.00 



40.00 
38.46 
40.00 



40.00 



40.00 
55.00 



111,53 



27.50 



125.00 
64.00 



80.00 



60.00 

2i;0 .58 



52.00 
20 00 



40.00 

50,00 
55 00 

58.82 
52.50 

ee A 

20,00 
55,00 
150,00 

55 
55,00 

SS.OO 
15.00 
IS. 00 
15 00 
400.00 

20.00 
15.00 



62.50 



45,00 
63.6 



100.00 



25 
40 
None 
6S 
23.50 

640 

None 

42.33 

1.92 

None 

28 
7 
20 
29.00 
36.50 

4. 
8 
3 
4 
17 

155 
None 
7.20 
10.13 
13 

38.27 
67 



20,00 

5,00 

155.00 

15.50 

10.00 

20.00 



20.00 
156.25 
25.00 

10.00 

171.42 

21.00 

20.00 

9.36 

11.12 
40.00 
80.00 
1.50,00 
25,00 

14.84 
10 00 
20.83 
9.87 
10 77 

10.45 
7.01 



18 
30 

480 
320 

37 
7 

14 

40 
II 
40 
14 
6 

20 
60 
30,50 
160 
2 

310 

42.54 

5 
80 
127 

None 
80 
28.59 
160 
43,37 

55 
60 
80 
160 
32 

45 
12 

5 

8 

W, Both 

160,90 

25 

.\on( 
.48 16 
.^0 

45 
29 75 
85.26 
145 

Nonu 

120 

87 

5 

15 

26 

39 
30. 3S 

4 

3.70 

None I 



kin 



20.00> 
25.00 

20,00 

20,00 

9.45 

7.14 

4.28 

5.00 
8.18 
7. SO 
6.42 
20,00 

30,00 
9.16 
4.90 
5 00 

60.00 

I 5 67 
35 26 
40 , 00 
10 (lOi 
14 97 

100 nol 

20 001 
19.9,!! 
23 , 7.S, 
23.05 

25 0(li 
S oo; 
S OOi 

10 00! 

lO.OOt 

10.00, 
25,00' 
30.(10 
25,00 



4 97i 
24 00] 
45 oo' 
20 61; 
15.00 

2.1 . 90 

3 . 36 

2.81 

3,00 

200.00 

5.00 

3. 55 

15.00 

.30.00 

20 

20 . SI 
13.18 
2S.00 
162.16 
50 00 



500 
200 
600 
100 

235 

12,800 
3,400 
3,. 340 
300 
2,300 

940 
1,200 

970 
I 830 
2,685 

SO 

470 

2,500 

1,760 

1,525 

2,550 
160 

4,150 
500 
200 

400 
910 



460 
3,400 

9,600 

6,400 

470 

sso 

300 

200 
450 
300 
330 
175 

2,050 
550 
375 
800 
620 

5,600 
1,500 
2,200 
800 
2,620 

1,800 
1,600 
570 
3,800 
1,000 

2,675 

700 

400 

1 ,600 

1.120 

2 200 
960 
200 
570 



.S80 
1 ,425 
2,250 
2,700 
1,000 

3,000 
160 
480 
660 
200 

680 
345 

75 
4.50 

775 

800 
2,200 
2.400 

600 
1,200 



840 
50 

450 

so 

105 
310 
300 

85S 



355 

1,175 

270 

100 
140 
675 



340 

200 

130 

1,000 



300 
280 



260 



SO 
485 
450 
170 

100 

* 

100 

1,765 

550 



90 
300 
520 



420 

25 
28S 
200 



30 
67S 
300 
350 
C80 

250 



370 

75 
250 

200 



SO 



300 
ISO 



500 
200 
840 
100 

235 

12,800 

3,400 

4,180 

350 

2,750 

990 
1 3S0 
1,280 
2,130 
3,540 

50 

470 

2,855 

2,935 

1,795 

2,650 
300 

4,825 
500 
200 

400 

1,250 

200 

590 

4,400 

9,600 

6,400 

770 

830 

300 

200 
710 
300 
330 

225 

2,535 
SSO 
825 
800 
790 

5,700 
1,500 
2,.300 
800 
4,385 

2,350 
1,600 
570 
3,800 
1,000 

2,765 

700 

700 

1.600 

1,640 

2.620 
985 
485 
770 



S30 



2,335 

SO 

1,920 

S90 

150 

650 

1,050 

2,625 



70 
1,710 
1,755 

870 

375 

260 

2,800 

300 

30 



690 

200 

190 

2,400 



390 
690 
215 



550 



200 

85 

1,545 
"625 
"436 
600 
1,106 
2,36s 
1,740 



765 
300 
300 



1,120 

1,820 
385 
310 
395 



910 
2,100 
2,550 
3,050 
1,680 

3,250 
160 
850 
735 
450 

880 
345 
75 
450 
825 

800 
2,500 
2,550 

600 
1,200 



90 
1,140 

1,875 
1.400 
1,080 

I,. 340 

45 

565 

255 

350 

260 

35 



500 
200 
310 
100 
235 

12,800 

3,400 

1,845 

300 

830 

400 
1,200 

630 
1,080 

915 

50 

400 

1,145 

1,180 

925 

2,375 
40 

2,025 
200 
170 

400 
560 



400 
2,000 

9,600 

6,400 

380 

140 

85 

200 
160 
300 
130 
140 

990 

sso 

200 
800 
360 

5,100 
1,500 
1,200 
800 
2,080 

610 
1,600 

570 
3,800 
1,000 

2,000 
400 
400 

1,600 
520 

800 
600 

175 
375 



1,575 
1,550 



600 



820 
960 

675 

i,6.=;o 

600 

1,910 
115 
285 
480 
100 

620 
310 
75 
450 
60S 

800 
925 
1,000 
600 
600 



10.00 
3.64 

22.00 
1.70 
3. S3 

332.80 

85.00 

66. S8 

7.00 

71.50 

14.85 
49.28 
21.76 
31.95 

87.57 

1.25 
11.98 
67.09 
68.98 
30.51 

43.72 

4.50 

96.49 

10.00 

3 00 

10 00 

26.20 

5.00 

8.84 
74.80 

1 59 , 36 

106.24 

13.86 

14.94 

5.40 

3:60 

12.78 
5.40 
5.94 
3.38 

57.33 
13.75 
20.62 
12.00 
20.14 

85.50 
24.00 
36.80 
12.48 
70.15 

39.48 
25.60 
11.97 
57.00 
15.00 

41.48 
16.45 
16.45 
32,00 
43.46 

39.30 
14.77 
7.27 
11.55 



13 65 
31 .51 

38 2Si 
45.75' 
25.20 

48.75 
3.20 
17.28 
14.70 
11.93 

13.20 

5.17 

1.13 

10,38 

18,28 



12,00 
37,50 
.38.25 
14. 10 
27 . 60I 



18.54 
21.44 
23.18 
21.13 
30 20 



-32- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






lores Cnltirated 


Aores Uncultivated 


General Property Assessments is 1910 


Slnjle Tai 
Exemptiona 
IMOTonld 
EaTS Been 


Single Tai 
Assessment 
IMOWonld 
Hare Been 


Actual Tax 

Paid fa 

1910 


Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

£are Been 


Name o{ Taxpayer 


Mo.ot 

iorea 


Assessment 
Per kon 


Mo. of 
Acres 


Assessment 
Per Acre 


On Land 


Buildings t 
Personal 
Property 

$ » 


Total 
Assessment 


Harrison, E. B 

Hartahom, H. G 


* 
33.17 
14.50 
35 
41.50 

38.08 
17 
1.50 

* 

60 
34 
20 

3 

5 

5 

8.10 

9 


$ 

69.94 
68.96 
55,00 
67.45 

53.86 
50.00 
133.33 


80 

None 
None 

33.50 

10 

8.75 
72.50 

1.50 

2 
20 

20 

6.50 
60 
11.50 

None 

None 

None 

I 

10.11 

5 

82 
20 

8.70 
30 

8,51 

32 
40 
33 
40 
120 

40 
40 
14 
131,26 
40 

10 

24 
40 

None 
10 

80 
85 

56. 9C 
10 

52 

79 
320 

46.25 
149.69 

60 

10 

98.50 
120 

111.70 
9 

8 
83 

7 
44 
65.03 

88.70 

37 

19.30 

40.50 

32 

I 

7 

13 

160 

.80 

160 
10 
34 


$ 20,00 
25,02 
30,00 
14.90 
15.00 

13.71 
10.34 
80.00 
80.00 
1.00 

20.00 
18.50 
12.00 
40.43 
155,00 

175,00 
154,93 
200,00 
197.80 
30.00 

19.51 
22.50 
,34.60 
20.00 
29,40 

3,12 
5,00 
3,03 
4.50 
2.50 

25.00 
45.00 
50.00 
7.61 
18.00 

20.00 

25.00 

7.50 

200.00 

10.00 

7.00 

8.23 

40.06 

20.00 

31.92 

9.90 

6,25 

18,3.S 

13.,% 

20.00 

20.00 
13.80 
8.00 
12.53 
16.66 

17.50 
11.44 
17.15 
14.77 
30.00 

9.97 
7,29 
7,70 
7,90 
10,00 

30,00 
28,57 
30,00 
5.00 
75.00 

6.00 
30.00 
13.97 


$ 1,600 
2.320 
1,000 
2,425 
2,950 

2,210 

1,600 

320 

160 

20 

3,400 
1,870 
1,920 
510 
1,500 

1,500 
2,400 
2,900 
2,000 
150 

2,590 
450 
1,800 
3,900 
1,250 

210 
200 
275 
180 
300 

1,000 
1,800 

700 
1,200 

720 

650 
950 
900 
20u 
1,000 

560 
1,100 
2,280 

200 
3,535 

800 
2,000 
3,350 
3,100 
2,350 

725 
3,720 

960 
2,150 

150 

140 

3,950 

420 

910 

8,950 

1,285 
570 

9.50 
320 
320 

30 

400 

1,155 

800 

60 

960 
650 

2,275 


S 1,600 
2,320 
1,225 
3,200 
3,815 

2,410 

2,275 

320 

.160 

20 

4,930 
2,020 
2,045 
510 
1,900 

1,500 
2,400 
3,125 
2,200 
150 

2,890 
450 
2,145 
4,595 
1,250 

355 
200 
320 
, • 180 
300 

1,000 
1,800 

700 
1,250 

720 

650 
950 

1,100 
450 

1,000 

560 
1,460 
2,300 

275 
3,950 

800 
2,000 

3,985 
3,515 
2,350 

1,010 
4,565 

960 
2,150 

ISO 

140 

4,125 

420 

1,010 

9,400 

1,385 
770 

1,420 
320 
320 

80 

500 

1,485 

800 

60 

960 
650 

2,275 
2,000 
1,100 

500 
400 
4,380 
200 
110 

3,645 
2,365 
2,500 
1,810 
t non 


$ 

1,490 

790 

2,180 

3,045 

1,770 

1,350 

80 


$ 1,600 

830 

435 

1,020 

770 

640 
925 
240 
160 
20 

1,600 
750 
960 
435 

775 

875 
1,255 
2,000 
2,000 

150 

1,950 
450 
785 

1,600 
600 

120 
200 
120 
180 
300 

1,000 
1,800 

700 
1,075 

720 

380 
775 
450 
100 
400 

S60 
825 

2,280 
200 

2,455 

780 
2,000 
1,770 
2,280 
1,600 

400 

1,980 

960 

1,585 
150 

140 

1,635 

125 

735 

4,950 

985 
330 
320 
320 
320 

30 
285 
660 
800 

60 

960 

400 

1,035 


$ 24.00 
34.80 
18.37 
67.19 
80.13 

50.61 

65.13 

8.16 

4.08 

.33 

73.95 
30.30 
51.12 
10.77 
50.35 

24.00 
63.60 
82.80 
58.30 
2.25 

46.82 

7.29 

49.33 

73.52 
18.75 

8.88 
5.00 
7.99 
4.14 
6.90 

21.00 
36.00 
17.50 
24.37 
16.56 

9.75 
14.25 
29.15 
14.63 
26.50 

11.76 
38.69 
36.80 
4.12 
59.26 

16.00 
50.00 
66,49 
61.51 
35.25 

IS. IS 
71.16 
21,12 
36.55 

2.S5 

2.38 

70.13 

7.14 

17.17 

141.00 

20.77 

13.86 

21.30 

4.80 

5.76 

1.20 

8.24 

29.71 

20.00 

1.53 

19.20 
9.75 
34.12 
65.00 
29.15 

7.50 

14.60 

65.70 

3.50 

1.93 

54.67 
47.29 
55.00 
36.20 
18,00 


$ 37.09 
19.24 


Hartshorn, H. G 


225 
775 
865 

200 
675 


10.08 


Harless, Alice & B. F 

Harless, J.V 


39.84 
30.08 

25.00 


Harkenrider, F.J 

Harper, Alex & L. K 


52.43 
9. OS 


Harper, \lex & L. K 


* 
* 

1,530 
150 
125 


6.03 








.50 




.50.06 
51.50 
60,00 
53.34 
300.00 

300.00 
296.29 
300.00 


3,330 
1,270 
1,085 
75 
1,125 

625 
1,145 
1,125 

200 


37.10 


Harnack, Cha.s. & Emma,., 


17.39 

38.85 


Hartman, Michael 


14.23 


Harvey, N.B 

Harvey, N. B 


400 


35.44 
21.38 


Harvey, N. B 




S7.40 


Harvey, N.B 

Hardy, Nathan B 


225 
200 

* 

300 

* 

345 
695 


91. 4S 
91.48 


Harvey, B. F. & E. C 

Hardesty, Mary C 


* 

18 
* 
14 
50 
12 

6 

7 

* 
* 

» 
* 
* 

to 

» 

9 

7 
20 

.5( 
30 

* 
15 




3.48 


55.00 


940 


48.71 
11.24 


HartneU, R. K 

Bartneii, VV. & E 

HartneU, H. M 


107. H 
66. OC 
83.33 

18.33 


1,360 

2,995 

650 

235 


26.43 
39.91 
13.91 


Harders, Theo 


145 

* 

45 
* 
« 

* 
* 
* 

50 

* 


4.36 


Harders. Theo 


7.27 




25, OC 


200 


4.36 




5.85 








9.75 








34.58 


Harding, Geo. A 

Harding, Geo. A.- 






57.15 






26.31 


20. OC 


175 


31.6* 




26.0!> 




SO.OC 
SO.OC 
30. OC 
400. Ot 
30. OC 


270 
175 
650 
350 
600 


8.81 


Hartzler Marv "E 




17.96 


Harrington, M. E 

Harrington, Joseph 

Harrington, M. E 

Harrington, Amos 

Harrington, \mos 

Hassler. A. P 


200 
250 


19.08 
6. 58 
16.96 


360 
20 

75 
415 


22.4!> 


26.6: 


635 

20 

75 

1.495 

20 


34.9a 
56.87 


Hasnrock J B 






4.64 


Haaselbrink, Louis 


25 

1 
* 

SO 
21 
20 

10 

45 

He 

15 

* 

* 

60 

6 

6 

100 

10 

8 
22 

* 
* 


75, OC 
30. OC 


56.90 
24.00 


Hfttfh MA 


* 
635 
415 


62.92 


Hatler J. H 


50. OC 
52.3? 
57. 5C 

52. 5C 
52.4! 


2,215 

1,235 

750 

610 

2,585 


48.80. 


Hatton, J. J. & Mary E.. . . 
Hat+rm Frank 


63.34 
37.09 




285 
845 

* 


9.27 


Hatton, Chas. & Owen 


49.26 
31.00 




50. OC 


565 


43.70 




* 

* 
175 


4.14 








3.86 




50 

50.00 
43.33 
70.0(1 

40. WS 
37.50 
36.37 


2,490 
295 
275 

4,450 

400 

440 

1,100 


45.08 


HniTirh f^ht=>1v 


3.45 




100 
450 

100 

200 
470 

* 
* 

50 
100 
330 

* 
* 

* 


20.27 


Hau&er, W. E 


114.75 
22.83 




9 34 




! 7.42 




7.42 


Haughlum, Synneva 

FTn vpnq D 






9.06 


50 
215 

825 

250 

1,240 

2,000 

500 


.7fl> 


Hawk, S. .T. Mrs 

Hawai-th, L. M 


3 
9 

* 
* 

* 
10 
40 


66.66 
85.00 


7.11 
21.13 
25.16 






2.26 






33.00 




35.00 
45.00 


9.27 


Hawley B. C 


' ■ " i'.ooo 

500 

* 
* 


23.99* 












1.63 

19 

3.80 
69.45 
5 

2.26 

None 
1.12 
60 
30.89 

None 


368.98 

26.31 
105.25 
20.00 
20.00 
15.48 

20.08 
98.20 
12.50 
9.71 
1? on 


600 

500 

400 

4,380 

100 

35 

3,445 
1,710 
2,350 
1,200 
nnn 


600 

500 

400 

2,325 

100 

35 

1,065 
895 

1,250 
495 

27.5 


27.44 


Hawthorne, R. L 

Hayes, Mary L 


* 

* 

46.77 




ll.S9> 


■■■ 63192 




19.03 


100 
75 

2.580 
1,470 
1,250 
1,315 

77 B 


53.89^ 




100 

75 

200 
655 
150 
610 
inn 


2.8» 








.97 




53.23 
8 
40 
20 
15 


64,71 
200.00 
40.00 
45.00 
60.00 


24.«!l> 




26.42 


Haynes, F. D... 

Hayden J M 


47.92 
19.23 


Havden! Huirh & Mniid.. . . 


6.09' 



—33- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



H&me of Taipajer 



icres CuliiTated 



No. of 
AcreB 



issessment 
Per Aor« 



lores UncuItiTated 



No. of 
Acres 



AsBessmeat 
Per Acre 



General Property AssesBments in 1910 



On Land 



Baildings Sc 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 ¥onld 
Have Been 



Single Tdx 
ABsessment 
1910 Would 
Have Seen 



IctMlT- T« for 1910 
""* EHeBeen 



Hayner, T. H. &E. A.... 
Hayner, Lafayette & L. A 

Haylett, Geo. & Marv 

Hayward, A. O. & If. L... 
Hayerly , Ben 



Hazelwood, J. J 

Heggi.a, Elizabeth A 

Hesdale, Olat F. & Mary.. 

Hehn, John 

Hein, Hattie H 



Heia, Peter P.... 
Heislei-, Chas.. . . 
Heineman, H. E. 
Heinrich, John . . 
Heinrich, .lohn . . 



Heilman, Fred... 
Heiple, Noah F.. . 
Heiple, Edgar R.. 
Heiple, Edgar E... 
Heiple, Grover C., 

Heiple, Pimon E.. 

Heiple, Mary 

Heinz, John 

Heinz, Chas. A... 
Heinz, Wm 



Heidina:er, Mina G., 
Heideniann, Fred.. 
Heath, Maggie M... 

Heater, Peter 

Heater, Wm. C 



Heater, Florence O 

Heater, Florence O 

Heacock, A. L. & P. U... 

Heaeock, Nettie tfe P 

Heck, Frank & Mary E.. 

Hedges, J. E. (Trustee).. 

Hedges & Griffith 

Hedges & Griffith 

HedQ:es, Joseph 

Hedin, N.G 



Hedin, N.G 

Hederman, David 

Heft, John 

Hi;ld, Fred'k (Plpirs) . 
Held, Fredrich 



Held, Wm 

Held, Anna. . . 

Heller, M 

Helvey, G. W.. 
Helvey, B. J... 



Helvey, J. T. & E. C. 
Helnier, Inkernian . . . , 

Helmer, I 

Hellberg, Wm 

Hellberff, Wm 



Helliwell, Wm 

Welliwell, Wm 

Heltterson, Henry 

Helgerson, Henry tfe B. A. 
Helgerson, Berton A 



Herarich, Michael 

Hemrich, Anna M 

Hendry, Alice L 

Henrv, Chas. W 

Henry, Robt. W 



Henke, Gustav. . 
Henke, Guata^■. . 
Henkes, M. & M.. 
Hundee, Bros.. . . 
Henttiorn, W. D. 



Henderson, A. S 

Henderson, W.T 

Henderson, W. T 

Hemlerson, Chas. C 

Henderson, Geo. & Sarah 

Henderson, W. T. & A. S. 

Henderson, Jas. I 

Henrici, Henry & Effie. . . 
Henrici, Fred & Henry. . . 
Henrici, M.-E. & F 



Henninizsen, Hans 

Henicksman, J. M 

Hendricks, Nels C 

Hendricks, Frank 

Henriksen. H 



20 

2 
2 



.13 



30 
35 



1.75 



20 



40 
40 

55 

* 

65 

55 
70 
30 
18 
30 

9 
20 

2 
25 
17 



16 
16 
4 
3 



20 

I 

28 
2 

30 
3 

3 
32 
40 



; 45.00 

60.00 

300.00 

190.00 

50.00 

.See C.A. 

' "soioo 

40.00 
55.00 

40.00 
57.14 
See J.H 
65.00 
81.25 

40.00 
55.50 
54.91 



10 



.50 

II 
16 
20 

* 

25 

44 

* 

I .40 
4.37 



54.23 

54.91 
60 00 
55.00 
60.00 
45.00 

40.00 
60.00 
50.00 
50.00 
50.00 



60.00 
60.00 
50.00 
50.00 



250.00 



35.00 

40.00 
60.00 
45.00 
65.00 
65.00 

25.00 
25.00 
52 . 50 



100.00 
100.00 



71.66 
60.00 
55.00 



30 



50.00 
55.00 



490.58 



20.00 
20 00 
20.00 
60.00 
150.00 

20.00 
62.50 
80.00 



80.00 
50.00 



35.71 
128.14 
40 (10 



49.90 

8.75 
None 
None 
55 

Hall 

6.58 
20 
85 
45 

62 
1.50 

Cirelli & 
52 
20 

70 

98.73 
96.48 
13.02 
115.8 

124.79 
150 

10.30 

32 

40 

36.92 

60 

13 

65 

31.25 

38.03 
28 
14 
16 

75 

3.50 
6.51 

83.55 

75 

90.50 

99 
12 

38 
14 

7 

37 
48 
12 
60 
33 

100 
200 

40 
332 . 88 

45.12 

25 

2.21 
22 
40 
22 

20 

40 

15 

120 

78 

65 

8.43 
40 

None 
10 

69.90 

33 

105 

5 

..50 

115.70 
24 
38.06 
40 
20.49 

36 
12 

None 

None 

55 



8.02 

22.85 

200.00 

190.00 

20.00 



30.39 
50.00 
10.00 
22.22 

7.98 

33.33 

. Gerson 

20.00 

20.00 

12.00 
18.23 
20.00 
20.00 
20.03 

19.87 
15.10 
21.35 
25.00 
15.00 

16.25 
15.00 
25.00 
20.00 
20.00 

26.29 
30.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 

35.71 
130.47 
29.92 
21.34 
7.03 

10.00 
30.00 
9.22 
30.00 
25.00 

4.32 
5.00 
15.00 
9.16 
7.81 

10.00 
10.00 
50.00 
10.00 
15.07 

48.00 
45.24 
25.00 
25.00 
25.00 

30.00 
20.00 
20.00 
14.16 
6.92 

20.00 
20.00 
17.50 
200.00 
30.00 

4.79 

5.00 

6.00 

25.00 

80 

6.00 
20.83 
14.73 
12.50 
14.15 

20.00 
54.16 
25.00 
40.04 

7.45 



1 ,300 

320 

600 

25 

2,350 



200 
3,400 
2,250 
1,275 

1,215 
150 



2,340 
1,050 

2,.I40 
4,000 
4,950 
260 
5,945 

5,505 
6.600 
1.770 
1,180 
1,950 

960 
2.100 

425 
2,550 
1,475 

1.000 
1,800 
1,240 
520 
1,650 

125 
1,150 
2,500 
1,600 
1,400 

430 
2.040 

440 
2,370 

345 

235 
1 ,0.40 

2,280 
550 
550 

1.000 
2,000 
2,000 
3.320 
1,18b 

I 700 
300 
550 

1.000 
550 

2,7.50 
1,400 

850 
1,700 

600 

3,050 
1,005 

700 
5,500 

300 

495 
305 
930 
2,225 
115 

915 

1,500 

2,160 

500 

2,300 

2,920 

650 

SO 

560 

1.400 



450 

70 

310 



ISO 



780 
300 
100 

100 

8S 



2.50 
170 

600 

400 

1,325 

* 

465 

1,040 
200 
760 
490 

475 

300 
245 

25 

785; 

445 



490 

380 

20 



1,750 

390 

910 

25 

2,500 



200 
4,180 
2.SS0 
1,375 

1,315 
235 



100 



SO.i 
340 
390 

200 
200 



400, 

425 

70, 

125 



,180, 



605 
295 
375 



275 
445 



655 



SOS 
ISO 
815 
155 



ISO 

875 

100 

640 

305 
100 

455 



1,190$ 
145 
510 



1,680 

1,350 

265 

67S 
125 



2,590 
1,220 

3,040 
4,400 
6,275 
260 
6,410 

6,545 
6,8C0 
2,5.30 

2,370 
2.425 

1,260 

2,345 

450 

3,335' 
1,920 

1. 000 
2.290 
1,620, 
540i 
1,650, 

I2S:, 
1. 350 
2,500 
1,600 

1,400, 

935 

2,380 
830, 

2,570 
S4S 

235 

1,440 

2.705 

620 

675 

1 .000 , 
2,000, 
2.000 
3,320 . 
2.360 

I 700 
340 
550;. 

1.000;. 
550. 

3. 355 
16.95 
1,225 
1,700. 
600 

3,325 
1.450 

700. 
6.155 

300. 

495 

810 

1,080 

3,040 

270 

915 
1,6.50 
3,035 

500. 
2,400 

3.560 
650. 
.?SS 
660 

',855 



1,150 
660 

1.720 
1.870 
3.245 



2.790 

2.975 
3,340 
1.670 
1,120 
1,375 

515 

1,145 

75 

1,535 

955 



970 

1,020 

140 

90 



210 



560 

345 

400 

25 

1,600 



200 
2,500 
1,200 
1,110 

640 
110 



560 

535 
1. 180 

460 
1,250 

295 

6S 
1,040 
1 ,925 

70 
365 



1,530 



360 
ISO 



,855 
695 
725 



45 



1,325 
960 



3,925 



120 
610 
360 
2,040 
190 

155 

820 

2,165 



1.720 
1,960 



320 

485 

1.260 



38.50$ 

7.65 

14.56 

.58 

3,750 



6.00 

75.24 
67.58 
20.63 

23.68 
3.S2 



I,44U 
560 

1,320 
3,.530 
3,030 
260 
3.620 

3,570 
3,460 
860 
1,250 
1,050 

745 
1,200 

375 
I ,.S00 

965 

1,000 

1 ,320 

600 

400 

1,560 

125 
1 ,040| 
2,S00| 
l,60Ui 

840 

400 
1 ,200 

370 
1,320 

2S0 

170 
400 

780 
550 
310 

1,000 
2,000 
2,00C 
3,320 
830 

1,440 
l"0 
550 

I.OOO 
550 

1,500 

1,000 

500 

1.70C 

555 

2.00C 
490 
70C 

2,23C 
30C 

375 

200 

7211 

1,000 

80 

760 
830 
870 
500 
680 

1.600 

650 

35 

1 75 

595 



51.80 
24.40 

60.80 
70.40 

100.40 
4.16 

102.56 

104.71 
108.80 
37.95 
35. SS 
36.37 

20.79 
35.65 
7.65 
50.02 
28.80 

17.50 

44.85 

27.54 

9.18 

24.75 

2.24 
40.62 
37.50 
28.00 
21.00 

14.03 
40.46 
12.45 
38.55 
14.17 

5.87 
36.00 
59.51 

9.30 
10.13 

15.00 
40.00 
35.00 
53.12 
37.76 

35.70 
7.14 
8.25 

15.00 
8.25 

93.93 
39.66 

18.38 

30.94 

9.00 

69.91 

21.76 

11.90 

144.64 

9.00 

8.90 
14.57 
19.44 
45.59 

9.86 

16.48 
33.00 
48.56 
8.00 
38.40 

60.52 

9.75 

8.88 

12. .54 

33. »8 



—34- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






lores Oaltmted 


Aores TJncultmted 


General Property Assessments in 1910 


Single Tai 
Jliemptions 
1910 Tonld 
Havt Been 


Single Tai 
Assessment 
1910 Would 
EaTO Been 


Actual Tai 

Paid for 

1910 


Tai for 1910 

Under Single 

Tai 'Would 

lave Been 


Name of Taxpayer 


So. of 
lens 


Assessment 
Per Aere 


Mo. of 
Acres 


Assessment 
Per Acre 


On Land 


Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
Assessment 




25 
35 
70 

68 
* 

15 

IS 

2 

3 

3 

20 

13 

12 


R 40.00 
40.00 
60.71 
58.00 


55 

5 

63 

13 

160 
5 
15 
3 

None 

None 

60 

4 
40 
28 
40 
10 

34 
56 
120 
48.60 
61 .24 

None 
86 
18 
75 
23 

34.15 

20 

60 

27 

3.50 
None 
10.52 
6 
26.95 

None 
68 
67 

12.56 
19 

35 
80 

4.75 
21.40 
None 

None 

40 

10 

None 

157 

55 
None 
None 

3 

10 

32 

34.89 

78.09 

28 

98.10 

140 
42.07 
50 
19 

48 

42 

34 

10.83 

SI 

10.46 

14 

9 

1 
40 
76 

33 

None 
31.50 

i 
80 

None 
None 
None 

69 

13 


S 7.45 

10.00 

25.00 

18.75 

5.00 

40.00 

40.00 

11.65 

155.00 

155.00 

19.06 

27.50 
15.00 
10.71 
15.00 
14.00 

20.00 
20.00 
16.66 
20.00 
11.50 

10.00 
12.00 
20.00 
12.00 
12.60 

15.00 

24.60 

5.00 

<>.]{ 

20.00 

64.28 
60 00 
33.76 
60.00 
18.55 

40.00 
7 94 
7.91 
9.95 

10.53 

17.14 
5.00 
10.53 
10.04 
25.00 

200.00 

5.00 

20.00 

51.00 

5.35 

16.00 

700.00 

200.00 

10.00 

12.00 

12.50 
12.18 
12 49 
42.85 
14.27 

25.00 
15.00 
20.00 
20.00 
25 00 

25.00 
14.71 
23.00 
17.64 
23.90 

10.00 
20.00 
15.00 
16.00 
30.00 

33.33 
20.00 
17.46 
100.00 
10.00 

166:06 

200.00 

12.00 

23.07 


S 1 ,400 

1,450 

5,825 

4,225 

800 

1,800 

2,200 

125 

900 

900 

2,140 

805 
600 
780 
600 
740 

1,005 
2,370 
3,500 
1,570 
1,950 

1,260 
1,660 
1,460 
3,025 
2,855 

15 

1,675 

100 

550 

1,240 

385 
600 
625 
2,660 
SOO 

600 
840 

2,120 
525 

3,200 

1,625 

400 

50 

1,015 

1,200 

250 
200 
200 
1,800 
900 

1,880 
200 
400 
230 
620 

800 
2,025 
1,225 
1,950 
2,200 

6,525 
1,170 
2,050 
380 
1,310 

1,490 
785 
250 

2,000 
300 

390 

240 

IS 

640 

2,520 

1,000 

65 

1,800 

1,360 

800 

125 
2,000 

150 
1,345 
1,800 


$ 455 


$ 1 855 

1,450 

6,750 

4,525 

800 

1,925 

2,585 

275 

975 

970 

2,875 

1,150 
600 

1,080 
840 
890 

1,005 
2,685 
3,500 
1,620 
2,100 

1,850 
1,810 
1.795 

2,275 
2,855 

15 

1 955 

100 

550 

1,315 

385 
600 
815 
2,685 
500 

1,240 
890 

2,460 
525 

3,950 

2,290 

400 

50 

1,315 

1,500 

250 
200 
200 
1,825 
900 

1,920 
550 
625 
395 
620 

800 
2,325 
1,225 
1,950 

2,555 

6,825 
1,495 
2,325 
855 
1,360 

1,490 

1,155 

250 

2,360 

325 

390 

280 

15 

640 

2,520 

1,000 

265 

1,850 

1,360 

800 

575 
2,450 

550 
1,655 
2.110 


$ 1,260 
1 ,050 
3,425 
3,025 


$ 595 
400 

3,325 

1,500 
SOO 
800 

1,200 

60 

465 

465 

1,520 

380 
600 
430 
600 
310 

800 
1,600 
2,500 
1,210 
1,045 

280 
1,200 

800 
1,200 
1,005 

15 

1,215 

100 

550 

800 

325 
330 
415 
1.680 
500 

185 
635 
950 
245 
830 

80S 
400 
SO 
415 
500 

60 
200 
200 
900 

855 

1,280 

135 

200 

70 

240 

500 

815 

1,040 

1,500 

1,570 

4,875 
780 

1,400 
380 

1,250 

1,250 
590 
250 

1,350 
375 

200 

300 

IS 

640 

2,400 

1,000 

20 

985 

700 

800 

125 
1,015 
150 
960 
690 


$ .13.38 
26.10 
114.75 
76.92 
18.80 
28.87 
38.78 
5.68 
25.85 
25.56 
56.77 

17.24 
10.80 
19.44 
14.34 
14.24 

17.08 
40,27 
52.50 
24.30 
42.00 

36.38 
36.20 
27.82 
45, 50 
57.09 

.30 

31.16 

2.50 

13.75 

19.72 

8.85 
13.80 
17.11 
66.22 
11.00 

23.56 
13.35 
52.74 
11.03 
59.25 

50.38 
10.00 
1.00 
26.31 
39.00 

8.13 
5 00 
3.40 
41.98 
13.50 

32.64 
9.90 

20.30 
9.87 

15.50 

20.00 
58.12 
30.63 
29.25 
44.72 

102.37 
22.42 
34.87 
13.83 
20.40 

22.35 
26.56 

5.35 
54.69 

6.83 

11 .70 

4.30 

.27 

14.72 

37.80 

15.00 
5.83 
40.70 
31.96 
16.80 

15.33 
61.25 
8.25 
41.37 
41.65 


$ 16 S3 


Henriksenj H 


11.11 




925 
300 

* 

125 
385 
ISO 
75 
70 
735 

345 

300 
240 
150 


86 49 




39 12 


Heudricksen, R. t^r R 


27 02 


Hendricksen, John 

Hendrickson, Benj 

Hendershott, C. W 


106.67 
106.67 

45.00 
300.00 
300.00 

50.00 

55.00 


1,135 

1,385 

215 

510 

505 

1,355 

770 


18.54 

27.82 

2.28 

21 27 


Hepp, Jos. & Catherine 


31.27 
45 17 




8 81 


Herz, Alhina 


16,99 




40.00 


650 
240 
580 

205 
1,085 
1,000 

410 
1,055 

1,570 

610 

995 

1,075 

1,850 


13 18 


Herz, Adolph 


15.52 


I-Ierdt, Anna 


12 

6 

24 
30 
12 
30 

28 
14 
22 

25 
57 

* 

15 

* 

* 

13 

1 .50 
5.50 
7 
22 

* 

4 60 
12 
53 
12 
60 

25 

20 
20 

30 

* 

* 

18 

3 

25 
.19 

1 

4 
10 

8 
32 

5 

7 
12 

55 
10 
20 


50 00 

54.16 
52.08 
50.00 
50.00 
41.65 

45. OO 
45.00 
50.00 
45.0(1 
45.00 


7.83 
20.86 




315 


37.09 


Herald, David & Rov 


57. 9S 


Herron, Louis M. <fe D. C... 
Herman. C, W 


SO 
150 

590 
150 
335 

250 


28.05 

35.74 


Herman, C. "W 


9.58 


Herman, Carey S. & 1. M . 


41.05 
19.32 


Herman, Emily J 


41.05 
34.38 


Herman, W. P 


280 
* 

75 


.52 


Herzig, Samuel 


55. OC 


740 


30.47 


Hershner, A. F 


3.42 


Hershner, A. F 






18.78 




53. 9C 

106. 6« 
109. 2y 
53.53 
110.9C 


515 

60 

270 

400 

1,005 


18.54 




10.94 


Herrintiton, L. G. & D. J. . 




11.11 


Hess, S. B 


190 

25 

* 

640 

50 

340 


19.51 




60 47 


Hessian, W. A 


19.17 


Heskett, C. W. & S. J 

Hettman Fred H. 


130.43 
25. OC 
30. OC 
33.33 
50. OC 

50. OC 


1,055 
255 

1,510 
280 

3,120 

1,485 


5.53 
14.72 


Hettman, Edward & E 

Hettman, Edward & E 


32.25 
8.47 




750 

665 

* 

* 
300 
300 

* 
25 


19.24 


Heuke, Louisa & Fred 


30.86 
13.65 








1.72 




40. OC 
60. OC 

833. 3S 


900 
1,000 

190 


14.27 


Hewitt, Henry J. & C. E. 


23.52 
3.95 


Heylman, F. L 


6.30 








5.22 


Hibbard, Geo. A 


100. OC 
20. OC 

40. OC 

1,052. IC 

400. OC 

50. OC 
50.00 

50.00 
50.00 
50.00 
107.14 
66.66 

55. OO 
54.00 
52.50 


925 

45 

640 
415 
425 
325 
380 

300 
1,510 

185 
450 
985 

1,950 
715 
925 
475 
110 

240 
565 


30.39 


Hicks, Jas. S 


19.82 


Hickey, Wra. J 

Hickman, J. R. & F. M.. . . 
Hickman, C. T 


40 
350 
225 
165 


33.13 
4.35 
13.17 


Hickman Ruth 


2.83 




9.71 


Hicinbotham, Geo. .. . 


20.24 


Hicinbotham, Geo 


300 


32. 9S 
42.09 


Hicinbotham, Mary J 

Hiddleson, W. B. 


355 

300 
325 

275 

475 

SO 


34.77 
42.67 


Higgs. A. K 

Higgins, S. A 

Hilton, Wilhelminnie 

Hilton, Wilhelminnie 


113.00 

18.08 

32.50 

8.81 


Hilton, WilhelmiuQio 

Hilton Carl 


2 

8 
6 

20* 

6 
1 

* 

4 

* 

25 
6 

* 

.14 
10.16 

.75 
11 
17 


55. OO 

55.00 
47.50 


28.97 

28.97 


Hilton, Frank A. 


370 

* 

360 

35 


21 .39 




8.67 


Hilton, F. H 


55.00 
50.00 

41.66 
60.00 


1,110 
50 

190 

80 


58.80 


Hilton, A. A 


9.53 


,' / 


12.25 


Hilligas, S. E. Mr^...; 

Hillyard, Jos. B 


40 

* 
* 


4 64 
.43 


HiUyard. J B 




23.96 


Hillyard, Stella M 

Hillyard, Matilda C 

Hilleary, Henry & Louise. . 


60.00 


120 


S5.63 


200 

50 


23.18 


65.00 

50.00 

210.00 


245 
865 
660 

450 

1,435 

400 

695 

1.420 


.76 
37.76 


Hiller John 1^ 


24.66 


Hildebram', A, Rcv,„ 


* 

450 
450 
400 
310 
310 


23.73 


Hildebrand Geo . G 




5.71 




196.86 

200.00 

46.82 

88.23 


38.15 




3.48 


Hinkle, Elijah 

Hinsep. ", P. & A 


38.85 
21.901 



-35— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Tupajtr 



Hinman, Anna M... 
Hinderlie, Edward. 

Hinrick, W 

Hinea, A. M 

Hinmers, Geo. F... 



Hite, J. A 

Hite, D.J 

Hitchman, Verna 

Hitchman, Walter 

Hitchman, Walter & M 



Hitchman, Albert. . . , . 

Hively, Geo , 

Hively, Geo. M 

Hively, Geo. M 

Hively, G. M. & J. A. 



Hjatt, J.W 

Hjelsing, P 

Hoare, liffie 

Hobba, A. A 

HobsoQ, J. (Trustee). 



Hobble, A. J. & M.. 

Hobart, J. W 

Hobart, J.W 

Hobart, Edwin 

Hobkirk, Peter 



Hoch, E 

Hodge, A. J.... 
Hodgea, C. A... 
Hodgea, D. G.. 
Hodgea, W.D., 



Hodgkins, Addie C, 

Hodson, C.W 

Hodson, Thos 

Hodgson, F. W 

Hoel, O. F 

Hocsley, H. (Heirs). 
Hoesley, Barbara. . . 

Hoerner, Fred 

Hoellring, D. W 

Hoff, Chaa. (Heira) . . 



Hofstrand, Anna Belle. 

Hoffman, Ludwig E 

Hoffman, Berta E 

Hoffman, C. G 

Hoffman, John 



Hoffman, George... . 
Hoffman, Mary J.. . . 

Hoffman, J. N 

Hoffman, Elizabeth. 
Hoffman, F. A 



Hofstetter, G. W. &H., 
Hoffmeiater, Henry . . . . 

Hoffmeiater, J. H 

Hoffmeiater, Heinrich . . 
Hoffmeiater, Fred. : 



Hogue, C. P 

Hogue, M. B. &E. M 

Honman, C. L 

HoUes, C. E 

Holt,B.F 



Holm, J. & H 

Holland, Willis N. & A.. 
Holmea, E. S. & Ida M.. 

Holmea, Chaa 

Holmes, Mary Louiae... 



Holmea, Mary Louise 

Holmes, R. O 

Holmes, John & Aug. C 

Holat, Peter M 

Holden, C. Oacar 



Holden, L. G 

HoWen, L. G 

HoUis, Chas. E 

Hollia, Chaa. E 

Hollia, Geo 



Holman, G. J. & A. B 

Holman, W. C 

Holman, R. C 

Holman, Chaa 

Holman, Fred V 



HoUaday, Ben & Co... . 
Holladay, Ben & Co.. . . 

Holatrom, Angella 

Holatein, G. N. S 

HnlnomV^. S. E 



icTOB GultlTatflct 



Ko.of 
icrei 



AflsflSBment 
Per Acre 



20 



$ 60.00 



20 
3.34 



.47 



14 



6.35 
30 

35 

25 

* 

20 
33 

70 
23 
10 
22 
10 



25 
25 
30 



13.30 

24 

* 

10 
16 



50 



15 
30 



130.00 



200.00 



40.00 
40.00 



83.34 
60.00 



50.00 
299.40 



110.00 



40.00 



200.00 



50.00 
50.00 



60.00 



65.00 



200.00 



20.00 



250.00 
250.00 



53.55 



40.00 



50.00 
46.66 



30,00 
55.00 



60.00 
60.00 

30.00 
60.00 
60.00 
40.00 
40.00 



46.00 
40,00 
30.00 



165.42 



37.50 



20.00 



50.00 



60.00 
300.00 



45.00 



60.00 
40.00 



Acres Uncaltivated 



5o. of 
Acres 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



Geneial Property Assessments in 1910 



On land 



Bnildings Sl 
Personal 
Propert y 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonld 
EaTO Been 



20.00 
25 

5 

4.69 
12.50 

8 

26.26 
.30 
24.4 

7 

60 

None 
67.39 
7.66 

None 

34 

3.10 

14,75 

320 

4.10 

.25 
33.16 
10.35 
52 
42.10 

8 
15.64 

44.40 

None 

1.92 

3.03 
1.60 
40 
197 
106 

2 

None 

80 

40 

10.78 

152.69 

28 

40 

None 

70 

125 

55 

40 

16 
145.20 

97.50 
95 
30 
176.64 
30 

160 
560 

40 

80 
I 

55 
59 
90 

34.15 
5.25 

None 

20 

10 

136 

40 

7 

80 

4 

5.80 
6 

None 
12.63 
86.77 

no 

80 

80 
149.91 
124.25 

15 

10 



20,00$ 
20.00 

100.00 
64.40 

100.00 

13.12 
11.42 
50.00 
40.90 
25.00 

20.00 

299.40 

13.36 

15.67 



33.52 

16.13 

10.25 

3.75 

146.34 

100.00 

21.71 

16.42 

21.92 

9. SO 

5.00 
14.06 
14.64 
25.00 
78.12 

100.00 

100.00 

5.00 

9.64 

11.32 

125.00 
125.00 

16,00 
8.00 

25.04 

10,47 
8,92 
12.25 
30,00 
20.00 

7.20 
15.00 
15.00 
20.00 
20.66 

9.23 
20.00 
20.00 
10.00 
10.00 

5,00 
6,00 

20,00 
6.00 

50.00 

10.00 
11.86 
10.00 
20.50 
171.47 

165.42 
50.00 
130.00 

5.88 
10.00 

3.57 

3.75 

20.00 

23.33 

16.66 

200.00 
11,87 
10,94 
10.00 
7.50 

75.00 
66.66 
19.95 
13.33 
35 . 00 



1,600$ 
500 

1,150. 
300 

3,450 

590 

380 

15 

1,250 

415 

2,200 

1,000 

900 

120 

300 



1,800 
500 
350 

1,200 
600 

425 
720 
470 
1,540 
400 

400 
820 
650 
325 

150! 

30o! 
1,760| 

200 
l,900i 
1,480 

2,750 

1,500 

1,280 

320 

645 

1,600 

330 

. SOO 

320 

2,800 

1,950 
2,200 
600 
1.520 
4,980 

3,000 
3,280 
1,200 
2,660 
700 

800 

3,360 

800 

480 

50 

1,700 

1,700 

1,800 

700 

900 

2,200 
1,000 
1,300 
1,700 
400 

450 
300 
880 
140 
160 

300 
150 
950 
3,350 
600 

6,000 

10,000 

3,380 

1,400 

3.50 



300$ 
120 



300 

270 
165 
40 
270 
210 



860 



200 

25 



315 
265 



325 



1,180 



ISO 
SO 



200 
50 

25 

995 
475 

400 
480 



400 



595 
365 



265 
305 



120 

150 

50 

230 



150 

S70 

400 

SO 
85 
10 

325 
200 



SO 
345 



1 ,900 $ 
620 

1,150 
300. 

3,750 

860 

S4S 

55 

1,520 

625 

2,200 

1,000 

900 

120 

1,160 

2,000 
525 
350 

1,200 
600 

740 
985 
470 
1,865 
400 

400 
2,000 
6S0 
475 
200 

300 
1,760 

200 
1,900 
1,480 

2,750 

1,700 

1,280 

320 

695 

1,600 

35S 

SOO 

1,315 

3,275 

2,350 
2,680 
600 
1,520 
5,380 

3,S9S 
3,645 
1,200 
2,925 
1,005 

800 
3,360 
800 
480 
170 

1,850 

1,750 

2,030 

700 

900 

2,350 
1,000 
1,300 
2,270 
400 

850 
300 
930 
225 
170 

625 
ISO 
950 
3,550 
600 

6,000 

10,000 

3,430 

1,745 

350 



,100$ 
120 
150 



1,400 

600 
225 
40 
400 
350 

600 



860 

660 
25 
150 



515 
265 
200 
550 



1,640 



350 
SO 



800 



125 



1,250 
950 



250 



90 



1,125 
1,275 



1,200 
1,480 



800 
1,695 

2,050 

1,285 

400 

935 

605 



120 

1,050 
725 
830 



150 



1,330 



565 



530 

85 
SS 

425 



1,950 



645 
I.I4S 



Single Tax 



1910 ¥onld 
lave Been 



800 
500 

1,000 
300 

2,350 

260 

320 

15 

1,120 

275 

1,600 

1,000 

900 

120 

300 

1,340 
500 
200 

1,200 
600 

225 
720 
270 
1,315 
400 

400 
360 
650 
125 
ISO 

300 

960 

200 

1,900 

1,355 

1,500 
750 

1,280 
320 
445 

1,600 
265 
SOO 
190 

2,000 

1,150 

1,200 

600 

720 

3,685 

1,545 
2,360 

800 
1,990 

400 

800 

3,360 

800 

480 

50 

800 

1 ,025 

1,200 

700 

900 

2,200 

1,000 

1,300 

940 

400 

285 
300 
400 
140 

lis 

200 
150 
950 
1,600 
600 

6,000 
10,000 

2,785 
600 
350 



Actoal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



50$ 



28 

9.30 
17.25 

6.00 
88.12 

12.90 

9.81 

.82 

27.88 

10.93 

22.00 
26.50 
13.50 
1.80 
28.90 

31.00 
10.51 

7.00 
25.22 

9.00 

13.32 
15.76 

7.99 
29.84 

6.20 

6,00 
32.00 

9.75 
12.35 

4.00 

5.04 
41.36 

4.40 
57.00 
34.04 

72.87 
45.05 
25.60 
8.00 
11.82 

32.00 

8.16 

9.10 

19.72 

49.13 

35.25 
40.20 
9.00 
24,32 
80.70 

53.92 
61.97 
20,40 
47,60 
17.09 

20.00 

50.40 

16.00 

9.60 

3.06 

40.70 
26.25 
35.53 
10.50 
29. 2S 

44.65 
18.90 
19.50 
40.86 
8.40 

14.11 
4.98 

13.95 
3.37 
2.89 

14.70 
2.25 
19.95 
63.90 
12.00 

186.00 

308.90 

51.45 

28.79 

8,05 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Wodd 

Hare Been 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






Icras Cnlti-rattd 


Acrts UnonltiraUd 


Stnonl Pnptrtj Issassmtnts in 1910 


Singltna 
Iiemptioni 
lOlOtonld 
Ea7« Boon 


Single Tax 
Assessment 
igiOVonld 
EaTt Been 


Aetna] Tai 

Paid for 

1910 


Tai for 1910 

DMerSingU 

Tai Todd 

lara Bhb 


Vuue of Taxpajar 


Io.»f 

iorei 


lS8fl88D191lt 

Person 


No. or 
lent 


isseismeiit 
Per Aoro 


On Land 


Buildings & 
Ftrsonal 
Property 


Iot»l 
liseaamtnt 


Hqlcomb, R. B 


7.50 

* 
* 

7 

.75 

27 

8 

40 

24 

38 
2.70 

* 

35 
9 

6 

* 

28 
24 

4 

8 
30 
72 


$ 106.67 


3.50 
5 

2.93 
5 
98.91 

None 
29.50 
12 
40 
.86 

30.32 
None 
1.49 
289.34 
10 

54.50 

9.40 

None 

15.15 

40.76 

72 
50 
73.31 


$ 35.11 
35.00 
30.72 
35.00 
20.00 

65.00 
24.75 
16.66 
17.50 
100.00 

14.54 

120.00 

33.55 

5.00 

20.00 

24.31 

127.66 

41.78 

10.00 

4.90 

4.16 
4.00 
10.98 


$ 925 

175 

90 

175 

2,385 

50 

2,215 

520 

2,700 

5,935 

2,425 

600 

50 

2,145 
650 

1,655 
1,200 
1,540 
1,110 

280 

460 

700 

5,125 


$ 365 

* 

* 

* 

200 

425 
250 
100 
700 
965 

560 


$ 1,290 

175 

90 

175 

2,585 

475 
2,465 

620 
3,400 
6,900 

2,985 

600 

50 

2,445 
650 

1,795 
1,200 

1,825 

'77s 

3,100 

1,500 

3,950 

800 

600 

3,180 

805 

1,620 

4,290 

590 

665 
4,005 
2,500 
5,490 
3,750 

605 
1,200 
1,315 

600 
1,000 

650 
100 

2,500 
300 

4,050 

1,200 
440 
ISO 
660 

3.200 

945 
5,500 

950 
1,000 
2.400 

470 

2,640 

1,215 

800 

900 

1,850 
4,850 

315 
1,200 

450 

1,590 
880 

2,430 
600 
720 

595 

1,525 

2,035 

60 

2,615 

3,590 

3,325 

70 

160 

105 


$ 905 


$ 385 

175 

90 

175 

2,120 

50 

1,395 

335 

1,600 

2,485 

1,015 

325 

50 

1,620 
380 

1,475 

1,200 

700 

390 

220 

330 

320 

1,595 

■ ■ ■ ■ V.iM 

1,125 

1,500 

1,200 

800 

600 

1,500 
225 
530 

2,135 
250 

530 
1,600 

625 
2,575 
1,800 

180 
1,200 
1,165 

435 
1,000 

510 
100 

2,500 
150 

3,155 

615 
350 
150 

250 
795 

120 
1,600 

830 
1,000 
2,400 

400 
1,200 
660 
670 
900 

1,675 

2,895 

200 

915 

400 

390 
400 
880 
600 
720 

400 
1,075 

380 

60 

1,805 

1,655 

1,200 

70 

90 

40l 


$ 29.67 

4.02 

2.07 

4.02 

38.77 

12.34 
41.90 
15.50 
52.70 
137.99 

74.63 
12.00 

1.50 
63.57 

9.75 

26.93 
43.80 
27.37 
22.20 
17.53 

8.74 
14.70 
80.77 
13.94 
33.55 

46.50 
24.00 
59.25 
12.00 
12.60 

62.70 
12.08 
24.30 
64.35 
8.85 

9.97 
60.07 
38.76 
82.35 
99.38 

15.10 
24.00 
21.69 
12.00 
21.00 

10.73 
3.25 

81.25 
7.20 

70.87 

24.00 

7.92 

2.70 

11.88 

62.10 

20.79 
121.00 
14.25 
16.60 
60.00 

8.93 
39.60 
19.43 
12.80 
14.85 

30.53 
80.02 

5.20 
20.40 

7.65 

27.03 
23.76 
46.17 
12.60 
11.52 

17.85 
30.68 
34.60 
1.50 
65.87 

53.85 

56.52 

1.19 

2.72 
2.09 


* '2. 95 
S.89 


Holcomb, R. B 


Holcomb, A. E 






3 03 


Holcomb, A. E 


""si'.as 

65.00 
66.00 
40.00 
50.00 
243.75 

52.00 
222.30 

"26 '.66 
50.00 

55.00 




5.87 


Holooinbt Diana 


465 

425 
1,070 

285 
1,800 
4,415 

1,970 
275 


49 14 


Holtzman, K 


2 35 


Holzman, Fred 


38 19 


Holbrook, A. E 


13 44 


HoBjnaun, Henry 


38 64 


Hollowell. J. M 


73 36 


Home Security Inv. Co 

Honebon, J. J. 


41.08 
9.59 


* 
300 


3.45 




825 
270 

320 


52 72 


Handrick, Chris J 


8.81 


Hondrick. M. A D 


140 

* 

285 


34.19 


Honeyman, Wm. B 


57.10 


Hooley, M. S. & F 


55.66 
40.00 
40.00 

20.00 
16.66 
60.00 


1,125 
720 
615 

130 

380 

3,790 

775 
925 

1,975 

■ ■ ■ ■ 2,756 


16 23 


Hopkina, F. D 


13.41 




555 


8 84 




9.54 


Homer, David 




12.86 


Horger, August 


260 

775 
635 

600 

300 

* 

* 

640 
400 
420 
740 
100 

SO 

780 

230 

500 

1,950 

275 

• 


36.97 


Horton, Geo, F 






12 

48 

70 

* 
* 

32 

6 

20 

50 

8 

3 
50 
35 
79 

3 

4.5C 

5 

5 

* 

4 

* 


40.00 
41.67 


68 

38.50 

30 

50 

80 

40 

43 

3 

7.90 
30 

2 

17 
30 
13 
8.50 

None 

2.27 
120 
52.50 
55 
40 

31 

2 
11 

1.50 
79 

None 
5.50 
2.20 

None 
23 

12.20 

60 

127.08 
140.87 
160 

77 

40 

54.50 

53.50 

63 

146.94 
133.80 

12.53 

70 

20 

13.85 
24.52 

2 
120 
32 

36 

77 

18.50 
5 
118.04 

76.84 

45.17 

3.55 

7.60 

None 


16.02 

12.98 
50.00 
10.00 
10.00 
15.00 

20.00 
25.00 
19.00 
26.66 
25.00 

26.50 
20.00 
13.07 
29.41 
600.00 

24.00 
10.00 
20.28 
7.27 
25.00 

14.51 

50.00 

227.20 

100.00 

30.37 

120.00 
43.45 
68.18 
50.00 
10.87 

10.00 
10.00 
6.29 
7.10 
15.00 

5.00 
15.00 
11.94 
12.05 
14.28 

10.89 
14.94 
15.96 
11.42 
20.00 

10.10 
9.82 

40.00 
5.00 

22.50 

10.00 
12.34 
8.18 
12.00 
13.58 

20.00 
13.28 
19.72 
11.84 
40.50 


1,576 

2,500 

1,500 

3,650 

800 

600 

2,540 

405 

1,200 

3,550 

490 

615 

3.225 
2.270 
4,990 
1,800 

330 
1,200 
1,315 

550 
1,000 

600 
100 

2,500 
150 

3,900 

1,200 
440 
150 
440 

2.500 

120 
5,100 

900 
1,000 
2.400 

445 
2,200 
690 
725 
900 

1,850 
4,500 

200 
1,150 

400 

1,140 

880 

2,280 

600 

720 

520 

1,300 

1,500 

60 

2,200 

1,820 

2,850 

70 

90 

90 


33. li 




26.08 


Homschuch, E. W 


37.41 


Homschuch, E. W 

Homscliuch, Arthur B 


45.00 


27.82 
18.54 


Hosli^Ss Hiram 






17.80 


Hoatetler, LeviJr 

Hostetler, liCvi Sr 


52.50 
55.00 
52.50 
55.00 
55.00 

55.00 
52.50 
60.00 
60.00 
600.00 

60.00 


1,680 

580 

1,090 

2,155 

340 

135 
2,405 
1,875 
2,915 
1,950 

425 


34.80 
5.21 




12.29 


Hostetler, Enos 


49.49 


Hostetler, M. H 

Hostetler, Jos. C & Mary.. 
Hostetler, Jos. F. & E. A, . 


5.79 

12.29 
37.10 
15.10 


Houltt E 


59.69 


Housca:, W. T 


82.34 


Hougham, Mary F. Mrs 


8.47 
34.26 


Howe H & Dorothea... 


50.00 
30.00 


is6 

165 


29.31 




50 

* 

50 

* 

* 
150 
150 


12.93 




34.58 




37.50 


140 


13.15 


Howell, E. M., (Trustee) . . 
Howell E M 


6.58 






164.60 


Howell, E, M 




ISO 
895 

585 
90 


5.80 


Howell. E.M 

Hfwtrpll Chambers 


25 

5.14 

2.50 

5 
50 


60.00 

233.46 
80.00 


85.75 
18. L5 


HawpII Ti n ^ Hattie 




11.26 


HotvpU D C 


220 
700 

825 

400 

50 

* 
* 

25 
440 
525 

75 

* 


4.83 


H»weU, D. C 

Howell. P & W 


88.00 
45.00 


410 
2,405 

825 

3,900 

120 


8.04 
35.52 


H<»well, Carrol 


5.36 




100 

5 
* 
* 

3 
40 

2 

7 
60 


45.00 
20.00 


71.49 




19.24 


HnwnrH A i^ B 


24.86 


Howard, V. S. & D. B 

Howard, J. W 






87.17 


20 

40.00 
40.00 
40.00 


70 

1,440 

555 

130 


11.56 




27.82 




16.13 


Howard, F. T.. 


16.37 




23.20 


Howard, C.T 

Howard, C. T 


35.71 
41.66 


175 

1,955 

115 

285 

50 

1,200 

480 

1,550 


43.19 


350 
115 
50 
50 

450 


74.64 




5.16 




10 

25 
16 
20 

* 
* 

4 
10 

28 

* 

15 

6 

45 


■35.00 

40.00 
40.00 
110.00 


23.52 


Howkt.'G. K 

Hewlett, W. J 


10.43 
10.23 




15.75 


Howland, Alfred T 


150 

* 
* 

75 
225 
535 

* 

415 

1,770 
475 

* 

70 
IS 


26.30 
17.80 








17.90 




40.00 
35.00 
48.21 

'"46;66 

50.00 
50.00 


195 

450 

1,655 


22.67 


Huoer Peter 


37.18 




10.01 




2.43 




810 

1,935 
2,125 


73.51 


Hlikbard S J 


38.36 


Hubbard Clara M 


33.09 




1.93 


Hubbard Fred W 




70 
65 


2.49 


HuDbard. Marvin 


i 


90.66 


1.27 



-37— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taxpayer 



icres GnltiTated 



No, of 

icres 



Aores TTncultlTated 



No. of 

Acres Per Aore 



General Property AssesBments in 1910 



On Land 



BnildingG & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tai 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonld 
fiavf Been 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Wonld 
lare Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Tonid 

EaTe Beea 



Hubbard, Everett & Ida.. 
Hubbard, V. E. & Walter. 

Hubbard, Victor E 

Hubbard, L. C 

Huddle, M. & S. P 



Hudson, W. J.... 

Hudson, Wm 

Hughes, Melissa. . 
Hughes, Owen ... 
Hughes, Edward . 



20 

1 
30 
30 

35 

7 



7S.O0 
90.00 
90.00 
20.00 
SS.OO 

107.14 
35.71 



Hughes, Henry H.. 

Hughes, F. B 

Hughes, June 

Hughes, June 

Hughes, H. E 



60.00 
60.00 



100.00 



Hughes, ElUs & Phebo. 

Hughes, Claude 

Hughes, Clyde 

Hughes, Julia M 

Hugel, Adolf & Clara... 



Huggins, David . . . 
Huggias, Mary K.. 

Huitt, Wm. C 

Huiras, M. & A.. . 
Hult N.P 



60.00 
60.00 
53.34 

70.00 



300.00 



10 
30 

8 
32 

3 



15.00 

40.00 
40.00 
15.00 
55.00 
25.00 



Hult, N.P 

Hult Bros 

Hult, A. P 

Humphrey, Emily. 
Hunt, John 



Hunt, Arthur C. & Eva.. 

Hunt, Guy T 

Hunt, E. C 

Hunt, E. C 

Hunt, E. C 



5.50 
.50 



(Timber) 
150.00 
60.00 

60.00 
20.00 



20 



60.00 



Hunt, James A 

Hunt, H.W. (Heirs). 

Hunter, Sarah 

Hunter, A. & E. L.... 
Hunter, Lillian M.. . . 



90.00 
91.66 
90.00 



Hunter, C. P. & M. B., 

Hunter, Perry A 

Hunter, Perry A 

Hunter, Chas. R 

Hunter, Robert C 



Hunter, C. L. & J. E 

Huntley, W. A. (Trustee). 

Huntley Bros. Co 

Hungate, Major 

Hungate, Major 



Hungate, Major. . . 
Hungate, Nora A.. 

Hungate, M. S 

Hungate, Mary T... 
Hungate, Graham . 



15 
4 
I .50 



53.33 
62.50 
66.66 



40.00 



54.30 
50.00 



Hunton, E. P 

Hurley, Marv. F 

Hurlburt, J. J 

Hurst, 

Hurst, Bertha Sturgis. 



Hurst, I. S 

Huss, Max 

Huss, Max 

Husman, C. 1. 

Hutchins, F. .s. & E. V.. 



20.00 
20.00 



150.00 
120.00 



100.00 
40.00 



250.00 
60.00 



Hutchins, F. S. & E. V.., 
Hutchins, E. W.i- M... . 
Hutchins, R. A. & I. B... 

Huxley, T. E 

Huxley, T. E 



Hyatt, Ranson E.. 
Hyatt, Sarah A.. . 
Hyde, Edwin A.. . 

Hyde, B 

Hylton, J. W 



Hyland, L. W 

ladings, J. G 

Iddings. J. G 

Idding.'^, J. G 

Iderhoff, ,4. H. & A. & J., 



Her, Naomah E.. 

Her, John C 

Her, Naomah E.. 
Imel, Arabella. .. 

Jmpi, Tonhel 



60.00 
101.35 
40.00 



40 


00 


"26 


00 


SO 


(Id 


90 


00 



50.00 
50.00 
48.57 
65.00 



4 
45 
2.75 



50.00 
50.00 
45.45 

OR .^n 



None $ 
.65 
1.65 
46.90 
22 

5 
23.80 

1.06 
30 
15 

None 

5 

35 

110 

10 



24. 

2. 

4. 
45 
72 

10 
30 
32 
24 
156 

160 
80 



None 
2.27 

5 

140.35 
151.76 

40 

15.55 

7.50 

160 

.92 

2 
None 

80 

25 

6 

12.50 
80 

35 
92 

None 
80 
150 

10 

50 
157 

53 
219 

40 
40 
10 

None 

2 

2.50 
10 

4 
27 

7.70 
None 
None 

110 

ISO 

64 

1 

113 

13.87 

10 

25.60 
76 
30 
129.07 
81 

22.25 
36 

23.85 

None 



30.00$ 
38.38 
42.42 
4.70 
20.45 

50.00 

8.40 

141.50 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 
90.00 
13.70 
11.81 
20.00 

39.7 
233.46 
101.41 

22.22 
5.14 

10.00 
10.00 

5.00 
11.66 

7.05 

7.50 
7.50 



74.50 
30.84 

28.00 
4.99 
10.54 
10.00 
20.90 

7.33 

5.00 

32.61 

40.00 

40.00 

5.00 
20.00 
30.00 
30.00 

5.00 

13.00 
55.00 



6.00 
6.65 

12.00 
13.00 
2. 55 
5.00 
5.00 

20.00 
25.00 
30.00 
90.00 
20.00 

60.00 
20.00 
20.00 
175.00 
14.81 

1 5 . 58 
15.00 
101.35 
6. 
7.33 

12.50 
30.00 
4.42 
20.00 
45.00 

100.00 
17.10 
18.33 
16.28 
24.93 

20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
34.37 
.14 .n 



1,500 
115 
160 
820 

2,100 

4,000 

450 

150 

3,600 

3,000 

100 

450 

1,380 

1,800 

1,800 

1,240 

600 

1,100 

1,000 

490 

500 
1,500 

280 
2,040 
1,175 

1,200 
600 

1,000 
825 
100 

1,040 
980 

1,600 
400 

1,525 

55 

800 

120 

1,730 

180 

400 
1,300 
430 
475 
400 

655 

5,060 

100 

480 

1.300 

3,920 

2,150 

400 

365 

1,155 

800 

1,000 

300 

240 

30 

420 

130 

200 

1,700 

2,200 

120 

2,280 

75 

2,750 

1,100 

1,440 
30 

600 
1,020 

900 

2,560 
2,500 
1,050 
3,800 
4,490 

440 
920 
2,720 
125 
400 



375 
100 
140 
300 
515 

515 
75 
200 
460 
190 

950 



ISO 
150 



155 

215 
SO 

75 
250 
340 



950 



200 
210 



250 
300 



500 



80 
155 
295 
135 

170 
100 
505 
65- 



200 

420 

1,925 



600 



SO 
70 



100 

75 



750 

810 

735 
500 
870 



340 

460 

485 

50 



ISO 



200 

545 

330 
50 

450 
25 

100 



1,875 

21s 

300 

1,120 

2,615 

4,515 

525 

350 

4.060 

3,190 

1,050 
450 
1,380 
1.860 
1,900 

1,390 

750 

1,100 

1,000 

645 

7 
1,550 

355 
2,290 
1,515 

1,200 
1,550 
1,000 
1,025 
310 

1.290 
1.280 
1,600 
400 
2,025 

55 

880 

275 

2,025 

315 

570 
1,400 
935 
540 
400 

855 

5.060 

520 

480 

3.225 

3,920 

2,750 

400 

415 

1,225 

800 
1,000 
300 
340 
105 

420 

130 

200 

1.700 

2,950 

930 
3,015 

575 
3,620 
1,100 

1,780 

30 

1,060 

1,505 

950 

2,560 
2,650 
1,050 
4,000 
5,035 

770 
970 
3, 1 70 
ISO 
son 



1,275 
ISO 
185 
760 

1,550 

2,5 

265 

200 

2,460 

1,990 

1,030 



695 

660 

1,100 

270 
ISO 
400 



235 

515 
950 
155 
1,635 
395 



950 



615 

225 



730 
510 



1,280 



80 

315 

1.225 

235 

170 
600 
635 
120 



335 

"426 

2,160 

2,960 
1,710 



125 
115 



160 
100 



120 
40 



300 
2.105 

810 

2,445 

500 

2,530 



780 



540 
940 
275 



940 

315 

1,325 

2,075 

330 

170 

1.795 

25 

340 



600 
65 

lis 

360 
1,065 

2,000 

260 

ISO 

1 ,600 

1,200 

20 

450 

685 

1,200 

800 

1,120 
600 
700 

1,000 
410 

200 
600 
200 
655 
1.120 

1,200 
600 

1,000 
410 

85 

560 
770 
1,600 
400 
745 

55 
800 

60 
800 

80 

400 
800 
300 
420 
400 

520 

5,060 

100 

480 

1,065 

960 

1.040 

400 

290 

1,110 

800 

1,000 

300 

180 

5 

300 

90 

200 

1,400 

845 

120 

570 

75 

1,090 

1,100 

1,000 

30 

520 

565 

675 

2,560 
1,710 
735 
2,675 
2,960 

440 
800 
1,375 
125 
160 



61.25 

4.3 

6.00 

25.76 

57. S2 

115.13 

7.88 

7.00 

62.92 

49.45 

16.28 
11.47 
21.39 
29.76 
29.45 

25.02 
13.50 
19.80 
15.00 
12.90 

10.72 
23.25 
7.81 
39.84 
31.82 

27.60 
32.55 
21.00 
19.47 
9.30 

36.12 
33.28 
42.56 
10.64 
60 75 

I .16 
22.00 

7.02 

39.77 

6 00 

16.71 
39.20 
26.17 
15.12 
12.40 

12.83 
91.08 
10.92 
9.76 
65.70 

82.32 

57.75 

7.20 

7.56 

12.29 

12.00 
17.00 
5.25 
8.67 
2.73 

7.98 

2.60 

4.00 

57.95 

50.15 

15.81 
51.25 
8.63 
72.40 
27.50 

26,70 
.50 
15.90 
24.84 
14.25 

46.08 
42.40 
16.80 
64.00 
80.56 

1 1 55 

1 4 . 55 

47.55 

2.62 

.S 00 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



N&me of Taipa^sr 



ions Ooltmttd 



No. of 

iorei 



Lena TTnonltiTatod 



Ho. of 
lores 



Asseasment 
For A.oro 



1 I I 

Imel.J.S I * $ I 

Imel, Anna 4.06' 98.50 

Imel, Sol & Annie L 50 250 . 00; 

IngUsh, John 35 45.711 

Ingli-sh, T. Jay 15 50.00l 



Inglis, R. L 

Ingram, H. B 

Ingram, Geo 

Ingalla, W. E. it H. M.. 
Inlow, PLC 



Inman, Ida O... 
Inskeep, Minnie. 
Irish, Franlc. . . . 

Isish, John 

Irish, -Nettie 



Irvin, W. W.. 
Irvin, W. W., 
Irvin, W.W.. 
Ir\Tn, Franlc . 
Irvin, Frank. 



Irvin, John P.. . 

Irvin, W.S 

Irvin, W.W.... 
Irving Park ,\s.-^ 
Irving, Robert . . 



SS 

2 
60 

8' 

4 

4 
28 
19 

7.4 
12 



Irwin, Izetta B 

Irwin, Chiis. G 

Isham, C. K. & N. O.. 

Ives, S. B 

Ives, ±'. A 



Ivie, Will R 

Jack, J. E 

Jack, Barton 

Jack, Allen F 

.lack. Earl & M. .s.. 



Jack, Jennie 

Jacks. W. P. & Charity.. 

Jacobs, Clara 

.Jacobs, Clara 

Jacobs, Clara 



10 



.75 



25 

28 
25 



3 
9 
5 

90 



Jacobs, M. M. (Heirs) . . . . 

Jackson, N ina 

Jack-son, Rosa -A.. & E. W. 

Jackson, Hiram 

.lackson, ^lary A 



Jackson, Mary A 

Jackson, Caroline V 

Jackson, Caroline V 

Jackson, Andrew (Heirs). 
Jackson, G. W. Jr 



Jackson, G. W. Jr. 
Jackson, G. W. Jr.. 
Jackson, G. W, Jr.. 

James, Ira L 

James, Ira L 



James, Clara E 

James, Clara K 

Jackson, Edward . . . 
Jackson, J. *t M. E.. 
Jackson, Amy 



Jackson, Edith C 

Jackson, Gilbert 

Jackson, John B 

Jacques, Chester (Heirs) . . 
Jacobson, John C 



Jaeger, Gust 

.Taeger, J. C. & E. T 

Jaggar, Frank 

Jaggar, Frank (Trustee) . 
Jagmin, W 



Jahn, Geo. A 

Jakobson, Heimer. 

James, H. D 

James, J. H 

James. Sarah E 



James, John S 

Jamison, John & Rosa. 

Jantz, W. F 

Jansson, Erik 

Jannsen, A. M 



Janicke, Herman, 
.lanuare, Delia ... 

Jarl, R. E 

.larl, R. E 

Jarl, R. E 



.50 
I .22 
30 
16 

35 

* 

2!> 

* 

3.60 



1.68 
35 
90 



1.50 
5 

.25 



15 

18 

24 

6 

20 
SO 
100 

* 

16.50 



iO 

5 

17 

40 



35 
19.43 



.60 
.65 



&% 



55.00 
45.00 
50.00 
25.00 
37.50 

275.00 
42 . 50, 
40.00 

62.78' 
45.00 

50 00 



55.00 
40 00 



75.00 

300.00 
500.00 
130.43 
431.03 
60.00 

58.00 
SO. 00 
50.00 



50.00 

40.00 

200.00 



100.00 



25. 
None 
None 
125.50 

60.25 

43 
15.52 
2.03 
72 
16 

None 

12 

3 

None 

28 

62.43 

3 
21 
19.25 
20 

49.92 
160 
164.92 

280 
25 

None 
None 

S.50 
None 
135.81 

35 
35.48 
57.14 
5.88 
13.33 

17 
61 
17.03 

2 
73.90 



50.00 



48.00 



39.50 



45.00 
50.00 
50.00 



50.00 

50.00 

200.00 



31.65 
40.00 
60.00 
125.00 

65.00 
70.00 
SO. 00 



39.33 



50.00 
55.00 
23.52 
40.00 



65.00 
123.52 



30.00 



100.00 
192.30 



53.33 10 

300 00| None 

204.92 None 

51.001 73.05 

SO 00 64 



Improve 
40.00 



45 
II 
66 
40 

None 

38.42 
29 

.30.00 

62.50 

212.50 

4. SO 
2.50 
9.50 
24.68 

None 

II 

185 

99.82 

3.70 

19 

50 

37.50 
220 
105 

41.50 

9.52 
10 
20 
233 

None 

.92 
36.88 

None 
40 
69 

None 

None 

80 

ments 

19 



33.75 

34.37 

80.00 

9.96 

9.95 

23.25 
20.61 
19.70 
9.72 
10.00 

200.00 
12.50 
10.00 
24.96 
12.00 

19.25 
25.00 
23.09 
10.38 
15.00 

10.00 
S.62 
23.95 
45.00 
35.00 

IS5.00 
401.40 

81.8 
431.03 

25.81 

20.00 
15.21 
14.00 
20.41 
13 

17.64 
12.29 
88.07 
100.00 
27.01 

22.50 
80.00 
61.47 
20.00 
12.50 

20.00 
20.00 
25.00 
12.50 
20.00 

12.10 
20.00 
20.00 
19.84 
18.82 

15.55 
20.00 
20.00 
16.22 
200.00 

40.00 
7.60 
15.03 
16.21 
60.00 

25.00 
25.00 
27.27 
24.76 
6.02 

30.00 
17.50 
15.00 
6.43 
20.00 

21.74 

19.46 

60.00 

8.00 

5.07 

22.50 
192.30 
22.00 



1 1 . 58 



IjenonJ Property iBsessments in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Propert7_ 



Total 



850$ 



1,300' 
75 

1,035 
230 
300 



2,400 
355 
SIO 
125 

4,685 

2,150 

1,940 

2,050 

120 

175 



lOO 
ISO 
520, 
22S 

925 



445 
160 

385! 



235 



120 

ISO 



l.W 
530 



lOO 



960 
650' 
300^ 

150 



20 


* 


2.995 


100 


2,40C 


260 


3211 


15 


680 


295 


60 




125 


200 


1,760 


* 




l,60C 


iftli 


70 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 'Vonld 
EaTt Been 



850$ 

500 

275 

3,370 

1,575 



4,950 
410 

300 3,340 
20 920 
SO 360 



1,450 

1,400 

800 

510 

875 

1.325 

1. 325 

1,435 

385 

300 

500 
900 

4,280 
1 2,600 

2,400 

2,530 
605 
585 
125 

4,785 

2,595 

2,100 

2,435 

120 

250 

450 

1,345 

2,500 

200 

11,400 

2,075 

275 

325 

3,705 

1,600 



590 
2,405 
2,220 
1,600 
1,890 

3.510 
5,085 
11,300 
2,600 
1,015 

285 

725 

600 

2,000 

1,650 

20 

3,095 

2,660 

335 

975 

60 

325 

1,760 

1,600 

3.10 



340 

235 

1,770 

825 

2,670 
SO 

2,120 
145 
160 

650 
900 
580 
325 
395 

85 

1,250 

720 

180 



185 
1,666 



1,290 
320 
105 



785 

1,395 
1. 135 

1.285 



Single Tax 



1910 Wonld 
Have Been 



100 

485 
560 

6,976 

1,175 
235 
250 

1,645 
600 



2,650 
720 


1,050 


3,050 
.SOfl 


775 


260 
46 S 


190 


580 




675 
4,110 
8,650 

70 


40 
2,175 
2,955 


SO 




385 

700 

50 


165 
250 



ISO 
885 
450 
1,150 
390 

1,760 
2,900 

2,575 



665 



375 
225 
390 
850 



1,695 

1,495 

IS 

570 

45 
200 



1,600 
100 



8,50$ 

160 

40 

1,600 

750 

2,280 
360 

1,220 
775 
200 

800 
500 
220 
185 
480 

1,240 

75 

715 

205 

300 

500 

900 

4,095 

12,600 

1,400 

1,240 
285 
480 
125 

4,000 

1.200 
965 

1,150 
120 
175 

350 
860 

1,940 
200 

4,430 

900 

40 

75 

2,060 

1,000 

1,600 
220 

2,275 

500 

70 

465 

580 

635 

1,935 

5,695 

70 

SO 

220 

450 

SO 

440 
1,520 
1,770 

450 
1,500 

1,750 
2,185 
8,725 
2,600 
350 

285 
350 
375 
1,610 
800 

20 

1,400 

1,165 

320 

405 

IS 

125 

1,760 



2.W 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Siiiglt 

Tax Tonld 

Hato Boon 



14.88 
8. 75 
6.32 

74.14 

47.24 

85.81 

6.15 

50.10 

23.00 

5.40 

30.45 
26.50 
12.00 
7.65 
17.50 

21.85 

21.19 

22.96 

6.93 

5.40 

10.00 
23.40 
68.48 
207.90 
39.60 

66.96 
11.50 
21.35 
3.31 
71.78 

38.93 

35.70 

41.40 

2.04 

3.75 

7.65 
20.1 
45.00 

3.60 
205.20 

33: 62 
6.32 
10.56 
55.57 
25.60 

42.40 
3.52 

48.80 
8.00 
4.16 

7.43 

9.28 

10.80 

65.76 

138.40 

1.05 

.75 

6.17 

11.90, 

■1 
12.39 
46.90 
44.40 
24.00 
48.19 

52.65 
76.28 
169.50 
39.00 
22.34 

4.28 
12.32 
13.20 
42.60 
33.00 

.30 

46.43 

67.82 

7.04 

21.92 

1.56 
10.57 
35.20 
36.80 

5.61 



—39- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



lafflt of Taxpayer 



icreg CnltiTOted 



No, of 
ioroB 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



Aores UnooltiTated 



Mo. of 
Acres 



Per Acre 



General Fropertj Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



I Buildings i 

Personal 
I Property 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Wonid 
EaT* Been 



Single Tu 



1910 Would 
laTO Been 



ActnalTsr 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Toold 

EiTe Been 



Jarl, Joel 

Jarl, Christina A.. . 

Jarl, Ida P 

Jaater, Godfred . , . , 
Jayne, Hattie Mrs., 



60 



Jenkins, David E. & Sarah 6 

Jensen, Hans A 12 

Jensen, Hans T 3 

Jensen, Hans 32 

Jensen, J. J I 



Jennings, Wells S.. 
Jennings, Wm, B.. 
Jennings, John F.. 
Jennings, M. & W. 
Jepson, Hans 



Jerger, Dennis 

Jermulowske, Louis. 

Jesse, John S 

Jesse, Sarah E 

Jetzke, Wm 



ffewett, Georgia M 

Jochimsen, E. W 

Joerg, F. J. & J 

Joennke, Henning & Anna : 
Joehnke, Carl 



Joehnke, Anna . . 
Johnson, Victor. 
Johnson, Victor , 
Johnson, Victor. 
Johnson, Elof . , . 



Johnson, Benj. F 

Johnson, Chas 

Johnson, Tellef 

Johnson, C. J 

Johnson, C. J. & Emma.. 

Johnson, C. A 

Johnson, C. A 

Johnson, John & O 

Johnson, Mary (Heirs)... 
Johnson, John 



Johnson, Herman & Louisa 
Johnson, Fred'k L. & M... . 

Johnson, Andrew 

Johnson, A G, J E & C H 
Johnson, AG J E & C H. 



Johnson, Albert S 

Johnson, M. B 

Johnson, Alfred & Hilma. 
Johnson, Alfred & Hilma . 
Johnson, Carl J 



Johnson, Geo. W 

Johnson, Nels 

Johnson, Nils 

Johnson, Thos 

Johnson, Henry N ...... . 

Johnson, Henry N 

Johnson, J. H 

Johnson, J. H 

Johnson, J. H 

Johnson, J. H 

Johnson, J. H 

Johnson, J. H 

Johnson, R. E. & L. M... 

Johnson, Martin H 

Johnson, Herbert 



Johnson, A. N 

Johnson, A. N 

Johnson, I, W 

Johnson, Amy, Miss. 
Johnson, Peter T 



oohnson, Amos 

Johnson, Frank O. & Ida. 

•Johnson, Anna 

Johnson, Julius S 

Johnson, Jasuer J 



Johnson, Tideman. 

Johnson, Ole 

.Tones, Sarah 

Jones, Ida M 

Jones, Ida M 



Jones, .Tesse B.. 

Jonss, S. W 

Jones, .John Wk. 



1.50 
15 
3 
1 
6 

28 

* 

30 

22 

4 



8 
SS 
18 
10 

2 

7 

1 

25 

30 



23 



15 



20 

39 
7 

S.39 
1.49 

.25 

2 
31.72 

8 
25 



.25 



30 



40.00 
40.00 



65.00 



133.33 
50.00 
55.00 
55.00 

300,00 

200.00 

200.00 

200 

60.00 

25.00 

40.00 



52.50 
52,25 
95,00 



20.00 
50.00 
100.00 
110.00 

112.50 
30.00 
40.00 
40.00 
58,33 

25,00 



37.50 



65.00 
60.00 



60.00 



15.55 



20.00 



75.06 
75.00 
53,33 

72.22 



60.00 
80.00 



25,00 
100.00 
100.00 
102.04 

33.55 

600,00 
105.00 
89.84 
55.00 
55.00 



200.00 
70.00 
60.00 

23.30 
100.00 
20,00 
20.00 



300.00 
50.00 



40.00 
40.00 



50$ 



69, 

148 
41 
10 

78 

1.95 

7,75 

26,55 

53,92 

1,1 

2.52 
6 
6 
6.05 
34 

122 

41.84 

15 

51.12 

2 

40 
72 
145 
13.76 

None 

None 
33 
19 
15 
70 

18 
160 
155 

40 
3 

40 
32 
10 
63 
15 

37 
30 
31 
120 

25 

2 

2 
16 

34.50 
37 

22 

40 

25 

13.29 

37.44 

57 

37.75 

8,25 

None 
None 

None 

3.17 
None 
32 
104 

15.54 
10 

None 

39 

2 

37 

None 

40 

28 

.53 

1 

21.70 

8.69 

80 

48 

21.66 
40 

40 



7,19$ 
10,54 

6.09 
20,00 

6,41 

41.02 
21,88 
24,85 
24,60 
157.60 

100.00 
100.00 
100 00 
33.06 
5,00 

9.83 
19.60 
21.00 
20,54 
50,00 

12,00 
5,00 
20,00 
36,33 
40.00 

45,00 
7.87 
11.58 
13.33 
15.00 

9.45 
5.00 
5.16 
4,50 
150,00 

5.00 

9,37 

25,00 

25,00 

20.00 

18.92 
25.00 
3.87 
5.00 
5.00 

90.00 
75.00 
30.00 
30.00 
25.67 

34.09 
10.00 
30.00 
39.87 
5,34 

3.51 
48.38 
50.30 
102.04 
33,55 

600,00 
78,83 
40.00 
20.00 
19.23 

19.94 
20,00 
60,00 
14,35 
25,00 



9.45 

50,00 

5,00 

5,00 



175,00 

20.00 

25.88 

7.50 

10.00 

11.54 
5.00 
5.00 



900$ 
2,040 

250 
4,100 

500 

880 
775 
825 
3,085 
475 

550 

3,600 

1,200 

260 

320 

2,320 
820 

1,890 

2,200 
480 

480 

520 
5,650 
2,300 
1,100 

225 

470 

260 
1,200 
2,800 

220 
800 
990 
180 
450 

200 

600 

250 
2,225 
1,800 

2,080 
750 
250 
600 
425 

180 

150 

780 
3,135 
1,110 

2,050 

400 
1,650 
1,010 

200 

700 
5,725 
1,115 

550 
50 

150 

460 
2,850 
1,080 
3,375 

310 

200 

SO 

1,190 

950 

420 
2,500 
1,000 

380 
40 

7,625 

720 

225 

600 
1,680 

450 
200 
200 



150$ 
370 



780 



275 
150 
225 
670 
1,000 



100 

230 

40 



455 
670 



375 
380 



380 



70 

1,025 

280 

ISO 

175 

* 

SO 
360 



300 

435 

20 

ISO 



410 
180 

230 

340 
100 
220 

100 
600 
100 



390 
285 
235 
680 



230 
100 
50 

255 
SOO 
200 
100 



SO 

50 

210 



1,050$ 
2,410 

250 
4,880 

500 



1,155 
925 
1,050 
3,755 
1,475 

550 

3,700 

1,430 

300 

330 

2,775 

820 

2,560 

2,200 

855 

480 

900 

5,650 

2,680 

1,100 

225 

470 

330 

2,225 

3,080 

370 
800 
1,165 
180 
SOO 

200 

960 

250 

2,225 

2,100 

2,515 
750 
270 
600 
575 

180 

ISO 

780 

3,545 

1,290 

2,280 

400 

1,990 

1,110 

420 

800 
6,325 
1,215 

550 
SO 

150 

850 

3,135 

1,315 

4,055 

310 

200 

280 

1,290 

1,000 

67S 
3,000 
1,200 

480 
40 

7,625 
720 
275 
600 

1,730 

660 
200 
200 



480$ 
725 



3,480 



830 

490 

310 

1,640 

1,145 

150 

1.600 

530 

65 

130 

1,300 



1,615 
700 
555 



500 
1,650 
1,525 

700 

135 

155 

100 

1,690 

1,580 

180 



340 



50 



585 



400 
1,300 

1,380 

lis 

"375 



180 

1,670 

265 

920 



790 
340 
220 

530 

2,490 

450 



445 
1,865 

SIS 
1,575 



26S 
605 

575 

295 

1,750 

800 

280 



2,375 
180 
50 



950 
355 



570$ 
1,685 

250 
1,400 

SOO 



325 
435 
740 
2,115 
330 

400 
2,100 
900 
235 
200 

1,475 
820 
945 

1,500 
300 

480 

400 

4,000 

1,155 

400 

90 

315 

230 

535 

1,500 

190 

800 
825 
180 
450 

200 
375 
250 
1,825 
800 

1,135 
750 
ISS 
600 
200 

ISO 
150 
600 

1,875 
1,025 

1,360 
400 

1,200 
770 
200 

270 

3,835 

76S 

550 

50 

1.50 
405 

1,270 
800 

2,480 

310 

200 

IS 

685 

425 

380 

1,250 

400 

200 

40 

5,250 
540 
225 
600 
780 

305 
200 
200 



24.15 
55.43 

6,25 
78.08 

7.50 

21.94 
13.87 
15.75 
60.83 
29.49 

9.24 
62.16 

24.02 
4.80 
8.25 

63.81 
16.40 
40.96 
35.20 
21.37 

7.20 
18.90 
84.75 
40.20 
16.50 

3.37 
10.81 

5.61 
33.38 
46.20 

8.14 
20.80 
17.48 

4.14 
10.00 

5.00 
22.08 

4.25 
33.38 
35.70 

42.76 
12.75 
6.21 
11.40 
11.50 

4.S9 

3.83 

11.70 

53.18 

19.35 

74.59 
10.00 
49.75 
21.65 
10.50 

20.00 

136. 1 

24.29 

14.58 

1,32 

3.98 
19.55 
62,03 
19.72 
81.11 

9.30 

6.00 

6.44 

32.25 

20.00 

14,84 

57,00 

30.00 

8.64 

1.20 

122.00 

11.88 

4.13 

15.00 

31.14 

9,90 
4.601 
4,60 



—40- 



Clackamas 


County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






lores Onltirated 


Acres Unonltrnted 


(Seueral Propartj Assessments in 1910 


Single Tax 
liemptions 
1910 Vould 
EaT« Been 


Single Tax 
Assessment 
i910Wonld 
EaTO Been 


i^c.iT., Tax for mo 


Nania of TaipajAr 


Ko.of 
icroB 


Lsstssment 
Per Acre 


Ho. of 
Aores 


Asaesement 
Per Acre 


On Land 


BuUdinga i 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
Assessment 


Jones, Daniel J 


15 i 
|.50 

1 
.50 

* 

65 
10 


> 50.00 
80.00 

roo.oo 

100.00 
50.00 


90 i 
Noae 
7 
None 

17.50 

80 

40 
232 

70 
8.23 

15.79 
10.79 
132 
40 
64 

53.33 

62.93 

85 

80 

30.77 

None 
40.43 
80 
160 
116 

92.53 
115.92 

33 

80 
360 

132 

149.67 
6 

42.50 

None 

103.18 
177.50 
62.50 

5 
134 

60 

5.12 
54 
34 
35 

80 

I 
68.27 
25.18 

4.30 

30 
12 
60 
80 
32 

35 
39 
77 
270 
80 

145 
120 

70 

38 

65 

13 

28 

None 

.90 

1 

25 

2.20 

None 

44 

159 

45 
20 
40 

None 
40 

10 
4 

None 
8 
6 


. 20.00 
60.00 
57.14 
60.00 
15.14 

23.75 
15.00 
10.00 
24.28 
74.25 

38.00 
19.92 
10.61 
35.00 
14.84 

5.62 
9.53 
11.76 
15.00 
11.23 

150.00 

24.73 

23.75 

15.00 

8.62 

20.75 
14.88 
15.15 
11.25 
11.11 

10.61 

24.98 
10.00 
10.58 
15.00 

39.93 
19.12 
20.0c 
20.0c 
3.09 

4.0c 
19.53 
17.5/ 
10. 2« 
17. U 

20 00 
120.0c 
16. 8S 
33.75 
46.53 

27. OC 
20.0c 
20.00 
22. 5C 
14. OC 

20.0c 
6.41 
10. OC 
12.37 
12.00 

17.24 
11. 6< 
10.28 
7.89 
10.00 

15.38 
20.00 
25.00 
55.56 
60.00 

18.00 
56.82 
70.00 
15.90 

7.55 

26.66 
20.00 
14.00 
14.00 
14.00 

14.00 
40.00 
15.00 
18.75 
60.00 


i 2,550 j 

200 

1,200 

100 

290 

1,900 

600 

6,055 

2,200 

600 

1,150 
930 
2,700 
1,400 
1,950 

300 

600 

1,900 

1,200 

1,030 

250 
1,200 
3,150 
2,400 
1,180 

2,820 
1,725 
2,300 
900 
4,000 

2,700 
6,740 

220 
1 850 

150 

4,120 

7,500 

1,250 

100 

495 

240 
100 

1,750 
710 

3,100 

6,400 
320 

2,250 
850 
400 

1,360 

640 

2,400 

1,800 

810 

1,950 
350 
850 

3,690 
960 

2,950 
1,400 
1,120 
380 
1,250 

480 
560 
165 
1,050 
910 

1,950 
1,975 
200 
2,700 
1,200 

2,100 

2,050 

560 

400 

560 

1,740 
240 

1,800 
600 
3661 


iso 


$ 2,550 

200 

1,350 

100 

325 

1,900 

600 

6,305 

2,200 

850 

1,200 
930 
2,800 
1,400 
2,200 

300 

600 

2,5.TO 

1,200 

1,270 

450 
1,300 
3,350 
2,400 
1,265 

4,100 

1,725 
2,425 


» 450 

50 

495 

40 

50 


$ 2,100 

150 

855 

60 

275 

1,900 

600 

2,970 

1,940 

600 

830 

435 

1,695 

1,400 

1,320 

300 

6O0 

1,235 

1,200 

550 

150 
1,100 
24.95 
2,400 
1,035 

2,295 
1,725 
1,180 
900 
4,000 

1,695 

5,240 

100 

820 

45 

4,120 

5,080 

1,250 

100 

430 

240 
100 

1,300 
400 

1,370 

3,200 
240 

1,520 
850 
295 

1,080 

400 

1,600 

1,800 

560 

1,200 
250 
790 

3,465 
960 

2,760 

1,400 

820 

315 

800 

305 
560 
75 
440 
380 

900 

805 

70 

1,255 

1,200 

1,600 

1,000 

560 

140 

560 

700 
200 
600 
335 
360 


$ 38.68 

3.50 

23.62 

1.80 

5.52 

34.20 

9.30 

126.09 

33.00 

17.00 

24.00 
18.48 
43.40 
21.00 
33.00 

5.46 

9.00 

37.95 

18.60 

19.05 

10.57 
19.50 
50.25 
43.68 
19.60 

65.60 
36.23 
36.37 
19.80 
74.00 

43.40 
104.10 

4.84 
55.35 

4.25 

81.79 

122.40 

20.00 

1.60 

12.00 

14.74 
1.50 
29.85 
12.48 
55.64 

100.75 
16.06 
45.31 

14.88 
7.00 

27.50 
10.80 
42.37 
27.90 
25.29 

47.52 
4.50 
28.98 
78.87 
14.40 

46.36 
92.00 
40,60 
21.04 
33.81 

11.90 
8.40 
25.84 
26,78 
40.25 

40.50 
55.47 
6.90 
54.91 
30.00 

36.55 

39.10 

8.40 

6.00 

8.40 

39.45 

6.63 

27.00 

17.63 

8.28 


$ 49.36 




4.08 


Jones, Henriettu 


23.24 


Jones, David P 


1.93 


Jones, John A. & Emma Z 


35 

* 
* 
250 


7.17 
52.67 


Jones, Robert 0.. 




" " 3,335 
260 
250 

370 

495 

1,105 


14.49 


Jones", Robert 


57.46 
50.00 


71.72 


Jones, J. M 


44.97 




250 
50 


17.71 


Jones, W. W 

Jones, E. M 


« 
11 

28 

25 

« 

* 

20 

IS 

I 

4 

25 

« 

4 

18 

* 

45 
* 

* 

28 
60 

4 
35 

3 


91.67 
65.00 
46.43 

'"'■46:66 


26.57 
15.30 




166 

* 
250 

* 
* 

630 

* 

240 

200 
100 
200 

85 

1,280 

* 

125 

* 
* 

lOO 
2O0 


40.95 


Jones, M. E 


32.45 


Jonen, A. L. & C. E 

Jones, A. L. & C. E 


880 


30.60 
8.04 


Jones, H. W 


""4S!66 

""44:67 

250.00 
50.00 
50.00 

"'45:66 

50.00 

46:66 




13.91 


Jones, Wm. H. & K 


1,295 


28.63 
28.98 


Jones, David E. Jr 


720 

300 
200 

855 


12.75 
5.29 


Jones, Wm, E 

Jones. Wm E 


25.50 
57.93 




64.39 




230 
1,805 


24.99 


Jones, L.N 

Jones W N 


57.26 
69.39 


Jones. W. H. & M. M 

Jones, Cyrus (Heirs)... . . . . 


1,245 


27.35 
29.64 




4,000 

2,800 
6,940 

220 
2,050 

250 

4,420 

7,650 

1,250 

100 

545 

670 
100 

1,990 
780 

3,590 

6,500 
440 

2,665 
850 
400 

1,735 
720 
2,825 
1,800 
1,265 

2,970 

250 

1,260 

3,690 

960 

3,050 
4,000 
1,765 
915 
1,470 

700 

560 

1,520 

1,050 

1,750 

2,700 
2,175 
300 
3,230 
1,200 

2,150 

2,300 

560 

400 

560 

2,630 

340 

1,800 

1,175 

360 




110.54 


46.43 
50.00 
40.00 
40.00 
50.00 


1,105 
1,700 

i,i!§ 

205 

300 
2,570 


40.93 


Jones, Humphrey (Heira).. 


121.46 
4.47 


Jones N .T 


200 
100 

3O0 
150 

* 
* 
50 

430 

* 

240 

70 

490 

lOO 
120 
41S 

* 


30.51 




1.24 




141.78 




80 

* 
* 
6 


50.00 


126.74 




31. le 






lis 

430 


2.50 


Jones, J. F. & Agnes 


13.33 


13.27 






7.40 


Jonea, App D 


* 
20 

6 
45 

80 
1 

22 

* 

2 

10 

8 
20 

* 

8 

25 

* 

2 
10 

IS 


46:6e 

60. OC 

55.56 

60.00 

200.0c 

50.00 

"i66:6o 

55. 00 
50.00 

60.00 

45:60 

50.00 

""46:60 

35.00 


2.32 


690 

380 

2,220 

3,300 

200 

1,145 


30.13 




9.97 


Jones, J.^. 

Jonea, Joan S 


33.09 

77.28 




11.42 




41.90 


Jones, G. M. B 


23.10 


105 

655 

320 

1,225 


8.02 


Jonea, Abraham E. & T.. . . 


375 

80 
42S 
* 

455 

1,020 

410 


26.80 
9.27 


Jones, E. G 


37.09 


Jones, Edward G 

Jones, Granville M & A E. 


43.47 


705 
1,770 


18.54 
29.94 




7.07 




470 
225 


28.34 




114.91 


* 

100 
2,600 
64S 
355 
220 

220 

1,355 


22.25 




30.00 


290 
2,600 
945 
600 
670 

395 


64.81 




50.23 




10 

2 
15 

7 

* 

3 

7 
5.30 

25 

12 

1 

35 

* 

15 
30 

* 

10 

* 

40 

40 
10 

* 


40.00 
40.00 
40.00 

40.00 

ss:66 

142.85 
160.37 

60.00 
1S4.17 
200.00 

57.14 


29.43 




1 1 .,30 


Jonsrud, T. G 


28.70 




7.89 




12.98 




1,445 

610 

1,370 

1.800 

1.370 

230 

1,975 


2.05 


Johnston, Wm. T 


16.57 


840 

750 
200 
100 
530 

* 

50 
250 

* 


12.79 


Johnston, A. J. & A. B 

Johnston, Ann & Carey 


20.86 

30.31 

2.35 


Johnston, B. B. & E. M... . 
Johnston, W. L 


32.48 
40.97 


60.00 
55.00 

46:66 


550 
1,300 


41.89 




26.08 


Johanson, C. H 


12.98 


260 


3.25 


Johauflon, 0. H 

Johanson, Amanda 


* 

890 
100 


12.98 


40.00 
SO. 00 
45.00 
45.00 


1,930 
140 

1,200 
840 


16.23 

7.78 




13.91 


Joost, Chris. .__. 

Jordan, Emalfne 


575 

* 


7.77 
12.11 



Clackamas County Assessments a nd Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



lime of T»ipaj«r 



Jordan, W. T 

Jorgensen, John. . 

Jorgensen, J 

Jorgarog, Inv. Co.. 
Jorgarog, Inv. Co.. 

Jorgarog, Inv. Co.. 

Joss, Fred 

Joss, F. & M. A..., 

-Tosi, Mike 

Josi, Jacob 



■Tosi, Jacob 

.Josi, Fred & Jacob 

.lost, Harry 

•loslyn, J. D „ 

Joy, Allan R * 



lores CaltiTated 



Ho. of 

Icroi 



20 



2. SO 

7 

9 



Per iore 



60.00 



55.00 



100.00 
90.00 
100.00 



Joy, Nina 

•Joyner, Henry 

■Toyner, Henr_y 

Joyner, Melvina L. . 
Jubb, Thos. C. <t C. 

Jubb, Thos. C. & ('.. 

Jubb, Thos. C 

.Judd, J.J 

.ludd, J. J 

Judd, E.E.... 



.Tudd, Geo. W.... 
.Judd, Geo. W.... 
Judd, Geo. W.... 

.Tudd, N. C 

Judd, P. (Heirs) . 



Judd, P. (Heirs) 

Judge, Herbert E. & C, 
Judkins, Delia oc .Jos. J. . 
.Junor, Wm. & Jessie. . . . 
Junor, Wm. & Jessie. . . . 



Johanson, Lumber Co.. 

Junker, Casper 

.Justin, Mathias 

Junker, Casper 

Junker, Casper 



18 



25 



.75 



.75 



122.22 
50.00 
50.00 
50.00 



Aores UncaltiTated 



Ho. of 
Aores 



20.00 



45.00 



60.00 
40.00 
45.00 



40.00 
66.66 



.65 



40.00 
1,333.33 
40.00 
45.00 
45.00 

Timber 



Junker, Casper 

Kaesewieter, August W., 

Kaiser, Tl 

Kaiser, Wm 

Kaiser, John 



Kalb, George 

Kamrath, Fred H. & L.... 
Kamrath, Fred H. & L.... 

Kammerer, A. B 

Kamsuke, Koida 



Kanne, H. W. & S. M.. 

Ivanne, Aui<ust 

Kanne, Heinrich C. . . 

Kandle, Wm. H 

Kandle, M. E 



Kandle, Emma I 

■ Kandle, Curtice C 

Kandle, C. H 

Kantz, John & Mary S. 
Karr, Polly 



Karr, Frank J. . 

Karr, R. E 

Jiarlan, Rosa. . . 

Kaun, O. A 

Kaun, O. A 



Kauffman, Daniel . . . , 

Kauffman, J. .J 

Kauffman, .J. J 

Kauffman, .Joseph J . 
Kays, James A 



J^ays, Mellissa. 

Kaj's, O.T 

Kayler, H. A.. . 
Kayler, H. A.. . 
Kayler, H. .\.. . 



Kayler, P. J 

Kayler, H. F. (Heirs) 

Keasey. Evelyn C. Black., 

Kebe, Wm 

Kee, Wm 



l\eenp, Chester N., 
Keescling, ('. D.. . 
Kegler, Cora C... . 
Kegler, Cora C. . . 



9 
fO 

7 
26 
25 

28 
20 



4 
125 
60 
60 
43 



22 
10 
.50 

9.50 
.50 
3 

7 
7 

40 

125 

15 

15 



15.00 



44.44 
75.00 
30.00 
50.00 
55.00 

55.00 
40.00 



40 

40 
160 
175 
124 

47.50 
3.50 
3 
I 

23 

SO 
90 
15 
10 
141.86 

141.61 

62 

20 
160 

S 

24.56 
33.62 
70 
30.30 
5.50 

20 
58.50 
15.63 
.50 
54.24 

97.60 

None 
19 
23 
28.60 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



400.00 



60.00 
112.00 
52.50 
44.00 

25.58 



.38 



50 

25 

43 
60 
20 
80 
12 

I 

25 
8 
10 



43.86 
125.00 
120.00 

114.70 

120.00 

333.33 

40.00 

40.00 

52.50 
52.48 
52.33 
45.00 
197.37 

227.28 
40.00 



SO. 00 
50.00 

45.00 
.?5.00 
175.00 
30.00 
75.00 

150.00 
55.00 
50.00 
60.00 



None 
142 
.10 
.50 

20.78 

10 

73 

14 

IS 

None 

40 

20 
None 
2.90 

36 
25 
100 
20.65 
65.66 

80 
80 
58.65 

None 
None 

None 

None 

None 

226.47 

53.12 

60 
90 
60 
65 

None 

None 
24 
160 
30 
71 

37 
180 

None 
60 
38 

5.57 
23.96 
32 
30 



$ 6.00 

20.00 

3.12 

28.00 

27.98 

26.30 
57.14 
50.00 
40.00 
36.96 

50.00 
22.22 
20.00 
20.00 
4.22 

4.23 
2.01 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 

10.18 
9.85 

19.29 
6.60 

10.90 

10.00 
13.67 

9.59 
50.00 

9.68 

6.04 

1,000.00 

10.00 

12.17 

11.89 



2.67 



14.43 

30.00 

6.84 

15.00 

14.75 

22.50 

10.00 

15.00 

200.00 

103.44 

25.00 

40.00 

25.00 

9.68 

7.92 

5.00 

4.00 

9.88 

75.00 

75.00 

75.00 

80.00 

200.00 

7.95 

10.00 

20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
197.33 

227.28 
10.00 
12.50 
12.00 
11.95 

11.90 

9.15 

100.00 

9.17 

23.68 

89.76 
21.49 
26.56 
25.00 



240 
2,000 

500 
5,890 
3.470 

1,250 
450 
780 
940 
850 

13,500 

4,500 

1,550 

700 

600 

600 
485 
100 
800 
SO 

1,375 
330 

1,950 
800 
870 

200 

800 

1,150 

75 

525 

2,990 

1,000 

230 

460 

700 



600 
50 

500 
10 
30 

700 
1,050 

710 
1,510 
1,595 

1,540 

1,200 

300 

400 

300 

1,140 
15,000 
5,650 
2,840 
1,620 

400 

320 

1,545 

1,250 

60 

1,090 

60 

1,000 

2,080 

810 



Buildings & 

Personal 
_Property_ 



350 



3,300 
8,360 
1,985 
1,975 
75 

75 

4S0 

2,000 

2,860 

2,100 

2,375 
3,750 
3,500 
2,950 
1,800 

650 
1,890 
1,250 
1,350 



Total 



185 



1,285 
585 
340 



200 
115 



735 
255 



890 
315 



200 

50 



200 

400 

90 



50 

2,180 

900 

50 



650 

75 

75 

485 

245 

895 



225 



130 
455 
795 
820 

425 



300 

475 
50 

ISO 



190 
460 
350 

1,740 
350 
550 
ISO 



25 
115 

s 

300 
1,365 

450 
100 
300 
200 
50 

SO 
610 



100 



Single lai 
Dxemptions 
1910 Tosld 
laTi Been 



240 
2.350 

500 
5,890 
3,470 

1,250 
600 
780 

1,125 
850 

14,785 

5,085 

1,890 

700 

600 

600 
685 
215 
800 
50 

2,110 
330 

2,205 
800 

1,760 

515 

800 

1,350 

125 

525 



3,190 

1,400 

320 

460 

750 

2,780 

950 

550 

10 

30 

1,350 
1,125 
785 
1,995 
1,840 

2,435 

1.200 

300 

625 

300 

1,270 
15,455 
6.445 
3,660 
2,045 

400 

320 

1,845 

1.725 

110 

1,240 
60 
1,190 
2,540 
1,160 

5,040 
8,710 
2,535 
2,125 
75 



100 

595 

2,000 

3.160 

3.465 

2,825 
3,850 
3,800 
3,150 
1,850 

700 
2,500 
1,250 
1.450 



1,150 

"485 



'leTai 



mowoiid 

Hare Been 



iotual Tai 

Paid for 

1910 



Iaiforl9tt) 

Under Single 

Tai Would 

Hits Been 



260 

280 

725 



7,785 

1,975 

1,090 

300 



525 

lis 



,615 



660 

500 
1,505 

315 



960 
65 



2,240 
650 
120 
130 
315 

2,180 
900 
ISO 



920 

525 

240 

1,395 

1,260 

1,805 
600 



425 



270 
9,455 
2,445 
2,880 
1,185 



1,050 

975 

70 

530 
20 
590 
685 
560 

3,040 

4,410 

1,035 

525 



25 
295 



2,200 
2,320 

1,875 
1,655 
1,800 
1,865 
665 

110 

1,450 

190 

450 



60$ 



240$ 3 

1,200 35.25 

500 10.00 

5,405 106.02 

3,470 62.46 



1 ,250 
340 
500 
400 
850 

7,000 

3,110 

800 

400 

600 

600 
160 
100 
800 
SO 

505 

330 

1,545 

300 

255 

200 

800 

390 

60 

525 

950 
750 
200 
330 
435 

600 
50 

400 
10 
30 



430 
600 
545 
600 
580 

630 
600 
300 
700 
300 

1,000 

6.000 

4.000 

780 

860 

400 
320 
795 
750 
40 

710 

40 

600 

1.855 

600 

2,000 
4,300 
1.500 
1.600 
75 

75 
300 

2,000 
960 

1,145 

950 
2,195 
2,000 
1,285 
1,185 



S90 
1,050 
1,060 
1.000 



22.50 
14.55 
19.89 
21.38 
17.85 

310.48 
76.27 
28. 3S 
10.50 
12.60 

12.60 
17.12 

5.37 
16.00 

1.25 

45.25 
6.60 
33.07 
12.00 
35.20 

7.73 

12.00 

20. 2S 

2.12 

7.87 

47.85 
32.90 
4.80 
11.50 
18.75 

27.80 

28.50 

12.10 

.30 

.90 

40.50 
37.12 
15.70 
31.92 

29.45 

36.53 
22.80 
4.65 
16.57 
10.95 

19.05 

393.10 

109.57 

80.52 

30.67 

12.40 

9.92 

40.59 

32.77 

2.81 

31.62 
I. S3 
31.54 
53.58 
19.72 

75.60 

130.60 

41.23 

31.88 

2.44 

3.25 
10.70 
41 .40 
66.36 

72.78 

S6.49 
84.70 
57.00 
83.48 
37.00 

17.85 
37 SO 
2S 00 
29.00 



5.56 

27.82 

19.49 

144.91 

93.03 

33.51 
12.12 
18.83 
11.95 

29.71 



244.72 


72.09 


18.54 


9.27 


17.80 


17.80 


S.8I 


3.63 


22.84 


2.02 


19.53 


12.86 


35.81 


6.95 


8.72 


4.64 


18.54 


9.04 


I.S5 


12.17 


22.02 


34.31 


4.64 


13.36 


17.60 



14.09 
2.39 

12.34 

.4S 

1.44 

20.51 
33.27 
16.76 
15.07 
14.56 

14.60 
17.40 
7.24 
9.15 
14.27 

23.18 

225.90 

109.48 

34.85 

19.93 

16.10 
12.89 
35.52 
22.42 
1.51 

26.73 
1.51 
27.50 
61.10 
16.54 

46.36 
99.67 
39.40 
37.08 
4.94 

4.94 

7.98 

76.40 

37.50 

44.73 

32.49 
70.88 
46.36 
54.50 
37.94 

22.22 
24.34 
33.65 
31.75 



-42- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taxpajtr 



Keil, Elizabeth (Heirs) . . 

Keil, Louis 

Keil, Louis tfe Bertha D.. 
Keith, Charles A.. 
Keith, J. H... 



Keiaecker, Fred. 
Keisecker, Geo.. 
Keiaecker, Michael. 
Keiaecker, Michael. 
Keiaecker, J. S., 

Kelly, Thos. E.. 
Kelly, M. Jennie. 

Kelly, H. K 

KeUy, Hattie I., 
Kelly, J. B 




Kelso, M. L. & Ethel. 
Kelso, John R. (Trustee). 
Kelao, S. M. & C. G. 
Keller, Geo. W., 
Keller, Fred & Gottleib.. 

Keller, Nina C. 
Keller, Gottleib. 
KeJler, Gottleib. 
Keiler, Gottleib. 
Keller, John E., 

Keller, J. H. 
Keller, J. H. 
Keller, Conrad. 
Kellogg, E. SL. 
Ivellogg, Edward E.. 

Kellogg, Edward E.. 
Kellogg, E. M. & E. E.. 
Kellogg, B. F. & A. M., 
Kelland, Geo. W.. 
Kelland, Thos.. 

Kelland, Robert. 
Keinhofer, Theresa. 
Kelnhofer, Karl.. 
Kellendonk, Wm.. 
Kent, S. B.. 



Kent, Mary H . 
Kenny, Geo. W,. 
Kendall, Warren C. 
Kendall, Wm.. 
Kendall, Wm., 

Kentrat, Edward & Stella. 
Kenagy, Martha E.. 
Kenagy, D. O.. 
Kenakj;, M. C. 
KenKnight, Chas. & Ida . 

Kephart, Henry. 
Kerr, Roderick. 
Kerr, Roderick. 

Kerr, Wm 

Kerr, Nettie 



Kerr, Caaper 3 . 34 

Kerr, Casper ' , . . 

Kerr, Casper i 2 

Kern, C.W * 

Kem, Peter 40 



Kerna, Wm. M 

Kerns. W. M SO 

Kerns, Wilber G IS 

Kerna, Geo. H 7 

Kertchem, Janie 



Kersting, Harry . 
Keaaelring, G. W.. 

Keaselring, N 

Kesterson, Elva. . 
Kester, E. P 



Kettels, Emil 

Kettela, Emil 

Kidder, Geo. W.... 
Kiesner, Frank W.. 
Kierling, Wilhelm. 



35 

6S 

3 

25 

20 
30 

2.56 

5 
10 



34.00 
16.67 
52.86 



130 

52 



Kiggins, John 2 

Kiggins, J. A 

Kiigore, J 

Kilgore, S. N 

KiUin, Geo. W 



KiUin, Geo. W 

Killgren, John G.. . . 

Killoran,.J. F 

Kimborley, Benj. C. 
King. Margaret A.. ■ 



50.00 
45.00 
54.00 
75.00 
44.00 

57,50 
60,00 
156.25 
80,00 
53,00 

37.50 



160 
SO 
86,65 
50,58 
160 

17,12 

65 

82 

1.38 

135 



12.00 
12.00 
11.55 
14.04 
13.12 

13.14 
15.00 
22.90 
36.23 
11,85 



42,50 
40,00 



55,00 
ISO. 00 



None 


20,00 


10 


15,00 


•Jone 


40,00 


6.67 


29.83 


39.13 


21,62 


18 


10,00 


8.25 


10,00 


70.37 


9,94 


29.88 


10, OS 


10 


22.50 


28.50 


24.56 


7.80 


76,71 


320 


15,62 


10 


30,00 


1,50 


20 00 



30 
1,700 


* i 
250 


1,920 
2,300 
2,000 
1,080 
2,100 


* 
270 
150 
390 
300 


275 
2,SS0 
5,385 

27S 


100 

SO 

540 


2,700 


300 


1,150 

1,950 

400 


175 
315 


600 
1,380 


330 
SOS 


255 

80 

6,225 

2,380 

22S 


150 
165 
450 
710 
60 


I,S2S 
1,350 

5,000] 
300j 


SO 
400 

* 

100 



1,000 


1 ,000 


1 ,85( 


750, 


3( 




1,950 


1,150 


1,920 




2,570 


1,370 


2,1.S( 


9601 


l,47( 


660 


2,400 


300 


375 


135 


2,60( 


1,100 


5,925 


2,560 


275 


lis 


3,000 


1,105 


1,.12S 


925 


2,265 


1,665 


40(1 


295 


93(1 


580 


1,885 


820 


405 


20S 


245 


165 


6,675 


4,685 


3,090 


2,270 


285 


60 


1,575 


SOS 


1,750 


760 


5,000 




300 




40 1; 


27,^ 



1,920 
1,200 
1,190 
810 
2,100 

240 
1,500 
3,365 

160 
1,895 

400 
600 
105 
350 
1,065 

200 

80 

1,990 

820 

225 

1,070 

990 

5,000 

300 



28.80 
41.12 
53.75 
22.05 
46.80 

8.26 
54.60 
94.80 

4.12 
45.60 

22,53 
38.51 
7,60 
18,60 
29,15 

8,91 

5,39 

146,86 

67,98 

4,27 

23.63 
41,13 
100,00 

4,50 
II Hi 



—43— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems^ 1910 



Fame of Tiipayer 



lens Cnltinted 



So. of 

icrei 



Asuessment 
Per lore 



lores UnonltiTated General Property Assessments in 1 910 



Ho. of 
lores 



Isiessment 
Per lore 



On Land 



fioildings & 
Personal 
Properly 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tai 
Ixemptions 
IMOTonld 
EaTe Been 



Single lax 
Issessment 
19tOTonld 
EiTO Been 



lotnillkr 
Paid for 



Tax for 1910 

Under SisEle 

TaxWomd 

IinBeen 



King, Maud E.. . , 
King, F. H. & A., 
King, Floyd W.... 

King.P.S 

King, L. D 



King, B 

King, Annie W,. 
King, A. W. R.. 
King, J. C. E.. . 
King, J. C. E.. . 



.50$ 



King, J. C. E 

King, J. C. E. (Trustee) . 
King, J. C. E. (Trustee). 
King, J. C. E. (Truetee) . 
King, Olive A 



King, Mary A.. 

King, John 

King, C. A 

King, C. A 

Kinder, Solon. . 



Kindorf, F. & A 

Kindorf, F. & A.. . . 

Kinyon, W. C 

Kinyon, J. R 

Kingsbury, Geo. L.. 

lOngsbury, Fred F.. 
Kingsbury, Fred F.. 
Kingsbury, Fannie . 
Kingsbury, Fannie . 
Kingsbury, Fannie. . 



Kingsbury, Jesse. 
iCingsbury, Jesse. 

Kirk, Chas. D 

Kirk, Thos. J 

Kirk, T.J 



Kirk, CD 

Kircbem, L. H 

Kirchem, L. H 

Kirchem, J, C 

Kirchem, iJoseph C. 



Kirchem, Joseph C 

Kirchem, H.H 

Kirchem, W. M 

Kirchem, N. L. & P. M.. 
Kirchem, W. P 



Kirchem, W. P.. 
Kirchem, A. M.. 
Kirchem, A. M.. 
Kirchem, S.-G.. , 
Kirkley, Mary.. 



Kiibyson, Mary A 

Kiser, Frank 

Kister, Anna K 

Kistner, Emil 

Kitzmiller, Andrew J.. 

Kitzmiller, Andrew J.. 

KitzmiUer, A. J 

Kitzmiller, Susan R.. . 

Klar, E. A 

Klar, E. A 



Klar» Ernest A.. . . 
Klaus, Rudolph... 
Klatte, Leopold... 
IQaetsch, Max M.. 
Klaetsch, l^Iax. ... 



Klaetsch, Otto 

Klaetsch, Paul 

Klee, Wm. J 

Kleeman, O. & A 

Eleinsmith, £. & H. C. 



Kleinsmith, Wm. G.. 

Kleinsmith, C 

Kleinsmith, Alvin S.. 

Kligel, J. & A , 

Klinger, Adolph 



Klinger, S 

Klingler, Francis C 

Klinkman, K 

Kline, John L. & Lizzie.. 
Kline, Geo. E 



28 
1 

33 
8 



10 
I 

15 
20 



13.74 

20 

13 



Klinker, Johannis 

Kliuker, Hans 

Klinker, Cbristir,n 

Klinke, Herman & Anna.. 
Klinnel, C. W 



34 



12 



25 



7 
10 



42 

10 

2.50 

5 
17 
12 
10 



12 



15 



.50 



40 



20 



22 
<) 



50.00 
56.96 
150.00 
55.00 
55,00 



120.00 
100.00 
40.00 
40.00 



40.00 
40.00 
40.00 



20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
55.00 

125.00 



65.00 

65,00 

300.00 



50$ 



48,00 



21,42 
40,00 



30.00 



59.00 



60.00 
60.00 
58.96 
60.00 



50.00 

15.00 

50.00 

130.00 

40,00 
50,00 
45,83 
50,00 



20.00 



25.00 



50,00 



40,00 
55,00 



50,00 



40,00 



35.00 

34.54 
33.33 
400.00 
40.00 
40.00 

60,00 
45,00 
289,60 
50,00 
60,00 



20,00 



60,00 
100.00 



4. 
12 

None 
28 
15 

41.40 
20 
9 
83 
19 

35.64 

None 

None 
12.36 
40.25 

66 

75 

270 

65 

SO 

1.15 
70.40 
50 
21.69 

None 

160 
160 

10 

40 

38 

84 

47.60 

20 

13 

30 

ss 

120 
80 
13.09 
73.20 

80 

53.50 

45.75 

32 

26 

63.43 
102.46 

None 

148.80 

2.50 

75 
17 
28 
10 
79 

157 
234 

28 
7.15 

38 

99 
None 
40 
12 
10 

25 
10 

5 

4 
40 

24 
20 
None 
156 
64 

42 
39 

None 
43.88 
84.73 

60 
101 
20 
35 
II 



16.67$ 

19.17 

40.00 

21.42 

26.66 

4.83 
50.00 
44.45 
10.84 
10.52 

11.22 
10.00 
10.00 
9.70 
12.42 

8.78 
5.07 

16.67 
6.15 

25.00 

86.95 
21.30 
30.00 
26.36 
100.00 



21.87 
21.87 
20 00 
15.00 
15.79 

14.29 
15.23 
32.50 
11.54 
13.34 

11.82 
11.67 
10.00 
15.28 
13.66 

15.00 
17.76 
19.13 
10.63 
10.58 

15.45 
11.71 



12.93 
60.00 

9.33 
20,00 
14,29 
17,50 

5,06 

9,55 
10,68 
5,00 
6,99 
10,00 

6,06 
25,00 
17,50 
20,00 
15,00 

10,00 
15,00 
25,00 
10,00 
13.75 

16.25 
10.00 
400.00 
11.53 
11.48 

22.38 

8.97 

200.00 

22.78 

19.82 

5.00 
4.95 
5.00 
17.14 

54.55I 



100$ 
1,825 
150 

2,415 
840 

200 
2,200 

500 
1,500 
1,000 



400 
550 
800 
64« 
500 

860 
480 

5,500 
700 

2,900 

4,350 
1,500 
2,215 
1,360 
ISO 

3,500 

3,500 

300 

600 

600 

2,400 
725 
650 
300 
800 

1,400 

1,440 

800 

200 

3,360 

1 200 
3,050 
2,795 
3,170 
3,515 

950 

3,300 

15 

2,425 

475 

900 
1.190 
950 
675 
400 

1 ,560 
2,500 

440 
SO 

480 

840 
1,375 
700 
390 
150 

850 

ISO 

12s 

40 

1,950 

2,290 
2,200 
200 
3,400 
1,375 

3.340 
2, ISO 
1,850 
1,750 
2,760 

300 

900 

100 

1,920 

1,500 



235 

50 

485 

1,035 



100 



SS 



too 

150 



150 



50 

20 

300 



790 

100 

935 
340 
550 



100 



50 
65 



15$ 



305 
300 



95 
490 
300 
935 



350 
38S 
425 
340 

460 
730 
160 
100 



25 
420 

550 



240 
320 



360 
160 

* 

100 
460 

430 
455 
250 
1,200 
305 

630 
325 
250 
50 
200 



370 



80 
700 



1 

2,060 

200 

2,900 

1,875 

200 
2,300 

500 
1,500 
1,100 

400 
700 
800 
790 
500 

910 
500 

5,800 
700 

3,690 

4,450 
1,500 
3,150 
1,700 
700 

3,500 

3,500 

200 

600 

600 

2,500 
725 
650 
350 
865 

1,400 

1,440 

800 

505 

3,660 

1,200 
3,145 

3,285 
3,470 
4,4S0 

9S0 
3,650 

400 
2,850 

815 

1,360 

1,920 

1,110 

775 

400 

1,585 

2,S00 

860 

SO 

1,030 

840 
1,615 
700 
710 
ISO 

1,210 
310 
125 
140 

2,410 

2,720 
2,655 
450 
4,600 
1,680 

3,970 
2,475 
2,100 
1,800 
2,960 

300 
1,270 

too 

2,000 
2,200 



30$ 

1,135 

160 

1,590 

1,260 



800 

55 

440 

690 



565 
600 

S4S 



210 

95 

470 

210 

1,690 

1,385 



1,320 
805 
650 



945 



120 
330 



455 



30S 
2,115 



1,575 
1,800 
2,610 
3,605 



1,960 

385 
790 
SIS 

615 

1,240 

S40 

425 



55 

660 

'630 

205 
975 



410 



810 
160 



100 
1,310 

1,435 
1,855 

250 
2,340 

760 

2,135 

1,685 

820 

460 

925 



670 



1,02s 
1,110 



—44- 



85$ 

925 

40 

1,310 

615 

200 
1,500 

445 
1,060 

410 

400 
135 
200 
24S 
500 

700 

405 
5,330 

490 
2,000 



3,065 

1,500 

1,830 

895 

SO 

3,500 

3,500 

200 

600 

600 

1,555 
725 
650 
230 
535 

945 

1,440 

800 

200 

1,545 

1,200 

1,570 

1,485 

860 

845 

950 

1,690 

15 

2,060 

300 

74S 
680 
570 
350 
400 

1,5.10 
2£03 

200 
50 

400 

635 
640 
700 
300 
ISO 

400 

ISO 

125 

40 

1,100 

1,285 
800 
200 

2,260 
920 

1,835 
790 
1,280 
1.340 
2,035 

300 
600 
100 
975 
1,09(H 



95$ 



1. 

34.22 

4. 

S7.98 

28.13 

4.60 
43.70 

7.50 
22.50 
16.50 

6.00 
10.50 
12.00 
11.85 

8.50 

22.75 
12.50 
87.00 
10.50 
55.35 

157.47 
22.50 
47.24 
25.54 
25.55 

52.50 
52.50 
4.40 
13.20 
13.20 

5S.00 
15.95 
11.37 
6.1 
15.1 

21.00 
21.60 
12.00 
7.58 
54.90 

18.00 
47.17 
51.23 
58,99 
75,65 

16 

91,25 

10,00 

57,00 

20,78 

20,40 
28,80 
25,53 
13.18 
10.00 

39.63 

84.50 

18.78 

.75 

15.45 

13.47 
24.22 
14.00 
21.30 
4. SO 

36.30 
9.29 
2.05 
3.50 

50.61 

57.12 
55.76 
14.62 
105.80 
25.20 

77.25 
37.13 
33.60 
27.00 
53.28 

7.50 
31.75 

2.50 
35.00 
40.75 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Kum of Ttipayer 



icrts CnltiYiteil 



No. of 
ioroB 



AssoBsment 
Per Aort 



Acres Hsoultrnted 



No. of 

Acres 



Klinkliardt, H 

Klohe, Chas 

Kloda, John 

.Klock, Harper E 
Knapp, F. A 



H., 



Knapp, F. A 

Kjqapp, F. A 

Knapp, F. A 

Knapp, F. A 

Knapp, F. A 

Knapp, F. C 

Knapp, F. C 

!^iaus, Ursula 

I^oaus, John A 

Kneoht, P. C 



Kneoht, P. C 

Knecht, Fred 

Knight, Ora E 

KnStt, Wm 

Knight, A.H., A.J.,A.N. & A 



Knight, Adam H.. 
Knight, Adam H.. 
Knight, Esther A.. 

lOiight, Annie 

Knight, Anna N... 



8 
5.49 
4 
13.21 



Knight; Henry A 2 

Knight, Henry A 11 

Knight, Albert F 2.50 

ICnight, A. J. * 

Knight, Andrew J 17 



16 



$ 80.00 
47.80 



.60 



.25 
1.50 



35 
7 
17 



.46 



Knight, G. F 

Knight, Arthur R.. 

Knight, H. A 

Knight, A. C 

I^ox, Geo. E 



Knox, H. G 

Knotts, Mgxtha A 

Knotts, Martha A 

Knotty, Jackson (Heirs) . . 
Knotts, Jackson (Heirs). . 

Knotts, Jackson (Heins) . . 

Kbennicli, Wm 

Koennich, Wm 

Knotts, Mary E 

Knorr, Otto 



Knowles, G. F. & F 

Knutson, Chas. O 

Koch, Herman & Freda... 

Koch, Hans & C 

Koch, Eliza & Lizzie 



Koch, Louis 

Koch, Louis 

Koch, roorad 

Koch, George 

Koch, Henry & Katie. 



Koch, Henry & Katie. 

Kbcher, Henry 

Kocher, Henry 

Kocher, M. (Heirs).. . . 
Kocher, M. (Heirs) 



Kocher, Christian 

Kocher, Christian 

Koessel, A. E 

Koebel, M., E., & E. M. 
Koehler, J. W 



Koehler,.J. AS 

Koehler, John F 

Koehler, J. G 

Koehler, J. G 

Koenig, Henry 



Koerner, Rudolph 

Koehner, Gottlieb . 

Koellerraeier, L. S. &B.... 

Koellermeie'-, Belle 

Koellermeier, A. & J 



Koellermeier, .A.ugust. 
Koellermeier, Karl. . . . 
Koellermeier, -\dolph. 
Koellermeier, Wm. F.. 
Kohl, Phillip 



Koh), P. & M.. . 
Kohler, Anna... 
Koloeh, .Tohn... 
Kolen, John N.. 
Kolskv, Frank. 



7 
10 



15 



12 

2U 
30 
18 

20 

* 

4 
10 



12 
40 
10 
65 
15 

3 

75 



20 
20 



2.48 
.77 



55 
35 



IS 
20 
20 

4S 
40 
40 
20 
73 

78 
4 



35 
I 



166.66 



300.00 



160.00 
150.00 



70.00 
70.00 
50.00 



543.47 
60.00 



60.00 
65.00 
60.00 
60.00 

55.00 
63.50 
64.00 



50.00 



800.00 
110.00 



60.00 
40.00 
'40.66 



30.00 
30.00 



65.00 



55.00 
42.50 
35.00 
88.88 

35.00 



55.00 
50.00 



40.00 
55.00 
65.00 
55.10 
55.00 

53.50 
55.00 



50.00 
55.00 



60.00 
65.00 



55.00 
70.00 



60.00 
60.00 
65.00 

65.00 
65.00 
65.00 
65.00 
60.00 

58.97 
50.00 



40.00 
30.00 



67$ 



10. 
64 
20 
10 
2 

1.34 
2 
8 

2. 75 
8.50 

160 

320 
18.93 
26.08 

130 

40 
160 

None 
35 
112 

.50 
14.50 

None 
3.75 

None 

23 

None 
None 
.29 
3.04 

None 
None 
SH sq. 

50 

78 

159 
40 
72 
10 
50 

80 
33 
150 
30 
46.07 

40 
68 
103 
50 

2 

140 
120 

36 

29.40 
.14 

6S 
89.50 
None 
32.22 
17.50 

12 

20.20 

40 

60 

20 

None 
None 

40 

25 
9.50 

297.50 

160 
20.97 
14.25 

22.42 



34 
40 
40 
17. 
51 



08 



43.42 

35 

3 

105 

8.20 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



30. S5 
9.37 
20.00 
20.00 
112.50 

111.90 
175.00 
90.00 
72.72 
77.43 

15.00 
15.00 
35.13 
35.27 
11.90 

15.00 

6.25 

200.00 

25.00 

20.00 

10.00 
3.50 

20.00 
5.00 

10.00 

25.22 
20.00 
20.00 



25 



600.00 
110. 



rods 



15.00 
20.00 

19.49 
10.00 
9.72 
40.00 
10.00 

10.00 
6.06 
4.00 
3.33 

30.00 

12.50 

14.12 

9.70 

9.00 

30.00 

5.00 
5.00 

22.75 

20 



5.88 
25.70 
20.00 
24.83 
24.30 

21.70 
24.75 
7.50 
20.66 
25.00 

60.00 
,30.00 
23.10 
17.80 
34.70 

25.04 
2.50 
14.30 
19.67 
15.20 

15.00 
25.00 
20.00 
19.90 
19.60 

19.81 
20.00 
15.00 
12.00 

5.491 



Genenl Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



405 
1,365 
400 
200 
325 

150 
650 
720 
240 
90S 

2,400 
4,800 
3,115 
1,410 
2,395 

600 
1,000 

250 
1,055 
2,240 

5 
530 
340 
260 
800 

690 

700 

160 

50 

1,125 

1,600 

50 

5 

750 

1,680 

3,140 
400 

1,020 
400 
500 

800 
410 
900 
100 

2,355 

500 
1,620 
1,850 
1,500 
1,660 

1,400 

600 

1,040 

1,080 

40 

880 
4,500 

650 
4,375 
1,250 

420 
4,625 

300 
2,240 
1,600 

150 
50 

400 
3,125 
2,780 

7,450 
400 
1,200 
1,480 
1,640 

3,435 
3,600 
3,400 
1,640 
5,380 

5,460 

900 

45 

2,660 

75l 



Boildijigs i 
Persontl 
Property 



Total 
Assessment 



75$ 
760 



25 



20 
100 



400 



50 



375 
385 



260 

25 



25 



400 



100 
200 

285 



150 

600 

80 
405 
300 
600 
315 

200 

175 
140 



150 
200 
930 
200 



1,000 

650 

100 

765 

50 

50 
340 

* 

1,185 
835 



200 



250 

300 
150 
450 
170 
1,075 



35 
100 



20 



480$ 
2,125 
400 
200 
350 

150 
650 
720 
260 
1,005 

2,400 
4,800 
3,515 
1,410 

2,445 

600 

1,000 

625 

1,440 
2,240 

265 

555 
340 
285 
800 

690 

700 

160 

50 

1,125 

2,000 

SO 

5 

750 

1,780 

3,340 
400 

1,305 
400 
500 

800 
410 

1,050 
100 

2,955 

580 
2,025 
2,150 
2,100 
1,975 

1,600 

600 

1,215 

1,220 

40 

1,030 
4,700 
1,580 
4,575 
I 250 

1,420 
5,275 
400 
3,005 
1,650 

200 

390 

400 

4,310 

3,615 

7,450 
400 
1,400 
1,480 
1,890 

3,735 
3,750 
3,850 
1,810 
6,455 

5,460 

935 

145 

2,660 

9.'! 



Single I^i 
Xiemptions 
1910 WoBld 
EaTO Been 



130$ 
1,375 

"65 



125 



45 
235 



1,620 
245 
695 



535 
490 



260 
4%S 
230 
245 
670 

60 
480 
110 



625 
800 



180 
220 
525 



170 
410 



1,125 

80 

895 

955 

1.380 

1,375 

800 



305 
430 



560 
1,370 
1,380 
2,160 

460 

1,095 
2,920 

100 
1,355 

650 

SO 
370 



2,885 
2,070 



885 

810 

1.245 

2,550 
1,750 
2,250 
1,075 
4.025 

3,055 

135 

100 

980 

.SO 



Single Tax 



lOlOTonld 
Hare Been 



350$ 
750 
400 
200 

285 

150 
525 
720 
215 
770 

2,400 
4,800 
1,895 
1,165 
1,750 

600 

1,000 

90 

950 
2,240 

5 
80 

110 
40 

130 

630 

220 

SO 

50 

500 

1,200 

SO 

S 

750 

1,600 

J, 1 20 
400 
780 
400 
500 

800 
240 
640 
100 
1,830 

500 

1,130 

1,195 

720 

600 

800 
600 
910 
790 
40 

470 
3,330 

200 
2,415 

790 

325 
2,355 

300 
1,650 
1.000 

150 
20 

400 
1,425 
1,545 

7,450 
400 
SIS 
670 
645 

1,185 
2,000 
1,600 
735 
2,430 

2,405 

800 

45 

1,680 

4.5 



Aetna) Tax 

Paid tor 

1910 



60$ 



9 

36.13 
6.00 
5.00 

12.78 

5.48 
10.40 
26.28 

6.63 
25.63 

48.00 
96.00 
57.99 
26.79 
36.67 

9.00 
21.60 
16.56 
33.09 
36.96 

6.89 
14.43 
8.84 
7.41 
20.80 

14.49 

18.20 

4.16 

1.30 

29.26 

47.00 

1.30 

.12 

12.38 

30.26 

56.78 
6.60 

21.53 
6.60 
9.50 

13.20 
8.20 

21.00 
1.66 

44.32 

8.69 
31.42 

S3. 75 
31.50 
38.67 

24.00 
12.00 
18.22 
18.30 
1.20 

25.75 
7.5.20 
41.08 
73.19 
20.00 

22.72 
84.41 
8.00 
45.08 
28.05 

S.20 

8.38 

6.00 

73.26 

63.40 

131.62 
8.00 
22.40 
23.68 
30.24 

59.76 
60.00 
81.30 
28.96 
109.73 

92.82 
14.02 

2.47 
45.22 

I 42 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

fiare BeoD 



-45- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 




Name of T&xpa^«r 



icres Cultivated 



No. of 
lores 



issessment 
Per Acre 



icres UnoultiTated 



No. of 

Acres 



Assessment 
Per Aore 



KoUman, F. E 

Konitzer, Bell 

Konsc'liak, Chas 

Kon-schak, Gottlieb . 
Konsciiak, Helena . . 



.50 



Konigshofen, August 

Kopp, Henry W 

Koppe, August & Pauline. 

Kopper, Bertha I 

Kopper, Bertha I 



Kopper, Bertha I ... 

Korb, .T. S 

Kormaun, Eva 

Ko.shland, Fred'k . . . 
Koschraedwr, Frank. 



3.66 
12 
15 
10 



Koschmeder, Frank 

Kra.use, Herury ......... 

Krause, Frank <fe Katie.. 
Krause, Frank & Katie. . 
Krause, Herman S 



Krause, PTerman C. 
Krause, Herman C. 

Kraus, Henry 

Kraus, Henry 

Kraus, J. H 



Kraft, Christian & C 
Kraft, Christian & C . 

Kraft. Christian 

Kraeft, Marie C 

Kraeft, Marie C 



24 
t2 

23 

II 
14 
33 
13 
40 

30 
15 
30 

4 
2 



Kraeft, Theo 

Kraft, Henry 

Kraft, .lacob & Anna. 

Kraemer, .John 

Kramer, John J 



Kraemer, Julius 

Kraemer, Julius 

Kraemer, O.J 

Kramien. Gu.'itav 

Kramlen, Wm. & G... 



Kramien, Wm 

Kramien. Chas. (Heirs) ... 
Kraxber^er, Franz ...,-,... 

Kra.xberger, Franz 

Kraxberger, Franz & Julia 

Kraxberger, Franz & Ferd 
Kraxberger, Franz & Ferd 

Kraxberger, Otto 

Kraxberger, Chas 

Kraxberger, Chas 



Kraxberger, F.J 

Kraxberger, F. J 

Kraxberger, John Jr. 
Kraxberger, Adolph.. 
Krender. P. & A. C. . 



Kreuter, Peter 

Krieffer, Julius 

Krieger, John D 

ICriKbaum, Harriett. . . 
Krigbaum, Harriet . . . 

Krigbaum, Emanuel. 

Krigbaum, E 

Kroll, Michael 

Ivroner, Adolph 

Kropf, Samuel .1 



Krojif, John 

Ivropf. Dan'l t^- A., 
ivrotsch, J. <^- -\.. . 
Krotsrh. 3 . A A .. 
Krotsch, J. & M. 



50 
60 



45 



7 
22 



12 
10 

25 
49 
60 

2 
3 

+ 

15 
20 

55 
43 
25 
18 
6 

18 
63 
67 



SO 



Jvrotsnh, Orven. . . 
Krotsch, Chas. N. 

Kruse, H. A 

Kru.se, H. A 

Kruse, J. L 



Kruse, J. L 

Kruse, Francis 1*].. 

Kruse, J. L 

Kruse, Florence A. 
I^ruee, Geo. G 



Kruse, Geo. G. . . 
Kruse. Helen C. 
Kruse, Francis 10. 
Kruse, Chas. W.. 
Kruse, E. S 



28 
12 
37.33 



50.00 
60.00 
50.00 
50.00 



43.72 
50 00 
54.66 
54.00 



55.00 



60.00 
60.00 
37.50 

60.00 
60.00 
55.00 
55.00 
53.75 

55.00 
55.00 
60.00 
80.00 
60.00 



53.00 
50.00 



55.00 



60.00 
50.00 



60.00 
60.00 



40.00 
53.85 



55.00 



55.00 

55.00 
55.00 
55.00 
55.00 
40.00 

50.00 
20.00 



40.00 
40.00 

40 00 
40.00 
60.00 
65.00 
24.61 

55.00 
50 00 
52 . 23 



55.00 

53.13 
00.00 
70.00 



65.00 



70 00 
70,00 
69.78 

70.00 

'76!66 

70.00 



3.22 

None 

28 

25 

14 



141.37 

1.67 

30 

I 

35 

160 

3 

18 

40.17 

4.89 
36 
45.50 
67 
35.20 

10 

23.23 

10 

12.90 

23 

10 

30 
100 
160 

25 

30 
160 

40 

17 
208.33 

22 

14 

40.60 

55 

54 

40 

40 

31.50 

80 

62 

28 
10 
20.58 

1 
100 

None 
77 
80 
25 
20 

7 

2 

34 

75 

None 

20 

47 

2 

8.33 
10 

33 
2 

84.20 

II 

146.76 

124.40 
73.34 
77 
28 
16 

22.40 
60 

6.33 
81.93 
147.60 



16.55 
30.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 

26.00 
10.00 
17.85 
25.00 
25.00 

10.00 
6.36 
,16.00 
35.00 
20.00 

25.00 

3.00 

30.00 

30.00 

7.96 

19.50 
20.00 
25.16 
25.00 
22.30 

25.00 
25.00 
25.00 
37.11 
30.00 

50.00 
25.00 
20.00 
8.00 
27.20 

35.00 
30.00 
6.00 
30.00 
15.00 

30.00 
30.00 
30.00 
14.54 
31.81 

22.50 
20.00 
17.46 
19.06 
34.60 

21.44 
23.50 
15.80 
20.00 
10.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
10.00 

10 00 
12.50 
14.70 
25.00 
24.61 

37.00 
19.15 
12.50 
13.03 
17.50 

13.63 
47.50 
34.94 
30.00 
2.73 

24.91 

34.97 

30.00 

35 

35.00 

34.37 
35.00 
34.75 
35.33 
3.71 



3.570 
2.100, 
3,110 

3,805; 
400l 

—46— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 





ioTts CnltiTiiied 


iores UnonltiTated 


General Fiopertj itssesameiitB in 1910 


Single Tax 
Xxemptioni 
1910 Vonld 
Hare Been 


Single Tai 
iasessment 
1910Tonld 
Hare Been 


Actual Tai 

Paid for 

1910 


Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

Hare Been 


Sme of Tupiijtr 


Mo. of 

icrot 


issessmeiit 
Per kat 


No, of 
katt 


Asiessmtnt 
Por Aoro 


On land 


Building! & 
Pormnil 
Property 


Total 
issesraont 


Kruse, Ernest S 


80 
8 

24 
1.17 

1.17 

* 

* 

8 

* 

17 

7.05 
2.82 
2.50 
3 

3.07 
16 

6 
12 

7.50 

35 

55 

* 

27 
SO 

50 
27 
60 

* 

18 
15 
14 
2 
10 

6 

* 

40 
30 

* 

* 
* 
* 
* 
45 

36 
23 

* 

10 


S 65.00 
60.00 
50.00 
50.00 
55.00 

55.00 


42 
1 
None 
29.50 

None 

None 
160 
80 

33.25 
40 

13 

Nonfi 
None 

None 

None 
16.40 
7 

38 

None 

18 
34 
40 
133 
47 

70 
103 

53. 5C 

40 
640 

101. 5( 
65 
46 

34 
83. 1( 

4 

40 
330 

90.2. 
320 

330 
640 
640 
330 
150.4^ 

183.8; 

33. 8< 

5 

6 

5 

7917 

7 
40 

7 

1.0 
1.0 

30 
3 

15 

63.5 
60 
8 
76 
46. 5( 

9.1. 
145 
6 

None 
36 

160 
57.05 
10 

10. 7i 
1.03 

3.7C 
155 

None 
None 
33.75 

17 

3 

None 
13 80 


$ 35.00 
20.00 
20.00 
16.34 
25.64 

25.64 

5.00 

60.00 

12.00 

6.00 

25.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 

100.00 
30.48 
20.00 
20.00 

100.00 

20.00 
17.65 
15.00 
6.7<i 
25.00 

20.00 
21. 3S 
40. Ot 
5.0( 
IS.OC 

> 4.92 
20. OC 
19.13 
25. 0< 

) 18. 2i 

15. 0( 
S.OC 
6.0( 

> 4.9S 
15. 0( 

15. 0{ 

is.oe 

15.0( 

12. S( 

t 14.9. 

! 7.0- 

) 48.6! 

50, 0( 

20. W 

20. W 

37. 0( 
! 15.0. 
25. 0( 
20. 0( 
25.7 

) 137.6 

i 141. 5( 

13.3. 

I5.0( 

14. 0( 

i 15. 9f 
16. 6( 
28. i: 
30. 0( 

) 7.2( 

> 10.8: 

5.0( 
35. 0( 
25. 0( 

7.65 

18.7= 
19.9/ 
30.00 
30. 4« 
145.63 

108.10 

7.77 

70.00 

50.00 

9.89 

36.47 
37.50 
150.00 
90.00 
14.49 


$ 6,250 

500 

50 

1,690 

65 

65 
800 
480 
700 
240 

1,260 

1,400 

490 

535 

525 

540 
1,900 

470 
1,220 
2,250 

2,300 
3,900 
600 
1,305 
3,925 

4,400 
3,800 
8,100 
200 
9,600 

860 
2,050 
1,580 

950 
2,050 

360 
200 

2,180 
850 

4,800 

4,800 
9,600 
9,600 
» 4,000 
4,275 

r 3,010 
i 4,640 
) 250 
) 620 
) 100 

) 300 

> 1,200 
) 175 
) 8O0 

2,545 

I5€ 
) 150 
J 400 
) 725 

> 810 

! 1,750 
) 2,000 
! 225 
) 2,520 
325 

725 
1,025 
2,020 
1,455 

675 

3,000 

2,880 

300 

220 

150 

400 
1,325 
525 
140 
225 

600 
165 
150 
70 
200 


$ 100 


$ 6,350 

500 

50 

1,990 

215 

350 
800 
480 
755 
240 

1,670 

1,760 

490 

535 

535 

565 
3,365 

470 
1,530 
2,915 

3,815 
4,750 
600 
1,385 
4,530 

4,550 
4,625 
9,320 
200 
9,6D0 

1,035 
2,645 
1,885 
1,020 
2,385 

510 

200 

2,430 

1,300 

4,800 

4,800 
9,600 
9,600 
4,000 

4,425 

3,360 

4,890 

250 

835 

100 

600 
1,200 
1,780 

800 

2,745 

250 
200 
420 
825 
1,060 

1,750 
2,130 

225 
2,520 

325 

1,030 
1,075 
2,245 
1,455 
995 

3,000 

2,955 

300 

505 

300 

400 
1,475 
760 
140 
225 

700 
215 
I.SO 
70 
200 


$ 3,300 

320 

30 

1,115 

185 

320 


$ 3,050 

180 

30 

87S 

30 

30 
800 
480 
495 
240 

750 
70S 
280 
350 
300 

310 
985 
260 
800 
750 

1,060 
1,570 
600 
1,080 
2,910 

2,400 
3,775 
4,S00 
300 
9,600 

590 
1,600 
1,145 

900 
1,680 

ISO 
300 

1,620 
550 

4,800 

4,800 
9,600 
9,600 
4,000 
2,925 

1,575 

2,770 

250 

320 

100 

300 

1,300 

175 

800 

1,385 

150 
150 
400 
300 
430 

1,340 
1,335 

325 
3,400 

325 

235 
800 
1,000 
670 
305 

3,000 

1,740 

300 

220 

150 

400 

1,240 

350 

65 

235 

530 
110 
150 
30 
300 


$ 95.25 

8.00 

.75 

29.85 

5.60 

9.09 
16.00 
10.08 
18.87 

5.04 

28.39 
36.96 
10.29 
11.24 
11.03 

11.86 
47.30 
7.05 
22.80 
61.22 

42.22 
104.50 
9.00 
30.47 
67.95 

68.25 
69.37 

192.00 
4.60 

174.72 

15.53 
39.67 

28.28 
15.30 
38.47 

8.67 

5.20 

50.10 

27.30 

87.36 

87.36 
174.72 
174.72 
72.80 
88.49 

84.00 
92.91 

4. SO 
13.44 

1.50 

16.80 
28.20 
36.71 
13.00 
45.29 

5.00 
4.00 
6.30 
12.38 
15.90 

29. 7S 
34.63 

3.82 
37.80 

6.82 

16.48 
19.34 
33.68 
21.83 
20.51 

45.00 

44.33 

6.00 

7.57 

6.00 

14.60 

37.35 

17.55 

3.22 

3.42 

10.51 
3.22 
3.60 
1.75 
3.00 


$ 70. 7» 
4.52 


Krusei Mary Baker ,. 


Kniger, Fredk. & F 




.46 


Kruger, Fredk. & F 

Knieger, W 


300 
150 

285 

« 
* 

55 

* 

410 
360 


20. 2» 
1 41 


Krueger, Henrietta 


1.41 
22.84 
19 2S 


ICrupper, John 






Kubitza, Thos 

Kuckenberger, K. 


37.50 


260 


19.86 
9 6,> 




SS. 00 
198.58 
173.75 
174.00 
175.00 

175.89 
87.50 
55.00 
55.00 

300.00 

55.00 
60.00 


920 

1,055 

210 

185 

235 

255 

1,380 

310 

720 

2,165 

1,755 
3,180 


20 53^ 


Kuehl, Gerti-ude \. 

Kuehl, Gertrude .\ 


22.73 
9.03 


Kuehl, Henry M 




U.28- 


Kuehl, Wm. F 




9.67 


Kuehl, Arthur L 

Kugelman, John & '£ 

Kuhnke, F. W 


25 
465 


10. OO 

31.27 

6.03 


Kuhnke, F. W 

Kuks, J. A 


300 
665 

515 
850 

* 

80 
605 

150 

825 

1,320 

* 
* 

175 
595 
305 
70 
335 

150 

* 

250 
450 

* 

* 
* 

* 
150 

350 
250 

* 

205 

* 

^ 300 

1,605 

300 

100 

50 
30 
100 

250 


18.54 
24. lO 

24 57 




60.l<> 




13.91 




15.00 
55.00 

60.00 

59.25 

100.00 


305 
1,620 

2,1.50 
1,850 
4,820 


33. 3f 




67.45 




55.63 


Kunzman, 0. M. <fe A 

Kuppenbemier, Verner. . . . 


64.32 

107.25 

6.72 








257. 5(>. 


Kyler, John W 


20.00 
50.00 
50.00 
50.00 
55.00 

50.00 


445 
1,045 
740 
120 
70S 

360 


' 13.68. 


KvUo, OleH 


37.08 


Kyllo, H 


26.54 




20.86 


Kirrk, A. G.&I. E 

Labor Chas W. ... 


41.46 
4.14 




6.52: 




30.00 
20 OO 


810 
750 


48.241 




22.09. 




128.78 








128.78. 


Lacy, Geo. S 






257.56 






357.56 








107.32 




45.00 

47.50 
130.00 


1.500 

1.785 
2,130 


114.02 


LaCrow, G, W. (Heirs)... 

Ladd. Wm. M 

Ladd R E 


63.74 

82.77 
6.64 




50.00 


505 


7.48 




2.32 






300 


14.06 




* 




40.541 


Lais, A. J. & K 




1,605 


4.06 




* 
43 




18.54 


Lais, John H 

Laidlaw, Wm 


55.00 


1,460 

100 

50 

30 

535 

640 

510 
795 


33.. 72 
4.43. 


Laidlaw Wm. 






4.43 








9.27 


Lake, Josephine 

Lake, CM 


17 
15 

15 
20 

4 

* 

13 

15 

34 

26.8: 

14 

* 

30 

* 


40.00 
40.00 

50.00 
50.00 


6.95. 
9.74 


I akp floral Z 


32.09 


Lake, Coral Z 


130 

* 


33.35 




5.82 




60.00 


130 


55.63 




* 

305 

50 

225 


9.64 


Lamb W G 


53.08 
30.00 
55.00 
54.25 
33.92 


795 
375 
1,245 
785 
690 


5.93 


Lamb, E. J. Mrs 


21.29' 
23.18. 




15.53 




320 

* 

75 

* 

285 
150 

* 
150 
235 


9.07 




69.54 


Lambert, Whitmer Co 

Tvarnhprt TT M 


58.00 


1,315 


40.33 
9.52 


Lampman, R. H. & Louise 




385 
150 


5.10 






4.43 




* 
5 
5 
1.27 

* 

3 

3 




19.03 




25.00 
105.00 
110.24 


335 

410 

75 


45.43 




11.78 




2.19 




* 

100 
50 

* 


5.30 




50 00 
55.00 


170 
105 


13.39 




3.55 


Lang, N. R. (Trustee).. . . 


5.80 


210.00 


40 


1.13 


Lana. R. W 


* 


4.64 



-47— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Itme of Taipajer 



icres CultiTat«d 



Ko.of 
iorea 



Per Lon 



iores UncnltiTated 



No. of 
AoieB 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 




Lang, Mike 

Lantz, L. L. & C 

Lantz, Milo F. & Mary E. . 

Lantz, S. J 

Landis, Isa M 



50$ 



Landeck, John L 

Lanken, F. V. & A. P., 

Landin, Peter 

Langfield, Mina 

Lander, Chas 



4. 
2 
20 
S 
2.26 

SO 

* 

4.50 



Langenberg, Mary C. . . 

Landsvork, H. C , . 

Langensand, Frank 

Langensand, Frank 

Larsen, Edward J 



Larsen, Hans P.. 
Larson, C. E...., 
Larson, Knud. . . 
Larson, Hans. . . 
Larson, Ben 



Larson, Ben 

Larson, Jos. A.. . . 
Larson, N. & L..., 
Larson, Chas. W., 
Larson, Mary 



Larkins. I. D 

Larkins, I. D 

Larkins, I. D 

Larldns, Isaac D.. 
Larkins, A. L 



LarkinsJ Erneline.. 
Larkins, Emeline.. 

Lamed, C 

Laach, Gus 

Lasch, Katherine. 



27 
4 
12 



12 
10 
14 
23 

7 
7 
10 



Laskowsky, August & H.. 

Latham, Fred W 

LaTourette, D C (Trustee) 
LaTourette, D C (Trustee) 
LaTourette, D C (Trustee) 



LaTourette, D. C 

LaTourette, D. C 

LaTourette, D. C 

LaTourette, D. C 

LaTourette, D. 



36 
3 



.50 



LaTourette, D. C 7.50 



Latourette, C. D. & D. C. 
Latourette, C. D. & D. C. 
Latourette, C. D. 
Latourette, CD. 



Latourette, CD 

Latourette, CD 

I/atourette, A. E. & D. C 
Latourette, A E & D C (Ex) 
Latourette, A. E. (Trustee) 

Latourette, A. E. (Trustee) 

Latourette, A. E. (Exr.) 

LaTourette, Schuyler & L.. 

Laube, John 

Laurens, Chas. W 



liaughlin, G. M 

Lauderback, Keneth.. 
Laudorback, F. B.. . . 

Laverty, Mary E 

Lawton, Helen W.. . , 



Lawton, W. B. & M., 

Lawrence, W. H 

Lawrence, Joseph 

Lawless, E. H 

Lawless, E. H 



Lay, John 

Lay.H.G. &R 

Layne, Lloyd L. & Ida. 

Layman, H. & M 

Layman, N. E 



Layman, N. E.. . 
Lazelle, George. , 
Lazelle, Geo. M.. 

Leaf, Chas 

Leaf, Carl E 



Leach, A. D 

Leach, D. P 

Leach, Anna B . . . 
Leabo, Martin D.. 
Leabo, M. D 



30 
15 
2 



20 
125 



.50 



35 



35 
50 



27 
2.50 



20 



3 
12 
4 
.12 



13 

* 

SO 
10 
1.50 



15 
60 
20 



50.00 
50.00 
55.00 
50.00 
296.46 

48.00 



50.00 



45.00 

100.00 
50.00 
40,00 
25.00 



35.00 
17.50 
40.00 
45.00 
50.00 

50.00 



50.00 
60.00 
40.00 



33.34 
35.00 
50.00 
34.78 

SI. 50 
39.30 
50.00 



40.00 



55.00 



100.00 
500.00 
400.00 
110.00 

133.33 
200.00 
45.45 
60.00 
50.00 



71.33 
80.00 
80.00 



100.00 
100.00 



75.00 



55.00 
124.00 



114.81 
150.00 



45.00 


66 


66 


54 


16 


45 


00 


40.00 


40.00 


100 


00 


30 


0(1 


SO 


00 





56.66 
45.00 
SO Off 



50$ 



35. 

78 
20 
33 

None 

SO 

5.40 
32:50 
26.67 
50 

None 

9 

35 

79.42 

40 

30 

98.32 

25 

40.37 

10.95 

40 
27 
53 

6 

8 

120 
108 
176.33 

33.50 

97 

30.55 
48 
110 
26 
38 

34 
160 

32.49 
160 

97.32 

41.50 
20 

None 

None 

28 

None 

48.82 

273.90 

61.52 

107.53 

82 
50 
33.85 
78 
SO. SO 

8.50 
150 
40 

None 
160 

45 

5 

10 

44 

2. 



82 



74.26 

None 
80 
80 
8.7S 

I. SO 
8 
26 

None 
33 

27 

35.77 

S9.50 

no 

8.50 

40 
320 

25 
100 

27.62 



19.71 
19.23 
25.00 
20.00 
115.48 

18.00 
92.59 
20.30 
15.93 
15.00 

50.00 
20.00 
10.00 
6.30 
20.00 

10.00 
5.59 
6.00 
13.62 
16.00 

17.00 

II. 

20.00 

30.00 

15.00 

10.00 
9.26 
8.79 

19.40 
8.86 

18.00 
9.38 
11.36 
15.00 
13.16 

10.00 
20.00 
14.77 
5.00 
10.28 

30.12 

30.00 

300.00 

400.00 

42.85 

40.00 
88.07 
14.77 
13.65 
11.16 

20.00 
18.00 
29.52 
30.17 
23.76 

47.05 
40.00 
12.00 
30.00 
12.50 

30.00 
15.00 
15.00 
22.72 
70.93 

39.86 
40.00 
8.00 
13.10 
12.57 

20.00 
18.75 
15.00 



16.16 

12.96 
41.93 
33.61 

4.54 
24.70 

6.00 

3.75 

20.00 

14.00 

21.90 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



luna o( Tupajw 



lores OoltiTated 



No. of 
Xcres 



Per Aoro 



Acres UncaltiTated 



No. of 
Acres 



Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



Baildings'& 
Personal 
Propert y 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tax 
Xiemptions 
1910 WoBld 
Have Been 



Single Tai 
Assessment 
1910 Vonld 
Have Been 



Aotual Tai 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Taj Wonld 

EaTO Been 



Lrtiavitt, Albert G.. 
Lechler, Laurie. . . 
Le Duo, H. D.. . . . 
Ledvina, Antoiiie. 
Lee, Albert W. . . . 



Lee, John C 

Lee, O. B.F 

Lee, Knute O 

Lee, A. H 

Lee, Herman A.. . . 



23 



.33 



Lee, Minnie M.. 
Lee, Minnie M.. 
Ijee, Minnie M. . 
Lee, Samuel L.. 
Lee, Eliza A — 



Lee, Eliza A 

I>ee, Eliza Mrs... 
Lee, Ricliard R.. 

Lee, Jos. D 

Lee, Jos. D 



Lee, Saraii M.. 
Lee, Sarah M.. 
Lee, Sarah M.. 
Lee, Sarah M.. 
Leek, Olive 



Leek, E. R 

Legrand, A. M 

Legrand, Emma Mrs.. 

Lehman, Ernest 

Lehman, Ernest 



Lehman, Mary 

Lehman, F 

Lelmaan, F 

Lehman, Fred W.. 
Lehman, J. C 



Lehman, Gottfred. . . 
Lehman, W. F. & A.. 
I^hman, Christian. . . 

Lehman, Georpe 

Lehman, Maria 



Lehmauher, John 

Leidl, Wendeline & L.. 

Leitzel, C. K 

Leiizel, C. K 

Leichtweis, Martha. . . . 



Ijeichtweis, Philip 

Leiehtweis, K. (Heirs) . 
Leichtweis, K. (Heirs). 

Lekberir, Albert E 

liCmon, T. (Heirs; 



Lenon, W. H. & M. H 

Lenon, L. D.. 

Lermartz, Martin 

Lennartz, Martin 

Lennartz, Martin 



Lennartz, M. & C. S.. 
Lennartz, M. & C. S.. 

Lenhardt, A. F 

Lent, Anna L 

Lent, Geo. P 



Lenz, A 

Lender, John 

Leonard, John. . . . 
Leonard, Thos. J.. 
3.«iRay, S. C 



Leuenbereer, John & Mary 

Leiithold, Andrew 

Leu-^old, Andrew 

Leuthner, Jacob 

I«vy, Mark 



Lewellen, Sarah.. 
I^ewellen, W. J.. . 
f^wellen, W. J.. . 
JjeweUen, W. J... 
Le?7ellen. J. H.. . 



T^wellen, John H... 
Lewellen, John H... 
Lewellen, John H... 
Lewellen, John H... 
Lewellen, A. E 



Lewthwaite, Clifton R 16 

Lewthwaite, A.J 5 

Lewthwaite, J. B. & F. R. . .25 

Letwthwaite, G- S .20| 

Lggtiiwajte, Spld. & Lang.' * 



600,00 

284.55 

80.00 



22 



10 



Impro 
3 
15 



50.00 
50.00 
55.00 
65.00 
60.00 



60.00 



50.00 



50.00 
50.00 



30,00 
34.09 
33,33 
68,75 



vements 
300,00 
15.00 



25 
30 

16 

10 50 
12 



10 

20 
30 
25 
5 
45 

30 
15 



25 
5 



30 



2 
8.56 



1.13 
.63 



35 



80,00 
50.00 

80.00 
152.38 
41.66 



50.00 



35,00 

35,00 

30 

30.00 

56,00 

37.24 

53,00 
50.00 



40.00 
40.00 



107,14 
45,00 



20,00 
299.64 



400.00 
45.00 



265,48 
238,00 



40.00 



40,00 
40,00 

71,87 

65,00 

1,200,00 

1,000,00 



14, 24^$ 
None 
None 
4.72 
160 

45 
12 

2.98 

None 

35.79 

52.46 
64,00 
198,67 
10 
30 

40 
160 
28 
35 
40 

80 

None 

20 
None 

24 



only 



40 



65 
160 

40 
40 
40 

3.25 
40.74 



.50 



19 
14 
39 

.06 
159 

80 
160 

18 

27 
90 
15 
15 
115 

30 
22 
40 
15 
35 

120 
160 
13.68 

2 
80 

37.99 
40 
100 
28.39 
10 

10 
66 

1.40 
158 

None 

None 
None 

2.49 
None 
None 

15 

124 

76 

62.99 

2.50 

9.65 
70 

None 

None 

2 



21.75$ 
300.00 
150.40 

38,13 
5.00 

20,00 
25,00 
25,00 
20,00 
26.00 

21.00 
20.31 
20,00 
30,00 
26.66 

17.50 
30.00 
20.00 
17,14 
20,00 

11.25 
10. 00 
10.00 
10,00 
25.00 

20.00 



150.00 
5.0C 
5.62 

10, OC 

8.O0 

8,0C 

40,00 

21.47 

40.00 
100,00 
15.79 
17,85 
12.82 



7.54 
5.O0 
3.0t 

7.7: 

8.1, 

6,6e 

6,00 

25, OC 

9.56 

25. OC 
25,00 
12,50 
17,66 
20.00 

16.66 

8.00 

23,75 

80,00 

7.00 

21.05 
5,00 
18,00 
15. 8J 
30,00 

40.00 

10.00 

14.29 

1.89 

154.78 

400.00 

10,00 

10,00 

265.48 

238.00 

40.00 
5.64 
4.60 
6,35 

10.00 

31,08 

25.00 

100,00 

750,00 

ISOOOl 



310$ 
1,500 

350 
2,020 

800 

2,650 
1,650 
1,285 
140 
2,255 

1,100 
1,660 
3,960 
300 
1,300 

700 

4,800 

1,160 

850 

800 

900 
1,200 
1,700 

700 
1,700 

800 



1,050 
550 
900 

400 

320 

320 

2,130 

2,375 

1,480 

1,750 

800 

250 

1,250 

75 

1,200 

400 

480 

490 

920 

1,500 

840 

655 

2,775 

2,340 
1,300 

500 
1,265 

900 

2,000 

1,280 

1,975 

160 

560 

800 
200 
1,800 
450 
300 

1,150 

840 

2o: 

340 
2,565 

400 
225 
25 
300 
150 

600 
2,100 

350 
3,000 

960 

1,450 

2,075 

300 

200 

300 



I 

200$ 

1,350 

100 

50 

15 

250 
410 
780 



450 



325 



250 



420 

80 
200 
700 
735 
200 



100 
945 

320 
250 
100 

290 



220 
350 



365 
810 



155 
835 

200 
615 
305 
400 
100 



590 



50 



20 



200 
100 



20 
500 



400 
3,055 



300 



850 
300 



510$ 
2,850 

450 
2,070 

815 

2,900 
2,060 
2,065 
140 
2,705 

1,100 
1,660 
3,960 
300 
1,300 

700 

4,800 

1,485 

850 

800 

900 
1,200 
1,950 

700 
2,120 

880 

200 

1,750 

1,285 

1,100 

400 

320 

320 

2,230 

3,320 

1,800 

2;000 

900 

250 

1,540 

75 

1,200 

620 

480 
840 

1,285 

2,310 

840 

810 

3,610 

2,540 
1,915 
805 
1,665 
1,000 

2,000 

1,280 

2,565 

160 

560 

850 
200 
1,800 
450 
320 

1,350 

940 

20 

360 

3,065 

800 

3,280 

25 

300 

150 

600 
2,400 

350 
3,000 
1,035 

1,500 

2,075 

1,150 

500 

300 



200$ 
2,550 

265 

1,015 

15 

1,300 
1,085 
1,440 
95 
1,195 



235 
235 



685 
165 



800 
1,310 

490 
1,120 

80 

200 

1,150 

885 
200 



1,100 
1,800 

960 
800 
410 



850 



220 



620 

900 

1,510 

600 

310 

2,080 

1,040 

1,035 

305 

960 

200 



1,530 



50 



20 



670 

240 



60 
1,740 

400 
3,230 



1,505 



2,190 
820 

705 
200 
900 
350 



310$ 
300 
I8S 
1 ,055 
800 

1,600 

975 

625 

45 

1,510 

1,100 
1,425 
3,960 
300 
1,065 

700 
4,800 
800 
685 
800 

900 
400 
640 
210 
1,000 

800 



600 
400 
900 

400 

320 

320 

1,130 

1,520 

840 
1,200 
490 
250 
690 

75 

1,200 

400 

480 

220 

385 
800 
240 
500 
1,530 

1,500 
880 
500 
705 
800 

2,000 

1,280 

1,03, 

160 

560 

800 
200 
1,800 
450 
300 

680 

700 

20 

300 

1,325 

400 

50 

25 

300 

150 

600 
895 
350 
810 
215 

795 
1,875 
250 
150 
300 



7,65 
75.53 

8,57 
35,19 
20,38 

43,50 
30,90 
37,03 
3,64 
69,80 

16,50 
24,90 
60,39 

7,50 
19,50 

10,50 
158,40 
22.27 
12.75 
13,60 

18,90 
25,20 
40 , 95 
14,70 
53,00 

21.40 
5,30 
45,97 
28,32 
22.00 

8,00 

6,40 

6,40 

37,9 

54,43 

30,60 
47,00 
15,30 

4,25 
50,12 

2,44 
27.60 
12,40 

9,60 
16,38 

25,06 
44,91 
12,60 
12,16 
72.31 

38,10 
28,73 
16,09 
33,30 
15 00 

40 00 

19,20 

38,48 

4.08 

8,40 

13,60 
4,20 

29,16 
7,65 
9,60 

31.05 

23.50 

.50 

9,13 

81,20 

26,00 
72,16 

.55 
9.75 
4, 

9,60; 
24,00; 

7,70, 
66.00 

22,77 

30, oo: 

41,51 

20,70l 

9,00' 

5 , 40l 



—49- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






Jisns OnltiTtted 


lores tjQoultiTated 


General Property Issessments in 1910 


Single Tai 
Iiemptions 
1910 tonld 
Have Been 


Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Tonld 
Have Been 


ictoal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 


Tax for 1910 

Under Singl» 

Tax ¥ouId 

Ears Been 


Same of Taxp&jer 


Ko.of 
icrei 


issessmect 
Per icM 


Ko,of 
icrea 


Asiessment 
Per lore 


On land 


Bnildin^s i 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
issessment 


Lewthwaite, Mary A 

Lewelling, J. M 


* 
* 

* 

* 

5.30 

* 

40 

7 

14 

* 
4 
2 

1 

18 
20 
30 
18 

19.58 

32 

7 
55 

10 
* 
2, SO 

'% 

3 

37 

10 .U 
.25 

* 


$ 


50 
55 
320 
80 
80 

None 
2,50 
100 
1.13 
4. SI 

108 
240 

6 

8.50 

8 


$ 800 
5.45 
7.81 
12.50 
3.75 

200.00 

20.00 

7.00 

221.24 
44.00 

15.00 
10.00 
40.00 
23.60 
200.00 

SO. 00 

24.00 

6.00 

6.50 

20.00 

20.00 
20.00 
40.00 
36.65 
9 92 

100.00 

40.77 

17,51 

25.00 

7.50 

5.99 

7.50 

146.03 

368.00 

20.00 

20.00 
18.90 
20.00 
18.00 
23.00 

5.00 
5.00 

15.00 
9.83 

12.14 

16.04 
20 00 
10.41 
50.75 
10.00 

10 00 
5.98 

22.72 
8.00 

29.41 

25.00 
5.26 

11.21 
9.37 

25.00 

,W.28 
19.35 
20.00 
6.34 
10.00 

,30.76 

10.00 

187.50 

10.97 

5.76 

10.00 
10.00 
15.00 
15.00 
29.63 

27.77 
30.00 
20.00 
10.61 
30.00 

12.12 
11.59 
40.00 
40.00 
75.00 


$ 400 

300 

2,500 

1,000 

300 

l,.SOO 
50 

2,300 
250 
900 

2,390 

2,400 

240 

410 

2,400 

ISO 
2,100 
1,580 
1,350 
1,320 

SOO 
800 

2,680 
810 

4,600 

1,000 
420 
225 

2,300 
600 

760 

1,315 

1,500 

250 

640 

1,000 
225 

1,525 
360 

1,880 

150 

200 

2,450 

1,310 

1,630 

1,300 
1,500 
475 
7,300 
1,950 

5,800 

1,890 

490 

740 

350 

1,375 

240 

25 

160 

650 

600 

390 

3,200 

1,260 

1,900 

1,900 
620 

2,000 
555 

75 

2,000 
2,000 
2,400 
1,200 

8S0 

850 

150 

1,600 

2,700 

1,560 

100 
900 
700 
550 
100 


$ * 
* 

* 


$ 400 

300 

2,500 

1,000 

300 

1,500 

SO 

3,115 

250 

1,315 

2,440 

2,400 

240 

410 

3,600 

ISO 
2,200 
1,580 
1,400 
1,320 

645 

800 

3,280 

1,515 

4,600 

1,165 
420 
415 

2,500 
600 

810 

1,500 

2,070 

650 

640 

1,000 
575 

1,725 
360 

2,130 

ISO 

200 

2,650 

1,435 

1,660 

1,300 
1,500 
475 
7,350 
1,9S0 

6,000 

3,000 

S40 

840 

400 

1,705 

290 

25 

160 

650 

600 

415 

3,200 

1,310 

2,245 

1,975 
620 

2,000 

890 

90 

2,100 
2,000 
2,400 
1,200 
1,210 

910 

150 

1,700 

2,800 

1,935 

100 
900 
1,235 
600 
100 


S 


$ 400 

300 

2,500 

1,000 

,300 

1,060 

50 

980 

250 

505 

1,830 

2,400 

240 

295 

2,000 

SO 

1,630 

1,200 

795 

600 

400 
800 

1,405 
505 

2,945 

1,000 
420 
145 

1,100 
600 

720 

255 

1 „500 

90 

640 

1,000 
225 

1,000 
360 

885 

ISO 
200 
950 
64S 
800 

1,300 
1,500 
475 
5,270 
1,600 

5.080 
690 
340 
360 
295 

925 
210 
25 
160 
300 

600 

230 

3,200 

1,015 

1,600 

945 

310 

1,850 

440 

75 

800 

800 

2,400 

1,200 

830 

695 

ISO 

800 

1,695 

1,150 

100 
315 

400 
360 

75 


$ 12.00 

4. SO 

52.50 

15.00 

4. SO 

,30.00 

.75 

46.73 

8.12 

19.72 

36.60 

48.00 

4.08 

6 56 

68.40 

2.85 
33.00 
23.70 
21.00 
22.44 

12.55 
16.00 
49.20 
22.72 
80.50 

17.48 

8.82 

7.46 

41.25 

12.60 

12.15 
27.00 
31.05 
21.13 
11.20 

17.50 
10.06 
30.18 
6.30 
31.95 

3. 75 

5.00 

42.40 

28.70 

25.73 

19. SO 

22,50 

9.50 

110.25 

29.64 

91.80 
75.00 

9.18 
15.12 

6.00 

2S.S8 

6 09 

.35 

2.40 

9.75 

9.00 

6.22 

48.00 

26.20 

60.72 

35.56 
13.64 
47.00 
20.46 
1.53 

44.10 
42.00 
48.00 
24.00 

18.25 

13.68 
2.25 
26.35 
43.40 
29 02 

2.00 
18.00 
21,61 
11.62 

1.75 


$ 16.27 
6.95 






74,20 








23.18 








6.95 




288.67 


440 


31 ,29 




* 

815 
415 

SO 

* 
* 


1.16 




40.00 


2,i3S 


22.72 




16.46 




100.00 
55.00 


810 
610 


11.71 


Lewis, J, J 


42.42 
68.52 








6.28 




52.50 
400.00 

150.00 
.50.00 
25.00 
25.00 
60.00 

25.53 


lis 

1,600 

100 
570 
380 
605 
720 

245 


7.40 


Lewis, Clementine F 


1,200 


57. 16 
1.43 




SO 
180 
92.27 
12 

None 
40 
3.13 
6.80 
239.75 

None 
10,30 

5.71 

4 
80 

117 

2 

None 

.Nt.ne 

32 

SO 

1 1 .90 
35 
20 
3.50 

30 
40 

3i 35 
43.75 
131 

81.06 

75 

45.65 
74.87 
ISO 

488 
65.20 
11 
30 
8. SO 

19 

38 

2.23 
17.07 

2 

17.50 
7 75 
160 
142 
150 

22.75 
21 
8 
36 
13 

30 
30 
160 
80 
27 

18 

S 

15 

132 

26.34 

8.25 
17.25 
5 

5 
None 


100 


37.78 




27.82 




50 


18.43 


Libby. H. F 


15.71 


145 

* 

600 
705 


12.70 




25.40 


Lichtenthaler, K. G 

Lichtenthaler, 10. G 


80.00 
80.00 
40.00 

100.00 


1,875 
1,010 
1,655 

165 


32.57 
11.71 
77.99 


Liddell R J 


165 

* 

190 
200 

50 
185 
570 
400 

* 

* 
350 
200 

250 

* 

* 
200 
125 
30 

* 

* 

so 


23.18 




14.69 


Lien R K 


50.66 
55.00 

20.00 

37.56 

146.03 

1,000 00 


270 
1,400 


3.89 




28,87 


Liese, F. & R 


24.10 


Lietz .TuliiLs T 


90 

1,245 

570 

560 


16.69 


Lil.ia, Gustaf H 


7.08 
34.77 


Lillie Wm 


S.93 


LiUie, Alfred 


17.78 


Lillie, Alfred 






27.78 






350 

725 


6. 25 




15 

* 

35 

* 

* 

.10 

22 

1 

* 

* 

* 
29 
10 

20 
SO 

4 
15 

1.50 

IS 

2 

* 

* 
10 

* 
4 

18 
lU 

8 
10 

2 
4 


55.00 
■■■5L43 


27.78 




10 00 




1,245 


20.52 


Linn J. A & B, F 


4 72 


Linn, T. \V 






6.30 


Linn, G.B. & A 

Linn, P, E 

Linn, A. B 

Linn, B. F 


65.66 
40.00 
.50.00 


1,700 
790 
860 


23.38 
22.17 
19.32 

.30 13 


Linn, B. F..... 






34.77 


Linn, B. F 


■■i26!69 

45.00 

50.00 
30.00 
60 00 
33.33 
66.67 

,50.00 
20.00 




11.47 


Linn, B. F 


2,080 
3S0 

920 
2,310 
200 
480 
105 

780 
80 


122 16 




37 73 


Linn, B, F 

Lins, Fred & Jv:itc 

Link, A. & A 


200 

1,110 

50 

100 

50 

330 
SO 

* 


120.74 

25.06 

8.80 

10 II 


I ind Chas 


6 84 


Landland. B.J. .t Oliva... 


21.44 
6 23 




.58 




■' 66!6o 




3 71 




350 


6 95 




* 
25 

SO 
345 

75 


13 91 


Lindeken, Then W 


60.00 

20:66 
40.00 

ISO. 00 
41 .00 

250.00 
40.00 


185 


5.33 
74.18 




295 
645 

1.030 

310 

ISO 

450 

IS 

1,300 
1,200 






78 77 


Lindsay, J. U. Sc .Mary 


25.10 
13 86 






6S IS 




335 
15 

100 


IS 79 




1 95 




50 
SO 

+ 

* 
1 

7 
* 

25 
28 
12 

* 
10 
5 
4 
1 


34.00 
,54.00 


27.66 
27 '66 


Lindau, S. M 


Lindplev, Geo. I 


* 
360 

60 

* 

100 
100 

375 


68 52 


Lindsley, Marie S 




.34 26 


Lindsley, Thenm il. & A. . 
Lindslev, Ha! D 


50.00 
SO. 00 


380 
215 


19.24 


Lindsley, Bal D 


3 48 


Lindsley, Hal D. & M 


52.00 
46.43 
65.00 


900 
1,105 

78S 


19. .32 
40 93 




26 66 




3 10 


Lithgow, Riohart I 


70.00 
100.00 
87. SO 

100 00 


58S 

835 

240 

25 


to 09 


Livesay, C. R 

Livesay, Thos. (.'.A 

Livesav. Dni.iv 


535 
SO 


10.87 
11.03 
2.04 



"50— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






icres CiiltiTat«d 


Aores Hnoultiyated 


General Property Assessments in 1910 


KngleTai 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonld 
Hare Been 


Single Tax 
Aesessment 
1910 Woold 
lave Been 


Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 


Tax for 1910 
Jnder Single 
Tax Tonld 
HaTe Been 


Kune of Taxpayer 


No. of 

ioroB 


Assessment 
Per Acre 


Ho. of 
Aores 


Asiessmeat 
Per Acre 


On Land 


Buildings k 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
Assessment 




6 
15 
25 

7.20 

* 


i 55.00 
55.00 
55.00 
111.11 


38.42 
40.13 
40 

None 
20 

50 
40 
2 
(8 
12 

None 
None 
None 

4.55 
None 

None 
23. SS 
41 
80 
23.3. 

40 
4.7. 
1.7. 
None 
.SC 

13 
15 
10 

None 

30 
160 
25. 7< 
77 
12 

None 
None 

73 
120 

78 

38 

14.9' 
35. 5( 
40 
130 

40 
10 

17.7 
.5( 

None 

None 
42 
70 
20 
59 

62.3 
3.6 
6.3. 

15. 2( 

20 

49 
100.7' 

32 
200 

None 

16.5' 
21.1' 

160 

160 
5 

76.6. 

3 

142 

91 

20 

None 
2.SC 

None 
7 
18 

None 
15 
25 
SO 
69.90 


$ 24.70 
20.43 
2S.00 
80.00 
10.00 

25.00 
25.00 
30.00 
20.00 
20,00 


$ 1,280 

1,645 

2,375 

800 

200 

2,7S0 

1,000 

60 

475 

680 

75 
200 

50 
400 
225 

750 
475 
820 
800 
400 

400 

1,075 

175 

75 

75 

ISO 
610 
675 
185 
500 

1,200 
1,250 
1,650 
635 
1,800 

1,800 
500 


$ 


$ 1,280 

1,645 

2,865 

800 

200 

2,900 

1,000 

60 

755 
880 

225 

200 

75 


$ 185 

520 

1,240 

225 


$ 1,095 

1,125 

1,625 

575 

200 

2,000 

1,000 

60 

400 

380 

75 
140 

25 
400 
225 

600 
475 
820 
800 
400 

400 

775 
175 
75 
75 

ISO 
400 
SOO 
185 
500 

800 

1,250 

790 

560 

1,800 

635 
ISO 
910 
720 
800 

400 
180 

1 ,495 
900 

2,770 

1,000 

1,200 

835 

475 

205 

250 
430 
1,140 
600 
680 

1,395 
145 
145 
600 
170 

790 
1,990 

200 

2,500 

15 

375 

550 

1,600 

1,500 

125 

3,065 
85 

2,120 
440 
300 

930 

SO 

SO 

100 

450 

570 
2,000 
1,000 
1,600 

SSO 


$ 20.74 

26.64 

46.41 

20.40 

3.10 

44.95 
IS.OC 
1.80 
11.32 
13.20 

5.63 
4.80 
1.80 
13.00 
4.49 

25.85 
7.60 
12.30 
15.20 
6.(0 

8.00 

23. Si 

5.68 

2.43 
2.00 

2.70 
10.65 
14.86 

3.06 
16.56 

20.40 
28.75 
29.75 
17.13 
43.20 

43.20 
12.50 
25,70 
18.00 
15.36 

8.00 

2.97 

33.37 

13. ,50 

82.79 

17 25 
33.41 
28.28 

31 ,16 
10.01 

12.07 
9.00 
29.23 
23.25 
26.89 

25.50 
5.55 
5.25 
13.65 
12 60 

44 6i 
126,40 

10 92 
49, 19 

1.89 

27,90 
24,00 

32 00 
30 00 

1,88 

132 16 

5,06 

83,82 

12 00 

4.50 

47 70 

.97 

3 25 

3 80 

12,75 

21 84 
68 6.^ 
24.63 
42.15 

11 55 


$ 27.35 


L.ivingbton, H. L. it Annie. 


28.11 


LivinKstoii, \V. H. A: A. . . . 


490 


40.60 
21 .65 




* 

ISO 

* 
280 
200 

ISO 


4.83 




30 

* 
* 
2 
7 

.13 
2 
.30 

* 

1 50 
3 

: 
* 

* 

3 

* 

.25 


50,00 


900 


48.30 


l.ockhart. W. C 


23.18 






.is5 

5oe 

150 
60 
50 

400 


3.68 


i.oder, .1. W 


57.50 
62.85 


9.27 


Loder J. W 


8.81 


Loder, J. W 


2.82 


Loder, J. W •. . . 


100.00 
166.70 


70.00 
85.00 
90.00 
150.00 

200.00 
20.14 
20.00 
10. OO 
17.14 

10. OO 

100. OO 

87.50 

300.00 

) 150.00 

150.00 
20. OC 
25. OC 
18. SC 

500. OC 

20. OC 
781. OC 

) 15. s; 

7.0 
ISO.OC 

49. 8C 
40. OC 

11.3: 

6.0C 
10. OC 

10. OC 

( 12.04 

) 24.6. 

22. SC 

17.3 

25. 0( 

40. 0( 

! 20. OC 

) SO.OC 

SO.OC 

SO.OC 
10. OC 
14. 2S 
IS.OC 

8.4: 

! 19.24 

> 19. IS 
i \\.0( 
) 39.4: 

4.2J 

10. OC 

1 9.9: 

S.OC 
12. SC 
15. OC 

> 10. 2S 
( 19. OC 

10. OC 

9.3* 

25.00 

19. s; 

25.00 
10. OO 
4.37 
IS.OC 

155. OO 
20.00 

110. 00 
10. OC 
25.00 

100.00 
25.00 
25.00 
20.00 
7.86 


S.42 


Loder, J W 


25 

* 


.97 


Loder, J W 


26.34 


Loder, J. W 


150.00 
250.00 


225 

1,100 
475 
820 
800 
400 

400 

1,175 

175 

75 

100 

ISO 
710 
760 
185 
625 

1,200 
1,250 
1,750 
685 
1,800 

1,800 
500 

1,285 
720 
960 

500 
180 

2,225 

900 

4,980 

1,150 
1,965 
1,885 
1,355 
435 

525 

600 

1,885 

1,500 

1,415 

1,700 
370 
350 
650 
485 

2,79" 

7,9(0 

420 

3,075 

90 

1,395 
1,500 
1,600 
1,500 
125 

8,260 
230 

4,220 
800 
300 

1,800 

65 

125 

190 

510 

1,300 
4,170 
1,450 
2.810 
5,50 


6.64 


Loder, J. W 

l^der, J. W 


350 

* 

* 
* 

* 

100 


500 


21.13 
11.99 


Loder J W . 






19.01 


I.x)der, J. W 






23.20 


Loder J. W 






10.31 


Loder, J. W 






11 42 


Loder, J. W. (Agent) 

Loder, J. W. (Trustee) 


200.00 


400 


22.88 
IT. 52 




300.00 




4.94 




25 

100 

85 

* 

125 


25 


2.21 




* 
7 
5 

* 

10 

* 

25 
3 

* 

12.75 
3.75 
7 
* 

2 

2 

25 

* 

30 




4.83 




50.00 
60.00 


310 
260 


9.27 




15.88 




4.70 


Loeding. H. F 

Lofgren. J. D. 


500.00 
60.00 


125 

400 

960 

125 


22.87 
20.86 


100 

50 


40.62 




50.00 
31.66 


21.78 




22.47 


Logus, Julius (Heirs) 

Logus, Julius (Heirs) 


69.64 


141.18 
134.00 

37.85 


1,165 
3,=iO 
375 

160 

100 


24.57 
5.64 


i.ohrman. Fred & Ida 


10 95 190 

720| * 

850 no 
4so! so 

180 * 
2,125 100 

900 * 
3,750 1,230 

l,000' 150 
1 ,600: 365 
1,670 215 


27.98 
22,65 




35.00 
35.00 


19.54 


Long, R. H.., 

Long, Catherine R 


9.77 
4.64 


50.00 


730 

2,2i6 

150 
765 
1,050 
880 
230 

275 
170 
745 
900 
735 

305 

225 

205 

SO 

315 

2,000 

5,910 

220 

1,020 
950 


34.65 




20.86 


Long, S. M. & Maud 


50.00 


70.28 
23.18 




20 
24 

9 

4.11 

S 

1 
10 
20 
21 

10 

4 
7 


60.00 
55.00 
105.55 
10S.84 

105.00 
40.00 
50.00 
60.00 
40.00 

50.00 
50.00 
40.00 


31.42 




19.36 




975 
435 

525 

460 

1,500 

1,500 

1,340 

1,700 
270 
350 


380 


15,99 




6,90 


Longcoy, Ella J 

Longwell W. C 




8 41 


140 

385 


9,97 


Londergan, Stephen P 

Londergan, Stephen P 

London, S. G., Mrs 


27,54 
14,49 


75 


19.72 
32 34 




100 


3.36 




3..?6 




600 

485 


50 


20,98 


Looney, Giles P. & Pearl A 

Looney, R. A 

Looney, H. M 


20 

30 
100 

8 


20.00 

65.00 
65.00 
20.00 


5.54 


2,440 

7,500 

320 

2,500 


350 
400 
100 
575 


19.44 

48.98 
6.52 




61 .53 




20 
8 

* 
* 
* 

80 

.40 
70 
9 

it: 

6 


90.00 

40.00 
55.00 


90 

970 
840 




.59 


Looney, C. A 


425 
660 


12.87 
13.64 




1,600, * 


45.68 






1,500 
125 

6,800 


* 
* 

1,460 




42.83 








2.90 


Lovell C R 


66.25 
62.50 
40.00 
20.00 


5,195 
145 

2,100 
360 


75.43 


Lovelace, Robert E 


100 

4,220 

580 

300 

1,800 
SO 


130 


3.26 
72 97 


Lowe, L. C. &T. A 

Lowe, L. C.&T. A 


220 

* 


10 20 
6.95 


300.00 


870 
15 
75 
90 
60 

730 
2,170 

450 
1.210 


42.54 


Lowrv Opo tfe M C 


IS 


1.16 




.40 
3 


ijo.oo 

40.00 


50| 75 


2.35 




190 




3.08 




450 

1,200 
3,625 
1,450 
2.560 
SSO 


60 

100 

545 


16.91 




5.72 
65 
15 
30 

* 


200.00 
50.00 
SS.OO 
55.00 


14.40 




50.74 




27.37 




250 

* 


37.10 


i,umap, Wrn 


22 09 



—51- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



line of Taiptjer 



lores CnltiTated 



Xo.of 

iorei 



iiseBmest 
Fer ken 



iorei UsimltiTited 



No. of 
iorei 



Afsessment 
Fer iore 



Genenl Prqpertj Issessments iA 1910 



On Iiuid 



finildingsA 
Feranul 
Preperty 



Total 
iflseBsment 



Biggie Tu 
SierapUoiui 
1910 'Would 
EaTt Been 



Single Tu 
ijsesBment 
1910 Voild 
EaTo Been 



iottullir 
Ftidlor 



TuforieiCi 
nndar Sinrlt 
TaxTwId 

IlTtBMI 



Lund, J.B.& E 

Lundme, Nela & Anna. . 

Lundeen, Victor 

Lundgren, John 

Lundberg, L 



laupold, MS 

Luther, J. W 

Lutgert, Henry 

Lutzenberger, John & V.. 
Lyman, E. R 



Lyman, Florence C. 

Lux, Louis 

Lux, Louis 

Lynch, Thos. J 

Lyons, Sherman. . . . 



10 



11.30 



Lyons, Sherman 

I^le, J. W. & Louise. . . 
MsLce, M. C. & Anna K. . 

Mace, Chas. E 

Mack, Morley T 



Mack. Morley T 

Mack, O. R 

Mack.-V. L. &A. M.. 

Maokey, S. P 

Mackey, S. P 



2 

4 
50 
30 

1.50 

6 

1. 10 

8 



MacLeod, A. M 

MacDougali, Geo. R ... 

MacDonald, W & Henrietta 

MacKeazie, Wm 

MacKenzie, Wm 



Mader, Mary 

Mader, Mary 

Mader, Jacob (Heirs 

Mader, Mary 

Maddy, Wm. F 



Madsen, -Tens 

Maden, Margaret.. 

Maddax, J 

Madison, F. B.. . . 
Madison, Geneva. 



.15 



Madgwick, A. E. & M. P., 

Magone, Edward 

Magone, Araasa 

Maginnis, C. P 

Maginnis, C. P 



Maginnis, Chas. P 

Maginnis, Chas. P 

Maginnis, Chas. P 

Magnuson, A. Julius 

Mahlimi, Thos. & Emma.. 

Maiden, Francis M. & E. B 

Mainwood, J. & M 

Makinster, Ida 

Mallatt, James 

Mallatt, J. M 



Mallatt, J.J 

Mallatt, J. J 

Mallatt, J. J 

Malsam, Ludwig. 
Malar, Anton 



Malar, Anton. . . 
Malaer, Christ. . 
Mann, Thomas. 
Mann, Thomas . 
Mann, Thomas. 



Mann, Wm 

Manner, Mary. . . . 
Manner, Theo. E.. 

Manning, V. A 

Marien, John H.. . 



Marrs, A. J 

Marrs, J. W 

Mark, J. Coleman. 

Marks, Thos. I 

Marks, Sarah E.. . , 



Marks, J. E 

Marks, Joseph F. . . 

Marks, Wm 

Martin, Robert 

Martin, Margaret J.. 



Martm, Izetta . . 
Martin, Wm. C. 
Martin, J. A.. . , 
Martin, G. H... 
Martin, Louis. . . 



20 
18 
3 

14 

2 

3.50 
17 



40 
10 

19 
30 

78 
60 
25 

40 
1.45 



1.75 

.62 
50 
4 



20.00 
100.00 



120.00 
7S.00 



60.00 
30.00 



50.00 



400.00 



40.00 
25.00 



50.00 
125.00 
55.00 
40.00 
60.00 

57.50 

60.00 

65.00 

300.00 



25.00 



1. 00 



60.00 
35 '66 



167.00 



55.00 
55.00 



200.00 



54.50 

71.43 
55.00 
40.00 
50.00 
37.50 



40.00 
60.00 
40.00 

35.71 
150.00 



142.85 
94.13 



80.00 



55 . 00 
50.00 

110.00 
16.66 
55.00 
55.00 
54.00 

54.30 
44.83 



57.50 

241.93 
60.00 
50.00 



.w.on 



67 

None 

40 

I 

8 

45 
None 
160 

22 
3.85 

None 

40 

74.64 
145 

12.58 

7.75 
None 
69 
20 
1.90 

6.13 

None 
12 
2 
1.34 

160 

152 
52.50 
SO 
28.80 

8.00 
82 
86 
83.55 
30 

160.05 
6 

None 
76.16 
19.50 

38.80 
15.96 
7.96 
40 
600 

160 
400 
120 
160 
18 

51.24 

22 

SO 

32.10 

23.67 

3.12 
20 
40 
21.25 
37 

25 

.50 

3.60 

2.25 

28.60 

16 
164.46 
164 46 

40 

no 

23 

so 

37 
40.33 

22.50 

53 

None 
10 
80 

None 

None 
30 

30.66 
63.33 

28 



3.95 
40.00 

5.00 
60.00 
34.37 

12.00 

30.00 

4.69 

20.00 

103.89 

400.00 

16.00 

16.06 

8.28 

29.41 

16.77 
75.00 
21.74 
10.00 
32.00 

24.34 
60.00 
30.00 
175.00 
111.90 

5.25 
4.93 
15.24 
12.50 
14.62 

8.00 
40.00 
20.00 
29.92 
12.00 

3.75 

12.50 

167.00 

5.25 

23.07 

15.46 

100.25 

100.50 

15.00 

15.00 

22.50 
25.00 
20.83 
8.00 
20.00 

19.51 
25.00 
14.00 
14.95 
14.57 

19.23 
17.50 
10.00 
19.76 
10.81 

8.00 
100.00 
111.12 
88.88 
41 .>14 

31.87 

6.08 

6.08 

22.00 

11.36 

40.00 

4.00 

22.97 

24.87 
24.44 

24.53 
15.15 
30.00 
15.00 

28.25 

241.93 
16.00 
19.56 

39.47 
S 2 



525 
600 
200 
660 

725 

2.360 

90 

760 

940 

400 

4,550 

640 

1,440 

1,575 

370 

230 

.500 

4,250 

1,000 

150 

495 
65 
880 
650 
150 

840 
950 
800 
1,000 
420 

800 
3,280 
3,820 
2,500 

710 

600 

75 

25 

400 

670 

930 
1,600 
2,000 

600 
9,000 

3,600 
10,000 
2,500 
1,280 
1,560 

1,500 
1,540 
2,300 
1,380 
570 

60 

350 

1,200 

1,500 

520 

700 
350 
400 
700 
2.800 

S.W 
1,000 
1,000 
3,080 
1,750 

3,010 
700 
5,140 
4,,300 
1,900 

3,460 
6S 

300 
1,300 

100 

ISO 

3,480 

800 

2,500 

500 

-C2— 



100$ 
190 

395 
450 

250 



285 



325 

100 
450 
840 
40 
455 

ISO 

585 
250 



400 



160 
200 

100 

20 
65 
SO 



580 

75 
230 
330 
680 

SO 



215 

75 
305 

755 



200 
50 



100 
100 

525 
520 
710 
ISO 
530 



525 
75 



975 



625$ 

790 

200.. 
1,055 
1,175 



2,610 
90 

760 
li22S 

400 

4,550 

640 

1,440 

1,575 

695 

330 

950 

5,090 

1,040 

605 

645 
650 
1,130 
650 
150 

840 
1,350 

800 
1,000 

420 

800 
3,440 
4,020 
2,500 

810 

600 

75 

45 

400 

735 

980 
1,600 
2,000 

600 
9,000 

3,600 
10,000 
2,500 
1,280 
2,140 

1,575 
1,770 
2,630 
2,060 
620 

60 

565 

1,275 

1,805 

1,275 

700 
350 
400 
700 
3.000 

880 
1,000 
1,000 
3,180 
1,850 

3,535 
1,220 
S,8S0 
4,450 
2,430 

3,460 
590 
.300 

1,200 
175 

150 
4,455 

800 
2,500 

7.'i.5 



31 
550 



0$ 



695 
695 



1,650 



585 



145 
250 
325 

165 
650 
2,505 
640 
500 

350 
585 
530 
125 



560 



160 
1,600 



330 



20 
196 
290 
666 



1,340 

410 

770 

1,370 

1,310 

1 



215 

675 

1,030 

840 

390 
100 



180 
1,085 



245 



1,420 

485 

1,855 
900 
3,210 
1,955 
1,270 

1,080 
S70 



125 



3,175 
105 



315 
240 
200 
360 
480 

960 
90 
760 
640 
400 

4,550 

640 

1,295 

1,325 

370 

165 
300 
2,585 
400 
105 

295 

65 

600 

525 
150 

840 
790 
800 
1.000 
420 

800 
3,280 
3,420 
2,500 

480 

600 

75 

25 

400 

545 

690 
1,600 
1,400 

600 
9,000 

3,600 

10,000 

2,500 

1,280 

800 

1,165 

1,000 

1,260 

750 

435 

60 

350 
600 

775 
435 

310 
250 
400 
520 
1,915 

635 
1,000 
1,000 
1,760 
1,365 

1,680 
320 
2,640 
2,495 
1,160 

2,380 

20 

300 

1,200 
SO 

ISO 

1,280 

695 

2,500 



37$ 



14. 
18.17 
4.20 
15.82 
20.55 

52.20 
2.63 
11.40 
18.37 
14.60 

86.45 
14.72 
25.92 
23.63 
10.43 

4.95 
24.22 
86.48 
20.80 
15.74 

16.77 

4.30 

16.95 

10.40 

S.4a 

16.80 
33.75 
12.00 
25.00 
8.40 

12.00 
72.24 
60.30 
37.50 
17.01 

12.00 
2.25 
1.47 
6.00 

11.02 

14.70 
28.80 
36.00 
12.00 
180.00 

72.00 
200.00 
55.00 
26.88 
36.38 

39.37 
37.17 
39.45 
43.26 
10.23 

.99 

9.32 

21.03 

36.09 

25.51 

14.00 

8.93 

9.60 

16.80 

75.00 

17.60 
21.00 
21.00 
52.47 
30.25 

67.16 
25.62 
93.60 
71.20 
38.88 

55.36 
9.44 
4.50 

34.80 
4. -54 

4.87 
69.05 
12.80 
37.50 
1 1 ft 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taxpayer 



icns OnltiTated 



Ko.of 

icna 



Per ion 



iores UfiooItiTated 



Ho. of 
iores 



isaessment 
?er iore 



General Property issesiments in 1910 



On land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
issessment 



Single Tax 
Iiemptions 
1910 Tonld 
HaTO Been 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Vonld 
Have Been 



iotual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

nnder Single 

Tax Would 

EaTt Been 



Martin, J. H. C. E. & G. E. 

Marsh, Clemmona H 

Marsh, C.H 

Marsh, James R 

Marts, James A 



Marior, David T,. . 
Marett, C. J. & M.. 

Mariele, C. C 

Mamach, Paul 

Marugg, J. & C. . . . 



Markham, Wra. G 

Marston, Colby 

Marston, H. D 

Maxquam, P. A 

Marquam, P. A 

Marqu&m, J. E 

Marquam, J. E 

Marquam, Jas. E 

Marquam, Mary E 

Marquam, J. C 



Marshall, J. A 

Marshall, John A 

Marshall, Bessie, Mrs.. 

Marshall, D. M 

Marshall, James I 



Marshall, Wm. N. 
Marshall, Wm. N. 
Marshall, Fred.... 

Marshall, Fred 

Marshall, Fred 



18 
20 
50 
25 

4 



.75 



4 
I 
1.30 

24 



10 

35 



20 



Marshall, Fred W. & Anna. 

Marshall, W. L 

Maronay , John 

Maronay, John R 

Maronay, Geo. C 



Marchbank, J. A.. . . 
Marchbank, John J.. 

Marquardt, G 

Marquardt, G 

Mason, J. M 



Massen, Mary 

Massman, E. & W. 

Massinger, P 

Matson, D 

Mattoon, Wm. H.. 

Mattoon, Harvey. . 
Mattoon, Harvey. . 

Mattoon, E. G 

Mattoon, Olivia 

Mathes, Adolph 



Mathison, Niels .. . 
Nathia-o, August. . 
Matthies, Adolph. 
Matthiea, Adolph. 
Mathies, Anna. . . . 



Matthias, Ernest 

Matthies, Barbara 

Mathews, O. S 

Matthew, O. S 

Mathews, F. M 



Mattbuws, D. P 

Matthews, Byron A & Mary 
Matthews, Vernon B & An. 

Matthews, Parmelia 

Matthews. Olivers. & A. M. 



Matthews, T. J 

Matteson, O. M 

Mautz, A. & Albert F... 
Mautz, A. & Rosa A — 
Mautz, August 



Mautz, Lawrence & B... 
Maulding, John & Mary.. 

Maxson, J. & H 

May, W. W 

May, Frank 



Mayer, George 

Maybee, Minnie S.. 
Maybee, Hannah... 
Mayfield, Ferris... 
Mayfield, Jesse . . . . 



Mayfield, J 

Mayfield, Zura.. 
Mayfield, Zura.. 
Mayfield, Zura.. 
Mayfield. G. W.. 



35 
50 

75 

30 

8 

35 

6 



80 
30 

7 

40 

13' 

2 
40 



.39 



20 
6 
12 
10 



22 
12 



20 



32 

fract'n 

.33 

23 

.24 



25 

* 

1.62 
1 

25 

10 

5 

IS 

1.17 
12 
30 

5 
25 

3 
12 

* 

40 
10 



33.34 
45.00 
45.00 
44.00 
15.00 

106.25 
300.00 



60.00 
20.00 



40.00 
20.00 



60.00 



50.00 
50.00 
70.00 
50.00 



30.00 
40.00 



46.25 



500.00 
555.55 

30.00 
34.00 

34.66 

25.00 



35.00 

35.0 

40.00 

40.00 



30.00 

30.00 

300.00 

250.00 

287.77 

40.00 

60.00 

40.00 



40.00 
116.66 
61.67 
50.00 



54.54 
70.00 



70.00 



64.69 



606.60 
50.00 

625.00 
18.75 
18.75 
60.00 
40.00 



55.00 



339.50 
200.00 

88.00 
20.00 
20.00 
444.45 
60.00 

50.00 
35.00 
53.33 
40,00 
40.00 

30.00 
30.00 



40.00 
20.00 



63 


i 8.06$ 


26. 5C 


14.90 


110 


11.80 


35 


14.29 


76 


5.00 


.75 


53.33 


1.25 


200.00 


136.49 


6.67 


251.75 


20.00 


77 


5.00 


31 


11.93 


159 


4.65 


10 


27.50 


None 


25.00 


80 


8.75 


26 


13.46 


2.29 


17.47 


None 


20.00 


20 


17.50 


1 


25.00 


30 


6.66 


45 


10. OC 


140 


3,57 


20 


10. OC 


282.20 


21.26 


None 


500.00 


None 


555.55 


45 


ll.il 


70 


12.85 


139 


7.91 


63.33 


9.47 


80 


30.00 



152 
45 

74 

86.50 
9.74 

80 

SO 
3 

10 

None 
73.68 
9.11 

74 

7.92 
22.19 

8.52 
38 
110 

40 
36 
9.16 

28.62 
25 

120 
63.58 

None 

None 

57 

None 

36 

36 
150 

75 

I 

16.50 
20 

None 
None 

23 
163 

35 

None 

9 

None 
108 
100 

35 

IS 

.75 

4.25 

20 

25 

150 



5.26 
7.11 
13.51 

4.97 

25.74 

8.00 

15.00 

175.00 

125.00 

151.07 

10.59 

20.00 

12.16 

8.84 
10.14 
41.79 
13.15 
19.10 

20.00 
12.50 
32.74 
30.04 
22.00 

5.00 
25.16 



606.60 
20.00 

625.00 

8.33 

8.33 

10.66 

10.00 

20.00 

24.24 

47.50 

339.50 

200.00 

39.13 

4.38 

7.14 

444.45 

31.11 

25.64 
6.48 
20,00 
10.00 
10.00 

13.33 
9,41 
10.00 
10.00 
4,00 



^ 1,100$ 

1,295 

3,550 

1,600 

440 

465 
475 
900 
8,020 
445 

570 
760 
275 
60 
700 

550. 
90 
90 

1,550. 
25 

500 
1,850 

500 
1,125 
6,000 

175. 

100. 
1,550 
2,600 
3,700 

1,350 
2,400 
1,080 
1,545 
1,240 

510 

250 

3,040 

1,650. 

2,625 . 

11,250 

400 

1,300 

310 

2,500 

70 
1,025 
1,050 
1,240 
2,600. 

800 
1,650 
1,140. 

860 
1.950 

600 

3,650 

225 

200. 

2,290 

ISO 
375 
375 
1,840 
950 

20 

1,775 

950 

550 

200 

3,100 
915 
350 
200 

1,180 

60 

1,120 

3,600 

550 

1,150 

100 
400 
200 
1,850 
800 



200$ 1,300$ 



1,010 
500 
480 
360 

400 
330 

4S0 
40 

200 
90 

135 
20 



150 
470 

1,266 

40 
175 

* 

400 



50 
560 
300 

320 

120 
200 
210 

330 

560 



735 
240 

275 

70 

835 

295 
250 
390 

485 



SOO 



25 



520 
350 



345 

400 
100 
100 
200 
175 



350 

400 
250 

200 
110 
50 
500 
200 

150 
100 
ISO 
1,285 
565 



350 



2,305 

4,050 

2,080 

800 

865 
805 
900 
8,470 
485 

770 
850 
410 
80 
700 

550 

240 

560 

1,550 

1,225 

540 
2,025 

500 
1,525 
6,000 

175 

100 

1,600 

3,160 

4,000 

1,670 
2,400 
1,200 
1,745 
1,450 

840 

250 

3,600 

1,650 

2,625 

11,985 
640 

1,575 
380 

3,335 

365 
1,275 
1,440 
1,725 
2,600 

800 
2,150 
1,140 

860 
1,975 

600 

4,170 

575 

200 

2,635 

550 

475 

475 

2,040 

1,125 

20 

2,125 

950 

950 

450 

3,300 

1,025 

40O 

700 

1,380 

210 
1,220 
3,750 
1,835 
1,715 

100 
400 
300 
2,200 
800 



655 

1,615 

2,160 

935 

400 

610 
405 



2,435 
85 

340 
105 
135 

55 



145 
180 
535 
780 
1,200 

375 
1,335 



1,135 



715 
1,630 
3,3l0 

785 



360 

1,175 

370 

390 



3,330 
450 

875 

5,735 
430 
655 
160 

1,950 

395 
845 
835 
1,065 
310 



1,435 
450 



985 



1,765 
350 



1,035 

400 
140 
140 
SOO 
325 



1,120 



400 
250 

1,425 
265 
115 
500 
635 

180 

440 

1,150 

1,435 

1,315 

50 

245 



1,550 
160 



645 

690 

1,890 

1,145 

400 

255 
400 
900 
6,035 
400 

430 
745 
275 
25 
700 

405 
60 

25 
770 

25 

265 
800 
SOO 
400 
6,000 

175 

100 

885 

1,540 

1,690 

885 

2,400 

840 

570 

1,080 

4S0 

250 

1,280 

1,200 

1,750 

6,250 
210 
920 
220 

1,385 

70 

430 

605 

660 

3,390 

800 
735 
690 
860 
990 

600 

2,405 

225 

200 

1,600 

ISO 
335 
335 
1,540 
800 

20 

1,005 

950 

550 

200 

1,875 
760 
285 
200 
745 

30 

780 

2,600 

400 

400 

50 
ISS 
200 
650 
640 



34.45 
48.68 
83.65 
53.43 
18.80 

19,89 

13.88 

13,50 

127,05 

8,06 

13,86 
13,75 
10,35 
1,36 
15,40 

9,35 

4,08 

9.53 

26,35 

20.83 

12.69 

44.70 

8.30 

33,56 

154,00 

4 65 

2,6S 

33,60 

66,36 

84,00 

33.15 
39.60 
30.00 
43,63 
26.10 

17.64 
6.25 
75,60 
34,65 
42,00 

191,75 

15.04 

23,62 

6,08 

83,37 

9,13 
31.87 
23,. ?4 
31.58 
39,00 

12,00 

41,55 

23, 

13.90 

34,62 

15.00 

104,25 

15,23 

5,30 

39.53 

14,58 

7.13 

7.13 

61.20 

33,76 

,60 
36.13 
14,25 
30,88 
14.63 

49.50 
17.62 
9,20 

22,75 
20.70 

5.46 
30,50 
63.75 
48.63 

45,45 

2,65 
7,00 
3,00 
.58,30 
14,40 



43,46 
18.90 
9.15 
13.17 
17.27 

1.4r 
31.29 
67.81 
16,96 
16.96 

2.12 

l.SS 

4.64 

27.57 

17.75 



—53— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Tupajer 



Mayfield, G. W 

Mayfield, G. W. & M., 

Mazingo, Mary iC 

Mazingo, A. D 

Mead, Mary & P. H.. 



Mead, Walter L. & Ruth. 

Medealf, Herbert W 

Meeks, Perry 

Meili, J. .1 

Meindl, Joseph 



Meindl, Joseph 

Meinig, Fred 

Meinig, F. A. (Heirs). 

Meinig, Clara F 

Meinig, Albon O 



Meinig, Albon O... 
Meinig, Bertha ^V . 
Meinig, Otto H — 

Meinig, P. R 

Meinzer, Geo 



Meinzer, Emily 

Melby, Louis 

Melrose, Gorman ^I. 

Melun, L. J 

Melton, Ola 



Melody, Henry F 

Meldrum, G. P 

Meldrum, D. Thompson.. 

Meldrum, Chas. 1'' 

Meldrum, Eva t^ 



Meldrum. J. \V.. 

Mente, Fred 

Merz, B. & L.. . . 

Mertz, Earl 

Mertz. Earl 



Mertsching, Paul.. 
Mertsching, Paul. 
Meniraan, J. A — 

Metzger, J. H 

Metzger, Wra. C. 



Metzger. Wm 

Metcalfe, Robert B 

Metcalfe, Robert B 

Metschan, Phil 

Methodist Episp. Chuieh. 



Metricks, John 

Mewhirter, Fredk. N. 

Meyer, Christian 

Meyer, A.... 

Meyer, Annie 



Meyer, Andrew .7. & J... 

Meyer. John 

Meyer, Joseph 

Meyer, Alexander 

Meyers, Fred 



Michael, Alice A.. 
Michels, Jacob . . . 
Michels, John... . 
iMielke, Richard.. 
Mignola, Paul A.. 



Mighells, G. H. .V- M. F.. 

Mikkelson, Otto 

Mikkelson, Otto 

Mikkelson, Anton 

Mikkelson, Ole 



Mills, F. E. & M. J., 

Mills, L. A 

Mills, Bessie C 

MiHs, H. & E 

Milln, H. L 



Milln, Helen L.. 
Milln, Helen L.. 
Milln, Helen L.. 
Milln, Helen L.. 
Milln. Helen L.. 



Milln. Helen I,... 
Milaji, Thoa. B... 
Miller, Robert A. 
Miller, Robert A. 



iores OoltiTated 



Ho. of 
Acrea 



60 
4 

12 
I 



67. SO 
I 



25 



Per Acre 



Mertz, Earl ^^ 

Meredith, Frank 2 ■'Oi 

Merriott, Geo. H 5 72 

Merchants Trust & Inv. Co ! I.S 

Mertsching, Paul 12 



20 
6 
5 



22 
20 



80 
S 
6 

20 

2.S 
8 
6 

16 



3,> 

.■; 
s 

2 

6 

20 



24 

9 
20 
60 



10 
14 
60 



23.21 
12 



35 00 
20.00 
15.00 
15.00 



55.00 
20.00 



100.00 



40.00 
40.00 



40.00 
40.00 
40.00 



51 .85 
60.00 



44 45 
200.00 



Acres UncuItiTated 



No. of 

Acres 



5S 00| 
54.20 



54.00 

34.30 
150 00 
209 . 79 
100 00 
100.00 

80.00 
100.00 
SO 00 



30.00 

6o!6d 



40.00 
1,TO.00 
1.50 00 

55 00 

60 00 
35.00; 
25.00 
42.50 



34.30 

125.00 

15.00 

100.00 
50.00 
SO. 00 



35.00 

52.50 
300.00 
75.00 
40.00 
50.00 



100.00 

42.85 
35.00 



40.00 
25.21 
20.64 



258 
156 
148 

5, 
6 



None 

80 

45.73 
1.50 
160 

None 
17 
17 
80 
24 

160 

54. so: 

55 . co; 

59 
1 



Assessment 
Per Aoro 



66 83i 
97.321 

3.18 

4.86t 

91 

80 

53 . 36' 
108 
40 
15 

125 

2.50 
None 
55 
3 

15 

None 

None 

120 

10 

20 
40 
58 
50 
20 

80 
46.74 

None 

4 

20 

15 

72 

74 

4 

297.50 

6.89 
20 
125 

4 
61.67 

4 

69 

59.95 
159 
110 

41 

None 

6 

20 

100 

160 

4.50 
24.50 
146 
121.60 

81.50 
42 

None 

None 

SO 



11.86 

4.03 

4.04 

10.34 

29.09 

20.00 
8.00 

22.40 
8.00 
6.00 

30.00 
10.00 
10.00 
11 .25 
10.00 

7.50 
9 10 
9.80 
11.86 
115.00 



] 


115.00 


25 


15.00 


79,89 


7.50 


62.50 


24.95 


one 


15.00 



General Fropertj Assessments in 1910 



On Und 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Pro perty 



13. .12 

99.98 

no 50 

200 . 00 

21.97 

4 00 
24.36 
18.52 

7.50 
10.00 

10.00 
80,00 
99 6.=i 
50 00 
50.00 

33 . 33 
50 00 
15.00 
5.00 
30 00 

12 50 
8.001 
6.90 
16 00 
20.00 

8.00 

9.62 

130.00 

75.00 

25.00 

23 .'? 

9.72 

6.76 

10 00 

25 04 

.17.10 
SO. 00 
10.00 
60.00 

4.45 

50.00 
18.55 
19.70 
10.06 
8.63 

20.00 
125.00 
30.00 
12.00 
20.00 

30.00 

55.55 

32.65 

9.93 

8.20 

8.SS 
10.00 
20.03 
19.81 
25 00 



5,160$ 

710.. 

780 

75 

190 

250 

640 
1.S7S 
1 ,400 . . 

960 

300 
170 
170 
940. . 
680 

1.200 
1,060 
1,230. . 

740 

115 

115 
1,12S 

600 

5,060 

60 

2,100 

14,730 

350 

1.000 

20 

320 

2.950! 
2,650 
300 
1.000, . 



1.600 

1,850 
980 
650. 
720. 

7,450 

6051 

1 ,000 

2.450' 

865 

350 



200 



170 
50 
135 

50 

745 



40 
ISO 



Total 



270 

* 
425 

3,3 isl 



130, 

751 

365 
800; 
205 



815 
820, 



2.450 


250 


575: 


420 


1.200 


615 


4.250: . 




1.350 


200 




100 

I 
290 



4.800! 


* 


2501 


* 


l,80o! . 




2.050] , 




3,100; 


50 


700 


■N 


1,140 




585 . , 




2S0' . . 




70001 


* 



5,360$ 
710 
950 
125 
325 

300 

640.. 
2,320 
1.400 
1,000 

450 
170 . 
170. . 
940 
950 



1,200 
1.48, 
1,230 
4,055 

lis 



Single lai 
Sxemptions 
1910 Tonld 
EaTi Been 



Single Tai 



1910 ¥onld 
Have Been 



US . 

1,6S0 
600i. 

6,190 
135 

2,465 
15,530 

5SS 
1 ,000 

451 

320 
3.765 
3,470i 

300 
1.000 

2.700 
995 
1,815 
4,250 
1,550 

2.100 
600 

325 
650i 
3001 

300! 

430, 
1 .0601 

800 
1.600J 

640' 
3,900 

850 
1,300 
2,190 

2,000 

1.080 

650 

720; 

7.4S0 

985: 

1,000 

2.700! 
1 ,060' 

583j 

665i 

I ,580| 
2,280l 

1 ,60o; 

1 ,590 

2,610; 
525 
905| 

1,120! 

SIOO' 



!,590J 

65 

305 

55 

135 

200 

1,070' 
120 

40; 



30i 
600' 



8601 

510 

3,345 



!,050 

2,945 
120] 

1.215: 

3.300 

205 



1,7.30 
1.2S0 

600 

1.100 

395 
1,245 

7.-0, 
800 

935 

300 

250 

SO 



50 
110 
510 



2,6.S0 
200 
550 

1 190 

1 ,065, 

31)0' 

no 

520 



545] 

, I no 

520 
290 

365 
190 

705 



1.310 

400 

455 

640 

1.900 



Actual Tai 

Paid for 

1910 



Vai for 1910 

Under Single 

Tai Tonid 

Save Been 



3,770 

645 

64S 

70 

190 

100 

640 

1,250 

1,280 

960 

90 
170 
170 
910 
350 

1.200 
625 
720 
710 
115 

lis 

600 
600 

3,245 
15] 

1.250 

12.2.?0 

350 

1.000 

20 

320 

2.035 

2.220 

300' 

400 

1,600 
400 
570 

3,500 
750; 

1,165 
300 

75 
600 
300| 

250 
320 
550 
800 
800 

640' 

1,220 

650, 

750; 

1 ,000' 

935 
780 
540 
2C0, 
7,450 

440 
1.000 
1 .600 

540 

295 
1 

300 
1 .390 
1,575; 
1 .600 
1 ,035 

1 ,300 
125 
450 
480 

3,200 



147.40$ 
12.78 
19.00 
2. SO 

4.88 

4.80 
12.16 
34.81 
29.40 
21.00 

7.88 

4.2s 

4.25 

25.85 

23.75 

18.00 

37.13 

30 . 75 

121.64 

4.20 

4.19 

24.75 

12.00 

105.23 

2.82 

39.44 

310.60 

11.10 

20.00 

.74 

S.3I 
60 23 
52.05 

7.20 
24.00 

64.80 
25 37 
42.66 
89.75 
26.25 

31 SO 
12.60 

7.16 
13.00 
4.50 

4.50 

6.45 

22.00 

12.00 

41.60 

13 44 
85. » 
17.85 
33.15 
32.85 

32 00 
21 .60 
13 00 
21.60 

131.62 

16.74 
16.00 
64.80 
27.04 
14.62 

9.98 
23.70 
34.20 
24.00 
30.92 



41.76 
10 SI 
18.09 
16.80 
76.50 



4,S00 




4 800 


158.40 


2.50 




250 


S.25 


1.800 


675 


1,125 


28. 8C 


2,050 


460 


1.590 


38 95 


3,150 


1 661) 


1,490, 


61.82 


700 




700 


13.65 


1 ..W5 


7S5 


600 


24 92 


5«5 


120' 


465 


16.39 


2.^1' 


10 


210 


7 0(1 


2 OOf 


1 


2,000' 


30 00 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






lores MtiTiitod 


icres UnoultiTated 


Genenl Property iisessments in 1910 


Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Would 
Have Been 


Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Vonld 
Hare Been 


Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 


Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

Bare Been 


Ksme of Tupijtr 


Ko.of 
JLorei 


isstssmtiit 
Per Aore 


Do. of 

lores 


isBOisment 
Per lore 


OnLud 


Buildings It 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
iflsessment 


Miller, Robert .\ 


* 
5 
* 
* 
IS 

10 

5 

* 

6 

140 

* 

* 

50 

2 

18 

5 
8 
15 

15 
3.'J4 

* 

6 
70 

* 
25 
60 

* 

* 
20 

5. 50 
16.90 

* 

5 
13 

* 
+ 
.25 

3 

* 

12 

1.45 
3 

5.17 

* 

12 

15 
17 

* 

2 

3 

25 

2 

2 

26 

.23 
12 

* 

* 

.72 
2.29 
3 
1.50 

11 
10 

25 
12 

* 

35 

5 


i 

100.00 


119 j 
16.82 
69.15 
40 

145 

70 
75 
40 
4 
149 

170 
22.18 
35.51 

None 
8 

12 
28 

6 

2 
66 

24.40 
None 
80 

1.50 
20 

31 

94.34 
143.13 
69 
3 

108.37 
30 
None 
1.60 
80 

None 
17.25 
6.05 

4 
None 

7 
16 
28 
41 

None 

None 

47 

None 

120 

27 

65 

48.20 
40 
20 
38. ,50 

40.68 

17 

95 

38 
153.24 

33.75 
None 
68 
40 
80 

40 

None 
None 
27 
1.50 

28.40 
23 

25.76 
88 
4 

45 
4 
31 
SO 
.50 

80 

165.37 
None 
64.34 
10 


( 25.21 

47.62 

10.00 

5.00 

5.50 

7.50 
9.33 
5.00 
15.00 
8.72 

30.00 
19.83 
25.25 
25.00 
25.00 

25.00 
21.43 
25.00 
25.00 
25.00 

15.98 
40.00 
25.00 
20.00 
20.00 

20.00 
9.54 
20.95 
15.00 
15.00 

20.00 

15.00 

20.00 

100.00 

6.00 

20.00 
11.59 
16.52 
12.50 
100.00 

71.42 
65 00 

28 . 57 

.w.oo 

160.00 

10.00 
11.70 
200.00 
5.00 
5.00 

5.00 
5.00 
10,00 
5.00 
6.23 

6,14 
7.94 
11,57 
10.00 

7.88 

24.44 
347.82 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 

12.50 

402.77 

111.30 

29.62 

20.00 

14.78 
7.83 
14.56 
11.38 
12.50 

8.89 
20.00 

5.00 
60.00 
50.00 

12.00 
25.09 
25.35 
20.00 
20 00 


B 3,000 

1,300 

690 

200 

1,125 

875 
875 
200 
360 
1,740 

14,200 

440 

900 

2,750 

310 

1,290 
655 
425 
490 

2,400 

990 
350 

2,000 
340 

4,075 

620 
2,025 
6,150 
1,035 

45 

2,170 
1,350 

300 
3,540 

480 

600 
800 
100 
50 
125 

800 
1,040 
1,600 
1,310 

435 

165 
595 
I, ,500 
600 
385 

625 
640 
400 
100 
300 

250 
240 

2,000 
450 

1,270 

2,255 
80 

1,160 
400 
800 

500 
355 
900 
980 
120 

860 

430 

1,500 

1,540 

SO 

1,700 

130 

255 

30 

25 

960 
4,300 
1,820 
4,450 

200 


i * 


B 3,000 

1,300 

690 

200 

2,090 

935 

1,000 

200 

510 

2,055 

15,625 

440 

900 

2,800 

810 

1,700 
805 
675 
590 

3,390 

1,285 
450 

2,000 
760 

5,265 

620 

2,805 

7,180 

1,035 

45 

2,170 
1,400 

590 
4,040 

480 

700 
875 
100 
50 
325 

1,000 
1,040 
1,750 
l,.110 
835 

165 
645 
1.625 
600 
385 

825 
790 
400 
100 
465 

250 
340 

2,465 
450 

1,270 

3,110 
380 

1,185 
400 

800 

500 
605 
1,055 
980 
140 

970 

530 

1,500 

1,890 

50 

2,400 

150 

355 

380 

50 

960 
4,300 
2,290 
4,650 

200 


i 

260 


5 3,000 

1.040 

690 

200 

880 

600 
750 
200 
150 
1,395 

9,300 
440 
900 

1,2.50 
250 

750 
620 
300 
250 
2,025 

6.M 
130 

2.000 
1.50 

1,800 

620 

1,140 

4.255 

1,035 

45 

2,170 
750 
110 

1,850 
480 

100 

3.50 

100 

50 

25 

715 
1,040 
1,145 
1,260 

230 

30 

560 

1,035 

600 

195 

400 
325 
400 
100 
250 

250 
160 

1,390 
400 

1,215 

1,460 

80 

800 

400 

800 

500 
290 
255 
890 
60 

580 

260 

740 

1,135 

50 

710 
100 
180 
30 

25 

960 

4.225 
710 

2,480 
200 


i 66.70 

19.50 

15.18 

4.70 

45.98 

20.56 

17.00 

6.20 

8.67 

34.93 

234.38 

6.60 

13.50 

43.60 

13.37 

28.05 
13.28 
11.13 

8.85 
50.85 

31.85 
10.80 
30.00 
16.12 

78.98 

9.92 
70.13 
107.70 

25.88 
1.13 

32,55 
28.00 
15.32 
94.94 
10 08 

13.65 
14,01 

1,60 
80 

8.62 

25 00 
18.72 
26.25 
22.27 
16,71 

2,64 
9.67 
32,50 
9.00 
9 63 

20,63 
19.75 
10 00 
2,50 
11.62 

6.25 
6.80 

49.30 
9.00 

25.40 

51.32 
5.70 
21.32 
10.00 
20.00 

12.50 
11,49 
26.95 
14.70 
2.10 

14 67 

7.95 

,30 00 

47.25 

1.33 

63.59 
3.. 30 
6.39 
5.70 

.75 

19.20 
64.50 
34.35 
74.48 
3 3(1 


S 107.49 


Miller, Robert A 


24.11 


Miller, Robert A 


* 
965 

60 

125 

* 

150 
315 

1,425 
* 
* 
SO 
500 

410 
150 
250 
100 
990 

295 
100 

* 

420 
1,190 

* 

780 
1,030 

* 
* 

* 

50 
290 
500 

* 

100 

75 
* 

200 

200 

* 

150 


21.29 


Miller, Thos 


■ 2i;65 

35.00 
35.00 




6.76 




1,210 

335 
2.50 


28.42 


Miller, Elvira il 


19.37 


Miller, Wm. F 


19.28 


Miller, Pauline 


8.06 


Miller, S. M 


.50.00 
40.00 

65.00 


360 
660 

6,325 


4.14 
38.46 




215.56 




10.20 


Miller, Isaac S 






20.86 


Miller, Soloman , : . . 


55.00 
55.00 

55.00 
55.00 
55.00 
55.00 
50.00 

40.00 
107.69 


1,550 
560 

950 
185 
375 
340 
l,.?65 

655 
320 

6io 

3,465 


30.22 
6.56 


Miller, Solomon L 

Miller, O. I 


16.69 
16.27 


Miller, Obed I. & E. M 

Miller, Rudolph D 


7.87 
5.79 




46.94 


Miller Wm . 


16.30 


Miller, Wm 


5.03 


Miller, Wm. S 


46.36 


Miller, S. S 

MiUer, Samuel (Heirs) 

Miller, Samuel (Heirs) 


51.66 

52.50 


3.77 
41.72 

15.55 


Miller, Edward 


45.00 
52.50 


1,665 

2,925 


46.14 


Miller, Edward B 

Miller, Geo 


98.63 
41.89 


MiUer, Geo 






1.82 


Miller, Geo 




650 

480 
2,190 


50.30 




45.00 

55.00 

200.00 


24.84 


Miller Tillie Mrs 


5.18 


Miller Sarah 


65.16 


Miller, Sarah E 


14.25 


MQler, Sarah E 


120.00 
46.15 


600 
525 


3.89 


Miller, A. 0. & L. C 

Miller A. O. & T.. C 


8.83 
2.53 


Miller \ & L. ('. 






1.26 


Miller, J. G 

Miller, Jacob G 

Miller. Jacob G 


500.00 
100.00 


300 

285 

605 

SO 
605 

1.15 

85 

590 

190 

425 
465 


1.14 

26.8" 
33.4V 


Miller E. E 


66.66 

80.00 

300.00 

55.00 

45.00 

290.13 


26.54 


Millpr E E 


32.99 




400 


6.79 


Miller, S. 0. (Heirs) 

Miller, Theo 


.74 


50 
125 

* 


12.98 


MUler W. H 


30.55 


Miller W H. . 


13.91 


Miller! Wm. & Marie 

Miller F & A. H 


20.83 

20.00 
23.53 


7.08 


200 
ISO 

* 
* 
165 

* 
100 
465 


14.53 


.Miller, Theresa & Robt 


11.80 
14.53 


Miller, Ethel 

MUler, A. E 

Millpr A E 






3.42 


30.00 


215 


8.53 
8.53 




35.00 
.16.00 
35.00 
35.00 

55.00 

347.82 

40.00 


180 

1.075 

SO 

55 

1,650 
300 
385 


4.76 


MiUer, J.M. C 

MiUer, J. M. C 

Millpr T Af C 


42.74 
12.30 




36.13 


MiUer, Obed I. & EUa 

MiUer, S. .*.' Jennie L 


855 

300 

25 

* 

250 
155 

20 

110 
100 


38.31 

1 .85 

22.64 




16.05 


Miller, Carrie 

Miller, Carrie J 

Miller G. P 






32.09 






20.06 


493.05 

393.00 

60.00 

45.00 

40.00 
25.00 
45.00 
45.01 


315 

800 

90 

80 

390 
270 
760 

755 


8.29 


Jliller J J 




Miller, R. B 


20,63 


Miller, John C 


1 .39 
15.01 


MiUer D 4. 


6.03 


VTillor niii'd A 






350 

* 

700 

20 

100 

350 

25 

* 


45.93 


Millur Nnrn 


2. 12 




37.14 
50.00 
20.00 


1,690 

50 

175 

350 

25 


30.11 


MUler! A. M 

Millpr Fred 


3.84 
4.99 


Miller, M. G 

Miller W A 


.70 
.58 




3 
28.41 
60 

* 




27.41 




50.00 
65.00 
52.50 


75 
1,580 
2,170 


97.93 


Miley, Isaac A ^. . . . 


470 
200 

* 


16.46 
61 .58 


Milev, I. A 


5 25 












—55— 















Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hame of Taxpayer 



Acres CultiTated 



Ho. of 
Acres 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



Acres TTncuUiTated 



No. of 
Acres 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



General Propertj Assessments in 1910 



On land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Propertj 



Total 



Singlo Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonld 
EaTO Been 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910Wonld 
laTe Been 



IctnalTir I»i for 1910 
i>.?jf™ Under Single 
^'iit Tax¥on!d 



1910 



EaT8 Been 



Miley, John H.. 

Miley, J. H 

Miley, Wm. J.. 
Miley, W. J.... 
Miley, Maria . . . 



Miley, L. W 

Millard, Mary 

Millard, Mary N 

Millard, J. R. & Dora F.. 
MiUard, Frank 



Millard, S B, W E & C G. 

Milliron, Austin C 

Milstead, Emma E 

Minder, Jacob 

Minder, Elisa 



32 
16 
14 

* 

35 

3, SO 
5.50 

8 
22 



Minsinger, G 

Minainger, Caroline. 
Minsinger, Caroliae. 
Mishler, J. B. & L... 
Mitta, C. E 



Mitts, Jesse E 

Mitts, J. E 

Mitts, J. 3. & Mary E., 

Mitts, J. F. & M 

Mitchell, T.E 



Mitchell, W.L 

Mitchell, Lawrence. 

Mitchell, John 

Mlady, Josef 

Moar, John 



Mochost. August & E., 

Moehnke, Gustina 

Moehnke, Chas 

Moehnke, Ada. C 

Moehnke, David 



Moehnke, Theresa 

Moehnke, Hulda 

Moehnke, Hulda 

Moehnke, John G. & Robt, 
Moehnke, Herman & John. 



Moehnke, Henry 

Moehnke, Henry. . . . 
Moehnke, Michael . . . 
Moehnke, Michael. . . 
Moehnke, Gottfried . 



Moehnke, Albert . . 
Moffitt, Nerius E.. 

Moffitt, N. E 

Moffitt, N.E 

Moffitt, N. E 



Moffatt, J. W . . , 
Moffatt, J. W..., 

MoKer, J. F 

Mohr, Renora F.. 
Mohr, Phillip.... 



Molt, Fred 

Molt, Fred 

Molzan, John 

MoUer, H. P 

Moline, A. O. & M.. 



Molalla Power Co.. . 
Molalla Lumber Co. 
Molalla Lumber Co.. 
Molalla Lumber Co.. 
Molalla Lumber Co.. 



Molalla Lumber Co.. 
MolaUa Lumber Co.. 
Mo alia Lumber Co.. 
Molalla Lumber Co.. 
Molalla Lumber Co.. 

Molalla Lumber Co.. 
Molalla Lumber Co.. 
Molalla Lumber Co.. 
Molalla Lumber Co.. 
Molalla Lumber Co.. 

Molalla Lumber Co.. 
Molalla Lumber Co. 
Molalla lyumber Co.. 
Molalla Lumber Co.. 
Molalla Lumber Co.. 

-Molalla Lumber Co.. 
MolaUa Lumber Co.. 
Molalla Iiumber Co.. 

Monahan, E. Jj 

Monta.gue, J. A . . . 



13 



13 
1.25 

.75 



3.50 
25 
26 
70 



20 



90 
40 



60 

* 

9 



50 



13.87 

* 

10 

* 

.50 



48 



65.00 
55.00 
65.00 



62.10 



31.42 
250.00 



31.25 
40.00 



175.00 



100.00 
59.06 
57.14 



30.00 



50.00 



50.00 



50.00 
150.00 



.50.00 
20.00 



80.00 

38.88 

70.00 
160.00 
160.00 



50.00 



21.43 
20.00 
44.23 
50.00 



35.00 



50.00 
50.00 



50.00 



55.00 

"44'44 

292.00 
500.00 

44.001 
115.381 
50.00 

I02.7,?| 

"w.im 



20.83 
Timber 



Timbei' 



20.00 
2<».0o 



3S.00( 

.J 



3.23 
72.25 
26.16 

8 
46.75 

None 
None 

25 

72 

47.22 

None 

80 
None 

14 

15 

158 
151 

80 
22 
40 

30 

40.77 

57 

None 

31.73 

27.50 
158 
5 

15.67 
32.03 

39.40 

None 

None 

120 

18 

40 
4 
IIS 
60.61 

68 

3 
40 

46.06 
111.69 
40 

40 
20 
46,40 
3. SO 
31.75 

None 
None 

15 
None 

44 

.None 
2 

68.33 

40 
None 

.77 

160 

320 

40 

116.50 

160 

40 

1,420 

130 

40 

269.75 



onlv 
160 

297 

302 

40 

80 

640 

80 
92 
20 
16 
150 



00$ 



30 

24.92 

30.00 

25.00 

29.36 

30.00 

125.45 

110.00 

S.OO 

6.98 

60.00 
6.25 
75.00 
20.00 
20.00 

IS. 19 
5.30 
6.25 
25.00 
19.62 

20.00 
19,62 
20.00 
35.00 
5.50 

20.00 
5.06 
60.00 
30.31 
11.70 

20.55 
80.00 
80.00 
10.00 
16.67 

20.00 
6.25 
10.87 
14.02 
10.29 

10.00 
8.75 
10.86 
10.74 
12.50 

10.00 
IS. 00 
17.24 
114.28 
11.02 

292.00 

300.00 

10.00 

70.00 

20.00 

60.00 

60.00 

8.04 

15.00 

100.00 

32.47 
15.00 
15.00 
15.00 
20.00 

15.00 
25.00 
20 00 
20.00 
20.00 

18.53 



21.87 

16.83 
21.99 
25.00 

23.75 
21.88 

24.00 
21.74 
20.00 
18.75 

5 no 



2,170 
2,680 
1,690 
200 
3,555 

110 
1,375 
2,750 

610 
1,210 

4,700 
SOO 
500 

1,225 
700 

2.400 

2,750 

500 

950 

800 

3,100 
800 

1,890 
20 
175 

640 
840 
300 
1,355 
725 

1,710 
200 
120 

1,200 
400 

800 

100 

1,750 

2,000 

4,200 

30 

1,050 

500 

5,700 

2,500 

2,400 
300 

4,100 
400 
750 

1,800 
350 

1,250 
750 

2,680! 

1 ,425 
L20 
950 
600! 
100 

25 

2,400 

4,800 

600 

2,320 

2,400 

I.OOU 

28,400 

2,600 

800 

6,000 
400 
3,410 
I.OOO 
3,500 

5,460 
7,000 
1.000 
1,900 
14,000 

1,920 

2,240 

400 

465 

800 



420$ 

300 

330 

32S 

40 

245 

t 

75 
355 

1,030 

100 
695 



400 



745 
95 



770 
535 



SO 
40 

245 
25 

150 

150 

2,025 

695 



265 

100 

100 

1.610 



200 



550 

87Si 



695 
150 



ISO 
1,650 
360 
225 
770 

130 

230 

ISO 



300 



200 
100 



250 



2,590$ 
2,980 
2,020 
200 
3,880 

ISO 
1,620 
2,750 

68S 
1,565 

5,730 
SOOj 
6001 

1 ,920i 

700; 

2,400 
3,150, 

soo! 

1,695 

895; 

3,870 

800 

2,425' 

20 

175; 

690 
880 
300 



1 .950 
2,000 
I,6l0 
975' 
3,450 

1,S5S! 

120, 
1,180; 

6001 

2S0 

25. 

2,400 . 

4.800 . 

600 

2,320 . 

2.40d- . 

1 .000; , 

28,400; . 

2,6i.n' . 

800, 
I 
6,300 

400. 
3,400|, 
1,000 . 
3, SCO, . 



5,660! 
7,1001 

i.ooo' 

1,900 
14,000 

1,920 

2,240 

400 

715 

soo! 



1,535 
780 
815 



,470 



45 
930 



28S 
1,080 

3,090 



225 

1,320 

260 


" ■ ■ '2,06s 


945 
95 


2,270 


985 
15 


100 

70 



1,600 
7S0 


795 
270 


1,860 
350 

T;200 
1,095 


785 

250 

2,085 

" 795 


800 




365 
1,850 
2,100 
5,810 


320 

3,30 

885 

4,390 


30 




1,250 
SOO 


725 


6,250 

3,375 


4,085 
2,37S 


3,093 


2,29S 



300 

4,250 2,415 
400 
750 300 



150, 

1,775 

1,210 

520I 

1,850 

725' 



550 



410 



275 
100 



65 



360 



1,05S 
2,200 
1,205 
200 
2,410 

105 

690 

2,750 

400 

485 

2,640 
SOO 
375 
600 
440 

2,400 

1.145 

500 

750 

800 

1,600 
800 

1,440 

S 

175 

590 
810 
300 
805 
480 

1,075 
100 
60 

1 ,200; 
3001 

8OO; 

4Si 

1,520; 

1,215; 

1,420 

30! 
525 
500! 

2.165! 

1,000 

800: 

300 

1,835 

400 

450| 

1,800 
225! 
400 
455 

1.600 

830 
I20I 
630; 
600 

SO 

25 

2,400 

4,800 

600 

2,320 

2,400 

1,000 

28,400 

2,600 

800 

5,890 
400 
3,400 
1,000 
3,500 

5,385 
7,000 
1,000 
1,900 
14,000 

1,920 

2,175 

400 

355 

800 



38.85 
44.70 
30.30 
3.20 
58.20 

2.2s 

42.92 

100.38 

13.69 

34.43 

146.11 
12.50 
11.40 
32.64 
11.90 

36.00 
47.25 
7.50 
25.42 
13.43 

58.05 
12.00 
36.37 

.52 
4.57 

10.35 
22.00 
7. 65 
31.40 
16.50 

27,90 
6.83 
41.82 
18.00 
16,43 

12.40 
5.48 
29. SS 
31.50 
87.15 

.63 
18.75 
10.00 
93.75 
50.63 

50.42 
6.60 
93.50 
14.60 
16.50 

63.38 
36.00 
35.42 
22.43 
51.75 

35.76 
2.76 

23.60 
9.00 
4.SU 

.S3 

50.40 

100.80 

10.80 

41.76 

43.68 
18.20 
SI6.88 
47.32 
18.40 

144.90 

9.20 

78.20 

23.00 

52.50 

95.88 

163.30 

IS. 00 

34.20 

210.00 

40.32 
39.20 
6.00 
12.02 
I2.00I 



$ 



149.27 

224.56 

23.18 

52.67 

324.52 

66.40 

57.60 

9.27 

9.44 

I8:s.j 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Kune of Tupa7tr 



icres CnltinM 



No. of 
iores 



Assessment 
Per A ore 



Monckton, R. H 

Montandoa, August. . . 
Montgomery, Ida L.. . . 
Montgomery. Susie M.. 
Moor, Casper 



Moore, R. J 

Moore, J. W 

Moore, J. W 

Moore & Babeock. 
Moore, M. E 



Moore, Anna 

Moore, D. J. (Trustee). 
Moore, W. H.&H. A.. 

Moore, 0. W. 

Moore, C. C 



Moore, W. I, 

Moores, Chas. B.. 

Moores, C. B 

Mooney , Mary . . . . 
Mooney, Thos^F.. 

Mooney, Geo. H.. 

Moody, S. F 

Morey, Fred P — 

Morey, W. M 

Morey, Clara E.. . 



Morey, Clara E 

Morey, Clara E 

Moran. Chas 

Morand, W. A. & A. L.. 
Morand, Wm 



Morley, John L 

Morley, Geo 

Morley, Geo. W. & Jerome 

Morrison, A.J 

Morrison* Ellen D 



Morrison, F. E 

Morrison, F. E 

Morse, Frank E 

Morse, E. P 

Morgan, Edward H.. 



Morgan, E. H 

Morgan, Wm. G.. 
Morris, .Tames O.. 

Morris, M. L 

Morris, Wm. M... 



Morris, Edward M 

Morris, Helen S 

Morris, Helena Mrs 

Morris, Otis G. & Johanna 
Morris, Mary A 



Morris, Mary F.. 
Morris, Mary F.. 

Morris, .T. E 

Morris, J. D 

Moribi, Helen . . , 



Morrow Land Co.. 
Morrow Ijand Co.. 
Mortenson, Wm . . 
Morteuson, Wm. . 
Mortenson, Wm. . 



Mortenson, .Tames. 

Mortenson, J. C 

Moss, R. E 

Moss, R. E 

Moses, Elisha 



1 
15 
30 
11 

8 

19 

4,'! 



.SO 
5 

' " * 
21.47 



14 

5 



S 
20 



IS 
25 



4.50 

« 

9 
6 

14 
4S 
17 

3.50 
20 

IS 
2 
S 
3 



10 

3.50 
39 
25 

4 

10 
2 
4 



40.00 
50.00 
,50.00 
60.00 
50.00 

85.25 
40.00 



400.00 



90,00 

Assessed 



30 



Mostul, Thomas 100 

Moser, Leonard 7 

Moser, Fred J 

Moser, Fred 50 

Moser, Samuel 45 



10 
20 
36 
30 
12 



Moser, Gottfried 

Moser, John f Heirs) 

Moser, John (Heirs) 

Mosher, Danl. H & MaudO 
Mosher, Waiter L 



Mosher, L 

Mosier, Fred 

Moshberger, Laura & Julius 
Moshberger, Laiu'a & Julius 
Moshberger, Albert & Louis 

Moshberger, Albert & Louis 

Moshberger, John F 

MoM, Ellas E 

Motejf, Albert 

Mount, Hugh S 



40 



45 
4 



60 
10 

4 



60.55 



50,00 



107.14 
60.00 



100,00 
10.00 



40.00 
155.25 



150.00 



250.00 



105.55 



25.00 
80.00 

SO. 00 

50.00 

l.SO.OO 

114,28 

50,00 

50,00 
50,00 
40.00 
40.00 



50.00 
107.14 
51,28 
50,00 
200,00 

55,00 
SSOO 
20,00 



60,00 



50,00 
85 00 



80.00 



50.00 
28.57 



60,00 
60,00 

65,00 
65.00 

65 on 

55,00 
50,00 



Acres UsoultiTated 



Mo. of 
Acres 



Asiessmeut 
Per Aore 



Genei^ Property Assessments in 1910 



On Lsnd 



10.55$ 
30 
76,74 
4,89 
88.80 

None 
254 
160 
160 

None 



50,00 



40,00 
52,50 



SSOO 
55.00 
25.00 



9.47$ 
20,00 
18.24 
19. .50 
11.26 

13.00 
9.05 
8,75 

10,00 
400,00 



14,59 

by State 
60 
None 
25 

33 

15,45 

27,20 

3 

9 

13,50 

120.70 

4.20 

81.55 

38.86 

96,15 
492.84 
1.1 
10 
10 

160 

.50 

160 

112.19 

4 

26 
36 

28 

2.50 
137 

57,27 

38 

74 

81.68 

80 

40 

6.50 
81 
10 

2,32 

30.14 

2 
76 
16 
38,60 

40 

160 

3 

60 
219.40 



21, 

2 
200 
280 



50 



106.40 
73 
40 
77 
68,19 

None 

20 

4 

23 

28 

81 
20 
20 
105 
19 

80 
99 

41. i; 

116 
160 



140 
1,350 
2,900 

755 
1 400 

1,620 
4,100 
1,400 
1,600 
200 



20.56 
Tax Com 
61.66 
49.84 
30.00 

15.15 

245.95 

100,00 

33.33 

20.00 

60.00 
3.15 
20.00 
14.71 
49.87 

49.92 
60.87 
180.18 
22.00 
17.00 

1.87 

50.00 

1.87 

6.90 

40.00 

20.00 
20.00 
60.00 
60.00 
13.88 

10.48 
15.00 
14.86 
14.69 
20.00 

20,00 
61.60 
12,34 
20,00 
107.75 

24.88 
25.00 
4,61 
30.00 
18.65 

11.25 
6.06 
6,66 
6.00 
6.15 

16,74 
30,00 
20,00 
15,00 
5.00 

15.00 
6.84 
20.00 
20,00 
14,95 

20,00 
20,00 
20,00 
15,00 
20.00 

15.00 
20,00 
15,00 
12,38 
25.00 

25.00 
25.00 
19.94 
5.00 
15,00 



750 

mission 

3,700 

l,.?00 

750 

8S0 
3,800 
2,720 
1,600 

480 

1,610 

580 

840 

1,800 

5,820 

10,800 

30,000 

450 

220 

170 

300 
500 
300 
1,000 
640 

1,220 
2,970 
4,230 
550 
2,900 

1,350 
670 
1,300 
1,320 
1,600 

1,300 
775 
3,000 
1,450 
1,050 

1,300 
160 

430' 

480; 
2,520 

450 

1,000 

20 

360 
1,350 

1,260 

740 

4,000 

4,200 

400 

6,600 

700 

800 

4,540 

3,720 

650 
1,700 
2,420 
1,995 
1,160 

1,215 
2,400 

300 
3 100 

685 

2,000 
5,775 
1,370 
680 
2,400 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



25 
755 
780 
200 
100 

575 
500 



SO 



95 



320 
50 



250 
50 



425 



4,000 

* 

250 



350 



300 
130 



1,315 
'360 



345 



50 



320 
75 
250 
130 
260 



220 



800 
465 



125 



1,235 

25 

330 

1,000 

1,025 

865 
100 
200 



295 



300 



200 
570 



,015 
160 



Total 



SingloTai 
Exeniptionfl 
1910 Would 
EaT( Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Tonld 
Bave Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tai for 1910 

Under Single 

lai Would 

Hare Been 



165,$ 
2,105 
3,680 

955 
1,500 

2.195 
4,600 
1,400 
1,600 
200 



800 



3,700 

1,300 

750 

945 
3,800 
2,720 
1,920 

530 

1,860 
630 
840 

2,225 
5,820 

14,800 

30,000 

700 

220 

170 

300 
850 
300 
1,300 
770 

1,220 
4,285 
4,230 
5S0 
3,260 

1,350 
1,015 
1,300 
1,370 
1,600 

1,620 
850 
3,2.S0 
1,580 
1,310 

1,300 

380 

430 

1,280 

2,985 

450 

1,000 

20 

360 
1,350 

1,260 

865 

4,000 

4,200 

400 

7,835 
725 
1,130 
5,540 
4,745 

1,515 
1,800 
2,620 
1,995 
1,455 

1,215 
2,700 
300 
3,300 
1,255 

2,000 
6,790 
1,530 
680 
2,400 



.55$ 

1,205 

1,735 

645 

4)0 

1,950 
1,895 



410 



230 



340 



1,315 
2S0 



570 
185 



805 
2,630 



8,005 



320 



600 



465 
370 

420 
2,665 
1,530 

190 
1,080 

595 
415 
120 
135 



620 
235 
1,770 
880 
630 

295 

280 

65 

800 

1,615 



600 
565 



4,735 

180 

330 

3,000 

3,050 

1,315 
1,000 
1,820 
1,200 
655 



1,500 



1,445 
630 



2,815 

510 

80 



110$ 
900 

1,945 
310 

1,090 

245 
2,705 
1,400 
1,600 

200 

390 



3,700 

1,070 

750 

605 
3,800 

2,720 
605 
280 

1.290 

445 

840 

I 420 

3,190 

6.795 

30,000 

380 

220 

170 

300 
250 
300 
835 
400 

800 
1,620 
2,700 

360 
2,180 

755 

600 

1,180 

1,235 

1,600 

1,000 
615 

1,480 
700 
680 

1,005 
100 
365 
480 

1,370 

450 

1,000 

20 

360 
1,350 

660 

300 

4,0o0 

4,200 

400 

3,100 

545 

800 

2,540 

1,695 

200 
800 
800 
795 
800 

1,215 
1,200 

300 
1,855 

625 

2,000 
3,975 
1,020 
600 
2,400 



3,62 
31 58 
55,20 
14,33 
25.50 

46,09 
92,00 
30,80 
28,80 
6.50 

18.40 



72.56 
26,00 
11.25 

20,79 
60,80 
99,28 
44.16 
12.06 

47.42 
12,60 
15,96 
44.49 
1)0.60 

281.20 

564,00 

14,00 

3,74 

2,89 

6,00 
19,55 

6,00 
32.50 
IS. 01 

20.13 
64,28 
76,14 
12,65 
81.50 

33,75 
15.23 
26.00 
35,62 
27.20 

24,30 
26.35 
48.75 
23.70 
47.81 

19.50 
5,71 
10,32 
19.20 
83.58 

11 ,25 

25,00 

.44 

7,92 

29.70 

21,42 

16,92 

80.00 

105,00 

9,40 

133.19 
12.33 
17,6 
83,10 

73.88 

22,73 
27,00 
39,30 
49,87 
24,01 

30,38 
45.90 
4.50 
49,50 
18,83 

30,00 
101.85 
22,95 
13.60 
43 68 



—67- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Keiine of Taxpajar 



Moulton, Clarence E 

Moulton, Geo. A. & Jessie. 

Moulton, Kva L 

Mountain Irrigation Co. . . 
Mountain IiTigation Co . . . 



Mountain Irrigation Co. 
Mountain IrriKatioa Co. 
Mountain Irriscation Co . 

Mowrey, A. C 

Mowrey, .\. C 



Mowrey, A. C 

Mowrey, A. C 

Mowrey, A. C 

Mowrey, \. C 

Mowry , Harry & Mary H . 

Mowrey, .John C. & J. M. 

Mowery, .Jacob S 

Moxley, Albert 

Moynihan, Daniel 

Mt. Hood Co 



Mt. Hood Co. 
Mt. Hood Co. 
Mt. Hood Co. 
Mt. Hood Co. 
Mt. Hood Co. 

Mt. Hood Co. 
Mt. Hood Co. 
Mt. Hood Co. 
Mt. Hood Co. 
Mt. Hood Co. 

Mt. Hood Co. 
Mt. Hood Co. 
Mt. Hood Co. 
Mt. Hood Co. 
Mt. Hood Co. 



Mt. Hood Co 

Mt. Hood Co 

Mt. Hood Land Co.. 
Mt. Hood Land Co.. 
Mt. Hood Ry. Co... 



Mt. Hood Ry. Co 

Mt. Hood Ry. Co 

Mt. Hood Ry. Co 

Mt. Hood Ry. Co 

Mt. Hood Electric Co. 



Mt. Scott Park Cemetery 
Corporation 

Mt. Scott Park Cemetery 
Corporation 

Mudgett, Frank 



Mudgett, Frank 

Mudgett, Frank 

Muecke, A. C. (Heirs) . 

Muecke, Anna 

Muecke, G 



Mueller, G.R 

Mueller, Franklin E. & K., 

Mueller, Franklin 

Mueller, Franklin „ 

Muellbr, W. F 



Mueller, M 

Muessig, Adclbert & M. K. 

Mulloy, P. H 

Mulkev, A. H 

Mulkey, Mary & M. F 



Mullan, S. L 

Mullan, lOlgiva. . . . 

Mullan, T. S 

Mullan, Elizabeth. 
Mullan Francis F.. 



Mulligan, Thos 

Mulvany, Delia M 

Mulvany, John N 

Mulvany, Rosa M 

MuUenboff, J. A. & E.. 



Multnomah Mohair Mill?.. 
Multnomah Mohair Mills.. 

Mumpower, J. G 

Mumpower, .1. G 

Mumpower, "W. E 



Mumpower, "W. E.. . 
Mumpower, L. D.... 
Mumpower, L. D . . . 
Mumpower, Ij. D. . . 
Mumpower. .Tnlia A. 



icr«s GnltlTated 



No. of Issessment 
iorea PerAcn 



S.S8 
25 



30 

* 

7 
18 
10 



25 



40 

25 

13 

\2 

200 



.20 



197.13 
'56:66 



50.00 



60.00 
44.44 
42,50 



60.00 



30.00 



35.00 
33,33 



iores TTncultiTated 



No. of 
iarea 



34.00 
25.00 



85. oo; 

25.00 

23 . 0.S 
25,00 
65 00 



35.00 

34.00; 

35.00! 

30 00 

I 

39 . 58 
SO^OO 



175.00 
183.33; 
500.00' 
175.00, 



45.70 
35.00 
40.00, 
45.00 



60.00 

52.22 



57.40 

57.50 
58.00! 

52,28' 



40 
None 
10.78 
58.92 
67.30 

105 
82.20 
133 
197 
230 

8 
200 

10 
440 

10 

36.64 

2 
40 
40 
80 

80 

9.40 
1,54 
200 

32 

120 

42.50 

34 
109.72 

43.45 

SO 

58.37 
296 
158 



165.71 
80 
70 

no 

6.59 

5 

12.92 
115 
40 
10 



160 

55 
35 

32 

23 
120 

14 
120 

80 
220 
85 
70 
70 

56 
45 
50 

6.20 
73.81 

5 
3 
29.50 

None 
3 

.43 
60 
15.50 
30.50 

55 



,25 

2.50 

S9 

20 

II 

2.26 
12.50 
60 
70 

25 



Genenl Fropertj Issossments in 1910 



Asaessmeat 
Per Acre 



On Land 



10.00$ 
100.00 
9.28 
13.57 
14.85 

11.90 
10.00 
10.00 
15.00 
10.87 

30.00 
25.00 
5.00 
28.97 
20.00 

19. S 
80.00 
8.75 
12,00 
10,00 

12,00 
13.29 
8.44 
25.00 
21.87 

8.33 
16.47 

8.82 
10.03 
10.00 

8.00 
8.02 
8.45 
6.96 
8.00 

18.10 
12.50 
10.00 
5.00 
14.41 

10.00 
3.87 
10.00 
15.00 
12.00 



31.25 

30.00 
6 86 

7.50 
IS 22 
30.00 
30.00 



20.00 

12.50 
8,63! 

II ,76 
9,00 

7,85 

10 71 
20,00 
15,00 
145.16 
12.05 

150.00 
110.00 
105.08 
500.00 
110.00 

406.97 
11.66 
14.84 
11.80 
12.72 

300.00 

280.00 

10.17 

17.15 

11.82 

15.48 
20.00 
20.00 
16.42 
15 00 



400 
1,100 

100 
2,200 
1,000 

2,750 
825 
1,750 
3,755 
2,925 

240 

5,000 

50 

12,750 

200 

845 
160 
350 
480 
800 

960 
125 

1,420 

5,000 

940 

1,000 
700 
300 

1,975 
435 

400 
1,170 
3,300 
1,100 

640 

3,000' 
1,000: 
1 .040. 



Boildings & 
Poraonal 
Property 



300 

25 



Total 
Asflessment 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonld 
lavt Been 



865 . 



750 
660 
5,750 
100 
680 

175 
2,300 
1,630 
1 ,360 
1,825 

75 

700 

600 

1,250 

600 

3S 
1 ,685 
2,350 
1,730 
2.205 



300 



SO 
200 



15 



80 
100 



250 



400 t 
100 



7S0 
95 


50 

* 


50 

50 

1,150 

120 


* 
* 

* 
* 


5,000 


* 


5,050 





540 

650, 50 
1 6,600! 2,860 

420! * 
2,400 * 




400,$ . 
1, 1 251 

100. . 
2,500, 
1, 0251 

3,050 

825 - . 
1,750 
3,805 
3,125 



Single Tax 



240 

5,000! 

SO 

12,750; 

200, 

860 95, 

160 

350 ' 

480 

800 

960 

125 

1 ,500! 1 .50 

5,000 . . , 

1 ,040 1 6S 

1 ,000 

700 

300 

2,225, 875' 

435 i 

i 1 
1 ,970| 940 

3,400 695' 

1,100 

640 i 

3,000 

1 ,000 

1,140 340 
800 210 

95 

i ! 

50 [ 

5f> 

1,15-- 

600 

120 



5,000 . 

5,050 
865 

540 

700 

19,460 

420 

2,400, 

1,000 
2,700 
3,290 
980 
1,120 

1,750 
900 

1,670 
940 

890! 

840' 

680 

6,055: 



195 
680 


951 
130 


175 




2,350 
1,875 
1,830 
2,420 


1,240 
1,050 
1,175 
1,400 


75 




700 




725 
1,495 

835 


125 
885 
600 


no 

1 .685 
2,350 

3,245 
2.S.';5 


75 

935 

7,50 

1 ,935 

1 ,655 



1910 Wonld 
Have Been 



565 



1,360 

25; 

1 ,445; 

350; 
580' 
515 



2,200 

455 

205 

170; 

9,860 



630 

1 .705 

260 

490 

89S| 

695 
40 



90i 
I30i 

1.385' 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Woald 

Bare Been 



400 

560 

100 

1,140 

1,000 

1,605 
825 
1,400 
3,225 
2,610 

240 

5,000 

50 

12,750 

200 

765 
160 

3so; 

480' 
800 

960 

125 

l,3S0 

5,000 

875 

1,000 
700 
300 

1,350 
435 



2,705 

1,100 

640 

3,000 

1,000 

800 

590 

95 

50 

50 

1,150 

600 

120 



5,000 

2,850 
410 

335 
530 

9,600 
420 

2,400 

1,000 

2,070 

1,585 

720 

630 

855 
900 
975 
900 
890 

750 
550 
4,670 
100 
5S0 

175 

1,110 

825 

655 

1,020 

75 
700 
600 
610 
235 

35 

7.50 

1,600 

1,3101 
900': 



8 


00 


16 


87 


2 


5(1 


37 


50 


16 


89 


47.281 


13 


61 


28 


Oil 


90 


86 


80 


75 


3 


84 


125 


OC 


1 


25 


318 


75 


3 


00 


12 


90 


4 


08 


7 


00 


12.001 


12.00 


14 


40! 



I 89 

22 50 

76 00 

IS 60, 

15 00 
10.50 

4,56 
33 83 

6 55j 

29 . 95! 

51,70 

16 ,50 
9 60 

45.00! 
15.00 
22.80, 
20.00! 
I 43 

.76 

.76; 

1 7 . 481 

9.00 

I ,83 



75,00 

128.78! 
12.981 

8.10 

10.50 

291.90 

6,30 

37.65 

17.00 
45.90 
69.09 
16.66 
19.04: 

26 . 25; 
13 SOi 
27 55 
18.80 
13,35 

30.66 

24.82 

221 .00 

5.17 

24.82 

5.69 
58.75 
.30.0 
29.28 
51.06 

1.20 
11.20 
12.69 
26.16 
15.49 

1.93 

25.28 
35.25 
48.67 

38 3.V, 



— 5S— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hune of laipajer 



icree CultiT&ted 



Bo.of 
icreB 



Per Acre 



Acres UncultiTated 



lo.of 



Mumpower, Julia A * iS 

Munipower, .Julia A , 1 

Munj^er, D. C i 2 

llunly, llary N ■ -12 60, 

Munsey. A.N 



Mundhenke, Walter F 27 

Mundhenke, Ida "M * 

Mundhenke, Ida M 10 

Muralt, Christian | * 

Muralt, Christian 



Muralt, Christian 

Murray, Agnes 

Murray, Edward & N . M. 
Murray, Edward & N . il 
Murray, .John 



Murray, Walter R.. 
Murphy, Harriet F.. 
Murphy, H. I-. E... 
Murphy, H. L. E. . . 
Murphy, C. W 



Musa, Helen 

Musa, Mary & John 

Myers, Chas. H. & C. H. 

Myers, Geo. W 

Myers, G. W 



Myers, M.H 

Myers, W. E 

Myers, J. G. F.... 
Mvers, J. G. F.. . . 
Myers, J. G. F.... 

Myers, J. G. F.,.. 
Myers, Adolphus. 

Myers, Fred 

Myers, Fred 

Myers, E. E 



Myers, Anuettie 

Myers, Lawrence G . . . . 

Myers. W. W 

Myten, H. M. & L. N . 
McAyeal, Clarence R. . 
McAyeal, Clarence R. . 

McArthur, M. N 

McArthur, David 

McArthur, Isabel 

McArthur, Isabel 

McArthiu-, I. S 



McBeath. Mai-j--. 
MoBride, F. T.... 
McBride, F. T.. .. 
McBride, G. M.... 
McBride, Geo. W. 



McBride, D. B 

McBride. D. B 

McCann, P. J.. Mrs.. 

McCann, Chas 

McCabe, Edward L. 



McCabe, Francis. . . 
McCabe, Thos. F... 

McCabe, Thos 

McCabe, Wm. Leo. 
McClung, A. J 



McConnell. Chas 

McConnell, Aaron 

McConnell, J. E. C. &C... 
McConnell, J. B.C. AC... 
McConnell, Jas. E. (Heii-s) 



McConnell, !J. J 

McConnell, Ira 

McConnell, Miles 

McConnell, Geo. W.. 
MoCully, Alfred 



McCracken, Ryh-ia . . 
MoCully, Alfred & V. 

MoCord, J. W 

McCarthy, J. J 

McCarthy, Mary L. . 



McCarthy, Mary L 

McCarthy, Thos. & M. L.. 
McCarey, Emma, ?'Irs. . . . 

McCubbins, Laura 

McCalman, Adrian 



25 

8 

27 



I 

37 SO 
IS 
1 

-ti ! 

17 i 



McClincey, Edwin S. (Heirs 

McCormick, C 

MeCormick, Michael 

McCormick, Michael 1 

McCormick. Ida E 



I 



6 
20 

2 
.10 
35 



7 30 
32 
18 
45 
60 

20 
18 
60 
8 
30 



55 on 

00 0(1 
I 50 , 00, 



63 00] 
70.00 



SO. 00 
55 . 55 
50 00, 

(>5 00, 

280 OOi 

"40.00i 



00. OOi 

150 on] 

77 78 
45.00 



I 


iso.ool 


* 






3 


so 


00 


SO 


so 


00 


30 


so 


00 


71 


49 


30 


12 


SO 


on 


30 


50 


no 


20 


50 


on 


9.20 


-">» 


91 


10 


100 


00 


35 


75 


0(1 


SO 


70 


0(1 


22 


ss 


0(1 


5 


30 


00 


* 






* 






2 


80 


00 


* 






* 




35 


61 


42 


12 


80 


00 


45 


40.00 


15 


70 


00 


1 


sno 


00 


7.20 


III 


II 


51 


17 


64 


1 50 


200 


(Kl 


2 


3.50 


00 


IS 


22 


22 


* 






* 






10 


30 


00 



225 00 

45 2(> 
65.00 
50.00 
50.00 
50.00 

SO. 00 



45.83: 
60.00 

(50.00 
(iO.OO 
I OS. 70 



48.48 

SI . 79; 
50.00 
90.00 
59.00 
46.66 

65.00 

44.45 
37.00 

3 7.. 501 
55 noi 



AsBessmant 
Per Acre 



General Property Assessmeats in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings & 1 
Personal 
Property J 



Total 



50 

7.70 
6.S2 

None 
.7S 

19.70 
12.53 
,W . SO 
15 
40 

None 
I 



25 

.25 
21 .33 
80 
81.29 
IS. 00 

40 

38 . 2 

23.59 
22.10 

Xone 
40 

73.77 
10 
S9 

12. 9S 
IS. 07 
10 
240 

None 

20 

45.7, 
239 

3.12 
101 
40 
103 99 
I. SO 
56 

1 .SO 
67.39 

2 
2S4 
160 
16.29 

None 

Xone 
None 
None 
None 
62 

160 
40 
70 

40 
None 

None 
7 

8.66 
47 
29.74 

3.20 
10 
10 

44 

None 

4.27 

23 

46.16 

120 

10.50 

.None 

42 

22 

65 
180.40 

144 
23 

100 
33. 2S 
1 9 52 



14.00$ 
18.18 
24.61 
100.00 
65.00 

20.30 
SS.80 
22. 9S 
40.00 
45.00 

IS. 00 
20.00 
9.38 
12,00 
30.00 

160.00 
IS. SO 
3.75 
4.92 
10.00 

2. SO 
20.00 
7S.00 

2S.43 
9.95 

75.00 
8.00 
17.60 
17.00 
17.97 

17.00 
16.58 
20.00 

ici.oo 

175.00 

SO. 00 

21.86 

11.88 

24.03 

S.9S 

6.25 

5.11 

,33.33 

20.00 

26.66 

16.02 

35.00 
9.05 

8. 75 

24.55 

200.00 

80.00 

80.00 

150.00 

200.00 

5.24 



40.00 

10.00 
30.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 

20. 2S 
20.00 
20.00 
15.34 
2S.00 

18.74 
25.00 
39.00 
10.00 
19.04 

19.86 
20.23 
30.00 
13.46 
8.3 

,30.00 
IS.OC 
9.00 
12. OC 
26, 38 



700$ 

195 

280 

6,390 . 

SO 

2,100 
300 

1 ,400 , 
600 

1,800 

2,000 

520 

700 

60 

1 ,400 . 

70. 
330 
300 
400 
350 

100 
2,265 
1,200 
2,700 

310 

ISO 

320 

l,4S0 

2,670 

S,I00 

3,720 . 
900 
1,700 
3,400. 
2,750 

2,600 

3,625 

8,440 

1,285 

7S0 

2S0 

S40 

210 

1,120 

40 

3,230 

1,030 
4,100 
1,400 
8,450 
500 

800. 
6,000 
300 
700 

725 

400 
160 
S80 
160 

225 

1,700 
1,380 
220. 
2,990 
1,430 

IIS . 
200 
200 
950. 
1,200 

200. 
2,375 
5,S00 
1,200 
1 ,800 . 

400 
2,4S0 
2,280 
3,530 
4,300 . 

S,620 
1,145 
3,120 
700 
2. 1 65 



200 
40 



250 



570 

300 
135 
I9S 



100 
15 



335 

200 

SO 

75.00 

200 

l,02S 
400 
175 



480 
200 



600 

200 
375 
200 
300 
50 



195 



ISO 



2,405 
500 



600 
100 



440 



310 
400 



430 

525 



250 
600 



SOO 
1,140 



100 
465 
37S 
100 



300 
23S 
ISO 
55 
90S 



Single Tai 
Exemptions 
1910 Would 
Have Been 



Single Tai 



1910 Would 
Have Been 



700 


$ 


$ 


39S 

320 

6,390 

SO 


235 

110 

2,130 




2,350 
300 


1,420 




1,400 

600 

2,370 


590 

570 




2,300 

655 

895 

60 


1 ,925 
455 
520 




1,400 


350 




70 
330 


30 




400 
400 
365 


100 

ios 




100 
2,600 
1,400 
2,750 

385 


l',33S 

800 

1 ,485 

145 




350 
320 


275 




2,475 
3,070 
8,275 


I,i25 
2,050 
4,340 




3,720 
1,380 
1,900 
3,400 
3,3S0 


2,295 
880 

1,100 
800 

1,740 




2,800 
4,000 
8,640 
I.S8S 
800 
250 


1,300 

2,235 

4,810 

930 

170 




540 
405 

1,120 
40 

3,380 


290 



1,740 




3,435 
4,600 
1,400 
9,050 
600 


2,945 
1,895 

■ ■ ■ ' 5,825 
400 




800 
6,440 
300 
775 
800 


225 

2,360 

75 

375 

380 




400 
160 







890 
160 


570 




625 


SSS 




2,130 
1,905 
220 
3,240 
2,030 


1,755 
1,155 
30 
1,480 
1,095 




lis 

200 


30 




200 






9S0 
1,805 


IS5 
1,305 




200 
2,875 
6,640 
1,200 
1,800 


85 
1,450 
3,475 

970 




SOO 
2,915 
2,655 
3,630 
4,300 


3SS 
1,415 
1,455 
2,150 
2,300 




5,920 
1,380 
3,270 
755 
.1.070 


1,000 
765 

l,S30 
260 

l.7/iE 





Actual Tai 

Paid for 

1910 



Tai for 1910 

Under Sinele 

Tai Would 

Have Been 



700 

160 

210 

4,260 

50 

930 
300 
SIO 
600 
1,800 

375 

200 

375 

60 

1,050 

40 
330 
300 
400 
200 

100 

1,265 

600 

1.265 
240 

75 

320 

1,350 

1,020 

3,935 

1 ,425 

SOO 

800 

2,600 

1,610 

1,500 

1,765 

3,8.30 

605 

630 

250 

540 

115 

1,120 

40 

1,640 

490 
2,705 
1,400 
3,225 

200 

575 
4,080 
225 
400 
420 

400 
160 
320 
160 
40 

375 
750 
190 
1,760 
935 

85 
200 
200 
765 
SOO 

115 
1,425 
3,165 
1,200 

830 

145 
1,500 
1,200 
1,480 
2,000 

4,920 
615 

1,440 
49S 

t ..305 



12.25 

6.91 

8.00 

116.62 

1.20 

47,00 
6,00 

28.00 
9 60 

37.92 

.36.80 
14.42 
13.42 
.90 
21 .00 



2. SO 
44.20 
26.60 

44 00 
8.07 

6 65 

6.72 

42.07 

52 19 

140.40 

63.24 
23.46 
30 40 
54.40 
53.60 

67.20 
79.14 
173.66 

23.77 
15.80 

5 . 50 
14,04 

6.07; 

16 80 

,60 

50 70 

58,40 
92.00 
30.80 
135.75 
15.90 

20.40 
164.22 
7.95 
20.55 
20.00 

10.00 
3.20 

17.80 
3.20 

10.63 

41.45 
28.58 
'. . 30 
48.60 
30.45 

1.72 
3.00 
3.00 
16.15 

27.08 

3.00 
43.13 
99.60 
24.00 
27.00 

7.50 
43.73 
52.47 
61.71 
87.60 

88.80 
20.70 
81.75 
18.87 
SS 27 



—59— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 191 

Tax for 1910 
Under Sin?la 

Tax ¥oiiId 
Hara Baen 



Ham« of Taxpajer 




McCormick, L. C, Mrs.. 

McCormack, Chas 

McCormack, Mary E. . . 

McClure, Wm. P 

McDaniel, Joshua 



McDaniel, T. S 

McDaniela, Kattie E. . 

MoDaniela, M. J 

McDaniels, C 

McDaniels, C 



McDonald, J 

McDonald, John. . . 
McElroy, James G. 
McElroy, James G. 
McFarlane, E. P... 



McFarland , Otto . . . 
McFarland, D. W.. 
McFadden, Geo. B. 
McFadden, Emma. 
McGill, James 



McGregor, Benj.. . . 

McGregor, B 

McGown, Bernard. 

McGrew, J. C 

McGrew, J. C 



McGrew, F. O 

McGrew, F. O 

McGinnis, Henry. . . 

McGeehan, M. M... 
McGonegal, Grove. . 



McGugin, Henry. . 
JklcGugin, Henry. , 
3IcGugun, F. E.. . 
McGugun. F. E.. . 
McGugin, Lena. . . 



Mclver, Colin 

Mcintosh, Ida R.. , 

-Mclntyre, J. T 

JMcIntyre, Mary.., 
Ikiclntyre, E. & B.. 



-McKenzie, Jas. (Heirs) . . , . 

-McKinley, A. D 

McKinley, A.D 

McKUlican, W. J 

MoKillican, J.N 

McKean, Minnie 

McKean, Minnie 

McKeon, R.W 

McKeon, R.W 

McKechnie, F. W 



McKechnie, F. W 

McKenney, H. E 

McKenney, Paul L. & H.I.. 

McKenney, E. C 

McKinney, Anna C. Nelson 

McLean, Grace 

McLean, Grace 

McLoney, B. F 

McLaren, Daniel 

McLaren, Daniel 



McLaren, W. G. & Nellie.. 

McLennon, Angus 

McLaughlin, R. & M 

McLaughlin, R. S. & M 

McLaughlin, J. C. & W. C. 

McMahon, Arthur L 

McMaugh, John 

McManus, Thos. & Catheru 

McMindes, W. E 

McMurry, J. C. (Heirs) 



McMurry, E, J 

MeMurry, G 

McNamara, A 

McNary & Merideth, 
McNeill, John 



McNeal, V. C 

McNicol, Duncan 

McPherson, Mary F. . . . 
McQuh-e, H. P 

McRoberts, G. W. &C., 



Nass, Herman 

Nachand, Georgana. 

Nachand, H. E 

Nachand, H. E 

Nadir Land Co 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hame o{ Taxpaj«r 



ioras Onltinttd 



No, of 

icres 



issflasmtnt 
(ericn 



Aores TTnoultiTat«d 



Ho. of 

Acres 



isnssmtiit 
Per Acre 



Ganenl Property AsMBsments in 1910 



On land 



Buildings & 
Farsonal 
ProporlT 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tax 
Ixemptions 
1910 Tonld 
Eavs Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Tmld 
Have Been 



Aohial Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax¥oold 

Ears Be«n 



Naef, Otto 

Na£t', Otto... . 
Naef, John J . . 
Naegeli, Chris. 
Nagl, J. G.... 



Nash, C. E 

Nash, Orren L. & Anna A. 
Nash, Orren L. & Anna A. 
Nash, PhalleA. *C. A.... 
Na^, C. A 



Nasahahn, Gotlieb . 

Nauertz, Peter 

Neal, Matilda 

Neal, Matilda 

Nease, Jennie M. . . 



Nease, Jennie M. &z M, G.. 

Neaudeau, Peter 

Neandeau, Peter 

Nebo, Chas 

Nebo, Chaa 

Needhara, Flora T & ElsicK 

NefzRer, Dora 

Nehalem Investment Co 

Nehrbas, Bessie M 

Nefll, JohnC 



Neilson, Anton & Gertrude 

Neilson, Gertrude 

Nelson, Ned 

Nelson, Ned 

Nelson, Ned 



Nelson, B. E.. . . 
Nelson, Milton. 
Neslon, John. . . 

>elson, Nels 

Nelson, J. F.. . . 



Nelson, F. J 

Nelson, J. F 

Nelson, J. F 

Nelson, N. P 

Nelson, J. M 



Nelson, Karl. . . . 

Nelson, J. A 

Nelson, Gussie C. 
Nelson, Herman. 
Nelson, Andrew. . 



Nelson, Otto. . . . . . 

-Nelson, Katherine.. 
Nemec, Joseph. . . . 

Nemec, Frantiska . . 
Nendel, Wm 



Neppach, A 

Neppach, A 

Neppach, A 

Neppach, A 

Neppach, Kate. 



Nerison, J. H 

Nettleton, Emma F 

Neuhauser, J 

Neuenschwander, Chris.. 
Newell, Cora A 



Newell, M. E. cfe A 

Newell, Merrill 

Newell, Thos 

Newell, M. C. Mrs 

Newton, S. C. (Heirs) . 



Ne<wton, Jane 

Newsome, G. H. & O. A... 

Neweom, John 

Newhall, Roger 

New Era Land & Inv. Co. 

New Ear Land & Inv. Co.. 

Newku-k, O. B 

Newkirk, Eldridge 

Newhard, S. F. & A.. .... 

Nicol, James 



Nichols, W. H. & Mary. 

NiohcJa, A, S 

Nicholi, George H 

Nicolai Bros. Co 

Nicolai Bros. Co 



Nicolai Bros. Co 

Nicholas, Frank 

Nicholas, Frank 

Nichelson, Clara & Wm.. 
Nicholson, J. M 



10.36 



25 
10 



IS 

8 



2.45 



3.37 
20.22 



8 
14 
22 
28 



30 
3 



12 



20 

2.50 



10 

8 

9 

55 

IS 



2 
110 
80 



24 
15 



140.00 
140.00 
100.00 
60.00 



44,45 
100.00 



40.00 
51.35 
35.00 



51.36 



52. SO 



55.00 
100.00 



80.00 



72.38 



40.00 



40.00 
40.00 



30.00 
37.50 



125.00 
50.00 



60.00 



148.66 
79.12 



75.00 
65.00 
65.00 
50.00 



50.00 
55.00 



50.00 



53.33 
50.00 



20.00 



40.00 
50.00 



60.00 

60 00 
127.781 
50.9 
56.66 



100.00 
154.55 
35.00 



25.00 
25.00 
90.00 
IS.OOi 



5.50$ 

22 

None 

70 

2 

10 

133.58 
151 

44.47 

40 

22 

10 

3i . 50 

6.40 

120 

8 

46.56 

20 

70 

.56 

2 
42 
40 
44 
80 

13.75 

None 
38.34 
78 

159 

35 
50 
80 
145 
19 

74.71 

50 

36.98 

6 

4 

I 

64.16 
14.65 

None 
None 

40 

72 

11 

3 

87 

277.11 

640 

640 

152.62 

314.50 

70 
10 
40 
43 
40 

10 
17 
40 
80 
68 

30.10 

None 

40 

5 

268 

157 
I 

49.94 
15 
68.72 

23.60 
36.95 

238.18 

120 

320 

30.40 
56 
65 
2 
60 



81.18$ 

100.00 

100.00 

17.14 

40.00 

20.00 
11.15 
12.98 
24.70 
10.00 

12.27 
17. SO 
9,82 
10.00 
10.00 

7S.O0 
13.96 
20.00 

12.85 
75.00 

27.50 
40.00 
15.00 
40.00 
18.75 

49.45 
40.00 
9.91 
10.00 
10.00 

11.42 
11.00 
10.00 
6.90 
10. S3 

13.65 
10.00 
10.00 
75.00 
20.00 

.30.00 
15.57 
68.25 
148.66 
30.00 

7.00 
30.00 
20.00 
20.00 
16.20 

11.72 
15.00 
15.00 
S.64 
11.22 

17.14 
20,00 
10.00 
18.60 
12.50 

20.00 
19.12 
5.00 
S.OO 
5.00 

19.93 
25.00 
57.50 
6.00 
17.16 

12,00 
60.00 
8.81 
20,00 
34,92 

29,67 
54, f5 
10,(0 
8.33 
15.00 

14.77 
8.03 
9.61 

40.00 
5,00 



450$ * 


II, .100 


1,155 


980 




2,200 


785 


1,760 


SOO 


200 


* 


1,60(1 


* 


2,360 


2O0 


2,100 


2O0 


400 


* 


390 




1,715 


365 


855 


225 


60 


* 


1,200 


* 


600 


+ 


2,50C 


SOO 


40C 


* 


1,425 


350 


40 


* 


770 


150 


2,48C 


75 


60C 


+ 


2,64C 


385 


1,500 




680 


* 


75C 


425 


38( 


70 


86C 


50 


1,600 


* 


1,400 


415 


950 




800 


* 


1,450 


100 


500 


235 


1,020 


400 


SOO 


4 


370 


* 


9S0 




130 


.50 


180 


325 


1,000 


* 


1,000 


* 


50C 


360 


1,600 


280 


280 


=*- 


2,760 


300 


1,130 


300 


1,490 


410 


2,810 


500 


3,250 


* 


9,600 


* 


9,600 


* 


860 


* 


3,540 


* 


1,700 




1,025 


SOS 


400 


* 


2,800 


485 


500 


* 


1,800 


270 


475 


110 


2O0 


* 


4O0 


* 


580 


75 


1,400 


100 


125 


20 


2,300 


* 


30 


* 


5,200 


ISO 


2,360 




1,210 


120 


3,240 


350 


1,150 


25 


2,400 


* 


900 




19,000 


1,000 


5,I8C 


450 


r.ooc 


+ 


4,800 


* 


455 


* 


1,0.50 


355 



i.ooo:, 

800 
600 



215 
460 



450$ 
12,455 

980 
2,985 
2.260 



200. 
1,600. 
2,560 
2,300 

400. 

390 

2,080 

1,080 

60. 

1,200. 

600. 
3,000 

400. 
1,775 
40. 

920 
2,555 

600, 
3,025 
1,500, 

680, 

1,175 

450 

910 

1,600. 

1,815 
950 
800. 

1,550 
735 

1,420 
500. 
370. 
950 
180 

505 
1 ,000 . 
1,000. 

860; 
1 ,880! 

280. 
3,060 
1,430 
1,900 
3,310 

3,250 . 
9,600 . 
9,600 . 
860. 
3,540 , 

1,700 
1,530 

400. 
3,285 

SOO. 

2,070 
585 
200. 
400. 
655 

1,500 
145 
2,300 . 
30. 
5,350 

2,360 
1,330 
3,590 
1,175 
2,400 . 

900 

20,000 

5,630 

1,000. 

4,800 . 

455. 
1,405 
1,000 
1,015 
1,060 



3,755 

280 

1,615 

1,060 



485 
940 



85 

1,280 

605 



1,850 



745 



SOS 
555 



825 



760 
70 

no 



1,130 
290 



445 
450 



400 



200 
80 



400 



360 
1,275 



660, 

930 

1,400 

1,450 



330 
1,030 



1,740 



1,270 
205 



255 



SOO 
80 



580 

380 

730 

2,675 

575 



140 
12,055 
2,450 



765 
235 
615 
660 



450$ 
8,700 

700 
1,370 
1,200 

200 
1,600 
2,075 
1,360 

400 

305 

800 

475 

60 

1,200 

600 
1,150 

400 

1,030 

40 

415 
2,000 

600 
2,200 
1,500 

680 
415 
380 
800 
1,600 

685 

660 

800 

1,105 

285 

1,020 
500 
370 
750 
100 

105 
1,000 
1,000 

SOO 

605 

280 

2,400 

500 

500 

1,860 

3,250 
9,600 
9,600 
860 
3,540 

1,370 
500 
400 

1,545 
500 

800 
380 
200 
400 
400 

1,000 
65 

2,300 
30 

4,770 

1,980 
600 
915 
600 

2,400 

760 
7,945 
3,180 
1,000 
4,800 

455 
640 
765 
400 
400 



6.75 

186.82 

14.70 

51.72 

38.42 

3.00 
29.22 
38.91 
52.21 

8.00 

5.85 
33.73 
23.74 

1.32 
24.00 

15.30 

49.05 

6.60 

26.62 

.60 

16,56 
38.33 
12,60 
58.99 
27.30 

12.92 
19.98 
10.35 
20.93 
24.00 

41,73 
21,85 
18.40 
38.75 
12.13 

23.56 
8.50 
6,11 

15,20 
2,70 

12.76 
15,00 
20,00 
17.20 
36.95 

5.88 
45.90 
21.45 
28.50 
49.65 

68.25 
192.00 
192.00 
14.28 
74.34 

28.90 
22.95 

8.00 
49,27 

7,50 

57,96 
16,38 
4.60 
9.20 
15.39 

30.00 

2,32 

36.50 

.60 

80.25 

35.40 
33.92 
59.85 
17.63 
40.80 

15.75 

500.00 

109.78 

25.00 

96.00 

11.37 
21.07 
15.00 
19.97 
23,32 



—61- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 





icres Ciltiyated 


Acres TlQcultiTated 


General Propertj Assessments in 1910 


Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Would 
Have Been 


Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910Wonld 
Have Been 


Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 


Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

EaTe Been 


Name of T&ipayer 


No. of 
icroB 


issflssment 
Per Acre 


No. of 

Acres 


Assessment 
Per Acre 


On Land 


Buildings t 
Personal 
Propertj- 


Total 
Assessment 


Nicholson, S. G 

Nicholson, W. I' 

Nicholflon, .!.(;. (t M. E... . 


25 
12 
20 

* 

4 

* 

4 

12 

30 

10 

20 

15 

7 

32 

* 
* 
* 
* 

2 


$' 45.00 
50.00 
55.00 


35 

17.46 
None 
3 
26 

160 

42.38 
28.69 
48 
70 

139 
145 
3 
48 
168.05 

(20 

85.06 
134.76 
160 

32.78 

31 .45 

5 
120 

40 
120 

720 
160 
118 
40 

None 

38.58 
120.71 
6.45 
31 
27 

40 

106.66 
19 
35 
10 

None 

93 
IS 
32 

4.50 
None 
6.25 
62 

1 

109.62 
35 

N.ine 

7 

56.70 
151 
8 

None 
53.32 

None 
148 
159 
160 
160 

80 
80 
30 
^3 

N.,ne 

72.30 
113.50 
61.60 
20.13 
86 

9 
20 

2.83 
30 
30 

31.88 
140 
60 

26.72 
6.02 


$ 14.28 
15.71 
20.00 
63.33 
20.00 

5.00 
14.87 
14.64 
5.00 
5.00 

5.00 
2.93 
22.00 
18.77 
5.36 

5.00 
11.74 

7.42 
1.87 
4.89 

31.79 

160.00 

8.33 

8.75 

10.00 

15.00 
6.25 
5.92 

12.50 
100.00 

20.00 
19.88 
38.76 
14.54 
18 00 

10 00 
4.97 
15.78 
10.00 
20.00 

25.00 
20.00 
10.00 
20.00 
12.50 

72.22 
20.00 
16.00 
16. 13 
30.00 

24.63 
18.57 
70.00 
60.00 
32.26 

20.00 
4 .W 

30 00 

160 00 

9 37 

10 00 

8.78 
10.06 
2.50 
2 50 

2, 50 

2.50 

23.34 

25.00 

25.00 

69.15 
59.90 
63.15 
69 59 
70.00 

20.00 
30.00 
60.07 
4. 10 
15.00 

15.37 
4.00 
16.66 
13.47 
14.95 


$ 1,625 

875 

1,100 

190 

780 

800 
870 
960 
840 
550 

995 
575 
450 
2,600 
900 

600 

1,000 

1,000 

300 

160 

1,160 
800 

1,000 
350 

1,200 

10,800 

1,000 

700 

500 

2S0 

770 

6,325 

250 

850 

1,135 

400 
530 
2.225 
550 
600 

380 
440 
1,570 
575 
800 

400 
50 

700 

1,210 

30 

7,320 

1,200 

400 

700 

750 

2,460 

950 

.560 

40 

500 

420 

1,700 

1,640 

400 

400 

200 

200 

700 

1,375 

1,375 

10,000 
6,800 
5,250 

13,750 
7,580 

930 

4,200 

1,670 

325 

450 

540 

910 

1,800 

760 

90 


$ 575 
720 
250 

* 


$ 2,200 

1,S95 

1,350 

190 

780 

800 

920 

1,295 

840 

750 

1,390 
755 
450 

3,050 
900 

600 

1,000 

1,000 

300 

160 

1,160 
850 

1,000 
350 

1,200 

10,800 

1,000 

700 

500 

700 

770 
6,550 

250 
1,035 
1,235 

400 
550 
2,SS0 
600 
650 

405 
470 
1,820 
700 
920 

500 

ISO 

750 

1,210 

30 

8,5.55 

1,350 

515 

S25 
750 

3.550 
1.025 

485 
40 

500 

570 

2,.?80 

1,840 

400 

400 

200 

200 

700 

1,775 

1,750 

10,000 
6,800 
5,250 

14,850 

8,385 

1,295 

4,445 

1,670 

475 

450 

540 
1,385 
2,I8« 

9S,'i 

90 


$ 1,345 

1,130 

950 


$ 8SS 
465 
400 
190 
600 

800 
690 
595 
390 
400 

795 
470 
220 
1,500 
900 

600 

1,000 

1,000 

300 

160 

1,050 
800 

1,000 
3S0 

1,200 

10,800 

1,000 

700 

500 

100 

770 
3,890 
250 
580 
720 

400 
530 
850 
400 
400 

135 
300 
1,C90 
400 
500 

360 
20 

340 

1,115 

30 

4,770 
835 
280 
390 
365 

1,615 

735 

300 

40 

500 

120 

1 ,405 

1,610 

400 

400 

200 
200 
700 
1,075 
630 

7,765 
6,800 
4,415 
8,410 
7,000 

480 
1,500 
770 
165 
450 

505 

640 

1,330 

455 
90 


$ 37.41 

27.11 

22.27 

3.58 

11.70 

16.80 
13.80 
22.02 
19.74 
17.62 

31.37 
18.88 
6.75 
45.75 
23.94 

13.80 

18.20 

20.00 

5.40 

3.20 

26.68 
31.02 
20.00 
8.7S 
18.00 

162.00 
15.00 
10.90 
9.25 
14.00 

11.55 
98 26 
4.00 
26.90 
23.48 

8.00 
10.01 
43.35 
15.90 

9.88 

6.07 

7.05 

27.30 

10.50 

14.72 

18.25 

3.30 

13.13 

21.08 

.80 

128.32 
20.26 
11.84 
18.98 
17.25 

73.90 

22.88 

14.55 

1.46 

9.00 

11.11 

49.98 

45.70 

6.00 

6.00 

3.00 
3.00 
10.61 

.17.28 
28.87 

150.00 
156.08 
108.99 

222.75 
125.77 

19.42 
66.68 
31.73 
II. 8S 
6. 75 

8.10 
20.78 
32.70 
14.33 

1,35 


$ 23. S7 
12.82 
10.06 
6.69 


Nickerson, A. L . . 


65.00 


180 


13.91 




50 
335 


32.12 




60.00 
45.00 
20.00 
20.00 

15.00 
10.00 
55.00 
53.15 


230 
700 
450 
350 

595 

285 

230 

1,550 


15.99 


Nielsen, J. &M 

Nightengale, ,T. W. & i:. A 


16.40 
13.17 


Nightengale, J. W.& Is. A 

Nightengale, L. 

Nitzschniann, K. U 


200 

395 

180 


13.51 

26.89 
17.06 
S.IO 


Noack, John .^ i\latte.s 


* 
* 
* 
* 
* 


34.80 
34.20 


Noble H IC . . 






19.50 


Noble, H. IC 






26.83 


Noble H J-; 






28.55 


Noble hi; 






7.98 


Noble H JO 






4.57 


Noble, H. E 


80.00 


no 
so 


35.34 


Noble H K 


SO 

* 
* 

* 

* 
* 

450 

225 

* 

185 
100 

* 

20 

325 

50 

50 

25 

30 

250 

125 

120 

100 
100 
SO 


38.06 


Noble! H. K 


* 

* 
* 

* 

* 
* 
* 

75 

* 

9 
13 

* 




28.55 


Noble H. F, 




II. 9S 


Noble, H. E 






27.82 


Noble, H. E 






250.35 


Noble H. E 




23.18 


Noble, H. E. (Trutiler) . 






17.37 


Noble, H. E 




16.97 


Noble, Grace .M 

Noblitt, Dora 


250.00 
52:33 


600 


2.95 
17.85 


NobHtt C W 


2,660 

455 

515 

20 

1,700 
200 
250 

270 
170 
730 
300 
420 

140 
130 
410 

95 


90.17 


Noe, W. H 


6.23 




44.45 
50.00 


25.23 


Nofziger, C. C' 

Noffsini^er, Ida M 


21.38 
11.89 


Nolta Lewis W 




14.22 




35 

5 

10 

5.40 
4 
16 
5 

8 

.50 
.50 
15 
7 
+ 

84 

10 
4 

6.50 
4.30 

24 
20 

2 

",25 
+ 

12 
12 

1 

* 

* 

* 
10 
25 17 

40 

* 

12 

95 
12 

15 
30 
10 
10 

1 
20 
20 

7 

* 


60.71 
40.00 
40.00 

70.37 
55.00 
40.00 
55.00 
50.00 

ISO 00 
100.00 
40.00 
30.00 


22.17 


North, F.W 


16.96 
9.43 


Norris, David F 


3.13 


NorrJs, Chas. A 

Norris, Gabriel. W 

Norris, Gabriel W 


6.95 
25.27 

9.27 
12.62 




17.12 


Norton, J. "W 

Noren, N.F 

Noren N. F. 


.76 

9.00 

29.53 




* 

1,235 
150 
115 
125 

1,090 

75' 

125 


1.14 


Nordhauscn, John 

Nosier ,1 W . .... 


55.00 
55.00 
100.00 
107.69 
104.65 

55.21 

15 00 

60.00 

160.00 

35.00 
33.34 
40 00 


3,785 
515 
335 
435 

385 

1 ,935 
290 
18S 

450 
975 
230 

'700 
1,120 

2,235 


110. S7 
19.36 


Notz, Albert: 


9.42 
13.13 


Notz, Albert 


12.29 


Nothnagle, Gottfricfl 

Novak, John 

Novotne, Albert 


55.96 

23.55 

17.00 

1.91 


Noyer, P. S 

Noyer, P. R 


* i 

150| 
680l 
200' 

* 

* 

* 

* 
400 
375 


14.71 

3.53 




41.68 


Nunn, W. H 

Oak, Geo 


S5.56 
9.27 


Oak, Andrew 


55,00 
55 00 

125.00 

' 126.84 
130.00 
130.00 

50.00 
120.00 
150.00 

20.00 


9.27 
4.64 


Oak, Henry 


4.64 


Oakley, Clara W.. 


16.23 


Oathes, Nels 

Oathart, .Jane W 


50.56 
15.85 

179.99 


Oatfield, Ernest M 


r,io6 

805 

365 
245 


232.15 


Oatfleld, Robert E 

Oatfield, .1. R 

Oatfield, Phillip T 

Oberst, Wm 


8.35 
6,440 

1,385 

815 

2,945 

900 

310 


137.28 
194.94 
162.26 

11.13 


O'Brien, Michrjcl . 


34.77 


O Brien, D. (HeirK) 


22.01 


Ochs, F 


150 

* 


5.99 
10.43 




50.00 
17.50 
40.00 
57.14 


35 
745 
850 
50C 




11.71 


Odell, J. A 


475 
380 
195 

* 


14.84 


Odell, Henrietta ,T 

Odell, Thoa 


30.83 
10.55 


Odell, Thos 


2 09 



-02- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Ktme of Tiipajer 



lores GultiT&ted 



No. of 
icrei 



isBogament 
Per iore 



lores TJncuItiTated 



No. of 
lores 



iBseesmeiit 
Per lore 



General Property IseessmentB in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Issessment 



Single Tsi 
Eiemptions 
1910 Vonld 
laTS Btea 



Single Tai 
Issessment 
1910 Would 
Hare Been 



letual Tax 

Paid for 

1911) 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

Have Been 



Odell, Thos 

Odell, Minnie 

Odell, M. D. Mr.«... 
Oechsle, Christof . . . 
Oeachle, Catherine. 



Oehler, Wm.F. & A.E. 

OeschlacKcr, H 

Ogle, J. 1 

Ogle, .1. L. &Geo 

Oetken. Wm. tfc Emilie. 



Ogle, J. I.. &Geo 

Ogle, Phillip 

Ogle, Thos. J 

Oglesby, Bros. Co 

Oglesby, Rose i 2 50; 



3.50 



242 . 85 



8.48 

32 
15 

28 
20 



Olds.J.M 15 

Oldright, George * ' . 

Oldenburg, Gusta\' ! 1 .^ 04 

Oldenburg, f^ieu^vgo ,60 

Oldenstadt, F i 40 



Oldenstadt, R. W 

Oleen, T 

Oliver, James & Kate. . . . 

Olmstead, O. H 

Olmstead, Austin & Ivan. 



Olson, John V 

Olson, P.J 

Olson, Fred J 

Olson, O. G. & Bessie. 
Olson, Nettie 



Olson, F. E 

Olson, Peter G.. 
Olson, Hilma C. 
Olson, Selma A.. 
Olson, Selma A.. 

Olson, Selma A.. 
Olson, J. & A.. . 
Olson, John Z . . . 

Olson, A 

Olsen, Olaf 



Olsen, Hans; 

Olsen, Hans 

Olsen, Gullick & Carrie. 

Olsen, A. M 

Olseu, Johan 



Olsen, Anna O. & Ivar O. 

O'Neel, Irvin C 

O'Neill, Kate 

O'NeUl, M. G 

O'Neill, M. G 



O'Neil, Frank 

Open Air Sanatorium. 
Open Air Sanatorium 

Orem, T. R 

Oregon Land Co 



Oregon Land Co... . 
Oregon Realty Co.. 
Oregon Realty Co.. 
Oregon Realty Co.. 
Oregon Realty Co.. 



II 
4.50 

.38. 



2.35 
20 



45 



4 

30 

2 

1 

7 

I 
10 

7 
13.50 

12 



42 
5 



Oregon Realty Co 

Oregon Realty Co 

Oregon Realty & Trust Co 
Oregon Trust & Realty Co . 
Oregon Realty & Trust Co 

Oregon Rfealty & Trust Co 
Oregon Swed. Colon. Co. . . 
Oregon Swed. Colon. Co. 
Oregon Swed. Colon. Co. 
Oregon Swed. Colon. Co. 

Oregon Swed. Colon. Co. . . 
Oregon Swed. Colon. Co. . 
Oregon Swed. Colon. Co. . 
Oregon Swed. Colon. Co. . 
Oregon Swed. Colon. Co. . 

Oregon Swed. Colon. Co. . . 
Oregon Swed. Colon. Co. . 
Oregon Swed. Colon. Co . . 
Oregon Swed. Colon. Co . . 
Oregon Swed. Colon. Co. . 



30 



25 



56.25 
50.00 



60.00 

72.22 



110.27 

50.00 
48.33 
50.00 
52 SO 
128.00 



Oglesby, Catherine ; .50 100.00 

Oglesby.C.M I 1,87; ,50.00 

Ohlinger, Henry H I * 

Oien, Swan... 

O. I. &S. Co 83 I 343.73 

106.671 



94 . 74i 

60. oo; 

65.00 

65.00 

88.88 



50.00 
50.00 



533.33 
60.00 



40.00 



50,00 
66.66 
60.00 
60.00 

50.00 
70.00 
50.00 
55.00 
300.00 

50.00 



55.00 
340.00 



20.00 



20.00 

20.00 
20.00 
20.00 



20.00 



30.00 
2O.O0I 



$ 



6 

6.50 
10 
46.32 
48.50 

28,90 
12 

1.75 
30 
10 

210.50 

35 

9.50 

5 

.89 

None 

None 

1.75 

10 

6,009 . 38 

15 
160 

None 
59 
80 

5.66i 

.Si; 

None 
20 
2.50 

160 
10 
34 
10 

None 

None 
31 
1 

6.85 
15 

37.93 

16 
49 

18 



23 

None 
68 

10 

68 
23 
326 
14. ( 

5.; 



10 

8.06 

5.94 

.52 

160 

80 
r60 

15 
124.27 
320 

314.37 
320 
40 
370 
179.80 

80 
200 
73 
80 
36 

315 
87 

127.82 
.57 
120 

135 
160 
400 
78 
156 



20.00$ 
115. 38 
30 00 
19 43 



19 
20 


69 


29 


16 


11 


43 


12.001 


46 


00 


14 


73 


30 


0(1 


20.001 


23 


00 


60.00| 


70 


00 


50 


80 


114.301 


SO 


00 


31 


50 


40.00 


5 


(Ml 


50 


0(1 


36.02 


15 


00; 


19.43 


40.00 


7 


50 


20 


00 



5.00 

30.00| 

20.001 

7S.00J 

200.00 



533 


1 
33 


25 


00 


30 


0(1 




68 


10 


00 


10 


00 


20 


0(1 


35 


00 


30 


0(1 


30 


00 


30.00 


20 


00 


30.001 


25 


00 


180.00 


20 


59 


16.09 


27 


SO 


60 


37 


171 


47 


30.00 


335 


73 


303 


03 


38.461 


8 


75 


10.00 


6.35 


S 


00 


34 


14 


3 


75 


4.90! 


I 


88 


8.001 



6.00 
5.95 

30.00 

4.62 
S.OO 
5.00 



5 


00 


5 


00 


5 


00 


IS 


64 


17 


54 


10 


00 


7 00 


8.00 


6 


751 



20$ 



1 
1,600 

300 
1,125 
1,750 

1,300 

1,650 

20 

360 

1,395 

4,700 
1,425 
1,590 
1,16S 
380 

SO 

100 

200 

SOO 

205 075 

2,200 
800; 
1.4251 
5,135; 
3,800 

825; 
420 
ISO 
150 
SO 

800 

3,700 

980 

750 

2 100| 

1 ,200' . 

1,975' 
201 
80 

1,950 

380 

520 

3,335 

660. 

60 

810 
70. 
1,860 

410 
5,850 

3,000 
370! 
11,310. 

3,050 . 
900 

200 

2,000 

1,800 

20 

1,400 

8OO: 

1,000 

75 

3,000 

1,200 

1,540 

600 

320 

2,820 

1,075 

3,400 

925: 

505 
400, 
260 



7.05, 
6.41I 



1,675 

6951 

2,100. 

10; 

1,200| 

1,445! 
1,280 
2,700 
590, 
I .O8OI 



SO 



205 

75 



295 
380 



380 

805 
125 
1 ,055 
540 
200 



95 

* 

100 
5,400 

385 

* 

645 

970 

1,230 

440 
115 
495 



500 

25 

100 

1,140 



400 
150 



190 
350 



20 



480 
165 
250 



20 



3,175 
30 



250 



100 
SO 



200 
100 



100, 

sol 



PO 


$ . . 


1,650 
300 


500 


1,330 
1,825 

1,595 

1,930 

20 


350 
565 

775 
1,060 


360 




1,775 

5,505 
1,550 
3,645 
1,705 
580 

50 
195 
300 


935 

1,9,?S 

5.50 

1,895 

1,1.W 

345 

15 
95 


600 
210,475 

2,585 
800 


100 
30,550 

1,385 


2,070 
6,105 
5,0,10 

1,265 
535 
645 
ISO 


1,320 
3,010 
3,230 

940 
335 
495 


SO 




800 




4,200 

1,005 

850 

3,340 

1,300 


'2,666 
20s 
100 

1,575 


2,375 
30 


1,100 


80 




2,100 
380 


1,500 


710 

3,475 

660 


310 

1,500 

60 



80 

l,l.?0 

70 

2,340 

57Si 
6,100 

2,000 

390 

11,310 

2,050 
900 

200 

2,000 

4,975 

50 

1.400 

800 

1,000 

75 

3,000 

1,200 

1,540 
600 

320 
3,070 
1,075 

2,400 
925 
60S 
400 
310 

1,675 
775 

2,100 
210 

I 300 

1,695 
1,280 
2,700, 
690 
I.I.30I 



60j 

530' 
50, 

780, 

375 

1,870; 

350' 

20 
760 
900 



3,165 
30 



670 



205 



110 

7.= 
275 

35 
200 
100; 

575 



135 
lOSi 



120$ 

1,150 

300 

980 

1,260 

820 
870 
30 
360 
850 

3,570 

1,000 

750 

575 

235 

35 

100 

200 

500 

189,925 

1,200 

800 

750 

3,095 

1,800 

325 
200 
ISO 
150 
50 

800 

1,600 

800 

750 

1,665 

1,200 

1,275 

20 

80 

600 

380 

400 

1,975 

600 

20 

600 

20 

1,560 

200 
4,330 

1,650 

370 

10,55C 

1,150 

900 

200 

2,000 

1,810 

20 

1,400 

800 

1,000 

75 

3,000 

1,200 

1,540 

600 

320 

2,400 

1,075 

2,400 
925 
400 
400 
200 

1,600 

500 

2,075 

10 

1,200 

1,120 
1,280 
2.700 
5651 
I.025I 



1,80 
38.78 

5.2s 
21.94 
30.11 

35.09 

37.95 

.42 

S.40 

26.62 

82. S7 
23.35 
39.68 
27.29 
13.92 

1.20 
5.48 
6.50 
12.60 

3,777,72 

38.78 
16.00 
50.76 
100.73 
75.45 

18.97 
10.71 
17.09 
2.25 
.75 

20.00 
63.00 
15.07 
17.00 
85.86 

31.80 

35.62 

.42 

1.60 

53.50 

8.50 

13.07 

53.13 

9.90 

1.36 

17.14 
1.05 

38.61 
9.78 

97.60 

30.00 
5.85 
196.04 
66.63 
29.25 

3.00 
47.00 
116.92 

.83 
33.25 

20.00 
21.25 
1.66 
75.00 
25.20 

32.34 
12.00 
6.08 
46.. <7 
22.59 

60.00 

21.27 

13.91 

9,20 

6.51 

51.93 
14.10 
38.22 
4,83 
27,30 

35.59 
26 88; 
56.701 
21.301 
35.O.1I 



$ 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






Aores CultiTiited 1 


Acres UnonltiTated 


General Property Assessments in 1910 


Single Tax 


Single T« 
Assessment 
1910 Would 
lave Seen 


Actual Tar 
Paid for 

mo 


Taiformo 

Under Single 

Tai Vonld 

Have Been 


H&me of Taipajsr 


Ko.of 

iciei 


Assffssment 
Per Ai>r« 


Ko.of 
Aores 


Asaessment 
Per Acre 


On Lanl 


Bnildings & 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
Assessment 


IMOWonld 
laTO Seen 


Oregon Swed. Colon. Co. . . 
Oregon Swed. Colon. Co. . . 
Oregon Swed. Colon. Co. . . 
Oregon & Calif. R. R. Co... 
Oregon Electric Ry. Co 

Ormsby, Addie E 

Ormsby, Addie E 

Ormsby, Addie E 

Ortlieb. F.P 

Osborn, S. C 

Osberg, Louis & Johanna. . 
Osburn, Wm. R. & M. D.... 


* 

* 

10 

* 

9 
10 

3 
15 

2 

60 

5 
5 
10 

28 

20 

* 
* 
4 
.75 

8 

5.50 
45 
16 

* 

40 

2 

1.54 
19.60 

3 

14 
12 

2 


i 


240 
160 

242.57 

89,383.15 

10.09 

11.60 
1.20 

17 

60.20 
6 

165 

S 
25 
SO 

2 

20 
160 
80 

None 
None 

12 

14., SO 
21.50 
46 
20 

120 

None 

None 

None 

3 

6 

13 
None 
6.20 
40 

31.15 
40 
7.63 

None 
22 

53.85 
1.01 
68 

61.54 
69 

25.65 
68 

72.99 
635 
34.42 

.08 
None 
4 
60.18 
25 

None 
None 

80 

41.50 
120 

40 
160 

75 
110 

86 

145 

37.40 

65 
270 

40 

70 
160 

85 

8 

90 

79 
15 

31.91 
10. SC 
14.83 

65. I< 
58. 3( 
13 
43 
2, 3. 


$ S.OO 

5.00 

14.42 

12.37 

43.66 

19.25 
16.65 
20.00 
15.78 
10.00 

12.12 
37.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 

20.00 

8.00 

5.00 

37.50 

200.00 

30.00 

15.51 

26.05 

6.52 

5.00 

12.00 
13.00 
40.00 
30.00 
33.33 

30.00 
11.54 
20.00 
30.64 
30.00 

28.89 
.10.00 
24.90 
40.00 
27.27 

28.78 
148.52 
19.12 
14.62 
20.29 

36.31 
26.46 
23.29 
15.75 
11.62 


i 1,200 

800 

3,700 

1,105,555 

440 

670 

520 
490 

1,745 
140 

5,000 

735 

800 

1,600 

1,720 

1,600 

1,280 

400 

240 

300 

1,000 
525 

3,035 
620 
100 

3,240 
160 
ISO 

1,765 
370 

1,300 

630 

75 

410 

1,200 

1,800 

1,200 

490 

825 

900 

2,850 
ISO 
1,900 
2,400 
1.950 

3,150 
2,450 
1,700 
10,000 
1,000 

100 
280 
220 
2,100 
375 

6.600 

750 

800 

1,400 

1,200 

400 
4,000 

455 
700 
345 

1,025 
2,500 

700 
5,500 

400 

2,800 
1,920 
3,250 
475 
3,700 

4,930 
450 

1,900 
SOC 
550 

! 4,4SC 
> 78( 
i 20C 
) 2,61. 
i 89. 


6 * 
* 


J 1,200 

800 

3,700 

1,105,555 

440 

670 
620 
490 
1,945 
255 

5,250 

935 

800 

1,600 

1,970 

1,600 

1,280 

400 

310 

625 

1,100 
625 

3,435 
965 
100 

4,030 
260 
S40 

2,255 
370 

1,300 
730 
360 
410 

1,305 

2,000 

1,350 

490 

875 

900 

3,185 
300 
2,415 
2,620 
2,135 

3,730 
2,685 
1,700 
10,000 
1,050 

100 
680 
685 
2,100 
375 

6,750 

775 

800 

1,830 

1,200 

400 
4,000 
4SS 
750 
345 

1,465 
2,775 

7O0 
S,80C 

40C 

3,30C 
l,92C 
3,78. 

) S2. 

) 4,I0( 

) 5,38 

45 

; 2,30 

) 601 

55 

» 4,80 
5 1,02 
20 
B 3,11 
5 2,11 


$ 


$ 1,200 

800 

3,645 

1,105,55.= 

440 

390 

185 

400 

1,185 

80 

2,730 
370 
600 

1.200 
600 

800 
1,280 
400 
ISO 
ISO 

600 
310 
1,730 
405 
100 

1,920 

25 

60 

590 

200 

600 

290 

20 

250 

1,200 

1,245 

1,200 

315 

365 

735 

1,980 
150 
1,.S30 
1,335 
1,625 

1,860 

2,120 

1,700 

10,000 

540 

100 
140 
185 
2,100 
37S 

3,410 
450 
800 
890 

1,200 

4O0 
4,000 
405 
60C 
345 

SOC 
1,16! 

49C 

S,33C 

40( 

2,80( 
l,92( 
2,12 
32 
l,60< 

1,87 

45 

67 

) 19 

) 25 

9 1,60 
5 63 
20 
5 1,40 
33 


$ 37.20 

1.6.96 

67.34 

22,971.85 

6.60 

11.05 
10.23 

8.09 
29.17 

3.83 

89.25 
17.77 
13.60 
27.20 
33.49 

27.20 

19.20 

8.00 

9.30 

20.30 

22.00 
20.26 
51.52 
17.36 
1.80 

84.63 
5.46 
9.60 

43.66 
7.40 

26.00 

18.40 

6.12 

9.43 

20.67 

51.00 
21.82 
12.50 
22.31 
13.50 

81.22 
6.00 
36.23 
39.30 
32.03 

61.55 
44.30 
28.05 
150.00 
15.75 

2.65 
18.02 
20.54 
42.00 

9.37 

178.87 
28.28 
13.60 
27.45 
22.80 

7.60 
72.00 

9.11 
15.00 

6.29 

26.65 

55.50 

10.50 

) 87.00 

) 6.O0 

) 56. IC 
) 40.32 
5 56.7; 
5 7.8- 
) 69. 7( 

D 112.9! 
9 6.7 
5 50.7 
5 13. 2( 
11. 0< 

101 .0< 
22. S 
3.0 
46.7 
d 31 6 


$ 48.31 
23.90 


20.00 


55 


97.80 


* 
* 


33,102.95 
10.20 


50.00 
50.00 
50.00 
S3. 00 
40.00 

50.00 
110 00 
60 00 
60.00 
60.00 

60.00 


280 
435 
90 
760 
175 

2,520 
565 
200 
400 

1,370 

800 


9.81 


100 


4.66 
10.06 


200 

lis 

250 
200 


27.47 
I.8S 

77.18 
11.06 
15.65 


Oahiirn AW ... 




31.30 


Osburn Ethel 


250 

* 

70 
325 

100 
100 
400 

345 

It 

790 
100 
390 
490 


15.65 


Osburn, C. E 


20.86 
29.67 








11.89 




60.00 
400.00 

80.00 
54.54 
55.00 
20.00 


160 

475 

500 

315 

1,705 

560 


10.35 


Osborne, M. M 


9.88 
19.05 


Osterback, August 


17.20 
40.10 


Ostrouski T 


11.23 


Ostrouaki T 


2.77 




45.00 
80.00 
97.40 
89.00 
90.00 

80.00 
40.00 
75.00 
105.00 


2,110 
235 
480 

1,665 
170 

700 
440 
340 
160 
105 

755 
ISO 
175 
510 
165 

1,205 
ISO 
885 

1,285 
510 

1,870 
565 


75. m 


Oswalt, A. E 


.98 
1.90 


Ott Ed 


18.74 


Ott Ed 


«f.35 






19.05 


Ott, Adam & Emma 

Ott Katie 


100 
285 


11.85 
.52 


ott W&M 


8.41 




105 

200 
ISO 


27.82 


Otty, Chas 


12 


75.00 


46.88 
27.82 




5 

9.11 

5 

IS 


60.00 
90. SS 
60.00 

86.66 


11.86 




50 


13.74 




17.04 




335 
150 
515 
220 
185 

580 
235 

* 

so 

* 
400 
465 

* 

150 
25 

430 

* 

* 
* 


74.55 


Overland, F. J 


4.43 


Owen, S. 

Owen Walter 


12 
30 
11 

45 
12 

* 

* 

12 

* 
.70 

1 
* 
* 

22 

5 

20 

* 

* 

* 

5 

10 

IS 
50 
IS 
SO 

* 

■■'*■■■ 
35 
5 
70 

80 

* 

40 
10 
10 

95 

S 

27 
13 


50.00 

50 

50.00 

55.00 
54.16 


3S.47 
30.95 




37.67 




48.80 




55.63 


Owinffs Chas W 


44.61 








231.80 




50.00 


510 


12.52 




4.57 


Pae-e John T 


400.00 
70.00 


200.00 
37.50 
34.89 
15.00 

155.00 
90.00 
10.00 
14.45 
10.00 

10.00 

25.00 

S.06 

5.00 

4.01 

S.OO 
13.37 

6.15 
16.67 
10.00 

40.00 
12.00 
17.70 
25. OO 
10. OO 

11.75 

30. OC 

9.4C 

9.5: 

10.1 

9.9( 

9.9. 

15.3! 

20. 0( 

ll 21.4 


540 
500 


6.40 
12.76 


Pn ffp Wm J 


66.68 








15.17 


Pnfffit B Lee 


300.00 
150.00 

""koM 


3,340 
325 


155.97 




21.41 




20.56 




940 


20.63 




34.80 








11.60 








109.40 




15.00 
15.00 


50 
150 


11.56 




SO 

* 

440 
27S 


17.13 




9.26 




20.00 
40.00 
20.00 
20.00 


665 

1,610 

2|0 

470 


21.47 


Palmer, L. E. (Trustee).. . . 


39.56 
11.36 




300 

* 

SOC 

* 

S3! 

SC 

40( 

4S( 

* 

40 
10 


123.55 
9.27 


Palmer, 0. A 


■■■'so '.66 

55.00 
40.00 

SO.OO 

"•io'.Od 
40. OC 
40.00 

40. OC 
40. 0( 

"is.k 

65. OC 




5O0 


72.46 
68.10 






> 1,660 
i 20C 
) 2,50( 

) 3,5I( 
) 


49.26 




7.53 


Pnlfrev Zilla S . . . 


41.99 


Palfrev, E. L. & Z. S 

Palethorpe, Mahel 

Palmateer, Richard 

Palmatecr Richard 

Palmateer, Sarah E 


i 73.04 
5 10.43 


5 1,63( 

[) 40 
30 

3,20 
S 39 



2 26.73 

» 7.72 
J 8.S9 


Palmateer, Sarah E 

Palmateer, S. E 

PalmquJBt, E. F 

Pamperin, M 

Pamperin, Herman 


35 
24 
* 

501 
',.21 


Ol 59.70 
4 24.94 
4.64 


5 1,71 
61 1,78 


2 32.45 
5 7. 65 



-64- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Sama o{ Taipajer 



Papsch, J. W 

Fapsch, Jos. & A 

Papoun, W. A. & S. N., 

Park A. C 

Park, Lyda M 



Park, M. &L 

Park, I.M 

Park, I. M 

Parker, R. M 

Parker, John & Armiada.... 



Parker, E. E 

Parker, C.H. (Heirs). 

Parker, Lvdia 

Parker, R. W 

Parker, J. W 



Parker, C. C. & H. C. 

Parker, Eldridge 

Parvin, John R 

Pardee, Ruby S 

Parry. H.W 



Parry, Owen 

Parry, Geo. T. & Delia. . 

Parsons, John 

Parsons, John 

Parsons. Alice V 



Pafrott, James A. 

Parrott, C. A 

Pafrott, W. W.. . . 

Parrott, S.h 

Parent, Ida E 



Partlow, J. W... 
Partlow, J. W.., 
Partlow, J. W.. 
Parman, G. G... 
Parrish, Jos. C. 



Parrish, Mary 

Parriah, Mary 

Parrish, J. M. 

Parrish, M. F. & M. J.. 
Parrish, C. L 



Parrish, TJios. J.. 
Parrish, R. L.. . . 

Parrish, R. L 

Parrish, R. L 

Parrish, R.L.... 



Parrish, P. (Heirs) 

Parelius, Cato & Anna.. 

Parmenter, L. D 

Parmenter, Leroy D 

Parment«r, D.J 



Parmenter, D. J 

Pannenter, Mary L.. 
Parmenter, Mary L.. 

Paachall, Mary 

Faschall, Jos 



lores Onltinted 



Ro.of 
icres 



7 

35 

20 

2 

9 



20 
2« 
2. 55 



25 

2 

40 



10 



33.37 



75 



4. SO 
8 

.50 
6 



12 



18 
5.70 



Pasold, Francis. , 
Pasold, Frank. . . 
Paaold, Frank. . . 
Patch, Frank B.. 
Pasoldf Albert. . . 



Patton, Elsie Dr 

Paterson, Thos 

Paterson, Thos 

Paterson, Fredk. W... 
Patterson, Wm. H 



Pattison, John 

Paul, Julian L. & M. E.. 

Paulson, A. C 

Paulson, Stooton 

Paulson, Paul 



Paulson, Paul 

Paulson, Hammond & M... 

Paulson, Andrew 

Paulson, A. A 

Paulson, Hans 



Paulsen, Peter 

Pauwels, John 

Paveltz, M. & M. . 
Pease, Allison, A., 
Pearoe, Dion E.. . 



Pearson, H. C 65 

Peavoy, Martin & E 40 

Peck, W.J 4 

Peck,W.J * 

Pederson. Edevart ^ 40 



issessment 
Per lore 



.50 



4 

15.08 
25 

21 

7 
18 
33 

4 
30 

27 

* 

IS 
10 



53.57 
55.71 
80.00 
15.00 
20.00 

20.00 



15.00 
22.22 



50.00 

92.3 

156.80 



40.00 



50.00 

300.00 

50.00 

60.00 



65.00 



55.60 

60.00 
50.00 
50.00 
50.00 



128.56 



108.89 

200.00 

25.00 

200.00 

37.50 

300.00 

100.00 



25.00 
30.00 
30.00 
30.00 
30.00 

30.00 
298.24 



25.00 
50.00 



50.00 



lores ITnonltiTated 



Mo. of 
lores 



Issessment 
Per lore 



Genenl Piopertj Issessments in 1910 



On lanil 



50.00 
12.50 
20.00 

10.00 



10.00 
80.00 
20.00 

333.33 



40.00 
89.52 
20.00 



105.00 

50.00 
20.00 
54.54 
20.00 
25.00 

20.00 



40.00 
130.00 



37.41 
60.00 
112.$0 



44.50$ 

14 

33.33 

38 

31 

28 
80 
154 
31 
10 

5 

71.74 
10.30 
18 
12 

37 

30.89 

41.75 

None 
40 

70 

.43 
41.11 
76.18 

None 

50 
26.72 
27.72 
28.72 
6.50 

None 

8.25 
None 

7.75 
10 

None 

72 

None 

3 

1.50 

8 
35 
12 
29 
28 



None 
16.32 
10.07 
17 

29 
5.19 

34 
152 
145 

150 
40 

78 

None 

155 

None 
1.09 
1.06 
4.27 
120 

76 

None 

55 

80 

4 

16.42 

None 
47 
II 
14 

93 
40 
63 

None 
.12 



SO. 



28.90 
72 



6.44 
40 



14.45 

17.85 

39.60 

7.89 

S.OO 

S.OO 
7.50 
2.60 
6.41 
30.00 

40.00 
16.72 
43.69 
83.40 
12.50 

10.81 
22.66 
17.36 
200.00 
20.00 

11.43 
139.53 
24.32 
32.83 
40.00 

20.00 
19.63 
19.65 
19.65 
11.55 

74.92 
36.37 
40.00 
92.48 
8.00 

200.00 

. 13.88 

300.00 

50.00 

33.33 

6.25 
8.00 
5.00 
7.S9 
10.00 

10.00 
200.00 
19.60 
19.86 
20.00 

18.62 

19.26 

20.00 

1.97 

3.44 

2.67 
3,75 
2.56 
30.00 
5.00 

200.00 
137.61 
141.50 
70.25 

5.83 

12.37 
50.00 
S.OO 
25.00 
30.00 

20.09 
13.00 
12.76 
5.00 
5.00 

5.00 
22.00 

9.52 
75.00 



$ 



6.92 
13.88 
75.00 
79.81 
20.001 



1,000$. 

2,200 

2,920 

330 

335 

380 
600 
490 
400 
300 



200 
2,200 
2,850 
1,900 

ISO 

600 
700 

1,975 
600 

2,800 

1,400 

60 

1,650 

2,500 

500 

1,420 

780 

740 

720 

75 

4,290 
300 
735 

2,500 
580 

900 

1,300 

ISO 

750 

SO 

350 
430 
300 
550 
640 

560 

1,700 

320 

250 

1,490 

690 
100 
780 
400 
800 

500 

ISO 

220 

40 

875 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



2,000 
ISO 
ISO 
300 
700 

1,100 
1,350 
775 
2,000 
1,380 

680 
360 
2,400 
135 
820 

1,005 

880 

1,200 

1,300 

75 

2,635 
3 



5151 

ooi 



660 

425 

125 

40 

100 

100 



50 
90 
135 
95 

50 

175 
300 
650 

490 

SO 



50 



320 



30 

400 



300 
SO 



50 



200 

300 

90 



200 
30 



Total 
Assessment 



Sing;le Tai 
Exemptions 
1910 Wonld 
Hare Been 



SO 



100 
SO 



350 
180 

200 

215 
445 
600 



200 
545 



100 

585 



200 
590 



1,000$ 

2,860 

3,345 

455 

375 

480 
600 
S90 
400 
300 



2,80( 



250^ 



200 
2,250 
2,940 
2,035 

245 

650 
700 

2,150 
900 

3,4S0 

1,890 

60 

1,700 

2,500 

500 

1,470 

780 

740 

720 

75 

4,610 
300 
735 

2,500 
610 

1,300 

1,300 

ISO 

1,050 

SO 

400 
430 
300 
600 
640 

760 

2,000 

410 

250 

1,690 

720 
100 
780 
450 
800 

500 
ISO 
220 
40 
875 

2,000 
250 
200 
300 
700 

1,100 
1,700 
955 
2,000 
1,580 

895 
805 

3,000 
135 

1,020 

1,550 

880 

1,300 

1.685 

75 

2,835 

3,990 

525 

SIS 

3,0501 



275 

1,985 

1,235 

140 

175 

280 



Single Tax 



lOlOWonld 
Have Been 



175 
145 



715 

1,355 

320 

95 

195 



990 

500 

1,850 



975 
'460 

"ikb 



330 
ISO 
110 
90 



2,110 



465 
950 
370 

400 
190 



600 



275 
110 
200 
295 
240 

560 

860 

90 

10 

1,050 

125 



60.00 
135 
250 

75 



25 
75 

800 
100 
SO 



140 
945 
555 



830 

425 

585 

1,980 

60 

800 

950 



560 
935 



2,185 

2,435 

150 



1.45^ 



725 
875 
2,110 
315 
200 

200 
600 
415 
255 
300 

200 
1,535 
1,585 
1,7 

150 

455 
700 

1,160 
400 

1,600 

915 

60 

1,240 

2,500 

360 

1,140 
630 
630 
630 

75 

2,500 
,300 
270 

1,550 
240 

900 

1,110 

150 

450 

50 

125 
320 
100 
305 
400 

200 
1,140 
320 
240 
640 

595 
100 
720 
315 
550 

425 
150 
205 
15 
800 

1,200 
150 
150 
300 
700 

960 
755 
400 
2,000 
750 

470 

220 

1,020 

75 

220 

600 
880 
740 
750 
75 

650 

1,555 

375 

SIS 

1,600 



lotnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Tonld 

fiave Been 



22.00$ 

62.92 

56.87 

6.83 

6.74 

8.64 
10.80 
11.02 
6.00 
4.50 

3.30 
36.00 
58.80 
40.70 

3.67 

9.75 
10.50 
36. S5 
18.00 
53.48 

30.24 

2.19 

42.50 

62. SO 

8.75 

22.05 
11.70 
11.10 
10.80 
1.57 

87.59 

5.70 

13.96 

62.50 

9.15 

42.25 
24.70 

4.88 
18.90 

1. 00 

6.00 

9.03 

7.95 
15.90 
16.96 



20.14 

47.00 

6.76 

4.13 

27.89 

11.88 
1.65 
12.87 
11.25 
16.00 

9.10 
2.73 
4.00 
1.04 
15.92 

53.00 
5.00 
4.00 
6.90 

17.50 

16.72 
34.00 
20.05 
60.00 
23.70 

16.83 
24,34 
99.00 
3.38 
25. SO 

38.74 
17.60 
19.50 
32.01 

2.44 

62.36 
63.84 
13.39 
13.13 

45.75 



27.80 

33,55 

55.24 

7.30 

5.55 

S.SS 
16.63 
11.83 
5.91 
6. 95 

4.98 
38.74 
50.74 
50.63 

3.48 



-65— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hunt of lupajer 



ions Oiltinted 



No. of 
iorei 



AsseBEmoiit 
For ioro 



ioroB TTncnltiTated 



No. of 
iorei 



isieasment 
Per ioro 



Geaenl Proporty isBOBsments in 1910 



On Land 



Biulding8& 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
JUsesoment 



Single Tai 
Iiemptions 
1910¥onld 
Have Been 



Single Tax 
issessmont 
1910 Vonld 
EaTO Been 



lotnal lii 

Paid for 

1910 



Tai for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax ¥onld 

Hare Been 



ii'ederson, Isak 

Pederson, August & 1 

Peier, Urban, Jr 

Peier, Urban, Sr 

Peier, Alphons 



Peiper, Augusta 

Peiper, Herman 

Pelky, Mitchell 

Pelky, Chas. W 

Pellatz, Otto & Paul . 



Penman, Hannah 

Penman, Hann.ah 

Penni, David 

Penzig, Clemens, Sr 

Pendleton. Da\'id E. & A.M. 



Pendleton, Preston. 

Pendleton, Louis 

Pendleton, Louis. . . 

Perkins, J. M 

Perret, Henry A.. . . 



6 
10 
1 
5.50 



10 
7 
12 
20 
60 

40 
II 

8 
30 

3 



$ 50.00 
15.00 
50.00 
50.00 



Perret. Henry 

Perrin, Edward B.. 

Perdue, Geo. C 

Perrott, G. H 

Eerlot, Mathew. . . . 



Perce, James... . 

Perry, F. C 

Perry, Bertha N.. 
Perry, J. D. & J.. 
Perry, Caleb 



Perringer, Jos. «fe M. L.. 

Perasso, .John 

Peshall, Francis 

Petty, E.W 

Petteys. M. C 



Peter, August & O.. 

Peter, Fred'k 

Peter, Fred'k 

Peters & Aden 

Peters, Meint E 



Peters, Geo. & Henry 

Peters, Abbo S. & A. M.. 

Petzold, B. R 

Petzold, B. R 

Petzold, Richard 



Peterson, John G.. 
Peterson, Geo. F.. . 
Peterson, Geo. F.. . 
Peterson, Leroy.. . . 
Peterson, CO 



Peterson, N. A 

Peterson, Edward T.. 

Peterson, Hilda 

Peterson, L. G 

Peterson, Fred E 



Peterson, Peter 

Peterson, A. F. & S.. 

Peterson, H. W 

Peterson, .T. C 

Peterson, James C. . 



Peterson, Emil . . . . 
Peterson, Sven . . . . 
Peterson, Rven . . . . 
Peterson, Mathais. 
Peterson, Kate E.. 



Peterson, Kate E 

Pettersson, Jonas. . . 

Pezgolo, Martino 

Pezgolo, Martino.... 
Pfenninger, W. & C 



Phelps, T.D 

Phelps, T. n 

Phelps, T. D 

Phelps, H. a. C 

Phelps, Srethna S.. . 



.32 



Phelan, .Tames 

Phipps, Iver H. & A. R.. . 

Phillips, Mary 

Phillips, .Sophia E 

Phillips, W.C. &M 



Phillips, Anna E.. 
Phillips, Marion... 

Phillips, Chas 

Phillips, JohnC. 
Phillippin, Fred... 



20 



30 

60 

20 

25 

I 

55 

14 
30 
6 
30 
25 



.50 



10 



20 



18 



.70 



SO 



70.00 
70.00 
30.00 
25.00 
55.00 

50.00 
60.00 
300.00 
50 00 
20.00 



250.00 



50.00 

70.00 
100.00 
66.67 
60.00 
100.00 

45.30 
85.71 



40.00 
50.00 

83.33 
55.00 
55.00 
150.00 
65.00 

70.00 
65.00 

200.00 
40.00 

120.00 



100.00 



60.00 



55.00 
85.00 



40.00 



20.00 



50.00 
15.00 



40.00 
200.00 

57.14 
25.00 
25.00 
52.00 



40.00 
40.00 



70.55 



120.00 
115.00 



55.00 



37 

70 

19 

14.50 

20 

2 

21 
148 

60 
100 

110 
43.32 
None 
35 
117 

85.75 
None 
23 
40 
40 

None 
80 
72 
160 
47.50 

8 

None 

22 
None 

20 

36 

3 

160 

19.63 
130 

35.44 
20 
98.27 
2.62 
10.40 

85 

50 

6 

70 

None 

160 

40 
159 

30 

14 

118.85 
27.0 

1.45 
13.78 
5 

1.40 
20 
10 
35 

5 

34 
80 
40 
40 
21.49 

14.68 
38 
40 
130 
12.50 

3.30 
150 
133.96 
30 

2 

75 
17 
80 
55.69 
5 

None 
None 

10 

40 

26 



62$ 



2 

1.42 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 

25.00 

23.80 

6.75 

8.35 

25.00 

11.82 

19.85 

125.00 

20.00 

5.00 

9.91 

250 

5.00 

7.50 

25.00 



6.25 
18.05 

9.00 
10.10 

21.25 
16.66 
20.00 
15.00 
50.00 

12.00 
40.00 
S.OO 
10.09 
20.00 

33.85 
10.00 
23.81 
41.98 
20.00 

40.00 
40.00 
100.00 
14.29 
40.00 

5.00 
5.00 
5.03 
10.00 
42.85 

9.33 
37.02 
103.45 

27.57 
20.00 

28.14 
35.00 
25.00 
14.28 
14.00 

5.00 
10.00 
7.00 
7.00 
19.77 

17.00 
4.2 
11.50 
10.00 
100.00 

22.72 

3.33 

3.74 

15.00 

50.00 

8.00 
10.58 

6.00 
24.78 
80.00 

50.00 
80.00 
40.00 
5.00 
25.00 



1,100 
250 
430 
565 
400 

750 

990 

1,360 

1,000 

5,800 

3,300 
1,520 
2,400 
2,200 
645 

850 
250 
115 
300 
1,000 

20 
500 

1,740 
1,440 
1,480 

310 
150 
640 
900 
2,300 

1,155 
720 
800 
220 

4,100 

6,200 
1,300 
3,725 
250 
3,785 

4,380 
3,950 
1,800 
2.200 
3,000 

800 
200 
800 
300 
1,000 

1,110 

1,000 

150 

800 

100 

480 
1,550 

250 

1,300 

70 

290 
800 
280 
280 
425 

750 

190 

460 

2,500 

1.650 

115 
750 
1,000 
970 
100 

800 
300 
480 
2,650 
400 

300 
575 
400 
200 
l,420l 



SO 

50 

235 



SO 
165 
350 

50 
670 

600 
690 
500 
ISO 



250 
160 



3S0 

100 

350 

100 

1,635 

125 



too 



125 
80 



75 
250 



545 
350 



6,900 
1,060 



200 
200 



100 



ISO 
100 



240 
1 25 

15 
380 

50 

145 



50 

30 

325 

200 

620 

ISO 
200 



355 



50 



100 
10 



1,100 
300 
480 
800 
400 

800 
1,155 
1,710 
1,050 
6,470 

3,900 
2,210 
2,900 
2,350 
645 

850 
500 
275 
300 
1,000 

370 

500 

1.840 

1,440 

1.830 

410 

1,785 
765 
900 

2.400 

1,280 
800 
800 
295 

4,350 

6,745 
1.650 

3,725 
7,150 
4,845 

4,380 
3,950 
2,000 
2,400 
3,000 

800 
200 
800 
300 
1,100 

1,110 

1,000 

300 

900 

100 

720 
1,675 

265 
1,680 

120 

435 
800 
280 
280 
425 

800 

220 

785 

2,700 

2,270 

265 
950 
1,000 
970 
100 

l,ISS 
300 
480 

2,650 
450 

400 
S8S 
400 
200 
2,I3S 



170 

1 85 

80 

400 



500 
490 
630 
380 
2,470 

2,125 
1,130 
1,900 
1,050 
45 



250 
160 



350 



395 



1,150 

200 
1,760 
265 
675 
750 

660 
400 



90 
1,150 

3,515 
1,250 
78S 
7,010 
3,535 

420 
750 
800 
970 
4 000 



330 



ISO 
330 



440 
625 

15 
895 

SO 

235 



386 

SS 

325 

1,100 

820 

175 
415 
425 
370 



515 
90 



825 
SO 



275 
185 



1.135 



930$ 

115 

400 

400 

400 

300 
665 

1,080 
670 

4,000 

1,775 
1,080 
1,000 
1,300 
600 

8S0 
250 
115 
300 
1.000 

20 

500 
1,445 
1,440 

680 

210 

25 

500 

225 

1.650 

620 
400 
800 
205 
3,200 

3,230 

400 
2,940 

140 
1.310 

3,960 
3,200 
1,200 
1,430 
1,000 

800 
200 
800 
300 
770 

1,110 
1,000 

150 

S70 

100 

280 

1,050 

250 

785 

70 

200 
800 
280 
280 

425 

420 

165 

460 
1,600 
1,450 

90 
535 
575 
600 
100 

640 
210 
480 
1,825 
400 

125 
400 
400 
200 
1,000 



50$ 



16 

7. SO 
7.92 

13.19 
6.60 

16.00 
23.10 
37.62 
23.10 
103.52 

62.40 
35.36 
76.85 
35.25 
12.89 

17. 8S 
16.25 
5.78 
4.50 
IS. 00 

14.10 
7. SO 
29.80 
31.68 
29.28 

7.70 
37.48 
19.13 
16.20 
45.60 

25.60 
16.00 
20.00 
6.49 
65.25 

101.18 
24.75 
59.59 

107.25 
72.68 

65.70 
59.25 
47. 7S 
46.50 
63.00 

12.00 
5.20 

20.80 
4.56 

16. SO 

18.3 
15.00 

7.20 
22.50 

1.50 

10.80 
33.50 

3.98 
38.64 

2.40 

12.72 
16.80 
5.88 
5.88 
6.38 

12.00 
5.06 
15.7 
,54.00 
S3. 34 

6.63 
14.44 
15.20 
19.40 

2.30 

34.64 

5.40 

10.56 

39. 7S 

9.00 

9.20 
14.92 
6.00 
4.60 
36.30 



-66- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Sune of Taipajer 



ions OnltiTated 



Ho, of 
lores 



Per Aor« 



Pick, CO 

Pickens, Clara 

Pickens, Mattie 

Pickens, R. A 

Pier, Peter 



Pierce, E. A 

Fiersons, Cora 

Pilclier, J. E 

Pillster, C. (Heirs) . . . 
Pilabury, Margaret J.. 



Pillsbury, Nora A 

Pilkington, J. B 

Pim, J. P 

Pinard, 0-H-E Eva & A.. . 
Piaard, Plora 



Finkley, Joseph 

Pinkley, A. W 

Pinkley, Hester L 

Pipka, Chas 

Pittman, Ephxian & A. C 



Piatt, Henry K 

Platts, C. H. & Etta.. 

Flantz, Grant 

Plimpton, Ortley 

Poe, John (Heirs) . . . . 



Poe, John (Heirs) . 
PoeppinK, Anton.. 

Polehn, Frank 

Polehn, Frank 

Polehn, Frank 



Pollock, John S 

Pollock, Isaac 

Polifka, Wm 

Pomeroy, J. H. (Heirs) . . . 
Pomeroy, J. H. (Heirs) . . . 



Pond, F. S 

Poor, J. P 

Poole, J. W 

Poorman, C 

Foorman, J. M.. 



Pope.W. H 

Porter, Wm. W 

Porter, W. W. & L. F.. 

Porter, C.H 

Porter, Edward A 



Porter, W. R. & M.. . 

Porter, Marv Pj 

Porter, J. G. (Heirs). 

Porter, Ora 

Portland, Trust Co.. . 



Portland Cement Co.. . . 

Portland Cement Co 

Portland Cement Co.. . . 
Portland Cement Co — 
Portland WP&ET Co... 

Portland W P & E T Co., 
Portland W P c& E T Co.. 
Portland WP&ETCo.. 
Portland W P & E T Co.. 
Portland Open Air Sant... 



Portland Ry. L. & P. Co., 
Portland Ry. L. & P. Co.. 
Portland & S. R. E. Co.. . 
Portland & S. R. E. Co... 
Portland &S.R.E.Ck)... 

Portland&S. R. E. Co... 

Portland & S. R. E. C 

Portland&S. R.E. Co... 
Portland & S. R. E. Co.. . 
Portland&S. R.E. Co... 

Portland & S. R. E. Co. . . 
Portland & S. R. E. Co.. . 
Portland & S. R. E. Co. . . 
Portland & S. R. E. Co. . . 
Portland & S. R. E. Co. . . 

Portland WP&ET Co.. 
Portland WP&ETCo.. 
Portland WP&ET Co.. 
Portland WP&ETCo., 
Portland WP&ET Co.. 

Portland W P & E T Co.. 
Portland WP&ETCo.. 

Poteet, Geo. T 

Poteet, Geo. T 

Poteet, Geo. T.. 



30 



10 
6 

35 

5 
40 



.22 



SO 
20 



9.30 

2 
20 
28 



35 

7 
30 

3 
12 

3 

5 
2 

* 

2.37 



37.73 

I 
60 
19 
24 



10 



10 



60 



45 



1,363.63 
30.00 
50.00 
44.64 



50.00 
80.00 



60.00 



50.00 

40.00 
40.00 
57 
40.00 



52.50 

300.00 

40.00 

40.00 
50.00 



52.20 
52.00 



107.52 

40.00 

150.00 

200.00 



150.00 



100.00 

100.00 
20.00 
40.00 
37.50 
50.00 

55.00 
60.00 



337.55 



300.03 
50.00 
43.33 
40.00 
50.00 



50.00 



Canals & 
Taxes sho 



33.00 



32.00 



55.00 



Acres nnoQltiTated 



So. of 
Aores 



40 

None 
55 
70 
40 

10 

6. 

480 

65 

60 

6 

130 

40 

20 

15 



77 



40.00 



14.25 

26 

14 

63 

50 

9.70 
9.96 
22 

5 
43 

21.75 

61.75 

20.64 

30 

50.15 

2,50 
None 
27 

34.40 
87.67 

40 

None 

1.25 

80 

30.86 

7.80 
50 
31 
51 
55,50 

6 

10.25 
2.69 

None 
10.40 

None 

5 

81.45 

I 

205.11 

79.61 
20 

7 
42.11 

5.94 

Locks 
wn on fran 

40 

38.48 
7.50 

70 

80 

80 
440 
115 

70 

10 

46 

120 

8,24 

43,60 
359.25 
206.06 

16.52 
100.80 

307.53 
155.26 

40 

35 

40 



Assessmeut 
Per Aors 



00$ 



15. 

1,000.00 

7.27 

14.00 

12.50 

10.00 
66.46 
5,00 
20.00 
50.00 

83.33 
38.46 
20,00 
15.00 
15,00 

9.82 
10.00 
19.64 
9.52 
7.50 

36.08 
25.00 
20.00 
175.00 
10.00 

10.11 
14.57 
14.54 
15.92 
14.96 

20.00 
80.00 

100 !oo 

99.92 

10.00 

80.00 

112.00 

8.00 

49.23 

51.28 
5.00 
12.90 
13.72 
19.82 

25.00 
25.00 
81.78 
150.40 
120.19 

40.00 
20.00 
12.27 
15,00 
18,04 

15.11 
20.00 
14.29 
14.96 
303.03 



chise valu 
10.00 
10.39 
10.00 

8.57 
10.00 
17.50 
. 9.09 
10.00 

8.29 
8.00 
19.56 
4.16 

24.27 

10.89 
11.41 
23.05 
60.54 
19.84 

9.98 
12.88 
20.00 
17.43 
20,00l 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Pro portj 



600$ 

300 

550.. 
1,480.. 
1,750 

100 

450 
2,400 
2,050 . . 
3,400 . . 



500 

6,800 

800 

300 

475 

380 
820 
675 
1,280 
375 

350 

250 

965 

2,675 

1,830 

420 
2,900 

300 
3,090 
1,790 

50 

1,000 

380 

6,440 

14,360 

400 
300 
140 
640 
5,025 

1,100 

850 

520 

1,150 

1,250 

425 
370 
220 
800 
1,250 

11,320 

150 

3,600 

775 
4,900 

1,200 
400 
100 
980 

1,800 



400 



475 

600 
1,130 
1,400 
4,000 
1,150 

900 
80 
900 
500 
200 

475 
7,400 
4,750 
1,000 
2,000 

3,070 
2,000 

800 
2,400 

8001 



1,700 



325 



100 



115 

25 
385 
350 
320 



SO 

405 

50 

75 
395 
340 
200 
100 



150 



600 



65 



50 

300 

25 

90 

560 

535 
215 

2,245 



350 

ioo 
ioo 



3,175 
300,000 



50 



200 



Total 
Assessment 



Single lai 
Exemptions 
1910 Would 
Han Been 



Single Tsi 
Assessment 
1910Tonld 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax ¥onld 

EaTo Been 



600$. 
2,000 

550 
1,480 
2,075 

100 

450 
2,400 
2,050 
3,400 

500 
6,900 
800 
300 
590 

405 
1,205 
1,025 
1,600 

375 

350 

250 
1,015 
3,080 
1,880 

495 
3,295 

640 
3,290 
I 890 

50 

1,150 

380 

7,040 

14,360 

400 
365 
140 
640 
5,025 

1,150 
1,150 
545 
1,240 
1,810 

960 

585 

220 
3,045 
1,250 



11,670 

ISO 

3,800 

775 

5,100 

1,200 
400 
100 
980 

4,975 

300,000 



400 

475 

600 
1,130 
1,400 
4,000 
1,150 

950 
80 
900 
500 
200 

47S 
7,400 
4,750 
1,000 
2,000 

3,070 
2,000 

800 
2,600 

800 



1,780 
lis 
360 

1,225 



450 
ISO 



745 



290 

205 
805 
615 
840 



375 
1,155 
1,100 

225 
1,815 

340 
2,015 

840 



405 

60 

1,600 

2,800 



205 



1.730 

335 
750 
105 
375 
650 

685 
285 



2,680 



10,160 

30 

2,065 

475 

965 



245 
3,165 



300,000 



290 



2,615 



1,215 



600$ 
220 
435 
1,120 
850 

100 

450 

2,400 

1,600 

3,250 

500 
6,155 
800 
300 
300 

200 
400 
410 
760 
375 

350 
250 
640 
1,925 
780 

270 
1,480 

300 
1,275 
1,050 

50 

745 

320 

5,440 

11,560 

400 
160 
140 
640 
3,295 

815 
400 
440 
865 
1,160 

275 
300 
220 
365 
1,250 

1,510 
120 

1,735 
300 

4,135 

1,200 
400 
100 
735 

1,810 



35,000 
400 

475 



600 

900 

1,400 

4,000 

1,150 

660 
80 
900 
500 
200 

475 
4,785 
4,750 
1,000 
2,000 

3,070 
2,000 

800 
1,385 

800 



12.00 
36.00 
8.25 
37.00 
35.27 

1.65 

9.00 

60.00 

45.10 

61.20 

12.75 
113.85 

16.00 
4.50 
8.86 

8.09 
24.09 
15.38 
24.00 

8.24 

5.77 

3,75 

16.25 

49,27 

37.60 

9.90 
56.01 
12.60 

82.25 
47. 2S 

.75 

28.80 

9.50 

126,72 

258.48 

7.20 
9.3 
5.1 
12.16 
112.58 

29.33 
29.91 
9.00 
20.46 
69.86 

24.94 
15.22 
3.96 
54.80 
45.62 

282.84 

2.40 

64.60 

13.18 

102.00 

24.00 

8.00 

2.00 

19.60 

116.92 

5,587.50 



6.00 
7.13 

9.12 
17.17 
21.00 
90,20 
17,48 

14.25 
1.20 

13.50 
8.30 
5.32 

9,49 
183.00 
142.50 
30.00 
49.10 

92.10 
32.00 
22.00 
68.25 
I4,00l 



-67- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






Icni CiltiTated 


kmt UnonltiTtttd 


Gonenl Proportj Aasessmonts in 1910 


Single Tai 
Iiemptions 
i910Vonld 
EaTS Been 


Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910¥oiUd 
Have Been 


AotnalliC 

Paid for 

1910 


T«i for 1910 

Under Slnila 

TaxWooId 

Eare Ben 


(una of Taipajw 


Ho. of 

icrei 


Afisesament 
Per Aero 


No. of 
Acres 


Asseesment 
Per Aore 


On Land 


fiuildingflJc 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
Assessment 


Potter, Cora 


* 

25 

* 

* 

. S3 

45 
.33 

* 
* 

* 

/ \ i 

15 
.25 


$ 

68.00 


40 
55 
120 
40 
63.71 

35 

None 

120 

160 

80 

2.15 
6 
.25 
None 
1.25 

25 

None 

38 

9 

77.91 

38.59 

45 

30 

I.SO 
24 

20 
40 

None 
5 
2 

23.97 

7 
None 
3.50 
.07 

6S 
40 
80 
160 

29.28 

13.19 

219.96 

253.66 

Island 

247 
2 
nf'Canem 
23.60 
45.52 

306 
24 
275 
800.98 
160 

470.16 
30 

37.27 
52 

10 

40 

80 

49.92 

20 

79 
280 

28 
160 
108 

40 
40 
22 
37 
28.86 

48 

None 

6.52 

40 

40 

40 

11.48 

17.25 

57.71 

18.57 


$ 22.50 

16.18 

2.50 

45.00 

22.00 

20.00 
90.39 

5.00 
10.00 

6.00 

41.86 
20.00 
160.00 
100.00 
120.00 

30.00 
77.77 
10.00 
20.00 
20.02 

29.23 
26.66 
30.00 
50.00 
16.70 

20.00 
12.00 
15.00 
150.00 
50.00 

25.00 

25.00 

75.00 

200.00 


$ 900 

2,600 

300 

1,800 

4,315 

3,050 
200 
600 

1,600 
480 

690 
1,095 
IIS 
250 
ISO 

750 
100 
470 
340 
1,770 

1,920 

4,450 

900 

75 

1,150 

650 
480 
50 
750 
400 

985 
175 
3,850 
700 
100 

1,500 
160 
600 

1,600 
800 

4,500 

1,530 

25,000 

39,500 

100,000 

20,000 

400 

5,000 

400 

700 

3,760 
1,400 
2,850 
9,610 
1,870 

7,000 

30 

500 

1,600 
20 

120 
600 
800 
400 
240 

2,900 
2,800 
780 
1,640 
1,680 

600 
400 
580 
470 
550 

2,120 

550 

280 

1,000 

1,000 

800 
1,400 

850 
1,640 
3.360' 


$ * 

765 
* 
* 
450 

100 


$ 900 

3,365 

300 

1.800 

4,765 

3,150 
200 
600 

1,600 
480 

790 
1,495 
260 
805 
255 

750 

500 

470 

1,105 

1.770 

2,220 

4,995 

900 

75 

1,425 

700 
480 
250 
750 
440 

1,380 
175 

3,975 
700 
100 

1,600 
160 
600 

1,600 
800 

5,000 

1,530 

25,000 

40,000 

100,000 

20,000 

400 

5,000 

1,000 

700 

7,260 
1,400 
2,850 
9,610 
1,870 

7,000 

30 

500 

1,600 
20 

120 
600 
900 
400 
240 

3,300 
2,800 
4,380 
1,640 
1,680 

600 
400 
650 
520 
550 

2,535 

625 

320 

1,000 

1,000 

850 
1,550 
7,930 
1,640 
3,860 


$ 

2,070 


$ 900 

1,295 

300 

1,800 

2,565 

1,600 
30 

600 
1,600 

480 

340 
420 
80 
100 
150 

750 

35 

400 

240 

1,640 

1,490 
2,535 

900 
75 

670 

500 
480 
15 
750 
300 

775 
175 
2,305 
700 
100 

1,100 
160 
600 

1,600 
800 

4,500 

1,530 

25,000 

39,700 

100,000 

20,000 

400 

5,000 

400 

700 

3,200 
1,400 
2,800 
9,610 
1,870 

7,000 

30 

500 

920 

20 

120 
600 
800 
400 
240 

1,315 
2,800 
430 
1,640 
1,335 

600 
400 
455 
400 

385 

2,000 

250 

210 

1,000 

1,000 

800 

890 

605 

1,320 

1,430 


$ 22.50 

84.12 

6.90 

36.00 

74.65 

47.25 
S.30 
15.00 
24.00 
12.48 

16.59 

22.43 

9.49 

16.11 

8.28 

11.25 
12.00 
9.40 
17.68 
28.32 

33.30 
74.92 
13.50 
1.12 
21.38 

11.34 
7.20 
3.75 

27.37 
7.70 

22.09 

2.62 

101.37 

16.45 

2.65 

24.32 
3.76 
12.00 
29.12 
14.40 

90.00 

55.85 

450.00 

7.20 

2,525.00 

382. SO 

7.20 

90.00 

30.00 

21.00 

217.80 
42.00 
59.85 

192.68 
39.27 

175.06 

.SO 

IS. 00 

32.00 

.50 

2.40 
18.00 
20.70 
6.00 
3.60 

49.50 
42.00 
122.60 
32.80 
50.40 

12.00 
6.00 
11.05 
10.40 
8.36 

51.40 
9.38 
8.00 
15.00 
15.00 

13.60 
29.45 
118.95 
24.60 
57.9OI 


$ 36.42 


Potter, John W 


52.41 


Potter Marv E 


9.75 


Potter, Mary E 

Pottratz, G, E. & Emma.. . 

Pottratz, G. E 






57.15 


5S.00 

52.22 
606.00 


2,200 

l,5S0 
170 


62.70 
37.09 


Powell, Chas 


1.61 


Powell, Chas E 


* 
* 
* 

100 
400 
145 
555 
105 

* 
400 


22.80 


Powell Valley Co 






37.09 


Powell J. W. 






15.62 




100.00 

65.00 

300.00 

250.00 


450 
1,075 
180 
705 
105 


11.89 


Powell', W. J. & A. E 

Powers, R. E. Mrs 


9.74 
3.80 
2.9S 


Powers, Augusta 


9.88 


Powers, H. R 


* 

.4 
2 
3 
4 

12 
50 

* 

* 

16 

5 

* 

1 

* 

4 

7 

30.74 

* 

* 

IS 

* 

* 
* 


5"222!22 
45.00 
53.33 
S2.S0 

65.00 
65.00 


17.39 


Poyser, W.B 

Pratt, Frank N. & DeUlah. 


465 

70 

865 

130 

730 
2,460 


1.35 
13.24 


Pratt, Albert 


765 


5.95 


Pratt, Albert 


40.65 


Prahl, L. H. & Lydia 

Prahl, F. W. & Sadie 

Prahl, Wm. F. & K 


300 

545 

* 
* 

275 
50 


34.54 
58.76 
20.86 


Prahl, L. R 


"iiiiso 

SO. 00 




'.74 




755 
200 


15.53 


Prather, B. S 

Prehn, F. W 


12.49 
11.13 




50.00 


200 

40 

395 

* 

125 

* 

* 

100 

* 
* 

* 

500 
* 
* 

500 


235 


.35 


Preston, W. B 


35.69 


Preston, Harriet J 

Preston, Ole L 


75.00 
55.00 


140 
605 


8.15 
18.95 


Preston, W. E 


4.06 


Prentiss, S. E 

Price, Jos. J 


125.25 


1,670 


86.78 
24.66 








4. 58 


Priester, Ottilie 


40.00 


13.85 
4.00 
7.50 

10.00 
800.00 

153.35 
IIS. 99 
113.65 
155.72 


500 


25.94 


P.R.L.&P.Co 


5.41 


P.R.L.&P.Co 






17.13 


P.R.L.&P.Co 






42.92 


P. R. L. &P. Co 






21.24 


P.R.L.&P.Co 




500 


119.52 


P.R.&L.P.Co 


* 
* 

■■■*■*' 

* 
* 




72.80 


P. R. L. & P. Co 






804. SO 


P.R.L.&P.Co 

P.R.L.&P.Co 


Ab'rnathy 


500 


1,271.11 
4,620.00 


P. R. L. & P. Co 


80.96 
200.00 
ah" 

16.95 
15.37 

10.00 
58.33 
10.00 
12.00 
11.69 

14.89 
1.00 
13.41 
11.53 
20.00 

12.00 
15.00 
10.00 
8.00 
12.00 

10.13 
10.00 
10,71 
10.25 
11.11 

15.00 
10.00 
18.18 
10.00 
10.39 

40.00 
50.00 
24.61 
25.00 
25.00 

20,00 
43.55 
25.29 
20.00 
24.21 


* 

* 
600 

3,500 


600 


743.95 


P. R. L. & P. Co 




10.62 


P. R. L. &P. Co 


River Fro 


132.80 


P.R.L.&P.Co 


22,67 


P. R. L. &P. Co 


* 

14 

* 

S 

* 

* 

* 
* 
* 

28 
* 

* 
* 




45.97 


P. R. L. & P. Co 


50.00 

""io.bb 


4,060 


IS4.32 


P.R.L.&P.Co 


96.53 


P. R. L. & P. Co 


50 


112.44 


P.R.L.&P.Co 


* 
* 

* 
* 

* 


330.92 


P.R.L.&P.Co 






66.32 


P.R.L.&P.Co 






220.22 


Prosser, Geo. W 




.75 


Proctor & Straus 






20.06 


Proctor, W. A 


35.71 


680 


28.29 


Proctor, W. A 


* 

* 

100 

* 

400 

* 

3,600 


.80 


Proctor, W. A 






3.69 


Proctor, W. A 






28.61 


Proctor, W. A.. . 




100 


28.70 


Proctor, W. A 


* 
* 

51 

>¥ 

12 

* 

12 

* 
* 
3 
3 
8 

2 

5 

2 

# 
■ * 




9.27 


Proctor, W. A 




5.56 


Proctor, W. A 


41.17 


1,985 


30 48 


Proctor, W. A 


64.90 


Proctor, W. A 


40.00 

"■46 '.66 


3,950 


13.23 


Proctor, W. A 


50.43 


Proctor, W. A 


345 


63.67 


Proctor, W. A 


* 
* 

70 
50 


18.45 


Proctor & Beers 






9.27 


Proebstel, Chas 


60.00 
33.33 
31.25 

100.00 
110.00 
60.00 


195 
120 
16S 

535 
375 
110 


11.87 




11.89 


Prudhomme, B, H 


9.04 


Pugh, Willema & E. A 

Pugh, James M 


415 
75 
40 

IK 
* 

50 

ISO 

7,080 


69.92 
5.79 


Pugh, J. M 

Pugh, R. A 


7.89 
23. IS 


PuEh,H.M 






23.18 


Pugh, Hugh M 




50 
660 

7,325 
320 

2,430 


19.95 


Puiiloert, Peter 


9 

7 

8 

40 


100.00 
60.00 
60.00 
72.50 


25.44 


Purdy, WillE 


14.02 


Purdy, WillE. &Onie J... 


30.60 


Purdy, O. J 


km 


33.15 



—68— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hamt of Tupa^tr 



lens CaltiTated 



Ho. of 

lores 



Purdy, L. A 

Puroell, Daniel H., 

Putz, John 

Putz, John 

Quackenbuah, E, . 



■Quinn, C. K 

Quinn, W. W 

Radford, R. H... 
Radford, Fred..., 
Radolph, Otto C. 



Raddatz, W. M 

Raicy, Frank 

Raicy, Frank R 

Rainey, Wm. M. & Ruth. 
Raithel, Henry 



Rakel, Dorothy 

Rakel, Dora 

RaU, W. L. & B. v.. 

Ralston, L. O 

Ramsby, S. M 



Ramflby, Francien 

Ramsby, H. S. & Amelia. . 
Ramsby, H. S. & Amelia. . 
Ramsby, H. S. & Amelia. . 
Ramsby, Delbert H. & C. V 



Ramberg, Karen 

Ramberg, A. H 

Ramsay, Chas. L. & C. E. 

Ramsey, Nancy G.' 

Ramsey, Ruth E 



Ramsey, J. F 

Rambo, T. H 

Rameiya, John. . . . 

Rank, 0.0 

Rands, E. P 

Rankin, J. H 

Randall, Geo 

Randall, Geo 

Randall, Gilbert S. 
RandaU, W. G 



Randall, Tom. P 

Randall, Tom. P 

Ransdell, E. G. V. H. G 

Randolph, E.' W.'.'.'.'.'!.' ! 



Randolph, Edla 

Rapps, Mary 

Rape, Chas. F. & yarah. , 

Raphaelson, Emery 

Rastall, H.J 



Rastall, H. J 

Rastall, Vienna. 
Rastall, James. . 
Rastall, James.. 
Rastall, H. J. . . . 



Rashford, N. R 

Rashford, N. R 

Raschi, Phillip 

Raschi, Christof . . . . 
Rasmussen, Jeppe. . . 

Rasmuasen, John P. 

Rassmussen, P 

Rath, Nicholas 

Rath, C. A 

Rath, Carl A 



Rath, Leo 

Rath, Leo 

Rath, Peter 

Rath, Louis 

Rathbone, W. A. & M. C. 

Rauoh, M. L. (Trustee) . . . 
Rauch, M. L. (Trustee)... 

Ravely, A. (Heirs) 

Rawlins, R. J. (Heirs) 

Rawlins, B. T 

Rawhauser, E. G 

Ray, J. B 

Raymond, W. W 

Read, Lawrence & Lillian. 
Reagan, T. J 



Reagan, Rosa A 

Reasouer, Amanda 

Reasoner, Amanda 

Rebstock, Chas 

Rector. Benj. F. & Bessie. 



IsseaBment 
Per icro 



2 
5 
5 
2 
18 

40 

2 

21 

14 



17 
36 

3.65 



12 



.29 



40 



15 
115 



16 

25 
S 
1 



30 



50 
35 
45 
25 



50 
2 



40 

8 



25 



22 



I 

18 
15 

19 

40 



50 



2 
7.50 



15 



.50 



45.00 
60.00 
18.00 
15.00 

55.55 

40.00 
150.00 
35.71 
32.14 



47.06 
80.00 
76.71 



20.83 



160.00 



15.00 



35.00 



45.00 
45.00 



60.00 
50.00 
20.00 
125.00 



70.00 



60.00 
42.85 
40.00 
56.00 



25.00 



52.50 
100.00 



45.00 
55.00 



50.00 



35.00 



55.00 
55.00 
53.33 

300.00 
50.00 



25.00 



25.00 
25.00 
50.00 

60.00 
60.00 



20.00 



50.00 
120.00 



200.00 
60.00 



52.50 
52.58 
65.00 
60. Off 



iores UsonltiTated 



No. of 

AcroB 



48 

3.88 

77.35 

I 
154.70 

120 
6.50 

59 

26 
160 

49.17 
21.15 

None 

5.83 
146.78 

None 
28.10 

5 
105 
8.27 

73.85 
40 
46.92 
88.27 
153 

44 

650 

144 

1.25 

I 

.40 

40 

80 

48.42 

5.35 

160 
30 
45 
35 
19. 



50 



80 
41 

30 

22.25 

55 
152 
5.75 

35 
216 

100 
65 
98.20 
27.29 
82.16 

326.57 
60 
14.08 
12.11 
65 

None 

50 

10 

40 
110 

80 
40 
70 
10 
3 

1.52 
21.30 

120 

148 
10 

65 

5.50 
16 

1 

7.95 

11.55 
90 
123.86 
8 
13.83' 



ABsessmoQt 
Per lore 



15.10$ 

38.65 

4.00 

5.00 

15.93 

10.00 
46.15 

5.93 
10.00 

3.13 

13.22 
40.18 
39.72 
41.16 
9.20 



39.17 

150.00 

4.76 

9.07 

9.88 
10.00 
11.50 
12.00 

9.80 

25.00 

18.43 

5.00 

100.00 

125.00 

62.50 
6.00 
8.00 

12.39 
112.20 

15.00 
23.33 
20.00 
14.28 
20.51 

20.00 
21.95 

20.00 
30.12 

10.00 
26.32 
22.60 
20.00 
7.64 

8.00 
8.00 
7.33 
5.95 
7.95 

9.98 
10.00 

25.75 
25.00 
17.70 

200.00 
16.00 
5.00 
4.38 
5.00 

22.00 
5.00 
S.OO 
8.00 

16.66 

32.89 

29.56 

15.00 

4.26 

5.00 

20.00 
68.27 
25.00 
10.00 
30.00 

29.44 
20.00 
18.56 
25.00 
13.01 



General Property ABseBsmenta in 1910 



On Land 



BoildingB ft 
Personal 
Propertj 



815 

450 

400 

35 

3,465 

2,800 
600 

1,100 
710 
500 

1,450 

3,730 

280 

240 

1,600 

100 

1,420 

750 

725 

75 

2,130 
400 
1,215 
6,235 
1,500 

2,060 

2,450 

820 

250 

125 

25 

240 

640 

2,700 

600 

2,400 
3,700 
2,400 
2,300 
1,800 

1,600 
1,000 

3,225 
970 

2,350 
4,440 
130 
1,950 
1,650 

800 
1,290 
720 
160 
650 

3,260 

600 

415 

1,290 

1,950 

5,700 

2,800 

50 

17S 

1,800 

1,760 
200 
600 
580 
750 

170 
1,080 
1,800 

670 
50 

2,050 
435 
400 

2,900 
660 

340 
4,425 
4,140 
2,280 

780 



265 



1 050 



420 
350 



150 
100 



255 
200 



200 



785 
450 



50 
355 

25 
250 



60 
360 

350 



685 

485 



50 



Total 
issesBment 



150 
300 



200 
140 



20 
350 

75 

400 
615 

520 
200 



390 
345 
200 

20 



75 



40 
615 

425 



150 



465 
155 



815 

450 

665 

35 

3,465 

3,850 

600 

1,520 

1,060 

500 

1,600 

3,830 

280 

300 

1,695 

355 

1,620 

750 

725 

75 

2 330 
400 
2,000 
6,685 
1,500 

2,110 

2,805 

845 

500 

125 

85 

240 

640 

3,060 

600 

2,400 



Single lai 
XxemptionB 
1910 Would 
laTe Been 



60 
105 

335 

20 

715 

2,250 
210 

1,045 
660 



725 

1,535 

135 

60 

235 

255 
440 



155 



1,205 



1,290 
4,245 



610 

1,155 

100 

275 



60 



2,120 



Single Tax 
iflsesBment 
1910 Vonld 
Have Been 



ietnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



$ 



4,050 
2,400 
2,985 
2,285 


2,185 

800 

1,845 

1,370 


1,600 




1,000 


10 


3,275 
970 


1,675 
240 


2,350 
4,440 
280 
2,250 
1,650 


1,400 
230 
ISO 

1,050 


800 




1,490 
720 


795 


160 




790 


140 


3,260 




600 




435 
1,640 
2,025 


50 
890 
610 


6,100 

3,415 

50 


2,300 
1,975 


695 
2,000 


520 
1,200 


1 760 




200 




990 
925 
950 


590 
685 
665 


190 
1,080 
1,800 


75 
230 


745 
50 


105 


2,430 

435 

440 

3,515 

1,085 


830 

25 

40 

2,015 

635 


340 




4,575 

4,140 

2,745 

935 


1,775 

1,190 

1,745 

625 



Tax for 1910 

Under Sinrli 

Tax Wonid 

fiare Been 



755 

345 

330 

IS 

2,750 

1,600 
390 
475 
400 
500 

875 

2,295 

145 

240 

1,460 

100 

1,180 

750 

570 

75 

1,125 

400 

710 

2,440 

1,500 

1,500 

1,650 

745 

225 

125 

25 
240 
640 
940 
600 

2,400 
1,865 
1,600 
1,140 
915 

1,600 
990 

1,600 
730 

950 
4,210 

130 
1,200 
1,650 

800 
695 
720 
160 
650 

3,260 
600 
385 
750 

1.415 

3,800 

1,440 

50 

175 

800 

1,760 
200 
400 
240 
285 

115 

850 

1,800 

640 

50 

1,600 
410 
400 

1,500 
450 

340 
2,800 
2,950 
1,000 

310 



13.86$ 
11.25 
11.31 
.81 
87.31 

65.45 
10.80 
22.80 
17.70 
12.50 



25.60 

65. 
4.76 
5.70 

28.14 

6.39 
29.16 
11.25 
14.50 

1.47 

45.44 
7.20 
42.02 
140.39 
31.50 

31.65 
44.63 
19.85 
12.00 
3.00 

2.55 

4.80 

13.44 

76.50 

12.00 

60.00 
64.80 
38.40 
47.75 
36.60 

40.75 
15.00 

49.13 

23.28 

58.75 
67.04 
5.88 
33.75 
30.63 

14.56 
29.06 
14.04 
3.12 
15.40 

66.83 
12.90 
9.13 
34.44 
33.41 

143.35 

52.93 

1.25 

18.76 

50.00 

35.20 
5.00 
24.75 
13.88 
16.15 

2.85 
16.20 
39.60 
19.37 

1.30 

40.09 
11.09 
11.00 
70.30 
32.54 

10.20 

75.49 

68.3 

41.1; 

14.02) 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






icres Onltiyated 


Aores UnooltiTated 


General Propertj Assessments in 1910 


Single Tai 


Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Would 
Hare Bees 


Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 


TaiforlSfO 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

.Hare Been 


N&me of Taxpayer 


Ho.of 

icrei 


Assessment 
Per Aon 


No. of 

Acres 


Assessment 
Per Aore 


On Land 


Buildings 4 
Personal 
Propertr 


Total 
Assessment 


1910 Tonld 
EaT* Been 




1 


$ 150.00 


2 

80 

20 
157 
112 

156 

S 
39.50 
41.98 
25 

101.79 
42.21 
27 

12.88 
53.50 

.75 

80 

None 

11 

25 

6.82 

None 
60 
None 
7.50 

7. SO 
40 

71.82 
None 
92.78 

None 

80 

102 

10 

16.90 

3.60 
75.48 

2.10 
68.85 
68 

2.50 
1.50 
55 

None 

1 

too 

280 
120 
8 
81.70 

70 
132 
142 

36 

24 

120 
60 

160 
20.50 
25.33 

5 
40 

None 
60 

None 

33 
38 
8 
37 
160 

7 
85 
27 
37 

2.87 

4 

4 

160 

10 

None 

None 

5 
37 
74.43 

9 


$ 75.00 

S.OO 

15.00 

9. 55 

7.14 

9.61 
30.00 
30.37 

9.53 
10.00 

11.79 
11.85 
14.81 
9.71 
9.35 

53.33 
17.00 
74.28 
20.00 
18.00 

17.60 
150.00 
20.00 
60.00 
50.00 

50.00 
10.00 

6.26 
20.90 

4.32 

155.00 
6.00 
5.00 
12.00 
19.22 

19.44 
20.00 
23.80 
17.43 
2.94 

24.00 
80.00 
21.81 
100.00 
150.00 

16.00 
5.00 
S.OO 
5.00 

29.63 

13.57 
37.87 
8.45 
11.11 
25.00 

20.00 
15.00 
12.50 
39.00 
31.56 

60.00 
10.00 

500.00 
5.83 

500.00 

10.00 
5.00 
10.00 
10.00 
7.81 

7.14 
15.29 
20.00 
40.00 
70.00 

25.00 

18.75 

6.00 

30.00 

lOO.OO 

100.00 

100.00 

40.00 

13.90 

10.00 


$ 300 

400 

1,400 

1,565 

920 

1,560 
ISO 
1,300 
1,400 
2,350 

1,440 
500 
400 
125 

1,625 

40 

1,360 

300 

295 

900 

220 

40 

1,200 

500 

875 

875 
400 
790 
100 
1,760 

700 
480 
850 
120 
1,165 

500 
2,310 

150 
6,000 

500 

220 
380 
1,450 
540 
650 

1,600 

1,400 

600 

290 

3,210 

1,300 
500 

3,300 
560 

4,200 

6,900 
2,250 
2,000 
1 280 
1,280 

300 
400 
125 
950 
125 

580 
220 
560 
490 
1,250 

170 
5,600 

540 
2,680 
2,700 

980 
9U0 
960 
600 

225 

2,250 

500 

2,680 

4,605 

360 


$ 


$ 300 

1,070 

1,650 

1,565 

920 

1,560 
150 
1,300 
1,590 
2,525 

1,590 
500 
400 
125 

1,800 

40 

1,360 

350 

595 

1.000 

220 
540 
1,200 
700 
875 

1,300 
400 
790 
630 

2.060 

1,000 
480 

1,I4S 
120 

1,480 

700 
3,005 

250 
7,200 

900 

355 
700 

1,550 
540 

1,395 

1,600 

1,400 

600 

560 

4,535 

1,435 
840 

3,500 
695 

4,200 

7,400 
2,470 
2,000 
1,470 
1,280 

300 
605 
625 
1,405 
525 

680 
220 
765 
695 
1,250 

220 
6,520 

540 
2,680 
2,700 

1,530 

1,445 

960 

700 

225 

3,030 

SOO 

2,680 

4,805 

460 


$ 75 

670 

1,050 

35 

65 

25 


$ 225 

4O0 

600 

1,530 

855 

1,535 
150 

1,260 
73S 
800 

1,270 
500 
400 
125 
735 

40 

1,360 

260 

250 

630 

160 

40 

1,200 

120 

625 

625 
400 
500 
25 
540 

310 
480 
595 
120 
595 

185 
1,910 

75 

2,595 

235 

110 
240 
1,310 
285 
450 

1,600 

1,400 

600 

100 

2,785 

1,045 
SOO 

1,705 
445 

2,100 

3,900 
1,350 
2,000 
1,035 
990 

300 
400 
125 
465 
125 

400 
200 
200 
400 
1,250 

70 

2,445 

540 

1,800 

1,600 

500 
355 
960 
450 
100 

1,000 

500 

1,800 

2,165 

ISO 


$ 7.65 
16.05 

24.75 
34.42 
20.24 

34.32 
2.25 
19.50 
32.55 
55.56 

23.85 
8.00 

12.00 
2.76 

30.59 

.80 

20.40 

8.40 

8.93 

20.00 

3.63 
14.04 
19.20 
22.75 
20.12 

29.90 
10.00 
23.70 
14.66 
45.32 

26.50 
10.08 
28.63 
2.40 
22.20 

10.50 

45.08 

6.25 

122.40 

23.40 

5.33 
16.46 
23.25 
12.69 
30.83 

40.00 
43.40 
18.60 
10.08 
68.03 

21.53 
23.50 
87.50 
15.98 
67.20 

118.40 
37.05 
40.00 
25.72 
22.40 

7.65 

9.07 

16.55 

30.91 

13.91 

10.20 
4.84 
13.77 
12.51 
25.00 

3.96 
110.84 

9.18 
67.00 
67.50 

30.60 
28.90 
19.20 
21.00 
5.95 

71.20 

10.00 

67.00 

120.12 

9.20 


$ 8.47 


Kedfield, John & Ella 


670 
250 


9.27 


Redfield, John & Ella 

Rees, T. G 


20 
3 

8 

4 

* 

2 

35 

SS 

6 

* 

* 

* 

25 

3.50 
.1.50 
10 

2 
.29 

* 

2 
S 

5 

* 

8 

1.10 
32 

2 

* 

17 

* 

14 

6 
20 

80 
12 

2 

1.50 

5 

2.85 

2 

« 

♦ 
12 
12 

7 

66' " 

4 
60 

75 
30 

* 

6 
6 

* 


55.00 
22,00 
15.00 

15.00 


13.91 
47.21 


Reea, T. G 




26.38 


Kees, T. G 




47.35 


Rees, W. H 


* 


3.48 


Rees, Wm. H 


50.00 
28.57 
38.19 

40.00 


40.00 

855 

1,725 

320 


29.21 




190 
17S 

150 

* 
* 
* 
175 

* 

* 
SO 
300 
100 


25.42 


Reed, Geo 


35.74 


Reed J. W 


31.26 


Reed, J. W 


12.31 


Reed, J. W 




22.67 


Reed, J. W 


""is^oo 




S.S9 


Reed, Jas 

Reed, Susetta E 


1,065 


20.27 
1.27 


Reed, Wm. H 






31.52 


Reece, F. T 


85.61 
50.00 
45.00 

50.00 
150.00 


90 
345 
370 

60 
500 


10.06 


Reece, R. M. & M. S 

Reese, E. J 


5.79 
20.86 




4.03 


Reese, Sivert B 


500 

* 

200 


1.88 




29.93 


Reimann, Carl & Ida 

Reilly, Hattie L 


250.66 
100.00 

100.00 


580 
250 

675 


7.90 
21.04 


ReUly, B. F. &H. L 

Reid, Nora I 


425 

* 


21.04 
13.75 


Reid, Nora I 


42.50 
90.90 
42.50 

350.00 

"■'26'.66 
""66!66 

71.66 
40.00 
100.00 
60.00 
25.00 

80.00 
173.33 

50.00 
189.47 
250.00 


290 

60S 

1,S20 

690 


30.64 


Reid, J. A 


530 
300 

300 

* 

295 

* 

315 

200 
695 
100 
1,200 
400 

1.15 
320 
100 


1.S4 
24.43 


Reid, M.D.Mrs 

Reidy, W'm 


14.18 
19.28 


Reimer, Henry 


550 


21.61 


Reiner, F. E 


4.68 


Reiter, Ella B 

Reif, Joseph 


885 

51S 
1,095 

175 
4,605 

665 

245 
460 
240 
2S5 
945 


13.79 
4.29 


Reiff, Henry 


44.28 


ReilinK, F.J 

Reibhoff, M. H 

Reinman, Wm 


2.82 

73.36 

7.66 


Reinman, J 


2.55 


Reichard, Jacob 


8.45 


Reieraon, Renhart 

Reinhardt, Anna J 


30.37 
10.04 


Reinhardt» Anna J 


745 

* 
* 
* 

270 
1,325 

135 
340 
200 
135 


15.85 
64.19 


Renhard, Carl J 






56.35 


Renbard, Carl 






24.15 


Reppke, Edward 


20.83 
65.00 

SO. 00 

'3s!66 
40.00 
60.00 

60.00 
45.00 


460 
1,750 

390 
340 

1,795 
250 

2,100 

3,500 
1,120 


2.77 




64.56 


Reusser, Chris 


24.22 


Revenue, E. A 


23.85 
68.40 


Revenue, J. H 


15.97 


Revermana, Chas & 


53.01 


Revermann, Chas. & 


500 
220 

* 

190 


98.43 
31.29 




57.10 


Reynolds, 0. E 

Reynolds C. E 


80.00 
80.00 


435 
290 


28.13 
26.91 




* 
205 
500 
455 
400 

100 


11.29 






205 
SOO 
940 
400 

280 

20 

565 

295 


9.27 


Rhodes, Susan E 


.25 
20 
.25 

7 
2 
12 
3 

* 

3 

75 

* 

8 
20 

16 
IS 

« 

S 

10 

8 

70 

6 


500.00 

30.00 

500.00 

35.72 
15.00 
40.00 
40.00 


5.72 


Rhoades.F.H 

Rhoades, F. H 


18.41 
5.72 


Rhodes, Addie 


9.27 


Rice, Laura E 


6.17 


Rich, Geo. P 


205 
205 

* 

.SO 
920 

* 


5.67 


Rich, Arthur G 


11.25 


Rich, John F 


35.68 


Richey, N, A. (Trustee).... 


40.00 
57.33 


ISO 
4,075 


1.94 
63.28 


Richey, Willie 


13.98 


Richard, John 


150.00 
125.00 

55.00 
55.00 

' ■66!66 
225.00 

225.00 


ssa 

1,100 

1,030 
1,090 


67.64 


Richard, Eliza C 




60.13 




550 
545 

* 

100 


16.56 


Richter, Martin Sr 

Richards, G. R 


11.76 
33.00 


Richards, M. H 

Richards, J. F 


250 

125 

2,030 


25.51 
4.57 


Richards, J. F 


780 


35.22 


Richardson ,Si8ters 


14.76 




150.00 
51.00 
45.00 


880 

2,640 

310 


67.64 




200 
100 


*7Sl 


Richardson Allen S 


S.8S 



-70— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






10M» 0«lliT»t«d 


iorei IlnotiltiTattd 


6«nona Property AinssmentB in 1910 


Single Tai 
Iiemptions 
1910 Would 
EaTt Been 


Single Tai 
AasesBment 
1910 Wonld 
HaTe Been 


lotnalTai 

Paid for 

1910 


Tai for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax ¥onId 

HaTO Been 


Hamfl of Taxpayer 


Ho. of 
iorei 


iisgsmmt 
Per ion 


Ho. of 

ioios 


Issessmont 
Per lore 


On Land 


Boildin^B k 
Pnsonil 
Propotty 


Total 
isiessment 




* 
10 
14 

4.65 

1 

I 
25 
26 

2 
21 

6 

.50 
33 

* 

15 

100 
24 

.25 
13 
68 

* 
* 

1.75 
2 
60 

25 
50 
16 


S 

55.00 

50.00 

301.07 

45.00 

50.00 
40.00 
50.00 
75.00 
55.00 

70.00 
80.00 
80.00 


80 

7 
6 
None 
14.28 

None 
54 

50.30 
1.70 
19 

74 
1.50 
7 
160 
2.16 

104.50 
15.25 
None 
27 
67.67 

200 
120 

None 
28.20 
53.24 

55 
70 
64 
18 
46 

2 

80 

33.69 
46.44 
27 

47.72 
35 
160 

6.43 
40 

20 

27 

160 
89. 9J 

75 

32.45 
124.85 
40 
27. 8< 

2.3. 
76. 8< 

7 
40 

5. 4.' 
103. 2C 
150 

None 
None 

None 

12.45 
None 
None 
7 

None 
20 
6 
33. 5C 
196.4/ 

64.05 
29. 5C 
29.18 

None 
52.65 

24.25 
12.50 
22.18 

8 
80 

37 
5 
10 

54.25 
26.50 


$ 15.00 

28.57 

20.00 

200.00 

9.80 

20.00 
14.81 
17.87 
29.41 
25.00 

40.00 
40.00 
25.00 
4.00 
30.09 

14.93 
20.07 
20.00 
20.00 
19.21 

15.00 
11.66 
20.00 
14.18 
11.26 

18.18 

25.00 

18.72 

6.85 

8.04 

37.50 
2.50 
9.94 
10.77 
11.11 

24.62 
20.00 
2.50 
25. OO 
20.01, 

10. OO 
11.11 

80.00 
6.25 
8.90 

26. 6« 
14.77 
8.00 
25. OC 
61.00 

107.30 
.52.01 
35.71 
32.50 
30.00 

102. 7S 

4.99 

4.00 

100. OO 

100. 00 

100. OO 
100.40 
100. 00 
100. OO 
30.00 


$ 1,200 

750 

820 

1,400 

185 

50 

1,800 

2,200 

200 

1,630 

3,380 
100 

2,815 
640 

1,415 

6,560 
1,620 
30 
1,190 
4,700 

3,000 

1,400 

100 

500 

3,600 

2,250 

4,250 

1,840 

125 

650 

75 

200 

335 

1,140 

380 

3,375 

2,950 

400 

810 

800 

560 

300 

80 

1,000 

800 

3,250 
975 
1,.?00 
1,000 
1,700 

250 
4,000 

550 

1,300 

30 

560 
665 
750 
200 
200 

200 

1,650 

200 

200 

2,110 

75 

1,750 

375 

1,930 

8,000 

1,000 
8,950 
5,920 
300 
3,100 

660 
840 
490 
600 
2,000 

400 
150 

2,000 
900 

1,120 


$ * 

545 
125 
270 


$ 1,200 

1,295 

945 

1,670 

185 

50 

2,290 

2,770 

200 

1,925 

3,530 
475 

3,415 
640 

1,770 

7,675 
2,350 
80 
1,190 
4,900 

3,000 
1,400 
5,000 
800 
3,600 

2,360 

4,550 

2,600 

255 

775 

7S 

200 

335 

1,540 

380 

3,675 
3,580 

400 
1,355 

800 

940 

300 

90 

1,000 

800 

3,250 
975 
1,400 
1,000 
1,700 

250 
4,000 

835 

1,300 

30 

560 
1,285 
750 
200 
200 

200 

2.050 

405 

200 

2,375 

200 
1 800 

375 
2,130 
9,130 

1,000 
10,300 

7,455 

300 

3,765 

910 
940 
595 
600 
2,000 

420 

150 

2,905 

1,365 

1,270 


$ 

810 

545 

740 

35 

30 
1,120 
1,405 

90 
925 

330 

395 

2,415 


$ 1,200 
485 
400 
930 
150 

20 

1,170 

1,365 

110 

1,000 

3,200 

80 

1,000 

640 

515 

3,050 

785 

5 

800 

2,605 

3,000 

1,400 

35 

430 

1,275 

1,455 

3,000 

1,500 

125 

480 

75 
200 
335 
670 
320 

2,160 

1,600 

400 

410 

800 

280 

300 

80 

1,000 

800 

2,665 
615 
1.080 
1,000 
1,700 

250 
4,000 

355 

1,300 

30 

560 
565 
640 
100 
100 

100 
1,450 
100 
100 
900 

75 

650 

150 

790 

4,525 

1,000 
6,745 
4,920 
250 
1.760 

485 
475 
460 
600 
2,000 

325 
150 
800 
900 
715 


$ 24.00 

22.02 

15.59 

26.72 

3.70 

.75 

34.35 

41.55 

3.00 

40.43 

52.95 
7.13 
51.23 
12.80 
34.88 

158.97 

39.95 

1.36 

19.04 

78.40 

48.00 
22.40 
85.00 
13.60 
61.20 

37.76 
72.80 
39.76 
5.32 
13.96 

1.28 
5.00 
8.38 
38.50 
9.50 

55.13 
53.70 
8.00 
23.03 
12.00 

18.80 
6.00 
2.30 
21.60 
16.00 

55.25 
24.38 
29.40 
25.00 
39.10 

6.25 

72.00 

15.52 

22.10 

.80 

14.00 

25.70 

15.00 

4.00 

4.00 

4.00 

41.00 

8.10 

4.00 

37.63 

4.80 
37.80 

7.87 

44.73 

228.25 

25.00 

154.50 

111.82 

6.30 

56.47 

13.65 
15.51 
9.82 
15.30 
42.00 

8.40 

2.25 

49. ?8 

20.57 

19.05 


$ 46.78 


RichardBon, Truman B 


12.55 
10.06 


RichmoadI Clarence M 

Richxnond, Allen S 


22.73 
5.85 


Rider Julia D 




.46 


Rider, Chas. H 


490 
570 


27.12 


Rider, Wm. S 


31.64 


Rider, Wm. S 


2.55 


Rider, Samuel T 


295 

150 
375 
600 

355 

1,115 

730 

50 


34.68 


Ridder, Fred H 


74.18 


Ridder Fred 


1.85 


Ridder Fred 


23.18 


Riddell H. H 


18.28 


Ridgeway, D. T 


90.00 

50.00 
55.00 
120.00 
50.00 
50.00 


1,255 

4,625 

1,565 

75 

390 

2,295 


16.35 


Ridings, T. 0. & M. E 


119.13 
21.65 


Ridings, P. J 


.14 
19.96 


Ridings. P. J 

Ridings, P J 


200 

* 
* 

4,900 
300 


64.99 

74.85 


Ridines P J 






34.93 




57.00 
50.00 
50.00 

50.00 
50.00 
40.00 


4,965 

370 

2,325 

905 

1,550 

1,100 

170 

295 


.96 




11.86 


Ridines. Rov R 


35.15 


Ridings, John A 


110 
300 
760 
170 
125 

* 
* 
400 


36.31 

74.85 


Ridings! Ellis R 


34.77 




3.47 




14 

* 
* 

16 

2 

40 
45 

* 

10 

* 

8 

* 


20.00 


13.31 




1.94 








6.83 


Ridderbusch, Henry 






13.44 


40.00 
40.00 

55. OO 
50. 00 


870 
60 

1,515 
1,980 


26.88 


Riddfirbusch H 


12.84 




300 
630 

* 

545 

* 

380 

10 

* 
* 


50.07 




37.08 


Rieira AW 


11.42 


Rigzs! A. W 


65.00 


945 


11.22 


Rip^s A W 


18.54 


Riggs, L. G. & Nettie V. . 
Rigg3,L.G.& Nettie v.. 


45.00 


660 


9.27 
9.93 




10 


3.01 


Riley, M.S 

Riley, E. F. & F. B 

Rilev E E 


* 
* 

25 
9 
10 

* 

* 
* 

3 

* 
* 

10 
10 

2 

1 

1 

23 

.15 

45 

9 

47 

100 

* 
37.93 
20 
2.50 
40 

5 
12 

# 

* 

3 

* 

30 




31.43 






31.18 


50.00 
55. OO 
30. OC 


585 
360 
320 


69.50 


Rilev E F 




24.89 


Riley E. F 


100 

* 
* 

* 

* 

285 

* 
* 

620 


37.34 


Riley, E.F 

Riley, E. F 

Riley E F 


37.58 






57.23 






9.39 


RUeyir.E, 






128.72 


100. OO 


480 


10.61 


Rilpv Frank B 


33.64 


Riner, Maggie A 

Rint,oiil R A 






1.14 






21.04 


Ringstead, Bertha 

Ringstead, Bertha 


IS.OO 

15.00 

200.00 

200.00 

200.00 
200 OO 
200.00 
200.00 
82.60 


720 
110 
100 
100 

100 
600 
305 
100 
1,475 

125 
1,150 

225 
1,340 
4,605 


16.13 

18.28 




2.95 






2.95 






2.95 


Rinearson, Peter M 

Rinearson Peter M 

Rinearson, Leonard 

Ringhouse, Louis H 

Rinehart, D. M. & Lizaie.. 


400 
205 


42.80 
2.95 
2.95 


265 

125 
SO 


22.40 
2.90 


34.44 
35.00 
34.04 
50.00 


10. OO 
10. OO 
9.84 
15.27 

15.61 
100. OO 
100.06 
100. OO 

19.00 

16.50 
19.20 
20.00 
75.00 
25.00 

8.11 
30.00 
20.00 
16.59 
19.62 


22.48 


Hingo, R. L. (Heirs) 

Ringo, R. L. (Heirs) 

Ripley, J. H 


5 19 


200 
1,130 

* 

1,350 
1,535 


27.32 
183.13 


Ripley, ,T.H 

Risley John F 


40.47 


158.23 
150.00 
120.00 
52.50 

52.00 
50.00 
50.00 


3,555 

2,535 

50 

2,005 

425 
465 
135 


156.35 


Risley Chas W 


114.05 


Risley, J. S. (Heirs) 

Ritter, .1. D 


8 06 


665 

250 
100 
105 

* 

20 

* 

90S 
465 
ISO 


40.80 
11.24 


Ritter, K. B. & John H... . 


11.95 
11.57 


Ritter, Ehzabeth 


22.59 






69.16 


Ritchie, Geo. C 


33.33 

■■eo'.OT 


95 


9.66 

3.48 




2,105 
465 
555 


20.86 




21.07 


Pi+to'll^n^' .Tn«r>V, 


in 


60.00 


16.57 



—71— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hame of Taxpayer 



lores Coltivated 



Mo, of 
icrei 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



Aores TTnouItivated General Property Assessments in 1 910 



No. of 
Acres 



On land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonld 
EaTt Been 



Single Tdi 



1910 ¥oiild 
Hare Been 



Actnal Tar 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Singli 

Tax Tould 

lava Bon 



Rivenburgh, EfiBe G , 

Rivers, E. & H 

Roake, S. & J 

Roach, Harry 

Roadarmel, Fred'k.. . 



Robb, E. W 

Roberts, Robt. (Heirs). . . 
Roberts, Thos. & Wm. E. 

Roberts, J. F 

Roberts, Ethel 



I.2S 

1.50 

9 

IS 



80 



Roberts, Albert S 

Roberta, Althea 

Roberts, Althea 

Roberts, S A-E C, & M G. 
Roberts, S A-E G & M G. 

Roberts, Wm. R. (Heirs). 
Roberts, Wm. R. (Heiis) . 

Roberta, Fred 

Roberts, Mark 

Roberts, Joe 



Roberts, Margaret L.. 
Roberds, A. E. H.... 

Robins, John 

Robins, Wm 

Robins, Wm 



Robins, Wm 

Robbins, Oliver 

Robbins, Oliver 

Robbins, Oliver & Mary. . 
Robbing, Mary 



Robbins, Mary 

Robbins, L. W 

Robbins, H M-M-E E & R R 

Robbins, Levi 

Robbins, Levi 



Robbins, Levi 

Robbins, Levi 

Robbins, O. W. & A. L.. 
Robbins, O.W. & A. L.. 
Robbing, Martin 



Robbins, O. D. & L. E... . 

Robinson, C. B 

Robinson, Daniel & M. A. 

Robinson, JuJia A 

Robinson, J. M. & M. L.. . 



Robertson, Rinaldo S... . 

Robertson, J. L 

Robertson, Wm. D. & L.. 
Robertson, Macbelle M. . 
Robertson, Frank 



ISO 



17 



35 



.15 



.46 



40 



27.53 

247 

14.60 



3.50 
13.50 
35 



40 



.50 



15 



39.75 



Robertson, Frank. 
Robeson, David. . . 

Robeson, C. D 

Robeson, C. D 

Robeson, C. D 



Rock Island Club 

Rockwodd, E. R 

Rodlun, N. A 

Rodlun, N. A. & Lewis. . . 
Rodlun, Nels 



Rodlun, Lewis N 

Rodlun, OleN 

Rodlund, Olaf & Marie. 

Roethe, E. E 

Roethe, E. E. & Mary. . 



Roethe, John G.. 
Roethe. John G.. 

Rogie, John 

Rogers, G. & H.. 
Rogers, G. & H.. 



Rohr, G. L 

Roley, L. F 

Roley, Heaton H. & G. D. 

Roman, Alice H 

Roman, Alice H 



Roman, J. A 

Roman, Emma A 

Rometsch, John 

Rometsoh, John (Trustee). 
Rones, D. C 



Rones, D. C 

Rones, D. C 

Ronald, HP-GE&R... 
Root, Geo. G 

Py,-t,, T w 



50 

10 

35 
8 
3 



30 
3.50 
2 



18 



40 
8.25 



240.00 
106.66 
50.00 
40.00 



50.00 



25.00 
45.00 



50.00 



50.00 
50.00 



4„0.00 
50,00 
50.00 

140.00 



45.00 



53.80 
52.02 
77.35 



92.05 
80.00 
55.00 



50.00 
160.00 



45.00 



56.60 



55.00 
100.00 



50.00 
15.00 
40.00 



55.00 

55.00 
20.00 
40.00 
30.00 



500.00 
20.00 



50.00 



50.00 
150.00 
150.00 

175.00 
125,00 
55,00 
30,56 
35.20 

50.00 
20.00 
30.00 
160.00 

87.50 

150.00 



20.00 
58.18 



55.00 



I 

None 
None 

31 

26 

80 

196.59 
120.83 

5,75 
142 

160 
65 
23 
54,60 
38.69 

57 
40 
None 
16.49 
35 

None 
None 

80 

40 

80 



30,00$ 
100.00 
50.00 
14.51 
17,30 

8,00 
17,76 
6,62 
8,69 
5,63 

10,00 
10,00 
15,22 
14,65 
14.74 

10.00 
17,50 
200.00 
20.00 
20.00 



70,00 



15,00 
3,00 
3,13 



90 


2,22 


None 


15,00 


376,71 


9,2(1 


None 


15,00 


38 


22,37 


None 


15,00 


None 


1S,0( 


5 


27, W 


20, SC 


9,75 


22.50 


11.10 


113.75 


11.40 


None 


15. 0« 


56.09 


8.95 


87.25 


11.92 


81.90 


25.00 


None 


20 00 


I 


40.00 


5 


25.00 


12.75 


50.98 


11.50 


17,39 


8 


15,00 


115 


4.35 


69 


10. OO 


I.IC 


75.00 


97.67 


15.36 


77.38 


14.86 


44,57 


4,93 


6,60 


9,85 


,75 


13,33 


30 


15.00 


13 


300.00 


70 


S.OO 


160 


20.00 


40 


20.00 


73 


17.80 


80 


22.50 


20 


20.00 


30 


20.00 


4.13 


96.85 


1.14 


87.72 


8.37 


99.76 


8.66 


104.21 


21 


25.00 


None 


9.78 


22.82 


9.64 


28 


21.42 


39.92 


4,88 


33 


7,27 


None 


40,00 


11 


54, S4 


None 


40,00 


8 


37,50 


280 


5,00 


12.25 


19.60 


2.50 


30.00 


12.33 


24,35 


7.5C 


30,00 


11 


32,72 


12.20 


18,44 


4 


in nn 



30$ 

300 

160 

900 

1,050 



640 



75 



265 



.1 



7,500 


200 


80( 


* 


5( 


20 


1,250 


200 


8,350 


1,330 


65C 


480 


I,20C 


50 


80C 


» 


2,570 


30 


2,320 


200 


7O0 


* 


60 


300 


1,020 


50 


9S0 


335 


700 


100 


80 


20C 


3,000 


86C 


120 


* 


250 


« 


200 


* 


1,48(1 


360 


16,350 


600 


1,160 




850 


* 


325 


400 


1,080 




2,060 




2O0 


50 


260 


* 


3,300 


iSV 


80 


3O0| 


5O0 


770 


1,715 




2,050 


280 


2,250 


960 


40 


* 


4O0 


735 


3,150 


1,730 


200 


20 


220 


80 


575 


10 


1,130 




80 


100 


4,250 


300 


1,700 




920 


310 


385 




100 




450 


* 


4,900 


2,500 


550 


50 


3,200 


150 


8O0 


* 


1,650 


215 


1,800 


* 


4O0 


* 


2,100 


350 


925 


365 


4O0 




1,885 


655 


1,100 




3,660 


790 


250 


275 


1,100 


200 


1,200 


205 


235 


235 


420 


80 


160 


200 


950 


30 


300 


400 


300 


* 


2,200 


795 


720 


250 


75 


SS 


1,290 


300 


225 


* 


960 


75 


225 


* 


f I05 


a.lM 



30 

375 

160 

1,165 

1,050 

640 
7,700 

800 

70 

1,450 

9,680 
1,130 
1,250 
800 
2,600 

2,520 

700 

360 

1,070 

1,285 

800 
280 
3,860 
120 
250 

200 

1,840 

I6,9.';0 

1,160 

850 

725 

1.080 

2,060 

250 

260 

3,450 
380 
1,270 
1,715 
2,330 

3,210 

40 

1,135 

4,880 

220 

300 
585 

1,130 
180 

4,550 

1,700 

1,230 

385 

100 

450 

7,400 
600 

3,350 
800 

1.865 

1,800 

400 

2,450 

1,290 

400 

2,540 
1,100 
4,450 
525 
1,300 

1,405 
470 
500 
360 
980 

700 
300 
2,995 
970 
130 

1,590 
225 

1,035 
225 

7,.ri? 



250 

85 

585 

340 



2,780 



20 
550 

6,580 
480 
645 



1,440 
1,600 



330 
470 

485 

450 

200 

2,060 



1,430 

11,155 

940 



675 

880 

980 

50 



1,695 
365 
770 
495 
280 

2,415 



885 

2,955 

20 

150 

65 

330 

100 

2,280 

400 

840 

240 

50 



2,900 
200 
150 



440 



1,250 
530 
125 

1,105 
30 

2,500 
445 
840 

550 
265 
215 
320 
160 

620 



1,395 

570 

55 

850 

"380 

V.7Rn 



30$ 
125 

75 
580 
710 

640 

4,920 

800 

50 

900 

3,100 

650 

605 

800 
1,160 



920 
700 
30 
600 
800 

350 

80 

1,800 

120 

250 

200 
410 
5,795 
220 
850 

SO 

200 

1,080 

200 

260 

1,755 

IS 

500 

1,220 

2,050 

795 

40 

250 

1,925 

200 

ISO 

520 

800 

80 

2,270 

1,300 

390 

145 

50 

450 

4,500 
400 

3,200 
800 

1,425 

1,800 
400 

1,200 
760 
275 

1,435 

1,070 

1,950 

80 

460 

855 
205 
285 
40 
820 

80 

300 

1,600 

400 

75 

740 

22S 
655 
225 

1.,Wi 



,60 

9,37 

3,68 

25.63 

17,33 

12,80 

115.50 

13.28 

1.86 

36.25 

200.91 
19.21 
21,25 
12,40 
40,30 

50,40 
10.85 
9.54 
16.05 
19.28 

28.20 
4.20 

77.20 
1.99 
4,15 

3.32 

38.64 

315.90 

24,36 

12.75 

15.23 

22.68 

37,08 

4,95 

5,46 

72.45 
7,98 
26.67 
36.01 
39.09 

56.25 

.60 

24.90 

87.84 

3.74 

7.50 
14.62 
16.95 

2.70 
100.10 

37.40 

25.83 

10.19 

2.65 

9.45 

173.90 

9.96 

50.25 

12.00 

30.78 

29.70 

6.60 

41.65 

21.67 

6.00 

38.1 

18.48 

66.75 

11.02 

27.30 

27.32 
9.87 
8.00 
6.84 

20.58 

13.29 

5,70 

70.39 

16.97 

2.64 

27.03 

4.51 

15,52 

3,38 

1.17 87 



-72— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






icres Cultivated 


lores UnoQltmted 


General Property Assessments in 1910 


Single Tax 
Ixemptions 
1910Wonld 
Have Been 


Single Tax 
Assessment 
ISlOWonld 
Hare Been 


AotnalTax 

Paid for 

1911) 


Tax for 1910 

Under Sinzli 

Tax WooJd 

Have Been 


nune of Taipayer 


No. of 
lores 


Aseessment 
?ei Aore 


No. of 
lores 


Assessment 
Per Aore 


On Land 


fiuildiiigs & 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
Assessment 


Hoots, J. W 


* 
* 
* 
I 
6 

9 

* 
* 

15 

* 

* 
* 

* 
* 

80 
20 

* 

* 
* 

* 

2 
II 

4 
2 

* 

5 

2.10 
66 
34 

* 
35 ' 
1.59 
9 

* 

* 
15 
26 
45 

4.50 
7 

.46 
3.84 
8 

12 

16.26 
25 
5 
25 

* 
10 

8 
20 

8 


$ 


44.81 
160 
295 

59 

Noae 

None 
6.50 
9.50 

13.50 

3.50 
46 

9 
40 
49.31 

79.09 
75.93 
80 
160 
40 

40 

None 
2.92 
.72 
3 

13.27 

None 

None 

14 

6 

41.84 
IS 

None 

9 

ICO 

5 
2 

53 
65 

None 
None 
None 

37 

8.68 

None 

5 

30 

35 

80 
70 

2 
None 
None 

10 
2 

15.50 
38 
51 

15 
2 
19 
20 
45 

80 
27.63 

None 
30 
40 

38 
55 
110 
26.50 
12 

3S 
30 
60 
39 
26 

38 

65 

4.61 

15 

160 


$ 60.25 

15.62 

7.10 

17.28 

70.00 

70.00 
69.07 
70.00 
60.00 
59.26 

61.43 
58.21 
77.78 
30.00 
20.27 

9.98 
19.78 
22.50 
5.00 
7.50 

20.00 
20.00 
37.67 
277.77 
100.00 

56,52 

240.00 

300.00 

21.43 

23.33 

19.60 
40.00 
75.00 
38.89 
7.81 

30.00 
75.00 
35.00 
20.00 
19.22 

25.00 
20.00 
30.00 
150.00 
27.01 

23.04 
60.00 
30.00 
20.66 
14.29 

3.75 

3.57 

20.00 

25.00 

75.00 

12.50 
50.00 
20.00 
7.89 
20.00 

20.00 
15.00 
13.16 

17,50 
15.55 

10.00 
21 .90 
20.00 
20.00 
22.09 

23.70 
21.80 
15.00 
11.32 
19.58 

5.00 

5.00 

2.50 

20.51 

38.46 

13.20 
10.77 
17.35 
35.00 
22.50 


$ 2,700 

2,500 

2,100 

1,060 

630 

990 
450 
665 
1,710 
800 

215 
2,700 

700 
1,200 
1,000 

3,590 

2,600 

1,800 

800 

300 

800 

300 

990 

1,400 

l,0C0 

750 
1,200 

850 
3,800 
1,940 

820 
3,750 

175 
1,250 
1,250 

150 

150 

925 

2,490 

3.500 

290 

450 

50 

1,050 

1,480 

860 
1,815 
1,900 

995 
1,600 

300 

450 

520 

1,200 

1,120 

125 

300 

1,310 

2,100 

2,065 

575 
105 

1,250 
350 

2,625 

800 
1,605 

150 
1,100 

1,880 

2,900 

2,280 

4,400 

600 

595 

315 
400 
650 
850 
4,000 

590 
890 
125 
525 
3,600 


$ * 

* 

* 
100 
100 


$ 2,700 

2,500 

2,100 

1,160 

730 

990 
450 
665 
1,710 
800 

215 

2,700 

700 

1,306 
1,000 

4,785 

2,995 

1,800 

800 

300 

800 

300 

1,265 

1,420 

1,390 

750 
1,550 
1,650 
4,200 
1,940 

820 
4,000 

320 
1,630 
1,250 

150 

ISO 

1.150 

2,590 

4,515 

290 

SOO 

650 

1,315 

1,675 

860 
2,015 
2,355 

995 
2,080 

300 

850 

520 

1,805 

1,565 

175 

450 

l,S10 

2,300 

2,115 

670 
105 

1,830 
350 

3,290 

800 
1,601 

68u 
1,100 
2,030 

2,900 
3,1.50 

5,385 
600 
595 

440 
400 
950 
900 
4,100 

590 

1,535 

125 

525 

3,600 


$ 


$ 2,700 

2,500 

2,100 

1,035 

420 

630 
450 
665 
960 
800 

215 
2,700 

700 
1,200 
1,000 

1,590 

1,895 

1,800 

800 

300 

800 

40 

S2S 

1,310 

SOO 

750 
1,200 

630 
l,7IS 

935 

820 
400 
120 
700 
1,250 

150 

150 

400 

1,580 

2,115 

110 

140 

IS 

725 
1,215 

475 
975 
900 
72S 
1,145 

300 
2SS 
200 
500 
600 

125 
200 
710 
655 
1,400 

400 

60 

525 

350 

1,245 

800 

1,040 

60 

800 
1,320 

1,775 

1,635 

2,JI0 

370 

390 

200 
200 
200 
820 
2,155 

525 
745 
100 
525 
3,600 


$ 62.10 
42.50 
63.00 
19.72 
16.79 

22.77 
10.35 
15.30 
39.33 
18,40 

4.95 
62.10 
16.10 
20.40 
17.00 

93.30 
44.93 
30 60 
24.80 
6.60 

16.00 
5.70 
24.67 
22.72 
36.84 

17.25 
50.38 
43.73 
63.00 
29.10 

16.40 
80.00 
6.73 
24.45 
25.00 

2.25 

2.85 

29.19 

38.85 

88.84 

7.54 
13.00 
16,90 
30,90 
42.21 

14.19 
46.35 
35.32 
14.92 

52.43 

4.98 
14.11 

7.80 
27.08 
29.73 

2.63 

7.11 

22.65 

34.50 

31.72 

10.05 
2,32 

40,25 
7,70 

52,65 

15.20 
25,69 
11,22 
18,15 
32.48 

46.40 
50.12 
92.03 
9.60 
10.12 

6.61 
10.00 
23.75 
14.85 
61.50 

8.85 
30.70 

2.49 
13.12 
72.00 


$ 90 89 


Roots, J. W 


64.70 


Roots, J. W 






85 48 


Roots, J. W. &Eliza 

Roots, James W 


40.00 
105.00 

110.00 


125 
310 

360 


26.78 
14 14 




21.20 


Roots, James W 


* 


15 15 








22.38 


Roots, James W 


110.00 


750 


32 31 


Roots, James W 


* 

* 
* 

* 

* 

1,195 
395 

* 
* 
* 

* 


26 92 


Roots, James W 




7 23 








90.89 


Roots, James W 






23 57 


Roots, Eliza A 






31.06 






3,195 
1,100 


25.88 


Rood. Howard E. & D. A.. 
Rood, Jordan W..; 


35.00 
55.00 


46.78 
43.93 
46.94 








32.19 








13 40 








24 60 


Ross, John U. & B.: 


150.00 

80.00 

300.00 

330.00 

iioloo 

404.76 
53.00 
53.00 


260 
740 

no 

890 


1.20 




275 

20 

390 

* 
350 
800 
400 


20.41 


Rosa, W. H 


32 02 




22 87 


Ross, H. W. (Heirs) 


25.25 




350 
1,020 
2,485 
1,005 


79 01 


Rose City L. & S. Co 

Rostvold Ole L 


28,81 
39 75 


Rostvold, Ole L 


21.68 




* 
250 
145 
380 

* 

* 
* 
225 
100 
1,0(5 


26.10 


Rosenau, W. & M 

Rosenau, Wm. & Matilda... 
Rosencrans, C. A. & S 


90.00 
110.06 
100.00 


3,666 
200 
930 


12.70 

4.S2 

16.23 

35.68 








3.48 




"ioloo 

55.00 
50.00 

65.00 
65.00 
105.00 
234.37 
60.00 

55 

111.62 
70.00 
75.00 
44.00 

'■■'26.66 
60.00 
60.00 
140.00 




4.49 


Roth, C. J 


750 
1,010 
2,400 

180 
360 
635 
590 
460 

385 

1,040 

1,455 

270 

935 


18.81 


Roth, S. E 


36.62 


Roth, Christian 


62.09 


Roth, J. 


5.18 


Roth John 


50 
600 
265 
195 


6.58 


Roth, F 


.70 


Roth, P & A. M 


25.54 


Roth, Carl 


45.66 


Roth, Levi 


12.46 


Roth, John & M 

Rothenberg, August 


200 

455 


32.82 
20.86 
16.81 


Rothenberg, August 


480 

* 
400 


47.75 
7.45 


Rowc, H. S 


565 

320 

1,305 

965 

50 

250 

800 

1,645 

715 

270 

45 

1,305 


7.09 


Rowell, Lucy E 


4.64 




605 
445 

SO 
ISO 
200 
200 

50 

95 


11.59 


Rowan, W. I 


17.93 




2,90 


Rowland, H, C 


2 
20 
45 
19 

5 

2 

21 

* 

35 

* 
20 

3 
10 
20 

37 

20 

50 

6 

8 

S 
10 
20 

1 
30 

2 
4.17 

* 

* 


100.00 
50.00 
40.00 
55.00 

55.00 
37.50 
47.62 


4 91 


Rowland DM .... 


16.46 


Rowcliffe, John T 


15.18 




32.45 




9.27 




2,30 




586 
* 

66S 

* 


20,13 




13,41 


Rud, Martin L 


55.00 


2,045 


31.23 




23,20 


Rue S O 


50.00 
50.00 
50,00 
50.00 

54.00 
54.00 
55.00 
50.00 
45.00 

28.00 
25.00 
25.00 
50.00 
100.00 

45.00 
45.00 
45.00 


565 
620 
300 
710 

1,125 
1,5 IS 

2,975 
2,10 
205 

240 

200 

750 

80 

l,94S 

65 
790 

25 


25.95 


Rue, Ole 


530 


1.52 


Rue, Ole 


20.29 


Rue, Ole 


ISO 


32.94 




44.51 




870 
985 


40.51 


Rueek, J. Sr 


66.26 
9.28 






10.27 


Hugh, Wm. 


125 


4.64 
7.27 


Ruhi, Peter 


300 
.50 
100 


7.27 




20.45 




49.95 




12.17 




645 


24.67 




3.31 


Rupp, John P 

Ruup. John J 


* 
* 


19 73 






110.70 



-73— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Iimt of Tuptjar 



Rupp, John J 

Rupp, John J 

Rupp, John J 

Rupp, John J 

Rupp, Jacob 

Rupp, Jacob & Lena. 

Rust, John H 

Rusk, Rachel 

Rusk, J. P 

Rusk, Alonzo 

Rusk, J. D. (Heirs) . . 



Russell, C. B 

Russell, Chaa. B... 
Russell, Chas. C... 
Russell, Kmma A.. 
Russell, Henry . . . 



Rushford, Joseph. . 
Rushford, Joseph. . 
Rutherford, James. 
Rutherford, Robt.. 
Rutherford, Robt..', 



Rutherford, Wm.. . 
Rutherford, W. Jr.. 
Ryan, W. E. & C. 

Ryan, Mary 

Ryan, Mary 



Ryan, Mary. 
Ryan, T. F.. 
Ryan, T. F.. 
Ryan, T. P.. 
Ryan, T. F.. 



Ryan, T. F 

Ryan, T. F 

Ryan, T. F 

Ryan, T. F 

Ryan, T. F 



Ryan, T. F.. 
Ryan, T. F.. 
Ryan, T. F.. 
Ryan, T. F.. 
Ryan, T. F.. 



Ryan, T. F 

Ryan, T. F..... 

Ryan, T. F 

Ryan, T. F 

Ryan, Thos. F.. 



Ryan, F. X 

Rycman, C. B 

Rycman, M. L 

Rye, Ole O 

Rymerson, M. O 

Rynninff, Ernest P. & A.. 

Rypczynski, A 

Rypczynski, A 

Rypczynski, Roman 

Rypczynski, Roman 



Sabin, R. L 

Sabin, R. L 

Sabel, Nick 

Sade, Henry J 

Sadowski, Joseph. 



Sager, Stephen (Trustee) . 

Sager, G. N 

Sager, G.N 

Sager, G.N 

Sager, A. G 



Sager, Johan 

Sager, Effie 

Sailor, Fred & G.. . . 
Sailing, Edmund E.. 
Saling, Clyde C 



Saling, Artemisia 

Salstrand, Albert &. E. C. 

Saltmarsh, Elvira 

Saltmarsh, Elvira 

Saltmarsh, E 



lores ColtiTattd 



Do.sf 

icrei 



l88es8Bi«nt 
Per icr< 



iores UnonltlTated 



So. of 
iores 



AaieBsmont 
Per ioro 



Ganinl Propertj iisessments in 1910 



On land 



Semard, S. & J 

Samson, F. M. & J. C. 

Samson, Lottie 

Samuelson, F. A 

SamuelsOn, F. A 



Sannes, Carl O.. ., 

Sannes, C. B 

Sanders, .Tesse. . , . 
Sanders, Mary.. . . 
Sanders, B e nj. A.. 



30 
12 
15 



60 



63 

* 

22 
2.25 

8 
6 
II 



16 
8 

23 
3 



20 
4.38 



20 

.12 

6 

2.18 



65 



.29 



30 



.50 



55.00 
50.00 
15.00 



111.25 
70.00 



45.00 

60.00 
65.00 
30.00 
30.00 
29.17 

40.00 



110.00 
40.00 



56.8 
222.23 

175.00 
250.00 
200.00 



300.00 



140.00 
30.00 
147.83 
100.00 



36.00 



110.00 
110.00 
50.00 
60.00 

30.00 



50.00 



30.00 

58.70 
50.00 
50.00 



40.00 
50.00 



65.00 

60.00 
74.20 
50.00 
55.00 
50.00 



75.00 
150.00 
56.50 
65.00 



55.00 
150.00 



20.00 



55.00 
60.00 



300.00 



400 
120 

40 

600 

10.75 

68 

65 

40 

40.69 

40.24 

65.54 

52.45 
480 
160 

80 

50 

2 
15 
6 

34 
36 

76 

54 

40 

47.50 

70 

40 
67 
40 
67.50 

None 



.60 



3 

5 

7 

8.75| 

2.32 

None 

None 

None 

None 

2 

17.50 
73 
40 
160 
40 

480 

None 
1.92 
40 
59 

20 

46.96 

12.04 

4.40 

25 

60 
105 

74.65 
80 
158.49 

60 

154 
40 
40 
34.68 

16.36 

None 
72 

94.35 
44 

171.54 
20 

None 

.50 
None 

100 

155 

None 

40 

50 

12 

2.08 
34.92 

None 
2.50 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Projert j 



Total 
Issessmtnt 



Single Tax 
Xxemptions 
1910 Tonld 
Han Been 



25.00$ 

20,83 

15.00 

15.00 

19.50 

10.30 

5.00 

10.00 

9.82 

9.94 

59.97 

30.00 
10.00 
5.00 
10.00 
12. CO 



30.00 

25.00 

6.67 

8.82 

6.94 

10.00 
15.00 
5.50 
57.89 
10.00 

10.00 

75.00 

5.00 

15.1 

100.00 

100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
107.76 



40.00 
20.00 
106.53 
60.00 

14.28 
9.58 

12.00 
6.25 

10.00 

5.00 
60.00 
50.00 
25.00 
26.02 

5.00 
20.01 
19.93 
13.64 
10.00 

15.00 
17.14 
16.07 
7.50 
15.15 

8.00 
17.43 
17.50 
20.00 
25.23 

19.55 
,10.00 
20.00 
16.95 
10.00 

10.48 
30,00 
150.00 
30.00 
65.00 

30.00 

19.36 

150.00 

10.00 

5.00 

25.00 

25.00 

8.59 

200.00 

40.00 



10,000 

2,500 

600 

9,000 

1,770 

1,300 

550 

400 

400 

400 

7,610 

5,770 

4,800 

800 

800 

2,625 

540 
1,675 
160 
480 
950 

840 

810 

220 

2,970 

1,100 

400 

14,475 

200 

2,275 

500 

1,700 
2,100 
2,900 
875 
1,450 

50 
2,240 

240 
3,400 

420 



250 
880 
480 
1,000 
400 

2,400 

no 

540 
3,000 
5,135 

130 

940 

1,290 

60 

700 

2,250 
4,550 
2,100 
600 
2,400 

1,280 

2,935 

700 

800 

1,200 

1,520 
325 
1,840 
3,800 
2,940 

1,800 

2,100 

20 

355 

140 

3,000 

6,575 

40 

400 

850 

1,070 
410 
300 
150 
100 



75 
650 
100 



150 
400 



300 

185 
125 
140 
20 
100 

100 



300 

75 
150 

675 
100 
800 



125 



40 



100 
125 
870 
970 

100 

* 

340 

* 

20 

250 

1,240 

250 



555 

25 



180 
400 



200 
590 
690 



320 

75 

200 

900 

50 
850 
360 

475 

135 
350 

200 
100 



10,000$. 
2,500 . . 

600.. 
9,000 . . 
1,845 
1,950 

650 

400.. 

400.. 

400.. 
7,760 

6,170 
4,800 . . 

800.. 

800.. 
2,925 



725 

1,800 

300 

500 

1,050 

940 

810 

220 

2,970 

1,100 

400 

14,775 

200 

2,350 

650 

2,375 
2,200 
3,700 
875 
1,450 

175 
2,240 

240 
3,400 

420 

250 
920 
480 
1,000 
400 

2,400 

210 

665 

3,870 

6,105 

230 

940 

1,630 

60 

720 

2,500 
5,790 
2,350 
600 
2,400 

1,835 

2,960 

700 

800 

1,300 

1,920 
325 
2,040 
4,390 
3,630 

1,800 

2,420 

95 

555 

1,040 

3,050 

7,425 

400 

40O 

1,325 

1,205 
760 
300 
350 
200 



1,030 

1,125 

250 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Vonld 
Have Been 



1,910 
2,795 



1,785 

425 
925 
235 
145 
635 

160 



105 
300 



5,025 



995 

425 

1,275 

840 

1,900 



770 

125 

1,600 

80 

950 

120 



175 



150 

370 

1,870 

3,010 

125 



970 
'320 



1,255 

3,050 

860 



,195 
190 



300 

1,210 

195 

440 

2,110 

2.690 



1,220 

75 

360 

900 

50 

3,170 

360 



925 



555 
560 



250 
iOOl 



Ictoal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



10,000 

2,500 

600 

9,000 

815 

825 

400 

400 

400 

400 

5,850 

3,375 

4,800 

800 

800 

1,140 

300 
875 
65 
355 
415 

780 
810 
220 
2,865 
800 

400 
9,750 

200 
1,355 

225 

1,100 

1,360 

1,800 

875 

680 

50 

640 

160 

2,450 

300 

250 
745 
480 
1,000 
400 

2,400 

60 

295 

2,000 

3,095 

105 

940 

660 

60 

400 

1,245 
2,740 
1,490 
600 
2,400 

640 

2,770 

700 

800 

1,000 

710 

130 

1,600 

2,280 

940 

1,800 

1,200 

20 

195 

140 

3,000 

4,255 

40 

400 

400 

650 
200 
300 
100 
100 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax ToDJd 

EaTe Been 



200.00$ 
55.00 
12.00 

180,00 
27.68 
33.15 
16.25 
8.40 
10.00 
10,00 

197.88 



92.55 
96.00 
17.60 
16.80 
58.50 

10.88 

27,00 

4.50 

8.75 

15.75 

20.01 
2U.25 
4.84 
75.74 
20.90 

7.60 

280.73 

3.64 

41.12 

16.25 

47.50 
44,00 
74.00 
15.75 
47.12 

5.70 
42.56 

4.32 
64.60 

7.98 

3.75 
14.72 

7.20 
16.60 

6.00 

60.00 

4.83 

15.29 

58.05 

100.73 

5.35 

15.04 

26.08 

.96 

10.80 

42.50 
88.33 
39.95 
12.00 
50.40 

31.19 
44.40 
10.50 
12.00 
19.50 

28.80 
4.88 
30.60 
87.19 
76.23 

34.30 
47.50 
2.47 
14.43 
27.04 

45.75 

120.29 

10.40 

8.40 

27.82 

21.68 
13.68 
4.56 
9.27 
4.20 



—74— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hung of Tupajei 



iores OoltiTated 



Ko.of 
lorei 



Sanders, Benj. A 

Sanders, David W 

Sanderson, David A 

Santa Fe Pacific Ry. Co 
Sargent, Eunice G 



Sargent. C. C. & Anna.. , . 

Sarver, Henry B 

Sarver, C. H 

Sarver, G. H 

Sarver, Millard F 



Satter, John 

Sauer, Pavd H 

Sauer, Herman 

Saum, Geo., Jr 

Sauber, J. W 



Saunders, A 

Sauford, Irma F. . 
Savage, Jennie M. 
Savage, Carrie L.. 
Savage, Carrie L.. 



Sawtell, Harry.. 
Sawtell, Wm , . . . 
Sawtell, R. H... 
Sawtell, R. H. . . 
Sawtell, R. H, .. 



Sawtell, Frank 

Sawtell. Frank 

Sawtell, J.N. & A. W.... 
Sawtell, E.J. N.& A. W, 
Sawtell, Ralph 



SawteU, W. O 

Sax, F. E., A. & J. M. 

Sav, N.O 

Say, N. O 

Say, H. D 



Scanlon, Nancy J. 

Schmitt, Jos 

Schmitt, Anna C, 

Schmidt, A. D 

Schmidt, A. D 



Schmidt, J. C. (Heirs). 

Schmidt, J. C 

Schmidt, Jos 

Schmidt, Jos 

Schmidt, John 



Schmidt, Jacob .■ ■ - - 

Schmidt, Jacob '. . . . 

Schmidt, Geo. & Kiliam . . 

Schmidt, A. H 

Schmidt, Frank 



Schmidt, Adolph E.. 

Schmidt, Theo 

Schmidt, A. O 

Schmitke, G 

Schafer. Fred 



Schafer, Fred.. 
Schafer, Fred.. 
Schafer, Fred.. 
Schafer, Rosa. 
Schafer, Rosa . 



Schafer, Rosa. . . . 
Schafer, Rosa. . . . 
Schaffers, Anton.. 
Schaffer, John.. . . 
Schwartz, Wm.. . 



iBsessment 
Pariort 



lores UnoQltiTatfid 



No. of 
ioroa 



iBtesament 
For ioro 



10 



.29 



2.50 
4 
68 
2 



10 



12 

4 

10 

30 

3 
30 
3.5 
30 
23 

25 
5 

* 

17 



6 
36 
59 
40 

20 



.77 



89 

23 

23 

7 

4 

15 



SO 



Schwartz, Fred 

Schwartz, Fred 

Schwartz, Fred & P.. 
Schramm, Minnie. . . . 
Schram, John S 



Schram, S. E 

Schultz, C. A 

Schultz, Wm. C... 
Schultz. Wm.C... 
Schultz, Chas. M.. 



Schultz, F. H.. 
Schultz, Karl.. 
Schultz, Karl.. 
Schultz, Karl.. 
Schultz, Louis.. 



Schultz, Josef.... 

Schubel, G. A 

Sohuebel, C. & A.. 
Sehuebel, Robert. 
Schwoch, Marie... 



30 



.92 



30 



20 
9 



2 
3 
3.50 



.30 



.78 



100.00 
150.00 



120.00 
20.00 
65.07 
40.00 



55.00 



60.00 
250.00 



20.00 
60.00 
50.00 
50.00 

30.00 
51.00 
45.00 
45.00 
45.00 

32.00 
32.00 



45.00 



50.00 
65.00 
65.00 
65.00 

60.00 



75.00 

"■47'SS 

30.00 
30.00 
100.00 
100.00 
38.00 



40.00 
40.00 
85.00 
60.00 

50.00 

55.17 

350.00 

150.00 



40.00 



50.00 



46.67 



80.00 



25.00 

25.00 
111 
80.00 
80.00 
53.70 

50.00 
40.00 
50.00 



66.67 



400.00 
45.00 



34.28 
384.60 



40 

None 



.12 
40 
62 

None 
156 
32 
46 
28.98 

10 

80 

80 

77.39 

14.55 

40 
154 

4.17 

3 
170 

37 
SO 

85 

None 

97 

40 
60 

21.94 
68 

40 

74 

33.60 

98.93 

36.63 

40 
80 
None 
84.50 
24.33 

57 

97 
4.74 
1.2s 

25 

81 
50 
200 
21.50 
21.25 

6 

50.75 
None 
None 
118.73 

80 

7.60 

6 
25 
120 

64.66 

27.85 

119.80 

5 

10 



$ 40.00 
150.00 



38 



4 

41 

None 

1 

53 

20 
6 

28 

56.50 



38 
37 
6 
100 
25 

None 
34 
23 
45 

None 



50 



10 00 
112.90 

50. UO 
4.10 

20.00 
7.82 

14.66 

25.00 

5.00 

6.00 

19.89 

150.99 

5.00 

4.87 

25.00 

33.33 

17.06 

6.09 
15.00 
12.00 
12.00 
11.95 

9.25 
8.65 
15.00 
11.80 
11.90 

12.00 
20.00 
20.00 
19.95 
20.00 

12.50 
8.00 

75.00 
8.05 
9.87 

5.26 

4 

63.29 
60.00 

8.00 

5.92 

5.00 

8.50 

34.88 

20.47 

35.00 

14.78 

200.00 

40.00 

9.94 

7.00 
7.89 
10.00 
8.00 
7.00 

7.96 

7.85 

16.69 

60.00 

15.00 

79.90 
40.00 



150.00 

7.55 

7.50 
75.00 
40.00 
50.00 
19.46 

25.00 
13.51 
24.61 
16.00 
20.00 

200.00 

8.82 
47.82 

8.88 
56.401 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On land 



2,600 

40 

75 

400 

7,000 

300 
720 
5,065 
440 
425 

800 

400 

480 

1,840 

3,700 

200 
990 
340 
570 
4,400 

315 

2,280 
2,595 
1,350 
2,195 

1,170 

680 

15 

1,025 
810 

480 
1,780 
3,010 
5,810 
3,330 

1,700 

640 

60 

680 

4,445 

990 

1,090 

1,000 

475 

770 

480 
1,450 
3,300 
2,280 

610 

350 

2,350 

175 

450 

1,180 

560 

60 

60 

800 

840 

515 
220 

3,500 
300 

1,550 

350 

3,080 

150 

150 

1,150 

650 
1,450 
2,560 

210. 
2,550 

1,050 

620. 

335 

1,600 

1,500 

120 
1,470 
1,100 
1,600 

300 

-75— 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Prop ertj 

i 140 

450 



195 

50 

715 



345 



655 
lOU 



150 
190 



240 
200 



500 
950 



675 
910 



SIO 
350 
515 

250 

410 
465 
550 

310 
750 



130 
150 



300 
50 

450 
50 

85 

475 

SO 

170 

12,105 



ISO 



Total 



910 
100 



395 

250 

390 

50 

25 

880 



150 
240 



300 
150 



270 
390l 



2,740$ 
490 



400 
7,000 

495 
770 
5,780 
440 
425 

1,145 

400 

480 

2,495 

3,800 

200 

1,140 

530 

570 

4,400 

555 
2,480 
2,595 
1,350 
2.695 

2,120 

680 

15 

1.700 

1,720 

480 
1,780 
3,520 
6,160 
3.845 

1,950 

640 

470 

1,145 

4,995 

1,300 

1,840 

1,000 

60S 

920 

480 
1,750 
3,350 
2,730 

660 

435 

2,825 

225 

620 

13,285 

560 
60 
60 

950 

840 

515 
220 

4,410 
300 

1,650 

350 

3,475 

400 

150 

1,540 

700 
1,475 
3,440 

210 
2,700 

1,290 

620 

385 

1,600 

1,560 

420 
1,620 
1,100 
1,870 

690 



Single Tax 
Ixemptions 
1910¥onld 
Have Been 



740 
450 



370 

115 

3,780 

65 



645 



855 
700 



Single Tax 
Jjsessment 
1910 Tonld 
Have Been 



330 
325 
265 
990 

310 
1,280 
I 155 

990 
1,260 

1.520 
120 



1,240 
910 



180 
2,130 
3,010 
2,3- 

1,200 



410 

465 

3,795 

880 
1,345 
295 
290 
600 



1,350 

1,310 

1,355 

ISO 

185 

1.645 

125 

500 

12,105 



630 



1,910 

r,6s6 



1,115 
250 



915 

400 
350 

1,600 
60 

1,075 

290 
80 
140 



360 
1,090 



1,160 
645 



iotnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



2,000 

40 

75 

400 

7,000 

125 
655 
2,000 
375 
425 

500 

400 

480 

1,640 

3,100 

200 
810 
205 
305 
3,410 

245 
1,200 
1,440 

360 
1,435 

600 
560 
IS 
460 
810 

480 
1,600 
1,390 
3,150 
1,530 

750 

640 

60 

680 

1,200 

420 
495 
705 
315 
320 

480 

400 

2,040 

1,375 

480 

250 

1,180 

100 

120 

1,180 

560 

60 

60 

320 

840 

515 
220 
2,500 
300 
600 

350 
2,360 
150 
150 
625 

300 
1,125 
1,840 

150 
1,625 

1,000 
540 
245 

1,600 
800 

60 

530 

1,100 

710 

45 



56.70 

12.74 

2.43 

8.00 

25.S . SO 

11.39 

19.25 

92.47 

9.67 

8.50 

19.47 
10.40 
12.48 
37.42 
89.30 

6.20 

29.64 

7.95 

9.4 

72.60 

13.88 
62.00 
53.62 
27.00 
55.69 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Vonld 

lare Been 



$ 



46 
14 


.64 
96 




31 


35 


.70 


34 


.40 


10.08 


26 


711 


52 


8(1 


92 


4(1 


57 


67 


.TO 


22 


12 


8(1 


12 


22 


25 


l»< 


109 


88 


32 


SO 


46 


11(1 


20 


25 


13 


91 


13 


80 


12 


48 


26.251 


50 


25 


53 


85 


9 


90 


8.281 


62 


IS 


S 


96 




78 


239 


14 


10 


92 


1 


17 


1 


17 


17 


10 


IS 


12 


10 


03 


4 


29 


74 


97 


7 


.SO 


36 


30 


II 


38 


52 


12 


13.001 


2 


25 


23 


10 


10 


.50 


37 


61 


61 


92 


3 


78 


40 


SO 


19 


35 


9 


,1(1 


6 


35 


40.00 


24.96 


II 


14 


24 


30 


17 


60 


28 


05 


22 


43 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






lores Culti-ntttd 


iores nncoltiTated 


General Fropertj lisessments in 1910 


Single Tai 
Iiemptions 
1910¥onld 
Hare Seen 


Single Tai 
Issessment 
1910 Would 
Have Been 


lotmilTai 
Paid for 


Tai for 1910 

Under Singlt 

Tai Wonid 

Eare Been 


Hame of Tixpayar 


Ko.of 

icrei 


iBsesaaent 
PorAoit 


Ko. of 
lores 


Isiesamtnt 
Per lore 


On land 


Buildings & 
Personal 
Prapertj 


Total 
Issessment 


Schwoch, Fred & Marie 

Schwoch Fred 


11 

6.75 
25 

6 
12 

30 
4.50 


$ 110.00 

108.89 

60.00 

60.00 

50.00 

55.00 
60.00 


9 

None 
14.08 
4 
67.28 

50 
24 
20 

2 
77 

72.92 
59 
7 
40 
80 

40 

40 

60.50 

85 

30 

15 

None 
5.10 
64 
40 

42.84 

77.28 

30 

45 

34 

8.91 
None 
None 
19 
.25 

75.11 

57.20 

48 

2.35 

5.25 

62 

34.65 
56.82 
139.70 
40 

40 
80 

40.. SO 
6 

55 

6 
21.80 

5 
42 
16 

12.10 

29.27 
40 
40 
41.33 

80 

54 

60 

59.76 

17.64 

23.50 

36.19 

27 

64 

23 

50 

.85 
10 

None 
None 

18.82 

40 

70 

17.37 

36 

None 
43.50 
44.20 

None 
30 


S 40.00 
40.00 
29.82 
30.00 
14.12 

16.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
9.75 

13,72 

8.47 

30.00 

30.00 

6.22 

5.00 
4.37 

10.41 
7.05 

20.00 

15.00 

25.00 

19.61 

2.50 

2.50 

35.01 
13.60 
21.66 
15.00 
25.00 

17.95 
220.00 

30.00 
110.53 

30.08 

13.98 
10.49 
30.00 
17.02 
20.00 

14.51 
22.50 
15.00 
20.00 
8.00 

10.00 
7.50 
24.69 
60.00 
20.00 

75.00 
32.72 
40.00 
17.85 
15.00 

20.62 
10.00 
5.00 
6.00 
9.67 

8.75 

7.03 

9.00 

19.83 

19.71 

19.15 
19.89 
20.00 
11.25 
36.96 

50.00 
129.41 
25.00 
60.00 
60.00 

25.24 
8.00 
7 14 
14.10 
10.00 

15.00 
24.71 
24.32 
344.80 
20.00 


$ 1,570 

735 

1,920 

480 

1,550 

2,450 

750 

400 

40 

2,400 

1,720 
1,250 

210 
4,000 

500 

200 

175 

1,430 

1,650 

2,550 

980 
250 
425 
340 
100 

1,500 
1,230 
1,180 
4,575 
4,525 

640 
1,100 

225 
3,100 
3,250 

2,45v 

1,500 

2,220 

200 

205 

1,700 
1,030 

840 
3,290 

320 

400 

600 

2,100 

2,660 

1,425 

1,050 
720 
450 

1,175 
365 

610 
290 
2,600 
240 
600 

700 
1,100 
1,340 
1,190 

355 

650 
820 
540 
1,150 
850 

13,500 

250 

250 

475 

1,050 

2,950 
320 
800 
335 

1.760 

250 
1,900 
1.955 

100 
1,060 


$ 


$ 1,570 

735 

2,565 

680 

1,865 

2,550 

1,290 

450 

40 

2,955 

1,900 
1,580 

865 
4,275 

500 

200 

175 

1,430 

2,450 

3,200 

1,180 
250 
475 
615 
100 

1,500 
1,455 
1,475 
5,535 
5,495 

740 
1,300 

370 
3,380 
3,505 

2,975 

1,700 

2,415 

210 

225 

1,800 
1,155 

840 
3,690 

320 

400 

600 

2,535 

2,685 

1,425 

1,050 
720 
450 

1,395 
615 

1,110 
290 

2,750 
240 
600 

700 
1,400 
1,340 
1,190 

355 

650 
1,000 

540 
1,300 

850 

14,785 

500 

250 

475 

1,350 

3,050 
320 

1,000 
485 

2,195 

785 
2,270 
2,360 

300 
1.230 


$ 770 

465 

1,400 

380 

745 

1,270 

720 

SO 

1,865 

650 
900 
655 

1,875 


$ 800 

270 

1,165 

300 

1,120 

1,280 

570 

400 

40 

1,090 

1,250 
680 
210 

2,400 
SuO 

200 
175 
910 
845 
1.200 

450 
75 
200 
160 
100 

1,500 
1,105 
865 
1,800 
2,600 

305 

1,100 

70 

2,765 

970 

1,590 
790 

1,800 
110 
145 

1,160 
890 
840 

2,950 
320 

400 

600 

1,495 

1,680 

1.200 

7S0 
720 
305 
890 
280 

375 
290 
500 
240 
455 

700 
505 
720 
i,190 
355 

550 
760 
540 
910 
850 

7,000 
235 
250 
270 
600 

1,610 
320 
570 
275 
730 

60 

1,445 

1,465 

100 

760 


$ 29.83 
13.96 
38.47 
10.20 
29.84 

38.25 

19.35 

6.75 

.60 

62.05 

38.00 
33.18 
12.98 
64.12 
12.50 

S.OO 

4.37 

21.45 

36.75 

48.00 

17.70 
3.75 
7.12 

15.37 
2.50 

37.50 
26.19 
22.12 
83.03 
93.42 

11.84 

42.25 

5.55 

123.37 

52.57 

50.58 

25.50 

47.70 

3.15 

3.37 

27.00 
19.05 
13.44 
59.04 
6.72 

6.00 
12.00 
38.03 
66.22 
21.37 

26.78 
10.80 
6.75 
24.40 
10.77 

33.30 
6.38 

60.50 
5.28 

12.60 

11.90 
21.00 
20.10 
17.85 
5.32 

9.75 
15.00 

8.91 
29 90 
17.85 

310.48 

9.50 

4.00 

10.92 

31.05 

49.41 
8.4J 

26.50 
7.67 

S5.02 

17.28 
35.77 
38.22 
9 75 
18.45 


$ 23.90 
8.07 


Schaber, Gottlieb 


645 
200 
315 

100 

540 

SO 

* 

555 

180 
330 
655 
275 

* 


27.00 


Sphi^bftr, T/Oiiifl 


6.95 


Schroeder, Paul & R 

Schroeder, Anna 


28.12 
32.14 


Schroeder, C. C 


13.21 




9.27 


Schroeder, Paul 


* 
35 

18 
21 

■46" 

* 

» 

* 
27 
35 
30 

15 

5 

5 
16 

* 

* 

4 
10 
75 

7 

8 
5 

2.30 
6 
32 

28 
18 
12 

4 

2 

18 
5 

* 

8.50 

* 

* 

* 

20 

22 

5 

4 

2.70 

8 

2.54 

6 

60 

* 

6 

* 
18 
20 

* 

5 
2 

+ 

17 
90 

H, 

4.50 
10 

45 

♦ 

10 

2 
35 

4 
IS 
16 
.29 

8 




.93 


Schatzman, F 


47.15 

40.00 
35.72 

■■76:66 


42.58 


Scharf, Selena 


42.45 


Schreiber, John 

Schlickeiser, C. F 


23.51 

4.87 

55.63 


Scheel, N 


18.16 


Scheel HP 






7.27 


ScheeliJ. P 




520 

1,605 
2,000 

730 
175 

275 
455 


6.36 




29.85 
30.00 
65.00 

50.00 
50.00 
65.00 
11.25 


21.09 


Schiewe, P. & S 


800 
650 

200 


19.59 


Sohatz, Wilhelm &F. 

Schamburg, Fred W 


27.82 

10.43 
1.74 


Schiewe, John (Heirs) 


SO 

275 

* 

* 
225 
295 
960 
970 

100 
200 
145 
280 
255 

525 

200 

195 

10 

20 

100 
125 

* 

400 

* 

435 
25 


4.64 
5.81 


Scheel EUzabeUi 


3.63 


Schanen, N. (Trustee) 

Sehamel, P. L. & K 

Scheer, P. J 


■ ■■45.66 
53.00 
52.00 
52.50 

60.00 
220.00 

97.82 
166.66 
100.00 

50.00 
50.00 
65.00 
40.00 
50.00 

44.44 
50.00 

■■■ 56!66 




56.37 


350 

610 

3,735 

2,895 

435 
200 
300 
615 
2,535 

1,385 

910 

615 

100 

80 

640 
265 


33.65 
20.05 




41.72 




71.16 


Scheibner, Frank & B 


7.70 
72.42 




1.62 


Schuld C. W 


131.56 




22.48 




41.87 


ScheefF David 


18.31 




S7.1S 


Schumann, Richard 


2.55 
3.36 


Schacht, J. (Heirs) 

Schedeen, Ernest P 


26.89 
22.19 
21.09 




740 


74.07 




12.85 






9.27 




■■■■5s;66 

110.90 
65.00 

150.00 




17.85 


Schwabauer, John ' 


1,040 

1.005 

225 

300 


34.65 
60 47 


Schatz, Wilhelm & E 


27.82 






28.24 




* 


16.69 




92.59 
53.12 
49.21 

60.00 


145 
SOS 
335 

735 


7.07 


Schmale, Theo 


220 
250 

500 

150 

* 


24.72 


Schmale, A. F 

Schook, 0. H 

Schenk John E. & Emma. 


7.78 

22.98 
12 95 


Schenk, John E. & Emma. 


40.00 


2,250 


22.34 
10.72 




33.33 


145 

895 

620 


15.74 


^ 


* 
300 


17.99 


Scheonborn, Augusta 


40.00 
40.00 


11.71 
16.69 




* 

* 


27.58 








8.23 




40.00 
50.00 


100 

240 


12.75 


.Schoenbprn, Albert 

Schwartzman, C 


180 

150 

* 

1,285 
250 


17.62 
13.47 




25.29 


390 

7,785 
265 


29.19 


Scheruble, D 


29.71 




122.22 
150 00 


244.72 


Schauble, T 


6.72 




6.09 


Schneider, F. & K 


105.40 
105 00 

55.00 


205 
750 

1,440 


9.09 


Schneider, F. & K 


300 

100 

200 
150 
435 

535 
370 
405 
200 
ISO 


20.20 


Schneider. Alfred P 

Schneider A. P 


40.22 
13.57 


Schneider, A. P 


30.00 
45.00 
40.00 

62.50 
55.00 
55.00 
344.80 
60.00 


430 

210 

1.465 

725 
825 
895 
200 
470 


24.17 
7.01 




29.63 


Schneider, M. E 

Sehneider, P. J 

Schneider, Arthur 


2.30 
36. 1« 
36.60 


Schneider, Ernestine 

Sehaber, Leonard A Emma 


6.58 
17.62 



—76- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hame of Tupa^tr 



ions CnltlTated 



Ho. of 
icroB 



Schaber, Louis '. . . . 

Schaber, Geo, 

Scliwartzentruber, Jos., 

Scott, Melvina 

Scott, Alva J 



Scott, Isaac. 

Scott, John 

Scott, John A ,. . , 

Scott, Richard (Trustee). 
Soott, T. E 



Scott, Bert & Gert... 

Scott, Lulu 

Scott, R. H. & D. B.. 

Scott, Lulu 

Scothau, Joseph 



Sconce, W. S 

Scone, Kate L 

Sooffins, Clyde J.... 
Soramlin, Geo. W., 
Scramlin, G. W.. . . 



Scramlin, Gordon S 

Scramlin, Gordon S 

Scramlin, Gordon S 

Scramling, B. B. (Heirs). 
Soribner, Nat M 



Per kat 



iores UncultiTiiteil Gsueral Property issossmonts is 1910 



So. of 



Aaaessment 
Per Acre 



On Land 



$ 60.00 
60.00 
55.00 



7 
6 
20 
160.13 



29 



8 
15 



25 
9 



27 



Scukow, Ed., John & Chas 

Seagren, John 

Searson, A. T 

Sealy, Francis 

Seaman, N. G 



Seaman, M. W.. . 
Sechtem, Anton . 
Sechtem, Anton. 
Sechtem, Anton. 
Sechtem, Anton. 



Sechtem, Frfd 

Sechtem, Fred 

Sechtem, Eliza 

Sechtem, Eliza 

Security Sav. & Trust Co. 

Security Sav. & Trust Co. 
Security Sav. & Trust Co. 

Sederlin, Louis M 

Sederlin, Louis M 

Seely, J B-S V-R I & J L 



Seely, F. F.. 
Seely, F. F.. 
Seely, F. F.. 
Seely, F. F.. 
Seely, F. F.. 



Seely, Judson... 
Seely, Judson.. . 
Seely, Carrie H.. 

Seely, Jos. B 

Seely, Jos. B — 



Seely, Geo. B.. . 
Seely, Geo. B... 

Seely, S. B 

Seely, R. I 

Seely, M. & F.. 



Seely, Edwin R.. 
Seely, Edwin R.. 
Seely, Harry B.. 
Seely, Lucius R.. 
Seely, May O.... 



Seedling, John.. 
Seedling, John. . 
Seghers, Achille. 

Seitz, llike 

Sellwood, E. V... 



Sellwood Land & Imp. Co. 

Sellwood, T. R. A 

Sellwood, T. R. A 

Sellwood, E mm a 

Seltzer, J. A 



- __, W.H 

Seltzer, W.H 

Sellar, F. M 

Selther, Eric K 

Semensa, Wm 



Sensel, Henry. . . . 
Setres, J. P. & M.. 

Serrea, J. P 

Settje,G 

Betterberg, O. A.. 



30 



20 
3.50 



20 
2 

20 
2 



10 



63 



100 
4 



17.50 

2 



25 
75 

35 

12 

I'O 

103 

37 

100 
20 
30 
25 



.24 



20 
30 



15.85 
2.40 
5 

1.841 
* 

12 
20 
30 

5.85 



30 
18 
3 



40.00 
333.33 

20.00 
399.67 



50.22 
50.00 
50.00 



55.00 
55.00 



55.00 
55.00 



51.50 



55.00 



30.00 
38.00 



95.00 
57.14 



90.00 

95.00 
90.00 
95.00 
90.00 



196.72 
250.00 
200.00 
150.00 



41.52 



80.00 
80.00 



80.00 
80.00 



80.00 
60.00 

80.00 
80.00 
80.00 
80.00 
65.00 

55.00 
55.00 
53.33 
50.00 
241.13 

65.00 
65.00 



200.00 

347.03 

358.33 

45.00 

54.34 



70.00 
50.00 
80.00 

264.95 



75.00 
50.00 
40.00 



$ 



3 

None 
70.75 
160 
160 

30.80 
None 
20 
126 
160 

10 
12 
27 
100 
80 

61.50 

25 

20 

34 

53 

48 
15.36 
8.36 
85 
50 

70 
40 
55.50 
5 

2 

10 
3.80 

None 

9.50 

24.20 

3.80 
24.20 

3.80 
24.20 
10.30 

80 

None 
None 
None 
None 

50.56 
14 
3 

28.84 
18.04 

5.50 
I 

55 
35 

45 

None 
42.21 
23 

None 

110.45 

28 
22 
55 

None 

6 
10 
10 
40 

3.58 

8.22 

2 

1 

None 
None 

None 

1.50 
21.97 
20 

2 

None 

10 

2 

22 

36.201 



00$ 



30 

20.00 

19.79 

15.00 

15.00 

8.11 
155.00 

8.00 
190.49 

2.50 

20.00 
25.00 
18.52 
11.00 
31.25 

20.00 
20.00 
50.00 
22.06 
22.64 

20.00 
21.16 
21.60 
20.59 
7.00 

11.42 
7.00 
11.53 
30.00 
75.00 

50.00 
32.89 
40.00 
42.10 
41.32 

32.89 
41.32 
32.89 
41.32 
79.23 

20.00 

40.16 

200.00 

200.00 

40.00 

9.88 
14.21 
40.00 
29.48 
23.00 

40.00 
50.00 
80.00 
25.00 
20.00 

30.00 
40.00 
20.00 
38.25 
20.00 

25.03 
22.50 
21.82 
20.00 
100.00 

20.00 
20.00 
15.00 
20.00 

48.88 

267.62 
150.00 
200.00 
200.00 
10.00 

20.00 
20.00 
35.04 
20.00 
45.00 

100.00 

40.00 

35.00 

20.00 

9.94 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Proporty 



Total 



510$ 

600 

1,950 

2,400 

2,400 

530 

2,000 

560 

88,000 

400 

315 
1,050. 
1,150 
1,100 
2.500 

1,670 

1,325 
1,000 
2,125 
1,695 

2,360 

325 

555. 

1,750 

1,250 

1,180 
280 
640 
150 
150 

500 
2,025 

200. 

400 
1,180 

2,025 

1,180. 

2,025 

1,180 

1,030 

1,600 

1,200 

500 

200 

150 

500 

2,900 

120 

8,855 
735 

1,620 

220 

80 

3,375 

5,200 

4,150 

960 

9,660 

8,880 
2,405 

8,265 
1,730 
2,080 
2,350 
300 

1,420 

2,150 

150 

800 

175 

2,200 

1,900 

5,700 

860 

225 

100 

30 

1,610 

1,400 

2,490 

1,550 

400 

2,320 

1,340 

480 



125$ 
145 
,170 



280 
150 
400 

1,955 



80 



240 



260 
355 



1,000 
1,610 



420 



100 
475 



70 



100 



100 



100 



200 
1,040 



200 



20 
650 
100 

2,205 



1,220 

905 

50 

250 



450 
415 
800 

505 
300 



375 

800 

140 

50 

150 



440 
25 

50 
395 
150 
470 

50 



Single Tax 
Xiemptions 
1910 Tonld 
laTi Been 



635 

745 

3,120 

2,400 

2,400 

810 

2,150 

960 

89,955 

400 

395 
1,050 
1,390 
1,100 
2,500 

1,930 
1,680 
1,000 
3,125 
3,305 

2,780 

325 

555 

1,850 

1,725 

1,250 
280 
640 
150 
150 

500 

2,125 

200 

400 

1,180 

2,125 
1,180 
2,125 
1,180 
1.030 

1,600 

1,200 

500 

200 

150 

500 
3,100 

120 
9,895 

735 

1,820 

220 

100 

4,025 

5,300 

6,355 
960 
10,880 
9,785 
2,455 

8,515 
1,730 
2,530 
2,765 
1,100 

1,925 

2,450 

150 

800 

175 

2,200 



335 

545 

1,520 



505 

1,220 

640 

35,450 



150 

375 
650 



540 
880 



1,825 
2,100 

1,280 



225 

100 

1,165 

335 



1,345 
60 



100 

1,345 
lOO 

1,345 
100 



955 
100 



110 



1,975 



6,090 
230 

900 

80 

20 

2,025 

3,100 

3,955 
480 
7,815 
5,085 
1,715 

3,255 

660 

1,415 

1,165 

975 

1,405 
1,650 



Single Tai 



1910 Wonld 
laTO Been 



2,275 

6,500 

1,000 

275 


775 

3,130 

520 

225 


250 
30 


210 


1,610 
1,840 
2,515 


420 
1,040 
1,075 


1,600 

795 

2,470 

1,810 

530 


1,015 

395 

1,350 

1,010 

t40l 



300 

200 

1,600 

2,400 

2,400 

305 
930 
320 
54,505 
400 

245 

675 

740 

1,100 

2,500 

1,390 
800 
1,000 
1,300 
1,205 

1,500 
325 
330 

1,750 
560 

915 

280 
640 
ISO 
150 

500 
780 
140 
400 
1,080 

780 
1,080 

780 
1,080 
1,030 

1,600 

245 

400 

200 

40 

500 
1,125 

120 
3,805 

505 

920 

140 

80 

2,000 

2,200 

2,400 

480 

3,065 

4,700 

740 

5,260 
1,070 
1,115 
1,600 
125 

520 
800 
150 
800 
175 

2,200 

1,500 

3,370 

480 

50 

40 

30 

1,190 

800 

1,440 

585 
400 
1,120 
800 
39 



Aotnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1919 

Under SinElo 

Tax Worn 

EaTt Been 



9.53 
11.17 
46.80 
50.40 
50.40 

18.63 

56.97 

17.28 

,113.95 

7.28 

5.92 
16.80 
22.94 
22.00 
82.50 

28.94 
25.22 
16.60 
46.87 
49.58 

41.70 

4.88 

8.32 

27.75 

45.72 

25.00 
5.88 

10.24 
3.00 
2.62 

8.75 

31.88 

3.00 

6.00 

17.70 

31.88 
17.70 
31 .88 
17.70 
19.57 

26.40 
18.00 
16.25 
6.50 
2.25 

7.65 

46.50 

1.80 

148.42 

11.03 

27.30 

3.30 

1.50 

60.37 

79.50 

95.33 

14.40 

163.20 

146.77 

36.82 

127.73 
25.95 
37.95 
41.47 
22.00 

28.88 
36.75 

2.40 
16.00 

2.63 

46.20 
60.29 
172.25 
26.50 
6.05 

4.12 

.50 

26.57 

30.36 

64.12 

37.60 
19.88 
61.75 
28.96 
10.60 



—77— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hame of Taxpajer 



Sevcik, Jos. Jr. & V.. 

Sevcik, Anton , 

Sevier, J. H 

■Seward, Loren 

Seward, Chas. E 



"Sexton, J. H 

Sferla, Theo. & Lena. 

Shaw, Cheater C 

Shaw, Bertha A 

Shaw, Wm 



Shaw, H. W 

Shaw, C. L 

Shaw, J. H. & C. A.. 

Shaw, Jeff R 

Shaw, Donald C 



Shaw, E. C 

Sharp, John I 

Sharp, Wm. (Heirs).. . . 

Sharp, Wm. (Heirs) 

Sharp,AC-OP-S F-E L&WS 



Shank, C. (Heirs). 
Shank, Nellie M.. . 

Shank, Anna 

Shank, Leshe 

Shaver, Ulysses . . . 



Shaver, Albert J.. . 

Shaver, W. A 

Shaver, W. A 

Shaver, W. A 

Shaver, W. A 



Shaver, J. R. (Heirs) . 

Shaver, U. G 

■Shaver, Lloyd 

Shaver, Lloyd 

Shaver, Sarah 



■Shaver, Edgar A.^ 
Shaver, AVava. . . . 

Shannon, J. P 

Shannon, J. P 

Shannon, W. E.. . 



Shankland, E. S. & Eliza J 
Shankland, A. W, 
Shankland, A. W, 
-/Shankland, N. C. 



icres CnltlTated 



Ho. of 
lorei 



.50 



12 

5.30 

2 

1 



12 

57 

10 

8 

10 

.25 
16 

2 

2 



2 
18 

* 

170 

30 
35 
50 
40.40 

52 



Shannon, .John j_ 48 

9 
II 



Shaffer, D. B 

Shafer, Jus. & Lizzie H.... 

Shafer, Caroline 

Shafer, Michael 

Shafford,M.E 



Sharnke, Chas 

Sharkey, Wm.T... . 
Sharkey, Edward J.. 

Sharkey, M.J 

Shanen, N. A 



Shanby, J. B 

Shanbeck, Cornelius C 

Shelley, Percy T 

Shelley, Percy T , 

■Shearer, MS & F M.... 



■Shearer, D. B. & B. J... 

Sherman, D. C 

Sherman, O. J 

.^herman, O. J 

Sherman, Frank M 



Sherman, J. F 

Sherman, J. F 

Sherman, E. M 

Shelton, Thos 

Shetterly, Comphert. 



Shcppard, Rosa 

Shepherd, .Tennie 

Sheplierd, J. W 

Shepparrl, Martha K.. 
Shephard, D 



Shephard, Geo. W... 
Shellenbarger, W. C. 

Shields, Chas 

iShindler, Wm 

Shindler, Wm 



Shipley, M, K. (Ilfirs) . 

Shiblev, A. M 

Shjbley, A. M 

Shibley, J. A 

Shibley, James A 



7 
25 
10 

4 

14 
4 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



$ 


80.00 
50.00 
45.00 


25.00 


20,00 


40.00 



.03 



5 
10 

* 

2 
30 

2.50 
20 
15 



6.57 
3.34 



25 



33.33 

'i88!67 
250.00 
250.00 



15.00 
65.00 
65.00 
65.00 

28.00 

200.00 

55.00 

20.00 

100.00 

100.00 



Acres UncnltiTated 



50.00 



80.00 
45.00 



55.00 

50.00 
50.00 
40,00 
44.56 
40.97 

.45,83 
65.00 
65.00 



60.00 



60.00 
50.00 
50.00 
70.00 

35.00 
30.00 



126.90 



55 


00 




85 

68 

45 


on 

7,'i 
00 


40.00 


IS 
15 


00 
00 



100.00 
40,00 

80,00 
60,00 
20,00 



50,00 
150,00 



319,60 
299,40 



35,00 
40,00 



32,00 



No. of 
Acres 



Assessment 
Per Aore 



General Propertj Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



16.20 


$ 


31 




None 




80 




75 




40 




86 




160 




19. 5« 




160 




67 




28.25 




None 




None 




9.12 




.50 




63.73 




51 




None 




112 




no 




None 




42 




39,15 




3,50 




3.28 





80 
68 
76.37 
160 

157 

27,60 

40 

40 
305,06 

98 
40 
109.54 

None 
68 

112 
22,79 
10,79 
10 
29 

40 

3 

19.50 
23 

5.94 

72.89 
76 
80 
75.70 
2 



2 
. None 



,50 



.09 



5.75 

95.73 

.75 

30 

22.18 

ISS 
150 
120 

IS 

40 

8.48 

40.36 

228.26 

3.82 

IS 

3 
40 
3.75 

None 
None 

2.70 

45.50 

15.70 

80,88 

223 , 88 



39,50$ 
19,35 
10.00 
8.00 
7.67 

5.00 
4.65 
6.00 
10.25 
5.00 

7.90 

6.37 

100.00 

100.00 

98.68 

200.00 

S.96 

14.89 

15.00 

12.05 

5.00 
40.00 
20.00 

4.85 
40.00 

45.73 

7. 75 

13.25 

10.50 

3.13 

2.S5 
29.46 
11.00 

9.00 
18.05 

17.96 
2S,00 

9,95 
10.00 

8.82 

10,71 
18,45 
19,92 
20,00 
15.52 

10.00 
30.00 
20,00 
20,00 
29,46 

6,86 
19,74 
20,00 
13.21 
75.00 

60.00 
27.50 



28.00 

26.08 
9.92 
13.33 
10.00 
11.27 

4,00 
4,00 
5,00 
33 . 34 
12,50 

38,9 
14,87 
4,99 
26.18 
20,00 

116.67 
10,00 
100,00 
200,00 
299 , 40 

37,03 
4,94 
6,39 
7, 
4,46 



Buildings J 

Personal 

_Proporl7^ 



880$ 
1,050 
315 
640 
695 

200 
480 
960 
220 
800 

930 
180 

1,000 
500 

1,150 



100 

560 

10,965 

650 

1,870 

830 

50 

1,720 

230 

340 

350 
620 
8,400 
800 
500 

400 

985 

1,250 

360 

14,850 

3,260 
2,750 
3,090 
1,800 
2,730 

3,400 
995 
930 
200 
510 

400 

510 

1,640 

960 

455 

990 
1,620 
1,600 
1,000 

400 

30 
165 

45 

75 

1,415 

700 

3,875 

10 

700 

250 

695 
750 
600 
700 
1,700 

530 

1.800 

1,440 

100 

550 

500 

400 

375 

2,100 

1,000 

100 
330 

2,300 
640 

1,800 



400 
100 
200 

25 



150 

275 



305 
500 



385 

1,640 

100 



40 
ISO 

25 
95 



26S 

6,525 

125 



SO 



600 

660 
495 
140 
100 
465 

200 
550 



195 

475 



100 

220 
SO 

75 
800 

350 

SO 

250 

140 

125 
530 

20 



395 

SO 
270 

230 

75 

740 

260 

200 

195 

200 



220 



770 
250 



Total 



Single Tax 

Exemptions 
1910 Wonld 
HaTO Been 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Wonld 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



1,280$ 

1,150 

SIS 

640, 

720 

200 
S60 
960 
270 
800 



1,080 
455 

1,000 
805 

l,6S0 

100 

945 

12,605 

750 

1,870 

870 
200 
1,745 
325 
340 

615 

7,145 

8,52S 
800 
SOO 

400 
1,035 
l,2S0| 

360 
15,450 

J,920 
3,245 
3,230 
1,900 
3,195 

3,600 

1,545 

930 

200 

510 

400 

705 

2,115 

960 

sss 

1,210 
1,670 
1,600 
1,075 
1,200 

380 
215 
295 

75 
1,55S 

825 

4,405 

10 

720 

250 

695 

1,145 

600 

750 

1,970 

760 
1,875 
2,180 

too 

810 

700 

400 

S70 

2,300 

1,000 

100 

550 

2,300 

1,410 

2.050 



S20 
375 
44S 



105 



140 
■■65 



455 
275 
470 
605 
650 



495 

9,510 

600 

425 

270 
190 
585 
125 
120 

375 
6,.52S 
5,640 



ISO 
610 



6,875 

1,620 
1.370 
1,640 
1,495 
2,135 

1,885 
960 
495 



45 



405 

1,225 

300 

265 

615 
90 



75 
900 

350 

105 
250 



995 



470 
2,810 



320 



55 
SOS 



185 
1,095 

330 
980 
965 



410 
235 



195 

985 



310 

1,850 

770 

940 



760$ 
775 
70 
640 
615 

200 
420 
960 
205 
800 

625 
180 
530 
200 
1,000 

100 

450 
3,095 

ISO 
1,445 

600 

10 

1,160 

200 

220 

240 
620 
2,885 
800 
500 

400 
885 
640 
360 
8,575 

2,300 
1,875 
1,590 
405 
1,060 

1,715 

585 
435 
200 
465 

400 
300 
890 
660 
290 

S9S 
1,580 
1,600 
1,000 

300 

30 
110 

45 

75 
560 

355 

1,595 

10 

400 

250 

640 
640 
600 
565 

875 

430 
895 
1.215 
100 
400 

465 

400 

375 
1,315 
1,000 

100 
240 
450 
640 



20$ 



Tax for 1910 

nnder Single 

Tax Would 

Have Been 



19 

17.82 
12.88 
9.60 
18.00 

4.60 
13.16 
19.20 

4.86 
16.00 

17.28 
7.27 
15.00 
14.50 
29.70 

2.40 

20.79 

189.07 

11.25 

28.05 

13.05 
5.20 

26.17 
7.15 
5.10 

9.23 

148.18 

179.02 

16.00 

9.00 

7.20 

15.52 

26.25 

7.S6 

315.45 

62.71 
51.92 
71.06 
41.80 
70.29 

55.80 

24.73 

18.48 

4.55 

8.16 

7.60 
10.58 
31.73 
14.40 
16.66 

20,06 
27,56 
26.40 
19.36 
30.60 

S.70 
3.22 
8.84 
2.25 
31.10 

16.50 
96 9 

.17 
12.24 
3.75 

13.90 
22.90 
12.70 
15.75 
29.55 

14.81 
31.88 
47.96 
2.60 
13.35 

22.75 
6.08 
10.26 
60.95 
26.50 

1.70 
12.10 
50.60 
31.02 
40.55 



—78— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



lunt of Itipajer 



lens CultiTRttd 



No. at 
ioru 



isBflssment 
f gr lore 



lores UDoultiTated 



Ho. of 
lores 



Issessment 
Per lore 



Geaenl Property Issessmoats in 1910 



On Und 



fioildings & 
Fersoiiftl 
Property 



Total 
Issessment 



Single Tax 
Ixemptions 
1910 Vonld 
laTO Been 



Single Tax 
Issessment 
1910 Vonld 
Have Been 



lotnal Tax 
Paid for 



Tax for 1910 

Under Singlo 
Tax ¥oiUd 
EaTO Been 



Shirley, Alfred 

Short, F. A 

Short, Barnard M.. 

Sholes, C. H 

ShocUey, C. & A.. 



Shookley, R.J 

Shoemaker 

Shrock, Rachael 

Shriner, I. M. L 

Shultz, Emma 



Shupe, .Tames H., 

Shute, F. T 

Shute, F. T 

Sias. E. I 

Sichel, M 



Sieben, Jacob A.. . 

fiiefer, Anna 

Siefer, John E 

Siebert, Karoline.. 
Siebert, Karoline. 



Silcox, Margaret & W. H . 

Simms, Richard 

Simons, N. J. A 

Simons, Lovina 

Simon, Joseph 



Simon, Joseph 

Simon, Joseph 

Simon, Giistav 

SimmonB, M. E 

Simmons, J. C 



Simpkins, Jennie 

Sinner, H.P 

Singer, Andrew 

Sinclair, L.T. &L. ¥..... 
Sisters of Mercy Ed. Sc 

Sisters of C. of St. V. H... 

Skees, Wm.T 

Skei, OleP 

Skei, P. P 

Skeen, Ella 



Skeen, Sarah 

Skelton, Josiah 

Skellenger, L. C 

Skirvin, H. L 

Skirvin, John & Clara . 



Skirvin, D. E 

Skinner, M. R. & E. F.. . 
Skinner, M. R. &E. P... 

Skilbnan, F. & M. L 

Skillman, Franklin & L.. 



Skov, L. O 

Skoogan, A 

Sladen, Ne lie Mr^.. 
Rlaughte-, Chas. D. 
Slaughte: , Geo. T.. 



Slaughter, Julia 

Slaughter, Ralph H. 
Slaughter, W.W.... 

Slaughter, T. H 

Sleret, Matilda J.. . . 



Sleret, E. E. «- John G... 

Sletager, Knud 

Bietager, ±i.. Jtl. & M. G. 

Slemmons, J. B 

Slemmons, J. B 



Slinger, Chas. A 

Slinger, Chas. A 

Sloan, N. M. & A. D.. 
Sloan, Katherine E.., 
Sloper, A. F 



Sloper, A. F 

Sloop, CUfton H.. 
Sloop, Emma E.. 
Slush, Matthew. . 
Slush, Matthew. . 



Smart, Wm 

Smidt, H 

Smidt, Herman 

Smidt, Edward (Heirs) . . . 
Smith, J. R 



Smith, John J... 
Smith, John J... 
Smith, Jas. E... 
Smith, Jas. E... 
Smith, L. K. G.. 



20 
2.80 



10 

37 
4 

4 

18 
12 



30 
15 

1.79 
18 
10 



6 

4S 



20 
30 

25 

3 



14 

4.24 



30 
3 

2 



20 



6 
66 



3.10 



17 
6,? 
20 

38 



-i 



70.00 



40,00 

80.00 
50.00 
53.33 
40.00 
45.00 

200.00 



25.00 
90.00 



65.00 
59.99 
55.00 
50.00 
55.00 

60.00 
29.17 



100.00 



45.00 

55.00 
15.00 
307.26 
50.00 
35.00 



55.00 
52.00 



39.59 

40.00 
50.00 
50.00 
40.00 
50.00 

43.30 



100.00 
153.30 



52.50 

33.. 13 

250.00 



22.50 



55.00 



50.00 
55.00 



70.96 



60.00 



42.47 



40.00 
40.00 



94.11 
50.00 
65.00 
65.00 



12.50 



40 

80.35 

67 

40 

20 

None 
12.74 
SO 
29 
23 

1 

40 
20 

None 
40 

31.02 
40 
63 
26.89 
4 

17 

54.66 

80 

2.50 
162.75 

40 
78.36 
40 
7.10 
10.50 

40.50 

65 

None 

2.14 

150 

120 
34 
15 
40 

55.83 

50 
29 
15 
30 
23 

44 

11.85 
3.50 

None 
20.60 

26.74 
38.60 

3 

49.23 
129.23 

20 
40 
31 
80 
4.02 

35 
17.19 
30.70 
80 

22 

163.05 
320 

4.52 

5 

118.50 

40 

65 

32 
800 
160 

1.50 

55.50 

60.52 

89.25 

160 

110 

40 

40 
120 
160 



6,25$ 
24.89 
29.85 
25.00 
10.00 



15.00 
15.69 
25.00 
12.06 
10.00 

100.00 

10.00 

8.00 

90.00 

40.00 

14.50 
12.50 
14.28 
9.29 
22.50 

23.52 
5.49 
10.00 
60.00 
12.28 

23.50 
19.14 
35.00 
10.56 
11.40 

26.66 
3.84 
201.1 

27.77 
8.00 

10.00 
20.00 
22.00 
20.00 
11.64 

15.00 
20.00 
20,00 
15.00 
30.00 

14.77 
42.19 
42,85 
40,00 

48,54 

20,00 

10,38 

120,00 

6,09 

5,04 

5,00 
5,50 

20,97 
5,30 

19,90 

19,43 
26,15 
19,50 
20,00 
40,00 

3,07 

6,25 

20,00 

60,00 

13.59 

15.00 
13.84 
15.62 
20.00 
23.75 

43,33 
28,82 
29,42 
30.00 
6.00 

2.04 
2.50 
S.OO 
4.16 

6.25 



250$ 
2,UUU 
2,840 
1,000 

360 

2,000 

1,350 

2,850 

790 

995 

500 
400 
660 
250 
1,600 

1,100 

1,150 

2,935 

450 

310 

1,480 
650 
800 
450 

2,000 

960 

1,500 

1,400 

75 

435 

2,730 
475 
550 
960 

1,550 

1,200 
1,010 
2,670 
800 
2,550 

1,550 
2,080 
1,550 
2,650 
840 

910 
500 

1,550 
650 

1,000 

2,100 
500 

1,100 
300 

1,100 

100 

220 

1,350 

425 

80 

980 
4,080 

600 
1,600 
1,100 

500 

2,000 

270 

300 

4,785 

600 

1,.S00 

820 

16,000 

3,800 

1,690 
4,850 
3,095 
5,140 
960 

350 
100 
200 
500 
1.000 



535 
315 



300 



295 
375 



150 



SO 
250 



70 
340 
490 
170 
200 

150 
ISO 



250 

630 

50 

450 

140 

SO 



555 

775 

350 

240 
395 
315 
490 
95 

100 

100 
250 



410 
100 
350 

50 



75 

100 

250 
1,185 



SO 



635 



305 

255 



125 
100 
970 
300 



250°- 
2,000 
3,375 
1,000 

675 

2,300 
1,350 
2.850 
1,085 
1,370 

650 
400 
710 
500 
1,600 

1,170 

1,490 

3.425 

620 

510 

1,630 
830 
800 
450 

2,000 

960 

1,500 

1,400 

75 

685 

3,360 
525 
1,000 
1,100 
1.600 

1,200 
1,565 
3,445 
800 
2,900 

1,790 
2,475 
1.865 
3,140 
935 

1,010 
500 

1,650 
900 

1,000 

2.510 
600 

1,450 
300 

1,150 

100 
220 
1,420 
425 
180 

1,230 
5,265 
600 
1,600 
1.150 

500 

2,000 

270 

300 

5,420 

600 

1.805 

1,075 

16,000 

3,8*00 

1,815 
4,950 
4,065 
5,440 
960 

350 
100 
200 
500 
1,000 



,020 



435 

1,925 
790 
850 
60S 
970 

350 



390 
250 



580 
855 
1,995 
335 
230 

805 
465 



120 



490 

1,480 
220 
640 
540 
320 



, 765 
2,125 



1,690 

740 
1,295 
1,065 
1,865 

155 

275 



900 
730 



1,375 
170 
610 



475 

ioo 



435 
3,090 



145 



120 
2,790 



700 
450 



705 
1,475 
1,680 
1,630 



95 



250 
2,000 
2,355 
1,000 

240 

375 
560 
2,000 
480 
400 

300 
400 
320 
250 
1,600 

590 

635 

1,430 

285 
180 

825 
365 
800 
3.30 
2,000 

960 
1,500 
1,400 

71 
195 

1,880 
30S 
36C 
560 

1,28G 

1,200 
80t 

1 ,320 
8O0 

1,210 

1,050 
1,180 

800 
1,27.^ 

780 

735 
S0( 

7.';f 

170 

i.ooo 

1,135 
430 
840 
300 
750 

100 

220 

945 

425 

80 

795 
2,175 

600 
1.600 
1,005 



6.25 
33.00 
84.38 
20.00 
17.88 

36.80 
22.95 

42.75 
16.27 
20.55 

15.28 
6.00 
10.65 
13.00 
24.00 

23.40 

25.33 

58.22 

9.92 

8.16 

26.08 
16 65 
16.80 
6.75 
50.00 

14.59 
22.50 
21.00 
2.25 
13.71 

55.44 
13,12 
26,51 
16,50 
32,00 

18,80 
23,47 
51,68 
13,20 
58.00 

26,85 
39,61 
27,97 
53,38 
23,38 

17.17 
10.50 
34.65 
17.10 
21.00 

41.41 
12.00 
29.00 
5,35 
24,05 

1,82 
4,84 
23,08 
9,36 
2,79 

20.29 
86.88 
9.90 
24,00 
18,98 



500 


10.00 


2,00C 


40. OC 


1.50 


4.05 


3O0 


7.65 


2,630 


92.14 


600 


10,20 


1,105 


27,85 


625 


16,12 


16,000 


265.60 


3,800 


57.00 


1,110 


46.28 


3,475 


74.25 


2.385 


60.97 


3,810 


81 60 


960 


19.20 


255 


8.75 


IOC 


2.50 


200 


3.32 


SOO 


8.30 


1.000 


20 00 



-78— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






lores CultiTated 


Acres UnonltiTated 


Senenl Property Assessments in 1910 


Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Would 
Eavi Been 


Single Til 
Assessment 
1910 Would 
Eare Been 


Aotual Ti: 

Paid for 

1910 


Tax for 1910 

Under Single 
Tax Would 
EareBea 


Hame of Taipayot 


Ho. of 
Acre, 


Assessment 
Per iora 


No. of 
Aores 


Assessment 
Per Aoro 


On Land 


Bnildings& 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
Assessment 


Smith, I,. K. G 


* 
6 
14 

* 
* 

2 


$ 

37.50 
37.50 


80 
46 

23.74 
4.26 
80 

77 
41 
None 
17 
40 

2 

5.50 

3 

1 
22 

None 
27.14 
59 
40 
10 

6 

8. 25 
25 

4 
23 

29 
62 

80.75 
49 
168.30 

30.38 
35 

5.28 
26 
61 

44.50 
58 
102 

None 

18.92 
25.04 
39 
21 
170 

101 

.\one 

13 

6 

220 

140 

None 
40 

46.25 
68 

39 
114 
44 
34 
40.80 

70 

53.32 

51.32 

47.36 

25 

68.74 
48 
28 
40 
160 

4 

None 

None 
16.50 
14.40 

38.50 
26.79 

None 
35.27 
45 

154.37 
434.69 
371.04 

40 

40 


$ 10.00 
6.00 
3.15 
5.87 
12.50 

19.22 
30.00 
70.00 
64.70 
10.00 

50.00 
31.81 
100.00 

25.00 
23.73 

40.00 
99.18 
13. .56 
10.00 
20.00 

21.16 
33.82 
20.1,0 
15.00 
21.74 

12.07 
11.70 
9.90 
12.55 
14.97 

15.14 
14.29 
39.98 
25.00 
14.75 

15.16 
20.00 
19.61 
25.00 

21.00 
33.00 
16.91 
15.48 
30.59 

25.00 
60.00 
42.30 
11.66 
9.0! 

10.7:i 
55.55 
12.0c 
9.94 
3.01 

4.49 

4.38 

20.00 

20.00 

24.42 

22.14 
23.31 
32.40 

22.27 

so.oc 

48.73 

100.00 

16.08 

10.00 

7.50 

20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
25.00 
21.35 

19,48 
22.39 
47.50 
11.34 
20.00 

22.93 
33.01 
19.95 
15.00 
30.00 


$ 800 

500 

600 

25 

1,000 

1,590 
820 
2S0 

1,100 
400 

1,050 
120 
700 
655 

1,700 

640 
2,850 

875 
2,000 

200 

900 

1,875 
800 

1,360 
600 

590 
3,135 
1,400 

715 
6,030 

1,760 
3,000 
435 
1,490 
2,350 

2,175 
2,160 
3,925 
1,100 

3,975 

1,915 

705 

775 

5,435 

3,570 
690 

2,550 
220 

2,000 

3 000 
50 

480 
1,580 

430 

195 

600 

1,480 

2,190 

1,660 

4,300 
1,190 
1,350 
1,355 
3,500 

12,350 

4,800 

1,550 

400 

1,200 

980 

375 

150 

1,235 

1,070 

2,750 
920 
175 
500 

3,150 

3,540 
10,000 

8,800 
600 
800 


( * 


$ 800 

500 

1,145 

25 

1,000 

1,640 
960 
465 

1,140 
425 

1,050 
295 
1 000 
2,690 
2,000 

690 

3,080 

975 

2,445 
200 

1,000 
1,900 

950 
1,590 

865 

590 
2,175 
1,.500 

715 
6,620 

2,090 
3,250 
455 
1,990 
3,025 

2,325 
2,650 
4,390 
1,100 

5,475 

2,345 

925 

850 

6,110 

4,200 
860 

3,030 
320 

2,000 

3,000 
250 
480 

2,230 
930 

195 

725 
1,665 
2,835 
1,790 

4,350 
1,190 
1,350 
1,405 
3,700 

13,850 

4,800 

1,865 

400 

1,200 

1,335 

375 

ISO 

1,535 

1,220 

3.005 

1,090 

350 

705 

3,275 

3,340 
10,000 

9,000 
600 
800 


$ 

190 
1,025 


$ 800 

310 

130 

35 

1,000 

1,530 
830 
140 

1,100 
400 

600 
120 

.500 

310 
955 

425 
2,800 
S2S 
SOO 
200 

435 
785 
600 
390 
545 

420 

1,055 

920 

640 

3,570 

840 
1,145 

330 
1,000 
1,340 

1,145 

1,560 

2,685 

500 

1,765 

1,100 

675 

480 

4,220 

3,000 

690 

1,185 

lis 

2,000 

1930 

SO 

480 

740 

240 

180 

520 

1,080 

1,560 

1,270 

3,655 
1,190 
1,195 
1.190 
2,000 

6,275 

4,800 

785 

400 

1,200 

340 
100 
60 
785 
695 

1,530 

740 

95 

455 

1,800 

3,54(1 
10,OOC 

8, IOC 
60C 
80C 


$ 16.00 

11.00 

25.18 

.55 

IS. 00 

28.70 
16.85 
10.69 
26.22 
9.57 

26.25 
7.38 
25.00 
40.34 
32.00 

10.35 
51.74 
14.62 
36,67 
4.25 

15.00 
43.70 
23.75 
SI. 57 
14.70 

8.85 
32.63 
22.50 
10.73 
99.30 

45.98 
55.25 
9.09 
29.85 
63.53 

38.36 
39.75 
65.85 
16 50 

83.13 
35.17 
31.38 
13.7.^ 
91.64 

68.04 
22.36 
57.38 
3. TO 
30.00 

45.00 

4.12 

7.20 

49.06 

24.18 

5.07 
18.13 
24.98 
42.52 
26.85 

65.25 
17.85 
18.75 
21.07 
70.30 

263.15 
91.30 
60.72 

7.80 
21.84 

20.02 

5.62 

2.25 

26.09 

31.72 

51.09 
16.34 
6.13 
12.82 
49.13 

70.80 

230.00 

152.50 

9.00 

21.20 


IB 23.79 
13.86 


Smith, W. T 


545 

* 
* 

SO 
140 
315 

40 

25 


S.36 


Smith W T 


1.12 


Smith, Chas. (Trustee) 

Smith, Arthur 






23.18 


55.00 


120 
140 

325 
40 

25 

450 

175 

500 

2,380 

1,045 

265 

280 

ISO 

1,645 


42.22 




22.78 


Smith, W. W 


2 


125. uO 


4.72 


Smith, Wm. W 


37.03 


Smith, Wm. M. & S. A 






12.99 


Smith, W. H 


10 


95.00 


22.54 


Smith, W. H 


175 

300 

3,035 

300 

50 
230 
100 
445 

* 

100 
35 
ISO 
330 
265 


4.51 


Smith, W.H 

Smith, .T. W 

Smith, R. B 


? 

11.50 
20 

10.60 
1 

2 
40 

* 

9 
IS 

5 
22 

2 

6 

38 

12 

2 

70 

25 
45 
3 
14 
30 

31 
30 
35 
30 

65 
35 
1 
10 
35 

19 

11.61 
15 
4 

* 

40 
.90 

* 

28 
12 

5 
10 
18 
11 

SO 

* 

2 
6 
15 

60 

* 

21 

* 

13 

5 

3 
15 
12 

40 

6 

2 

S 

45 

* 

* 

35 


200.00 
55.00 
60.00 

63.43 
150.00 
37.. 50 
40.00 


18.79 

7.19 

24.11 

9.8S 


Smith, Howard. N 

Smith, H. R. & Fannie E. . 
Smith, C. K. & C 


70.75 
19.12 
18. .54 


Smith, Elthea I 


6.80 


Smith, Archie D. & E. I 

Smith, I. L 

Smith, J. M. & Anna 

Smith, Walter .t A 


85.56 
106.67 
60.00 
54.54 
50.00 

40.00 
50:00 

SO. 00 
50.00 
50.00 

52.00 
57.78 
75.00 
60.00 
48.35 

48.38 
50.00 
55.00 
55.00 

55.00 
54.60 
45.00 
45.00 
55.00 

55.00 
60.00 
1,W.34 
37.50 


565 
1,115 

350 
1 200 

320 

170 
1,120 

580 

75 

3,050 

1,250 

2,105 

125 

990 

1,685 

1,180 

1090 

1,705 

600 

3,710 

1,345 

250 

370 

1,890 

1,200 
170 

1,835 
105 


10.08 
46.43 
24.28 
21.62 
14.10 




9.74 


Smith, Neils H. & Bertha . . 
Smith, N eila H 


50 
100 


24.45 
21.33 


Smith, Isaac N. & C. L 


14.84 




600 

330 
250 
30 
500 
675 

150 
490 
465 


82.75 


Smith, Jas. 0. & Etta M.. . 
Smith, Jas. 0. & Etta M.. . 


32.20 
32.37 
10.48 


Smith, John & Rebecca. . . 
Smith, jUex 

Smith, Geo. W 


23.18 
52.34 

29.52 


Smith, F F & V, 


36.16 


Smith, M. G 

Smith, Josephine 


62.24 
11.59 


Smith, Josephine 


1,500 

430 

330 

75 

685 

630 
170 
470 


40.91 
25.50 


Smith, Paul 


24.47 




11.13 


Smucker.C. C 


97.82 


Snavely, Wm. N 


74.94 


SneU, A.L 

Snook, W. R. & F. C 


32.45 

35.41 

2.67 




* 


46.36 




37.50 
55.55 

"■46 '.66 
18.75 

20.00 
20.00 
60.00 
65.00 
60.00 

53.00 


1,070 
200 


44.74 




200 
* 
650 
500 


1.29 


Snodgraaa, R. H 


11.13 


Snuffin, W. P 


1,490 
690 

15 
205 

585 

1,275 

520 

1,695 


29.30 


Snyder, C. Carlton & J. F.. 
Snyder, 0. Carlton & J. F.. 


7.81 
5.^6 


Snyder, J. F.&R.T 


135 
185 
645 
130 

150 

* 


16.36 
25.03 


Snyder, .Julius C 


36.18 
29.44 




61.54 




27.58 


Snyder, Emma E . 


50.00 
50.00 
150.00 

150.00 


55 

215 

1,700 

7,575 


27.70 


Snyder, Tobias M 


50 
300 

1,500 

* 

315 

* 
* 

355 


27.58 


Society of Sisters of H. N.. 

Society of Sisters of H. N.. 
Society of Sisters of H. N.. 


57.16 

179.34 
137.18 




53.38 


1,080 


43.53 


Soderberg, Oscar L 


li.77 


69.23 
75.00 
50.00 
55.00 
57.50 

50.00 
53.33 
87.50 
20.00 
SO. 00 




32.20 


Solle, Paul C 


995 
275 
90 
750 
525 

1,475 
350 
255 
350 

1,475 


7.88 


SoUe, Paul C. & J 


2.32 


Solle, Joran C 




1.39 




300 
150 

255 
170 
175 
205 
125 

* 

20C 

* 
* 


31.18 


Sommerfield, E 


33.68 


Soreng, A. M 


42.19 




17.15 




2.58 




12.23 


Soules, T. P 

Soule, J. F 


41.72 
85.49 


Soule, J. F 






404.70 


Soule, J. F 

Soule, J. F 


40.00 


900 


190.38 
13.91 


Soule, J. F 






.13 92 











Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Same of Taxpayer 



Una CnltlTattd 



No. of 
iorea 



For ion 



Aores UncuItlTated 



No. of 
icres 



General Property i&sessmenta in 1910 



On Land 



Boildiiigs & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tai 
Exemptions 
1910 ¥onld 
Have Been 



Single Tax 



1910 ■Would 
Have Been 



iotnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

Bare Been 



Southern Pacific Co.. 
Southworth, D. C... 
Southworth, D. C. . 

Sowa, Enoch 

Sowa, Enoch 



Specs, George 

Rpeer, W. F. & Ina E 

Sperry, Lyman B 

Rpeuce, C. E. & Anna. . . . 
Spencer, Chas, M. & F. L. 



Spencer, Lillian 

Spencer, Lydia I... 
Spiess, Henry Rev.. 

Spiers, EUen 

Spiers, Jas 



Spillroan, Tho.s 

Rpillman, Thos 

Spillmann, Anna 

Splinter, Aug. & Alvina.. 
Spooner, Julia A 



Spooner, E. M. cfe E. J., 

Spooner, P. C 

Spooner, Ella A 

Sporalsky, M 

Sporalsky, M 



Sprague, .T. C. & H.. 
Sprague, Frank W.. 
Sprague, Caroline. . . 

Sprague, Cora S 

Sprague, W. W 



Spuiak, Kate 

Spulak, Harriet 

Spuiak, F. (Heirs) . 
Spurgeon, Myrtle. . 
Spain, John 



Spang, Bermadine W . 

Spatz, J. & S 

Spath, Lenora 

Spagle, Chas 

Spagla, Jacob 



Spahr, J. fHeirs) . 

Spahr, Hans 

Sparks, A. E 

Sparks, A. E 

Sparks, A. E 



Spangler, Alfred A. . . 
Spangler, Alfred.. A. 

Spangler, Chas 

Spangenberg, Grant.. 
Stage, J. E 



Stahl, Ralph H.. 
Rtaten, John D . . 
Statcn, John W. 
Staben, Henry . . 
Staben, Geofge.. 



Staben, Arthur 

Stampfer, J. T 

Standish, Robt. 11. . 
Standish, Phillip F. 
Stangel, Frank J... 



Stangel, Catherine 

Stangel, Geo. A 

Rtauber, Barbara 

Stanley, J. C 

Stanton, Chas. H. & N. G., 



Stanton, Harriet 

Stanton, B. & L. L. . 
Stanton, B. & L. L.. 
Stanton, W. F. & A.. 
Stanton, Mary A 



Stanton, J.N 

Stamper, Lee & Ella . . 
Stark, EUB. &H. S. 
Stark, J. F. & K. E. . 
Stafford, C.I 



Stafford, J. G 

Staehely, August 

Stachely, l^ydia & August. 

Stauffer, J. E 

Stauffer, F. P 



.25 



6 
1 

40 

23 
58 

7. 

2. 



Stauffer, Daniel . . . 
Stahlnecker, D. . . . 
Stahlnecker, Fred. 
Stabenow, Louisa. 
Staudinger, 0. J^. . . 



2.20 
16 

.50 
10 
13 

35 
65 
10 
30 
40 

.77 

.77 

30 

10 

1.50 

14 
5 



40 

35 

6 



2 
48 
41 



10 
10 
16 
30 
21 

25 
10 
10 
20 
62 

87 

25 

10 

25 
1 
10 
36 
30 

18.50 
10 



1.83 
10 
30 

* 

10 

130 
20 
65 



15.00 
15.00 



50.00 



40.00 
45.00 
50.00 

56.50 
400.00 



48.33 
20.00 

40.00 
40.00 
40.00 
102.06 
150.90 

150.00 
40.00 

200.00 
65.00 
65.00 

57.43 
40.00 
52.50 
60.00 
50.00 

80.00 
80.00 
56.66 
100.00 
70.00 

80.00 
40.00 



50.00 

55.00 
50.00 
40.00 



40.00 
41.66 
43.90 



90.00 

60.00 
60.00 
59.38 
50.00 
50.00 

48.00 
350.00 
40.00 
40.00 
80.00 

70.80 
80.00 
60.00 



50.00 

52.00 
55.00 
55.00 
55.00 
55.00 

54.86 
40.00 



100.00 



272.23 
60.00 
60.00 



45.00 

55.00 
60.00 
50.00 



4. 
400 
120 
117 
144 

88 

1.20 
10.13 
40 
22 

.50 

None 
15.08 
34 
39 

23.25 

78 

7 

None 

1.25 

None 

24 

4.50 

49.56 

15 

29 
226.50 

10 

21 
120 

None 
None 

30 
None 
None 

None 
20 

13.33 
80.00 
10 

40 
85 
101.79 
42.2 
13.88 

25 
73 
146.43 
10 

None 

10 
36.90 

4 

7 
19 

15 

None 
16.20 
20.34 
10.22 

30.18 

41.94 

28 

40 

12 

15 

1.47 
15.50 
29.80 
44 

None 
30 
80 
2.25 
10.30 

None 

34 

20.05 
177.23 
177 

189 

20 

55 

40 
108.50 



lO.OOS 

35.00 

35.00 

4.74 

5.00 

10.00 
16.66 
9.8? 
20.00 
18.18 

.30 00 
400.00 
66.32 
11.76 
11.54 

9.89 
10.00 
10.00 
29.65 
72.00 

72.00 
11.66 
100.00 
29.63 
30.00 

13.80 
8.83 
20.00 
17.14 
10.00 

80 00 
80.00 
25.00 
60.00 
10.00 

30,00 
15.00 
13.50 
20.00 
20.00 

25.00 
20.00 
11.79 
11.85 
9.71 

20.00 
16 43 
18 44 
40.00 
40.00 

32.50 
18.97 
18.75 
30.00 
20.00 

20 00 

300.00 

10.00 

9.83 

30.00 

30.00 

24.28 
17.85 
12.50 
18.75 

21.33 
23.80 
24.19 
24.33 
25.00 

24.86 
10.00 
3.00 
53.34 
40.77 

272.23 
20.00 
19.94 
15.23 
15.00 

24.86 
20.00 
20.00 
10.00 
7.37 



40 a 

14,000 

4,200 

595 

945 

2,480 
20 

500 
2,150 

750 

355 
100 
1,000 
690 
490 

1,830 

1,660 

2,390 

740 

505 

330 
930 

550 
2.120 
1,395 

3,410 
4,600 

735 
3,025 
3,200 

60 
60 

2,450 

1,000 

105 

1,120 
500 
180 

1,600 
450 

3,200 

3,450 

1,440 

500 

125 

580 

3,200 

4,500 

400 

450 

925 
1,300 
1,035 
1,640 
1,430 

1,500 
3,500 
565 
1,000 
5,360 

7,060 

5,420 

3,000 

500 

735 

1,630 

85 

935 

3,705 

3,750 

1,015 
700 
340 

1,230 
420 

500 
1,280 
2,200 
2,700 
3,105 



1,850 

1,600 

4,350 

400 

800 



370 



200 



1,050 
295 

200 

200 

SO 

320 



200 

820 



370 



195 

305 

50 

405 

1,000 

400 
845 
75 
400 
200 

SO 



700 



800 
230 



130 

250 
295 
150 



720 
790 



50 



205 



300 
655 



70S 

975 
,180 
ISO 

105 

150 
445 



830 
675 



550 
550 
400 

100 

750 
300 
760 

160 



40$ 

14,000 

4,300 

965 

945 

2,680 

20 

500 

3,200 

1,045 

555 

300 

1,050 

1,010 

490 

2,030 
2,480 
2,390 
1,110 
505 

535 
1,335 

600 
3,535 
2,295 

2,810 
5,445 
800 
2,435 
3,400 

110 

60 

3,150 

1,000 

105 

1,930 
730 
180 

1,600 
580 

3,450 

3,745 

1,590 

500 

125 

580 
3,920 
5,290 

400 

500 

935 
1,350 
1,025 
1,845 
1,430 

1,500 
3,700 
1,220 
1,000 
5,965 

8,035 

6,600 

2,150 

500 

830 

1,770 

530 

92S 

3,535 

3,425 

1,0 
895 
360 

1,320 
420 

1,050 
1,830 
2,600 
2,700 
3,205 

12,600 

1,900 

5,110 

400 

960| 



395 
ISO 



,480 



300 

1,800 

520 

360 
200 

50 
540 

30 

1,405 

1,480 

1,740 

895 

215 

370 
760 
100 
760 
1,455 

1,925 
2.870 
400 
1,685 
1,800 

50 



1,650 

400 

90 

1,500 
3S5 



280 

1,450 

1,345 

320 



40 

1,930 

1,545 



300 

285 
460 
650 
1,105 
630 

700 
700 
960 
60S 
3,800 

4,520 
4,245 
1,200 



420 

915 

465 

310 

1,935 

1,575 

555 

495 

20 

515 



550 

950 

1,600 



400 

4,670 
1,100 
2,710 



160 



40 


$ .80$ 


4,00(1 


233.34 


4,20(1 


69. 3C 


57(1 


2\.23 


795 


20.79 


1,200 


40.74 


20 


.3C 


300 


10.00 


1,400 


48.00 


525 


IS. 68 


195 


14.43 


100 


5.40 


1 ,000 


21.00 


47(1 


15.15 


460 


7.35 


625 


40.60 


1,000 


41.30 


6S0 


35.85 


315 


16.65 


290 


12.88 


155 


13.38 


465 


22.05 


.500 


10.08 


1,765 


37.88 


840 


34.42 


885 


42.15 


2,575 


88.47 


40(1 


12.00 


74(1 


41.33 


1,600 


51.68 


60 


3.86 


6(1 


1.56 


1,500 


47.25 


600 


23.00 


15 


2.42 


420 


32.64 


375 


17. 6C 


180 


2.70 


1,600 


24.00 


300 


8.7t 


2,000 


51.75 


2,400 


55.17 


1,270 


23.85 


SOO 


8.O0 


135 


2.76 


540 


8.70 


1,990 


58.80 


3,745 


79.35 


400 


6.O0 


200 


10.00 


6.50 


18.70 


890 


23.95 


375 


37.53 


740 


28.59 


800 


22.17 


800 


23.25 


3,000 


70.30 


260 


30.95 


395 


20.00 


3,165 


89.47 


3,515 


120.53 


3,355 


99. OC 


95(1 


34. 4C 


.soil 


7.5C 


410 


27.10 


855 


26.55 


65 


7.95 


615 


13. 8S 


1,600 


53.01 


1,850 


51.38 


460 


15.22 


4O0 


13.43 


34(1 


4.43 


70S 


18.30 


430 


8.83 


SOO 


34.13 


88(; 


39.3(1 


1,00( 


41.60 


3,701 


54.00 


3,805 


80 13 


7,930 


189.00 


80( 


38.50 


2 40( 


76.65 


4(l( 


6.00 


800 


30.161 



-81— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hame of T&zpa^ar 



Staudinger, C. L 

Staudinger, C. L 

Staudinger, C. L 

Staudinger, Julia 

Staudinger, J. W 



Staudinger, J. W 

Starkweather, Alice M. 

Starkweather, E 

Starkweather, H. G 

St. Benedict Abbey 



St. Clair, Smith 

St. Clair, F.W.&C... 
St. Clair, F. W. & C. M. 

Stein, Augusta 

Stein, Augusta 



Stein, Hedwig O. 

Steir, Henry 

Steel, EvaP 

Steel, Wm 

Steele, Mela A.. . , 



Stern, E. A 

Steiner, Nicholas , 

Steiner, Geo. J 

Steinke, Adolph 

Stegaman, Katherina , 



Stegaman, Paul.. 
Stevens, E.T. C 

Stevens, E. J 

Stevens, E. J 

Stevens, Mary E. 



Stevens, Lum 

Stevens, Ada 

Stevens, G. W. & Ada 

Stevens, Geo 

Stevens, Chas. E. & Geo. A 



Stevens, Chas 

Stevens, C. E. & Sarah F . 

Stevens, Wm 

Stevens, A. G 

Stephen?, Harold C 



Sterrett, I. & L. H.. . . 
Stewart, Elizabeth M. 
Stewart, C. E. *fe C... 
Stewart, C. E. & C... 
Stewart, Chaa. & C 



Stewart, Chas. & C. 
Stewart, John N . . , . 
Stewart, John N . , , . 
Stewart, John N.. . . 
Stewart, John 



Stewart, Ezra & M. E.. 

Stewart, Sarah E 

Stewart, Chas. & S. J. 

Stewart, Edwin S 

Stewart, J. L 



Stehman, Levi. . . , 

Stehman, Levi 

Steininger, John. . 
Rteininger, W. H. 
Steininger, W. H. 



Pteininper W. H 

Steinhotf, E. Ferdinand., 

Steinhach, K 

Steinbach. C 

Steinman, J. P 



StevensoQ, Wm.. . 
Steinhilher, Theo. 

Still. ICclward 

Still, ICflward 

Still Edward 



Still. Edward. 
Stipp. T. S..., 
Stipp, T. S.... 
Stipp, T. S... . 
Stipp. T.S.... 



Stipp, T.S 

Stites, Chas. M. 
Stingley, Noah. 
Stingley, Noah. 
Stickels, J. F... 



Stinebaugh, Rachael. 

Stone, H. W 

Stone, Mahala 

Stone, J. W 

fitone, J. W 



IcreB GaltiTfttffd 



No. of 
ior«i 



30 

22 



.50 



5 
12 
2 
5 
10 

24 
31 



.10 
5 
7.50 

5 
21 
12 

15 

30 



.75 



.13 



90 



2. 45 

7 

I. 



22 
5.49 
19.62 



25 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



40.00 



160.00 
125.00 
150.00 



200.00 
50.00 
50.00 
50,00 
45.00 

80.00 
45.16 



75.00 
50.00 
25.00 
35.00 

35.00 



50.00 

"ioloo 

100.00 
35.00 

100.00 
90.00 
60.00 

90.00 
52.50 
90.00 



15.00 
53.33 



45.00 
45.00 
106.93 

105.00 
34.50 
45.00 
39.40 



384.60 
48,00 
33.34 

51.66 



50.00 



38.90 
65.00 
50.00 
50.00 
45.7 

62.50 
77.14 
45,00 



50.00 



40.82 
40.00 
39.89 
40.00 

40.00 
83.00 
60.15 



40.00 



20.00 
70,00 
40,00 



Acres TTmmltiTated 



Id. of 
Acres 



50$ 



46 
23 

7,50 
87 
103,88 

34,50 
68,03 
41,50 
.50 
160 

2 

22.57 
46 
42 
19 

76 
49 
80 
20 
40 

135 
31 
20 
70 
74.30 

36 
40 

3 

5 
17.03 

6 
29.07 

None 
5 
3 

5 
59.00 

8 

1 
65.00 

10.10 
4.08 

50 80 
8.03 



None 
156 
52.85 
44.50 
40 

40 
80 

None 

no 

58 

1.50 
39.00 
80 
90 

25 

48 

25 

55 

77.26 

53.56 

2 

.50 

29.14 

39,30 

14,50 

15,50 

None 
None 
None 
2,94 

23,26 
1 
None 
6 
40,00 



55 

160 

102 

3, 

10 



50 



Afliessment 
Per Acre 



20$ 



7 

6,95 

7,33 

8,05 

9,62 

8,11 

99,95 

59,10 

100,00 

5,00 

100,00 
17.39 
20.00 
22.02 
12.11 

30.00 
14.28 
4.00 
6.00 
15.00 

5.93 

29.84 

20.00 

5.00 

6,72 

15,55 
8,75 
20,00 
30,00 
15,00 

41.66 
7.91 
50.00 
35.00 
50.00 

35.00 

15.25 

37.50 

100.00 

5.00 

19.80 
30.64 
19.69 
18.68 
60,00 

60,00 

10,00 

8,99 

9,80 

25,00 

10,00 
10,00 
384,60 
8.18 
16,36 

20,00 
43,59 
10,00 
13,90 
12,00 

10,00 
30,00 
25,00 

24,78 
8,86 

20,00 
40,00 
12,00 
8,16 
10,34 

15,48 
10,20 
10,00 
15.95 
11,23 

15,05 
50,00 
10,00 
15,00 
8,00 

20,00 
20,00 
4,90 
34,28 
15,00 



Geaenl Propertj Assessments in 1910 



On lud 



325 

160 

55 

700 

1,200 

280 

11,600 

5,200 

125 

800 

1,200 
1,000 
1,020 
1,175 
680 

4,200 

2,100 

320 

120 

600 

800 

1,600 

3,400 

600 

850 

700 
350 
210 
150 
315 

650 
265 
10 
625 
600 

625 

2,000 

1,380 

100 

550 

1,800 
125 

1,450 
600 
140 

210 
4,460 
1,825 
1,740 
1,000 

400 

800 

50 

1,380 

1,450 

340 
1,700 

800 
5,750 

300 

1,530 
1,205 
2,625 
2,26S 
2,075 

540 

5,420 

575 

320 

4#0 

240 

100 

280 

75 

75 

1,230 
490 

1,180 

90 

320 

2,100 

3,200 

740 

820 

550 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Propert j 



ToUl 
Assessment 



Single lai 
Iiempticni 
1910 Tonld 
lavo Been 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Vonld 
IsTt Been 



ActnalTai 

Paid for 

191» 



250 



900 
350 
100 



200 
475 



135 



645 
100 



150 

350 

50 

150 

235 

145 



150 
100 



145 



755 
200 

100 

150 

100 



40 
180 



860 



200 

50 

325 

420 



1,065 



125 
70 
150 
435 
615 

150 

1,175 



365 



415 
SO 



75 



50 



800 
490 



325 

160 

55 

700 

1,450 

280 

12,500 

5,550 

225 

800 

1,400 
1,475 
1,020 
1,310 
680 

4,845 

2,200 

320 

120 

600 

800 
1,750 
3,750 

650 
1,000 

935 
350 
355 
150 
315 

800 

365 

10 

625 

745 

625 

2,755 

1,580 

100 

650 

1,950 
125 

1,550 
600 
180 

390 
4,460 
1,825 
2,600 
1,000 

400 

800 

250 

1,430 

1,775 

760 
1,700 

800 
6,815 

300 

1 ,655 
1,275 
2,775 
2,700 
2,690 

690 
6,595 
575 
320 
765 

240 
515 
330 

75 
75 

1,230 
490 

1,255 

90 

320 

2,150 
3,200 
740 
1,620 
1,040 



$. 



400 



2,700 

1,900 

125 



700 
865 
60 
175 
330 

1,845 
1,060 



555 

2,150 

250 

435 

315 



235 

"■is 

385 
125 
5 
275 
220 



275 

1,535 

780 



250 

,155 



355 

265 

75 

270 
2,060 
1,080 
1,840 



200 
450 
580 

610 



4,315 



90S 
315 
775 
610 
1,905 

490 

3,775 

60 



565 



490 

260 

45 

35 

550 

165 

1,060 



550 



285 

l,ISS 

740 



325 

160 

55 

700 

1,050 

280 

9,800 

3,650 

100 

800 

700 
610 
960 
1,135 
350 

3,000 

1,140 

320 

120 

600 

800 

1,195 

1,600 

400 

565 

620 
350 
120 
ISO 
270 

415 

240 

5 

350 

525 

350 
1,220 
800 
100 
400 

795 
125 
1,195 
335 
105 

120 

2,400 

745 

760 

1,000 

400 

800 

50 

980 

1,195 

150 
1,700 

800 
2,500 

300 

750 

960 

2,000 

2,090 

785 

200 
2,820 
515 
320 
200 

240 
25 
70 
30 
40 

680 
325 
195 
90 
320 

1,600 

3,200 

455 

465 

300 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

lax Toold 

Han Been 



6.82 

3; 36 

1.16 

13.65 

26.10 

5.04 
187.50 
83.25 

3.37 
20.00 

51.10 
22.12 
15.30 
22.27 
11.56 

72.68 

44.20 

5.3 

1.99 

18.00 

12.00 
26.25 
56.25 
16.25 
15.00 

18.23 
8.75 

10.64 
4.50 
4.84 

16.80 
9.66 
.27 
15.93 
18.99 

15.94 
41.33 
40.29 
2.00 
16.25 

42.90 
3.74 

23.25 
9.00 
4.14 

8.97 
98.12 
36.50 
52.00 
21.00 

6.00 
16.00 

8.12 
22. J7 
31.06 

16.12 

25.50 

17.60 

143.12 

6,30 

34,77 
19,13 
41,63 
40,51 
51,49 

15.18 

112 

9.19 

4.80 

11.48 

3.60 
10.29 
6,60 
1,51 
1,49 

24,60 
7.35 

18.83 
1.44 
6.72 

32.25 
53.12 
II 10 
26.73 
17.68 



—82- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






icres Cultiyated 


kam UnonltiMtod 


Bonenil Property Aeseasmente in 1910 


Single Tax 
EiemptiDQfi 
1910¥onld 
Have Been 


Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Tonld 
laTO Seen 


AchialTai 

Paid for 

191D 


Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

EtTO Been 


Kame of T&zpayflr 


Ho. of 

Aorei 


Isstsnent 
Far Aort 


Ho. of 
kam 


AsMBsment 
Per Aoro 


On Land 


Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
Assessment 


Stone, J. W .'. .. 

Stone, J. W 


* 3 
* 
* 
* 

25 
65 
10 
70 

* 

30 

5 





20 i 

1 
10 

20.00 
20 

15 

32.20 

10.46 

35.04 

34.37 

3.33 

5 

5 

None 

9 

8.52 
.75 

8 
10 
23 

40 
18 
28 

22 

3.05 

None 
95.89 
160 
46.80 

28 
10 
10 

None 
29.50 

None 
29.77 
77.40 
49.50 
16.25 

None 
200 
3.95 
12.74 

2 

None 

11.25 

20 

3 

69 
29.18 

Nona 

None 

20 

30 
5 
125 
40 
40 

28 
52 
40 
160 

108 
240 
40 
149 
I00.7.J 

S(l 
6 00 
1 43 
1 

4 IS 

59 
45 

5 02 
Nnne 

.10 

200.18 
78 

1 92 
28 
2 


( 16.0o'9 
20.00 
20.00 
16.00 
16.00 

30.00 
15.53 
9.56 
9.99 
11.64 

34.53 
10.00 
80.00 
24.70 
40.00 

41.80 
134.60 
62.50 
40.00 
15.43 

30.00 
15.00 
15.27 
19.28 
30.00 

32.78 

100.00 

7.91 

10.00 

9.82 

10.00 
10.00 
10 00 
40.00 
10.16 


i 320'. 

20 

200 

320 

320 

1,950 
3,815 

500 
3,150 

400 

2,215 
225 
400 
200 

1,360 

1,250 
100 
700 

2,800 
455 

1,455 
2,850 
1,475 
1,320 
885 

650 
1,750 

760 
1,600 
2,060 

1,480 
100 
500 
200 

2,300 

ISO 
1,070 
2,500 
1,425 
1,700 

7S 

3,000 

210 

1,350 

190 
170 
1080 
400 
750 

1.110 
2.715 
2,000 
1,230 
400 

500 
270 
2,850 
450 
60n 

40n 

78n 
i,6on 

4on 
i,64n 

1 .ftsn 

3,150 

60n 
i.s.sn 
3,500 

.son 

401 
6.S( 
180 
3O0 

2.200 

1 940 

500 

ssn 

1,800 

3.600 

715 

540 

190 

35 


i * 

* 
* 

250 
90S 


S 320 

20 

200 

320 

320 

2,200 
4,720 

500 
3,3.S0 

400 

2,315 
225 
425 
200 

1,410 

1,400 
100 
900 

3,200 
655 

1,705 
2,850 
1,825 
1,455 
1,080 

830 
2,840 

760 
1,600 
2,360 

1,480 
100 
500 
200 

2,910 

400 
1.150 
3,525 
1.625 
1,960 

475 
3,000 
1,860 
1,350 

240 
220 

1,200 
400 

1,050 

1.325 
2.995 
2,200 
1,SSS 
430 

540 
270 
3,350 
450 
600 

400 
4.380 
1,600 

400 
1,640 

1 680 
3.1. SO 
600 
1,665 
3,700 

501 
400 
1,845 
180 
300 

2.2.S0 

2.375 

SOO 

585 

2,300 

3.955 

910 

665 

290 

3S 


5 


i 320' 

20 

200 

320 

320 

1,200 
1,520 

195 
1,050 

400 

1,150 

100 

400 

SO 

760 

730 
100 
625 
1,600 
385 

600 
1,200 
610 
770 
750 

395 
1,000 

760 
1,600 

850 

580 
100 
200 
50 
810 

ISO 
685 
9S0 
735 
1,015 

75 

3,000 

150 

560 

100 
50 
485 
400 
450 

775 

1.565 

1,575 

300 

240 

265 
140 
1,855 
450 
600 

400 
430 
920 
400 
1,640 

1,335 
3.1. SO 
600 
1 285 
1,275 

225 
400 
45( 
140 
300 

1 .500 
960 
SOO 
250 

1,000 

2.400 

655 

295 

I.SO 

35 


S S.44 

.34 

3.40 

5.44 

5.44 

33.00 

117.99 

8.75 

58.60 

10.00 

38.20 
4.72 

15.52 
3.50 

26.95 

33.60 

2.40 

15.75 

52.80 

9.82 

55.01 
86.92 
58.99 
48.01 
35.64 

12.45 
42.60 
15.20 
40 00 
47.20 

29.60 
2.50 

10.00 
4.00 

58,20 

7.20 

17.25 

105.74 

34.13 

30.70 

12.58 
45.00 
31.62 
22.95 

3.60 
3.74 

18.00 
6.40 

18.90 

26.49 
59.00 
71.50 
34.21 
9.44 

12.69 
4.05 

67.00 
9.00 

18.00 

9,20 
122.60 
32.00 

6.00 
32 . 80 

50.40 
63.00 
12.00 
41.62 
81.40 

1 1 . SO 
9.20 

42 43 
4 14 
6.90 

39 . 38 
35 62 
10 00 
13 46 
34.50 

59.33 

13 65 

IS 29 

4.35 

.60 


S 8.28 
.51 


Stone P Keve 






5.18 


Rtonp P K 






8.28 








8.28 




60.00 
51.00 
40.00 
40.00 


1,000 

3,200 

305 

2,300 


27.81 


Stone. W.&N.M 


61.51 
5.16 


Stone. C.G 

Stone W M . . . . ■ 


200 

* 

100 


27.81 
16.19 


Stone Metta F . 


70.00 
35.00 


1,165 

125 

25 

150 

650 

670 


28.20 




3.46 


Stout Chas 


25 


19.03 




2 
10 

9 

* 

2 

30 

2 

19 
40 
22 
12 
3 

9 
10 

* 

* 

40 

30 

* 

10 

5 
50 

.34 
16 
45 
20 
25 

.11 

* 

2 
23 

3 

3.24 
16 

6 

II 
23 

10. 50 
30 

4.2S 

10 

5 
35 

12 

28 
* 

12 

m 

4 
II 

6(1 

4 50 

¥ 

5 

1 

IS 

35 

« 

5 
20 

40 

2 
4 
2 


100.00 
100.00 

100.00 


1.36 




SO 

ISO 

* 

200 
400 
200 

250 


22.84 




28.24 




3.87 




100.00 

80.00 
50.00 

75.00 
56.25 
54.54 
65.00 
75.00 

55.55 
175.00 


275 

1,600 

270 

1,105 

1,650 

1,215 

685 

330 

435 
1,840 


16.99 




39.23 


Storm, F &W 


8.92 


StoU John A 


33.27 


Str>ll Tohn A Sr 


61.40 


Stoll John A Jr 


350 
135 
195 

180 
1,090 

* 
* 
300 


33.83 


StoU Fred C 


42.70 


Stoll, Frank W 


41.60 




9.16 


Stoehr Emilv S 


23.18 


stokes, Wm.R.&F.M.... 

Stokes, Wm. R 

Stokes, Wm.R 

Stokes, W.R 

SfnUp-fl W R 


26.13 






50.34 


40.00 
40.00 

46!oo 

40 00 
40.00 

■■■■4s!oo 

42.22 
45.00 
52.00 


1,510 
900 


29.22 
19.94 


* 


3.15 


Stokes W. R 


300 

ISO 

2,100 

250 
465 
2,575 
890 
945 

400 

1,710 

790 

140 
170 
715 


6.88 


StokfiR W R 


1.72 


Stokes, W. R 


600 

250 

80 

1,025 

200 

260 

400 

* 

1,650 


27.85 


Stokes, A. F 


3.99 


11.70 

7.75 

10.60 

24.61 


15.88 




58.22 


Stormer, Abraham 


31.17 
24.81 


Stockton, Sarah H 


3.43 


S5!6(l 
SO. CO 

50.0(1 
SO.OC 
55. OC 

"ibo'.bo 

40. OC 
80. Of 
190. 4f 
41. OC 
47.0= 

30. OC 
40. OC 
40. OC 


15.00 
25.00 
15.69 

20.00 
15.00 
17.77 
20.00 

to. 00 

9.71 
29.98 
ISO. 00 

10. on 
10. 00 

6.6(i 
14. 00 
II .6 

1 1 . 2.'i 

IS. 00 

10 0(1 
10.7 
1I.,SJ 
10.00 
10. 2S 

11.11 
13.12 
15. OC 

S.O.'i 
7.94 

.SO 0( 
66 M 

69 92 

70 00 
73 26 

2(1 3.J 

12 00 
99 . 80 

50 on 
20 on 

10 on 

8 2n 

.so. 00 

5 on 

17.50 


69.54 


Stockwell. Mary J 

Stockwell. Mary J 


4.14 
15.44 


so 

50 
120 
* 
300 

215 
280 
200 
325 
30 

40 


2.32 


Strong, Chas. F 

.«trooe, Cliffortl L 

Strong, Geo V. & S 

Straka, J . A. & Mary 


1 .38 
11.24 
9.97 


600 

5.S0 
1,430 

625 
1.255 

190 

275 

130 

1,495 


14.48 
25.66 








103.70 


Strunk, Walter P 


13.40 


" Strunk. Eddie A 




Strunic, Edward A 


10.06 

3.25 




500 

* 
* 

* 
3,600 

* 

* 
II.; 
200 

1 , 1 95 

■'■"*'* 

50 
435 
J- 

.U 

soo 
ss.s 

195 
125 
100 

ft 


57.04 




13.84 


Straus. John 






28,61 


'■40I0C 
35.7 


■ ■ ■ ■ '3,956 
680 


14. IS 




1 3 . 23 
















50.43 




40.00 


345 


63.67 


Strauss, John 




'"31 81 

4.'> 00 

105 58 

■■||00(1 
no 00 

(.6 M 

40 0(1 

iiooo 

60 0( 

40 0( 

37 .50 

110 00 

25.00 


18.45 




380 

2,425 

275 




Strack.W. F 

.Strey, Wm 

Ktreet. C F. * .lennie. 


SI .56 

.S6.97 

7.57 
13 46 


■ Street, C F. & .Jennie. .. 

Street. C. F. & .Jennie. . 
. Street. C. F. & Jennie 

Street. Chas F 

Strait, Pe-jrl 

Stroup, Robt. & Anna .1... 

Streibig, Ida M 

Strite, J.T 

Strove, E 

Strvkpr Flla M 


1,395 
40 

7.S0 
1,415 

335 

1,300 

1,555 
255 
370 
140 


15.15 
4.72 
10.09 

40.77 
22.25 
14.76 
8.41 
23.18 

55.63 






Straight, H. E... . . 

Struclten, .T. W.AM A... 


3^48 
.90 






















— S3— 















Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



luDa of Taxpayer 



icreB Gultiratfld 



No. of 
Icrei 



issoBsmeat 
Per Acre 



ioroB UncaltiTatad 



No. of 

lores 



AaBessment 
Per icre 



General Propertj isseaBments in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
issesBment 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonld 
Havi Been 



Single T^x 
Assesflment 
1910 Tosld 
EaTO Been 



Aotnal Tn: 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

Ixn Been 



Strucken, M.nry A 

Stradley, J. P 

Stratton, H. L. (Adm.). 

Btratton, T. H 

StricUin, J. C 



Rtromgreh, .T. A 

Rtrachan, David W 

Strickland, K 

Strubhar, Sol N 

Strubhar, i^icholas & H... 



Stromgren, C. G... 
Strickrott, A. L... 
Strickrott, Frank. 
Strickrott, F. (J... 
Strowbridge, J. P . 



Strowbridge Est.ate Co 

Strowbridge Estate Co 

Strowbridge Estate Co 

Strowbridge Estate Co 

Strowbridge, J. ^ 

Strowbridge, J. M 

Strowbridee, J. A. Est. Co 
Strowbridge, J. A. Est. Co 
Strowbridge, J. A. Est. Co, 
Strowbridge, J. A. Est. Co 

Strowbridge, J. IVI 

Stubbe, Mary 

Stubbe, Wm 

Stulke, Fred 

Stulke, Fred 



Sturm, H. L. A 

Stuckle, Fritz 

Stukey, Gottfried 

Stuckey, H. S. E 

Stuckey, H. S. E 

Stuckey, H. S. E 

Stuckey, J. M 

Stuckey, J. M 

Stuckey, John M 

Stucki, August 



Stutzke, Paul 

Stuart, Del 

Sturges, O. W 

Sturges, O W 

Sturgis. Oscar W.. 



Sturgis, Oscar 

Sturgis, F. M 

Stuwe, Wm. (Estate) 

Rtuwe, Wm. H 

Stubbar, Nicholas & H. . . 



Sturcbler, Jos 

Stursberg, Julius 

Studeman, Carl 

Studeman, Carl 

Sullivan, Bartholomew . 



Sullivan, J. G 

Sumner, W. M 

Sumner, Kate 

Sumner, Bertha M.. 
Sumner, Amelia A.. 



Sumner, Marion & M. R.... 

Sumner, Calvin & L 

Sunset Land Co 

Sunderland, Abraham M.. . 
Supple, Joseph 



Superior Lumber Co.. 
Superior Lumber Co.. 

Surfua, W. E 

Surfus, 1, M 

Surfus, Mary M 



Surfus, Mary M.. 

Surfus, C. E 

jjurface, S. D., . . 

Suter, Eli C 

Buter, E. C 



2. SO 
16 



4 
30 



20 



Snter, .James A.. 
Suter, .Tames A.. 
Sutton, Alonzo. . 
Sutton, AloDzo, , 
Sutton, A. M 



Snttle, Geo 

Sutford, F. M 

Sutherland, J. H 

Bvendsen, Svend L. & R.. 
Bwan. J. V. & M. E 



4.50 

H< 

.75 
S 
9 

5 

12 

100 

16 

12 



4.50 
60 

7 
10 



.75 



18 



.86 



40.00 
60.00 



150.00 
50.00 



20.00 



48.00 



20.00 



65.00 
65.00 



60.00 



40.00 
35.00 



38.00 

36,00 
47,50 
47.50 
53.33 



50.00 



35.00 



105.55 



65.00 
60.00 

44.45 

50.00 
50.00 
55.00 
55.00 
50.00 



55.00 
50.00 
40.00 
20.00 



84.61 
90.00 



133.33 



35.00 



20.00 
20.00 



20 00 
20.00 



40 00 
SO 00 
70,00 



50,00 



80,00 
55.00 
65 00 



75.50$ 

44 

47 

I. OS 
27 

36 
40 
40 
77 
6.50 

38 

II 

6 

10 

121.92 



35.80 
227.82 
212.20 

80 

95 

95 
20 
12 

38.50 
70 

93 

3 

120 

110.78 

.11 

28 
20 
17 

None 



.11 



.14 
.12 



None 
40 ■ 



.24 



..SO 
35.80 

None 

None 
46.64 

56.57 
28 
43 
64 
8.50 

38.93 
11.65 
60 
15.50 
310 

40 
6.80 
15 
80 
40 

8,60 
1,80 

14 

20 

72 

94.74 
40 
40 
19 

Noue 

26 

37 

40.03 

45.78 

I. II 

146.50 

None 

14 

29.84 

10.39 

278.56 

20 

None 

13 

S3 



10,59 
18,18 
57.47 
119.47 
16.30 

8.33 
25.00 

8.00 
18.00 
23.07 

5.00 
25.00 
25.00 
25.00 

8.20 

122.20 
19.93 
19.98 
20.00 
10.00 

9.47 
30.00 
20.83 
15.58 
20.00 

9.67 
20.00 
10.00 
14.89 



13,39 

35,00 

9.12 



10.00 

50.00 
55.81 
20.00 
20.00 
12.00 

19.97 
21.46 
27.00 
20.00 
17.65 

25.67 
20.00 
20.00 
10.32 
8.38 

5,00 

29.41 

40. od 

7.50 

7.50 

20.35 
54.89 
50,00 
20.00 
8.61 

10.55 
12.50 
5.00 
5.26 
5.00 

S.OO 
SOO 
5.99 
II 00 
13.51 

9.00 
IS. 00 
25 00 
16. 7S 
72.18 

14.97 
30.00 
30.00 
15.38 
30 00 



900$ 

1,760 

2,700 

425 

590 

380 
1,000 

320 
1,530 

150 



430 

275 

410 

2,200 

1,000 



4,475 
6,340 
4,240 
1,600 
1,950 

1,800 
600 
250 
600 

1,780 

1,800 

155 

3,100 

2,450 

10 

1,375 
700 
260 

75 

225 

75 
75 
75 
100 
400 

500 

2,000 

50 

300 

960 

1,380 
1,200 
6,660 
2,160 
750 

1,000 
470 

4,200 
440 

2,800 

200 

1,300 

3,750 

600 

300 

175 
200 
700 
400 
900 

1,000 

500 

200 

460 

60 

410 

245 

240 

1,300 

15 

1,375 

50 

420 

SOO 

750 

5,020 

600 

70 

585 

4.060 



20$ 



I 

415 



25 
340 



120 
100 



ISO 
130 



200 



500 



200 



200 
100 



100 



100 
615 



540 



350 



200 
325 



500 
455 
100 



295 
400 
310 
265 



95 
I. SO 



255 
45 



100 
100 



175 
235 



200 
30 



175 

320 

1.500 



1,020$ 

2,175 

2,700 . 

450 

930 

500 
1,000 

320 
I ,'630 

ISO 



580 

405 

410 

2,400 

1,000 

4,475 
6,840 
4,240 
1,600 
1,950 

1,800 
600 
250 
600 

1,780 

2,000 

155 

3,300 

2,550 

10 

1,475 
700 
360 
690 

225 

75 

75 

615 

100 

400 

850 
2,000 
250 
625 
960 

1,380 
1,200 
7,160 
2,615 
850 

1,000 
765 

4,600 
750 

3,065 

200 

1,395 

3,900 

600 

300 

175 
455 
700 
400 
945 

1,000 
500 
200 
460 
160 

510 

245 

240 

1 .475 

250 

l,37S 
250 
450 
SOO 
750 

5,020 
600 
245 
905 

5.560 



195 
1,085 



85 
440 



170 
190 



330 

130 

160 

1,400 



1,700 



750 
665 



180 

820 

55 

1,700 

675 



830 



ISO 
615 



75 
'546 



600 



235 
525 
295 

ISO 

340 

3,300 

1,01s 

490 



440 

2,200 

520 

380 



815 
1,900 



320 
'260 



26S 
145 



310 
45 



775 
235 

45 

235 

7S 



595 



220 
600 

2.83el 



825$ 

1,090 

2,700 

365 

490 

330 
1,000 

320 
1,440 

ISO 

2S0 

275 

250 
1,000 
1,000 

4,475 
5,140 
4,240 
1,600 
1,200 

1,135 

600 

2S0 

600 
1,600 

1,180 

100 

1,600 

1,875 
10 

645 

700 

180 

75 

225 

75 

75 

75 
100 
400 

250 

2,000 

15 

100 

665 

1,230 

860 
3,860 
1,600 

360 

1,000 

325 
2,400 

230 
2,685 

200 
580 
2,000 
600 
300 

175 
135 
700 
400 
685 

1,000 

SOO 

200 

195 

15 

200 
200 
240 
700 
15 

1,330 

15 

375 

500 

750 

4,425 

600 
25 

305 
2.730 



17.34$ 

62.21 

62.10 

16.42 

15.06 

11.50 
15.00 

4.80 
37.49 

2.25 



9.86 

6.07 

6.15 

36.00 

25.00 

163.33 
109.44 
64.08 
24.60 
48.75 

39.00 
9.50 
3.75 
9.00 

35.60 

50.00 

4.66 

88.00 

38.25 

.15 

23.60 
11.55 

7.20 
18.52 

S.9S 

2.00 
1.98 
16.09 
2.65 
8.00 

19.55 
36.00 
6.50 
16.25 
18.48 

20.70 
18.00 
107.40 
39.22 
12.75 

15.00 
11.47 
71.30 
13.16 
70.50 

4.60 
27.43 
78.00 
10.92 

5.46 

3.84 
6.82 

15.57 
6.80 

19.85 

21.00 
8.50 
3.60 
8.28 
2.88 

9.18 
4.41 
6.00 
22.12 
3,75 

21.37 
3.75 
7.65 
8.50 

15.00 

75.30 

9.00 

6.37 

25.34 

83.40 



-84— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



luni of Tupajar 



iores OultiTatod 



lo.of 
ioiea 



Issesament 
Pericre 



Acres UQOiiltiTated 



No. of 
lores 



Per iore 



lienenl Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
isaessment 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Would 
Eava Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Would 
Have Been 



iotaalTal |, 
Paid for 
1910 



Tax for 1910 

lUnder Single 

Tax Would 

Have Been 



Bwank, David E 

Swank, E. J. & Amy. 
Swank, E. J. & Amy. 

Swales, Alfred 

Swales, Alfred 



Swales, Henry 

Swartz, Henry 

Swartz, Henry 

Swanson, Andrew P.. 
Swanson, Andrew P.. 



Swanson, E. A 

Swanson, Jos 

Swallow, C. W. & Olive. . 

Swallow, C.W 

Swafford, E. J 



Swenson, Andrew 

Swenson, John 

Sweitzer, James M 

Switzer, E. E. & M. E 

Swiatkowski, K. & Martha 



Swope, G. W & N.... 
Swope, G. &B.F.. .. 

Swoboda, L 

Swygert, Geo 

Sykes, James 



Sylvester, Harry E 

Syndicate Inv. Co 

Szvinski, A 

Taber.R.H 

Tacharon, Geo. A. & A. 



Taggart. Horace M.. 
Taggesell, Ernest . . . 
Tait, James A. C — 

Taipale, Ellas 

Talbert, J. A 



Talbert, J. A 

Talbert, J. A 

Talbert, Daniel 

Talbert, Daniel 

Tallmann, C. P. & C. E.. . 



Tamblyn, Lulu 

Tapp, V. B. &T. A... 

Tapp,V.B 

Tapfer, Chris 

Tarrant, Wm. (Heirs) . 

Tarrant, Wm. (Heirs) . 

Tassell, Robt 

Tate, Albert 

Tatum & Bowen 

Tatum & Bowen . . 



Tatum & Bowen. . . 

Tatum, Mary J 

Tautfest, I. J. & L.. 
Tautfast, Mary. ... 
Tauchman, Martin. 



Tauchman, G. E 

Tauchman, G. E 

Taubenheimer, Mabel... . 

Tawney, J. B 

Tawney, I.J 



Taylor, .Tohn. 
Taylor, John. 
Taylor, John. 
Taylor, John. 
Taylor, John. 



Taylor, John R 

Taylor, M. H. & Matilda.. 

Taylor, W. R 

Taylor, Samuel R 

Taylor, Samuel R 



Taylor, S. R 

Taylor, F.E 

Taylor, F. E 

Taylor, A. E 

Taylor, J. J 



Taylor, O. B. & L. H 

Taylor, 0. B 

Taylor, Sam'l Mrs 

Teal, Geo. C. & Henry B. 
Teatz, Henry 



Teevin, John 

Telford, Maxwell 

Telford, Maxwell 

Telford, Max 

Telford. Maxwell, Jr.. 



5 
20 

75 
40 

10 

7 
25 
50 

3 

10 



.50 



12 
50 



2.50 
2.50 



4 
10 
20 



8 
12 



5 
10 
6 

75 

I.S 

2 



50 



15.08 



1.93 

6 

I.3)i 

2 

1.10 

1.50 



.03 



27 

4 

50 

40 

10 
75 
6 
65 
15 

30 



12 
55 



10 



.57 



24.00 
25,00 
60.00 
60.00 

59.00 
150.00 
120.00 
55.00 
30.00 

15.00 



100.00 



100.00 
50.00 
40.00 



128.00 
128.00 



50.00 
62.22 



40.00 



25.00 
130.00 
55.00 



55.00 



60.00 
116.67 



109.27 
70.00 
75.00 
35.00 

80.00 
25.00 



70.00 



89.52 



310.89 
50.00 
80.00 
50.00 
80.00 

50.00 
150.00 



54.82 
50.00 
55.00 
55.00 

20.00 
65.00 
30.00 
52.31 
51.66 

56.66 



50.00 



53.50 



65.00 
50.00 



50.00 



100.00 
36.36 



15 
35 
60 
, 6 
10 



30 



30 
3.07 
9.35 

29 

37 

30 

40 

10.50 

12.20 

58 

None 
27.85 
52.50 
40 
25 

.89 
.89 

80 

38.89 

71 

4.50 
70 
45.60 

None 
20 

ISO 

5 
160 

8 

I 

5 
None 
48.46 
13.91 
45 

17.06 

None 

120 

12.07 

80.89 

120.00 
.1 
None 
32.50 
5 

None 

9 

4 

7.341 
None 

None 
None 
5 
.09 

None 

None 

53 

9 

97 

120 

150 

56.06 

34 
256 
101 

38 

1.50 
27 
40 
24.76 

1.50 
36 
41.60 
160 
40 

29.30 

32.13 

None 

32.02 

3.50 



26.66 

8.00 

8.00 

19.05 

20.00 

20,00 
40.00 
48.12 
22.41 
6.75 

3.33 
18.75 
95.24 
32.79 
43.10 

40,00 
21,54 
9.45 
20,00 
26,00 

67,41 
67,41 
43,71 
19,28 
16.90 

17,78 

9,14 

6,14 

75,00 

25.00 

6,22 
15,00 

5,00 
15,00 
60,00 

60,00 
60,00 
10.31 
25.16 
12.78 

23.38 

5.00 

6.00 

283.46 

34,98 

35.00 



50.00 
30.76 
70.00 

200.00 
20,00 
20.00 
21.42 
27.27 

30.00 
40.00 
70.00 



20.75 
20.00 
20,42 
20,00 

6.66 
13.20 
14 70 
20.00 
21.78 

15.13 
17.00 
16.85 
18.75 
19.39 

50.00 
30.00 
20,00 
24.37 
25,00 

20.47 
21.78 
100,00 
7.18 
2l,60l 



400$ 

400 

980 

4,620 

2,600 



1,190 
1,170 
3,450 
3,400 
310 

250 

750 

1,000 

1,200 

2,500 

50 

1,200 

2,500 

800 

1,150 

380 

380 

350 

1,350 

1,760 

280 

640 

630 

1,300 

1,600 

1,120 
350 
800 
600 

1,460 

300 
600 

1,200 
800 

3,200 

1,600 

50 

720 

3,600 

2,970 

4,200 

50 

1,350 

1,000 

350 

600 
480 
160 
250 
80 

100 
300 
350 

75 
45 

100 
2,580 

380 
4,730 
4,600 

1.200 
5,615 
680 
8,520 
2,975 

2,275 

25 

605 

750 

640 

75 
1,860 
3,580 
3,900 
1,000 

1. 100 
700 
100 
630 

79 



405 



525 



425 
230 
300 
535 
75 

50 



370 



165 
210 



200 
200 

10 
440 

100 

105 
505 
480 



25 



150 
40 



140 

50 

660 

150 
50 

450 



475 



SO 
280 
235 
200 

ISO 



250 



1,100 



100 
400 



3,090 
300 



95 



180 
1,080 



50 
■76 



400$. 

805 

980 
5,145 
2,600 

1,615 
1,400 
3,750 
3,935 
385 

300 

750 
I.OOU 
1,570 
2,500 



215 
1,410 
2,500 

800 
1,150 

580 

580 

350 

1,260 

2,200 

380 
640 

735 

r,80s 

2,080 

1,120 
375 
800 
750 

1,500 

300 
600 

1.340 
850 

3,860 

1,750 

100 

720 

4,050 

2,970 

4,200 

SO 

1,825 

1,000 

350 

600 
530 
440 

485 
280 

250 
300 
350 
75 
295 

170 
2,630 

380 
5,830 
4,600 

1,300 

6,015 

680 

11,610 

2,975 

2,575 

25 

605 

750 

735 

75 
2,040 
4,660 
3,900 
1,000 

1,150 

700 

100 

700 

75 



485 

340 

3,585 

1,600 

815 
1,000 
2,095 
2,355 

lis 

165 



$ 



910 



195 

550 

1,535 



370 



345 
345 



320 

850 



210 



370 
1,055 
1,080 



225 



510 
720 



270 

735 

350 

2,330 

1,000 
90 



4.30 
70 



1,070 



215 
230 
340 
305 
250 

205 
220 



250 

70 

970 

120 

2,830 

1,400 

235 

4,285 

90 

5,190 

450 

1,545 

" ibo 

■ i9S 



600 
2,735 



345 
■396 



400! 

320 

640 

1,560 

1,000 

800 

400 

1.655 

1,580 

270 

135 
750 

1,000 
660 

2,500 

20 
860 
965 
800 
780 

235 
235 
350 
940 
1.350 

170 
640 
365 
750 
1,000 

1,120 
ISO 

800 
240 
780 

300 
330 
605 
500 
1.530 

750 
10 

720 
3.620 
2,900 

4,200 
50 

755 
1,000 

350 

385 
300 
100 
180 
30 

45 
80 
350 
75 
45 

100 
1,660 

260 
3,000 
3,200 

1,065 

1,730 

590 

6,420 

2,525 

1,030 

25 
505 
750 
540 

75 
1,440 
1,325 
3,900 
1,000 

805 
700 
lOO 
Jie 

7f; 



6,80$ 
14.09 
17 15 
87,46 
44.20 

27.46 
21.00 
56,25 
59,02 
8,85 

6,90 
11,25 
20,00 
23.55 
37,50 

4.72 
21.15 
52.50 
12,80 
18.20 

13,92 
13.92 
8,75 
21,42 
33.00 

8,36 

9.73 

11.03 

34.29 

31.20 

16.80 
10, .TO 
20.00 
12,00 
34,50 

6.90 
13,80 
30.82 
19,55 
81.06 

30.62 
1.50 
10.80 
95.18 
49.01 

69.30 

.85 

36.50 

15.00 

8.92 

19, SO 
7.95 
6.60 
7.27 
4.20 

3.75 
4.50 
8.92 

2.25 
8.84 

5.53 
39.45 

S.70 
96.19 
69.00 

19.50 
96.24 
12.92 
188.08 
48.19 

38.63 

.42 

9.98 

12.38 

11.76 

1.13 
30.60 
69.90 
51.00 
16.50 

19,55 
12.60 

2.60 
14.70 

I it 



-SB— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Huae of Taxpajer 



Telford.W J-W R-M G-J P 
Telford.W J-W R-M G-J P 

Telford, Lizzie 

Tellefson, Knute 

Tellefson, Knute 



Tellefson, Kmite. 

Tcnny, L. S 

Tenny, Lorenzo.. 
Ten Eyck, R. A.. 
Terry, DoUie M.. , 



Terry, S.N 

Terry, Gilford 

TerwiUiger, W. & L 

Texas Oregon Timber Co.. 
Thayer, J. A. & L. E 



Thatcher, J. C 

Thebo, Carrie 

Thebo, Cora E 

The Sandy Land Co 

The Bank of Brownsville.. 

The Unique B. & T. Co.. . . 
The Land Co. of Oregon. . . 
Thiel, Ernest & A. S.... 

Thiel, Frank 

Thiessen, Henry 



Thielcke, .Jacob F.. . 

Thomas, J. M 

Thomas, J. M 

Thomas, M. V 

Thomas, M. V 



Thomas, M . V 

Thomas, M. V 

Thomas, M. V 

Thomas, Nancy P.. 
Thomas, Nancy P.. 



Thomas, Anna 

Thomas, HalJie A . . . . 
Thomas, Roland R.. . 

Thomas, E. T. B 

Thomas, T. C 



Thomas, O. G. & Mary H. 

Thomas, Jane 

Thomas, Mary E 

Thomas, Minnie A 

Thomas, Lauren B 



Thomas, Mamie E.. 
Thomas, Mamie E.. 

Thomas, A. C 

Thomas, L. S 

Thomas, Elizabeth. 



Thomas, Thos. 
Thomas, Chas. 
Thomas, Chas. 
Thomas, C. P. 
Thomas, A. C, 



Thomas, Rhoda Mrs.. . 

Thomas, John 

Thoren, P. W 

Thoeny, Henry 

Thorpe, R. J 

Thorpe, C. R. & L. M.. 
Thorne, F. S. & D, J... 
Thome, F, S. & D. J... 

Thorne, Frank S 

Thornton, J. W 



Thornton, .John W. & K. C 

Thornton, John W 

Thompson, W. B 

Thompson, .Taf ob 

Thompson, Jacob 



Thompson, Wm 

Thompson, "Wm 

Thompson, Drusilla A 

Thompson, Nelb 

Thompson, F. M. & L 



Thompson, Chas 

Thompson, Geo. F 

Thompson, A. E. & Flora. 

Thompson, M. & M 

Thompson, Merlin A 



Thompson, W. A. & M. E. 

Thompson, L. B 

Thompson, F. E. .% I.. B.. 
Thompson, C. S. & G. I... 
rhomnson, C. S. & G. I.. . 



lores Ciltinted 



Ho, of 

Acrei 



35 



.61 



10 
65 
30 



.50 



15 

I .50 
10 

* 

16.50 

45 

3 

3 
35 
18 



4,50 

* 

25 
10 

16 
10 

1.18 
25 
50 

33 
30 

* 

5 SO 
15 

7 
70 

3 
30 



Per Acre 



.42 



5 
35 

2.86 

5 
30 
12 



.50 



4.50 
22 



28 
30 

25 



.10 



100.00 
200.00 



52.43 

196.72 
45.00 
40.00 
26.66 
40.00 

55.00 

60.00 

250.00 



150.00 
55.00 
65.00 
50.00 



50.00 



Acres UncitltiTated 



Ko. of 
Acres 



20.00 
36.00 
125.00 

38.88 
32.50 
32.50 



33.33 
30.00 
32.00 



3V. 33 

40.00 
43.35 
43.35 
42.85 
83.34 

109.00 
133.34 



45.00 
22.00 

50.00 
50.00 
60.00 
55.00 
50.00 

100.00 
50.00 



86.36 
33.23 

35 71 
75.00 
53 33 
55.00 



80.00 
40.00 

110.14 
150.00 
33.34 
50.00 



55.00 
55.00 
100.00 



130.00 
65.00 



300.00 
150.00 
200.00 

400.00 
50.90 
51 00 
50.00 



3 

None 
2.26 
2.35 
96.20 

None 
40.76 
92.35 
289 
9 



7. 

30 

1 

160 

160 



.70 



17 
21 
21 
57.50 

159.65 
23.87 

None 
55 
54.62 

62 
52 
24 
40 
60 

65 

None 
2 
40 
41.50 

30 
37 
37 

45 
7 

None 

None 

40 

24 

1.S0 

96.50 
32.50 

None 
7.50 
9; 

40.62 
37.40 
14.50 
4.50 
85 

63.60 
30 
37 
97.72 
160 

None 
34 
45 
23.91 
75 

None 
15.17 
50 
93.45 
15 

48.50 
None 
None 

26 
1.58 

18 
86.08 

None 
None 
4.25 

None 
42 
50 
34 
23 



Asflessment 
Per Acre 



General Pnipertj Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



00$ 



30 

100.00 
88.50 
12.77 
12.47 

40.00 
12.27 
10.83 
4.50 
10.00 

19.33 
20,00 
20.00 
15.00 
12.50 

90.00 
17.00 
30.00 
14.28 
12.17 
f« 
19.41 
29.32 
20.00 
9.09 
59.95 

11.29 
5.97 
6.04 
10.00 
60.00 

5.38 
5.98 
7 50 
7.50 
6.02 

10.00 
10.25 
10.25 
11.65 

28.57 

75.00 
76.67 

5.00 
12.08 

5.66 

20.00 
24.61 
60.00 
16.66 
19.39 

50.49 
19.78 
13.79 
50.00 
5.29 

5.97 
33.33 
25.67 
19.45 

5.00 

40.00 
30 00 
22.32 
20.9 
12.00 

40.20 
43.50 
11.00 
10.16 
33.34 

26.80 
25.00 
30.00 
20.00 
47.46 

15.00 
100.13 
125,00 

60 01/ 
100,00 

200,00 
15,00 
15 00 
12.50l 
12,61 



90 
100 
600 

30 
3,035 

120 

950 

3,600 

2,100 

115 

580 
1,200 

700 
2,400 
2,000 

240 
1,180 
1,865 
1,250 

700 

3,300 

700 

800 

1,400 

10,525 

1,400 
570 
275 
400 
360 

850 
45 
335 
300 
865 

2,100 

510 

510 

2,025 

1,700 

1,200 

600 

200 

1,415 

1,070 

2,720 
1,300 

75 
1,500 
4,400 

5,350 

2,240 

200 

700 

950 

630 
6.250 
I.IIO 

3,550 
800 

50 

1,020 

1,000 

900 

2,300 

315 
1,410 
1,550 
1,550 

500 

2,950 

1,375 

SO 

520 

660 

1,700 

8,620 

300 

ISO 

1,425 

40 

2,055 

2,280 

1,675 

290 



finildings & 
Personal 
Property 



425 

250 

250 
545 
590 
585 
165 

250 
300 
365 



100 
100 
210 



2,300 

100 
100 
765 

515 
480 



320 



150 
560 



600 
415 



100 
250 



235 
655 



310 
150 

570 

300 
450 

* 

190 
460 

265 

1,335 

180 

615 



665 



215 
100 



1,530 
665 
195 



500 
185 
2,205 
200 
185 

ISO 

* 

225 
150 
300 

300 



200 
335 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tai 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonld 
Have Been 



90 

100 

1,029 

30 
3,285 

370 
1,495 
4,190 
2,685 

280 

830 
1,500 
1,065 
2,400 
2,000 

340 
1,280 
2,075 
1,250 

700 

5,600 

700 

900 

1,500 

1 1 ,290 

1,915 

1,050 

275 

400 

680 

850 

45 

335 

300 

1,015 

2,660 

510 

510 

2,625 

2,115 

1,300 

8S0 

200 

1,650 

1,725 

2,720 
1,300 
385 
1.650 
4,970 

5,650 

2,690 

200 

890 

1,410 

895 
7,585 
1,290 
4,165 

800 

715 
1,020 
1,000 
1,115 
2.400 

315 
2,940 
2,215 
1,745 

500 

3,450 

1.560 

2,255 

720 

845 

1,850 

8.620 

525 

300 

1,725 

340 
2,055 
2,480 
2,010 

290 



650 



1,650 

345 

870 

2,490 

1,250 

180 

535 
700 
465 



160 
710 
875 
680 



2,225 



100 

770 

4,650 

1,010 
690 
105 



320 

420 

35 

250 



665 

1,910 

100 

100 

1,690 

1,400 

475 
505 



1,060 
820 

470 

255 

310 

1,110 

2,100 

1,935 

1,355 



390 

880 

475 
4,250 

265 
1,680 



700 



510 
1,080 

200 
2,060 
1,335 

690 



1,345 
935 

2,240 
200 
555 

1,250 



400 
240 
800 

320 
1,005 
1,280 
1,270 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Would 
Hare Been 



90$ 

100 

375 

30 

1,635 

25 

625 

1,700 

1,435 

100 

295 

800 

600 

2,400 

2,000 

100 
570 
1,200 
570 
700 

3,375 
700 
800 
730 

6,640 

905 
360 
170 
400 
360 

430 

10 

85 
300 
350 

750 
410 
410 
935 
715 

825 
345 
200 
590 
905 

2,250 

1,045 

75 

540 

2,870 

3,715 
1,335 

200 

500 

530 

420 
3,335 
1,025 

2,485 
800 

15 

1,020 

1,000 

60S 

1,320 

MS 

880 

880 

1,055 

500 

2,105 

625 

IS 

520 

290 

600 

8,620 

125 

60 

925 

20 
1,050 
1,200 

740 

290 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



1.62 
2.60 

18.44 
.45 

49.28 

9.25 

29.90 

104.75 

40.27 

8.40 

12.45 
22.50 
25.04 
48.00 
30.00 

8.67 
28.16 
58.10 
35.00 
13.30 

86.58 
21.00 
13.50 
26.25 
169.35 

44.05 
15.97 
4.19 
6.00 
10.36 

18.70 

.68 

5.10 

6.60 

22.34 

58.52 

10.20 

10.20 

52.5 

40.18 

24.70 
16.15 
4.40 
28.05 
31.59 

43.52 
20.80 
10.01 
26.40 
77.03 

100.57 
40.35 
3.00 
22.70 
22.00 

13.60 
113.77 
19.35 
74.47 
16.80 

12.23 
15.30 
15.00 
16.72 
62.40 

4.72 
44.10 
34.82 
26.17 

7.50 

51.75 
23.40 
33.82 
11.88 
16.06 

27.75 

155.16 

10.51 

6.90 

34.49 

9.02 
51.37 
62.00 
40.21 

5.80 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Wonid 

EaT« Been 



-86- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






lorea Ooltinttd 


iores UnoiiltiTatod 


Gentnl Proportjr issossmmts is 1910 


Sin{lt Tax 
Ixemptions 
igiotonld 
lava Been 


Single Tax 
Issescment 
1910Tonld 
Eaye Been 


ietnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 


Tax for 1910 

Under Sinrio 

Tax Tonld 

lare Been 


Kama of Tupayer 


Ho. of 
iorei 


iiatEmtnt 
Per ior« 


Xo.of 
icres 


isurameat 
ler ioro 


On Land 


BuildiigB i 
Personal 
Pr«p«rtj 


Total 
issesBment 




20 
52 
15 
20 
13 

* 
6 


$ 59.00 
60.00 
30.00 
55.00 
48.00 


15 

16.84 

65 

62,98 

27 

73.28 
74 

1.38 

109.60 

18.12 

3.33 
61.90 

2 

.05 
17. SO 

48 
80 
68 
60 
135 

130 

150.04 
1.50 

51 

18 

20 

36.90 

95 

34.14 

41.44 

156.52 

4 
20 

7 
86 

25 

128.3f 
92 
106. 4C 

38 

None 

40 

240 

20 

13.44 

33. 4C 
10 
17 
11. 4C 

None 

33. 8C 
9.2i 
89.4? 
76.62 
35. 2C 

None 

25 

60 

70 

105.52 

23 
132 

40 
25.94 

17. 4« 
12.50 
None 
28 
113 

SO 
160 

30 
160 

22 

40 
145 
40 

18 50 
46 

1.50 

74 
160 

27 
152.00 


$ 20.00 

17.81 

9.07 

24.61 

15.75 

9, 55 

8.10 

21.73 

18.24 

34.78 

40.54 
29.07 
30.00 


$ ' 1.480 
3,420 
1,050 
2,650 
1,050 

700 

800 

30 

5,250 

2,050 

375 

2,760 

3,560 

45 

300 

1,170 
1,600 
450 
1,750 
2,325 

3,100 
2,250 
2,670 
3,570 
1,760 

4,300 

985 

4,675 

3,700 

650 

500 
300 

575 
300 
480 

1,600 
4,280 
6,065 
2,870 
760 

200 
1,600 
1 800 
2,450 

790 

275 

1,285 

1.290 

225 

700 

1,175 
435 
9,600 
5,440 
3,400 

120 
2,450 
2,350 

800 
3,810 

1,000 
2,700 
1,800 
4,700 
1,235 

1,550 
725 
470 
940 

2,600 

4,100 

4,800 

520 

400 

205 

600 

2,000 

320 

395 

1,220 

20 

460 

1,600 

9.TO 


$ 75 

590 

50 

455 

595 

* 
185 
725 
600 
635 


$ 1,555 
4,010 
1,100 
3,105 
1,645 

700 

985 

755 

5,850 

2,685 

375 

2,760 

3,795 

45 

325 

1,605 
1,600 
500 
1,750 
2,325 

3,200 
2,250 
2,670 
4,630 
1,860 

6,570 
1,035 
5,375 
3,800 
650 

500 
375 
600 
325 
560 

1,975 
4,485 
6,215 
3,640 
760 

350 
1 600 
1,800 
2,795 
1,485 

275 
1,890 
1,880 

225 
2,080 

1 175 

435 

10.200 

5,440 

3,400 

470 
3,030 
2,500 

925 
4,010 

1,230 
2,800 
2,000 
5,240 
2.250 

1,550 
725 
470 
990 

2,700 

4,800 

4,800 

870 

400 

255 

600 

2,200 

320 

580 

1,320 

235 
SIO 
1,600 
545 
0.^0 


$ 855 

2,785 

360 

1,060 

1,015 


$ 700 

1,225 

740 

2,045 

630 

700 

650 

30 

2,910 

1,290 

255 

2,145 

1,200 

40 

275 

930 
1,600 

320 
1.135 
1,415 

2,315 
2,250 

990 
2,020 

800 

1,600 

925 

2.400 

3,700 

650 

500 
160 
375 
200 
420 

600 
3,140 
3,140 
1,970 

760 

200 
1,600 
1,800 
1,500 

580 

275 
340 
450 
225 
410 

720 

210 

3,075 

1,635 

1,210 

30 
800 

1,250 
575 

1,695 

6P0 

1,695 

050 

2,750 
710 

810 
600 
120 
400 
2,000 

3.200 

4,800 

265 

400 

150 

600 
1,600 
320 
350 
660 

20 

400 

1,600 

ISO 

fLtn 


$ 26.44 
62.55 
27.50 
46.57 
27.97 

14.00 
19.69 
II. .33 

87.75 
45.64 

7.13 

41.40 

96.77 

.81 

5.85 

28.88 
46.40 
11.00 
28.00 
46.51 

48.00 
33.75 
40.05 
69.45 
29.76 

52.25 

17.08 

108.75 

' 68,40 

11.05 

10.00 
10.51 
13.20 
9.09 
13.16 

30.92 
112.13 
93.22 
54.60 
11.40 

11.37 
33.60 
,?«,0^ 
52.00 
44,54 

6.04 
41 60 
41 .36 

3.59 
41.60 

17 62 

6 53 

153.00 

81 ,60 

SI ,00 

7.05 

66.66 

55.00 

17.49 

120.30 

20.29 
43.40 
40,00 
146,72 
37.67 

25.57 
14,, SO 
7,05 
14,85 
40,50 

72,00 

72.00 

17 40 

6,00 

3.82 

9.90 
35.75 
5.12 
8.69 
19.80 

3,53 
11,98 
33.60 
12.81 


$ 19.79 


Thim, Henry W 


30 84 


Thunn, J. A 

Thyker, A. & H 


25.26 
47 40 


Tice,W.A. &Alex 

Tietz, Johann J. A 


17.24 
20 82 


Tietz Minnie 


33.33 


335 

725 

2,940 

1,395 

120 

615 

2,595 

5 

50 

675 


19 99 




70 


Tiedeman, Chas. 

Tiedeman JO .... 


50 
19 

3 

12 
38 

* 

1 

10 

12 
20 
25 

20 

* 

48 
50 
22 

60 

2 

65 


65.00 
74.73 

80.00 
80.00 
92.10 


67.45 
33 77 




7.29 






49.72 


Timmer, Herman M 


235 

* 

25 

435 

* 

50 


45.18 
1.14 


Timmerman, Fritz 

Tinnerstet & Anderson. . . . 


40.00 
40 00 


14.85 

16.04 
20.00 

3.97 
14.17 

8.85 

15.46 
15.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 

20.00 
23.71 
15.00 
108.37 
15.69 

3.14 
20.00 
IS.OO 
20. OC 

4.65 

12. OC 
20.25 
20.00 
15.05 
20.00 

384. <(C 

40. OC 

7.5C 

37. 5C 

29. 7< 

8.23 
8.5C 
10. OC 
19. SC 
199.2? 

14.7? 
14.55 
13. 4C 
10.44 
14. 2C 

10. OC 
10. OC 
12. SC 
7.14 
9.95 

17.3? 

10.61 

100. OC 

27. 5C 
17.33 

20.04 
40.00 
15.00 
10. 00 
15.04 

40.00 

30 

6.66 

2.50 

5.91 

15.00 
10.00 
8.10 
18.10 
10.00 

13.33 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5,06 


7.78 

26.33 
61.71 


Title Trust Co 


15.00 
45.00 
45.00 

55.00 


ISO 
615 
910 

885 


9.88 


Todd Rachael 


28.32 


Todd Rachael 




48.39 


Todd Blanche 


100 

* 


53.66 




52.19 


Todd AP 


55.00 
51.00 
63.63 

65. OO 
55.00 
50.00 


1.680 
2,610 
1,060 

4,970 

no 

2,975 
100 


22.95 


Todd A. P 


1,060 
100 

2,270 

50 

700 

100 

* 

75 
25 
25 
80 

395 
200 
ISO 
770 

* 

ISO 

* 

* 
345 
695 

* 
605 
590 

* 

1,380 


46.82 


Toedemeier, L. (Heirs) .... 

Toedemeier, Henry 

Tolls, Leveritt J 

Toliver I M 


20.24 

40.50 
23.27 
86.86 




119.07 




* 

* 
4 
5 
3 
4 

25 
27 
65 

25 

* 

.,52 

* 

* 

20 

6 

* 
30 

28 

2.0< 

15 

5 

140 

80 

50 

2.8( 
40 
40 
10 
65 

12 

28 

8.5C 
60 
15 

23 

2. SO 

8 
12 
20 

30 

* 

10 

* 

3 

* 

IS 

* 

20 




17.12 








14.28 


Tong, Marion & A. E 

Tonge, Fletcher & L.M.. . 
Tonge, Fletcher & L. M.. . 


55. OC 
55. OC 
53.3.3 
20. OC 

S2.0C 
62. 4C 
65. OC 
SO.OC 


215 
225 
125 
140 

1,395 
1.345 
3,075 
1,670 


7.50 
14.38 

9.38 
14.20 


Tooze Myrtle 


14.49 


Tooze' Chaij T 


118.01 




72.79 


Tooze, F. F 


45.66 
17.62 




384. 6C 


150 


13.17 




55 . 94 








51.39 


Townsend, Francis M 

Tracy, J. C 


85. OC 
65. 0( 


1,295 
905 


47.63 

38.57 

10.88 


Tracy! N M 


40. OC 
40. OC 


1,550 
1,430 


13.46 


Tracy, J. H 


17.81 




S.6I 


Tracy, J. M 


339. 8C 

45. OC 
60. OC 
60. OC 
58. OC 
58. OC 

42. 8( 
55. OC 
40. OC 
30. OC 
42. 4« 

SO.OC 
46.43 
200. OC 
60. OC 
55. OC 

52.08 
90.00 

58.75 
55.00 
45.00 

70.00 


1,670 

455 

225 

7,125 

3,805 

2,190 

440 
2,230 
1,250 

350 
2315 

620 
1,105 
1,050 
2,490 
1,540 

740 
125 
350 
590 
700 

1,600 


12.10 




16.69 






4.87 


Tracy Jas. M 


600 


71.28 


Tracy, J. M 


37 90 




28.05 




350 
580 
150 
125 
200 

230 
100 
200 
540 
1,015 


.70 


Trapp, Heno' D 

Traxler. J. M 

Trafton A 


31 .67 
^7.92 
16.68 


Trachsel John 


103.87 


Trallerud, 0. 1 

Traymane, A. E 

Trevett, K. L 


15.48 
40.93 
28.04 




128.93 




18.63 


Troyer, Peter & E 


21 26 




19 OS 






2.78 




50 
100 

700 

* 

350 

* 

SO 

200 

* 

185 
100 

. 215 
50 

* 

350 


9,27 


Trotski Chas 


46,36 




74,18 




111.26 


Tnibel XJlrich 


32.00 


460 


8.15 




9.27 




25.00 


105 


3.48 


Trullinger, E. L 

Tnillinger E L 


15.47 


36.66 


600 

230 

660 

215 

no 


40.16 


Triillinffer E L 


7.82 


Trullinger, E L 


60.00 
38.00 


8.11 


Trullinger, Emma Watt... . 
Trullinger Emma Watt 


15.30 
.46 


Trulhnger' L. B. & A. M.. . 

Trullinger, J. B 

Trullineer J B 


6 

3 

8 


15.00 


13.51 
47.47 


20.00 
20 00 


395 
•70 


5.06 


Tnillinger, J. B 


'^-J 7- 



—87— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taxpajer 



icres GuItiTated 



So. of 
Acres 



Aores Uncultivated 



Ho. of 
Acres 



Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonld 
EaTi Been 



Single Tax 



1910 ¥onld 
Have Been 



Actual Tai 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Wonld 

Hare Been 



Trullinger, I. V., .. 
Trullinger, ATilton. 
Trullinger, Milton. 
Trullinger, Milton. 
Trullinger, Milton. 

Trullinger, D.N... 
Trullinger, D. N... 
Trullinger, D. N... 
Trullinger, D. L... 
Trullinger, D. L... 



Trullinger, D. L 

Trullinger, D. L 

Trullinger, D. L 

Trullinger, D. L 

Trullinger, D. L 



Trullinger, D. L 

Trullinger, E. L 

Trullinger, Mau<le L 

Trullinger, Erikke 

Trullinger, E. (Trustee). 



Trygg, Erick 

Tschudy, H 

Tachopp, Henry. 

Tscharner, B 

Tscharner, B 



Tuality L No. 6 A F & AM 
Tuality L. No. 6 AF & AM 

Tubbs, Jas. L 

Tubb<i, J. L. & Alice.... 
Tucker, Wm. W 



Tucker, Branch 

Tucholke, Emil 

Tucholke. A. & L. M 

Tull, W. B 

Turel, St!(nley 



Turner, I. M 

Turner, J. H 

Turner, Herbert T 

Turner, Herbert (Trustee) 
Turner, Smith 



Turner, Chas. E.. 

Turner, T. L 

Turner, John M.. 

Turner, J. M 

Turner, J. M 



Turner, Catherine 

Turner, Albert F 

Turner, Geo. W 

Turner, M. F 

Turney, David (Heirs) 



Udell, Cora M 

Udell, Jos. L. & Minnie . 

Uhlig, Oscar 

Ulrich, Wm. A 

Ulrich, Wm. C 



Ulricl), H.C. &E. W.... 

Umiker, John 

Underwood, .1. E 

Unger, L. C 

Union Lumber Co. Ltd . 

Union Lumber Co. Ltd... 
Union Lumber CIo. Ltd. . 
Union Lumber Co. Ltd. . 
Union Lumber Co. Ltd . 
Union Lumber Co. Ltd. . 

Union Lumber Co. Ltd. . 
Union Lumber Co. Ltd. . 
Union Lumber (^o. Ltd. . 

Unteinaheer, J 

Updegrave, A 



Upton, J. A 

U'Flen, F. J 

U'Ren, Mary B. & W. l! 
U'Ren, Mary B. & W. U 
U'Ren, J.F 



Urfer, C. L. & H. H. 
Urter, C. L. & H. H,, 

Urfer, C. L 

Usher, S. L 

Usher, S. L 



Vafler, I'Vank C 
Vacrel t J, J.iiisi . . 
VaCT.'tfi, Piclrn. 
VallcQ, .Mary L. 
Vnllpn, M-tr'v K. 



M 
6 

.1 
20 

a 

I 50 
14 

5 23 
.50 

20 
23 

39.93 
4 
1.79 



30.00 



40.00 



39 

7 

40 

40 

90 

2 

25 

7 



77 
20 



7 
10 

27 

27 
50 
25 

7 



20 



39.39 



35.00 



40.00 



60.00 



38.24 
40.00 

15.00 

90.00 

55.91 

600.00 



593.86 
120.00 



45.00 
40.00 

40.50 
300.00 
279.32 



15.00 



65.00 
65.00 
65.00 

65.00 
65.00 
60.00 
60.00 
60.00 



70.00 
60.00 



100.00 
50.00 



50.00 
65.00 
60.00 

65.00 
55.00 
40.00 
14.28 



20.00 
25.00 



75 00 
i 00^00, 



55.00 
54.44 



50.00 
50.0 

I2S.00 

35 on 

30.00 
20.00 
go 00 



160 
150.20 

96.60 

10 
162.19 

26.66 

54.33 

.88 

208.33 

120 

52.23 

28 

40 

40 

II 

I 

9 
40 
86 
114 

37 
10 

47 
None 
None 

None 

None 

120 

SO 

33.25 

None 

None 

None 

40.60 

154 

45 
20.33 

1 
34.25 

None 

None 

147.76 

3.09 

53.50 

6 

49.57 

65 

83.50 

45 

18.28 

77.50 

1.75 

28.09 

None 
23 

13 
50 
IS 
33 

320 

160 
320 
160 
600 

480 

200 

325 . 88 
160 
155 

73 

I 

30 

37.77 

2.23 

125.80 

30 

24.91 
10 
9 
40 

2 
125 
52.50 
59 
74 



00$ 



10 

7.98 

10.35 

100.00 

9.55 

12.00 
11.96 

22.72 
8.88 
11.67 

11.49 
8.93 
9.00 
9.00 
9.09 

10.00 
17.77 
12.00 
13.95 
11.92 

4.20 

50.00 

17.02 

400.00 



300.00 

60.00 

5.00 

12.00 

9.93 

10.00 
100.00 
100.00 

7.85 
3 24 

10.00 
14.75 
20.00 
19.85 
15.00 

15.00 
18.53 
25.65 
20.56 
21.66 

29.70 
30.00 
19.16 
20.00 
39.38 

6.46 
17.14 
17.80 
30.00 
20.00 

23,07 
20 
13.33 
4.54 
16.72 

20.00 
18.75 
20.00 
14.00 
20.00 

12.00 
16 
9.69 

5 16 

5. 55 

30 00 

7. SO 
52 95 
62 78 
15.89 

26.66 

26 

27 00 
16.66 
17.50 

50.00 

6 00 
7.61 
5.00 
.5 00 



1,600 
1,950 
1,000 
1,000 

2,550 

320 

1,950 

20 

2,025 

1,400 

1,400 
250 
360 
360 
100 

10 

520 

480 

2,500 

1,600 

200 

2,300 

2,645 

900 

125 

3,100 

60 

600 

6,000 

1,250 

1,600 

1,200 

500 

320 

590 

450 

300 

2,555 

1,135 

2,600 

2,600 
8,590 

190 
2,600 

550 

1,485 
7,340 
2,80C 
900 
1,72C 

5 75 

if 

85C 

650 

2,080 

2,05,= 
3,750 
l,20C 
25C 
5,3.SC 

3,20r 
6,00( 
3,20( 
8,40{ 
9,60C 

2,40( 

S,50( 

I.S5( 

90C 

60( 

ISC 
l,5C 

4,oor 

I4€ 
2,00C 

3,55C 
2.4S( 
27f 
2,150 
1.200 

47S 
1,625 
800 
695 
470 



200 



150 



75 

* 

1,100 

* 

400 



330 
395 
290 
4S0 

900 



4,120 
47S 

495 
375 



140 



55 
710 



315 

150 
,470 
335 
150 
215 



1,840 
340 



320 
175 
360 



400 

SSO 
740 
31 
25 



SO 



345 



300 
75 



470 
100 
SO 
SO 



1,600 
2,150 
1,000 
1,000 
2,700 

320 

2,025 

20 

3,125 

1,400 

1,800 
250 
360 
360 
100 

10 

S20 

480 

2,500 

1,600 

200 
2,630 
3,040 
1,190 

575 

4,000 

60 

600 

10,120 

1,725 

2,095 

1,575 

500 

320 

730 

450 

355 

3,265 

1,135 

2,915 

2,750 
10,060 

525 
2,750 

765 

1,485 
9,180 
3,140 
900 
1,920 

895 
205 

1,210 
650 

2,480 

2,605 
4,490 
1,515 
275 
5,350 



2,22S 
l,2C0 

475 
2,095 
900 
745 
520 



750 
'830 



980 
1,236 



970 



255 



825 
170 

35 

1,130 

1,680 

590 

450 

2,435 
30 



8,080 
I,I6S 

1,695 

1,175 

320 



210 



5S 

2,465 

3IS 

2,315 

2,150 

5,655 

410 

1,135 

48S 



4,920 
1,160 



800 

380 
175 
585 
350 
1,480 

1,685 

2,490 

980 

95 



3?00 




6 000 




3,200 
8 400 




9,600 




2 400 




S„500 




1 550 




950 
600 

525 
ISO 


125 

155 

435 


4,000 
140 


940 


2,000 




3,850 

2,450 

270 


1,720 
940 



1,410 
325 

225 

1,195 

350 

350 

125 



1,600 
1,400 
1,000 
1,000 
1,870 

320 

1,045 

20 

1,895 

1,400 

830 
250 
360 
360 
100 

10 

265 

480 

1,675 

1,430 

165 

1,500 

1,360 

600 

125 

l,S6S 
30 

600 
2,040 

560 

400 
400 
180 
320 
520 

450 
300 
800 
820 
600 

600 
4,405 

lis 

1,615 
280 

1,485 
4,260 
1,980 
900 
1,120 

515 

30 

625 

300 

1,000 

920 

2,000 

535 

180 

5,350 

3,200 
6,000 
3.200 
8,400 
9,600 

2,400 

5,500 

1,550 

825 

445 

90 
ISO 

3,060 
140 

2,000 

2,130 

1,510 

270 

815 

875 

250 
900 
550 
395 
3951 



33.60$ 

32.25 

21.00 

20.00 

56.70 

5.12 

32.41 

.40 

50.00 

22.40 

28.80 
3.75 
5.76 
S.76 
1.60 

.16 

7.80 

7.68 

40.00 

24.00 

4.60 
67.07 
51.68 
31.53 
15.23 

106.00 
1.38 

14.10 
205 . 82 

37.96 

46.08 
37.01 
11.75 
5.76 
16.06 

11.25 
5.86 
52.25 
18.17 
43.72 

41.25 

150.90 

7.85 

41.25 

11.47 

22.27 
137.70 
47.10 
14.85 
34.56 

22.38 
3.38 

18.15 
9.75 

42.16 

39.08 
125.72 

22.73 

4.95 

112.35 

64.00 
120.00 

72.00 
168 00 
192.00 

60.00 
137.50 
38.75 
15.77 
15.00 

13.34 

2.25 
72.00 

2.52 
35.00 

69.30 
4.1.10 
4.81 
35.6 
19. 2C 

9.8; 

31.85 
13. SC 
13.40 
9.. 36 



7.73 
21.13 
12.83 
10.95 
13.49 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taipajer 



lores OultiTated 



Dq.of 
iores 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



Acres TTnoultiTated 



Ho. of 
Aores 



AeseBsment 
Per Acre 



General Property AEsessments in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tai 
Exemptions 
1910 Wonld 
HaTt Been 



Single Tai 



1910 Wonld 
Havo Been 



Aotual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax tor 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Vonid 

lave Been 



Van Curen, Freda 

Van Duyn, Chas. & Frank 

Van Dongo, Martin 

Van Hoy, Oliver A 

Van Hoy, Oliver A 

Vanderhoof, John & Nick. 

Van Allen, Eleanor 

Van Fleet, Elmer E 

Vandemeer, Elsie 

Vandemeer, Elsie 

Van Houten, J. P 

Vaughan, S.J. & W. O... 

Van Schoiack, M. L 

Vauschoonhoven, O 

Van Metre, Wm. & Maria. 

Vaughan, S. J 

Vaughan, S. J 

Vaughan, Susan M 

Vaughan, W. O. (et al) . . . 
Vaughan, W. O 



Vaughan, W. O.. . 
Vaughan, W. O, . . 
Vaughan, W. O.. . 
Vaughan, W. O.. . 
Vaughan, John C. 



Vaughan, H. L 

Vaughan, Hardee L 

Vaughan, Frank W . . . 
Vaughan, J. S. (Heirs). 
Vaughan, Isom C 



Vedder, Brenton 

Veele, Ole L. & Emma C. 

Veith, Paul 

Verding, Olaf 

Vester, Axel 



Vetek, Frank.... 

Vetsch, Peter 

Vetach, Peter 

Vetsch, M. & E.. 
Vetsch, Andrew. 



Vetaeh, Andreas. 
Veteto, Elmer F. 
Vick, JohnH.... 

Vick, JohnH 

Viereck, Fred'k.. 



Vierhus. Louis & C. E. . 
Vieshus, Louis C. & E.. . 
Vigles, John C. & A. C. 
Vilgles, John C. & A. C. 
Vincent, Wm 



Vincent, L. & Ita. 

Vinson, L. T 

Vinson, J. E 

Vinney, John 

Vinzant, Phoebe . , 



Voertman, Frank A . 



Voght, Mary . . 
Vogt, ,Tohn M.. 
Vons, Fred. 



Vollman, Fred. 



Vollman, Fred 

Volknmn, E. F 

Volheye, Emma E 

Vonderhea, C. W 

Vonderhea, C. F. (Heirs) . 



Von Helms, H 

Von, Newman, Max . . 
Von Puttkamer Geo. . 

Vorpahl, Lizzie 

Vorpahl, Wm 



Vorbeis, Virginia. 

Vorheis, Perry 

Vorheis, Perry 

Voss, Henry 

Voss, Henry 



Voss, Henry 

Voss, C. F. E 

Voss, Jos. A 

Voss, Jos. A 

Vosberg, Edward F.. 



Vosberg, J. L 

Vosburg, Oba.s. R.... 
Wachtman, John F.. 

Wachtman, John 

Wachtman. John — 



25 



.50 



14 



80 
30 



28 
20 



I. SO 



35 

* 

15 
3 

5 
65 

8 

1.30 
80 

13 
3.14 
35 
115 



3.70 
3.48 



20 



10 



SO 



SS 
IS 



.45 



80 

10 

* 

4 

2 

53 



35 



32 

2 



22 
35 
SO 



33.33 



100.00 
400.00 

25.00 
ItiO.OO 

40.00 
200.00 
200.00 



50.00 



10.00 
45.00 



50.00 
45.00 



45.00 
45.00 
50.00 
15.00 



50.00 



42.34 
200.00 

25.00 
60.00 
40.00 
65.38 
60.00 

60.00 
79.62 
50 00 
50 30 



52.25 



175.67 
172.41 



50.00 



50.00 



60.00 



53.00 



29 09 
40.00 



222.22 



S>j.00 
25.00 



55.00 
57.50 
54.71 



15.00 



50.00 



20.00 



50.00 
50.00 



55 00 
52 00 
55 00 



82 
80 
None 
9.30 

None 

74 
20 
None 
22.04 
20 

40.00 

22.35 

8 

240 

21 

60 
120.71 
165.69 
120 

40 

80 
40 
40 
61 
19.09 

74 

47 

12 
None 
132.15 

3.10 
83 
80 
25 

7 

35 

13.70 

70 

None 
None 

142.89 
None 
35 

196.38 
116.14 

28 
12.30 

None 
None 
160 



20 
20 
91, 
7 
10 



54 



52.53 
70 
10 
105.50 
41.66 

27.04 

34.93 

None 

15.50 

130.52 

70 
4 

7 
2 

57 

40 

70 

40 

69.75 

80 

118 

40 

109.68 

1.57 

280 

95.90 
40 
18 
10 

8.68 



9.75 
10.00 



43.10 
60.00 

4.05 

so.no 

12.00 
99.95 
100.00 

9.50 
11.63 
28.12 

7.50 
19.04 

5.00 

3.15 

11.90 

20.00 

20.00 

15.00 
20.00 
20.00 
14.75 
12.10 

4.73 
11.90 
12.50 
30.00 

2.27 

96.77 
18.71 
10.00 
15.00 
100.00 

8.57 
18.24 
16. S7 
15.00 
15.00 

20.99 
30.25 
15.00 
14.97 
89.98 

20.00 
24.39 
150.00 
68.96 
8.00 

11.25 
20.00 
19.88 
200.00 
17.50 

3.80 

22.14 

40.00 

8.05 

9.96 

8.50 
30.06 
111.11 
25.80 
36.81 

5.00 
20.00 
30.00 
25.00 
25.00 

5.00 
4 00 
4 50 
15.00 
4.00 

3.39 

7.50 

21.64 

15.90 

11.00 

20.83 
12.00 
27 50 
20.00 
26.40 



1,0001 
800 
150 

2,900 
200 

450 
2,600 

400 
4,600 
7,000 

380 

260 

225 

1,800 

1,100 

300 

580 

5,580 

2,400 

800 

1,200 

800 

800 

4,900 

1,580 

350 

1,820 

1,050 

100 

375 

300 
3,310 

800 
1,010 
1,300 

425 

4,150 

1,480 

85 

4,800 

3,780 
250 
2,275 
8,690 
10,450 

2,650 
300 
650 
600 

1,280 

1,225 

400 

2,570 

1,400 

775 

200 
4,200 

400 
2,450 
1.015 

225 

1,050 

100 

400 

7.500 

600 

80 

430 

165 

4,325 

200 
430 
180 
2,800 
320 

440 
300 

3,980 
125 

3,080 

2.000 
480 
1,705 
2,020 
2.980 



175 
300 
300 

SO 
200 
100 
150 
100 



80 



SO 
740 



1,495 
630 



780 



355 



240 
205 



495 



25 
1,435 



285 



55 
240 
,265 
350 



825 
100 



200 



355 
SO 
50 

300 



ISO 



365 

385 



200 
350 

225 

ISO 
195 
200 

500 
540 

50 

ISO 
295 



300 
I,. 50.=; 



1,000$ 
800. 
325 

3,200 
500 

500 
2,800 

500 
4,750 
7,100 



380 

260 

225 

1,800 

1,180 



300 

630 

6,320 

2,400 

800 

1,200 

800 

800 

6,395 

2,210 

350 

2,600 

1,050 

100 

730 

540 
3,515 

800 
1,505 
1,300 

450 
5,585 
1,480 

370 
4,800 

3,835 
490 
3,540 
9,040 
10,450 

3,475 
400 
650 
800 

1,280 

1,580 
450 
2,620 
1.400 
1,075 

200 
4,350 

400 
2,815 
1,400 

225 

1,050 

300 

400 

7,850 

825 

80 

580 

360 

4,525 

200 
930 

180 

3,340 

320 

490 
300 

4.130 
420 

3,080 

2 00C 

4S0 

1,705 

2,320 

4.48.'; 



140$ 



175 

1,720 

470 

175 
1,300 

380 
1,345 
2,600 



515 



185 
3,390 



4,315 
1,620 



1,710 

650 

55 

420 

240 
2,300 



905 
300 

no 

4,150 
190 
350 

3,600 

565 

395 

2,490 

4,380 



2,115 

100 

95 

240 



1,130 

50 

500 



725 



,695 



1,520 
835 



250 



2,205 
425 



25u 

260 

1,780 



610 
1,765 



85 



1,055 
36S 



605 
1,420 
2.9,W 



860 


$ 15.00S 


800 


12.00 


15(1 


10.57 


1,480 


48.00 


30 


16.25 


325 


7.50 


l,.5O0 


67.20 


I2( 


7.49 


3,405 


95.00 


4,500 


119.28 


380 


5.78 


260 


5.20 


225 


3.82 


I,80<1 


36.00 


665 


17.70 


300 


6 00 


445 


12.60 


2,93C 


132.72 


2,400 


38.40 


800 


12.80 


1,200 


18.00 


80fl 


12.80 


800 


12.80 


2,08(1 


133.69 


590 


46.41 


350 


6.37 


890 


54.60 


4O0 


22.05 


45 


1.50 


310 


15.50 


300 


10.80 


1,215 


52.72 


8O0 


17.60 


6O0 


25.59 


1,000 


19.50 


340 


6.75 


1,435 


94.95 


l,29C 


25.16 


2C 


6.28 


1,200 


81.60 


3,270 


65.19 


95 


7.35 


1,050 


74.34 


4,660 


159. OO 


10,450 


315.42 


1,360 


48.53 


30C 


6.O0 


555 


9.75 


560 


12. OO 


1,280 


25.60 


450 


26.86 


4O0 


6.75 


2,120 


39.30 


1,400 


33.60 


350 


18.27 


200 


4.30 


2,655 


65.25 


4O0 


8.00 


1,295 


49.26 


565 


24.51 


225 


3.94 


I.OSO 


21.00 


50 


10.95 


4O0 


7.06 


5,645 


117.75 


400 


12.38 


80 


2.40 


330 


8.70 


lOO 


9.37 


2,745 


88.81 


200 


4.40 


320 


20.46 


180 


3.96 


1,575 


50. 10 


320 


8.00 


405 


12.25 


30C 


7.50 


3,075 


61.95 


55 


6.30 


3,080 


67.76 


2,000 


52.00 


480 


9 96 


1,100 


28.13 


90( 


38.28 


1,555 


73.99 



—89- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name (^ Taxpayer 



Acres CtdtiTated 



Ho. of 

iorei 



issessmeat 
Pericra 



lores HacnltiTated 



Ko, of Assessment 
Acres Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Propert y 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonld 
Ian Been 



Single Tax 
Auessment 
1910 Would 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

ITndor Single 

Tax TouLd 

Han Bees 



Wade, Anna F. (Trustee) . 

Wade, H. C 

Wade, Ben 

Wade, H. C. & Louise J. . 
Wade, W. N 



Wade, "W. H. H 

Waddock, F. A. & Rosa M, 

Wadsworth, I. C 

Waespe, F. & R 

Wagner, Fred 



Wagner, Johanna & L.. 

Wagner, F. M 

Wagner, C. F 

Wager, Phoebe 

Wagley , John 



Waggoner, P. M 

Waggoner, Chas 

Wahlers, Heinrich... . 
Wahlgren, Gus. & C. 
Wait, Wilhelmina 



Wait, C. N 

Wait, C. N 

Wait, C.N 

Waite, Ellen M.. 
Wall, Joseph A.. 



Wall, Joseph 

Walsh, John & Mary A. . 

Walsh, Richard 

Walsh, Richard 

Walsh, Ellen 



70 

* 

4.57 
25 
20 

45 

23.50 

35 

* 

40 

50 

2 
20 

1.50 
10 

29 
61 

* 

1 

5 

5 
I 

* 

5.07 
30 



Walsh, Fred & Anna 

Walsh, Leonard F 

Walsh, Geo 

"Walker, Mary A 

Walker, Jesse M. & M. M. 



Walker, Adam 

Walker, Eleanor F. . 

Walker, J. H 

Walker, Carrie A 

Walker, G. E 



20 
9.50 
6 



Walker, E. L 

Walker, Andrew J 

Wallace, A. J. & F 

Wallace, R. P. & R. M.. 
Wallace, John T 



Wallace, Jaa. & M.. 
Wallace, Lillie M... 

Wallace, H. W 

WaUace, E. F 

Wallace. T.E 



2 

6 
10 
50 
20 

19.50 
5 
10 

2 



Wallace, Gottfried 

Wallace, J. J 

Waldron, M. A 

Waldr6n, G. W. & A. M. 
Waldron, Henrietta G.... 



Walters, Chas 

Walter, Wm 

Walter, Geo. E 

Walgren, John A. & H. J. 
Walling, Albert 



70 
18 
15 
10 



Walling, Albert. . 
Walling, A. L.... 

Wallens, Wm 

Walczak, John... 
Waldorf, Walter. 



30 



Waldo, J. F. &E 

Walton, Maurice 

Walton, Maurice 

Walckowsky, Joe 

Walgamot, F. H 



Wallenbrock. Robt 

Walden, N. O. (Trustee) . 

Walden, N. O 

Wamblade, P. G 

Waui^, Caroline 



Wanker, John. . , 
Wanker, .John . . . 
Wanker, F. W... 
Wanamacher, A.. 
Ward, Mary L... 



10 
II 
40 
10 



Ward, W. T. & S. J.. 

Ward, D. W 

Ward. G. A. & M... . 

Ward, G. A 

W.grd, George 



60 



90.00 
75.00 
15.00 



65.00 



71.12 
35.00 
40.00 

65.00 
70.00 
70.00 



60.00 

40.00 
105.00 

35.00 
ISO 00 

65.00 

60.00 
60.00 



350.00 
18.00 



18.00 
60.00 



295.81 
166.66 



51.00 

55 00 

550.00 



37.50 
60.00 



300.00 
300.00 

45.00 
550.00 
40.00 
45.00 
55.00 

115.89 
70.00 

120.00 
20.00 



28.55 
30 00 
40.00 
100.00 



46.67 



60 00 
45.00 
42.50 



17 


82.35 


* 




* 




34.73 


60.00 


t 




* 





238.00 
210.52 

60 00 
60.00 
60.00 
90.00 



.38.32 
106.25 
300.00 
214 30 



None 
36.10 
77 

.34 
47.40 

35 
10 

None 
55 
25.92 

235 . 24 
76.50 
73.21 
51.50 
40 

30 

None 
140 

None 
None 

None 
None 

27.85 
None 

75 

75 
19 

8.45 

None 
8.75 

20 
18.82 
I 

None 
50 

28 
1.50 
2 
1 

72 

3 

None 

30 

30 

155 

5.50 

13.17 

24.30 

78 

160 

95.70 

22 
112.53 
2.60 
160 

40 

6 

120 

10 
160 

160 
12 

None 
78,89 
1.02 

13 

80 

210 

10 

None 

10 

2.70 
14 

None 
None 

' 9.55 
10.60 
21.61 

None 
40 

14.40 
None 
I 
15.46 

None 



60.00 

27.42 

4.02 

147.34 

11.07 

20.00 
30.00 
20.00 
7.27 
15.43 

30.00 
30.00 
30.00 

29 71 
20.00 

10.00 

60 00 

6 42 

120.00 

20.00 

30 00 
20.00 
24.77 

200.00 
4.67 

4.67 

18.95 

92.30 

130.17 

80.00 

15.00 

19.13 

20 00 

350.00 

7.50 

10.00 

26.65 

150.00 

200.00 

277.77 

10.00 
350.00 
13.33 
15.00 
19.35 

60.00 
34.17 
61.3 

5.12 
22.50 

7.84 
10.00 
15 II 
38.46 

8.00 

15.00 
12.50 
5.00 
15.00 
10.00 

12.50 
20.00 
10.00 
14.89 
49.01 

23.07 
10.00 
9.52 
27.00 
20.00 

20.00 
50.00 
50.00 
157.00 
90.00 

30.36 
33 IS 
39.33 
40.00 
15.00 

20.83 
29.88 
.SO. 00 
29.10 
71.00 



900 

4,000 

355 

50 

525 

5,250 

300 

325 

1,275 

1,200 

9,975 
3,940 
4,645 
1,545 
3,200 

2,300 
210 

1.600 
225 
6.S0 

1.740 

3.660 

690 

350 

440 

440 

420 

780 

1,500 

5,700 

300 
1,380 

540 
3,300 

375 

730 
1.000 

300 
2.900 
1,400 

120 
3,300 

800 
2.700 



1.100 
1.280 

600 
75 

600 
1,550 
1,600 

2,000 
1,320 

45 
1,345 

50 

1,700 
800 

2,000 
270 

2,070 

200 
135 
700 
150 
120 

890 

1,010 

3,250 

900 

600 

300 
1,000 

475 
1,950 

75 



385 
35 



1,100 

365 
150 
50 

340 
285 
680 

* 

250 

595 
180 
200 



170 



20 

220 
200 

50 

I. SO 

820 

1,350 



20 



800 
20 

100 

1,350 

75 

630 



2,590 

800 

2,700 


175 
100 


440 
3.600 


125 


2,750 

760 

2„W0 


420 
370 



545 
50 



680 
250 
400 
100 

100 



100 



400 
830 

460 
200 
795 

285 



25 
365 
125 



900 

4,385 

390 

50 

525 

6,350 
300 
690 

1,425 
1,250 

10,315 
4,225 
S,32S 
1,545 
3,450 

2,895 
390 

1,800 
225 
650 

1,910 

3,660 

690 

350 

440 

440 

440 

780 

1,720 

5,900 

350 
1,530 
1,360 
4,650 

375 

750 
1,000 

300 
3,700 
1.420 

220 
4,650 

875 
3,330 
4,000 

2,765 
900 

2,700 
565 

3,600 

3,170 
1,130 
2,300 
1,645 
1,330 

600 

125 

600 

1,650 

1,600 

2,000 
2,000 

295 
1,745 

150 

1,800 
800 

2,000 
270 

2,170 

200 
135 
700 
550 
950 

1,350 
1,210 
4,045 
1.185 
600 

300 
1,000 

500 
2,3. _ 

200l 



300 

2,300 

70 



4,250 



600 

845 
540 

1,910 
1,225 
2,080 



1,850 

2,095 

270 

770 

45 

450 

1,040 
2,440 



150 
65 



1,060 
2,800 

50 

785 

1,150 

2,550 



350 

535 



1,700 
110 

170 
2,550 

340 
2,130 

615 

1,265 
280 
600 
155 



1,870 
730 
375 

,160 
SO 



50 



1,050 



1,400 
285 
510 
100 

1,105 



1,475 



450 
860 

755 

495 

1,620 

785 



220 

250 

1,430 

175 



600 

2,085 

320 

50 

525 

2,100 

300 

90 

580 

710 

8,405 
3,000 
3,245 
1,545 
1,600 

800 
120 
1,030 
180 
200 

870 
1,220 
690 
200 
375 

375 
400 
780 
660 
3,100 

300 
745 
210 
2,100 
375 

400 

465 

300 

2,000 

1,310 

SO 

2,100 

' S3S 

1,200 

3,385 

1,500 
620 

2,100 
410 

3,600 

1,300 
400 

1,925 
485 

1,280 

600 

75 

600 

600 

1.600 

2,000 

600 

10 

1,235 

50 

695 
800 
2,000 
270 
695 

200 
135 
700 
100 
90 

595 
715 
2,425 
400 
600 

300 
780 
250 
885 
25 



$ 



00$ 



18 

87.71 

8.57 

1.20 

-15.75 

156.62 

4.50 

17.25 

35.63 

18.75 

154.73 
63.38 
79.88 
23.17 
55.20 

57.94 
8.97 

30.60 
8.21 

14.95 

35.74 

84.18 

12.42 

9.28 

6.60 

6.60 

11.00 

25.61 

45.58 

138.65 

8.05 

15.45 

20.40 

123.22 

8.26 

11.25 

26.00 

5.40 

59.20 

22.72 

5.50 

123.22 

14.44 

54 95 

64.80 

41.48 
15 75 
98.55 
11.87 
54.00 

47.55 
16.95 
46.00 
28.79 
27.93 

9.12 

2.5 
15.96 
36.30 
32.00 

40.00 

34.00 

6.49 

29.67 

2.47 

30.60 
12.00 
42.00 
4.05 
56.42 

3.40 

2.63 

17.50 

11.00 

24.70 

20.25 
18 15 
67.67 
20.40 
9.00 

4.50 
19.00 
11.50 
34 72 

4.80! 



—90— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



lama tt Taipajer 



lores ColtiTated 



So. of 
iores 



isseasment 
Per Aore 



Ward, W. C 

Ward, Helen J 

Ware, Allie 

Ware, Alphie & Allie. 
Ware, Luther 1 



Warren, Harry 

Warren, O. K 

Warren, O. K 

Warren, Ellen S 

Warren, Anna S 



Warren, Chas. A.. . 
Warnock, W. M.. . 
Warnock, W. M... 
Warnock, Saniuel. 
Warnock, S. M — 



Warnock, S. M... 
Warnock, Nellie. 
Wamer, D. F,... 
Warner, D. F.. . , 
Warner, Arthur. . 



Warner, Augusta 

Warfleld, Geo. O 

Washburn, Oregon 

Washburn, A. J 

Wasinburn, A. J. Mrs... 



Watts, R. F.... 
Watts, C.E.... 
Watts, Geo. A.. 
Watts, J. W.... 
Watts, Eliza C. 



Watts, G.T 

Watts, G.T 

Watts, Daniel H., 
Watts, Mary A... 
Watson. W.T..., 



Watson, J. W 

Watson, ,T. W 

Watson, Fred & A. R., 

Watrin, John 

Watne, Jacob 



Watkins, Flora 

Wattawa, Josephine. . 
Waverly Association . 

Way, Freedom 

Waybill, H.L 



Waybill, Matilda 

Waybill, Stephen 

Weaver, S. W 

Webb, C. B 

Webb, Edward H. & L.. 



Weber, J. J. & S.. 
Weber, Joseph . . . 
Weber, Joseph. . . 
Webster, John . . . 
Webster, Max B.. 



Webster, Geo. H 

Webster, H. A 

Webster, Sarah 

Webst«r, Sarah 

Webster, A. F. & W. W.. 



Wedin, August 

Weddle, B. F 

Weddle, Rosie Dwark. . . 

Weddeler, C. & M 

Weddler, Christoph 



Weed, George A 

Wegner, H. C. & Lillian. . 

Wehner, Mary 

Wehner, Mary 

Weidner, -Margaret 



Weidner, M. (Trustee). 

Weidner, P. .1 

Weisman. Otto 

Weinstein, Solomon. . . 
Weininger, F. J. & T. . 

Weiderhold, Adolph. . . 
Weismandel, John .... 

Wells, Lemuel H 

Wells, M. (Heirs) 

Wells, John E 



Wells, John E. & Zella.. 
Welch, J. A. (Heirs).... 

Welch, Francis 

Welch, W.E 

Welch, W. E 



II 

20 



20 
33 



S 
34.98 



3 

7 

25 

I 



7 
5 
2.50 



SO 

2 
4 
156 
5 
18 

4 
5 
12 
2 
9 

8 
13 

* 

3 
6 

7 
3 

2 



15 
75 
20 
35 
20 



.55 



8 
31 
80 
30 
30 

20 
6 

* 

15 



22 

35 

I 

40 



Acres UncuItiTated 



Ko. of 
lores 



45.00 



33.33 
25.00 



55.00 
55.00 



35.00 
35.00 



45.00 



50.00 
140.08 



110.00 



50.00 
50.00 
52.00 
55.00 

42.50 
55.00 
57.00 
50.00 



50.00 



50.00 

80.00 
150.00 
800.00 
125.00 

40.00 

37.50 
36.00 
55.00 
250.00 
50.00 

60.00 
103.84 



33.33 
100.00 

105.00 
108.34 
240.00 
600.00 
90.00 

55.00 
65.00 
65.00 
60.00 
60.00 



.?00.00 



55.00 
181.82 

80.00 
50.00 
35.00 
54.00 
52.00 

10.00 
20.00 



66.65 



50.00 

40 00 

150.00 

20.00 



.05 



Assessment 
Per Aore 



None 
40 
37 
76 

200 

29 

None 

44.95 

19.70 

5 
48.22 

7 
33 
22.91 

3 

4 
30 
50.20 
14 

20 
12.58 
.45 
20 
20 

80 
2 
45 
55.45 
13.50 

None 

23 

37.50 

7.50 

160 

24 
10 
18 
80 
46.25 

None 

2.14 
^one 

3 

2 

6 

35 
8.68 
1.50 

II 

35 

None 

15.80 

17 

4 



84 



14. 
12 

None 

None 

62 

25 

21.50 
19 
46 
9 

30 

None 
22.19 
32.80 

None 

48.60 
9 
72 
57.93 
20 

100 
34 
160 

None 
40 65 

18 
101.18 

11.03 
120 
184 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



10.00 
5.00 
8.00 
3.95 

9.00 
25.00 
20.00 
88.82 
90.00 

20.00 
4.98 
5.00 
10.00 
11.34 

15.00 
20.00 
11.66 
14.94 
46.43 

40.00 
29.41 
66.66 
12.50 
12.50 

25.00 
20.00 
20.00 
15.32 
17.78 

20.00 
10.00 
19.73 
20.00 
4.69 

16.66 
17.50 
20.00 
20.00 
18.38 

80.00 
37.38 
800.00 
40.00 
15.00 

11.66 
11.42 
23.04 
100.00 
20.00 

17.14 
60.00 
75.94 
8.82 
62.50 

60.64 

60.00 

200.00 

600.00 

30.00 

20.00 
19.76 
20.00 
20.65 
20.00 

24.00 

200.00 

18.00 

18.30 

181.82 

19.75 
20.00 
8.61 
15.00 
20.00 

2.00 
5.00 
15.00 
13.00 
14.76 

20.00 
8.90 

63.47 
5.00 

4 89 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



25 
135 
200 
395 
450 

1,800 
1,330 
1. 100 
4,000 
1,800 

100 
940 
1,190 
330 
620 

45 

80 

350 

1,000 

5,550 

1,350 

370 

30 

250 

250 

2,000 

190 

1,250 

2,150 

295 

420 
605 
1,025 
275 
760 

700 

175 

1,460 

1.600 

3,350 

160 
680 
124,800 
745 
750 

220 
580 
860 
650 
670 

1,080 

1,350 

1.200 

250 

850 

1.635 

1,045 

480 

150 

3,480 

1.325 
5,300 
1,680 
3,050 
1 380 

720 
300 
400 
875 
125 

1,600 
1,730 
900 
2,490 
I 960 

400 

290 

2,400 

1,000 

600 

1,460 
2,300 

850 
1,400 

000 



300 



20 
235 



50 



450 



300 
25 



300 
640 



325 
50 



Total 



75 
600 



450 
25 



75 
245 
315 

635 



175 

5,500 

420 

220 



165 



720 
100 



305 



100 



440 



180 

195 
770 
920 
470 



225 



365 
330 



150 
45 



100 



215 
50 



SO 



ISO 



1,035 



Single Tai 
Sxemptiona 
1910 Vonld 
lave Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Vonld 
Have Been 



25$ 
435 
200 
415 
685 

1,800 
1,380 
1,100 
4,000 
1,800 



100 

1,390 

1,190 

330 

920 

70 

80 

350 

1,300 

6,190 

1,350 

695 

30 

300 

250 

2,280 

190 

1,325 

2,750 

295 

665 
605 
1,475 
300 
760 

775 

420 

1,775 

1,600 

3,985 

160 

855 

130,300 

1,165 

970 

220 
745 
860 
1,370 
770 

1,080 

1,655 

1,200 

250 

950 

1,635 

1,045 

920 

ISO 

3,660 

1,520 
6,070 
2,600 
3,520 
1,380 

720 
525 
400 
1,240 
455 

1,600 
1,880 
945 
2,490 
2,060 

615 

340 

2,400 

1,050 

600 

1.460 
2,450 

850 
2,435 

900 



405 



95 
360 



380 
700 



1,050 
990 



570 

25 



475 
3,915 



350 
325 



50 



280 
90 

285 

1,520 

40 

505 
305 
630 
100 



275 
24S 
97S 



2,215 



625 

5,500 

845 

670 

105 
290 
385 
I 020 
370 

340 

875 



75 
325 

310 
145 
520 



1,260 

720 
4,I6S 
1,820 
1,850 

800 



325 



550 
330 

470 
1,080 

260 
1.170 
1,060 

375 
140 



855 



660 
1,240 

130 
1,635 



25$ 

30 

200 

320 

325 

1,800 
1,000 
400 
4,000 
1,800 

100 
340 
200 
330 
350 

45 

80 

350 

825 

2,275 

1,000 

370 

30 

250 

250 

2,000 

too 

1,040 

1,230 

255 

160 
300 
845 
200 
760 

500 

175 

800 

1,600 

1,770 

160 
230 
124,800 
320 
300 

115 

455 
475 
350 
400 

740 
780 
1,200 
175 
625 

1,325 
900 
400 
150 

2,400 

800 
1,905 

780 
1,670 

580 

720 
200 
400 
690 
125 

1,130 

800 

685 

!,320 

1,000 

240 
200| 
2,400 
195 
600 

800 
1,210 
720 
800 
900 



Aotnal Tai 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Wonid 

Have Been 



.62{ 



10 


87 


3 


00 


6 


22 


10. 


27 


27.00| 


22 


77 


18 


I.S 


60.001 


58 


50 


1 


50 


27 


80 


26 


18 


4 


95 


13 


80 


1 


OS 


1 


2(1 


10 


5(1 


39 


(Ml 


116 


65 


25 


65 


10.431 




54 


7 


5(1 


6 


25 


38.281 


3 


04 


21 


21 


48 


12 


5 


17 


II 


64 


10 


59 


22 


12 


6 


60 


11 


40 


12 


78 


6 


67 


29 


28 


24.001 


66 


49 


4 


08 


12 


83 


3,062.051 


22 


13 


14 


55 


3 


30 


II 


18 


14 


19 


50.001 


13 


09 


16 


20 


40 


00 


18.001 


5 


00 


21 


85 


37 


60 


25 


59 


24.391 


3 


95 


93 


.33 


25 


84 


91 
no 


.05 
no 



59.84 
23.46 

15.12 
10.50 
6.20 
18.60 
14.79 

25.60 
29.14 
19.85 
37.35 
30.90 

15.37 

6.12 

48.00 

22.05 

9.00 

21.90 
41.65 
17.85 
4u.4 
7X od 



—91— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taxpayer 



Acres CnltiTated 



No. of 
icret 



Per Acre 



Aores TTnonltiTated 



llo.of 
Acres 



Assessment 
Per Acre 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On land 



Buildings'^ 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tax 
Ixemptions 
1910 Tonld 
lave Been 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Vonll 
EaTO Been 



AetnalTa: 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Toud 

Han Been 



Welch, W. E 

Welch, Emma 

Welch, I. M 

Welch, H. (Heirs). 
Welch, Loreoz 



100.00 



Wellman, Fritz 

Wellman, Frit.^ 

Wellman, Fritz & Augusta 

Wellman, Alfred 

Wendt, Wm 



Wendland, E. E 

Wendland, Julius 

Wendland, Rudolph A., 
Wendland, Rudolph A., 
Werner, Ernest 



West, L. A 

West, Geo. H 

West Portland Ac'r'g Co.. 

West, Thos. R 

Weston, W. ,1. & S 



Westtall, Martha A.. . . 
Western Clay Mfg. Co. 

Westenberg, Wm 

Wetzler, Albert 

Wetzler, Nettie 



Wetherby, Geo 

Wetherley, Geo. (Assignee) 
Wettlaufer, W. H. & S?. R.. 
Wetbostad, Simon & C. . . . 
Wewer, John H 



23 
50 



30 
20 



16 
10 
16 

.50 
22 
12 
I 

2.82 



23 



Wewer, John H 

Weyman, Anna (?Ieirs) . 
Weyerhaeuser Land Co. 
Weyerhaeuser Land Co.. 
W^heeler, Casper 



Wheeler, Irvin 

Wheeler, Arminda A... 
Wheeler, Maurice & S.. 

Wheeler, .Sarah 

Wheeler, Sarah 



Wheeler, Lucinda 

Wheeler, Lucinda 

Wheaton, Tharideus & M. 

White, H.J. Mrs 

White, Franls 



White, Martha L 

White, Elic 

White, H. M 

White, M. J.& J. R.. 
White, Rebecca A 



White, Margaret 

White, Geo. P. H. S.. 

White. Sarah A 

White, W. L 

White, Francis A.. . . 



White, Wm. A 

White, Edna 

White, D. G 

White, F. M 

White, F. M 



White, A. C 

White, Frank M.. 
White, Rose A.. . 
White, Rose X.. . 
White, L. G 



White, Rosina . . 

Whipple, G 

Whipple, G 

Whipple, Klla. . . 
Whitlock, H. M.. 



Whitten, Edwin F.. . 
Whisler, S. A. & E. J 

Whitten, O. C 

Whitten, O.C 

Whitten, O. C 



Whisler, Wm. P 

Whitehead, F. H 

Whitaeld, W. C 

Whitcomb, Arthur O. . . 
Wicklund, E. 0. & E... 

Wicklund, Geo. & C. L. 

Wickham, John O 

Wickersham, L. B 

Widmer, Henri' 

Widstrand. A.'l,. * S.. 



.50 



6 

2 

2.45 
2 



60 



1 

4 
30 
20 

9 

I. .50 



IS 



12 



56.00 
50.00 



50.00 
55.00 



50.00 
40.00 



35.00 
40.00 



35.00 
59.00 



80.00 

300.00 

50.00 

150.00 
300.00 
65.00 
250.00 
174.07 



20.00 



15.00 
65.00 



70.00 

50.00 
52.50 
40.00 
40.00 



40.00 
37 50 
90.00 
15.00 



40.00 



300.00 

75.00 
65.00 
65 00 
65.00 
150.00 



45.70 



45.70 
40.00 
55.00 
40.00 
56.25 

45.83 



60.00 



80.00 
30.00 
80 
60.00 



60 00 
40 00 
85.00 

86.11 



37 01 
50 OOj 



77 
None 
40 
55 
23 

10.86 

1.14 

31.11 

35 

129.60 

32 
30 
40 
73 
30 

120 
40 
64 

None 
35.26 

None 
8.07 
7 
3.38 

None 

120 

2.07 
137 
100 
80 

225 

43.86 

5,690.91 

14,163.56 

5. 10 

10 
3.14 

28 
8 
10 

4 

8 

None 

78 

40 

57.20 
22 
80 
40 

None 

16 
62 

28 

68.25 

.50 

40 
120 

60 
107.06 

75 

60 
150 
10 
46 
16 

None 

.09 

35 

None 

5.63 

3.25 
130 
7.25 
7 33 
14.83 

160 

40 
4 

5 
28.48 

2.15 
160 

SO 

68 
77 



90$ 



3 
50.00 
17.00 
18.80 
20.00 

19.79 
21.93 
16.07 
17.14 
10.03 

10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
8.2 
20.00 

10.00 

2.00 

40.00 

175.00 

17.14 

15.00 
198.26 

20.00 
147.92 
100.00 

7.00 
14.49 

8.02 
20.00 
10.00 

8.88 
29.38 
10.59 

7.72 
19.60 

20.00 
19.14 
13.92 
12.50 
12.00 

12.50 
11.87 
52.28 
3.84 
10.00 

17.48 

31.82 

6.00 

17.50 

160.00 

25.00 
30.00 
30 00 
30.00 
50.00 

12.50 
20 00 
11.66 

22.42 
).00 

11.66 
14.00 
20.00 
8.70 
20.31 

15.00 



28.00 



71.00 

. 84 

7.69 

4S.37 

■<0 91 

39.11 

5.00 
20 00 
30 00 
10.00 
24.57 

46 51 
12 50 
12 50 
16.61 
20.00 



300$ 
4,3.50 

680 
2,400 
1,310 

I 365 
2,775 
500 
2,100 
2,100 

600 
700 
400 
845 
2,100 

1,200 
80 
3,840 
3,000 
1,400 

75 

8,200 

920 

750 

490 

840 

30 

1,560 

2,000 

800 

2,600 

1,550 

60,290 

109,450 

135 

300 
165 
870 
ISO 
120 

290 
170 
190 
340 
400 

3,400 
700 
480 
700 
300 

700 
3,810 
2,! 40 
2,625 

250 

500 
2,400 
2,300 
2,400 
1,500 

2..300 

2,500 

1,300 

560 

550 

275 

30 

2,480 

SO 

400 

2,510 

1.900 

1,900 

420 

580 

800 

800 

180 

1.450 

3,250 

1,650 
2,000 
1,000 
1,575 
3,540 



100 

345 



790 
550 



250 



700 



175 
300 
155 
590 



475 
220 



1,055 



25 

285 
150 
100 



335 



145 



200 
400 



150 

75 
445 
200 
435 

75 



50 
50 

255 
75 

240 

250 

490 
100 



340 
100 
580 



25 
365 
405 

535 



100 
50 



300'$ . 
4,3501 

680.. 
2,500 
1,655 

2,155 
2,775 

500.. 
2,650 
2,100 



600 
950 
400 
845 
2,800 

1,200 
80 
3,840 
3,000 
1,400 

250 
8,500 
1,075 
1,340 

490 

840 

30 

2,035 

2,220 

800 

3,655 

1,550 

60,290 

109,450 

160 

585 
315 
970 
180 
120 

625 
170 
190 

485 
400 

3,600 

1,100 

480 

700 

450 

775 
4,255 
2,340 
3,060 

325 

500 
2,400 
2,350 
2,400 
1,500 

2,350 

2,550 

1.555 

635 

790 

525 

30 

2,970 

ISO 

400 

2,850 

2,000 

2,480 

420 

580 

800 

800 

205 

1,815 

3,6SS 

2,185 
2,000 
1,000 
1,675 
3.,590 



1,045 

855 

1,485 
1,655 



1,535 
600 

200 
550 



190 
1,600 



640 

1,250 

520 

235 
2,540 
695 
695 
210 



755 
220 



1,520 
140 



SO 

345 

215 

415 

55 



500 
SO 
65 

165 



1,550 
400 



290 

275 
1,495 
900 
745 
225 



1,240 



1,240 
310 
955 
200 

38s 

435 



1,200 
100 



1,725 

770 

1,355 

40 



55 
1,415 
2,220 

1,250 



345 

1,250 



300$ 
2,175 

680 
1,455 

800 

670 
1,120 

500 
1,115 
1,500 

400 
400 
400 
655 
1,200 

1,200 

80 

3,200 

1,750 

880 

IS 

5,960 

380 

645 

280 

840 

30 

1,280 

2.000 

800 

2,135 

1,410 

6i,,290 

109,450 

no 

240 
100 
555 
125 
120 

125 
120 
125 
320 
400 

2,050 
700 
480 
700 
160 

500 
2,760 
1,440 
2,315 

100 

SOO 
2,400 
1,110 
2,400 
1,500 

1,110 

2,240 

600 

435 

405 

90 

30 

1,680 

SO 

400 

1,125 

1,230 

1,125 

380 

580 

800 
800 
150 
400 
1,435 

935 

2,000 

1,000 

1.330 

2j340 



98$ 



7 

100.05 

11.56 

42.50 

27.31 

36.64 
47.18 
7.50 
45.05 
31.50 

12.00 
19 OU 
8.00 
16.89 
42.00 

24.00 
1.60 
63.36 
48.00 
21.00 

5.25 

199.75 

16.13 

28.1 

10.29 

19.32 
.51 
46.80 
36.62 
16.00 

109.65 

23.25 

1,207.97 

2,115.52 

4.80 

10.68 
4 73 

14.55 
2.70 
1.80 

9.37 

2.55 
2.85 
7.28 
8.80 

72 00 
18.10 
12.48 

11 90 
9.00 

13. .56 
63 83 
35.10 
45.90 

4.87 

10.50 
42.00 
58.75 
64.00 
38^.44 

58.75 
70.13 
26.44 
10.79 
13.43 

11.54 
.78 

53 46 
3 90 
9.60 

48 45 

30 00 

42.16 

7 14 

9.86 

12.00 

12 00 
6.15 

36 29 
73.09 

43.71 
40.00 
15.00 
33.49 
53 . 85 



—92- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






lores (WtiT>t«d 


lores Unonltiyitod 


Gonenl Property Issessments in 1910 


Single Tai 
Kxemptions 
IMOTonld 
EaTS Been 


Single Tax 
Issessment 
mo Wonld 
EaTO Been 


lotnal Tax 
Paid for 

mo 


TaiforlM* 

Under Single 

Tax Tonid 

Ean Beta 


Sarnj of Taipijtr 


Ko.of 

iorei 


issosament 
Periors 


Ho. of 
lores 


Issessment 
Per lore 


On Land 


Ball dings & 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
Issessment 


Wiese, Emilie 


35 
30 

25 
10 

* 

6 

* 


$ 45.00 
55.00 
52.60 
55.00 


65 

12 

85 

5 

160 

16.18 
80 

1.50 
37.50 
79 

231 

None 
None 
None 
None 

51.97 

53.36 

50.70 

10 

60 

40 
10 
80 
40 
15 

1.80 
None 
40 

57.65 
23 

52.45 
6 
223.33 
86.18 
50 

10 
15 
40 
10 
300 

225 
100 

81 
120 

63 

30 

60.63 

81.22 

27 

10 

26 
39 
10.17 

None 
33 

16 
69.76 

None 
40 
40 

11.37 

29.30 

71 

40 

60.25 

None 

None 

20 

3.34 

5 

None 
5 

None 

None 

75 

3.50 

154.37 

434.69 

371 .04 

40 

40 
120 
49.92 
19 

27 


S 20.00 

16.66 

20.00 

25.00 

5.00 

9.89 
10.00 
20.00 
9.33 
6.33 

5.45 
200.00 
175.00 
175.00 
230.00 

25.00 
24.36 
24.65 
24.00 
25.00 

5.00 

5.00 

20.00 

10.00 

25.00 

200.00 

200.00 

20.00 

29.51 

20.00 

30.00 
20.83 
IS.OO 
15.08 
20.00 

20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
25.00 
66.66 

4.00 
4.00 
5.55 
10.00 
23.90 

32.66 
9.90 
24.44 
31.48 
25.00 

20.00 
20.00 
34.41 
40.00 
13.64 

20.00 
20.00 


$ 2,875 

1,850 

3,015 

675 

800 

475 
800 
30 
390 
500 

1,410 

7,550 

10,925 

500 

1,600 

1,300 
2,950 
1,250 
240 
1,500 

200 
650 

3,600 
400 

1,750 

360 
2,600 

800 
3,270 
1,510 

5,770 
125 
8,350 
1,300 
2,770 

2,000 

1,800 

800 

4,800 

20,000 

1,125 
460 
1,200 
1,200 
1,500 

1,180 
1,600 
1,985 
3,150 
250 

1,220 
830 

2,520 
160 
765 

1,230 

2,580 

150 

200 

400 

700 
940 

1,255 
500 

1,525 

800 
2,800 
400 
350 
800 

1,000 

200 

75 

300 

650 

20 

3,540 

10,000 

8,800 

600 

800 
1,800 

400 
1,080 

540 


$ 100 
300 
720 
205 

* 


$ 2,975 

2,150 

3,735 

880 

800 

475 
800 
230 
515 
500 

1,485 

7,600 

11,000 

710 

1,600 

1,300 
3,765 
1,250 
240 
1,500 

275 

750 

4,500 

485 
2,455 

515 
3,000 

800 
4,640 
1,550 

6,170 
125 
8,550 
1,600 
3,045 

2,000 

1,900 

800 

5,495 

25,000 

1,175 
460 
1,520 
1,495 
1,625 

1,380 
1,600 
1,985 
3,300 
250 

1,7.55 

1,060 

2,820 

200 

840 

1.380 

2,885 

550 

200 

450 

93S 
1,545 
1,305 

500 
1,575 

800 
3,200 
400 
650 
900 

1,285 
200 
175 
450 
700 

20 

3.540 

10.000 

9,000 

600 

800 
1,800 

400 
1,305 

.■540 


$ 975 

1,450 

1,535 

505 


$ 2,000 

700 

2,200 

375 

800 

220 
800 
30 
360 
500 

1,315 

5,280 

7,175 

350 

920 

1,300 
2,035 
1,250 
240 
1,500 

200 
200 

2,400 
400 

1,000 

360 
1,600 

800 
2,420 

800 

3,375 
125 
4,850 
1,300 
1,600 

800 

800 

800 

2,000 

20,000 

960 

415 

590 

1,200 

1,.500 

1,045 

850 

1,985 

1,575 

250 

800 

800 

1,415 

80 

545 

600 
1,795 
150 
200 
400 

260 
565 
955 
500 
1,060 

220 
2,065 
400 
350 
300 

640 
200 

75 
205 
450 

20 

3,540 

10,000 

8,100 

600 

800 

1,800 

400 

575 
540 


$ 49.08 
47.30 
56.03 

15.85 
12.00 

7.13 
18.00 

5.06 
10.29 
11.00 

32.67 

121.60 

176.00 

11.36 

25.60 

20.80 
60.23 
20.00 
3.84 
24.00 

4.95 
13.50 
67.50 

9.44 
41.74 

9.79 
79.50 
12.00 
69.60 
26.35 

92.55 
1.88 
145.35 
24.60 
51.76 

34.00 
32.30 
13.60 
87.93 
572.50 

26.41 
10.81 
37.15 
37.37 
28.43 

24.15 
32.00 
33.75 
49.. 50 
3.75 

26.33 
15.90 
46.53 
4.00 
15.12 

20.70 

43.27 

8.25 

5.00 

11.25 

18.70 
30.91 
26.11 
7.50 
28.34 

16.80 
60.80 
6.20 
13.00 
18.00 

29.55 
4.60 
5.69 
10.80 
14.70 

.42 

70.80 

230.00 

IS2,50 

9.00 

21.20 
37.80 

6.00 
21.52 

9.18 


$ 49.86 


Wiese, Emil 


Wiegand, Anthony 

Wigle, R. G 

Wihlon, A. C 


51.00 
10.05 
18.54 


Wike, T. &S 


52.50 


255 


5 10 


Wills, Lee 


200 
125 

75 

50 

75 

210 


26 3i 


Wills, Lee 




200 
155 


1 20 


Wills, Lee 

Wills, Geo. N. & Clara S.. . 


1 

* 

10 

26. 4C 
30 

2 

4 

* 

30 

* 
* 


40.00 


12.37 
15.43 


Wills, Geo. N. & Clara S.. . 

WUls, C. R 

Wills, Archie D 


15.00 
285.98 
300.00 
250.00 
400.00 


170 

2,320 

3,825 

360 

680 


40.56 
129.04 
175.36 

8 55 


Wills, David 


Wills, W. W. & M. M 


22.49 


Will, LizBie M. & Clara C. . 


815 

* 
* 

* 

75 
100 
900 

85 
705 

155 
400 
* 

1,370 
40 

400 

* 

200 
300 
275 


32 20 


Will Henrietta 


55.00 


1,730 


50.45 
31 00 


Will, Fred 


WiU, Anton F 






5.85 


Will, Jonas M. & Gussie . . . 






37.20 


Wilson, F. A 




75 

550 

2,100 

85 
1,455 

155 
1,400 

" ■ ■ '2,226 
750 

2,795 

■ ■ ■ ■ 3,766 

300 

1,445 

1,200 
1,100 


6.83 


WUson, W. H. & E. E 

Wilson, Eliza (Heirs) 

Wilson, Clarence & Mattie 


20 
40 


30.00 
50.00 


6.83 
55.62 
13.24 


Wilson, J. C 

Wilson, Dora 


25 


55. OU 


27.37 
10 28 


Wilson, Margaret A 

Wilson, M. B 


8 

24 
17 

60 

* 

100 


325.00 


73.24 
18.54 


Wilson, CD. F 


65.00 
61.7(S 

70.00 

■■"s6]6o 


56.10 
20 86 




78,23 


Wilson, Samuel S 

Wilson, Peter 


2.90 
127 70 


Wilson, Peter 


34.23 


Wilson, F. P. & S. I 

Wilson, NeUie V 


30 

30 

25 

70 

15 

4 

25 


59.00 

60.00 
60.0C 


45.23 
20.86 


Wilson, Ida V 


100 

•s 

695 
5,000 

50 


20.86 




20.86 


Wilken, John 


65.00 

IS.OO 
15. OC 
30.00 


3,495 
5,000 

45 
930 
295 
125 

335 
750 


50 62 


Wilhoit Spgs. Min. W. Co. 
Wilhoit, John W 


646.30 
31.48 


Wilhoit, John W 


14.02 




320 
295 
125 

200 


18.57 


Wilcox, Ernest S 


37.76 


Wilcox, Helen E 






40 77 




2 
25 

* 

23 

* 

14 

1 

31 

2 

7 

14 
20 

* 


100. OO 
40.00 

"ioo'.io 


28.40 


Wilcox, F. F 


20.52 


Wilcox L T 


ISO 

* 

535 

230 

300 

40 

75 

ISO 
305 
400 

* 

50 

235 

60S 

50 

* 

50 


51.37 


Wilehart, Frank & Annie. . 
Willbanks, Minnie 


1,725 


36.51 
5.79 




50.00 

so.oo 

70.00 
80.00 
45.00 

65.00 

60.00 

6 


955 
260 
1,405 
120 
295 

780 

1,090 

400 


18.54 


Willbroad, Jos. W 


18.54 




34.70 


Wilmot; Robert F 

Willhehn, Dock 


2.54 
16.60 


Wilhelnl, Henry 


13.91 


Wilhelm, Christian 

Wilbern Eliza 


41.61 

3.48 




5.00 
10.00 

8.79 
13.65 
12.00 
12.50 
14.10 

40.00 
113.85 

20.00 
104.70 

20.00 

40.00 

40.00 

300.00 

71.00 

5.33 

5.71 
22.93 
23.01 
19.95 
15.00 

20.00 
15.00 
8.00 
14.73 
20.00 


6.30 


Willig, Jos 




SO 

675 
980 
350 


16.05 


Wilkins, W, L 


18 
12 
9 

* 

15 

8 
18.44 

* 


33.33 
45.00 
45.00 


7.74 


Wilkerson, S. A. & M 

Wiikerson J 


18.71 
31.62 




11.59 


Williams, David I. & A.. . . 
Williams M J 


45.00 

100.00 
151.85 


515 

480 
1,135 


32.29 
11.19 


Williams Ella £ 


400 

* 

300 
100 

285 

100 
150 
50 

t 

* 

200 

* 

* 
* 
* 
225 


61.71 




9.66 


Williams, Lavenia 




300 
600 

645 


10.33 


WilliEims, Floyd T 


10 

9 

* 

,25 
2.71 
10 

* 
* 
* 

35 

* 

* 

* 

* 

20 


70.00 
111.11 


9.60 


Williams, G. M 


21.55 


Williams Ci M 


6.74 


WiUiams, L. E. & Anna R. 

Williams, L. P. & E. S 

Williams, Ellen 


300.00 
111.00 
25.00 


100 
245 
250 


4.94 
7.93 
13.35 




.59 


Williams, F. F 

Williams, F.F 

Williams, F. F 

Williamq F F 






85.49 






404.70 


40 


900 


190.38 
13.91 


Williams, F. F 

WiUiams, F. F 






33 92 




76.33 


■■"46!66 




9.27 


WiltsB T M & C 


730 


14.83 


Wilmarth, WalteT- 


13.98 



-93— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taxpayer 



iores GoltiTated 



No, of 

Acrei 



icres TTnoTiltiTated 



No. of 
Acres 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Land 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonld 
Kavi Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Wonld 
HaTe Been 



lotnalTu 

Paid for 

191» 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Wonld 

EaTO Been 



Wilmarth, J. F 

Willamette V. E. W. II. C. 

Willamette Falls Co 

Willamette Falls Co 

Willamette Falls Co 



Wing, J. F 

Wing, J. F 

Wing, J. F 

Winter, E. J 

Winston, Percy. 



Wink, Lillie, Mrs 

Winrich, Marv & Henry, 

Winslow, Wallace 

Winslow, Wallace 

Wingaeld, Geo. W 



Wirfs, F.J 

Wirth, T. J. &M 

Wise, Amos & Mary J... 
Wise, Amos & Mary J... 
Wise, Amos & Mary J... 



Wise, Amos 

Wise, Ruth 

Wise, John 

Wismer, Laura Mrs.. 
Wissinger, H. B 



Wiasinger, Pearl D. 

Witte, O. r 

Witzell, Richard... 

Wolf, Geo. A 

Wolfe, W. G& A... 

Wolfe, Florence J.. . 

Wolf. Chas 

Wolf, John G 

, Wolfer, KateS 

Wolfer, Benjamin . . 



Wolfer, Samuel 

Wolfer, John H . . . . 
Wolfer, Benjamin. 
Wolfer, Benjamin. 
Wolfer. Benjamin. 



Wolverton, W. D 

Wolfhagen, Carrie 

Womer, E. S 

Wonacott, C. N. & I 

Wonaoott, C N-W P & E L 



Wood, A.J 

Wood, Lydia A 

Wood, Louisa A 

Wood, Aubrey A & Inza.. 
Wood, J.N 



IS 
60 



2.50 



12 

S 

20 

30 

1.50 
12 

35 

* 

.f I 

1.65 
6.06 

12 

40 

10 

3 

8.50 
12 
13 



.50 



Woodle, Giiv 

Woodle, Jos. P... 
Woodk, W. R.... 
Woodle, W. R.. . . 
Woodle, W. R.... 



Wooster, S. E 

Wooster, S. E 

Wooster, S. E 

Wooster, John L.. 
W^oodard, L. A.. . 



Woolfolk, Maud 

Woolfolk, Maud 

Woolfolk, Maud 

Woodcox, Wallace & A. 
Wooltjey, Frank 



Woolsey , Frank 

Woodcock, CO 

Woodcock, Chas. C 

Word, T. M 

Worley, T. S. & Anna M.. 



Wormdahl, John .... 
Wormdahl, P. H.... 

Wormdahl, Einar 

Wormdahl, Edward. 
Worthington, M. E.. 



4<> 
40 



6 

15 
5 
7 
5.70 

40 
20 

* 

60 

5 

1.72 



75 



Wourms, Fred . 
Wourms, Fred. 
W. P. & P. Co.. 
W. P. &P. Co.. 
W. P. &P.Co.. 

W. P.&P. Co.. 
W. P.&P. Co.. 
W. P.&P. Co.. 
W. P.&P. Co.. 

\tT T> ,f~ V r*„ 



20 
30 

8 
3 

45.25 

15 

4.29 

1.08 



40.00 
50.00 



50.00 



60.00 



80.00 
55.00 



20.00 
15.00 



25.00 
80.00 
15.00 
15.00 

66.66 
104.16 
112.80 



424.24 

300.00 

45.83 

23.00 

53.00 

55.00 

105.87 

87.50 

40.00 



52.50 
50.00 
52.50 
52.50 
52.50 



100.00 



40.8 
40.00 



55.00 
65.00 



8.33 
40.00 
40.00 
40.00 
39.47 

40.00 
32.50 



50.00 
45.00 



52.32 



62.50 



34.66 



100.00 

55.00 
53.33 
50.00 
40.00 
124.31 

100.00 
93.24 



925.92 



50.00 
55.0 
cA on 



63.75 

20 

10.40 

27 

23 

154 

40 

40 
160 
1.50 

3.33 

15 
120 

55 
120 

5 

8 

1.78 
60 
50 

10.15 
8.61 
15.80 
80 

None 

None 
None 

36.12 
121 

28.81 

16 

1.50 

7 

53.44 
45 

35 
37 
24 
51 

7 

320 

None 

1.33 

None 

24.68 

320 
80 

2.05 
25 

6 

154 
15 
15 

8.1 

None 

46.80 
57 
160 
60 
12.34 

None 
23.15 
15.12 
38 
80 

80 
84.95 
80 
40 
8 

5 
10 
32 
37 

8 

93.23 
None 

16.30 
None 
1.50 

7.58 

29.42 

17 

137 

m CO 



68$ 



16 

20.00 
50.48 
62.96 
100.00 

17.43 
17.50 
20.00 
5.00 
20.00 

24,02 

23.33 

6.00 

7.00 

5.00 

15.00 
7.50 

28.08 
5.00 
5.00 

41.37 

58.13 

57.59 

4.00 



200.00 
199.60 

13.28 

4.75 

23.27 

15.00 
66.66 
32.14 
11.97 
21.1 

20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
21.96 
25.00 

20.00 
40.00 
26.32 
10.00 
10.13 

3.13 

5.00 

24.. 19 

20.00 

20.00 

1.49 
10.00 
10.00 
11.04 
10.00 

9.82 

5.26 

10.00 

20.00 

12.15 

14.53 

21.60 

20.00 

9.2 

3.50 



.50 



12 

5 

9.00 
10. OU 
35.00 

22.00 
22.50 
20.00 
18.93 
70,00 

12.87 

29.13 

24.53 

600.00 

266.66 

98.94 
30.59 
22,64 
20.00 
20 no 



1,600$ 
3,400 
525 
1,700 
2,300 

2,935 
700 
800 
800 
180 

400 
4,200 

720 

885 
1,200 

75 
360 
450 
600 
700 

520 

1,750 

4,500 

320 

100 

700 
1,820 
1,030 
1,495 
1,205 

405 
1,000 
1,275 
1,160 

950 

2,380 
890 
795 

3,060 
540 

6,400 

50 

35 

2,000 

1,850 

1,000 

400 

1,370 

1,475 

120 

280 
750 
350 
370 

225 

2,060 

950 

1,600 

4,200 

375 

90 

500 

300 

1,100 

300 

1.000 

3,100 

720 

400 

480 

1.210 
1,825 
1,040 
820 
6,185 

2,700 
400 
400 

1.000 
400 

750 

900 

735 

3,240 

.1.270 



255 
100 



25 



70 



200 
200 



200 
125 



325 



100 



250 



240 
200 



1,875 
365 
720 
465 

50 
235 
255 

50 



320 
50 



220 
230 
600 
200 



100 
380 



)55 

300 

15 



205 



300 
25 



745 
100 



ISO 



200 
1,075 

60 

285 

420 

50 

140 

too 

150 
600 

3,000 



200 
100 



1,855 
3,500 
S25 
1,700 
2,300 

2,960 
700 
800 
800 
250 

600 
4,400 

720 
1,085 
1,325 

75 
685 
450 
700 
700 

770 

1,750 

4,740 

320 

300 

700 
3,695 
1,395 
2,215 
1,670 

455 
1,235 
1,530 
1,210 

950 

2,700 
940 
795 

3,460 
540 

6,400 

270 

265 

2,600 

2,050 

1,000 

400 

1,470 

1,855 

120 

435 
1,050 
365 
370 
430 

2,360 

975 

1,600 

4,945 

475 

90 

500 

300 

1,250 

300 

1,000 

3,300 

1,795 

400 

540 

1,495 
2.245 
1,090 
960 
6,285 

2,850 
1,000 

400 
4,000 

400 

750 

900 

935 

3.340 

3,270 



620 
1,900 



190 



170 



425 
2,420 



530 

525 



535 
260 
300 
300 

290 

555 

1,815 



200 

370 
2,485 

755 
1,450 

765 

170 

585 
920 
425 



1,360 
140 
195 

1,525 
190 



250 

230 

2,110 

1,395 



835 
1,055 



195 
750 
165 
205 
370 

1,510 
570 



2,545 
265 

65 



790 



2,360 
1,075 



190 

945 

1,345 

290 

205 

2,560 

1,455 
875 



3,350 



390 

1 .205I 



1,235$ 
1,600 
525 
1,700 
2,300 

2,770 

700 

800 

800 

80 

175 

1,980 

720 

S55 
800 

75 

■ 150 

190 

400 

400 

480 

1,195 

2,925 

320 

100 

330 
1,210 
640 
765 
905 

285 
650 
610 
785 
950 

1,340 
800 
600 

1,935 
350 

6,400 

20 

35 

490 

655 

1,000 
400 
635 
800 
120 

240 
300 
200 
165 
60 

850 

405 

1,600 

2,400 

210 

25 
500 
300 
460 
300 

1,000 
940 
720 
400 
350 

550 
900 

800 

755 

3,725 

1,395 
125 
400 
650 
400 

750 

900 

545 

2,940 

2.0651 



31.53 
52,50 
10,23 
42,65 
44.85 

44.40 
10. .50 
12.00 
12.00 

5.50 

9.00 
70.40 
15.12 
22.79 
31.15 

1.13 
10.28 

8.78 
16.45 
16.45 

16.01 

44.60 

120.87 

8.00 

7.95 

18.55 
97.87 
29.36 
55.38 
25.05 

11.37 
31.50 
30.20 
26.23 
15.20 

40.50 
14.10 
11.93 
55.36 
8.10 

160.00 

5.94 

7.94 

41.80 

41.00 

15.00 
10.40 
22.05 
27.82 
1.80 

10.87 
28.35 
6.23 
6.29 
11.61 

47.20 
19.50 
40.00 
79.12 
7.13 

1.44 
8 00 
4.80 
18.75 
4.50 

15 00 
50.16 
27.23 
6.08 
10.26 

22.42 
33.68 
17.99 
15.84 
94,27 

,S9.8S 
21.00 

8.00 
72.00 

7.80 

12.00 

16.20 

14.03 

54.5 

52.3 



— Dl- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hunt of Tupajrir 



ions Ciiltinttd 



Ho, of 

iorn 



IssflBsment 
Per ion 



iores UnoaltiTated 



Ho. of 

iores 



Asiessment 
Per ion 



Genonl Property isBesaments in 1910 



On Lmd 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Pro pertT 



Total 
issessment 



Single Tai 
Exemptions 
1910 ¥onld 
Hare Been 



Single Tax 
issessment 
mOTonld 
Have Been 



iotnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

fiaTO Been 



W.P. & P. Co.. 
W.P.&P.Co.. 
W. P. &P.Co.. 
W.P.&P.Co.. 
W. P. & P Co.. 

W. P. & P. Co.. 
W.P.&P.Co.. 
W. P. & P. Co.. 
W.P.&P.Co.. 
W. P. & P. Co.. 



W.P.&P.Co 

W.P.&P.Co 

Wright, Jas. F,.... 
Wright, Walter G . 
Wright, Orrin. .. . 



Wright, Orrin. . . 
Wright, R. A.... 
Wright, Lydia . . . 
Wright, Mary E.. 
Wright, Bessie, . . 



Wrinkle, John P 

Wrolstad, L. G. & E.. 

Wunchie, Max 

Wygant, Theo 

Wygant, Margaret G.. 



Wyland, A.G 

Wyland, Mary E 

Wyland, Raymond F.. 
Wyland, Raymond F.. 
Wyland, F. M 



Wyvel, Inez L. . 
Yabs, Anton B.. 
Yandle, J. W.. . 
Yandell, John.. 
Yandell, John.. 



Yeager, M. E. & R. M., 

Yergen, H. F. & D 

Yergen, Geo. W 

Yerex, A. A 

Yerex, A. A , 



Mrs. 



Yexley, Geo. 
■ Yocum, E. J. 
Yooum, O. C 
Yocum, Archie E 
Yoder, Wm. H... 



Yoder, Wm. H 

Yoder, Catherine 

Yoder, Sarah A. Miss.. 
Yoder, S.O.&F.M... 
Yoder, Aaron L 



Yoder, Levi D... 

Yoder, J. S 

Yoder, J. S 

Yoder, Albert G.. 
Yoder, Asa J.. . . 



Yoder, .John J. . . . 
Yoder, S. C. & N., 
Yoder, Louia B.. . 
Yoder, Simon D.. 
Yoder, Sinion D.. 



Yoder, Amos 

Yoder, Clyde E 

Yoder, Fena 

Yoder, E. S. & .S. M... 
Yoder, D.B 



Yoder, D.J 

Y'oder, Jephniah. 

Yoder, D. C 

Yoder, Fannie. .. 
Yoharm, Fred. . . . 



Yohann, Fred 

Yost, Henry H 

Yost, Jacob F 

Yott, Garret 

Y'oung, W. E. & R.. 



Yott, Rhoda E 

Young, Carl & Hilda. 
Young, Jessie C, 



Young, Ella Fay.. 
Young, Josiah (Heirs) . 



4 

8.52 



2.05 
12 



Improve 
66.66 



50.00 

Riparian 



60 

27 

87 

2 



Young, J. (Heirs) 

Young, J (Heirs) 

Young, Norris 

Young, h.A.&M.C.. 
Young, Marion & Lillie. . . . 



.50 



65 



5 
80 



38 



22 
20 
14 
14 
1 

60 

18 
25 



12 

35 

7 

40 



13 
58 
20 

18 
15 
2S 
5 
30 



16 
36 

* 

10 

30 
35 

5.54 
30 
60 



100.00 
234.74 



200.00 
100.00 



2.96 

ments 

8.60 

5.38 

22.28 

40.20 

Rights 

150.95 

7.50 

None 

None 
30.30 
20 
160 
70.30 



$ 135.13$ 



40.00 
40.00 
41.38 
45.00 



60.00 
50.00 
32.50 
150.00 



15.00 
15.00 



30.00 
200.00 

"io'.oo 



65.00 



200.00 
40.00 



46.05 



50.00 
55.00 
55.00 
57.14 
50.00 

50.00 
50.00 
50,00 



50.00 

50.00 
55.00 
50.00 
55.00 



50.00 
50.00 



55.00 
37.50 



55.00 
55.00 
55.00 
50.00 

50.00 
60.00 
55.00 
55.00 
20.00 



37.50 
50.00 



450.00 

55.00 
47.00 
147 
65.00 
65.00 



20 
33 
92.50 

4 

2 

9.50 
27 
36 
36.48 
51.80 

80 
70 
38 
40 
35 

I 
10 
16 

4 
40 

14 

40 

18 

160 

40 

None 
80 
137.50 

2 
53.33 

18 

12 

10.98 

II 

57 
22 
43 
40 

22 

27.38 

14.56 

33 

22.50 

20 

28.99 

4 
30 
16 
26 

40 
17 
IS 

None 
20 

22 

20.12 
75 
5 
80 

5 

56 

28.44 

.11 

None 

86.90 
125 
None 
32.59 
46 



23.25 
37.66 
22.44 

19.97 



49.70 
66.66 
125.00 

20.00 
30.00 

8.75 
15.00 

9.95 

15.00 

14.28 

15 

10.00 

90.00 

25.26 
20.00 
11.11 
100.00 
40.54 

5.00 
5.00 
3.94 
5.00 
5.70 

100.00 

12.00 

15.00 

15.00 

7.50 

21.50 
30.00 
30.00 
8.00 
12.50 

200.00 
10.00 
5.82 
10.00 
16.88 

20.00 
25.00 
25.00 
22.75 
20.00 

24.56 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 

19.65 
24.04 
20.00 
26.66 
25.00 

20.68 
27.50 
26.66 
25.00 
19.23 

18.25 
23.81 
24.66 
20.00 
20.00 

20.00 
29.82 
25.00 
30.00 
6.25 

30.00 
10.00 
14.05 



250.00 

14.96 
10.00 
39.71 
19.94 
18.04 



400 



400 
200 
500 

3,200 
100 

7,950 
900 

2,000 

400 
2,100 

175 
2,400 

700 

2,700 

2,980 

4,900 

130 

180 

270 
1,190 

530 
4,850 
2 100 

400 
500 
180 
200 
350 

300 
120 
480 
60 
300 

300 
5,425 

540 
1,280 

500 

1,000 
4,000 

800 
1,770 

910 

1,460 
1,125 
1,000 
1,050 
270 

4,400 

1,340 

2,110 

800 

840 

1,140 
2,275 
1,010 
2,800 
500 

950 
410 
800 
620 
650 

750 
1,010 
1,085 
3,190 
1,400 

1,340 
1,500 
3,250 
425 
1,100 

ISO 
1 160 
2,200 

100 
4,500 

2,950 
2,895 
815 
2,600 
4,730 



2,000 



200 



400 
200 



415 

200 

640 

1,005 

100 



10 

450 

20 



380 
230 

SO 

140 
60 

125 
40 



800 



800 
800 
250 
125 
365 

100 
405 



320 
1,405 



5,875 
260 
260 

90 
630 
400 
600 



710 
180 
475 
445 
590 



600 
400 

75 

720 
200 
945 
170 
SO 



145 
100 



80S 



200 



500 



400$ 
2,000 
400 
200 
500 



3,400 
100 

7,950 
900 

2,000 

800 
2,300 

175 
2,400 
1,115 

2,900 

3,620 

5,905 

230 

180 

280 
1,640 

550 
4,850 
2,100 

400 
880 
410 
200 
400 

440 
180 
605 
100 
300 

300 
6,225 

540 
1,280 

500 

1,800 
4,800 
1,050 
1,895 
1,265 

1,560 
l,S30 
1,000 
1,050 
590 

5,805 
1,340 
7,985 
1,060 
1,100 

1,230 
2,905 
1,410 
3,400 
SOO 

1,660 
590 
1,275 
1,065 
1,240 

750 
1,010 
1,685 
3,590 
1,475 

2,060 
1,700 
4,195 
595 
1,150 

ISO 
1,305 
2,300 

100 
5,305 

2,950 
3,095 
815 
2,600 
5.2.10 



2.000 
130 



435 



135 
935 



760 
1,040 



415 

1,700 

1,335 

3,190 

170 



30 
840 
I OS 
400 



480 
250 



170 

240 
60 

305 
40 



3,075 



800 
3,200 

250 
1,495 

365 

760 
1,005 
350 
480 
350 

2,930 
540 

6,625 
260 
500 

455 
1,715 

610 
1,735 



915 

315 
475 
565 
665 



345 

995 

2,430 

675 

1,260 
650 

1,695 
295 
465 



585 
1,395 



2,805 

1,200 
1,495 
595 
1,350 
3,320 



270 
200 
500 

2,965 
100 

7,950 
765 

1,065 

40 
1,260 

175 
2,400 

700 

1,200 

2,285 

2,715 

60 

180 

250 

800 

445 

4,450 

2,100 

400 
400 
160 
200 
230 

200 
120 
300 
60 
300 

300 
3,150 

540 
1,280 

500 

1,000 

1,600 

800 

400 

900 

800 
525 
650 
570 
240 

2,875 
800 

1,360 
800 
600 

775 
1,190 

800 
1,665 

500 

74S 
275 
800 
500 
575 

750 
665 
690 
1.160 
800 

800 

1,050 

2,500 

300 

685 

ISO 
720 
90S 
100 
2,500 

1,750 
1,600 
220 
1,250 
1.910 



8.00 
36.00 
7.20 
3.60 
9.00 

S6.I0 

1.80 

143.10 

16.20 

36.00 

15.60 
36.80 
4.38 
50.40 
17.25 

43.50 

54.30 

118.10 

4.60 

4.59 

4.20 
27.06 
11.00 
87.30 
37.80 

8.80 
19.37 
9.02 
4.40 
8.80 

10.33 
4.14 
9.08 
1.50 
4.50 

4.50 
93.38 

8.10 
32.00 
12.50 

34.20 
96.00 
17.43 
41.69 
20.87 

25.74 
22.95 
15.00 
IS. 75 
9.72 

95.78 
20.10 
131.76 
17.49 
18.15 

20.30 
43.57 
23.27 
51.00 
7.50 

24.90 
8.85 
19 
15.97 
18.60 

11.25 
16.67 
27.80 
59.23 
22.13 

30.90 
42.50 
67.11 
8.93 
24.15 

2.25 
19.58 
39.10 

3.25 
1 40. .58 

92.42 
77.38 
12.23 
39.00 

78.45 



17.39 
17.44 
18.10 
30.44 
18.54 

18.54 
42.49 
62.70 
6.95 
27.51 

3.48 

16.69 

24.95 

6.58 

114.35 

90.28 
64. 7S 
5.10 
28.97 
44.27 



-95— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






icres GoltiTated 


Acres Unoultirated 


General Property Assessments is 1910 


Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910Tonld 
laya Been 


Single Til 
Assessment 
1910 Would 
Have Been 


ActoalTu 

Paid for 

1910 


TaiforlUO 

Onder Single 

Tax Tonid 

EiTt Bees 


Same of laipajer 


No. of 
iorei 


Assesament 
FerAora 


No. of 
Acres 


Assessment 
Per Acre 


On Land 


Bniidings & 
Personal 
Property 


Total 
Assessment 


Young, M. C. &L. A 

Young, W. F 


100 

* 

SO 
20 

* 

14 
1.50 

* 

10 
50 

* 

30 

* 

25 

7 

* 
16 

5 

* 

3.98 

14 
4 


S 80.00 


41.25 

80 
110 
100 

80 

1.25 
12.50 

2 
38.10 
25.74 

28.40 
13.10 
.23 
14.96 
50.86 

20 
32 
71 
40 

None 

16.90 

2 
95.89 
45.62 
25 

50 
40 
37 
26 
73 

22.13 

47 

39.10 

3 
65 

6 
18.53 

5 
10 
10 

70 
3.78 
120 
76.14 
19 

60 

31.47 

20 

7.78 
8.75 


$ 30.00 
15.00 
55.00 
15.00 

8.75 

60.00 
10.40 
30.00 
14.96 
20.00 

20.24 
15.26 


$ 9,230 

1,200 

4,150 

2,500 

700 

1,425 

205 

60 

1,170 

3,515 

575 
1,850 

100 
2,310 
3,700 

500 

1,440 

1,250 

200 

240 

1,165 
270 
760 
575 
900 

4,900 

200 

740 

3,620 

1,680 

400 
975 
955 
305 
1,250 

1,035 
860 
800 
575 
900 

1,650 
400 
2,200 
1,650 
2,390 

1,400 

975 

1,600 

2,240 

110 


$ 2,155 

* 

400 
70 

* 

145 
300 

* 

425 
320 

* 

795 

* 

1,145 
165 

350 


$ 11,385 

1,200 

4,550 

2,570 

700 

1,570 

505 

60 

1,595 

3,835 

2,645 

100 

3,455 

3,865 

500 
1,790 
1,250 

200 
1,120 

1,430 
475 
760 
600 

1,000 

6,170 

200 

955 

4,410 

1,880 

400 

975 

955 

555 

1,300 

1,485 

1,010 

1,070 

575 

975 

1,715 
400 
2,375 
1,700 
2,735 

1,400 

975 

1,870 

2,640 

no 


$ 7,150 


$ 4,235 

1,200 

2,400 

1,800 

700 

915 

145 

60 

720 

1,515 

575 

655 

100 

1,495 

3,295 

5O0 
960 
1,070 
200 
100 

595 
150 
760 
575 
480 

2,520 

200 

650 

2,000 

1,085 

400 
860 
955 
175 
800 

360 
570 
300 
340 
400 

1,370 

400 

1,600 

1.565 

590 

800 

875 

1,000 

770 

iiol 


$ 170.77 
18.00 
68.25 
38.55 
12.74 

36.11 

7.57 

.90 

35.09 

84.37 

12.65 
74.05 
3.25 
58.74 
89.89 

8.25 
29.53 
20.63 

4.00 
29.12 

22.20 
12.34 
15.20 
10.20 
20.00 

101.81 

4.00 

21.97 

70.55 

28.20 

6.40 
15.61 
15.27 
14.42 
20.80 

23.76 
15.15 
16.05 
8.62 
14.63 

29.15 
8.00 
35.63 
42.50 
41.02 

23.10 
14.62 
30.29 
41 36 
1.981 


$ 98.17 
27.82 


Young, J. P 


50.00 
50.00 


2,150 
770 


65.53 
41.72 


Young, J. B 


18.77 




96.43 
50.00 


655 
360 


30.80 


Young, Ijuvenia A 

Young, A M 


3.36 
1.39 


Young, L. H. & Flora 

Young, L. H. & Flora 

Young, L. H. & Flora 

Young, S. C. & C. J 

Younger, Rennie J. & E. J. 


60.00 
60.00 

""5s!66 
"■■76.66 

114.28 


875 
2,320 

1,996 


27.61 
58.09 

22.05 

30.70 

6.58 




37.44 
57.00 

25.00 
20.00 
14.08 
5.00 
25.00 

19.22 
25.00 
7.61 
12.60 
12.00 

21.00 
5.00 
16.21 
25.00 
12.33 

18.07 
17.23 
24.42 
25.00 
10.00 

15.00 
20.00 
20.00 
22.50 
20.00 

17.14 

105.91 

10.00 

20.03 

7.89 

10.00 
24.63 
25.00 
17.99 
12.57 


1,960 
570 


39.14 


Youmans, B. B 

Yunker, E. A 


110.91 
12 47 




50.00 
50.00 


830 
180 


23 93 


Yunker, Louis 


26.67 


Zastera Frank 


* 
880 

315 

205 

* 

25 
100 

1,270 

* 

215 
790 
200 


5.95 




60.00 

60.00 
55.00 


1,020 

885 
325 


4 70 




13.79 


Zeith A (feF 


7.06 


Zeller, R. L 


26.13 


Zenger, Kasper 




25 
520 

3,650 


15.34 


Zenger, Andrew & E 

Ziegler, Geo 


15 

70 

* 

3 
54 
15 

* 

3 

* 
4 
15 

18 
10 
10 
5 
10 

10 

* 

40 

2 

56 

20 

4 
20 
35 

* 


40.00 
55.00 


16.30 

63.40 

5.71 


Zimmer, Geo. F 

Zimmerman, R. W 

Zimmerman, R. W. & A. C 

Zimmerman, Chris 


46.66 
55.00 
52.00 


305 

2,410 

795 


23.56 
50.16 
25.15 

9.91 


Zimmerman, Christian 


55.00 


115 


20.95 


Zimmerman, A. J. & E. M. 


* 
250 
50 

450 
150 
270 


23.67 


Zimmerman, Elizabeth 

Zimmerman, F. (Heirs).. . . 

Zimmerman, Catherine .... 


57.50 
40.00 

52.50 
50.00 
70.00 
70.00 
70.00 

45.00 


380 
500 

1,125 
440 
770 
235 
575 

345 


8.23 
20.08 

8.77 
13 33 


Zinser, C. F 

Zinser, C. F 


6.95 

7.88 


Zinser, C. F. & A 


75 

65 

175 

50 

345 


9 22 




35.73 




11.81 


Zobach, F. & M 


25.00 
62.50 
40.00 

40.00 
50.00 
55.00 
60.00 


775 

135 

2,145 

600 

100 

870 

1,870 


37 09 




71.18 


Zogg, Matthew 


13.68 


Zogg. Barbara 


20.38 


Zook, 0. M. & E. P 




20.28 


Zumsteck, Frank & II 

Zurbuchen, J. Jr. & Eva. . . 
Zweifel, Reul-en J 


270 
400 

* 


24.98 
19.15 
3.35 



-98— 



Clackamas 


County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






Mdresi 


So. of 
Lots 


Genetal Property iBUSBments in 1910 


Singlo Tu 
Diemptions 
IMOTonld 
Ian Bien 


Single Tai 
Aesessment 
1910Tonld 
Hare Been 


Aotnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 


Tai for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

flaTO Been 


Hame of Taxpayer 


On Lots 


BdldingB & 
PorsoniJ 
Proptrtj 


Total 
jLBsessfflont 


Abernethy, Grange 




2 

1 

2 
4 

1 
3 
1 
4 
1 

2 
2 

4 

1 

3 

2 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

2 

2 
2 

1 

4 

1 

bk 

4 

2 

1 

2 
1 
1 

21 

2 ' 

2 

7 

1 

2 

S 
2 
4 

1 

2 

1 

2 

24 

2 

2 
1 
1 
1 
2 

1 

SO 

2 

1 
2 

1 

12 

1 

5 
8 

11 

2 

1 

1 
2 
I 
2 

12 
1 
3 

7 

1 


$ 

50 

50 

370 

950 

30 
350 
17S 
60 
80 

37S 
100 
30 
400 
100 

300 
30 
200 
200 
200 

1,280 

200 

SOO 

10 

105 

135 
500 
3,500 
900 
600 

ISO 
150 
850 
100 
100 

800 
SO 

400 
SO 

840 

40 
100 
100 
280 
175 

600 

1,500 

90 

200 
1,000 

950 
150 
600 
920 
55 

1,100 
220 
100 
ISO 
240 

SSO 

1,865 

100 

75 

165 

90 
900 

90 
300 
320 

8O0 

10 

60 

570 

120 

30 

30 

7O0 

8,000 

12,000 

480 
40 
150 
615 
200 


$ Exempt 

* 

* 
400 
590 

« 

300 

* 
* 
365 

250 
200 

* 

* 
* 

75 

♦ 

165 

775 

* 

250 
300 
100 

* 

100 

1,350 

500 

400 

* 

* 

« 
205 
125 

600 
SO 

475 

* 

* 
250 

* 

350 

215 
450 
IS 
100 
615 

150 
SOO 

250 

* 

* 

200 

* 

300 

* 

600 

* 

75 
40 

230 
450 

* 

40€ 

7S 

20G 
* 
* 
* 

40C 

* 
23C 
80« 

* . 

21,000 

* 

* 

250 

* 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 






SO 

SO 

770 

1,540 

30 
650 
175 

60 
445 

625 
300 
30 
400 
100 

375 
30 
365 
975 
200 

1,530 

SOO 

600 

10 

105 

235 
1,850 
4,000 
1,300 

600 

150 
150 

850 
305 
225 

1,400 

100 

875 

SO 

840 

40 
350 
100 
280 
525 

815 

1,950 

105 

300 

1,615 

1,100 
200 
600 

1,170 

55 

1,100 
420 
100 
450 
240 

1,150 

1,865 

175 

115 

165 

320 

1,440 

90 

700 

395 

1,000 
10 
6€ 

570 
520 

30 

260 

1,500 

8,000 

33,000 

480 
40 
150 
865 
2O0 




SO 

SO 

370 

950 

30 
350 
175 
60 
80 

375 
100 
30 
400 
100 

300 
30 
200 
200 
200 

1,280 

200 

500 

10 

105 

135 
SOO 
3,500 
900 
600 

150 
150 
850 
100 
100 

800 
SO 

400 
50 

840 

40 
100 
100 
280 
175 

600 

1,500 

90 

200 
1,000 

950 
150 
600 
920 
55 

1,100 
220 
100 
150 
240 

SSO 

1,865 

100 

75 

165 

90 
990 

90 
300 
320 

800 

10 

60 

570 

120 

30 

30 

700 

8,000 

12 000 

480 
40 
150 
615 
200 


.95 

.95 

13.86 

30.02 

.SO 

21.13 

5.24 

1.59 

9.28 

20.31 

7.50 

.70 

9.38 

1.95 

7.32 

.76 

10.95 

29.24 

6.00 

36.22 
10.50 
12.60 

.15 
2.79 

6!22 

60.12 

130.00 

42.25 

19.50 

4.88 
4.87 
27.63 
9.92 
7.31 

45.50 
3.2S 

28.45 
1.25 

15.12 

.72 

13.65 

1.80 

6.58 

7.88 

17.11 

40.95 

2.46 

6.00 

24.23 

23.10 

4.80 

11.40 

21.06 

.99 

40.15 
6.93 
1.65 
8.78 
4.80 

37.37 

60.61 

5.67 

3.75 

5.35 

10.40 
46.80 

1.80 
13.30 

7.50 

15.20 

.33 

.99 

9.41 

8.58 

.50 

4.29 

45.50 

260.00 

1,072.50 

11.28 
.94 

3.S2 
17.31 

3.00 


1.43 


Abrams, T, E 






1.43 


Abrahamson, Andrew 


Pruneland 


400 
590 


9.91 


Achilles, Fred 


Willamette Falls 


36.93 






.76 


Acker, John 


Green Point 


300 


23.05 






12.07 


Adams, W. S 


Minthorn 




2.74 


Adams, Frank 


Molalla 


365 

250 
200 


3.12 


Adams, Claude 


Oregon City 


24.69 


Adams, 0. L. Mrs 




3.76 


Adams, Pauline 


Milwaukie Heights 


1.06 








14.08 








3.89 




Willamette Falls 


75 


11.66 




Pleasant Little Homes 


1.13 


Adix, H. V 


165 

775 


13.79 


Adix, H. v., Dr 




13.79 


Adix, H. V. Mrs 




13.79 


Adkins E J & S. D 


Friends Oregon Colony 


250 
300 
100 


43.05 


. Ahalt Anna 


6. 45 






16.13 


Akin, Mable Dr 




.23 


Albee, Lou 






4.80 


Albee, E. V 




100 

1,350 

500 

400 


6.17 


Albright, F. E 

Albriffht Chas 




32.92 


Oregon City; undiv. i in 

Oregon City; undiv. i in 

Oregon City; undiv. i in 

Oregon City; undiv. 4 in 

Oregon City; undiv. i in 


230.44 




59.26 


Albriizht. Chas 


39.50 






9.88 






9.88 


Albrie-ht Olive 




55.97 






205 
125 

600 

SO 

475 


6.58 


Albrieht Marv A 




6.SS 


Albright, Elizabeth 




52.67 




3.29 


Aldredge, Bertrice 

Aleck John X 


Oregon City; fraction and.. . . 


26.34 
1.88 








27.03 


Alexander J T 


Windsor 




1.29 






250 


3.23 


Allen H C 




3.22 








9.86 






350 

215 
450 
15 
100 
615 

150 
SO 

250 


4.06 






19.35 






48.37 






3.17 






5.90 


Allen Alfred 




23.18 






30.64 






6.83 




Elk Rock Villas Tracts 


17.15 




24.43 


Amen, F. M. & M. E 




1.46 






52.34 






200 


5.54 


Andrus, T. C. & Ada 

Andrews, C. A. & L. M 

Andrpws C P 




2.52 


Willamette Tracts 


300 


5.83 
7.08 


Andrews, C. P 

Andrews, L. W 

Andrews, F. C 

Andrews, A. B 

Andrews, B. B. & L. W 

Andrews, E. B 

AnHrpwq T< W Mrs 




600 


36.21 




122.79 




75 
40 


6.58 




4.94 




10.87 




230 
450 


5.93 




65. IS 






2.66 






400 

75 

200 


8 96 






9.57 






17.92 


Andrews, L. A 

Andrews, Mrs. L. E 

Andrews, J. A 




.66 






1.51 






14.34 




400 



3.02 






.76 






230 
800 

iilooo 


.76 






46.08 




Oregon City; undiv. i in 


526.72 




790.08 


Anderson. Andrew Z 




16.91 






1.41 


Anderson. Hannah 






5.29 


Gladstone 


250 




18.16 


Anderson. Harrv P 


Orchard Homes 


4.64 



—97— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



lame of Tupajer 



Address 



No. of 
Lota 



General Fropertj Assessmests in 1910 



On Lots 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Propert y 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tai 
Exemptions 
1910 Would 
Have Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Would 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

lax Wonld 

Hare Been 



Anderson, J. D. & H.. 

Anderson, T.J 

Anderson, Geo. F 

Anderson, Geo. F 

Anderson, I.ief L . . , . 



Anderson, Orpha 

Anderson, Orpha O.. 
Anderson, Orpha 0.. 
Anderson, G. Frank. 
Anderson, G. Frank, 



Minthorn 

Minthorn 

Apperson's Add. Gladstone. 
Oregon City. . 
Pa 



Milwaukie Park. 



Anderson, Britha. 
Anderson, Alex. . . 
Anderson, Ben... . 
Anderson, Aaron.. 
Anderson, A. I 



Anderson, Walter. . 
Anderson, Chris E.. 

Anderson, Olga 

Anschutz, R. A 

Anthony, Minnie... 



Oregon City 

Apperson's Add. Gladstone.. 

Willannette Tracts 

Apperson's Add. Gladstone.. 
Willamette Tracts 



Oswego 

Hyde Park 

Carlsborg Tract 

Carlsborg Tract 

Clackamas Highlands.. 



Brightwood 

Boring Junction Tracts. 

Canby 

Brightwood 

New Era 



A. O. U.W.Hall... 

Apperson, J. T 

Apperson, J. T 

Apperson, J. T 

Applegate, Wm. H., 



Archerd, Chas. R 

Arighi, F 

Arighi, Frank 

Armstrong, L. E. & M. C. 
Armstrong, L. E 



Armstrong, Millard , , , , 

Arnold, August 

Arntson, E. & M 

A?cho(I, Otto 

Ash Camp No. 339 M^ 0. W 



Wilsonville 

Clackamas Heights Tract. 

Oregon City 

Park Place 

Willamette Tracts 



Oregon City 

Milwaukie 

Lewelling Park. 

Oak Grove 

Oak Grove 



Rosewood 

Pleasant Hill Park. 

Canby 

Pompeii 

Milwaukie 



Asher, M. C 

Ashbury, H. O. & Maud H.. 

Ast, Chas. & Mary E 

Astman, Veronica 

Atkinson, Matilda 



Heniiemans Acres 

Elk Rock Villas Tract. 

Sunset City 

Canby 

Minthorn 



Atkinson, Matilda W Minthorn 



Atwood, Abbie L 

Audstad, Johanna 

Auxier, R. V.. 

Auxier, R. V. & Ella B... 



Avery, Jerome.. 

Avery, B 

Avery, Grace G.. 
Avery, Emma... 
Ayers, Oscar. . . . 



Bailey, Oliver 

Babcock, C. C 

Babcock, Chas. C 

Babcock, Hattie L 

Bacon, Freelon G. & K. G.. 



Backus, Anna 

Backer, Mary A 

Bachman, F. & M 

Backman, Victor 

Bagby, C. W. & E. E 



Bair, W. H 

Bain, Rachel 

Bailey, Fred M. & Olive C. 

Bailey, Fred M 

Bailey, F. A 



Bailey, Fred A 

Baker, Margaret. . . . 
Baker, Margaret . . . . 
Baker, Laura Ellen.. 
Baker, Laura 



Baker, Julia E 

Baker, J. M. & D. M.... 
Baker, D. C. & Jennie. . 
Baker, J. D. & E. R.... 
Baker, E. R. & Emma. 



Baker, E. R 

Baker, Gabrilla. . 
Baker, G. Mrs.... 
Baker, Frank J.. 
Baker, Robt. W.. 



Baker, M. A 

Ball, E. E 

Ball, JohnH 

Baldwin, T. J 

Ballou, J, W. Mrs.. 



Milwaukie Park 

Robertson 

Minthorn 

K. & S. Add. Milwaukie. 



Weslyn 

Oregon City 

Pleasant Little Homes. 

Weslyn 

Oregon City 



Barlow 

Oregon City 

Oregon Citv 

Oregon City 

Willamette Falls Ac'rg Tr't. 



Concord Tracts. . 

Oregon City 

Park Place 

Carlsborg Tract. 
Green Point 



Canby 

Oregon City 

West Gladstone. 
West Gladstone. 
Robertson 



Robertson 

Weslyn 

Gladstone 

Willamette Falls. 
Buckman Tract . . 



Gladstone. . . 
Maywood . . . . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Willamette Tracts. 
Willamette Tracts. 



Willamette Falls... 

Weslyn 

Oswego 

Oak Grove. ._ 

S.q (Trans Peninsula,. 



20$ 

260 

90 

2,500 

120 

700 
600 
195 
600 
SSO 

125 
40 
300 
300 
380 

10 
100 
ISO 

10 
580 



35 

too 

4,400 

2,330 

250 

100 

440 

275 

1,050 

1,030 

200 
800 
290 
20 
350 

200 
350 
250 

175 
25 

20 
15 

50 

1,440 

75 

280 
300 
315 
280 
2,000 

250 

75 

1,200 

700 

200 

200 
100 
335 
600 
300 

185 
100 
100 
500 
130 

130 
150 
210 
125 
1,220 

80 
500 
700 
525 
125 

ISO 

50 
180 
300 
200 

250 
75 
200 
960 
250l 



210 
150 
800 



150 

* 

115 

200 

* 

* 
50 

* 
100 
200 

40 

800 

4,735 

1,150 

SO 



750 
875 
150 
525 



320 

650 

235 

1,000 

200 

360 
700 



175 
100 
200 

100 
325 

400 
SOO 

30 

ISO 

1,000 

100 



200 

200 

SO 

350 

350 

285 
235 



175 
915 



350 

200 

150 

75 
300 

400 

75 

SO 



20 

470 

240 

3,300 

120 

700 
600 
34S 
600 
665 

325 
40 
300 
300 
430 

10 
200 
350 

10 
620 

835 

100 

9,135 

3,480 

300 

100 
1,190 
1,150 
1,200 
1,555 

200 

1,120 

940 

255 

1,350 

400 
350 
610 

875 
25 

20 
15 

225 
1,540 

275 

380 
625 
315 
680 
2,500 

280 
225 
2,200 
700 
300 

200 
300 
535 
650 
6S0 

535 
385 
335 
SOO 
130 

130 
325 

1,125 
125 

1,220 

80 
500 
700 
87S 
125 

350 
50 
330 
375 
500 

650 
75 
275 
960 
300l 



210 
ISO 
800 



150 

iis 

200 



SO 



100 
200 



4,735 

1,150 

SO 



750 
875 
ISO 
525 



320 

650 

20 

1,000 

200 



360 
700 



17S 
100 
200 

100 
325 



400 
500 

30 

150 

1,000 



100 



200 

200 

SO 

350 

350 

285 
235 



1 75 
915 



350 



200 



ISO 

7S 
300 

400 

"75 

"so 



20$ 
260 

90 

2,500 

120 

700 
600 
195 
600 
SSO 



125 
40 
300 
300 
380 



10 
100 
150 

10 
580 

800 

100 

4,400 

2,330 

250 

100 

440 

275 

1,050 

1,030 

200 
800 
290 
235 
350 

200 
350 
250 
175 
25 

20 
15 

50 
1,440 

75 

280 
300 
315 
280 
2,000 

2S0 

7S 

1,200 

700 

200 

200 
100 
335 
600 
300 

185 
100 
100 
500 
130 

130 
150 
210 
125 
1,220 

80 
500 
700 
525 
125 

ISO 
50 
180 
300 
200 

250 
75 
200 
960 
250 



.53$ 

12.46 

4.80 

107.25 

2.82 

22.75 
12.00 
6.73 
12.00 
11 

8.44 

.80 

6.70 

6.30 

10.75 

.15 
3.40 
9.10 

.15 
9.30 



12. .52 

2.50 

268.88 

87.00 

5.8S 

3.25 
31.54 
30.46 
25.10 
32.65 

3.30 
16.80 
17.94 

3.90 
35.77 

9.40 

6.65 

10.98 

22.75 

.66 

.R3 

.36 

5.29 

36.21 

7.28 

13.89 
20.30 
7.98 
24.81 
81.25 

5.04 

7.30 

71.50 

22.75 
5.85 

3.00 

7.50 

13.38 

14.05 

21.12 

13.92 
12.51 

6.70 
10.00 

3.06 

3.06 
S.86 

22.50 
2.44 

19.52 

1.60 

8.40 

22.75 

28.45 

4.07 

11.38 
1.25 
8.25 
7.31 
9.74 

12.67 
1.36 
S.23 

20.16 

4. sol 



-98— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 





iddresB 


So. of 
Lots 


denetil Property ABsessmonts in 1910 


Single Tu 
Exemptions 
1910 Vonld 
Have Been 


Single Tai 
Assessment 
1910 Would 
Have Been 


Actlal Tai 

Paid tor 

1910 


Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tal ¥onld 

H&T0 Been 


Name of Taxpayer 


OaLots 


Buildings & 
PersonEil 
Property 


Total 
Assessment 


Balcom, G. & G 


Oak Grove 


1 

2 
2 
2 
2 

I 

3 

30 


$ 50 
125 
100 
200 
ISO 

125 

150 

17,200 


$ 225 
200 

* 

300 
SO 

230 

* 

35,200 

Exempt 

250 

* 

150 
2S0 

275 

200 
* 
* 

300 
5,900 

* 

70 
2,450 

* 

1,720 

* 
800 
SSO 
300 

600 

*/ , 

* 
* 

440 

* 
* 

* 

485 
25 
* 
* 

* 

* 

* 
250 
150 

* 

100 

* 
* 

ISO 
200 
400 

* 

250 

75 
* 

265 

* 
* 

* 
100 
625 

* 

* 
* 

* 

300 

* 

500 

* 

275 
52S 

* 

200 
2S0 

S75 
550 

* 


$ 275 
325 
100 
500 
200 

355 

150 

52,400 


$ 225 
200 


$ SO 
125 
100 
200 
ISO 

125 

150 

17,200 


$ S.77 
6.83 
2.10 
13.20 
5.20 

6.38 

2.70 

988.00 


$ 1.61 


Ballantyne, H. E 


Oak Grove 


4.0,} 


Ballautyne, Pearl Allen 

Bany, S. W 




3.23 




300 
SO 

230 

35,266 


9.41 






7 05 


Bancke. J. G 


Canemah 


3.32 






3.9!^ 


Bank of Oregon City 


Oregon City 


1,132.44 








Barnhart^ Phoebe Mrs 


.TpTipin£w T'<^d£jp 


i 

2 
4 
13 

6 

3 

8 
2 
3 

2 

1 

2 
8 
2 

19 
2 
10 

2 

2 
2 

4 

6 

4 

3 
2 

7 

4 
2 
2 
1 

3 

2 
2 

4 

2 

1 

4 
1 
1 

8 

2 
2 
2 
3 

39 
96 

2 

3 
2 
2 
17 

1 

2 

2 
2 


ISO 

300 
175 
325 
200 
90 

500 

2,200 

80 

90 

10,400 

100 

385 

5,000 

660 

200 

1,370 

900 

1,450 

40 

1,000 

160 
160 
25 
750 
400 

240 
440 
200 
600 
385 

625 
175 
70 
280 
500 

20 
160 
180 
120 
175 

100 
275 
70 
100 
175 

125 
400 
125 
70 
140 

180 
220 
230 
20 
120 

SO 
300 
200 
160 
ISO 

30 

585 

1,680 

125 

40 

600 
200 
200 
950 
90 

150 

400 
500 
700 
180 


ISO 

550 
175 
475 
450 
365 

700 

2,200 

80 

390 

16,300 

100 
455 

7.450 
660 

1,920 

1,370 
1,700 
2,000 
340 
1,000 

760 
160 
25 
750 
400 

240 
880 
200 
600 
385 

1,110 

200 

70 

280 

500 

20 
160 
180 
370 
325 

100 
375 
70 
100 
175 

275 
600 
525 
70 
390 

255 
220 
495 
20 
120 

SO 
400 
825 
160 
150 

30 

585 

1,680 

425 

40 

1,100 
200 
475 

1,475 
90 

3S0 

650 

1,075 

1,250 

180 




ISO 

300 
175 
325 
200 
90 

500 

2.200 

80 

90 

10,400 

100 
385 
5,000 
660 
200 

1,370 

900 

1,450 

40 

1,000 

160 
160 

25 
750 
400 

240 
440 
200 
600 
385 

625 
175 

70 
280 
500 

20 
160 
180 
120 
175 

100 
275 
70 
100 
175 

12s 
400 
125 
70 
140 

180 
220 
230 
20 
120 

SO 
300 
200 
160 
ISO 

30 

585 

1,680 

125 

40 

600 
200 
200 
950 
90 

150 

400 
500 
700 
180 


2.52 

17.88 
5.70 

11.18 
8.77 
9.66 

32. SO 

36.96 

1.60 

11.70 

529.75 

2.10 

6.82 

242.12 

13.20 

62.40 

27.40 
55.25 
33.00 
5.61 
32.50 

15.20 

2.88 

.42 

27.37 

7.60 

4.80 
17.60 

4.20 
12.60 

S.78 

17.34 
6.49 
1.65 
6.58 

11.75 

.50 

4.16 

S.8S 

11.10 

9.76 

3.25 
11.24 
1.82 
3.00 
3.16 

5.37 

10.80 

10.25 

1.65 

7.80 

4.20 

4.62 

7.42 

.33 

2.82 

1.18 
12.99 
16.49 
3.20 
3.52 

.71 

21.35 

61.32 

8.29 

.66 

33.00 
4.00 
Q.SO 

34.65 
2.93 

11.37 
21 12 
34.94 
40.62 

5.85 


3.70 






250 


19.75 


Bardsley, K. M 


Oregon City; 1-7 int 


11.52 


Barnes, E. W 




ISO 
250 

275 

200 


11.44 


Bames, L. J. & E. E 


Willamette Tracts 


7.78- 


Barker, G.N 


Min thorn , 

Oregon City 


4.11 
39.50 






55.59 


Barr HA 


Hyde Park 




2.3ft 


Barr Jas W & E M 




366 
5,900 


6.21 


Barclay, A. C. A 


Oregon City 


684.74 


Oak Grove 


4.84 


Barney, Peter & Lizzie 

P.arlow M E 


Concord IVacts 


70 
2,450 


8.92 




329.20 


Barlow, F. T 




19.41 


Barlow, F. T 




1,726 


13.17 






40.43 






800 
SSO 
300 


59.26 


Harlow Addle P 




36.48 


Barlow. C. U 




1.01 




Oregon City ". 


65.84 




600 


4.72 


Barlow W & J S 




4.25 








.63 


Barrett, Mary B 






35.69 






11.43 




Apperson's Add. to Gladstone 




7.08 


Bartach Chas 


440 


12.98 






6. 45 


Barnett Owen W. & A. G. . 






19.35 


Barkaeale Wm. B 


Tualatin Meadov?s 




8.92 




Gordon Glen Home Tracts. . . 


485 
25 


14.4<> 


Rasa G S 


11.52 






2.46 








9.86 









17.61 








.75 




Weeds' Add. to Canby 




7.53 






11.85 






250 
150 


8.28 


Bates, John L 




12.07 




6.5» 


■Ro+pq J L 




100 


18.97 






3.2<> 








(1.90 


Battpv Z C 






4.70 






150 

200 
400 


4.86 


Batdorf, Edmond T. 

BnfHnrf Marearpt L 




12.87 


Willamette Falls 


4.86 


BatcheUer, L. H 




2.46 


We&t Gladstone 


250 

75 


4.13 






4.41 




Molalla 


8.S9 






265 


S.33 






.49 


Baumgartner. A. S 

Baumgardner, Harriet 

Baxter, J ane 






4.22 






1.76 




100 
625 


19.75 




5.90 


Baxter, C. A. & Grace 

Bayard, Henri , 




4.72 






5.28 






1.06 


Ba-vlpv F 1 . 






27.83 








79.93 




Willamette Falls 


300 


4,86 


Beall J S 




1.00 






500 


41.77 






S.90 


Beaph Mnrt-h^ -\ 




275 
S25 


5.90 






33.47 






5.93 


Beara, Frank W, & Myrtle.. . 
Beaulieu, .i. C 




200 
250 

575 
550 


9.8S 




26.34 




32.92 






46.09 




11.85 



-99- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



N&mo of T&zpajBr 



AddresB 



Ho. of 

Lots 



Geneiil Property ismimnita in 1910 



On Lots 



Bnildiigal 
Perso^ 
Property 



Total 



Siiiglelai 
Xxemptlons 
1910 T onld 
laTi Been 



Single la 
Aesessment 
1910 ¥oBld 
Have Been 



AotnalTkx 

Paid for 

1910 



Ttxlbrl910 

UndtrSijule 

Tax Tmul 

Ea-raBHn 



Beaverton & W. R. R. Co.. . 
Beavei-ton & W. R. R. Co.. . 
Beaverton & W. R. R. Co.. . 
Beaverton & W. R. R. Co.. . 
Becton, Walter C. & A 



Beokley, Nellie 

Beckner, Walter E. 

BeerB, Chas 

Beertt, Frank 

,J.B , 



Beeman, E. W 

Beetchen, G 

BeetBchen, Gottlieb. 

Bennett, F. M 

Bennett, Jas 



Bennett, Thos. & Mary G.. 
Benson, Nels & Hannah. . . 

Benson, Fred 

Bentley, C. J. & M 

Bentley, C. J. & Margaret.. 



Bentley, L, E 

Bentley Realty Co 

Beighley, Ida M 

Bell, Merton & Emma. 
Bell, Jas 



Bell, Alfred W... 
Bell, Maggie N... 

Bell, LidaD 

Bell, Louise 

Bellew, John W.. 



Belfils, L. E 

Bennett, John <fe Esther. 

Bertschinger, E. C 

Bernstein, Salome S. C. . 
Bermoser, B 



Berry, A 

Bemier, Frank. . 
Bemier, Chas.... 

Bertilsen, E 

Berger, Mary E.. 



Bergren, Karl 

Bernard, G. W 

Berdine, E. P. & Ida E. 

Berdine, Harry 

Berg, S.B 



Berg, August 

Bethke, Herman 

Betz, Geo 

Betzel, Frank 

Betania Evan. Free Church. 



Bevens, C. K 

Bickell, Lillian A.. 

Bickner, Jos 

Bickner, .Tos 

Bickner, Wm. F,. , 



Bickner, J. B 

Bickner, Victoria . . . 
Biohner, Victoria . . . 

Bichner, Jos 

Biddle, Margaret B., 



Biddle, W. S 

Bigger, H.J. & E. J 

Bigham, R. P. & A. C... 

Bighara, Geo 

Bigham, Chas & Jennie. 



Bigham, T. H 

Bin, D. K 

Bin, Gus 

Bingham, C. Blanche. 
Bingman, Jennie 



Bingman, J. K. (Heirs). 

Bingman, M. H 

Birks, W. D 

Birkenieier, F 

Berkemeier, Fred 



Birkemeier, H. C. 
Bissell, Wm. E..., 

Bittner, John 

Bittner, Richard.. 
Bittner, Richard.. 



Bitzer, Mary (Heirs) . 

Bivert. J. M 

Black, Laura M 

Black, James H 

Black. .Jas. H 



Milwaukie.. 
Milwaukie.. 
Robertson . 
Rosewood . 
Wealyn 



Gladstone 

Jennings Lodge. 

Estacada 

Sandy 

Oregon City 



Hyde Park 

Miuthom 

Minthorn 

Willamette Falls. 
Oregon City 



Boring Jet. Tracts 

Milwaukie 

Carlsborg Tracts 

Friends Oregon Colony. 
Friends Oregon Colony. 

Oak Grove 



Oregon City. 

Milwaukie Park. . 

Gladstone 

Willamette Park. 



Sandy 

Marshfield . . . 
Marshfield . . . 
Hyde Park. . 
Oregon City. 



1st Add. to Estacada. 

Oak Grove 

Canby 

Fielding Tracts 

Canby 



Willamette Tracts.. 

Gladstone 

Green Point 

Barlow 

Hyde Park 



Barlow 

Clackamas Heights Tracts... 

Willamette Falls 

VViUamette Tualatin Tracts. 
Barlow 



Milwaukie 

Oswego 

Jennings Lodge. 

Oregon City 

Canby; exempt.. 



Willamette Tualatin Tracts. 

Concord Tracts 

Oswego 

South Oswego 

Oswego 



Oswego 

South Oswego... . 
.^outh Oswego .... 

Oswego 

Waverly Heights.. 

Waverly Heights.. 

Green Point 

Oak Grove 

Oak Grove 

Oak Grove 



Oak Grove 

Oregon City 

Minthorn 

Concord Tracts. 
Canemah 



Canemah 

Gladstone 

Milwaukie Park 

Milwaukie Heights. 
Milwaukie Heights. 



Milwaukie... . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Sunset City. . 



Oregon City. 
Rosewood. . . 
Robertson . . . 
Minthorn. . . . 
Minthorn. . . . 



4 
8 
27 
2 
I 



2 

2 

2 
7 
8 

4 
29 

7 
2 
2 

I 

1 

I 

10 

4 

2 
4 
2 
6 
I 

I 
II 

2 
3 
2 



425 



825 
100 
350 

100 
300 
230 

75 
75 

100 
375 

30 
400 

80 

125 

no 

300 

25 

420 

350 
1,400 

no 

200 
250 

80 
60 
60 
40 
200 

150 
600 
200 
400 
570 

150 
100 
250 
125 
140 

80 

325 

250 

760 

2.200 

!,0I0 

2,140 

2,100 

175 



$ 
Right of 



400$ 



100 
225 
250 
300 
1,000 

550 
255 
150 
735 
3,750 

3,500 

1,725 

625 

300 

850 

250 
350 
730 
280 
640 

600 

1,505 

80 

320 
3,895 

ISO 
450 
2,150 
200 
100 

600 

325 

120 

30 

75 



200 
200 



200 



400 
350 



525 



160 



200 



135 

565 



800 
250 



300 
315 



670 

335 
785 

2,000 

100 

2,440 

2,065 

375 



825 

825 
100 
350 

100 
500 
430 

75 
75 

100 
375 

70 
425 

80 

325 

no 

300 

25 
420 

750 
1,750 

no 

725 
250 

240 
60 
60 
40 

400 

285 

1,165 

200 

400 

1,370 

400 
100 
550 
440 
140 

750 
660 

1,035 
760 

4,200 

1,110 

4,580 

4,165 

550 



400 



425 



21.85 



200 
200 



200 



400 
350 



525 



160 



200 



135 
565 



800 
250 



300 
315 



670 
335 

785 



2,000 

100 
2,440 
2,065 

375 



825 
100 
350 

100 
300 
230 

75 
75 

100 
375 

30 
400 

80 

125 

no 

300 

25 

420 

350 
1,400 

no 

200 
250 

80 
60 
60 
40 
200 

150 
600 
200 
400 
570 

150 
100 
250 
125 
140 

80 

325 

250 

760 

2,200 

1,010 

2,140 

2,100 

175 



19.40 
1.65 

12.78 

2.00 
8.40 
13.20 
2.26 
2.43 

2.00 
8.81 
1.65 
8.28 
2.6U 

5.52 
2.91 
6.30 
.60 
10.08 

15.75 
56.88 

2.59 
14.49 

5.75 

7.20 

1.38 

1.38 

.80 

13.00 

8.54 

24.46 

5.20 

7.60 

45.62 

7.80 
2.00 
17.88 
7.21 
2.80 

12.37 
13.80 
20.17 
14.82 
69.30 

29.41 

116.42 

69.97 

17.03 



750 

700 

300 
270 
500 
350 



505 
365 
300 
390 

100 
300 
50 
370 
300 

575 
50 



350 

1,900 

240 

300 

200 
200 



100 
225 

1,000 
300 

1,700 

850 

525 

650 

1,085 

3,750 

3,500 

2,230 

990 

600 

1,240 

350 
650 
780 
650 
940 

1,175 

1,555 

80 

320 

3,895 

150 
800 
4,050 
440 
400 

800 

525 

120 

30 

?S 



750 



700 

300 
270 
500 
350 



505 
365 
300 
390 

100 
300 
50 
370 
300 

575 
50 



350 

1,900 

240 

100 

200 
200 



100 

225 

250 

300 

1,000 

550 
255 
150 
735 
3,750 

3,500 

1,725 

625 

300 

850 

250 
350 
730 
280 
640 

600 

1,505 

80 

320 
3,895 

150 
450 
2,150 
200 
300 

600 

325 

120 

30 

75 



1.95 
3.37 

26.00 
5.70 

44.20 

22,10 
9.88 
12.35 
28.22 
88.13 

82.25 
72.47 
20.80 
12.60 
26.03 

7. 35 
21.13 
19.30 

9,75 
17.42 

21.15 

31.10 

1.88 

7.52 

91.53 

3.53 

26.00 

131.61 

7.92 

7.20 

26.00 

8.67 

2.82 

.79 

1.76 



—100— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Kama of T&xpajer 



Address 



Ho. of 
Lots 



Genenl Piopertj issessmsnts inl910 



On Lots 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 

Eiomptions 
1910 Tonld 
Have Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Wonld 
Have Been 



lotnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Singla 

lax ¥omd 

EaTO Been 



Black, J.H 

Blaue, 0. A 

Blaue, F. H. & Louia. 

Blackburn, F. M 

Blackburn, W. R 



Blackburn, A. R 

Blannhard, T. & J 

Blanchard, T 

Blanchard, Ladora 

Blanchard, R.J 



Blanchard, M. & R. L.. 

Blanchard, T. Jr 

Blanchard, Bridget 

Blanchard, B 

BlacUerby, Levia A.. . . 



Blackerby, Levia A — Oak Grove. 

Blanchet, I^ewis & Bessie. . . . Milwaukie Park. 

Blakeslee, C. L 

Blackwell, CeUa 

Blake, C. F 



Minthorn 

Barlow ; 20 acres . . . , 
Barlow; 8.96 acres. 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 

'■Jew Era 

Oregon City. 
Canemah 



Canemah. 
■Jew Era., 



Oswego 

Milwaukie Park. 



Oregon City. 

Windsor 

Clackamas Highlands.. 



Blanken, Herman 

Blaney, O. C 

Bleker, Edward G 

Blount, W. A. & Servia T.. 
Blount, J. F. & I-eolie 



Block, W.L 

Block, W.L 

Blood, W.H 

Blood, Herbert W.. 
Blood, H.W 



Blossom, R. H — 
Bloomer, M. Ella . 
Bloom, Julia A — 
Bluhm, W. & L... 
Bluhm, Chris 



Bluhm, C. & A 

Boardman, Goodrich D. . 
Boardman, G. D. & E.... 
Boardman, G. D. &E.... 
Boardman, Elizabeth 



Boardman, G. D 

Boardman, G. D 

Boerner, W. E. & F 

Boekman, Minnie 

Bofinger, W.F 



Bogges, H. M 

Bogges, Jas. H 

Bohi, Mary 

Bohrer, Catherine. 
Boltman, Perry... 



Bolstad, A. L 

Boylan, D. L. & Minnie M. 
Bonham, Frank & Minnie.. 

Boner, W. W 

Boner, Jeimie E 



Boring, O. W 

Bosso, Anselmo, et al 

Boswell, Rachael 

Bottomiey, Wm. & Dora. 
Bourne. Jonathan Jr 



Bourdet, Victor 

Bowers, A. D 

Bowers, Narcissa A. 
Bowman, Joshua C. 
Bowman, Merrit. . . . 



Bowman, Ge©. W., 

Bowman, B. H 

Boys, John E 

Boys, E. A 

Boyoe, J. E. A 



Boyce, J. M 

Boyer, E. R. & H. E . 

Boyles, Jennie E 

Boyles, P. M 

Boyles, Nelia J 



Bozorth, E. F 

Bratlie, B 

Bradley, Mary A.. 
Bradley, Mary L.. 
Brady, E. A 



Oswego 

.Atkinsons Tracts.. 

Robertson 

Gladstone 

Gladstone 



Gladstone 

Oregon City 

st Add. Estacada. 

Estacada 

Estacada 



Boltman, Perry 

Bolin, Peter J. & Edith. . 

Bolton, A. D 

Bolton, A. D 

Bolle, Alex 



Oregon City 

Elk Rook Villas.... 
Willamette Tracts.. 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Oregon City 

Jennings Lodge. 
Jennings Lodge. 
Jennings Lodge. 
Jennings Lodge. 



Jennings Lodge 

Jennings Lodge 

Clackamas Heights. 
Willamette Tracts. 
Milwaukie Park. ... 



Vew Era 

Oregon City 

Park Place 

Milwaukie Park 

Ist Add. to Estacada. 



Minthom 

Barlow 

Minthorn 

Ist. Add. to Estacada. . 
1st Add. to Estacada. . 

Boring Junction Tract. 

Maplehurst 

MolaUa 

Oregon City; i int 

Oswego 



1st. Add. to Estacada. 

Willamette Tract 

Canemah 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Estacada 

Clackamas Park. 
Jennings Lodge., 
lennings Lodge . . 
lennings Lodge. . 



Ragle Creek Orchards . 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Molalla 

Molalla 



Minthorn 

Pleasant Little Homes. 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Zobists Add. to Estacada .. . 

Jennings Lodge 

dlackamas Heights 

Minthorn 

Oregon City. 



2 

2 
2 

17 
4 
7 
4 
14 1-3 



120 
675 
600 
60 
120 

SO 
SOO 

40 
300 
7S0 

60 

40 

125 

240 

400 

175 
160 
310 
200 

275 

250 
500 
1,375 
330 
330 

400 

700 

SO 

1 25 

275 

1,020 
ISO 
300 
225 
800 

300 
600 
900 
4,990 
890 

300 
ISO 
ISO 
ISO 
60 

80 
SOO 
240 
ISO 
100 

00 
400 
35 
40 
SO 

250 

SOO 

7S 

SO 

SO 

75 

3,250 

100 

455 

1,600 

80 
ISO 
ISO 
450 
300 

60 

450 

1,000 

1,200 

360 

5,320 
625 
700 
160 
130 

255 
60 

520 
1,825 
2,000 



475 
ISO 

945 

200 
250 

200 



100 
250 
SOO 

250 



600 
500 
430 



300 

SO 

600 

200 



ISO 



ISO 
335 



200 
600 



275 
100 
250 



20 

200 
100 
SOO 



200 

160 

350 



ISO 

45 



265 



400 
100 



300 

SO 

2U0 

ISO 



2S0 

1,050 

820 



120 

I, ISO 

601 

60 

270 

50 
1,445 

40 

500 

1,000 

260 
40 
125 
240 
400 

275 
410 
810 
200 
525 

350 
500 
1,975 
830 
760 

400 
1,000 
100 
725 
475 

1,020 
300 
300 
375 

1,135 

500 

600 

1,500 

4,990 

890 

300 
425 
250 
400 
60 

100 
SOO 
440 
250 
600 

90 

400 

35 

40 

250 

250 
660 

75 

400 

SO 

75 

3,250 

250 

500 

1,600 

80 

SO 

415 

450 

300 

460 

450 

1,100 

1,200 

360 

S,320 
925 
750 
360 
280 

255 
60 

770 
2,875 
2,820 



475 



ISO 



945 



200 
250 



200 



100 
250 
500 



250 
100 



600 
500 
430 



300 

SO 

600 

200 



ISO 



ISO 
335 



200 



600 



275 
100 
250 



20 



200 
100 
500 



200 



160 



350 



150 

45 



265 



400 



100 



300 

SO 

200 

150 



250 

1,050 

820 



120 
675 
600 
60 
120 

SO 
SOO 

40 
300 
750 

60 

40 

125 

240 

400 

175 
160 
310 
200 

275 

250 
500 
1,375 
330 
330 

400 

700 

50 

125 

275 

1,020 
ISO 
300 
225 
800 

300 
600 
900 
4,990 
890 

300 
ISO 
ISO 
ISO 
60 

80 
SOO 
240 
ISO 
100 

90 
40D 
35 
40 
50 

250 

500 

75 

50 

50 

75 

3 250 

100 

455 

1,600 

80 
ISO 
ISO 
450 
300 

60 

450 

1,000 

1,200 

360 

5,320 
625 
700 
160 
130 

255 
60 

520 
1,825 
2,000 



3.IS,S 
18.97 
9.90 
1.08 
4.86 

.90 
41.28 

.60 
16.25 
18.00 

4.68 
.60 
3.26 
6.24 
5.64 

5.78 
9.64 

26.32 
3.60 

13.13 

9.10 
12.75 
46.41 
16.60 
15.20 

8,00 
32.50 

3.00 
21.74 
14.25 

33.14 

9.00 

5.85 

12.17 

36.90 

16. 25 
10.08 
25.20 
83.83 
14.95 



1.50 
16.22 
11.00 

5.88 
18.00 

2.70 
6.72 
.87 
1.06 
6.2S 

6.63 
11.58 

1.77 
12.00 

1.50 

1.28 
82.88 

5.25 
16.25 
41.60 

2.40 
2.93 
7.48 
14.63 
9.76 

13.80 
10.35 
18.48 
20.16 
6.05 

79.80 
30.05 
24.37 

7.56 

S 

7.94 

I. S3 

25.03 

93.45 

74 75 



—101- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taxpajer 



iddress 



Ko.ot 
Lots 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Lots 



Bnlldlngs & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tai 
Sxemptions 
1910 Wonld 
Hare Been 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Vonld 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Singlo 

Tax Toold 

Have Been 



Brady, Margaret. . . 

Brady, Anna 

Bradtl, E. E 

Bradford, CD 

Brandt, E. & J. W., 



Oswego 

Oregon City 

Canby 

Milwaukie Park. 
Minthorn 



Brandt, Katherine Oak Grove 



Brandt, K. & Arbid. 

Brandt, Harry 

Branham, J. C 

Brayton, A. M. Mra.. 

Braunschweiger, H., 

Brakke, B. Mrs 

Bremer, Caroline 

Bremer, August 

Brewster, Wm. L.. . . 



Brezee, F. N 

Brezee, Anna 

Bristerfieldt, Anna. . . 
Britton, J. E. & A. J.. 
Brimhall, Charles W.. 



Brimhall, L. K 

Briggs, Joseph F. & M. A.... 

Briggs, E. D. & Nellie 

Brigga, Maurice E 

Briggs, John W. & Maria E . 



Briggs, Maria E 

Britton, S. T 

Brickley, A. W 

Bridenstine, David N. 
Bridenstine, D. N 



Bridges, Isom C. . 
Bridgeford, M. A.. 
Broetje, Julius. . . . 

Broetje, F. G 

Broetje, Emily L.. 



Bronaugh, Earl C 

Bronaugh, Grace L 

Brooks, L. J 

Brooks, J. B 

Brooks, J. W. & Laura. 



Brooks, Alex B 

Broughton, Clara 

Broughton, Geo 

Broneer, G. F 

Brobst, Sophia 



Brownell, Alma C. 
Brownell, Alma C. 
Brownell, Alma C. 
Brownell, Alma C 
Brownell, Alma C. 



Brownell, Alma C . . 
Brownell, Alma C. . . 
Brownell, Florence. . . 
Brown, G. H. & R. J. 
Brown, G. H 



Brown, Geo. H... 
Brown, Harry A.. 
Brown, Henry A., 

Brown, T. E 

Brown, R. A 



Brown, Thos. L 

Brown, A. S. & M. D., 

Brown, John T 

Brown, Lydia C 

Brown, T. J 



Brown, Elizabeth. 
Brown, Klizabeth. 

Brown, Peter 

Brown, Theo. F... 
Brown. Mary E.. , . 



Brown, G. A. S.. . 

Brown, R. W 

Brown, Geo. G 

Brown, Matthew. 
Bruce, Jos 



Bruce, Wm. M. & E. M.. 

Bruce, Ida 

Bruns, E. F 

Brunner, Joseph 

Brunner, Joseph 



Bryden, D. C 

Bryant, J. E 

Buckles, A. B 

Buckley, D. J. Jr 

Buckley. Wm 



Willamette Park 

Estacada 

Boring Junction Tracts. 
Oregon City 



Oswego 

Clackamas Riverside. 

Willamette Falls 

Oregon City 

Waverly Heights 



Marshfield 

Marshfield 

Windsor 

Willamette Falls, 
lennings Lodge . , 



Cable Acres 

Gladstone 

Milwaukie Park. 
Milwaukie Park., 
Milwaukie Park. 

Milwaukie Park. 

Glen Echo 

Brickley Tracts., 

Estacada 

Estacada 



Oregon City 

Minthorn 

ftroetjes Acre Homes. 

Pompeii 

Pompeii 



Jennings Lodge 

Jennings Lodge 

Sunset City 

Sunset City 

Boring Junction Tract.. 



3herryville Tracts. 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Gladstone 

Wilsonville 



Pompeii 

31adstone 

Jennings I.,odge. . 
Milwaukie Park. 
Molalla 



Oregon City. 

Bolton 

Gladstone — 

New Era 

^ew Era. ... 



Albert Lee's Add. Canby.. 

'Clackamas Heights 

Joolridge Home Tracts. . . 

Milwaukie Heights 

Milwaukie Park 



Milwaukie Park 

lackamas Heights. 

Barlow 

\rdenwald 

Oswego 



Minthorn. . . . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 

Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 

Windfior 

Rockland. . . , 
Oregon City. 



Oregon City 

Minthorn 

Sandy 

Park Place 

Clackamas Highlands.. 



Jennings Lodge 

Clackamas Heights Tracts.. 

Oregon City 

Marchbanks 

Marchbanks 



I 

4 
I 

3 1-3 

2 
1 

7 
7 

2 
6 
1 

n 
I 

s 

2 
I 
9 

2 

S 

i 
2 
5 
4 

2 
I 

3 
1 
1 

1 

2 
1 
2 

2 

2 
I 
1 



470 
200 
600 
750 
40 

400 
S2S 
ISO 
160 
180 

300 
1,000 

250 
1,400 
1,800 

90 

50 

SO 

975 

300 

300 
360 
200 
475 
110 

200 

7,390 

1,750 

120 

120 

180 
60 
1,100 
20 
20 

1,900 

2,500 

200 

275 
80 

40 
125 

450 
20 

25 

20 
860 
300 
200 

40 

1,000 
160 
100 
280 
280 

80 
210 
700 

420 
45 

230 
130 
120 
330 
265 

75 
SO 
60 
140 
140 

550 
500 
150 
20 
100 

125 

30 

75 

160 

465 

500 

250 

400 

25 

25 



300 
450 
550 
200 

300 



47S 
240 



380 
445 
650 
100 



400 

* 

100 
3S0 

25 

* 

ISO 

2,425 

300 

* 

490 
120 

425 



100 
730 



20 



400 

1.50 
30 

300 

25 

50 
220 
215 

450 
180 

275 

400 
400 

225 

170 
250 



300 
175 



1,200 



470 

500 

1,050 

1,300 

240 

700 
525 
151 
635 
420 

300 
1,380 

695 
2,050 
1,900 

90 

SO 

SO 

1,375 

300 

400 
710 
200 
500 
110 

350 

9,815 

2,050 

120 

610 

300 

60 

1,525 

20 

20 

2,000 

3,230 

200 

275 

100 

40 
125 
450 
20 
25 

20 
860 
300 
200 

40 

1,400 
160 
100 
430 
310 

380 
210 

725 

420 

45 

280 
350 
335 
330 
715 

75 
230 

60 
140 
415 

950 
900 

37S 

20 

270 

375 

30 

75 

460 

640 

500 

250 

1,600 

25 
25 



300 
450 
550 
200 

300 



475 
240 



380 
445 
650 
100 



400 



100 
3S0 



25 



ISO 

2,425 

300 



490 
120 



100 
730 



ISO 
30 



300 

"25 



50 
220 
215 



4S0 



180 



27S 

400 
400 

225 



170 
250 



300 
175 



1,200 



470$ 
200 
600 
750 
40 



400 
525 
150 
160 
180 

300 
1,000 

250 
1,400 
1,800 

90 

SO 

50 

975 

300 

300 
360 
200 
475 
110 

200 

7,390 

1,750 

120 

120 

180 
60 
1,100 
20 
20 

1,900 

2,500 

200 

275 
80 

40 
125 
450 

20 

25 

20 
860 
300 
200 

40 

1,000 
160 
100 

280 
280 

80 
210 
700 
420 

45 

230 
130 
120 
330 
265 

75 
SO 
60 
140 
140 

550 
500 
ISO 
20 
100 

125 

30 

75 

160 

465 

500 

2.S0 

400 

25 

25 



12.22 
16.25 
27.30 
30.56 
6.37 

14.70 
12.07 
4.50 
10.79 
10.50 

7.80 
27.69 
13.55 
66.62 
44.65 

2.07 

1.15 

.90 

30.07 

5.04 

9.40 
14.20 

4.70 
11.76 

2.59 

8.23 

196.29 

74.79 

3.60 

14.38 

9.75 

1.59 

35.82 

.33 

.34 

33.66 
S4.2S 

3 60 
4.96 
1.70 

.60 

4.05 

14.63 

.40 

.37 

.33 
17.20 
5.04 
4.70 

.84 

45.50 
2.28 
2.00 
6.45 
4.65 

9.88 
5.25 
12.33 
9 87 
1.06 

6 58 
8. 75 
5. 52 

4 95 
18.58 

1.98 
7.48 
1.95 
3.50 
10.38 

30.88 
29.25 

6.75 
.30 

8.78 

12.19 
.79 
2.24 
11.50 
16.00 

8.40 

6.25 

32.50 

.59 

.58 



—102^ 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



lamo of Taxpayer 



Buckley, Johanna Marchbanks. 

. Buckner, Win Windsor . 



Bucklein, Clara . . . 
Bucklein, Clara . . . 
Buckbee, James. . 

Buck, Elizabetb. . 

Buck, Shii-ley 

Buck, J. A 

Budorich, Justin. 
BuUard, Frank. . . 



Bullock, Geo. S 

Bullock, A. H 

BuUivant, Ethel C. 
Runnell, Lucinda J. 
Bunnell, C. B 



Burford, A. R 

Burley & Stafford. 
Burgess, John L.. . 
Burgess, Ida M — 
Burgess, Ida M 



Burgess, F. D 

Bulges, John S.. . 

Burk, F. C 

Burke, I.J. Mis.. 
Burton, Mary C. 



Burton, Mary K. . 

Burdine, E. P 

Burdon, E 

Burns, Wm. E — 
Burns, Maggie E.. 



Burns, C. E. Jr 

Burrell, Inv. Co 

Burrow, Jas. A 

Burrows, Thos 

Burrows, F. W 



Burris, Anna L 

Burmeister, Eliza M. . . 

Buse, August 

Busch, Anna 

Busch, Frank & Anna. 



Busch, Frank 

Busby, Frank M.. 

Bushong Co 

Bustinell, Clara L.. 
Bushenbille, I 



Bushbaum, Ray 

Bushbaum, Ravmond R... 

Butler, A. J...." 

Butler, M. A. L 

Butcher, Edith 



Butson, J 

Butt, M. M 

Buzan, Mary A.. 
Buzbe, F. & M.. 
Byrd, W. H 



Byrd, W.H 

Cady, J. M 

OahUl, Enos 

Cahill, Enos 

Cain, M. A. Mrs.. 



Calkins, W. H. & I. M.. 

Calliff, Clara I 

Callahan, Delia 

Calligan, ThoB. &G. E., 
Campbell, J. U 



Campbell, Jennie P., 

Campbell, John 

Campbell, Geo. L — 
Campbell, Hugh. . . . 
Campbell, H. G 



Campbell, E. K 

Campbell, Robert . . 
Campbell, Barbara. 
Campbell, Baptist.. 
Cartlidge, Pearl G. , 



Cartwright, R. L 

Carvell, C 

Gary, R. W. &W,F.. 

Case, Mary E 

Case, Minnie V 



Mdress 



Ho. of 
lots 



Geaenil Property Msessmenta in 1910 



On lots 



Buildings & 
Personal 
PropertT 



Total 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonld 
HaTi Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Would 
HaYe Been 



Aotual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Tonld 

Have Been 



Case, L. R 

Case, L. M 

Casto, Kate 

Casto, Kate 

Canbv Lodge No. 156 lOOF. 



Buena Vista. 
Oregon City. 
Gladstone 



Oregon City 

Milwaukie Heights 

Clackamas Heights Tracts.. 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



South Oswego. 
South Oswego. 

Risley 

Oak Grove 

Oak Grove 



Pleasant Little Homes. 

Oregon City 

Oak Grove 

Windsor 

Clackamas Heights 



Windsor 

Gladstone ... 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oak Grove . . . 



Oak Grove 

Willamette Tracts.. 

Oregon City 

Green Point 

Green Point 



Green Point 

Waverly Heights.. 

Oregon City 

Min thorn 

Hyde Park 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 

Windsor 

Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



Oregon City 

Oswego 

Min thorn 

Oak Grove 

Saffron's Peninsula. 



Wilson ville 

Tualatin Meadows. 

Gladstone 

South Oswego 

Hyde Park 



Wilsonville 

Park Place 

Milwaukie Park. 

Gladstone 

Minthorn 



Min thorn 

Minthorn 

-Minthorn 

Pleasant Little Homes No. 3 
Robertson 



West Gladstone. 

Oregon City 

Milwaukie Park. 

Minthorn 

Oregon City 



Risley 

Oregon City 

Pompeii 

Pleasant Little Homes . 
Minthorn 



Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Hyde Park 

Baptist Campbell Tract. 
Milwaukie Heights 



1st Add. to Estacada. 

Wind.sor 

Estacada 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Park Place 

Park Place 

Milwaukie Park 

Milwaukie Heights. 
(Canby ■ ■ 



25$ 
250 

50 
250 
220 

350 
400 
600 
700 
300 

230 
150 
1,500 
400 
200 

150 
400 
450 
150 
140 

300 
250 

1,850 
750 

1,200 

335 
100 
100 
200 
550 

225 
2,500 
1,000 

225 
10 

150 
3,200 

320 
1,205 

140 

2,125 
125 
180 
350 
700 

25 
210 
150 
120 

40 

30 
365 
100 
110 
645 

225 

120 

10 

40 

60 

130 

450 
40 

225 
400 

150 

20 

40 

45 

240 

950 

90 

10 

2,300 

200 

50 
115 
100 
755 
100 

SO 
120 
190 
480 
225 



300 
500 

300 

400 

215 

310 
240 

315 
100 



350 
50 



800 
500 
125 



100 



210 
495 



175 
390 



260 
1,300 
360 
900 
450 

12,000 
235 

400 
50 



290 



200 
200 



50 



15 



60 
350 



700 
400 



200 



600 
560 



100 
550 
2S0 

400 



25$ 
250. 

50. 
550 
720 

650 
400. 
1,000 
700, 
515 

540 
390 
1,500. 
715 
300 

ISO. 

400. 

800 

ISO 

190 

300. 

250. 
2,650 
1,250 
1,325 

335. 
200 
100. 
410 
1,045 

400 
2,500 . 
1,390 

225. 
10. 

410 
4,500 

680 
2,105 

590 

14,125 
360 
180, 
750 
750 

25. 
210. 
440 
120. 

40. 

30. 
565 
300 
110. 
645. 

225. 
170 

10. 

40. 

75 

190 
800 

40. 
235. 
1,100 

SSO 
20. 
40. 
45. 

240. 

950. 

90, 

10. 

2,500 

200. 

50. 
IIS. 
700 
1,315 
100. 

ISO 
670 

440 

480. 

625 



300 
500 



300 
■466 



215 



310 
240 



315 
100 



350 

"so 



800 
500 
125 



too 



210 
495 



175 



390 



260 
1,300 
360 
900 
450 

12,000 
235 



400 
SO 



290 



200 
200 



60 
350 



700 
400 



200 



600 
560 



100 
550 
250 



400 



253 
250 

SO 
250 
220 

350 
400 
600 
700 
300 

230 
ISO 
1,300 
400 
200 

ISO 
400 
450 
150 
140 

300 
250 

1,850 
750 

1,200 

335 
100 
100 
200 
550 

225 
2,500 
1,000 

225 
10 

150 
3,200 

320 
1,205 

140 

2,125 
125 
180 
350 
700 

25 
210 
150 
120 

40 

30 
365 
100 

no 

645 

225 

120 

10 

40 

60 

130 
450 
40 
225 
400 

150 
20 
40 
45 

240 

950 

90 

10 

2,300 

200 

SO 
115 
100 
755 
100 

SO 
120 
190 

480 
225 



.58 

4.50 

1.62 

17.88 

14.40 

21.13 

9.40 
25.00 
22.75 
16.73 

10.25 

7.41 

22.50 

15.02 

6.30 

3.80 
13.00 
16.80 

2.70 

4.75 

5.40 

5.00 

86.11 

40.62 

27.83 

7.03 

3.90 

1.80 

13.33 

33.96 

13.00 

58.75 

45 

5.29 

.20 

13.32 
143.00 
12.24 
68.41 
19.18 

459.05 
9.11 
4.23 
15.75 
11.25 

.37 
3.15 
8.80 
2.28 

.80 

.45 

14.12 

7.05 

2.20 

15.38 

5.28 
4.00 
.24 
1.02 
1.77 

3.80 

26.00 

.94 

5.28 
35.74 

8.2s 

.48 

.66 

MS 

5.64 

23.63 

2.93 

.20 

58.75 
4.70 

1.50 

2.06 

21.00 

42.75 
3.25 

3.75 
16.75 
10.34 
11.28 
16 25 



—103- 



Clackamas 


County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






Address 


No. of 
Lots 


General Property Aesesament! in 1910 


Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Would 
HaTi Boon 


Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910¥onld 
EaTe Been 


Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 


Tax for 1911 

Under Single 

I«x¥oSd 

EaTe Been 


Name of Taipajei 


On lots 


Buildings & 
PersoMl 
Property 


Total 
Assessment 


Canby Bank & Trust Co 


Canby 


1 

1 

2 

1 
8 
4 
4 
3 

2 
2 

1 
2 

1 

1 

96 

5 
2 

2 
2 
2 
1 

1 

2 

2 
4 
li 

44 
2 
2 

1 

219 
4 
1 . 
11 

2 

1* 

2 

1 

4 1-6 
25 

17 

2 

24 

36 
4 
3 

8 

6 

3 

2 

4 
2 
2 

i 
2 

10 

5 

28 
8 

1 

1 
1 
3 
1 
2 

1 

3 

12 

3 


$•■ 150 

300 

20 

200 

200 

1,260 
510 
300 
306 
210 

250 
250 
150 
100 
175 

250 
200 
1,680 
620 
300 

160 

750 

30 

50 

500 

280 
450 
250 
500 
185 

4,080 
60 

120 
20 

125 

13,010 

80 

40 

6,750 

10,200 

4,000 
1,700 
2,000 
500 
1,550 

400 

400 

6,430 

3,040 

4,500 

615 
5,800 

125 
1,700 

150 

3,020 

2,250 

2,100 

150 

240 

30 
120 
185 
320 
200 

400 
100 
200 
120 
500 

3,425 
2,300 

420 
3,050 

150 

500 

450 

130 

45 

90 

45 

80 

450 

420 

7,130 


$ 8,700 
360 

300 
50 

* 
400 
300 

♦ 

505 

3,650 

630 

* 
* 

150 
50 

* 
* 
460 

400 
250 

* 
* 

Hi 

* 
* 

75 

700 

50 

« 

50 
* 
* 
295 

100 

* 

* 

2,400 

6,500 

1,500 
900 

3,300 
600 
850 

250 

1,900 

* 

700 

* 

13,250 

* 
# 
SO 

* 

2,000 

1,000 

* 
* 

705 

* 

600 

* 

25 

400 
100 
250 
100 
150 

1,700 
2,800 

* 

1,200 
300 

200 
500 

* 
* 
* 

10 

* 

145 
150 
200 


$ 8,850 

660 

20 

500 

250 

1,260 
910 
600 
300 
210 

755 
3,900 
780 
100 
175 

400 
250 
1,680 
620 
760 

560 

1,000 

30 

SO 

500 

280 
450 
325 
1,200 
235 

4,080 

110 

120 

20 

420 

13,110 

80 

40 

9,150 

16,700 

5,500 
2,600 
5,300 
1,100 
2,400 

650 

400 

8,330 

3,040 

5,200 

615 

19,050 

125 

1,700 

200 

3,020 

2,450 

3,100 

150 

240 

735 
120 
785 
320 
225 

800 
200 
450 
220 
650 

5,125 
5,100 

420 
4,250 

450 

700 

950 

130 

45 

90 

55 

80 

595 

570 

7,3.30 


$ 8,700 
360 


$ ISO 

300 

20 

200 

200 

1,260 
510 
300 
300 
210 

250 
250 
150 
100 
175 

250 
200 
1,680 
620 
300 

160 

750 
30 
50 

500 

280 
450 
250 
500 
185 

4,080 
60 

120 
20 

125 

13,010 

80 

40 

6,750 

10,200 

4,000 
1,700 
2,000 
500 
1,550 

400 

400 

6,430 

3,040 

4,500 

615 

5,800 
125 

1,700 
150 

3,020 

2,250 

2,100 

150 

240 

30 
120 
185 
320 
200 

400 
100 
200 
120 
500 

3,425 
2,300 

420 
3,050 

150 

500 

450 

130 

45 

90 

45 

80 

450 

42C 

7,130 


$ 230.11 

24.09 

.52 

16.25 

5.00 

18.90 

23.66 

15.60 

9.75 

6.82 

14.73 

104.54 

13.26 

1.80 

4.54 

13.00 
6.50 
39.48 
12.08 
13.60 

10.08 
32.50 

.77 

.95 

8.25 

4.62 
7.43 
6.50 
24.00 
4.00 

65.28 

3.58 

3.00 

.34 

8.41 

235.98 

2.60 

.72 

296.36 

542.75 

178.75 
84.49 

172.25 
35.75 
78.00 

13.65 

8.40 

270.73 

75.99 
169.00 

11.06 

612.62 

2.44 

30.58 

6.50 

60.40 

138.12 

99.13 

5 70 

7.80 

11.02 

2.40 

20.41 

6.40 

4.49 

14.40 
4.20 
9.00 
5.06 

21.13 

171 55 
165 75 

9.88 
138.12 

8.10 

22.75 

30.88 

3.05 

1.36 

2.70 

1.64 

1.60 

15.12 

14.82 

153.93 


$ 7.05 


Canfield, Edgar 


"Wichita 


14.27 


Cannon, Lizzie 




.91 


Cannon, M. C. & W. C 




300 
50 


13.17 


Cannon, Sarah E 


Gladstone 


5.90 


Cantonwine. E. W. & E. L. . . 




29.21 


Cantwell, Ella P 


Canby 


400 
300 


23.98 


Cantwell, Ida 




14.11 






19 75 


Capps, Sarah A 






13.83 




Willamette 


505 

3,650 

630 


9.71 


Capen Shoe Co 


Willamette . . 


9.71 


Card, S. E 

Carlton, W. H 


Palmer's Ad. B'ng. Jet. Tct.. 


3.89 
3.22 


Cartlton & Rosekrans 


Canby 




8.23 


Carll, W. E. (Trustee) 


Oregon City 


150 
50 


16.46 


Carla, Ernest 




9.11 


Carlson, Magnus 




59.17 


Carothers, John W 


Willamette & Tualatin Tcts... 
Canemah 

Canemah 




24.10 




460 

400 
250 


7.96 


Carothers, H. A 


4.24 


Carrioo, Louise (Heirs) 




49.38 


Carr, Wm 


Pleasant Little Homes 


1.13 


CarroU, O.I 




1.50 








12.58 








7.08 








11.32 


Carter, E. P. & M. 




75 

700 

50 


7.38 


Carter, E. P. & M 




14.76 


Carter, J. D 

Casey, J. D 


Boring Junction Tracts 

Ross Add. to Sellwood 


4.79 
99.73 




50 


3.95 






4.51 


Cather, Augusta T 






.49 


Catto, David & Clara 




295 
100 


3.69 


Caufield, E. G 

Caufield, E. G 


Bolton 


438.68 
5.26 


Caufield, E.G 


Canemah 


iioo 

6,500 

1,500 
900 

3,300 
600 
850 

250 


1.07 


Caufield, E. G 


Oregon City 


432.06 


Caufield, C. H. & E. G 




671.57 


Caufield, C. H 


Oregon City 


263.36 


Caufield, Chas 




111.92 


Caufield, E. L. Mrs 




131.68 


Caufield, Mary R 


Oregon City 


32.92 


Caufield, V, R. P, P. P. & N.l 




102.05 


Cederson, Ellen Mrs 


Oak Grove 

Oak Grove 


12.90 


Cederaon, Wm 


12.90 


Charman, Lena 




1,900 


423 35 


Charman, Mary M 




114.23 






700 
V3",2S6 


296.28 


nhRmnn,n, Mary M 


Weslyn 


20 79 


Charman, Mary M. & T. L... 


Oregon City 


381 87 


Charman, Mary M. & T. L. . 


Willamette Falls 


4 86 


Charman, Mary M. & T. L. . 


Weslyn 


54 73 






50 


9 88 


Charman, Mary M. & T. L.... 




89.15 






2,000 
1,000 


148 14 






138 26 


Charman, Matilda 




4.83 


Charman, Thos 


Oregon City 




15 80 


Chalupsky, Jas. C 


Wilsonville 


705 


70 


Champagne, Oliver 


Hyde Park 


3 54 






600 


8 42 


Chalk, A. E 




9.44 


Charles, Jas 




25 

400 
100 
250 
100 
150 

1,700 
2,800 

V,266 
300 

2O0 
500 


5 90 


Chambers, Bridget 




12 87 


Chambers, Daniel P 




3 23 






5 90 


Chapman, W. L 




4 04 


Chapman, M. P 




32 92 


Chase, James W 




225 50 


Chase, Sarah A 




151 43 


Cheek, Dora L 




14 77 


Cheney, A. W 




200 81 


Cheney, A. W 




4 83 


Cheney, 0. A 




32 92 






29 63 


Chick, R.S 




4 58 


Child, Loreaa M 


Zabriats Add. Estacada 

I'jstacada 




3 10 


Child, Rena 


6 21 


Child, H. G 




IC 


3 10 
2.36 


Chilberg, Rena 


W.Gladstone 


Chipman, R. J 

Christie, Alex 


1st Add. Will. Falls Tracts.. 
Canby 


14J 

ISt 
20( 


17 49 

19.75 

229.94 


Christie, Alex 


Oak Grove 



—104— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



E&ine of Taxpayer 



MdresB 



No. of 
Lota 



General Property iasessmeatB in 1910 



On Lots 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Asse&sinent 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonld 
HaTO Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Tonld 
Have Been 



Aotnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Tinder Single 

Tax Would 

Have Been 



Christie, Alex.. 
Christie, Alex.. 
Christie, Alex. 
•Christie, Alex.. 



Oak Grove 

Milwaukie Park 

Milwaukie; exempt. . . 
Oregon City; exempt. 



Christie, Alex Oswego; exempt 



Christ, Geo 

Christensen, V. E 

Christianson, Jas 

Christiansen, John 

■Christianseo, Chas 



Christiansen, Carl & Frank.. 

Chuck, Susan 

Chute, G. Mrs 

Church, . I. D 

Church, G.W.Mrs 



Church of Christ. , 

City of Canby 

City of Estacada. 
Olav, EdwinP.... 
Clay, E. C 



Redlands 

Robertson 

Willamette & Tualatin Tcts. 

Caabv Gardens 

Willamette & Tualatux Tcts. 

Willamette & Tualatin Tots. 

South Oswego 

Oregon City 

Oregon City; 1-7 int. in 

Gladstone 



Clancey , Hannah M. . 
Clancey, Hannah M.. 
Clancey, Hannah M.. 
Clancey, Michael E.. 
Clapson, Wm 



Clausen, Oline 

Clarke, Helen A... 
Clark, Jennie C... 
Clarke, Davidella. 
aarke, H. L. L.. . 



PJstacada; exempt. 

Oanby 

Estcada 

Oswego 

Oswego 



Oregon City. 
Sunset City. . 

Weslyn 

Gladstone. . . 
Hyde Park. . 



Clark, Thos J 

Clark, J. F 

aark, M. H 

Clark, Clarisse 

aark, T. L. & A. S.. 



Clackamas Abst. & Trust Co 
Clackamas Abst. & Trust Co 
Clackamas Abst. & Trust Co 
Clemens, Sarah (Heirs) .... 
Clen'.ent, C. H 



Clinton, E 

Clinton, R 

CUftord, Thos.. 
Cliff, Arthur... 
Clinc, Jean 



CUnefelter, S. A 

Clodius, C. H 

Clodfelter, IraC... 
Clodfelter, Clara E.. 
Clyde, Charlotte 



Clyde, Henrv S. & C 

Clyde, Jas. B.& Clara Z. 

Cobb, G. A 

Cobb, M. S 

Cochran, Nan 



Cochran, Harriet, Louise & f 

Code, J. G 

Coffey, Henrietta & H 

CofiSn, Geo. T. & Emma A... 
Coffin, A. W 



CoBgwell, 0. A 

Cole, Louisa 

Cole, Ijouise C 

Cole, J. W. & Louise C. 
Cole, James 



Coleman, John 

Coleman, Mary A.. 

Colt, J. H 

Collins, Edwin. ... 
Collins, Frank H... 



Colburn, Kate M 

Colosky, Joseph 

Colidge, Mattie 

Coltelt, J. A 

Colby, Jas. H. & Anna.. 



Condit, Alva M 

Condit, Alva M 

Condit, Alva M 

Conklin, Florence H 

Congregational Church.. 



Conlisk, L. J 

Conner, Henery F.. 
Conrad, Gottlieb . . . 
(>onway, John T — 
Conwov. John 



Prnneland. . . 
Min thorn. . . . 

Barlow 

Hyde Park.. 
Oregon City. 



Milwaukie... , 
Sunset City. . 
Oregon City. 
Hyde Park.. 
Hyde Park. . 



Oregon City, 
i^unset City. . 

Weslyn 

Oak Grove.. 
Hyde Park.. 



Rosewood 

Rosewood 

Milwaukie Park.. 

Oregon City 

Robertson 



Oswego 

Oak Grove 

Multnomah Acres . . . 
Multnomah Acres. . . 
Clackamas Heights. 



Clackamas Highlands Tracts 
Clackamas Highlands 



Canby Gardens. 
Oregon City 



Oregon City 

Minthorn 

Oregon City 

Minthorn 

Willamette Tracts.. 

Milwaukie Heights. 

Canemah 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Barlow 



Willamette Falls. 
Clackamas Park. 
Orchard Homes.. 
So. Oregon City.. 
Milwaukie Park. . 



Oak Grove 

Oak Grove 

Ross Add. to SeUwood. 

Oswego 

Pruneland 



Marshfield 

Park Place 

Windsor 

Oregon City 

Oregon City; exempt. 



Minthorn 

Waverly Heights . . . 
Tualatin Meadows . 

Oswego 

Milwaukie Park . . . . 



10,950 If 
70 



225 
220 
200 
300 
175 

640 
225 
300 
175 
260 



10,950$ 
70 



175 
lOO 
165 
140 

100 
175 

75 
210 

10 

2,400 

90 

30 

720 

8,650 

200 

7S0 

850 

30 

60 

1,800 

150 

540 

200 

40 

420 
40 
250 
200 
600 

370 
1,700 
750 
750 
210 

230 
560 
4,475 
250 
300 

650 

100 

40 

40 

525 

290 

265 

1,400 

4,000 

260 

400 

350 

5,170 

50 

90 

400 
1,200 
100 
950 
600 

60 
120 
100 
300 



30 

2,500 

200 

280 

75 



415 
150 
35 

75 



305 



600 
50 



240 
500 
ISO 



505 



2,900 

too 

760 
350 



400 
300 

200 
200 
250 

320 
250 

100 

270 
100 



400 

240 

2,200 

1,200 



110 



400 
100 
100 

605 
SO 



300 



640 
370 
235 
375 
175 

640 
530 
300 
175 
260 



415 
150 
35 

75 



305 



775 
150 
165 
140 

340 
675 
225 
210 
10 

2,905 

90 

30 

720 

11,550 

300 

1,510 

1,200 

30 

60 

1,800 

550 

S40 

500 

40 

420 
40 
450 
200 
800 

620 
1,700 
750 
750 
530 

230 
810 
4,475 
250 
300 

750 
100 
310 
140 
525 

690 

505 

3,600 

5,200 

260 

510 

350 

5,170 

SO 

90 

800 

1,300 

200 

950 

1,205 

60 
170 
100 
300 



30 

2,500 

200 

580 

85 



600 
50 



240 
500 
ISO 



505 



2,900 

100 
760 
350 



400 



300 



200 
'266 
250 



320 
'256 



100 



10,950$ 
70 



225 
220 
200 
300 
175 

640 
225 
300 
175 
260 



270 
100 



400 

240 

2,200 

1,200 



110 



400 
100 
100 



605 

"so 



300 
10 



175 
100 
165 
140 

100 
175 

75 
210 

10 

2,400 

90 

30 

720 

8,650 

200 

750 

850 

30 

60 

1,800 

ISO 

540 

200 

40 

420 
40 
250 
200 
600 

370 
1,700 
750 
750 
210 

230 
560 
4,475 
250 
300 

650 

100 

40 

40 

525 

290 

265 

1,400 

4,000 

260 

400 

350 

5,170 

50 

90 

400 
1,200 
100 
950 
600 

60 
120 
100 
300 



229 . 95 
1.65 



9.59 
8.89 
4.57 
6.76 
3.42 

12.48 
10.08 
9.76 
5.68 
5.20 



30 

2,500 

200 

280 

75 



20.16 

4.50 
4.28 
3.64 

6.12 
12.14 
4.06 
4.20 
.20 

52.29 

2.39 

.49 

14.40 

375.39 

7.93 

26.98 

39.01 

.60 

1.20 

58.50 
9.90 
9.72 

10.50 
.80 

6.93 

.66 

10.57 

6.50 
18.80 

16.12 
35.70 
12.37 
12.38 
13.25 

5.75 

20.25 

80. S7 

4.48 

9.75 

22.75 
2.65 
7.75 
3.72 

10.23 

16.22 

9.10 

110.50 

169.00 

4.29 

9.95 

8.05 

77.55 

.95 

2.1 

16.80 
27.30 
3.20 
24.70 
21.68 

1.38 
4.25 
1.80 
9.75 



.80 
58.75 

3.00 
15.08 

2 00 



—105- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taxpayer 



Conway, Olive E., 

Conyers, Mary 

Coon, Asa 

Coon, Jas. M 

Coon, Marian A.. . 



Coon, Mary. 
Coon, J. M. . 



Coon, J. M.. 
Coolidge, & McClaine. 
Coolt, Laura E 



Cook, S. B 

Cook, Edgar W 

Cook, G. W 

Cook, .las. A. & Marv... 
Cook, J. A. & M. J 



Cook, W. F 

Cook, .T. J. (Trustee). 

Cook, J. J 

Cook, Jessie 

Cook, Lenora E 



Coover, Sanford & A. J., 

Cooper, E. H 

Cooper, Thos 

Cooper, A, K. & H 

CophaU, L. A 



Corthell, R. A 

Corthell, Ida M. Mrs.. 

Cornfoot, W 

Cosper, M. .T 

Cosgriff , Adda E 



Costello, Catherine. . . . 

Cottrell, N.E 

Couch, Robert L 

Couch, Robert L. Mrs,. 
Counsel, W. H 



Counsel, W. H 

Courter, Nettie F.. 
Courtney, Kittie I.. 
Covell, S. H. &H.. 
Cowing, Francis G., 



Cox, Mary A 

Cox, Richard 

Cox, John H. & Margaret. 

Cox, Agnes E 

Cox, Agnes E 



Co.x, Roy B 

Cox, L. I/. Mrs 

Cox, Alice 

Cox, Henry & Ida... 
Craven, Cnas. B 



Crane, L. J 

Crane, R. W 

Cramer, Chas. K.. 
Cramer, Chas. K.. 
Cramer, Martha... 



Cramer, C. A 

Craeft, J, B 

Craig, Rebecca . . . 
Crawford, Albert. 
Cregan, John 



Criswell, Eli... 
Criswell, EU . . 
Criswell, Chas.. 
Crow, Nellie S., 
Cronise, T. J... 



Cross, Mary F 

Cross, Mary F 

Cross, Francis. . . . 

Cross, F. H 

Cross, Maggie M.. 



Cross, Caleb E 

Cros«», Orpha 

Cross, Wm. A. & C. E 

Cross, H. E. (Trustee) 

Crown Columbia P. & P. Co.. 

Crown Columbia P. & P. Co. 
Crown Columbia P. & P. Co. 

Crumbly, Adam 

Culler, J. C. c&May 

(^immins H T 



Cunningham, W. A Estacada. . . . 

Curran, W. F Oregon City. 

Curran, W. D. & D Oregon City. 

Curran, F. F Oregon City. 

Curry. Bruce C. (Assignee).. .iBarlow 



Address 



Gladstone 

South Oregon City. 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Oswego 



Oswego 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Oregon City . 
Wichita 



Wichita... . 
Rosewood . 
Wichita... . 
Marshfield , 
Marshfield . 



.Jennings T.odge. 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Friends Oregon Colony. 

Oregon City 

Park Place 

Estacada 

South Oswego 



Estacada 

Estacada 

Milwaukie Park 

Minthorn 

Broetjes Acre Homes . 



Clackamas Heights 

Milwaukie 

Estacada 

Rstacada 

Lewelling Park. . . . 



Pleasant Little Homes. 

Oswego 

Willamette Falls 

OoveU 

Pompeii 



Canby 

Park Place 

So. Oswego 

South Oswego. 
Pruneland 



Oregon City. 

Finavon 

Park Place. . 
Brightwoofl . . 
Minthorn. . . . 



Brightwood 

Brightwood 

Clackamas Park. 
Clackamas Park. 
Clackamas Park. 



Clackamas Heights Tracts.. 

ICstacada Heights 

Clackamas Heights 

.Milwaukie Park 

Oregon City 



Oregon City 

Sunset City 

Gladstone 

Pleasant Little Homes. 
Minthorn 



Gladstone. . . 
Oregon City . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



Oregon City 

Gladstone 

Gladstone 

Clackamas Fioiit Lands. 
Barlow 



Oregon City, 1 acre 

Sunset City 

Pleasant Little Homes 

Barlow 

Gordon Glen Home Tracts. 



No. of 
Lots 



1 

3 

1 

12 

2 

2 
li 
2 
10 
3 

r 

2 
3 
1 

2 

2 

I 

7 

12 



2 
I 
I 
I 

3 

10 

1 

4 
27 

1 

6 

4 
4 
4 

2 

2 
1 
1 

6 
II 

2 
I 
I 

2 
I 

I 
10 
3 
6 

5 

I 
I 
I 
6 

17 

4 

1-3 
3 
2 

i 

4 
3 
2 
2 
10 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Lots 



Boildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



90$ 
100 
IIS 
200 
115 

100 
470 
125 
200 
350 

300 
540 
300 
440 

280 

2,000 

60 

1,350 

3,300 

270 

150 
525 
180 
200 
60 

90 

40 

3,TO 

180 

300 

70 

80 

200 

175 

650 

155 

125 

400 

14,350 

20 

300 
240 
200 

225 
250 

850 
70 
60 
60 

165 

600 
300 
400 
700 
525 

200 
500 
105 
240 
310 

100 
150 
125 
90 
340 

320 
500 
550 
450 
300 

2,135 
180 
120 
20 

1,080 

400 

600 

60 

80 
250 

60 
500 
160 
100 
AOO 



250 

250 

350 

70 



50 
100 
140 

140 
645 
50 
400 
225 



40 
800 
360 



2i;o 

350 



750 



400 
150 
50 



400 
125 
925 



345 



25 
290 



600 



50 

865 

25 

65 

290 

300 
25 
100 

150 

225 



SO 

600 

1,000 

ISO 

1,250 
450 
250 



141,200 
175 



500 

140 

75 

225 



340$ 

100. 

365 

550 

185 



100 
470 
175 
300 
490 

440 
1,185 
350 
840 
505 

2,000 

100 

2,150 

3,660 

270 

400 
875 
180 
950 
60 

90 

40 

330 

180 

700 

70 
230 
200 
175 
700 

155 

525 

525 

15,275 

20 

645 
240 
225 
515 
2S0 

1,450 

70 

60 

60 

165 

650 
1,165 

425 
700 
590 

490 
500 
405 
26S 
410 

250 
375 
125 
90 
340 

320 

550 

1,150 

1,450 

450 

3,385 

630 

370 

20 

1,080 

400 

141,800 

60 

255 
250 

560 
640 
235 
325 
600 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonld 
SaTO Been 



250 



250 

350 

70 



Single Tax 



1910 Tonld 
HaTe Been 



Aotnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Under Single 
Tax Would 
HaTe Been 



50 
100 
140 

140 

645 

SO 

400 

225 



40 
800 
360 



250 
350 



750 



400 



ISO 

"so 



400 
125 
925 



345 



25 
290 



50 

865 

25 



65 
290 



300 
25 
100 

ISO 
225 



SO 

600 

1,000 

ISO 

1,250 
450 
250 



141,200 



175 



SOO 
140 

75 
225 



90 
100 

lis 

200 

lis 

100 

470 
125 
200 
350 

300 
540 
300 
440 
280 

2,000 

60 

1,350 

3,300 

270 

150 
525 
180 
200 
60 

90 

40 

330 

180 

300 

70 

80 

200 

I7S 

650 

155 

125 

400 

14,350 

20 

300 
240 
200 
225 
250 

850 
70 
60 
60 

165 

600 
300 
400 
700 
525 

200 
SOO 
105 
240 
310 

100 
ISO 
125 
90 
340 

320 
500 
550 
450 
300 

2,135 
180 
120 
20 

1,080 

400 

600 

60 

80 
250 

60 
500 
160 
100 
600 



I 6 

1.90 
9.48 
10.45 
4. 

1.90 

12.22 

4,56 

9. 75 

17.89 

16.06 
9.74 
12.76 
19.32 
11.62 

33.60 

3.25 

69.87 

118.96 

8.77 

7.60 
28.44 

4.50 
28.50 

1.14 

2.70 
I .20 
7.76 
4.23 
16.45 

1.75 
6.10 
6.00 
5.26 
18. 55 

3.96 

13.66 

10.24 

229,12 

.34 

16.77 
6.00 
4.28 
3.42 
4.50 

47.12 

2.55 

I. SO 

.90 

3.87 

15.29 
27.38 
9.77 
16.10 
13.56 

12.25 
15.00 
10.12 
6.22 
7.38 

8.12 
6.74 
2.49 
2.34 
9.01 

6.40 
17.87 
37.37 
47.12 
14.63 

110.00 

12.60 

7.40 

.50 

17.84 

13.00 

2,552.40 

1.53 

4.20 
3.75 

16.80 
20.80 

7.62 
10.55 

9 90 



-106— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Buna of Tupayer 



Address 



No. of 
Lots 



General Property isaessments in 1910 



On Lots 



BnildingB & 
Personal 
ProoertT 



Total 



Single Tai 
Exemptions 
1910 Wonld 
lava Been 



Single Tai 



1910 Wonld 
Save Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tai for 1910 

Under Singls 

Tat Tould 

Have Been 



Curry, Owen. ... 
Curry, Mary E... 

Curry, Geo, L 

Curtisa, Marie D.. 
Cutting, A. N.... 



Dahlgren, Oscar 

Dahlke, Wm. cSc Bertha. 

Dahl, John 

Dale, Dilla R 

Dale, A. T. & M. O 



Dale, Wm 

Dale, Wm... , 

Dale, Geo. E 

Daly, P. M. & F. A.. 
Dalton, Eliza J 



Dalton, Eliza .T 

Damm, John 

DaMert, W. F 

Dann, Wm. & Elizabeth. 
DanielRon, Alfred 



Danbock, Geo 

Dart, Wm. A. & Aina A 

Darnall, N.H 

Darling, Almon J. & E. L.. . 
Darling, F. L 



Dauchey, Charley Jr.. 

Dauohy, C. H 

Dauchy, George E 

Davis, J. J 

Davis, C, A 



David, C. A 

Davis, Horace W. & Helen.. 

Davis, S. P 

Davis, S. A. & E. J 

Davis, Maggie M 



Davis, Emily A 

David, J. B 

David, Sarah L.. . . 
Daviea, Bertha B.. 
Davies, Max 



Davidson, Ida May 

Davidson, I. G 

Davidson, I. G 

Davidson, Leon H. & M. L.. 
Davidson, M. E 



Davidson, P. C 

Davidson, Orrin. . . . 
Davidson, Emily F.. 

Davidson, F. E 

Davenport, T.W... 



Davenport, Jas. H, & M. J. 

Daws, John F 

Deaver, Hattie 

Dearborn, Maud 1 

Dearborn, EUa K 



DeBok, George 

DeBauw, F. C. Mrs.. 
DeBauw, F. C. Mrs.. 
Dedman, Henry A.. 
Dedrick, G. H 



Deford, John J.. , 
Deick, Edward, . . 
Delong, James L.. 

Dement, J. C 

Dement, F. S 



Dement, F. G. & F. S.. 

Dement, F. G 

Dement, W. E 

Deniartini, Victor E.. . 
Dent, V. H 



Dennison, John — 
Deimison, John. . . 
Deninger, John F.. 
Dering, Anna M. . . 
DeShazer, Joseph. 



Detmering, August 

Deute, Otto 

Deute, Arthur 

Deute, Amanda 

Devand, Alphonse & Fred.. 

Deyoe, J. F 

Diamond, Jos 

Dibble, Mariam 

gickey, C.H 
.. icken, Mary J 



Willamette Tracts.. 

Logan Tract 

Logan Tract 

Boberg Tracts 

Barlow 



Milwaukie Park 

Gladstone 

Canemah 

Minthorn 

Friends Oregon Colony. 



Estacada 

Oregon City 

Estacada 

Jennings Lodge 

Minthorn, i interest in.. 



Minthorn 

Canby 

Silver Springs Add., 

Gladstone 

Carlsborg Tracts 



Oregon City 

Finovan 

Canby 

Morrow Glen Tract 

Willamette Falls Tracts. . 



Clackamas Heights 1 

Gladstone 4 



Oregon City. 
Estacada . . . . 
Gladstone . . . 



Oregon City. 

Milwaukie Park. 

Oregon City 

Sunset City 

Gladstone 



So. Oswego.. . 
Oregon City. 
Park Place . . 
Gladstone... 
Sandy 



Clackamas Park 

Clackamas Riverside. 

Robertson 

Estacada 

Molalla 



Oregon City. 
So. Oswego... 

Windsor 

So. Oswego... 
Minthorn... . 



Canby 

Friends Oregon Colony. 

Oregon City 

Logan Tract 

Minthorn 



Willamette Tracts.. 

Milwaukie Park 

Oswego 

Canby 

Oak Grove 



Jennings Lodge 

Oregon City; 1-7 int. in 
Oregon City; 1-7 int. in 



Oregon City; 

Oregon City; 1-7 int. m. 
Oregon City; 2-7 int. in. 

Milwaukie Park 

Jennings Lodge 



Gladstone 

Oak Grove.... 

Redland 

Estacada 

W. Gladstone.. 



Oak Grove.. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



Canby • • • ■ 

Willamette & Tualatm Tract. 

Gladstone 

Gladstone 

Park Place 



Clackamas Heights 4 

Boberg Tracts 5 

- ■ 2 

4 
4 



3i 

I 

5 

1 

1 

I 
2 
1 

2 

2 

1 

2 

12 

2 

1 



$ 150 


$ 500 


$ 


80C 


650 




6O0 


80 




4O0 


* 




30 


* 




100 


* 




170 


* 




120 


* 




40 


* 




350 


100 




200 


40 




20C 


IOC 




4( 


IOC 




60( 


* 




300 


* 




535 


* 




8C 


* 




1,085 


75 




66( 


61( 




150 


2,505 




350 


250 




3W 


* 




16( 


* 




40( 


75 




950 


SO 




35 


280 




50( 


375 




9( 


20( 




18( 


* 




40 


* 




250 


200 




I2( 


I5( 




40( 


375 




10( 


30( 




16C 


235 




20( 


ISO 




S,00( 


2,35( 




«( 


20( 




8( 


Hi 




8C 


ISO 




3, IOC 


* 




80< 


75 




395 


15( 




40( 


401 




13C 


190 




ISC 


80 




I0( 


7S 




I0( 


■1: 




26S 


58( 




3G 


* 




SO 


250 




2,111 


* 




10( 


36( 




4S( 


* 




45 


* 




I,OO0 


475 




25< 


* 




44S 


20( 




IW 


1,00( 




20C 


25 




140 


250 




2,00( 


« 




60( 






175 


* 




175 


* 




50 


* 




175 


* 




3S( 


• 




1S( 


* 




250 


320 




320 


350 




30C 


275 




3,115 


4C 




6C 


60C 




40 


♦ 




1,200 


• 




520 


300 




«0 


250 




12C 


80 




200 


200 




100 


675 




260 


50 




1,480 


* 




165 


3O0 




60 


200 





650 

1,450 

680 


$ 500$ 
650 
80 


30 




100 




170 




120 




40 




450 

240 
300 
140 
600 


100 

40 
100 
100 


300 




535 




80 




1,160 
1,270 
2,655 

600 
300 


75 

610 

2,505 

250 


160 




4^5 
1,000 

315 
875 
290 
180 


75 
SO 

280 
375 
200 


40 




450 
270 
775 
400 
395 

350 

7,350 

260 

80 


200 
ISO 

375 
300 
235 

150 

2,350 

200 


230 

3,100 

875 
545 
800 
320 

230 
175 
100 


ISO 


75 
150 
400 
190 

80 

75 


845 
30 


580 


330 
2 110 


250 


'460 
450 


360 


45 




1,475 
250 


475 


645 
1,100 

225 

390 
2,000 


200 
1,000 

25 

250 


600 




175 




175 




SO 




175 




350 




ISO 




570 

670 

575 

3,155 

660 

40 


320 

350 

275 

40 

600 


1,200 




820 
310 
200 
400 

775 
310 
1,480 
465 
260l 


300 

250 

80 

200 

675 
50 


300 

200< 



150 


$ 12,67S 


80(1 


23.20 


600 


10.88 


40(1 


6.00 


30 


.49 


100 


2.35 


170 


3.40 


12(1 


2.16 


4(1 


1.06 


350 


10.81 


200 


7.20 


20(1 


5.40 


40 


4.20 


60(1 


10.08 


300 


10,95 


5.55 


13.38 


«(J 


2.08 


1,085 


16.51 


06(; 


25.40 


ISO 


55.76 


3,50 


19,50 


30( 


10.95 


I6( 


4,16 


40t 


7,59 


950 


19,50 


35 


7,88 


5()C 


17.63 


91 


7.25 


18( 


2.70 


40 


.80 


250 


14.62 


I2( 


6.34 


40( 


25.18 


10( 


7.20 


160 


7.90 


200 


6.65 


5,00( 


238.88 


6( 


6. SO 


8( 


1.60 


80 


6.90 


3,100 


71.30 


80( 


20.13 


395 


12.82 


40( 


15,20 


130 


6.68 


1,50 


5.75 


10( 


3,33 


1()( 


1.8C 


-26S 


16.05 


30 


.80 


80 


8.58 


2,11( 


SO. 6'! 


l(l( 


8.28 


4S( 


7.20 


45 


1.18 


1,000 


28.76 


25( 


5.88 


445 


16.76 


101 


28.60 


200 


4.72 


140 


9.75 


2,0(t( 


30.00 


6IK 


10.08 


175 


5.68 


175 


5.69 


SO 


1.63 


175 


5.68 


35(1 


11.37 


I.SC 


3,53 


250 


9. 58 


.120 


13.40 


.^(Ml 


12.08 


3,115 


47.33 


6(1 


19.80 


40 


.80 


1,200 


25.20 


,S2(I 


26.65 


6(1 


10.08 


120 


6.50 


200 


13.00 


100 


20.14 


26(1 


6.6<) 


1,480 


29.60 


165 


9,31 


6C 


6. sol 



—107— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taxpajsr 



Address 



Ho. of 
Lots 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Lots 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tai 
ISxemptlons 
1910 Tmld 
Ears Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Tonld 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 
Paid for 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax ¥onId 

EaTO Been 



Dicken, Mary J 

Dickon, Mary 

Dickerson, Sarah J.. . 

Didzun, Mattes 

Dillon, J. R 



Dillman, S. O 

Dimick, G. B 

Dimick, W. A 

Dewev, S 

Dix, W. H. & J. F. &E. O., 



Dobyns, W. H 

Dolan. Elva 

Dolan, M C-K I^A S & M E. 

Dollar, Clem & Clyde 

Domogalla, Frank 



Donovan, Minnie .... 

Donahue, E. F 

Doolittle, B. M. & M.. 

Dore, Louisa 

Doremus, H 



Doty, Emma 

Dotson, Solomon C. 
Douglas, E. M. Mrs.. 

Douthart, A. N 

Downey, Anna 



Downey, Jas. & Anna. . . . 

Downey, James 

Dowling, Thos. E 

Dowling, Arthur H. & H. 
Dowling, A. H 



Dowling, John A.. . 

Downing, J. J 

Downing, Edna L.. 
Doyle, Albert E.. . . 
Drabbs, Sarah 



DriscoU, Thos.. . . 

DuBois, C. E 

DuBois, Henry . . . 
Duffy, Gertrude. . 
Duffy, T. & M. J., 



Dugger, Julia Ann. 

Dull, A 

Dull, C. E 

Dunn, Carrie 

Dunn, Fred J 



Dunn, M. E 

Dunn, Myron E 

Dunn, Mamie E 

Duncan, Amelia & John R.. 
Dunmire, Geo 



Dunmire, Jas 

Dungey, E, J. Mrs.. 

Dunseth, B. F 

Dunseth, M. A 

Dunwald, Matt W. 



Dustin, Jennie M 

Dustin, Jennie M 

Dye, Eva Emery 

Dye, C. H. (Trustee) . 
Dye, C. H. (Trustee). 



Dye, C. H. (Trustee). 
Dye, C. H. (Tnistee) . 

Dyer, Wm 

Dyer, Francis W 

Dyer, Francis W 



Fade, Margaret C 

Earls, Chas. E 

Eastman, H. P 

Eastham, O. W 

Eastern Investment Co.. 



Eaton, Florence 

Eaton, W. R 

Eaton, Mahala (Heirs). 

Eaton, Leslie 

Eby, n. D 



Outlook 

Clackamas Heights. 

Canemah 

Oswego 

Oregon City 



Bolton 

Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Minthorn. . . . 
Oregon City. 



So, Oregon City... 

Pompeii 

Oregon City 

Willamette Falls. 
Estacada 



Willamette Falls Tracts. 
Boring Junction Tracts. . 

Oregon City 

Windsor 

Oregon City 



Bolton 

Canemah 

Sandy 

Minthorn. . .« 

Willamette Falls. 



Willamette Falls. 
Willamette Falls. 

Idlewild 

Milwaukie 

Minthorn 



Drake, Fannie A. (Trustee) 

Draper, J. W 

Draper, Aurie M. & J. W. . . . 

Draper, Aurie M 

Draper, Aurie M 



Drefs, Caroline 

Dresser, A. S 

Drinker, Frank 

Driskell, F. P. & G. 
DriscoU, B. F 



Milwaukie 

Minthorn 

Pompeii 

Glenmorrie 

Broetjes Acre Homes. 



Marchbanks 

Canemah 

Bolton 

Oregon City 

Barlow, Bolton 



Logan Tracts 

So. Oregon City. . . 
Multnomah Acres. 

Canemah 

Milwaukie Park. . . 



Minthorn . 
Estacada. 
Estacada. 
Concord. . 
Minthorn . 



Park Place. 
Gladstone. . 
Gladstone. . 

Covell 

Minthorn. . . 



Oswego 

So. Oswego 

Sunset City 

Causeys Suburban Tract No. I 
Gladstone 



Gladstone 

Oregon City 

Pleasant Little Homes. 
Pleasant I-ittle Homes. 
Oregon City 



New Era 

New Era 

Oregon City. , 
Buena Vista. 
Buena Vista. 



Oregon City.; 

So. Oregon City... . 

So. Oswego 

Milwaukie Heights. 
Robertson 



Boberg Tracts . . 
Canby Gardens. 

New Era 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Willamette Tracts.. 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Canemah 

Oregon City 



103 
9 



4,420; 

70 

250 

125 

ISO 

320 
1,700 

250 

30 

1,215 

SO 

40 

2,500 

125 

135 

200 
200 
205 
SO 
100 

70 
550 

40 
240 
125 

935 
650 
20 
200 
375 

100 

90 

20 

525 

400 

100 
170 
120 

75 
965 

1,300 
200 

2,910 

SO 

240 

ISO 
175 
150 
625 
20 

240 

90 

100 

300 

30 

190 
600 
700 
535 
280 

190 
175 
30 
30 
100 

20 
200 
850 
300 
225 

400 

3,935 

540 

IS 

125 

400 

125 

80 

1,000 

960 

250 

SO 

200 

150 

1,150 



300$ 4,720$ 



ISO 
400 



500 

1,750 

100 

400 



200 
250 
250 



1,680 
200 

* 

200 

200 
190 
900 

« 

400 

160 
650 

* 

100 



100 

125 

600 
200 



175 
300 



25 



25 
125 



300 
150 



390 



80 
275 



[,300 
300 



700 

225 



600 



200 
190 
500 



70 
400 
525 
ISO 

820 
3,450 

350 

30 

1,615 

50 

40 

2,700 

375 

385 

200 

1,880 

405 

SO 

300 

270 
740 
940 
240 
525 

1,095 

1,300 

20 

300 

375 

100 
90 
20 

S2S 
500 

100 

295 

120 

75 

1,565 

1,500 
200 

2,910 
225 
540 

150 
175 

175 

625 

20 

265 
215 
100 
300 
30 

490 
750 
700 
535 
670 

270 

450 

30 

30 

100 

20 

200 

2,150 

600 

225 

1,100 
3,935 

765 
IS 

125 

400 

125 

80 

1,600 

960 

250 

SO 

400 

340 

1,650 



300 



150 
400 



500 

1,750 

100 



400 



200 
250 
250 



1,680 
200 



200 

200 
190 
900 



400 



160 
650 



100 



100 



125 



600 
200 



175 
300 



25 



25 
125 



300 
ISO 



390 



80 
275 



1,300 
300 



700 

'225 



600 



200 
190 
500 



4,420$ 

70 

250 

125 

150 

320 
1 700 

250 

30 

1,215 

SO 

40 

2,500 

125 

135 

200 
200 
205 
SO 
100 

70 
550 

40 
240 
125 

935 
650 
20 
200 
375 

100 

90 

20 

525 

400 

100 
170 
120 
75 
965 

1,300 

200 

2,910 

50 

240 

150 
175 
150 
625 
20 

240 

90 

100 

300 

30 

190 
600 
700 
535 
280 

190 
175 
30 
30 
100 

20 
200 
850 
300 
225 

400 

3,935 

S40 

IS 

125 

400 

125 

80 

1,000 

960 

250 

SO 

200 

150 

1,150 



79.30$ 
1.75 
7.20 

13.64 
2.70 

14.76 

102.12 

11.38 

.80 

52.47 

.95 
.67 

87.75 
7.31 

11.54 

3.90 

31.96 

13.17 

.90 

9.75 

4.86 
13.32 
28.20 

5.64 
10.24 

21.36 

25.36 

.33 

7.95 

9.19 

2.65 
2.12 
.34 
9.98 
11.75 

2.36 
5.31 
2.16 
2.42 
28.12 

54,75 
3.80 

48.0 
3.32 

12.69 

3.52 
5. 25 
5.25 
9.37 
.53 

6.63 
4.30 
2.00 
4.50 
.80 

14.69 
14.25 
12.60 
13.65 
13.70 

5.40 
14.60 

.77 

.77 

3.25 

.30 

3.00 

69.87 

19.50 

7.30 

35.75 

74.77 

14.53 

.35 

2.94 

6.00 

2.26 

1.20 

52.00 

31.20 

4 

1.63 
13.00 

6.12 
53.33 



—108- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



luna of Taxpayer 



Address 



Do. of 



General Property issesBments in 1910 



On lots 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Propert y 



Total 
i^sessment 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonid 
Have Been 



Single Tax 
issessment 
1910 ■Would 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Taxforl91» 

Under Singlo 

Tax ¥ouId 

Hare Been 



Eccles, Jennie 

Eocles, R. M 

Eckhoff, F. C 

Eokhoff, FredT 

Eckenberger, Rosa B.. 



Edgren, J. J 

Edgren, J. J 

Edwards, Susanna. 
Edwards, Chas. C. 
Edwards, A. D. . , . 



Edwards, Jessie 

Edwards, John R... 
Edwards, W. H.... 
Edwards, Wm. H.. 
Edwards, Edith O., 



Edwards, R. L 

Edwards, Sam. & Ethel. 

EflBnger, R. P 

Eggo, Wilhelmina. 



Eilers Piano House . . 
Eilers Piano House . . 
Elvers, E. J. & L. J.. 

Ek, Gust 

Ellis, W.R 



Elliott, E. P.... 
Elliott, E.P...- 
EUiott, Alice A,. 
EUiott, H. W... 
EUiott, M. A.... 



Elliott, Lillie G.. 
Elliott, Ernest. . . 
Elliott, Frank B.. 
Elliott, Earl E.. . 
Elliott, Henry... 



Ellsworth, Gideon.. 
Ellsworth, John W.. 

Elligeon, Geo. H 

EUigson, Lena 

Elmer, E. T. & S... 



Elmer, Sarah 

' Elmer, Joshua 

Elon, Bent T 

Elston, John P. & Mary E. 
Elston, C. H 



Elston, J. W 

Ely, DuaneC 

Ely, Chas. F 

Ely, Geo. V 

Ely, Fred & Christina. 



Ely, B. C 

Erb, Ira 

Ereckson, Syvert. 

Erion, John 

Erickson, Syvert.. 



Erickson, John. . 
Erickson, John . . 
Erickson, Mary. 
Erickson, Otto . . 
Erickson, Otto... 



Canby 

Glenmorrie. . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Milwaukie... . 



Gladstone . . . 

Outlook 

Oregon City. 
Pmneland . . . 
Sandy 



Minthorn 

Oregon City 

Milwaukie Heights. 
Milwaukie Heights. 
Gladstone 



Eid, Emma Canby 



Milwaukie Park 

Boring Junction Tracts. 

Ardenwald 

Willamette Falls 



Windsor 

Oregon City 

Oswego 

Tualatin Meadows 

Causeys Suburban Tct. No. 1 



Windsor 

Oregon City. 

Windsor 

Windsor 

Oregon City. 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Minthorn . . . . 
Eagle Creek. 
Windsor 



Estacada 

Pompeii 

Willamette Falls. 

Orchard Hill 

Milwaukie 



Erickson, P. J. & A 

Erkie, Anna C 

Erkie, Anna C 

Emanuel Evangelical Ass'n. 
Embree, John B. & Mary. . . 



Emery, A. M 

Emmons, Halmor H. & A. N 

Emmitt, A. J. & Mary J 

Endres, Barbara 

Enger, J. E 



Engberg, Andrew & E 

Engebrecht, Gustav 

Ungebrecht, Gustav 

Engebrecht, Gustav & Anna. 
Engebrecht, G. J 



Engebrecht, G. J 

Eschelman, Ray 

Estes, Wm 

Estacada, M. E. Church . 
Estacada Mercantile Co.. 



Estacada State Bank 

Estacada Telephone & T. Co. 

Etters, Wm. & Sarah 

Etters, Wm. & Sarah 

Etters, Wm 



Milwaukie 

Oak Grove 

Clackamas Heights 

Oswegn 

Oswego 



Oswego 

Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City . 
Oregon City. 



Maywood 

Minthorn 

Barlow 

Boring Junction Tracts. 
Barlow 



Oregon City. 

Oswego 

Fruitdale. . . . 
-lunset City. . 
Oregon City. 



Oregon City 

Minthorn 

Minthorn 

Milwaukie; exempt. 
Gladstone Park 



Gladstone 

Jennings Lodge. 

Estacada 

Sunset City 

Canby 



Gladstone... 
Oregon City . 
Oregbn City. 
Oregon City. 
Gladstone... 



Oregon City. 
Estacada. . . . 
Oregon City. 

Exempt 

Estacada. . . . 



Estacada 

Estacada 

Clackamas Highlands Tracts 

Clackamas Fruit Lands 

Clackamas Fruit Lands 



23 

2 
2 



3 
4 
8 

348 
I 
2 
6 



80$ 
600 
475 
500 
100 

440 

2,195 

175 

600 

40 

90 

75 
160 
140 
220 

100 
75 
200 
250 
450 

100 

10 

250 

400 

5,185 

50 
125 
220 
1 60 
125 

125 
175 

30 

2, 
100 

90 
20 

250 
1,600 

300 

150 

SO 

70 

280 

280 

280 
1,150 
450 
550 
400 

600 

15 

190 

75 
375 

400 
480 
525 
150 
1,575 

200 

270 

90 



100 

80 
600 
100 
100 
100 

160 

800 

1,945 

50 

300 

175 

60 

400 



1,500 

19,995 

200 

320 

1,030 

.325 



350$ 

400 
100 
375 



310 
395 



200 



75 
450 



SO 



250 

75 
225 

* 

1,800 
160 

120 

350 

1 000 

250 

220 



5,600 
450 

2,700 
550 



125 

425 

120 

280 

1,960 

700 

290 



240 

75 
800 
100 
325 
350 



1,610 



300 

50 

430 



430$ 

600 

875 

600 

475 



440 

2,195 

485 

995 

40 

90 

75 

160 

340 

220 

100 
75 
200 
325 
900 

100 

10 

250 

450 

5,185 

SO 
125 
220 
410 
125 

200 

400 

30 

1,825 

260 

210 
20 

600 
1,600 
1,300 

400 

50 

70 

280 

500 

280 
6,750 

900 
3,250 

950 

600 
IS 

315 
7S 

800 

520 
760 

2,485 

150 

2,275 

490 

270 

90 



350$ 



400 
100 
375 



310 
395 



200 



75 
450 



50 



250 



75 
225 



1,800 
160 



350 

V,666 

250 



220 



5,600 
450 

2,700 
550 



125 



425 

120 

280 

1,960 



700 
290 



11,850 

5,720 
300 

* 

450 

285 



340 

155 
1,400 
200 
425 
450 

160 

800 

3,555 

SO 

300 

475 
110 
830 



13,350 

25,715 

500 

320 

1,480 

6101 



240 

75 
800 
100 
325 
350 



1,610 



50 
430 



80 
600 
475 
500 
100 

440 

2,195 

175 

600 

40 

90 

75 

160 

140 

220 

100 
75 
200 
250 
450 

100 

10 

250 

400 

5,185 

50 
125 
220 
160 
125 

125 
175 
30 
25 
100 

90 
20 

2.'?0 
1,600 

300 

150 

50 

70 

280 

280 

280 
1,150 
450 
550 
400 

600 

15 

190 

75 
375 

400 

480 

525 

150 

1,575 

200 

270 

90 



11,850 

5,720 
300 



450 
28S 



100 

80 
600 
100 
100 
100 

160 

800 

1,945 

50 

300 

175 

60 

400 



1,500 

19,995 

200 

320 

1,030 

.125 



11.18$ 

11.40 

28.45 

19.50 

12.59 



8.80 
42.82 
15.76 
17.90 

1.20 

2.12 
2.43 
3.76 
7.99 
4.40 

2.35 
1.2P 
3.20 
6.33 
23.40 

1.80 

.21 

6.50 

6.75 

132.21 

.90 
4.08 
3.96 
7.38 
4.05 

6.50 

13.00 

.80 

27.37 

1.80 

6.30 

.33 

11.70 

24.00 

34.45 

10.59 
1.05 
1.76 
7.28 

13.00 

7.28 
219.37 

29.25 
105.63 

30.87 

10.08 

.41 

5.19 

1.27 

13.20 

16.90 
14.44 
62.13 
2.70 
73.93 

15.93 
6.36 
2.12 



6.80 

3.10 
23.52 
6.00 
7.65 
11.70 

3.20 

26.00 

114.40 

1.25 

6.00 

15.42 

3.30 

26.98 



400.50 

768.49 

15.00 

8.00 

36.99 

I.S 26 



—109— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hame of Taipayer 



Address 



No. of 
Lots 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On lots 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Vonld 
Have Been 



Single Tal 



1910 Tonld 
Have Been 



Actnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 \ ' 

Under Single 1 
Tax Would \ 
Have Been 



Etters, Howard. . 
Etters, Mary A... 

I'hidy, Abel 

Evan, Walter H. 
Evan, H. T 



Evans, Metta B 

Evans, Wilson 

Evans, Amanda J 

Evans, Eliza M 

Evans, C. W. & C. B.. 

Evans, M. B. & J. B.. 
Evans, E. A. * M.... 

Evans, Chas. H 

Evans, Lewiy E 

Evangelical Church . . 



Everest, E 

Everett, Mary E 

Everson, E 

Evon, Philip 

Ewen, Geo. C. & E. C. 



Gladstone. . . 
Gladstone. . . 
Oregon City. 
Wilsonville . . 
Oswego 



Oak Grove. . . 

Canby 

Canby 

Oswego 

Oregon City. 



2 

6 

2-3 

2 

6 

2 
3 
3 
1 
.1 



Jennings Lodge. 

Marshfield 

Oregon City 

Oswego 

Exempt 



Clackamas Riverside. 
Clackamas Heights. . . 

Redland 

Gladstone 

Windsor 



Ewell, L. C 

railing, Henrietta E. & M.. 

EairfuU, James 

EairchUd, Ellen A 

Tairclough, J. B. & P. A.. . 



Pairclough, P. A. (Heirs) . . 

Fairclough, John 

Fairbrother, C. M. ct P. E.. 
Fairbrother, C. M. & P. E.. 
Eairbrother, Cyrus M 



Fanno, A. R. & A. H., 

X'anno, Kate 

Fancher, David 

Fair, Isaac 

Earr, Newton 



Minthorn 

Waverly Heights.. 
Milwaukie Park. . 

Fina von 

Oregon City 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



Earr, Elmer 

Earr, Elmer 

Farr, Clarence 

Earr, Louis 

Earr, C. P. & A. L.. 



Logan Tract.. 
-Minthorn. . . . 
Oregon City, . 
Oregon City.. 
Oregon City. . 



Gladstone 

Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



Earr, E. T 

Earr, Ross 

Farmer, H. & E 

Earnsworth, M. J-P & F. L.. . 
Eaust, Frank W 



Faust, Samuel 

Feastor, L. H 

Eeglea, Chas. S 

Eegles, Clarence h 

FeEx, Henrietta M. & E. M. 



Feldman, John 

Fentzling, Florence.. 

Fenton, M. F 

Fenton, M. F 

Ferguson, Chancey. . 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Minthorn. . . . 
Bolton 



Canemah . . . 
Canemah . . , 
Sunset City. 
Sunset City. 
Oak Grove. . 



Ferguson, Lawrence. 
Ferguson, Mary E — 

Ferrin, Ella L 

Ferree, H. M 

Ferris, Egbert F 



Ferry, Geo. Wm.. 
Fidler, J. G. Mrs.. 

Fields, Clara 

Fields, G.C 

Fields, G.C 



Oak Grove 

Minthorn 

Pompeii 

Pompeii 

Clackamas Heights Tracts.. 



New Era .... 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Minthorn . . . . 
Milwaukie... . 



Fields, G. C 

Fiebig, W. F 

Finucane, John 

Finucane, Lucretia. 
Fine, Martha, Mrs.. 



Willamette Falls Ac'rg Tcts. 

Park Place 

Canemah 

lanemah 

Park Place; i int. in 



Oregon City. 
Oak Grove... 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Canemah . . . . 



Finn, D. J. & A 

Findo, Theresa 

First National Bank 

First St. Bk. of Milwaukie . 
First Baptist Church 



Pompeii 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Mijwaukie 

Canemah; Exempt. 



First Christian Church 

First Congregational Church 
Fst. Cong. Ch. of W'l'sb'g.. . . 

Fisch, Bernard M. & M 

Fisher, T>. W 



Canby; Exempt 

Park Place. Oswego, O. City, 

Ardenwflld; Exempt 

Milwaukie 

Oregon City 



Fisher, Dan'l, Aug. & Anna. 

Fisher, Sidney 

Fisher, August 

Fisher, Chas 

Fisher, H. &G 



Oregon City 

Canby 

Gladstone 

Robertson 

Willamette Tracts.. 



4 
1 

4 
4 
2 
1 
1 

3 
2 
2.15 
2 
2 



200 

490 

1,200 

.■iO 

360 

I2S 
240 
450 
90 
500 

300 
200 
450 
370 



200 
200 

* 

100 

290 
425 
815 
200 
1,200 

300 
300 



200$ 

690 

1,400 

50 

460 

415 
665 

1,265 
290 

1,700 

600 
500 
450 
370 



200 
200 



100 

290 
425 
815 
200 
1,200 

300 
300 



325 

70 

SOO 

320 

50 

60 

11,000 

150 

80 

3,500 

340 
300 
400 
120 
200 

400 

40 

950 

1,940 

350 

110 
90 
400 
400 
600 

450 
150 
30 
30 
140 

150 
400 
820 
240 
350 

400 
15 
40 
20 

440 

40 

120 

90 

1,365 

1,600 

300 
420 
820 
250 
50 

750 
300 
200 
350 
600 

20 

10 

9,500 

300 



Exempt 



50 
240 

200 
70 

no 

400 

129 



65 
100 



20 



1,000 

600 
300 
275 
365 
300 



250 
465 
300 



450 
300 



100 
350 



200 
25 
275 
200 
150 

200 



405 
100 



400 

75 

900 



150 
575 
330 
200 

445 



16,650 
11,600 



325 

70 

565 

420 

SO 

80 

11,000 

150 

80 

4,500 

940 
600 
675 
485 
500 

400 

40 

1,200 

2,405 

650 

110 
90 
850 
700 
600 

550 
150 
30 
380 
140 

350 
425 
1,095 
440 
500 

600 
15 
40 
20 

440 

445 

220 

90 

1,365 

2,000 

375 

420 

1,720 

250 

50 

900 
875 
530 
550 
1,045 

20 

10 

26,150 

11,900 



65 
100 



2C 



1,00C 

600 
300 
275 
365 
300 



250 
465 
300 



450 
300 



100 
'350 



200 
25 
275 
200 
150 

200 



405 
100 



40C 

75 

900 



150 

575 
330 
200 
445 



16,650 
11,600 



255 



300 
290 



50 
250 



SO 
495 

500 
360 

no 

450 

375I 



255 



300 
290 



50 

250l 



200$ 

490 

1,200 

50 

360 

125 
240 
450 
90 
500 

300 
200 
450 
370 



325 

70 

500 

320 

50 

60 

1 1 ,000 

150 

80 

3,500 

340 
300 
400 
120 
200 

400 

40 

950 

1,940 

350 

no 

90 
400 
400 
600 

450 
150 
30 
30 
140 

150 
400 
820 
240 
350 

400 
15 
40 
20 

440 

40 
120 

90 
1,365 
1,600 

300 
420 
820 
250 
50 

750 
300 
200 
350 
600 

20 

10 

9,.S0O 

300 



4.00$ 

13.80 

45.50 

.75 

11.96 

8.71 
17.28 
32.88 

7.54 
55.25 

10.08 
11.50 
14.63 
9.62 



7.48 
1.75 
8.47 
8.40 
.90 

1.88 

258.50 

3.52 

2.92 

146.25 

30.55 
19.50 
21.94 
12.18 
16.25 

6.40 

1.06 

39.00 

75.21 

21.13 

2.20 

2.93 

27.62 

26.00 

19.50 

17.88 

4.88 

.54 

10.18 
2.52 

6.30 
7.65 

16.42 
6.60 

10.51 

12.60 
.39 
.66 
.33 

10.90 

6.67 

7.15 

2.93 

32.08 

53.05 

7.31 
10.50 
30.90 

4.50 
.90 

29.25 
18.37 
17.22 
17.88 
4.05 

.33 

.24 

443.63 

315.35 



50 
240 

200 
70 

no 

400 
125 



1.33 
16.09 

16.24 
9.36 
2.20 

10.57 
7.31I 



— 110— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Same of Taxpayer 



Address 



So. of 



G«nenl Property Assessmentfl in 1910 



On Lots 



Fisher, Christopher Robertson . . . 

Fisher, Hannah K [Oregon City. 



Fisher, Fred. 
Fisher, A. F.. 
Fisher, Anna. 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Gladstone. .. 



Fisher, H.J. (Trustee)., 

]?isher, Max 

Fisher, Peter 

Fischer, Anna 

Fischer, Caroline 



Canemah 

Oregon City Annex.. 

Cambridge 

Pompeii 

Oregon City 



Fischer, Caroline 

Rshburn, Emma 

Fitzgerald, T. E 

Flagler, R. G. & E. M. 
Flatland, Ella & Alex , 



Flanagan, M. H 

Flaherty, B. F. & 11. E., 

Flaherty, Theresa 

Fleming, M. A. Miss 

Flemming, M. A 



Oregon City 

Oswego 

Clackamas Heights Tracts.. 

Oregon City 

Minthorn 



Floss, L. F 

Flynn, W. S 

FoeUer, Mathias. . 

Folsom, A. V 

Folkenberg, C. F., 



Foott, John & C 

Ford, Walter 

Forbes, A. J 

Forstrom, Toivo Dr.. 
Forstrom, Toivo Dr., 



Forsyth, W. M 

Forshner, C. E. & Laura. 

Forsberg, Martha 

Foster, E. >J.&C. M 

Foster, Wm. C 



Foster, Minnie L.. 
Foster, Myrtle I.. 
Foumal, Moses. . . 

Foumal, Chas 

Fowler Sam*l. . . . 



Fox, Thomas 

Fox, Deward B.. 

Frary, I. E 

Fraley, Bertha... 
Fraley, E. L 



Frazier, Flora. . . . 

Frasier, J. L 

Franzer, Andrew. 
Franzer, Andrew. 
Franzer, Andrew. 



Frank, P. E 

FrankKn, C. & D 

Frank, Geo. B. & E. D.. 

Frank, August 

Fi-ancis, S. V 



Francis, L. J 

Freel, A. O 

Freese, F. C. & L.. 

Freese, Fred 

Freytag, O. E 



Freytag, Richard 

Freeman, Fred 

Freytag, Richard & Emma.. . 
Freeman, H. G. & Maud. . 
Freeman, Louisa 



Freeman, Mary 

Freeman, Alice E 

Freeman, M. C 

Freeman, M. C 

Freeman, M. F. & M. M . 

Freeman, D. C. & J. M.. . 

Freeman, Gust 

Freeman, Geo 

Freeman, G. S 

Fredrich, Bernhard 



Frederick, F. W Willamette Tracts. 



Frederici, Fred. 

Frederici, Fred. 

Free Meth. Church of N. A.. 

Fries, Henry W 



Friel, Maggie 

Friwald, Gustav. . . . 
Frederici, F. & M..., 
Fredrich, Gustave, . 
Fredrich, Christine. 



Oregon City 

Marshfield 

Milwaukie Park. 
Concord Tracts. . 
Concord Tracts . . 



Oregon City Annex.. 

Wilson ville 

Milwaukie Park 

South Oswego 

Hennemans Acres . . , 



Robertson 

Weslyn 

Orchard Homes.. 
Milwaukie Park. 
Milwaukie Park. 



Oregon Homes... . 

Gladstone 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Willamette Falls. 



Oregon City 

Marshfield 

Willamette Falls... 
East Oregon City.. 
Willamette Tracts.. 



Oswego 

Oswego 

Windsor 

1st Add. Estacada. 
1st Add. Estacada. 



Park Place 

Marchbanks 

Gladstone 

Gladstone 

Willamette Tracts.. 



Barlow 

Pompeii 

Fruitdale. . . . 

Outlook 

Oregon City. 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Gladstone — 



Gladstone. .. 
Canemah. . . . 
Gladstone. . . 
Oregon City. 
Canemah. . . . 



Canemah 

Windsor 

Atkinson Tract.. 
Milwaukie Park.. 
Oregon City 



Logan Tract 

Gladstone 

Canemah 

Windsor 

Oregon City Annex.. 



Canemah . 

Minthorn 

Estacada: Exempt. 
Milwaukie Heights. 



Cherryville Tracts 

Oregon City 

Clackamas Fruit Lands. 

Howarden 

Oregon City. 



215$ 
1,240 
100 
200 
110 

50 
20 
150 
20 
20 

40 
185 
300 
250 

30 

650 
450 
90 
SOS 
765 

10 

535 

1,475 

200 

200 

560 
75 

300 
40 

120 

125 
160 
1,800 
300 
200 

4,500 
360 
200 
160 
100 

1,100 

310 

SO 

100 

30 

180 
100 
130 
130 
iOO 

450 

20 

335 

410 

75 

75 
685 
350 
405 
240 

150 
ISO 

220 
125 
150 

140 
250 
1,000 
430 
600 

750 
200 
160 
100 
10 

ISO 

80 

810 



Buildings k 
Personal 
Property 



2,150 

25 

9,000 

125 

250 

.woi 



265 
250 



250 



200 
250 
250 



IOO 
350 



300 
350 
190 



50 
170 
405 
200 
700 

700 

215 

235 

765 
35 



450 
25 



50 

385 

SO 

275 



530 

50 

175 

470 

965 

70 
200 
240 

250 
590 



200 



50 
200 



185 



75 
6,000 



200 
500 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tax 
Sxemptions 
1910 Wonld 
Have Been 



480$ 
,490 
IOO. . 
450 
110.. 



50 
20 
ISO 
20 
20 

40 
385 
550 
500 

30 

750 
800 
90 
505 
765 

10 

835 

1,475 

200 

550 

560 
265 
300 
40 
120 

175 
330 
2,205 
500 
900 

5,200 
360 
415 
160 
335 

1,865 

345 

50 

too 

30 

630 
100 
155 
130 
100 

500 
20 
720 
460 
350 

75 

1,215 

400 

580 

710 

1,115 
ISO 
260 
325 
390 

390 
840 
1,000 
430 
800 

750 
200 
210 
300 
10 

ISO 
265 
810 



2,150 

IOO 

15,000 

125 

450 

1.000 



265 
250 



250 



200 
250 
250 



IOO 
350 



300 
'350 
'i96 



50 
170 
405 
200 
700 

700 

'2is 

235 

765 
35 



450 
"25 



50 



385 

50 

275 



530 

50 

175 

470 

965 



40 
200 
240 

250 
590 



SO 
200 



185 



75 
6,000 



200 
•SOO 



Single Tax 



1910 Wonld 
Ears Been 



215 
1,240 
IOO 
200 
110 

50 
20 
ISO 
20 
20 

40 
I8S 
300 
250 

30 

650 
450 
90 
505 
765 

10 

535 

1,475 

200 

200 

560 
75 

300 
40 

120 

125 
160 
1,800 
300 
200 

4,500 
360 
200 
160 
IOO 

1,100 
310 

SO 
100 

30 

180 
100 
130 
130 
100 

500 

20 

335 

410 

75 

75 
685 
350 
405 
240 

ISO 
ISO 
220 
125 
ISO 

140 
250 
1,000 
430 
600 

750 
200 
160 
IOO 
10 

ISO 

80 
810 



2,150 

25 

9,000 

125 

250 

500 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Singlt 

Tax Tonld 

lave Been 



11.28 
44.26 

3.25 
14.63 

2.20 

.90 
.42 
3.52 
.34 
.50 

1.00 

10.01 

11.69 

16.25 

.79 

24.37 
18.40 
2. II 
7.58 
11.47 

.24 

12.53 

34.65 

3.80 

12.93 

13.16 

4.76 

4.50 

.94 

2.82 

4.47 

6.60 

71.67 

16.25 

17. 5S 

169.00 
8.28 
8.09 
3.84 
6.52 

48.49 
8.98 

.90 
3.00 

.90 



9.00 

.33 

17.65 

6.90 
11.37 

2.45 
39.48 
13.00 
18.84 
14.20 

11.15 

2.70 
5.20 
10.55 
7.02 

7.52 
15.12 
25.50 
10.03 
26.00 

27.38 

4.00 

3.78 

5.40 

.21 

2.92 

4.22 

20.27 



50.54 

1.50 

487.50 

3.12 

11.25 

32.50 



—111— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Nam« of Taipa/flr 



Address 



No. of 
Lots 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Lota 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 'Vonld 
Ear* Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Wonld 
EaT6 Been 



Afitnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1911 

Under Single 

Tax Vonid 

Hare Bees 



Frost, Julia .... 

Frost. C. A 

Frost, G. M 

Froat, J. C 

Fromong, John. 



Fromong, Andy & V.. 
Fromong, Ollie Ann . . 
Frossard, Geo. & A... 

FVoBsard, Geo , 

Fuchs, Elizabeth 



FHichs, Elizabeth 

Fuge,C,S 

Fuge, 0. S 

Fuge, 0. E 

Fuge, Christina 



•Gable, Chas 

<5adke, Wm 

■Gadke, F. C. & T. 
Gage, James E.. . . 
Gaiaer, Ludwig. . . 



Oallager, Elsie A 

Gallagher, Cecilia 

Gallogly, Francis E 

Gallogly, Maud 

Gambrmus Brewing Co 

Gambrinus Brewing Co 

Gans, Henry 

Gans, Clara (Heirs) 

Gans, Rcsie E 

Ganong, R. C 



Ganaird, Mary E.. 

Gantz, Geo. E 

Gantz, Geo. E 

Gard, Rosco 

Garde, Solomon... 



Gary, T. J 

Gary, T. J. & Marian S.... 

Garner, W. A 

Gardiner, Jessie J 

Garfield, G.C 



Garrow, E. J. Mrs. ... 

Gault, Thos. E 

Gauger, Fred 

Gay, R. A. & Effie L.. 
Gebhard, Alary L 



Gelinsky, Atarie Gogswell. 

Gentry, W. H. H 

Gengler Madelena 

Gengler, T.ouis 

Gengler Michael 



Gensheimer, Michael.., 

George, MoUie G 

George, Mary 

George, Sarah 

George, A. H 



Gerber, Eliza A , 

Gerritz, Frank. ...;..., 

Gerritz, H. & D , 

German Church , 

German M. E. Church. 



German Evan. Church 

German Camp Mtg. Ass'n.. . 

Gettman, Casper 

rGibbs. G. F 

' Gibbs, Jessie 



" Gibbs, Jessie 

-■Gibbs, Thos 

. Gibson, Rosalind 

Gibson, John & Rosalind.. 

Gibson, Eliza 



- Gibson, R. E 

► Giddings, H. T... 

Gillmore, Jas. R.. 

Gillette, John. . . . 
■ Gillam, E. W.... 



Gildnor, B 

Gildner, B 

Gilbert, Chas... 
Gilbert, Frank,, 
Gilbert, Ray A. 



Gilhousen, W. H 

Gilbertson, Ole 

Gilbertson, Peter 

Gilbertson, GP~H A&P. 
' Glade, Liz/ie. 



Canemah 

Gladstone 

MayTvood 

W. Gladstone 

Willamette Tracts.. 



"Willamette Falls. 

W. Gladstone 

Robertson 

Robertson 

Oregon City 



Oregon City , 
Oregon City, 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City, 
Oregon City. 

Park Place,, 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oak Grove. . , 



Milwaukie 

Milwaukie Park. 

Gladstone 

Gladstone 

Oregon City 



Oregon City^ . . 
South Oswego. 
South Oswego. 
South Oswego. 
Canemah 



Milwaukie 

Oswego 

Tualatin Meadows. 

Park Place 

Oregon City 



Willamette. 
Willamette. 
Marshfield.., 

Oswego 

Oswego 



Milwaukie Park. 

Gladstone 

Oregon City 

Gladstone 

Minthorn 



Milwaukie Heights 

Marshfield 

Clackamas Heights Tracts... , 
Clackamas Heights Tracts... 
Clackamas Heights Tracts... 

Clackamas Highlands Tracts 

Brightwood 

So. Oregon City, No. 1 

So. Oregon City, No. 1 

So. Oregon City, No. 1 



Oregon City 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Oregon City; Exempt.. 
Oak Grove 



Oregon City; Exempt.. 

Oak Grove 

Milwaukie Park 

So. Oregon City No. 1 
Canemah 



W, Gladstone,. 

Canemah 

Logan Tract..., 
Logan Tract... 
Pompeii 



Pompeii 

Hyde Park.. 

Gladstone 

Oregon City. 
Sandy 



Hyde Park.. 

Sunset City. 
Estacada . . . 
Glenmorrie.. 
Oak Grove.. 



Barlow 

Irvin Tracts, 

Barlow 

Barlow 

Canby 



m 



243 
3 

2 



300 S 

240 

1,000 

70 

350 

125 
280 
325 
280 
2,000 

2,450 
450 
900 
650 
250 

120 
150 

2,650 
750 

1,910 

225 

50 

200 

200 

8,000 

r,37S 

150 

75 

300 

405 

250 
475 
840 
240 
700 

2,275 

160 

40 

250 

280 

80 
425 

90 
150 

40 

480 
100 
400 
240 
240 

580 

500 

120 

50 

50 

200 

275 
700 



150 



1,200 

300 

80 

100 

40 

40 

7,420 

6,060 

20 

20 

10 

110 

125 

30 

3,800 

375 

90 

975 

150 

70 
1,760 
60 
30 
160 



400$ 
250 



205 

340 
150 
35 

650 

950 
300 
370 
265 
250 



125 

2,300 

235 

150 

425 

ISO 

2,000 

400 

225 

* 

380 
750 



150 

800 



1,135 
605 



475 

SO 

900 



800 

50 

345 

300 



110 
100 



300 
400 
250 



700 

490 

1,000 

70 

555 

465 
430 
360 
280 
2,650 

3,400 
750 

1,270 
915 
500 

120 

275 
4,950 

985 
2,060 



400 
250 



205 

340 
150 

35 



650 

950 
300 
370 
265 
250 



125 

2,300 

235 

150 



650 
SO 


425 


350 

200 

0,000 

1,775 
ISO 


150 

■ ■ ■ ■ 2,666 

400 


300 
300 


225 


785 

1,000 
475 


380 
750 


840 




390 
1,500 

3,410 
160 


150 
800 

1,135 


40 




855 
280 


605 


80 




900 

140 

1,050 

40 


475 

SO 

900 



1,280 
ISO 
745 
540 
240 

690 

600 

120 

SO 

50 

500 
675 
950 



800 

51 

345 

300 



110 
100 



300 
400 
250 



250 



250 



150 



300 



200 



365 



1,200 

300 

80 

100 

40 

40 

7,570 

6,060 

20 

20 

10 

110 

425 

30 

3,800 

375 

90 

975 

350 

70 
1,760 

425 
30 
I60> 



ISO 



300 



200 



300$ 

240 

1,000 

70 

350 

125 
280 
325 
280 
2,000 

2,450 
450 
900 
650 
250 

120 

150 
2,650 

750 
1,910 

225 

SO 

200 

200 

8,000 

1,375 

150 

75 

300 

405 

250 
475 
840 
240 
700 

2,275 

160 

40 

250 

280 

80 
425 

90 
150 

40 

480 
100 
400 
240 
240 

580 
500 
120 

SO 

SO 

200 
275 
700 



150 



12.60$ 
9.80 

16.80 
1.40 

11.76 

9.07 
8.60 
8.46 
6.58 
86.12 

100.50 

24,38 
41.28 
29.74 
16.25 

3.00 

8.94 

160.87 

19.57 

43.26 

17.23 

1.18 

7.00 

4.00 

325.00 

57.69 
2.85 
5.70 
S.70 

14.13 

26.50 
9.02 

12.60 
9.75 

48.75 

66.50 

3.12 

.92 

21.50 

7.28 

1.88 
17.99 

4.55 
21.00 

1.06 

30.0: 
3.45 
18.62 
13.50 
6.00 

17.25 
14.10 

2.28 
.95 
.95 

16.25 
17.56 
24.70 



8.40 



365 



25.20 
7.05 
1.52 
1.80 

.80 

.72 

276.30 

221.19 

.34 

.33 

.20 

2.20 

13.80 

.90 

76.00 

6.75 
2.70 
18.53 

7.35 

1.15 

29.04^ 

7.05 

.49 

4.16 



1.76 

44.28 

1.51 

.76 

7.53 



-112— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hunt of laiptjer 



iddr«s8 



No. of 
Lots 



General Property Issessments in 1910 



On Lots 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
ifisessment 



Single Tax 
Sxemptions 
1910 Tonld 
EaTi Been 



Single Tai 



1910 Tonld 
Have Been 



ictnal Tai 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax ¥ould 

Hare Been 



Glass, Alice E 

Class, Huldah L 

Gladstone, R. E. Ass'n. 
Gladstone, R. E. Ass'n. 
Gladstone. R. E. Ass'n. 

Gladstone, R. E. Ass'n. 

Glen, Sarah P 

Glenn, Jessie Mrs 

Glehn, Anna 

Glennon, Francis 



Gleason, JohnT.. 
Gleason, Maggie. 
Glower, John. . . . 
Godon, Chas. E.. 
Godfrey, Viola... 



Godfrey, F.W 

Godfrey, D. E 

Goettling, A. & A 

Golf, MUtonH 

Golden, Edwin C. & A.. 



Goldsmith, Bertha & Celia . . 
Gongdon, L. Y. & Annie A., 

Good, W. E 

Goode, J. F 

Goodale, Josephine 



Goodwin, J. Lincoln. 
Goodrich, Remus. . . . 

Goodfellow, Robt 

Gordon, Herbert . . . . 
Gorbett, Joshua 



Gorbett, O 

Gorgan, Bertha 

Goss, W. E 

Goss, Henry P. & Mabel. 
Gossett, Z.J 



Gray, Ida W 

Gray, Patrick B.. 

Graham, John 

Grahn, J. E 

Grace, Florence.. 



Grant, Francis & B. H.. 

Grasle, J. W 

Grasle, J. W 

Grasier, 0. & H 

Grasier, Mary 



Grasier, Caroline, . . 
Grazer, EUzabeth. . 

Grazer, W 

Graves, Martha 

Graves, Martha E.. 

Graves, Adolphus. , 
Graves, AJice M — 

Graham, B. R 

Graham, Richard. . 
Graham, Sarah. . . . 



Graham, John M., 

Graham, J. M 

Graham, A. W — 
Graham, Samuel. 
Graham, J. L 



Graffelman, Louise 

Green, Fred W. <fe Minnie . 

Green, W. C. & Delia 

Green, Wesley 

Green, Gwennie 



Green, Mary 

Green, Geo 

Green, Abbie 

Greaves, Fannie L.. 
Greaves, G. G 



Greaves, R. L 

Greaves, Lydia 

Gregory, Geo. H 

Greenwood, J. E 

Greenman, C. N 



Greehman, Isophena. 



Greenman, F, 
Griep, Francis 
Griel, Theresa 
Griffis, W. S.. 



Robertson . . . 
Estacada. . . . 
Canemah. . . . 
Howarden . . . 
Oregon City. 



Gottberg, C. F 

Gove, C. A 

Gowanlock, E. M 

Gray, Chas. W 

Gray, J. W 



Gladstone 

Oak Grove 

Orchard Homes 

Boring Junction Tracts. 
Oregon City 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City . 
Pinehurst. .. . 

Robertson 

Oregon City. 



Estacada. . . . 
Maywood . . . , 
Oregon City. 
Milwaukie... , 
Marshfield..., 



Pruneland 

Morrow Glen Tract.. 

Oregon City 

Min thorn 

Maywood 



Willamette Falls 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Cable Acres 

So. Oregon City No. 



Oregon City 

Coolridge Home Tracts. 
So. Oregon City No. 1 . . 

Pruneland 

Weslyn 



Oregon City 

Marchbanks 

Robertson 

Clackamas Heights. 
CoveU 



Oswego 

Sandy 

Gladstone . . . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



Silve*- Spring Addition . 

Milwaukie Heights 

Minthorn 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Oregon City. 

Canby 

Oregon City . 
Green Point. 
Canemah. . . . 



Gladstone 

WUlamette Falls. 

Estacada 

Minthorn 

Minthorn 



Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

So. Oregon City No. 
Windsor 



Marshfield . . . 
Oak Grove.., 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



Oregon City 

Willamette Park. 
Willamette Park. 

Bolton 

Willamette 



Willamette.. 
Willamette.. 

Molalla 

Estacada. . . . 
Oregon City. 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Windsor 



3 
1 

31 
9 
4 

690 

2 

1 
2 

2 
2 

4 

4 

. I 

I 

2 
I 
4 

2 
I 

8 

i 

3 

2 
I 
3 

2 

2 
I 
2 
2 
1 

I 

3 
2 
t 
I 

10 
3 
6 
2 
I 

1 
30 
31 

I 



120] 
50 
360 
560 
200 

50,305 

475 

150 

50 

700 

450 
800 
175 
300 
1,250 

60 
1,000 

625 
SO 
120 

625 
500 
200 
160 
500 

450 
550 
ISO 
800 
120 

200 
SO 
120 
675 
250 

125 
85 
100 
200 
300 

600 
90 
680 
175 
150 

300 

1,320 

465 

500 

1,150 

550 
80 
450 
250 
240 

120 
125 
90 
60 
60 

400 

3,000 

150 

60 

100 

240 
975 
1,700 
200 
175 

225 
400 
200 
240 
60 

200 
140 
100 
135 
1,200 

1,100 

500 

200 

700 

40 



300 



165 
265 



100 

225 



200 
300 



75 
550 



700 
75 



400 
175 

175 

550 

25 

300 

75 

300 



260 
125 

400 
100 
325 
310 
600 



1,200 

400 
900 

750 
240 
400 
250 
160 

160 
250 
370 



200 
150 



600 

300 

75 

300 

135 
390 

500 
695 

140 

455 
250 
500 

400 
SOO 
250 
200 



120 
350 
360 
560 
200 

50,470 
740 
150 
ISO 
925 



650 

1,100 

175 


200 
300 


375 
1,800 

60 


75 
550 


1 000 




1,325 
125 
120 


700 

75 


625 




900 
200 


400 


335 
500 


175 


625 
550 


175 


700 
825 
120 


550 

25 


500 
50 


300 


120 




750 
2S0 


75 


425 
85 
100 


300 



460 

425 

1,000 
190 

1,00s 
485 
750 

300 

2,520 

465 

900 

2,050 

1,300 
320 
850 
500 
400 

280 

375 

460 

60 

60 

400 

3,200 

ISO 

60 

250 

240 

1,575 

2,000 

275 

475 

360 
790 
200 
740 
7S5 

340 
140 

555 

385 

1,700 

1,500 

1,000 

450 

900 

40 



300 



165 

265 



100 
225 



260 
125 

400 
100 
32S 
310 
600 



1,200 



400 
900 

750 
240 
400 
250 
160 

160 

250 
370 



200 



150 



600 

300 

75 

300 

135 
390 



500 
695 



140 



455 
250 
500 

400 
500 
250 
200 



120 
50 
360 
560 
200 

50,305 

475 

ISO 

50 

700 

450 
800 
175 
300 
1,250 

60 

1,000 

625 

SO 

120 

625 
500 
200 
160 
500 

450 
SSO 
ISO 
800 
120 

200 
SO 
120 
675 
250 

125 
85 
100 
200 
300 

600 
90 
680 
175 
ISO 

300 

1,320 

465 

500 

1,150 

550 
80 
450 
250 
240 

120 
125 
90 
60 
60 

400 

3,000 

ISO 

60 

100 

240 
975 
1,700 
200 
175 

225 
400 
200 
240 
60 

200 
140 
100 
135 
1,200 

1,100 

500 

200 

700 

40 



2.82 
10.50 

6.48 
14.00 

5.00 

1,009.43 

15.53 

2.25 

2.55 

30.07 

21.13 

35.75 

2.63 

8.82 

58.50 

1.80 

16.80 

43.07 

3.3 

2.76 

11.24 
14.40 
6.50 
8.87 
8.40 

12.17 
17.88 
22.75 
19.37 

2.28 

16.25 

.85 
2.28 
11. 2S 
9.12 

13 8 
2.00 
2.35 

11.00 
6.76 

26.00 
5.70 
20.05 
14.40 
24.37 

4.80 
59.21 
10.92 
29. 2S 
66.63 

42.25 

8.32 

27.62 

16.25 

7.20 

5.60 
7. 35 
13.78 
1.58 
1.59 

13.00 

104.00 

4.88 

I 

4.50 

5.52 
33.07 
65.00 

8.93 
15.42 

6.48 
18.17 

4.60 
13.32 
14.73 

7.26 
2.74 
11.65 
11.54 

55.25 

48.75 
32.50 
11.25 
29.25 
.72 



-113— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



lame of lupajer 



Address 



Ho. of 

Lots 



General Property issessments in 1910 



Ox liOts 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
AssesBment 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Would 
lave Been 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Would 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1911) 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

laTO Been 



Grjbbon, E. W.... 
Griessen, Fannie. . 

Griessen, Fritz 

Griessen, A. H — 
Grimshaw, H. W.. 



GrimshaWj G. L — 
Grigsby, Elmira D . 

Griffith, F. T 

Griffith, F.T 

Griffith, Mary M. . . 



Griffin, Doasie 

Gribble, E. O. Mrs 

Griesharber, Andrew. . . 

Gross, Gottlieb 

Gross, Michael, D & N.. 



Gross, Joseph B . . . 

Gross, Edward 

Gross, Edward 

Gross, Wilhamina. 
Grossenbacher, G.. 



Guedon, H. L. . . . 
Guerin, Anna E. . 

Guilic, Inez 

Guthrie, Mary E.. 
Gutperlet, Frank. 



Guy, L.N 

Haas, Jos. & Mary. 

Habelt, Frank 

Haberlach, Wm 

Habersham, R. R.. . 



Habersetzer, Jos. A 

Hackett, E. C 

Hackett, Alma M 

Hackett, E. C 

Hage, Fred'k, & Anna Rose. 



Hair, S. W.... 
Haines, C. N.. 
Haines, M. J. . 
Haines, J. C... 
Hall, C.J 



HaU, Eliza A 

Hall, E. L. & Gertrude. 

Hale, John R 

Hale, Chas 

Hale, C 



Hanson, G. H. & C. M. 

Halton, Mary A 

Halley, M.J 

Hallinan, Katherjne 

Hallinan, Kate 



Hallinan, Wm... 
Halverson, Ella. 

Ham, W. A 

Ham, R. M 

Hamlin, J. D.. . . 



Hammond, J. E.. . . 
Hampton, Alice K. 
Hamilton, R. E.... 
Hamilton, Geo. A.. 
Hamilton, Jessie C. 



Hammerly, F. H . . . 

Hanlon, Kate 

Hanlon, G. J. &M.. 

Haney, Milton 

Hanson, Peter 



Hanson, G. H. & C. M 

Hanson, G. H. & C. M 

Hanson, Carl B. & J. M 

Han.son, Hans & Martha K.. 
Hanifin, Herbert 



Hannah, E. E.... 

Hart, Jos. M 

Hart, Jos. M 

Hart, Bertha M.. 
Hart, Ira 



Hart, Georgianna. 
Hart, Claudia .... 

Hart, Kate , 

Hart, Delbert 

Harris, Herman... , 



Harris, Herman.. 

Harris, Pat 

Harris, Geo. W... 

Harris, I. H 

Harris, Marv. . . . 



Estacada Heights 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Willamette Falls 

Clackamas Riverside. 



Windsor 

Cenemah 

Canemah 

So. Oswego; undiv. i int. in. 
Oregon City 



Oregon City 

Windsor 

Clackamas Heights. 

Willamette '..... 

Finavon 



Multnomah Acres. 

Willamette 

Willamette 

Willamette 

Canemah 



Oregon City. 
Minthorn. . . . 
Gladstone. . . 
Oak Grove. . 
New Era . 



Minthorn 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Marshfield 

Pleasant Little Homes No. 3 



Milwaukie Park 

Howarden 

Gladstone 

Oregon City 

Hanneman's Acres. 



Oregon City . . 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Oregon City. 



Oswego . . . . 
Robertson . 
Robertson. 
Windsor . . . 
Windsor, . . 



Oak Grove . . 
Gladstone. . . 
Minthorn. , . 
So. Oswego.. 
So. Oswego.. 



So. Oswego 

So. Oswego 

Milwaukie 

Milwaukie 

Morrow Glen Tract. 



Marchbanks. . . . 
Jennings Lodge. 

Molalla 

Park Place 

Park Place 



Gladstone 

Milwaukie Park 

Buena Vista 

Boring Junct. Tracts. 
Windsor 



Oak Grove. . 
Oak Grove. . 
Minthorn. . . . 

Barlow 

Oregon City. 



Estacada 

Cable Acres 

Milwaukie Park. 
Jennings Lodge. , 
Jennings Lodge., 



Canemah 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Oregon City . . . . . 
Milwaukie Park. 



Milwaukie Heights. 

Gladstone 

Milwaukie Park. . . . 

Minthorn 

Oak Grove 



150$ 

2,200 

800 

200 

1,010 

120 

SO 

60 

300 

1,500 

50 
120 

SO 
ISO 
300 

1,250 
22S 
900 
300 
360 

400 
20 
100 
350 
40 

240 

750 

275 

225 

45 

1,800 
70 

200 
1,100 

500 

300 
650 
125 
250 
100 

360 
150 
600 
360 
160 

400 
250 
20 
150 
250 

300 
200 

80 

75 
570 

100 
300 

25 

SO 
ISO 

220 
360 
250 
30 
200 

400 
400 
120 
SO 
400 

4S 
600 
550 
300 
300 

80 
180 
180 
240 
320 

305 

320 

90 

150 

1.200 



900 
2,200 

* 

305 



ISO 

800 

75 
335 
ISO 
440 



250 
100 



250 
30 



450 
300 
935 



175 

200 
400 
400 

50 
405 
350 
270 
250 

100 
250 
3S0 
65 
100 

340 

225 



500 



225 

300 

400 

ISO 

10 

275 



340 
290 
200 
400 

80 



400 
100 

50 
ISO 
405 
230 



300 
15 



100 



150 
3,100 
3,000 

200 
1,315 

120 

200 

60 

300 

2,300 

125 
455 
200 
S90 
300 

1,250 
225 
900 
300 
610 

500 

20 

100 

600 

70 

240 
1,200 

575 

1,160 

45 

1,975 
70 

400 
1,500 

900 

3S0 
I, OSS 
475 
520 
350 

460 
400 
950 
425 
260 

740 
47S 
20 
ISO 
250 

800 

200 

80 

7S 
570 

100 

525 

25 

50 

450 

620 
360 
400 
40 
475 

400 
740 
410 
250 
800 

125 
600 
550 
700 
400 

130 
360 
585 
470 
320 

305 
620 
105 
ISO 
1.300 



900 
!,200 



305 



150 



800 

75 
335 
150 
440 



250 
100 



250 
30 



4S0 
300 
935 



175 



200 
400 
400 

50 
405 
3S0 
270 
250 

100 
250 
350 
65 
100 

340 
225 



500 



225 



300 
400 



150 

10 

275 



340 
290 
200 
400 

80 



400 
100 

50 
180 
405 
230 



300 
15 



100 



ISO 

2,200 

800 

200 

1,010 

120 

50 

60 

300 

1,500 

SO 
120 

50 
150 
300 

1,250 
225 
900 
300 
360 

400 

20 

100 

350 

40 

240 
750 

275 

225 

45 

1,800 
70 

200 
1,100 

500 

300 
650 
125 
250 
100 

360 
150 
600 
360 
160 

400 
250 
20 
ISO 
250 

300 

200 

80 

75 

570 

100 

300 

25 

SO 

ISO 

220 
360 
250 
30 
200 

400 
400 
120 
50 
400 

45 
600 
550 
300 
300 

80 
180 
180 
240 
320 

305 

320 

90 

150 

1,200 



4.50$ 

100.75 

97.50 

3.90 

26.30 



2.16 
3.60 
1.08 
5.70 
74.75 

4.07 

8.20 

S.OO 

11.5 

10.95 

20.63 
4.38 

17.55 
5.85 

10.98 



5.64 
38.99 
18.70 
26.68 

1.16 

46.42 

1. 75 

8.00 

48.75 

21. IS 

11.38 
27.42 
12.36 
13.50 
11.38 

11.96 
9.40 

22.33 
7.66 
4.68 

15.54 
4.7S 
.53 
2. 85 
6.50 

15.20 
5.20 
2.12 
2.00 
9.12 

2.35 

8.82 

.54 

1.25 

11.25 

12 40 
8.46 

13 20 
68 

8.55 

8.40 
IS. 54 
9.64 
4.12 
26.00 

3.74 
14.10 
12.92 
11.76 

6.72 

2.34 
11.70 
19.01 
15.28 

7.52 

7.17 

12.40 

2.46 

3.98 

27.301 



—114— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Kama o{ Tupaytr 



iddress 



So. of 

Lots 



General Fropertj isBesflments in 1910 



On Lots 



BtilldingB k 
Feraonal 
Property 



Total 
issessment 



Single Tax 
Sxemptions 
1910 Tonld 
Eavi Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Tonld 
laTe Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Wonid 

Have Been 



Harris, V 

Harris, W. F 

Harris, Jennie B., . 

Harris, Sam'l 

Harris, Edward B.. 



Harris, Minnie Mrs.. . 

Harms, H. D ^ . . 

Harms, Bertha 

Harms, Adolph 

Hargan, Chas. W 



Harer, Esther L 

Harty, R. F. & C. E.. 

Harney, James 

Harlow, Lydia A 

Harlow, F.C 



Harlow, F.O.......;^. 

Harlow, Florm C. & D.. 

Harlow, Dorothy 

Harger, E 

Hardwick, Robt 



Hardmeier, Herman. 

Harrison, Fannie 

Harless, Jos 

Harless, Jacob 

Harper, Lavina J.. . . 



Harvey, Augustus H . 

Hartke, Julia T 

Martman, Chris 

Harvey, Daniel 

Hargreaves, G, E 

Hargreaves, G. E 

Hargreaves, G. E 

Hargreaves, Lucy. . . . 
Hargreaves, Holden.. 
Hardesty, J. R. 



Hartnell, O. R.... 
Harding, Geo. A.. 
Harding, Geo. A.. 
Harding, Geo. A.. 
Harding, Geo. A. . 



Harding, Jennie B 

Harding, Jennie B 

Harding, Belle 

Harrington, Maria Mrs.. 
Harrington, M. E 



Harrington, E. Mrs 

Harrington, J. N 

Hassing, Edith 

Hasbrouck, D. H 

Hatch, H. W 



Hatch, M. A 

Hathaway, Sarah A 

Hathaway, H. J 

■ Hathaway, H.J 

Haun, Sarah E. & John F.. 



Havill, Arthur A.. 

' Havens, A 

Havens, B. R 

Hawkes, Rose A. . 
Hawker, Mary E.. 



Hawkins, Asa P 

Hawkins, Jos 

Hawkins, C. B. (Heirs) . . . 
Hawkins, Chas. (Heirs) . . . 
Hawley Pulp & Paper Co. 



Hawley, Willard F.. 

Hawley, Eva A 

Hayes, J. R 

Hayes, J. C 

Hayes, Mary L 



Haynes, Josephine J 

Hayden, Carrid E 

Hayden, Henry W 

Hayford, J. T. & Faxon. 
Hayford, I. T 

Hayward, A.O. & M. L.. 

Hayward, Martha 

Hayhurst, M. E 

Hayhurst, Maud B 

Hayhurst, Wm 



Hayhurst, Wm 

Hegdale, O. F 

Heikel, Ossi 

Heiler, Jos 

Heinz, Chas. R 



Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Plaesant Little Homes No. 3, 
So. Oregon City No. 3 



Rosewood... 
Wilson ville.. 
Wilsonville . . 
Oregon City. 
Oak Grove.. 



Oak Grove 

Windsor 

Brickley Tracts. . 

Robertson 

llilwaukie Park. 



Robertson . . 
Robertson . . 
Robertson . . 
So. Oswego 
So. Oswego.. 



Milwaukie Park. 

Minthorn 

Molalla 

Molalla 

Robertson 



Barlow 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Park Place 

Clackamas Riverside. 



Marshfield . . . 
Oregon City.. 
Gladstone . . . . 
Logan Tract.. 
Oregon City. . 



Clackamas Park 

Oregon City 

Harding & Walding Tract.. 

Oregon City 

Willamette Falls 



Willamette Falls. 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Gladstone 

(Oregon City 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Minthorn. . . . 
Oregon City. 
Minthorn. .. . 



Oswego 

.Jennings Lodge. 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Robertson 

Estacada 

Estacada 

Gladstone 

MilwauKie Park. 



Estacada. . . . 
Logan Tract.. 
Gladstone.... 
Gladstone.... 
Oregon City.. 



Pompeii 

Oregon City. 
So. Oswego.. 
Oregon City. 
Minthorn... . 



Milwaukie 

Pleasant Little Homes No. 3 

Windsor 

Gladstone 

Park Place 



Mar.shfield . . . 
Oregon City . 
Park Place. . 
Canemah. . . . 
Oak Grove... 



Oak Grove 

(Jregon City...... 

Milwaukie Park. 

So. Oswego 

iMilwaukie Park. 



1,900 

200 

180 

40 

130 

200 

125 

30 

40 

240 

60 
100 

25 
325 

50 

135 
60 
490 
400 
150 

200 
40 
SO 

405 
60 

2,550 

800 

400 

50 

900 

320 
500 
200 
150 
30 

1,375 

350 

1,510 

17,700 

125 

100 
7,500 
1,300 

240 
80 

150 
240 

60 
330 

30 

1,760 
300 
270 
180 
400 

515 

60 

60 

120 

240 

60 

2,500 

200 

90 

11,500 

40 

2,300 

200 

100 

720 

1,400 
140 
450 
120 
ISO 

I5S 
175 
300 
30 
900 

325 

460 

35 

240 

550{ 



$ 4,200 



170 
300 



2S0 



350 
200 



300 
205 



300 



1.650 
200 

200 
250 
300 

200 



550 

275 

* 

SO 

* 

16,600 



1,700 
600 
500 
200 

ISO 
ISO 

25 
140 



300 



450 
300 



65 



93,200 



,000 

50 

250 



SO 



195 
200 

300 
200 
290 
175 



800 



6,1001$ 

2001.. 

180!.. 

401.. 

1301.. 

2001. . 
29S| 
330 
40 
490 

60 
-'50 
225 
325 

50 

135 
60 
790 
605 
ISO 

500 

40 

5U 

2,055 

260 

2,750 

1,050 

700 

SO 

1,100 

320 

1,050 

200 

42S 

30 

1,375 

400 

1,510 

34,300 

125 

100 

9,200 

1,900 

740 

280 



390 
85 

470 
30 

1,760 
300 
270 
180 
700 

965 
360 
60 
120 
240 

60 

2,565 

200 

90 

104,700 

40 

3,300 

250 

350 

720 

1,450 
140 
450 
315 
350 

455 
375 
590 
205 
900 

325 

1,260 

35 

240 

550 



4,200 



170 
300 



250 



350 
200 



300 
205 



300 



1,650 
200 

200 
250 
300 



200 



550 



27S 



50 



16,600 



1,700 
600 
500 
200 

150 
ISO 
25 
140 



300 



450 
300 



65 



93,200 



1,000 

SO 

250 



50 



195 
200 

300 
200 
290 
175 



800 



1.900 

200 

180 

40 

130 

200 
125 
30 
40 

240 

60 
100 

25 
325 

50 

133 
60 
490 
400 
ISO 

200 
40 
50 

405 
60 

2,SS0 

800 

400 

SO 

900 

320 
500 
200 
ISO 
30 

1375 

350 

1,510 

17,700 

125 

100 
7,500 
1,300 

240 
80 

ISO 
240 

60 
330 

30 

1,760 
300 
270 
180 
400 

515 

60 

60 

120 

240 

60 

2,500 

200 

90 

11,500 

40 

2,300 

200 

100 

720 

1,400 
140 
450 
120 
ISO 

1 55 
175 
300 
30 
900 

325 
460 
35 
240 
550 



198.25:$ 
6.50 
5,86 
I .02 
2.47 

3.30 
4.41 
4.95 
I .00 
10.29 

1.26 
8.10 
8.22 
7.64 
1.18 

3.17 

1.41 

18.27 

11.50 

3.90 

11.75 
1.06 
1.05 

53.15 
6.11 

43.50 
34.13 
22.75 
.90 
25.30 

7.36 

33.64 

4.00 

6.80 

.98 

31.62 

13.00 

37.75 

1,114.75 

2.44 

1.95 

292.50 

61.75 

14.80 

9.10 

9.75 
12.69 

2.00 

15.27 

.70 

4S.76 
5.04 
8.77 
5.86 

22.75 

22.66 

10.80 

1.80 

2.40 

S.64 

1.80 

40.00 

4.00 

1.80 

3,584.75 

.66 

107.25 

3.75 

8.75 

26.28 

38.43 
3.58 
8.10 
6.30 

8.7S 

10.46 
12.18 
14.75 
3.69 
18.90 

6.83 

40.95 

.82 

4.56 
12.92 



—115- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






iddresi 


So. of 
Lots 


Genenil Fropertj issessments in 1910 


Single Tai 
Iiomptions 
1910 Tonld 
Hart Bien 


Single Tax 
iesessment 
1910¥onld 
lave Been 


ietnalTax 
Paid for 


Taxforl91» 

Under Sincl, 

laiTonIa 

Eara Been 


Kuoe of Taxpayer 


On Lots 


fiQiIdi]igs& 
P«r8on»l 
Proptrty 


Total 
iiiessment 


Heighton, B. C 




2 
12 
4 

I 

1 
1 

4 

1 
2 
3 

1 

2 
29 
3 
3 
4 

4 

2 
2 
2 

1 

3 
2 
10 

3 
2 
1 

1 

4 
2 

1 

4 

I 

2 
1 
6 

1 

2 
3 

1 
2 

1 

4 
4 
3 
3 
2 

2 
94 
H 

4 
, 2 

4 

5 
9 

2 
S 

..3 


$ 80 

2,565 

1,400 

SO 

100 

20 
100 
450 

30 
400 

30 

1,300 

360 

700 

60 

120 
435 
150 
45 
250 

40 
75 
100 
95 
90 

70 
450 
270 

30 
460 

315 
800 
SO 
400 
400 

350 
175 
300 

80 
1,075 

500 
40 
20 
90 

300 

30 
850 
200 
300 

40 

200 
60 
210 
150 
100 

40 

1,100 

12,685 

700 

100 

525 

525 

150 

80 

75 

150 

140 

20 

1,300 

34G 

22S 
125 
140 
ISO 
100 

30 

30 

300 

300 

350 

200 
420 
SO 
300 
100 


$ 225 

1,050 

500 

25 

100 

* 
100 
200 

* 

350 

* 

1,400 

« 

* 
* 

* 
* 
* 
* 
200 

* 
450 
140 
120 
300 

» 
350 
ISO 

* 
* 

85 

* 
303 
300 

* 
SO 

* 
* 

• 
» 
* 
* 

* 

180 

* 

180 

235 

* 

425 

SO 

800 

* 
125 
350 
25 

SO 

no 

400 

* 
* 

• 

480 

* 
* 
425 

* 

too 

50 

* 

* 
* 
* 
* 
310 

50 

780 

* 

25 

* 


$ 305 

3,615 

1,900 

75 

200 

20 
200 
650 

30 
750 

30 

2,700 

360 

700 

60 

120 
435 
150 
45 
450 

40 
525 
240 
215 
390 

70 
800 
420 

30 
460 

400 
800 
SO 
700 
700 

350 

225 

300 

80 

1,075 

500 
40 
20 
90 

300 

30 
850 
380 
300 
220 

435 
60 
635 
200 
900 

40 

1,100 

12,810 

1,050 

125 

575 

635 

550 

80 

75 

150 

620 

20 

1,300 

765 

225 
225 
140 
200 
100 

30 

30 

300 

300 

660 

250 

1,200 

SO 

325 

100 


$ 225 

1,050 

500 

25 

100 


$ 80 

2,565 

1,400 

50 

100 

20 
100 
450 

30 
400 

30 

1,300 

360 

700 

60 

120 

435 

150 

45 

250 

40 
75 
100 
95 
90 

70 
450 
270 

30 
460 

315 
800 
SO 
400 
400 

350 

175 

300 

80 

1,075 

500 
40 
20 
90 

300 

30 
850 
200 
300 

40 

200 
60 
210 
150 
100 

40 

1,100 

12,685 

700 

100 

525 

525 

150 

80 

75 

150 

140 

20 

1,300 

340 

225 
125 
140 
150 
100 

30 

30 

300 

300 

350 

200 
420 
SO 
300 
100 


$ 9.14 

75.92 

61.74 

1.58 

3.80 

.50 

6.50 

21.13 

.49 
13.50 

.54 
87.75 

7.20 
22.75 

1.08 

2.16 

10.22 

4.50 

1.20 

14.62 

.84 

15.74 

7.20 

6.47 

11.70 

1.40 

16.00 

13.65 

.76 

8.28 

9.20 
18.80 

1.05 
22.75 
13.30 

11.37 
7.30 
6.70 
2. 59 

16.12 

11.95 

.80 

.40 

2.12 

6.30 

.79 

27.61 

12.39 

7.65 

6.60 

10.88 
1.40 
4.25 
6.00 

27.00 

.72 

28.05 

307.30 

34.12 

1.88 

13.51 

10.47 

9.90 

1.32 

1.58 

3.52 
15.79 
.51 
19.50 
16.06 

7.31 
5.84 
3.29 
5.00 
2.00 

.80 

.80 

4.50 

7.05 

16.50 

5.00 

21.60 

.90 

5.85 

2.35 


S 3.82 






82.73 






92.17 


Headley, Geo. M 


Oak Grove 


1.61 


Eeadrick, Archibald 




2 86 


Heck, Wm 




.75 


Heckart, Jas 




100 
200 


6 58 






29.63 


Heckart, J. C 




.76 


Hedges, W. A 




350 
" " V,466 


10 62 


Hedges, J. E. & W. A. (Tste) 
Hedges, J. E 




.80 




85.59 


Hedges, J. E. (Trustee) . . 




10.63 


Hedges, Lillian B 






46.09 


Hedges & Griflitli 






1 59 








3.19 








15.32 


Helfrich, Maud 






10 35 








2.06 






200 


16.46 


Henkel, Valentine 




1 40 


Henthorn, L. M 




450 
140 
120 
300 


5 17 


Henthorn, W. D 




6 90 


Henthorn, Clara 




6 55 






6.21 


Henderson, D. E 


W Gladstone 


2 07 


Henderson, Eva S 


Glen Echo 


350 
ISO 


13 28 






17 78 


Henderson, Sarah J 


Pleasant Little Homes No. 1 . 


1 13 


Henderson, P. W 




14.81 


Henrici, M E. & F 


Marshfield 


85 


10 60 






28.17 


Henneman, Henry A 


Oak Grove 




1.61 






300 
300 


26 34 






11 43 


Hendrickaon, Anna 


Oregon City 


23.04 






50 


11 52 


Henrickson, Anton 


Carlsborg Tract 


9 48 


Henderahot, G. W 






5.27 


Hepperley, H. W. & Aletha. . 


Gordon Glen Home Tracts. . . 


24,91 






17.86 


Herrick, R. L 


Hyde Park 




1.18 


Herrick, Renna L 


Hyde Park 




.59 








4.12 


Herren, R. L 


Oak Grove 




9.67 




^ 




1.37 








55.96 






180 


13.17 


Hertzler, E. E'. 


Oregon Homes 


11.29 


Herlihy, Dan'l 




180 
235 


1 91 






7.52 


Hess, Luella H 




2.12 


Hettman, C 




425 

SO 

800 


6.76 




Estacada 


10.35 


Eeylman, F. L. Mrs 


6.90 


Hibbard, L. E 


Windsor 


1.29 


Hibernia Savings Bank 


Atkinson Tract 




41.40 






125 

350 

25 

SO 
110 
400 


453.51 


Hibemia Savings Bank 


Oregon City 


46.09 


Hick, Wm. E 


Concord Tract 


2.32 






18.49 


Hicks, Jos. B. & E. M 


Pinehurst 


12.17 


Hicks, A. M 




4.83 


Hicks, Burt 


Pompeii 


1.98 


Hicks, J. B 






2.42 


Hicks, Emma & May 


MUwaukie Park 




5.29 


Hickey. T. I 

Hickey, Ivy M 


Pleasant Little Homes No. 3. 
Pleasant Little Homes No. 3. 


480 


5.27 
.76 


Higgs, A. K 




30.14 


Hill, Mary C 




425 


10.97 


Hill.E 




14.82 


HUl, J. B 


Oswego 


4 
2 

2 
2 
2 
1 
1 

2 
6 

1 
5 
2 


100 


5.70 


Hilb, Mary 


Milwaukie Park 


4.92 


Himler, E 


Park Place 


50 


5 64 


Himler, Louis 


Gladstone 


2. 95 


Hingley, Jos 


Minthom 




1.37 


Hingley, Howard 


Minthom 




1.37 


Hinzda,B.T 


Orchard Homes 




6.95 


Hindricks, "Wm 


Broetje's Acre Homes 




10.56 




310 

50 
780 


13 15 






5 90 


Hisel, Geo. H 


Bolton 


13 52 


Hixson, 0. T. & B. A 




1.61 






25 


9 65 


Hodes, C. G 


Milwaukie Park 


3.52 



—116— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



lune of Tupajrer 



iddresB 



Ko.ot 
lots 



Goneial Propertj Isaessments in 1910 



On lots 



Buildings & I 
Personal 
Property | 



Total 



Single Tai 
Exemptions 
IMO Tould 
Hare Been 



rleTal 



1910 Tonld 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Wonid 

Hare Been 



Hodes, CarlG 

Hodes, Margaret 

Hodge, Jos. F 

Hodge, Jos 

Hodge, A. J. & Cora.. 



Hodge, Andrew J 

Hodgkin, Addie C 

Hodgkins, A. C. & F. E.. 

Hodgdon, M. A 

Hoesly, Henry (Heirs) . . 



Park Place 1 

Sunset City 3 

Oregon City 1 

Oregon City 

Willamette 2 



Hoesly, Henry 

Hoereth, Andreas. 

Hoecker, C. F 

Hoehenleitner, L.. 
Hof, Joseph 



Hofer, Leila L.. . 
Hofer, Robt. G... 
Hoffman, Henry. 
Hoffman, L. E... 



Buckman Tract 

Jennings Lodge 

Jennings Lodge 

Milwaukie Heights. 
Milwaukie 



Hoffman, Gustav R Windsor 



Robertson 

Oregon City Annex.. 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Canby Gardens . . . . 



Pinehurst 

Pinehurst 

Oregon City. 
. Sandy. 



Hogg, Fred 

Hogg, Fredrioh... 

Hogg, Louise 

Hogue, Ole J 

Holland, Michael.. 



Holt, Anna 

Holt, Wm.M... 
Holt, Byron F... 
Holmes, Cora . . 
Holmes, W. A.. 



Hohnes, W. A. & C. L.. 

Holden, August 

Holraan, John B 

Hohnan, M. E 

Holman, M. E 



Holman, R. L 

Holman, Roswell L 

Holoomb, Teliha J 

HT)izworth, Johanes & Marie 
Hollinsbead, James M 



Honeyman, Martha A.. 
Honeychurch, Bell L... 

Hood, Emily 

Hoover, J. M. Mrs 

Hopp, Frank & Mary. . 



Horn, A. W 

Horn, Rosa 

Horton, D. B.... 
Horton, Geo. F.. 
Horton, Louis P.. 



Horstman, Chas 

Hornberger, Martin 

Hornaday, Caroline R.. 

Hoskins, Nora A 

Hoskins, Maggie 



Hosford, Milton 

Hosey, Jas. A. & E.. 
Hottenstein, C. W.. . 

Howe, H. C 

Howe, C. F 



Howe, Honora (Trustee) . 

Howea, W. M 

Howell, E. M. & A 

Howell, E. M. & A 

HoweU, E. M. & Anna. . . 



Howell, E. M. & J 

HoweU, E. M. (Trustee) . 
Howell, E. M. &T. C... 

Howell, T. C •. 

HoweU, Mary V 



HoweU, EffieM.... 
HoweU, Chambers.. 
HoweU, Chambers.. 
Howell, Chambers.. 
HoweU, Chambers.. 



HoweU, Chambers.. . 

HoweU, W. H 

HoweU, W. H. & L.. 
HoweU, Martha M.. . 
HoweU, M. R. Mrs.. 



Clackamas Heights. 

Park Place 

Park Place 

Barlow 

Oregon City 



Barlow 

Oak Grove . 
Pompeii . . . . 
Park Place. 
Park Place. 



Park Place 

Oregon City 

Milwaukie Park 

MUwaukie Heights. 
Robertson 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Marshfield — 
Green Point. 
Green Point. 



HoweU, E. M 

Howell, E. M 

Howell, E. M 

HoweU, Anna 

HoweU, Anna 



Pleasant Little Homes No. 3 

Minthorn 

Gladstone 

MUwaukie Park 

Green Point 



Gladstone... 
Oregon City. 
Oak Grove. .. 
Oregon City . 
Oregon City. 



Oswego 

Marshfield 

Logan Tracts. 

Windsor 

Oregon City.. 



Canby 

Green Point 

MUwaukie Park . 

Barlow 

Estacada 



Minthorn 

Windsor 

Gladstone... 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



Canemah . . . . 
Buena Vista. 

NobHiU 

Canemah . . . . 
Oregon City.. 

Oregon City.. 
Oregon City.. 

Meldrum 

Gladstone 

Canemah. . . . 



Oak Grove.. 
Gladstone . . . 
Gladst-^ne . . . 
FaUs View.. , 
Oregon City. 



Gladstone 

Oregon City 

Oregon City; i int. m.. 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



2 
li 
3 
1-3 



12 
3 

10 
8 

67 

2 

4 

324 

13 



50$ 
300 
400 



440 

1,680 

700 

3,000 

IS 

75 

120 

20 

250 

175 

1,480 

1,000 

700 

500 

50 

100 

425 
250 
180 
30 
350 

60 

90 

20 

240 

500 

120 
400 

45 
240 
125 

400 
2,500 
100 
250 
350 

40 
30 
100 
150 
ISO 

125 

1,250 

1,400 

850 

400 

735 
225 
750 
SO 
150 

300 
300 
80 
250 
150 

180 
150 

1,000 
755 

1,390 

40 

365 

3,045 

490 

350 

900 
435 
3,530 
560 
360 

100 

1,260 

180 

150 

1,100 

240 

950 

6,000 

75 

SOO 



350 
905 
750 
500 



250 



350 
240 



380 



ISO 
150 



350 

755 



250 
400 



750 
200 
150 
305 



550 
225 
200 



800 
300 
SOO 
550 

500 
185 



400 



100 
330 



885 
1,805 



300 



25 



700 



,100 
50 



150 

250 

* 

1,500 

75 

450 



355 
2,200 



300 



•400! 

1,205 

1,1.50 

500 

440 

1,830 
700 

3,000 

15 

325 

120 

20 

250 

200 

1,630 

1,000 
700 
850 
290 
100 

4231 
630 
180 
180 
500 

60 

90 

20 

590 

1,255 

370 
800 
45 
240 
125 

400 
3,250 
300 
400 
6S5 

40 

30 

650 

37S 

350 

125 
2,050 
1,700 
1,350 

950 

1,235 

410 

750 

50 

550 

400 

630 

80 

1,135 

1,955 

180 

150 

1,000 

1,0.55 

1,390 

40 
390 

3,045 
490 

1,050 

2,000 
485 

3,530 
560 
510 

350 
1.260 
1,680 

225 
1,550 

240 

1,305 

8,200 

75 

800 



350i 
90S 
750 
500 



150 



250 



25 
150 



350 
240 



380 



150 
150 



350 
755 



250 
400 



7S0 
200 
150 
305 



550 
225 
200 



800 
300 
500 
550 

500 
185 



100 
330 



885 
1 ,805 



300 



25 
■766 



,100 
50 



150 

250 



1,500 

75 

450 



355 
2,200 



300 



50$ 
300 
400 



440 

1,680 

700 

3,000 

15 

75 

120 

20 

250 

175 

1.480 

1,000 

700 

500 

50 

100 

425 
250 
180 
30 
356 

60 

90 

20 

240 

500 

120 
400 
45 
240 
125 

400 
2.500 
100 
250 
350 

40 
30 
100 
150 
150 

125 

1,250 

1,400 

850 

400 

735 
225 
750 
.50 
ISO 

300 
300 
80 
250 
150 

180 
l.SO 

1,000 
7S5 

1,390 



365 

3,045 

490 

350 

900 
435 
3,530 
560 
360 

100 

1,260 

180 

150 

1. 100 

240 

950 

6,000 

75 

508 



11,5c 
21.69 
37.37 
16.25 
8.51 

29.28 

11.76 

50.40 

.36 

8.61 

2.83 

.48 

6.50 

5.20 

37.49 

15.00 

10.50 

27 . 63 

8.70 

1.80 

10.63 
15.75 
4.50 
2.97 
16.25 

1.00 

1.89 

.33 

14.75 

31.38 

9.25 
26.00 
1.05 
5.64 
2.95 

13.00 

105.62 

6.90 

13.00 

21 .30 

1.02 

.80 

13.00 

8.82 
11.38 

2.49 
66.63 
35.70 
43.87 
30.88 

25.28 

9.44 

27.37 

.90 

17.88 

10.40 
20.48 
1.88 
18.73 
58.64 

4.77 

2.70 

20.00 

34.28 

45.18 

.72 

12.67 

73.08 

8.82 

34.14 

65.00 
15.78 
71.10 
11.20 
9.18 

7.35 
25.20 
33.60 

6.37 
50.38 

4.80 

40.63 

266.50 

2.43 
26.021 



$ 



—117- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






Address 


No. of 
Lots 


General Property issesBments in 1910 


Single Tax 
Sxemptions 
1910 Wonld 
Eavi Been 


Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Would 
laTe Been 


Actnallai 

Paid for 

1910 


Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax ■WoUd 

lave Been 


Name of Taipayor 


On Iota 


Bnildings i 
Personal 
Property 


Totsl 
IssesBment 


Howell, E. E 




2 
2 

2 

1 

2 
2 

2 
2 

2 

4 

2 

2 
1 
2 
1 
2 

2 
12 
22 

6 

2 

1 
2 

2 

1 
2 
6 
4 

2 

2 

1 

10 

3 

2 
4 
1 

1 

6 
1 
1 

1 
4 

2 

2 

19 

61 

4 
2 
4 

1 

4 
1 
2 
2 

4 

5 
2 
2 
2 

4 
li 

3 
13 

5 

1 
1 
6 

1 
2 


$ 500 

400 

175 

80 

50 

40 
300 
675 
225 
120 

15 

200 

1,050 

125 

200 

350 
550 
200 
20 
100 

550 
100 
200 
120 
200 

230 
350 
840 
240 
700 

400 
200 
400 
200 
50 

105 
125 
90 
600 
400 

250 
950 
550 
175 
170 

300 
30 
60 
75 

400 

60 
300 
125 
150 

60 

40 

40 

1,115 

970 

205 

160 

65 

300 

650 


$ 100 
700 
220 

* 

* 

80 

* 

340 

* 

* 
250 
400 
240 
380 

* 
500 
150 

* 
* 

200 

* 

405 
195 
445 

* 

* 
* 

* 

75 

* 

150 
300 

* 

200 

* 
* 

1,050 

It 

50 
1,950 

* 

415 

* 10 
100 
150 

* 
250 
350 

* 

450 

+ 

* 

* 
170 
185 

200 
20 

175 
50 


$ 600 

1,100 

395 

SO 

50 

40 
380 
675 
565 
120 

15 

450 

1,450 

365 

580 

350 

1,050 

350 

20 

100 

750 
100 
605 
315 
645 

230 
350 
840 
240 
700 

475 
200 
550 
500 
50 

305 

125 

90 

1,650 

400 

300 
2.900 
550 
590 
170 

300 

30 

70 

175 

550 

60 
550 
475 
150 
510 

40 

40 

1,115 

1,140 

390 

360 

85 
475 
700 


$ 100 
700 
220 


$ 500 

400 

175 

80 

50 

40 
300 
675 
225 
120 

15 

200 

1,050 

125 

200 

350 
550 
200 
20 
100 

550 
100 
200 
120 
200 

230 
350 
840 
240 
700 

400 
200 
400 
200 
50 

105 
125 
90 
600 
400 

250 
950 
550 
175 
170 

300 
30 
60 
75 

400 

60 
300 
125 
150 

60 

40 

40 

1,115 

970 

205 

160 

65 

300 

650 


$ 19.50 

35.75 

12.84 

1.44 

1.33 

.66 
9.50 
10.12 
14.12 
3.00 

.37 
9.00 

23.20 
3.65 

15.08 

11.37 
21.00 

7.00 
.40 

2.60 

24.37 
2.60 

13.20 
6.30 

12.90 

4.60 
11.37 
19.32 

5.52 
22.75 

15.41 
3.60 

17.88 

9.00 

.90 

5.19 
3.18 
2.70 
49.51 
7.80 

5.85 
94.25 
17.88 
8.84 
4.33 

4.80 

.77 

1.65 

2.97 

17.88 

1.20 
17.87 
9.26 
2.92 
13.52 

1.06 

.80 

36.23 

37.04 

6.63 

8.28 

1.95 

15.44 

22.75 


$ 32.92 


Howard, F, W 




26 34 






11.52 


Howard M C . 


Win-^sor 


2 57 


Howlett', A. F ■ 






2.29 


Hoyt, Geo. W 






1 00 




80 


11 27 


Hudson, H. T 




15 65 


Huerth, Matilda 


Park Place 


340 


8.45 


Huerth, Mary 

Hughs Ed. C 




4.51 


Pleasant Little Homes No. 3. 




57 




250 
400 
240 
380 


5.90 


Hughea, John R. <^ M. C 




25.84 






3.69 






9.10 


JHughes, Henry H 




23 04 


Hughes, H.H 




500 
150 


16.24 


-Hughes, Walter S 




5.90 


.Hughes, Thos 


Hyde Park 


59 








4 55 






200 


36.21 


Hughes, Albert H 




4 55 




Oaaiby 


405 
195 

445 


9 41 


Hull Harry W 


West Gladstone 


3 54 






5.90 


Hulbert G W. & E 




6 79 








23 04 




Marahfield 




28 28 


Humphrey, Sarah E 






8 08 






46 09 


Humphrey, Gertrude 

Humphrey, Nicholas T 




75 


26 34 


West Oregon City 


6 44 




150 
300 


26 34 


Humphrey, Elizabeth 




6 44 


W. Oregon City; i int. in 

Boring Junction Tracts 

Oregon Homes 


1.61 


Humfleet, N. A. & Joe 

Humiston, Lafayette 


200 


2.71 
4 71 








6 21 


Hunt E. 




1,050 


41 38 


Hunti F. W 




15.56 






50 
1,450 


9 71 


Huntley C. G 




62 55 






36 31 






415 


4 06 


Hurlbu'rt, W . H 


Pleasant Little Homes No. 3. 


6 40 


Hurlburt, Leslie K 


7 34 


Hxiston, Thoa 


Pleasant Little Homes No. 1 , 




1 13 


Hutchison Geo. D 


10 
100 
150 


2 11 


Hutchison, Mile 


Boring Junction Tracts 


1.94 
26 34 


Hutt, Geo. R 


Hyde Park 


1.77 


Huyck,G.B 

Hyatt, M. & J. R 

Hyatt, M. E 




250 
350 


19 75 


Willamette Falls 


4 86 


Willamette Tracts 


5 83 


Hyde, N.I. Mrs 

Hyde, Esther 




450 


2 74 




1 83 


Hyland, Katie 






1 37 


Hyson, C. B 


Ocefion City 




73 42 


Hysam,C. B 

Imei, J. A 




170 
185 

200 
20 

175 
50 




Boring Junction Tracts 


5.30 
5 39 




iMarshfield 








19 75 






42 80 


I. 0. 0. F. Cemetery 


Friends Oregon Colony; exm. 




I. 0.0. F. No. 3 


3,000 


1,000 


4,000 


1,000 


3,000 


130.00 


197 53 


I.O.O.F.No. 145 






I. 0. 0. F. No. 76 


Oregon City; exempt 
















I.O.O.F.No. 175 




















120 

3,465 

1,800 

40 

50 

30 

200 
790 
150 
1,225 
250 

ISO 

75 

700 

250 

3.1651 


555 

300 

* 
* 
445 

250 
165 

* 

* 

350 
650 


675 

3,765 
1,800 

40 
495 

30 

450 
955 
150 
1,225 
250 

150 

75 

700 

600 

3,815 


555 
300 


120 

3,465 

1,800 

40 

50 

30 

200 
790 
150 
1,225 
250 

150 

75 

700 

250 

3,165 


20.24 

62.12 
29,70 

.66 
8.17 

.71 

13.50 
16.06 

3.52 
28.77 

5.89 

4.87 
2.44 
18.20 
19.50 
123.98 




Irvin, W. W 






Irvin, W. W 


Irvin's Little Homes 


45 28 






I.OI 


Irwin, R. E 




445 


1 26 


Irwin, Izetta B 


Min thorn 


1 06 






250 
165 




Jacobs, Wm. & Mattie 




19.96 
5.29 






Jacobs, R. & C 


R'qtoertfion 




43 14 


Jacobs, Clara 


Muwaukie Heights 




8 80 


Jacobs, G. B 


Oregon City FUl 

Oregon City Fill 

Osweg* 




9.88 


Jackson, D. K 




4.94 


Jaques, Henry ; ^ 




31 87 




350 

6S0l 


16.49 
208.38 


Jaggar, Louis 


Oregon .Qtv...- 



—lis— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hunt ol Tupa^tr 



Address 



No. of 



General Propert; AsBessments in 1910 



On Lots 



Buildings i 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tai 



1910 Would 
Have Been 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Vonl^ 
Have Been 



Actnal Tax 

Paid tor 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Wonid 

lave Been 



Jaggar, Louis 

Jaggar, Frank 

Jaggar, Frank 

Jaggar ^Anne 

Jagar, Benjamin (Heirs) . 



Jagar, Benjamin, (Heirs)... . 

Jabn, Sarah L 

Jain, Geo. A 

James, J. W 

Jahn, John C 



Jahn, John C 

James, L. J. & Susan. 
James, D. A. & E. D.. 

James, E. D 

James, Howard M 



James, E. H 

James, E. H 

James, Alice.. . _ 

Jamison, Minnie 

January, James 



Jarisch, P. H 

Jelenc, Vincent 

Jenkins, Lucia A 

Jennings, W. B.'& J. F.. 
Jeimings, J. F. & W. S. 



Jennings, Sarah M.. 

Jeimings, C. E 

Jennings, Bronte S.. 
Jeremiah, C. H 

Jesse, Amanda M.. . 



Jesse, W.W 

Jetzke, Wm 

Joehnke, Helen E.. 

Johns, M 

Johns, Minnie B. . . 



Johnson, Olof 

Johnson, Clyde 

Johnson, Chas. J.. . . 
Johnson, M. E. Mrs.. 
Johnson, P. K 



Johnson, August. . 
Johni3on, Chas. R. 
Johnson, C. R. . . . 

Johnson, Jonas 

Johnson, G. F 



Johnson, Johannis. . 
Johnson, Maggie A.. 

Johnson, F. M 

Johnson, Karl 

Johnson, Otto 



Johnson, Bent 

Johnson, F. F 

Johnson, F. F 

Johnson, F. F 

Johnson, E. L 



Johnson, Edward 

Johnson, Duesy 

Johnson, T. B. Mrs 

Johnson, James 

Johnson, John A . & Anna C 



Johnstone, Wm. E. 

Jones, Harry 

Jones, Linn E 

Jones, H. O 

Jones, H. O 



Jones, Hugh O . 
Jones, David P . 

Jones, Anna 

Jones, Earl 

Jones, W. W... 



Jones, Margaret 

Jones, M., Mrs 

Jones, Irma L 

Jones, W. O 

Jones, Griffon W. & J. E. 



Jones, W. A 

Jones, A. L. & C. E 

Jones, S. J. & Augusta.. 

Jones, Clarissa 

Jones, R. M 



Jones, I. A 

Jones, L. D 

Jones, Henry E 

Johnston, Isabella. . . 
Johnston. Hilbert L. 



Marshfield 

Oregon City 

Oregon City; 1-3 int. in. 

Oregon City , 

Oregon City; 1-3 int. . . , 



Oregon City 

Oak Grove 

Oak Grove 

Min thorn 

Broetjes Acre Homes . 



Oak Grove.. 
Min thorn . . . . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Estacada. . . , 



Fielding Tract 

Fielding Tract 

Min thorn 

Oak Grove 

ilackamas Riverside. 



Oswego 

3reen Point 

Oswego 

Tennings Lodge. 
Jennings Lodge. 



Weslyn 

Weslyn 

Weslyn 

Oregon City. 
Barlow 



Barlow 

Clackamas Highlands. 

Oregon City 

W. Gladstone 

Green Point 



01ackani.as Riverside. . 
Minthorn; 2-15 int. in. 

Minthorn 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



West Oregon City . 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Willamette Falls . 
Pinehurst 



Willamette Falls 

Minthorn 

Clackamas Park, 25 acres. 

Gladstone 

Oswego 



Barlow 

Arcadia Tracts . 
Fielding Tracts. 

Oswego 

Oregon City 



Bolton 

Minthorn 

Milwaukie Park. 

Marshfield 

Jennings Lodge . 



Gladstone . . . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



Oswego. 



Oswego 

Weslyn 

Oregon City . . 

Lobrist's Add. to Estacada.. 
Hyde Park 



Hyde Park 

Hyde Park 

Oregon Citv 

Atkinson Tracts 

Boring Junct. Tracts. 



Estacada . . . . 
Oregon City. 
Park Place.. 
Oregon City. 
Oswego 



Marshfield 

Canemah 

Hyde Park 

Milwaukie Heights. 



1-5 



80 
1,050 
3,165 
4,050 
3,165 

1,100 

700 

40 

55 

700 

125 
30 
425 
350 
100 

780 
800 
180 
150 
1,400 

250 

50 

275 

2,100 

600 

75 

ISO 

75 

2,600 

800 

600 
160 
350 
160 
300 

500 
840 
180 
SO 
100 

400 
1,165 
3,110 

150 

750 

700 

1,240 

2,500 

300 

250 

50 

1,935 

3,925 

385 



140 

40 

80 

100 

450 

300 
400 
ISO 
200 

325 

240 

450 

1,050 

90 

40 

20 

20 

500 

1,000 

200 

ISO 
125 
510 
700 

no 

240 
70 

300 
80 
80 



1,765 

1,750 

650 



550 



SO 
150 



500 

200 

70 

* 
2,910 

400 

415 

* 
* 
* 

soo 

125 

* 

* 
600 
800 

SO 

* 

300 

25 

240 

225 

15 



250 

300 

650 

SO 



220 
280 
320 
150 
605 

250 

ISO 
200 
400 

29S 



100 
100 



250 



700 
SO 



50 

200 
60 
280 
430 
350 

55 
130 
400 



160 
1,050 
4,930 
5,800 
3,815 

1,100 

1,250 

40 

105 

850 

125 

30 
925 

sso 

170 

780 

3,710 

ISO 

150 

1,800 

665 
50 

275 
2,100 
1,100 

200 

150 

75 

3,200 

1,600 

650 
160 
550 
185 
540 

725 
840 
195 
50 
100 

650 

1,465 

3,760 

200 

750 

920 
1,520 

2,820 
450 
855 

300 

1,935 

4,075 

585 

400 

435 

40 

80 

200 

550 

550 
400 
ISO 
200 
325 

240 

450 

1,750 

140 

40 



20 

SOO 

1,000 

250 

350 
185 
790 
1,130 
460 

295 

200 

700 

80 

80 



80$ 



1,765 

1,750 

650 



550 



50 
150 



500 

200 

70 



2,910 



400 
415 



500 
125 



600 
800 



300 

25 

240 

225 

"is 



2S0 

300 

650 

SO 



220 
280 
320 
150 
605 

250 



150 
200 
400 

295 



100 
100 



250 



700 

50 



50 

200 
60 
280 
430 
350 

55 
130 
400 



80$ 
1,050 
3,165 
4,050 
3,165 

1,100 

700 

40 

55 
700 

125 
30 
425 
350 
100 

780 
800 
180 
ISO 
1,400 

250 

50 

275 

2,100 

600 

75 

ISO 

75 

2,600 

800 

60O 
160 
250 
160 
300 

SOO 
840 
180 
SO 
100 

400 

1,165 

3,110 

ISO 

750 

700 

1,240 

2,500 

300 

2S0 

SO 

1,935 

3,925 

385 



140 

40 

80 

100 

450 

300 
400 
ISO 
200 
325 

240 

450 

1,050 

90 

40 

20 
30 

500 
l,0OO 

200 

ISO 
125 
510 
700 

no 

240 
70 

300 
80 
80 



3.68 
34.12 
140.71 
186.87 
123.98 

35.75 

26.25 

.84 

2.79 

19.98 

2.62 

.80 

30.05 

17.87 

5.10 

14.82 

70.49 

4.23 

3.15 

41.00 

13.34 
1.63 

7.17 
35.28 
18.48 

7.30 

5.47 

2.75 

104.00 

26.40 

10.72 
4.00 

17.87 
3.70 

17. S5 

14.50 

19.74 

4 58 

1. 25 

3.25 

11.70 
38.08 
97.80 
3.90 
11.25 

18.39 

41.87 

64.86 

9.00 

22,22 

4.95 
36.77 
77.43 
25.20 
12.99 



11.00 
13.00 
4.88 
5.20 
8.46 

6.24 

8.08 

56.88 

4.20 

.80 

.40 

.40 

16.25 

25.50 
4.25 

10.50 
6.00 
19.75 
20.34 
11.96 

7.66 

4.60 

12.61 

1.60 

1.881 



-119- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taxpayer 



Address 



No. of 
Lots 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Lots 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Wonld 
Havi Been 



Single Tax 



1910 ¥onld 
Hare Been 



AetmlTai 

Paid for 

1910 



TiiforlUO 

Under Single 

Tai ¥omd 

laTe Been 



Johnston, Anna M. 
Johnston, John H,. 

Jordan, Henry 

Jordan, John 

Jordan, Addie 



Joslyn, Andrew J. 
Joslyn, Susan C . . . 

Joseph, Chas 

Joseph, John R, . . . 
Joya, A. V 



Joyce, Frank 

Junker, Casper. . 
Junker, John ... . 
Justin, Mathias.. 
^Kabourek, John. 



.Kahler, James R. 

JKampp, Geo 

jCammes, John. . . 
Kaminsky, S. J. . 
Kandle, W. H.... 



JCary, Lydia. 
.Karlen, Rosa & Fred . 



JCanney, Bertha. 
JKiary, Sophia, 
"ary, ' 
arler , 
JCaupisch, M. H. . 



Kaufman, Alexander. 

Jiay, O. T 

Kayler, M. C 

Kayler, I'^llen 

Keck, Adam E 



Keck, Jesae A. (Trustee). 

Keck, Gussie 

Keck, Jesse A 

Keck, .Jesse A 

Keep, Edward & Nina. . . 



Keen, Susan M 

Keen, Mary V 

Kehres, J. M 

Keil, Henry 

Keilmeyer, Bernard. 



Kelly, M. I., C. F. & A. 

Kelly, H. L 

KeUy, Martha J 

Kelly, John 

Kelly, John 



KeUy, Geo. J 

KeUy, Richmond, Dr.. 
Kelly, Richmond Dr, . 

Kelly, F.S 

K£lly, E. D 



Kelly, Catherine... . 

Kelly, W. H 

Keleo, John & Anna . 

Kelso, John R 

Kelso, Anna E 



Kelso, Anna E 

Kellogg, Mary 

Kellogg, Frances. . . . 
Kellogg, W. E. & M. 
Kellogg, O 



Kempin, August 

Kent, .Tohn & Ida, . . . 

Kent, Edward 

Kenner, Mary 

Kennedy, Francis H, 



Kennedy, O. M.. 
Kennedy, O. M.. 
Kennedy, G. W. . 
Kennedy, Ella . . . 
Kennedy, Robt.. 



Kennedy, Eugene F.. 
Kennedy, Eugene F.. 
Kenneriy, J. H., Mrs.. 

Kerr, Casper 

Kerr, Casper 



Kerr, Casper. 
Kerr, Peter. . 
Kerr, Thos... 
Kern, C. W.. 
Kern, C. W.. 



Bolton 

Robertson. . 
Windsor . . . . 
Hyde Park. 
Windsor 



Gladstone 

Pruneland 

Canemah 

Multnomah Acres. 
Willamette Falls.. 



Oswego 

Sandy 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Willamette Tracts. 



Oak Grove 

Oregon City Annex 

Orchard Hill 

Jenning's Lodge 

First Add. to Estacada. 



Willamette Falls 

Pleasant Little Homes No. I 
Pleasant Little Homes No. 1 

Milwaukie 

Oanby 



Oswego 

Windsor. . . 

Moialla 

Molalla.. . . 
'.Milwaukie. 

Milwaukie . 
Milwaukie. 
Milwaukie. 
Minthorn . . 
Finehurst , . 



Minthorn 

Minthorn 

Sandy 

Oregon City 

Milwaukie Park. 



Ilackamas Riverside. 

Oregon City 

Green Point 

Clackamas Heights. . . 
Sunset City 



Pleasant Little Homes No. 

Park Place 

Pompeii 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Oregon City. 
Gladstone... 
Minthorn . . . . 
Minthorn. . . . 
Minthorn. . . . 



Minthorn. . . . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



Oswego 

ParkPlace 

Gladstone 

Rialey 

Concord Tracts. 



W. Gladstone.... 

Sunset City 

Windsor 

Jenning's Lodge. 
Glenmorrie 



Clack. Heights 

Clack. Heights 

Gladstone 

IVIilwaukie, undiv. i int.. 
Milwaukie 



Lewelling Park. . . 
Waveiiy Heights. 
Waveriy Heights. 

Idlewilae 

Idlewilde 



Kern, Emma 

Kern, Addie M. . . . 
Kershaw, Andrew. 
KeaselruiK, Geo.. . . 
Keyser, Harriet. . . 



4 Jenning's Lodge 

J-enrfing's Lodge 

Wintjsbr 

ASbert Lee's Add. to Canby. 
Bri^twjipd 



175 
60 

100 
20 
50 

240 
1,250 
100 
750 
600 

250 
250 
300 
800 
450 

200 
20 
300 
250 
100 

100 
15 

15 
830 
270 

150 
40 

175 
50 

550 

550 
450 
165 
60 
400 

40 
540 

80 
140 
100 

1,200 
1,800 

150 
70 

200 

270 
30 
40 

350 
3,500 

1,650 

200 

75 

30 

15 

75 
725 
250 
650 
350 

450 
120 
200 
450 
940 

160 
125 
100 
300 
750 

70 
70 

350 
SO 

550 

425 

2,500 

2,500 

250 

130 

600 
300 
300 
560 
10 



250$ 

100 

100 



200 
SO 



730 

430 

1,205 

SO 

100 



320 
400 



585 



250 
175 
300 

500 
300 



25 
300 



255 
550 
350 

240 



150 
500 
750 
500 
10 



170 
180 
250 
150 

290 
250 
100 
600 
165 

390 

275 



350 

* 
* 
1,800 

300 



250 



425 

160 

200 

20 

50 

240 
1,250 
100 
950 
650 

250 
980 
730 
2,005 
500 

300 
20 
300 
570 
500 

100 
15 

15 
830 
855 

150 
40 
425 
225 
850 

1,050 
750 
165 



895 
430 
900 
500 

740 

370 

300 

1,050 

1,105 

550 
400 
100 
300 
750 

70 
420 
350 

SO 
2,350 

725 

2,500 

2,500 

250 

130 

600 
300 
300 
810 
10 



250$ 

100 

100 



200 
50 



730 

430 

,205 

SO 

100 



320 
400 



585 



250 
175 
300 

500 
300 



60 




400 




540 




105 
440 
100 

1,455 

2,350 

500 

70 


25 
300 

255 
550 
350 


440 
270 


240 


30 
190 
350 


iso 


4,000 
2,400 


500 
750 


575 
30 

25 

75 


500 

io 



170 
180 
250 
150 

290 
250 
100 
600 
165 

390 

275 



350 



1,800 
300 



250 



175 
60 

100 
20 
SO 

240 
1,250 
100 
750 
600 

250 
250 
300 
800 
450 

200 
20 
300 
250 
100 

100 

15 

15 

830 

270 

150 
40 

175 
SO 

550 

550 
450 
165 
60 
400 

40 
540 

80 
140 
100 

1,200 
1,800 

ISO 
70 

200 

270 
30 
40 

350 
3,500 

1,650 

200 

75 

30 

15 

75 
725 
250 
650 
350 

450 
120 
200 
450 
940 

160 
125 
100 
300 
750 

70 
70 

350 
50 

SSO 

425 

2,500 

2,500 

250 

130 

600 
300 
300 
560 



7.66$ 

3.76 

3.60 

.40 

.90 

4.80 
22.50 

3.96 
15.68 
12.67 



6.50 
29.40 
13.14 
64.54 

9.75 

6.30 

.42 

4.50 

4.20 

15.00 



I. 



.95 

.38 

.38 

22.00 

22.22 

3.90 

.72 

8.92 

4.72 

22.52 

27.82 

19.87 

4.35 

1.59 

6.00 

1.06 
13.84 

3.14 
14.29 

2.35 

33.46 
76.38 
16.25 
1.75 
7.92 

6.88 

.75 

3.15 

11.37 

130.00 

78.00 
4.00 
15.23 

.78 
.67 

1.99 
29.09 
14.04 
29.25 
16.25 

18.96 
9,25 
6.00 
15.75 
16.57 

11.00 
7.20 
1.80 
5.04 

14.25 

1.75 

10.50 

7.00 

1.33 

66.60 

19.21 

58.75 

58.75 

4.15 

2.15 

10,08 
5.04 
5.40 

21.06 
.15 



—120— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



lunt of Tuptjer 



AddrosB 



Keyier, Louis 

Keyzer, Peter 

Kiernan, John 

Kilton, Geo. D. Co. 
Eilgore, Flora H 



Kilmer, Adam 

Kilpa trick, Sam'l. 
Kimmel, B. R.. . . 

King, M. C 

King, Katheriae.. 



Oswego 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Maplehurst. 
Oak Grove.. 



Pruneland 

Oregon City. . . . 

[istacada 

-■Vrcadia Tracts . 
Barlow 



King, W. S 

King, W. S 

King, W. S 

Kinder, A. G 

Kinder, Alice L. 



Kinnaird, D. W. & R. 
Kingkade, Andrew. . . . 

Kironem, L H 

Kirchem, L. H 

Kirkland, Wm. J 



Kiser, Lucina 

Klaetsch, Herman. 
Klebe, A. & Lina. . 
Klemsen, Lena. . . . 
Klenke, Fred 



KUnger, M. & W. 
Klinger, Mathies. . 
Klinger, Mathias.. 
Kline, Lucindia. . . 
Klippel, Adam... 



Klinefelter, T. R. & M. 
Kloh,T.W.& Nettie.. 

Knapp, Emily 

Knapp, A 

Knapp, A 



TCnapp, F. A 

Knight, Wm. & M.. 

Kniglit, J. E 

Knight, Esther A.. 
Knight, Anna M. . . 



Knight, Henry. 

Knight, L. & E 

Knight, Wm. & Gretta R. . . 

Knight, Albert F 

Knight, Andrew J 



Knickerbocker, Chas. 

Knowlton, H. W 

Koch, Allen 

Kocher, Andrew 

Kocher, Laura J 



Clackamas Heights. 
.Milwaukie Heights. . 

Oregon City 

Olackamas Heights. 
Clackamas Heights. 



Uanemah 

Oswego 

Oak Grove 

Irladstone 

Jennings Lodge . 



Oswego 

Oak Grove 

Oregon City 

Canemah 

Dregon City Annex. 



Sunset City 

Windsor 

W. Oregon City. 

Windsor 

Oak Grove 



Dswego 

Concord Tracts. 

Dregon City 

Weslyn 

Dregon City 



Wichita 

Canby 

Park Place. 

3anby 

Canby 



ianby. 

ianby. 
Canby. 
r^anby. 
Canby. 



Minthorn. . . 

Oswego 

Oak Grove. 

Ilanby 

I^anby 



Krause, Katie 

Kramer, Theresa. 
Kraemer, Julius . . 

Kraemer, Jos 

Krechenbauer, J.. 



Krisson, Erdmann. 

Kroll, Michael 

Krohn, Wiebke 

Kruger & Skinner. . 
Kroger, C. L 



Krueger, W. F 

Kraeger, Albert C. & K. R. 
Kuckenreuther, Barbara . . . , 

Kuenzi, Nora 

Kuehl, Esther 



Minthorn. . . . 

Oswego 

Oregon City. 



Koefod, Eilert 

Koehler, H. W 

Koenig, Frank 

Koenig, Joseph Oswego. 

Koerner, Rudolph Oregon City. 



Koellermeier, Louis S&Belle 
Koellermeier, August&Jnstint 
Koellermeier, Karl & AlmaK 

Koger, Wesley M 

Korb.Ella 



Buckman Tracts 

Willamette 

Windsor 

Friends' Oregon Colony. 
Friends' Oregon Colony. 



Oregon City. 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Hyde Park. . 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Robertson . . . 



Robertson 

Boberg Tract 

Milwaukie Park. 

Canemah 

Brightwood 



Oregon City Annex. 

Oregon City 

Tualatin Meadows... 

Atkinson Tract 

Estacada 



Kuehul, Lizzie 

Kuerten, B 

Kuhn, Wm 

Kuhn, Julius ,. 

Knhraaoh, Wm 

Kulisch, Richard Estacada 

Kydd, Margaret Barlow 

Labour, Ruth R Orchard Homes 

Labrosse, Edmond Clackamas Heights. 

Labowitch, Loretta IConrord Tracts 



No, of 
Lots 



Genonl Property Issessments in idlO 



On Lots 



BmldingB& 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
issessmoDt 



Single Tax 
Bifimptions 
1910 Tonld 
lavo Been 



150 
20 

200 
1,550 
2,005 

1,800 

1,600 

SO 

380 

445 

70 
120 
160 
120 

90 

320 
125 
900 
140 
1,250 

200 
850 
150 
180 
20 

500 
250 
100 
100 
150 

375 
605 

1,530 
75 

4,200 

300 
415 
250 
100 
340 

175 

175 
150 
175 
80 

30 

125 

1,800 

240 

285 

30 

1,150 

400 

175 

2,200 

1,680 
200 
100 
700 

2,110 

75 
125 
500 
150 

20 

,W 
550 
300 



225 

200 
400 
225 
120 
SO 

10 

450 

290 

1,100 

100 

125 
60 
200 
400 
160 



300$ 



25 
720 

100 

300 

25 

400 



365 

300 



200 
375 



250 
350 
300 



350 
100 
550 
17S 
3,300 

200 
720 
210 

900 

375 
350 
100 
37S 



300 



2,755 
400 



950 

400 

275 

1,200 



500 
250 



75 
300 



760 

55 
250 
250 

100 



250 
250 



950 

70 

265 

300 



450$ 
20.. 



200 
1,575 
2,725 

1,900 
1,900 

75 
380 
845 

70 
120 
160 
120 
455 

620 
125 
900 
140 
1,250 

400 
850 
150 
555 
20 

750 
600 
400 
100 
150 

725 
705 

2,080 
250 

7,500 

500 

1,135 

460 

100 

1,240 

550 
525 
250 
550 

80 

330 

125 

1 ,800 

2,995 

685 

30 

2,100 

800 

450 

3,400 

1,680 
700 
350 
700 

2,110 

150 
425 
500 
150 
20 

30 

1,310 

355 

250 

475 



300 



460 



25 
720 

100 

300 

25 



400 



365 
300 



200 



375 



250 
350 
300 



350 
100 
550 
175 
3,300 

200 
720 
210 



900 

375 
350 
100 
375 



Single Tu 



1910 Tonld 
Have Been 



50$ 



2,755 
400 



950 

400 

275 

1,200 



500 
250 



75 
300 



760 

55 
250 
250 



300 
400 


100 


225 




370 
300 

10 


250 
250 


1,400 
290 


950 


1,100 




170 
125 


70 


325 
200 


265 


400 





300 



1 

20 

200 

1,550 

2,005 

1,800 

1,600 

50 

380 

445 

70 
120 
160 
120 

90 

320 
125 
900 
140 
1,250 

200 
850 
150 
180 
20 

500 
250 
100 
100 
150 

375 
605 

1,530 
75 

4,200 

300 
415 
250 
100 
340 

175 
175 
150 
175 
80 

300 
125 
1,800 
240 
285 

30 

1,150 

400 

175 

2,200 

1,680 
200 
100 
700 

2,110 

75 
125 
500 
150 

20 

30 
550 
300 



Aotnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tai for 1911) 

Under Single 

lai Would 

SaTo Been 



225 

200 
400 
225 
120 
50 

10 

450 

290 

1,100 

100 



11 


.70 




..52 


5 


.2(1 


57.48 


57.22 


25 


20 


61 


.75 


2 


.25 


7 


.22 


13.96| 




87 


2 


82 


4.001 


3 


00 


11 


38 


11 


16 


3.241 


18 


9(1 


2 


80 


21 


00 


7 


60 


17 


85 


4,881 


10 


0(1 




48 


13 


SO 


10 


80 


7.201 


1 


8(1 


3 


IS 


18 


86 


10 


S7 


61 


1(1 


4 


5(1 


!43 


75 


18 


2S 


29 


52 


11 


.SO 


2 


60 



32.24 

14.30 
13.66 

6.50 
14.30 

2.08 

8,75 

3.24 

37.80 

14,86 

17.81 

.79 

54,60 

25.99 

11.70 

110.50 

26,88 
13,65 
6,30 
16,76 
50,68 

4.87 
11.04 
13.00 

3,90 
.40 

.63 

35.81 

10,79 

8,12 

11.16 

7,06 
6,00 
5.28 
6,66 
7.06 

.21 
45 50 

4.35 
28,05 

5,10 



I2S 


3,74 


60 


3,71 


200 


3,00 


40(1 


8,50 


160 


6,90 



-121— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Mune of Taxpayer 



Address 



Ho. of 
Lots 



Geueral Property Assessments in 1910 



On Lots 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



lotal 
Assessment 



Single Tai 
Exemptions 
1910 \ronld 
laTt Been 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Would 
lare Been 



ActnalTu 
Paid for 

mo 



III for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Toold 

Hits Been 



Labowitch, Loretta 

Labo-witch, S.. Mrs 

Ladd, Wm. M 

Ladd, Wm. M 

Ladd, Alfred & Ella M.. 

La Forest, E. & Loella.. 

La Forest, May G 

Laidlaw, W..A. & C. M. 

Laidlaw, W. A 

Lake, EUen £ 



^jista 

^herryville Tract. . . 

Oswego 

Oregon City 

Clackamas Heights. 



Lakin, 1. M. & L 

I-akiu, C. A 

Lamar, John M 

Lamar, B. W. & J. M 

Lambert, A. W. & Belle L. 



Lambert, A. G. & M. 

Lane, L'^aac 

Lang Inv. Co 

Lankins, Elmer 

Landes, J. K 



Oswego 

Oregon City 

Maywood 

iMaywood 

Kdgewood Add, Oregon City 



Milwaukie Heights 

Milwaukie 

Edgewood Add. Oregon City 
Edgewood Add. Oregon City 
Willamette Park 



Willamette Park. 
Clacl<amas Park. . 

Oregon City 

Buckman Tract. . 
Marshfield 



Langford, Geo 

Langsford, W. G. & Anna. 

Langenberg, Mary C 

Larsen, Ole 

Larsen, Martin 



Larsen, Olof 

Larsen, Olof 

Larsen, Hooken. 
Larson, John . . . . 
Larson, Sarah J. 



Oregon City 

Buckman Tract. . 

Marshfield 

Willamette Falls. 
Barlow 



Larson, C 

Larson, Louis. . . . 
Lash, J. A. ..... . 

Lascha, F. M 

Lasli, Eliza 



Willamette Tracts . 
Willamette Tracts . 

Pruneland 

So. Oswego 

Willamette Tracts. 



Oswego 

Gladstone . . 
Hyde Park. 
Gladstone . . 
Oswego 



laSalle, Wm 

LaSalle, Marian E 

Latta, Emma 

Lat ..im, H. T 

Latourette, D. C. (Trustee) . 



Latourette, D. C 

Latourette, D. C 

Latourette, C. D. & D. C 

Latourette, C. D. & D. C . . 
Latourette, A. E. & D. C (Tr.) 



Gladstone 

Gladstone 

Waverly Heights. 

Marshfield 

Oregon City 



Latourette, A. E.. Mrs.,(Tr.) . 

Latourette, Mrs. A. E 

Latourette, Mrs. A. E 

Latourette, C. D 

Latourette, C. D 



Latourette, A. E., Mrs.. 

Laughlin, Forest T 

Lavish, Lawrence 

Lavish, L 

Lawton, Frank H 



Clackamas Park. . . 

Oregon City 

Gladstone 

Oregon City 

West Oregon City. 



Oregon City. 
Calfcemah . . . . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Outlook 



Lawton, Frank H 

Lawler, J. F. & R. E 

Lawson, Ala, Mrs 

Lawrauco, W. A. & E. A; 
Laubach, John A 



Lawrence, J. .T 

Lazelle, Mary A . . . . 
Lazelle, Mary A . . . . 
Lea, W. M. & R. E. 
Leach, Wm. E 



Oregon City 

Hyde Park 

W illamette 

Willamette 

Oak Grove, undiv. ^ int. 

Oak Grove, undiv. i int . 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Wilsonville 

Milwaukie Park 



Leavens, D. O 

Leaman, Mary 

Lee, A. H 

Lee,H. A 

Lee, Jos. D 



Minthorn 

Oregon City 

Barlow 

Minthorn 

Clackamas Park. 



Willamette Tracts . . . 

Minthorn 

Lee's Add. to Canby. 
Lee's Add. to Canby. 
So. Oswego 



Lee, J. D. (Heirs). 

Lee, J. D 

Lee, J. D 

Lee, J. D 

Lee, J. D 



Lee, J. O 

Lee, T. P 

Lee, M. M. & H, G.. 

Lee, Lynnan M 

Lee, Althea 



So. Oswego 

Oswego Heights 8-16 int. in. 
Oswego Heights, 8-16 int. in 

So. Oswego, 8-16 int. in 

So. Oswego, 8-16 int. in 



Milwaukie Park. 

Pruneland 

Park Place 

Oswego. 

Oswego 



Lee, M. J 

lieFoore, Ollie E... 
Legrand, Stella M. 

Lehigh, W. F 

Lehigh, W. F 



Canby 

Logan Tract 

Brightwood 

Oregon City 

Oregon City j int. 



12 

20 

250 

8,590 

300 

1,520 

400 

1,750 

1,000 

100 

40 

550 

ISO 

200 

1,700 

525 
S2S 
600 
100 
140 

200 

50 

125 

500 

60 

no 

100 
150 
350 
ISO 

280 
200 
120 
260 
325 

300 
225 
1,200 
42S 
850 

700 
4,750 
300 
465 
100 

1,950 
220 
2,600 
2,100 
2,810 

2,075 

20 

250 

125 

25 

SO 
250 
450 

35 
590 

40 

425 

400 

30 

1,975 

200 

30 

40 

160 

200 

30 
300 
300 
240 

60 

120 

1,550 
120 
700 
250 

200 

1,250 

60 

200 

755 



350 

230 

70 

325 



325 

SO 

250 



300 



175 
155 



80 
275 
345 
250 



200 
100 
275 
360 

150 
60 

S8S 



1,400 
800 



420 
300 



2,075 

9S0 
300 

250 
100 

1,450 

350 

350 

10 

roo 

350 
350 

75 



360 

250 

400 



485 



600 
470 



475$ 
20.. 
250. 
8,S90 . 
530 

1,520 

470 
1,750 
1,000 

425 



40 

875 

200 

450 

1,700 

825 
525 
600 
275 
295 

200 
130 
400 
84.S 
310 

110 
300 
250 
62S 
510 

430 
260 
120 
845 
325 

1,700 
1,025 
1,200 
845 
1,150 

700 
6,825 

300 
1,415 

400 

2,200 
320 
2,600 
3,550 
2,810 

2,425 

20 

600 

125 

35 

150 
600 
800 
35 
665 

40 
425 
400 

30 
2,335 

450 

30 

40 

560 

200 

30 
300 
300 
240 

60 

120 
2,035 
120 
700 
250 

800 

1,720 

60 

200 

755 



350 



230 



70 



325 



32S 

SO 

250 



300 



175 

155 



80 
275 
345 
250 



200 
100 
275 
360 

ISO 
60 



585 



1,400 
800 



420 
300 



2,07S 



9S0 
300 



250 
100 



1,450 



350 



350 

"io 

100 
350 
350 



75 



360 
250 

'400 



485 



600 
470 



125 

20 

250 

8,S90 

300 

1,520 

400 

1,750 

1,000 

100 

40 

550 

150 

200 

1,700 

525 
525 
600 
100 
140 

200 

SO 

125 

500 

60 

110 
100 
150 
350 
ISO 

280 
200 
120 
260 
325 

300 
225 
1,200 
425 
850 

700 
4,750 
300 
465 
100 

1,950 
220 
2,600 
2,100 
2,810 

2,075 

20 

250 

125 

25 

SO 
2S0 
450 

35 
590 

40 
42S 
400 

30 
1,975 

200 

30 

40 

160 

200 

30 
300 
300 
240 

60 

120 
I,SS0 
120 
700 
250 

200 

1,250 

60 

200 

755 



7.13$ 

.30 

6.50 

163.21 

11.27 

39.52 
15.27 
29.40 
16.80 
10.62 

.94 

21.20 

5.00 

11.25 

39.10 

18.98 
12.08 
15.00 

8.93 

6.79 

6.50 
4.22 
9.20 
16.49 
5.12 



11.87 
9.94 

11.18 
S.20 
2.40 

16,90 
8.44 

34.00 
20. .50 
28.20 
19.43 
37.37 

16.10 

221.83 

6.00 

46.00 

7.20 

49.56 
S.76 
84.50 
115.37 
49.26 

73.01 
.40 

11.70 

2.44 

.73 

3.15 

19.50 

26.00 

.53 

15.63 

.53 
13.84 
6.00 

.80 
S3. 71 

8.78 

.80 

1.04 

14.56 

3.80 



2. 
36.63 

3.00 
13.30 

4.75 

20.82 

27.52 

.90 

6.50 

21.29 



-122— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hume at luptjer 



Address 



No, of 
Lots 



Genoral Property Assessments in 1910 



On lots 



Buildings i 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tai 
Siemptions 
1910 Tonld 
lavi Been 



Siagle Tai 



lOlOVonld 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Tonld 

Bare Been 



Lehigh, Wm. F. & Dan'l F.. 

Lehigh, Daa'l F 

Uhman, W. F 

Lehman, Adelhied 

Leiter, N 



Leiser, J. W. & C. E. 

Leitner, W. H 

Leisk, E. H 

Lemery, Jos 

Lemons, C. C 



Lentz, Geo. W.. 

Leroy, Paul 

Lesler, Kitty . . . 
Lett, Mary B . . . 
Lewellen, W. J. 



Lewellen, J. T 

I^wis, L. A. (Trustee) . 
Lewis, L. A. (Trustee) . 

Lewis, Chas. A 

Lewis, C. A 



Lewis, May 

Lewis, Geo. S 

Lewis, Chas. N 

Lewis, E. M. (Trustee). 
Lewis, Mary T 



Lewiston, Bertha.. 
Libby, Harriet F.. 
Lichthoni, G. H.. 

Liddell, H. 

Liddell, Henry C. . 



Liddell, W J 

Liesman, Htrman.. 
Idkes, Oscar R. . . . 
Lmn, J. A. & B. F. 
Linn,T. W 



Linn, B. F 

Liim, Susan 

Lirm, Susan 

Linn, J. B 

Linde, Anthony. 



Linton, W. W. & Lillian. 

Lindquist, Erik 

Lindsey, Al 

Liphart, John 

Little, Walter L 



Little. Mary F 

Little, A. E 

Littell, C. R 

Litcsher, Ernest E. 
Linn, (Dhas 



Livesay, C. R 

Livesay, Daisy 

Livesay, James R.. . 
Livingston, Lucy A. 
Look, J. D 



Locke, Jos. D 

Locke, J. K 

Locke, J. K 

Lockerbv, Geo. "W. 
Loder, J. W 



Loder, J. W... . 
Loder, J. W.... 
Loder, John W. 
Loder, John W. 
Loder, John \V. 



Loder, John W 

Loder, John W 

Loder, John W 

Loder, J. W. (Agent) . 
Loder, J.W. (Agent) . 



Loder, J. W. (Trustee) . 
Loder, J. W. (Trustee). 

Loder, Grace E.., 

Loder, Glrace E. .' 

Loder, Grace E 



Loder, Grace E. . 
Loder, Grace E.. 
Loder, Grace E.. 
Loder, Grace E. 
Loder, May 



Loeding H 

Logan, H. Dr 

Logus, Julius (Heirs) . . . 

Long, S. A 

Iiong, Peter & Amanda. 



Oregon City 

Oregon City, i int. . 

Milwaukie 

Milwaukie 

Clackamas Heights. 



Canby 

Oak Grove. 

Windsor 

Oswego 

Milwaukie. . 



Oregon Homes 

(Illadsamas Park. . . 

Oswego 

Molalla 

Henneman's Acres. 

Henneman's Acres . 

Gladstone 

Gladstone 

Pompeii 

Oak Grove 



Milwaukie Park. 
Orchard Homes. 

Oregon City 

Canemah 

Oregon City 



Pleasant Little Homes No. 3 

Oswego 

Estacada 

Pleasant Hill Park 

Pleasant HiU Park 



Pleasant Hill Park. 
Willamette Falls... 

Oswego 

I'^stacada 

Oregon City 



Oregon City . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Estacada . . . . 
Oak Grove.. 



Oregon City 

Bolton 

Estacada 

Clackamas Heights . 
Oregon City 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Minthorn . . . . 

Oswego 

Estacada . . . . 



Clackamas Heights . . 
Clackamas Heights. . 
Clackamas Heights. . 
Estacada, First Add.. 
Oregon City 



Oregon City -r^ • ' ■ 

Willamette Falls, Acre Tract 

Pompeii 

Estacada 

Boring Junct. Tract 



Clackamas Heights. 

Gladstone 

W. Gladstone 

Oak Grove 

Oregon City 



Pompeii 

Willamette Falls 

Windsor 

Clackamas Heights 

So. Oregon City No. 1. 



Gladstone 

Willamette Falls 

Weslyn 

Willamette Tracts..., 
Clackamas Highlands 



Estacada 

Gladstone 

Milwaukie Park . 

Oregon City 

Hyde Park 

Lewelling Park.. 

MajTvood 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Oregon Citv 



1,100$ 
655 
400 
800 
200 

400 
300 
75 
735 
100 

125 

525 

40 

90 

200 

400 

1,700 

310 

40 

600 

180 

380 

1,000 

10 

400 

105 
ISO 
ISO 
100 
ISO 

400 
250 
100 
ISO 
300 

700 
300 
IOC 
90 
300 

640 
430 
100 
300 
850 

400 

200 

30 

200 

45 

200 
200 
380 

50 
100 

700 
SO 
40 

200 

75 

245 

1,355 

70 

525 
2,895 

20 
1,3S0 
50 
1911 
50 

70 

1,900 

ISO 

400 

270 

80 

360 

100 

1,3S0 

20 

1,500 

6,000 

13,250 

450 

A05 



720 

1,000 

200 

700 
300 

850 

25 

50 



330 

30 

290 

500 

25 



50 
400 

400 
200 

600 
450 

200 
2S0 

200 
850 
400 
SO 
925 

275 
100 
200 

200 
400 



400 
400 



250 
950 



500 



SO 
ISO 
425 



100 
135 
250 
200 



3,400 
200 

4(10 



1,100$ 

655 
1,120 
1,800 

400 

1,100 
600 

75 

1,585 

125 

175 
525 

40 

90 
200 

400 

1,700 

310 

40 

930 

210 

380 

1,290 

10 

900 

I OS 
150 
175 
100 
150 

4S0 
650 
100 
550 
500 

1,300 
7S0 
100 
290 
S50 

840 

1,280 

500 

350 

1,775 

67S 
200. 

30, 
300 

45. 

400 
200. 
380, 
50, 
300 

1,100 
50. 
40. 
600 
475 

245, 

1,355, 

70. 

775 
3,845 

20. 

1,850 

50, 

190. 

50. 

70. 
1,950 
300 

825 
270, 

180 

495 

350 

1,550 

20. 

2,100 
6,000; , 
16,6501 
6.S0 



720 

1,000 

200 

700 
300 



850 
25 



SO 



330 

30 

'290 

'soo 



25 



SO 
400 



400 
200 



600 
450 



200 
2S0 

200 
850 
400 
50 
925 

275 



100 



200 



200 
400 



400 
4'00 



250 
950 



50 
ISO 

425 



100 
135 
250 
200 



3,400 
200 
MO 



1,100$ 
6SS 
400 
800 
200 

400 
300 
75 
735 
100 

125 

S2S 

40 

90 

200 

400 

1,700 

310 

40 

600 

180 

380 

1,000 

10 

400 

105 
ISO 
ISO 
100 
ISO 

400 
250 
100 
ISO 
300 

700 
300 
100 
90 
300 

640 
430 
lUO 
300 
850 

400 
200 

30 
200 

45 

200 
200 
380 
50 
100 

700 
SO 
40 

200 

75 

245 

1,355 

70 

525 
2,895 

20 
1 ,3.50 
SO 
190 
50 

70 

1,900 

ISO 

400 

270 

80 

360 

100 

1,350 

20 

1,500 

6,000 

13,250 

450 

495 



35.75$ 

21.28 

29.68 

47.70 

10.00 

28.60 
12 60 

1.36 
41.22 

3.31 

4.4S 
12.08 
1.04 
1.89 
4.70 

9.40 
34.00 

6.20 

,66 

19,53 

4,94 
S.70 

41,93 
.1 

29.25 

2.69 
3.90 
5.26 
I .SO 
2.25 

6.75 
12,67 

1,90 
16,50 
16,25 

42,25 

24.38 

3.25 

8.70 

11.55 

27.30 
23.04 
15,00 
8,75 
47.13 

21.93 

6.50 

.71 

7.80 

1. 35 

8,50 
5.00 
9.50 
l.SO 
9.75 

35.75 
.97 
.66 

18.00 
8.07 

6.13 

27.09 

1.40 

16.28 

125.02 

.33 

36.07 

.90 

4.75 

.95 

1.40 
38.02 

S.40 
16.08 

6. 75 

5.40 

9.90 

8.23 

50.36 

.40 

55.65 
100.80 
541 .15 
21.13 
29 ns 



—123— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



lusi of Tupajn 



Address 



No. of 
Lots 



Genenl Fropertj isssssments in 1910 



On Lots 



BiiildingB& 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
issessmont 



Single Tu 
Eiemptions 
1910 Vonld 
EaT< Beeli 



Single Tai 
Assessment 
1910 Wonld 
lave Been 



Ictmil Tu 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 
Tai ¥onId 
ItTt Been 



Long, W. A. & M. M.. 

Long, Harry 

Iiong, Elizabeth 

Longcoy, Hiram 

Longmuir, Geo. D. . . . 



Lonsdale, F. H. & M. L.. 

Loser, John 

Loser, John 

Loser, Wm 

Loser, Dora A 



Louden, Lewis D. 
Lovelace, J. F. ... 
Lovelace Mabel. . . 
liowe, Elmer G... 
Lowe, E. G 



Lowe, Samuel E , 

Lowell, Guema 

LowTy, John 

Lowry, John W. & J. A., 
Lowenthal, A. F 



Lucas F. E 

Lucas, Herbert.. 
Lucas, Henry G.. 
Luckey, L. M — 
Lucke, Fred H... 



Luoke, Fred H 

Lucke, F 

Lund, Emil 

Lundgren, Peter 

Lutheran Zion Church. 



Lykes, J. M 

Lynd, W. A 

Lynge, S. A 

Lynge, Amelia M.. 
Lynch, T.J....... 



Lynch, Jos. T... 
Lyons, Mary A., 

Lyons, Dan 

Lyons, NelUe. . . 
Lysen, D 



Mack, O. R 

Mack, J. G 

Macy JohnR... 
Mackey, James. 
MackreU. Wm... 



MacNaughton, E. B . . 
MacFarland, Robt. O . 

Macmaster, Wm 

Maddax, Melissa 

Mftgers, Nancy 



Maher, J. E 

Maire, Wm 

Mainwood, J. & M,. 

Maloy, Thos. J 

Mann, Wm 



Mann, Chas. & Wm.. 

Mann, Chas. A 

Mann, Chas 

Mann, S. M 

Manly, S.B 



Manley, J. B 

Manning, Manly M 

Manning, W. G 

Manning, C. L.. . . . . 

Manning, I.eslie C . . 



Mandeville, M. J.. 

Maple, E. J 

Marrs, Mary 

Marrs Samuel 

Marrs, Georgia... , 



Marrs, Lucinda. 

Marr'', J. S 

Mark, J. M 

Martin, Josiah . . 
Martin, Ellen F. 



Martin, Jesse S. & R. B.. 

Martin, Thos 

Martin, Chas. E 

Martin, Walter 

Martin D. B, & C 



Martin, Clara B.. 
Martin, Frank , . . 
Marley, Geo. H.. 
Marx, Herbert. . 
MnrVpp, Arr'hiP. . 



Oregon City 

Hyde Park 

Canemah 

Clackamas Park. 
Estacada 



Boberg Tracts. . . . 

Oak Grove 

Oak Grove 

Oak Grove 

Willamette Falls. 

Milwaukie Park. . 

i^lstacada 

Estacada 

Milwaukie 

Minthorn 



Gladstone 

Hyde Park 

Oregon City 

Wilson ville 

Pleasant Little Homes No. 1 



Park Place 

Willamette Tracts.. 

Gladstone 

Minthorn; 2-lS int.. 
Oak Grove 



Oak Grove 

Oak Grove 

So. Oswego 

Oregon City 

Oregon City; exempt. 



Oswego 

Willamette Tracts.. 

Minthorn 

Jennings Lodge. . . . 
Canemah 



Oregon City. 
So. Oswego... 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Canemah 



Canby 

•^■0. Oregon City No, 1 

Pruneland 

Minthorn 

Molalla 



Elk Rock Villas Tract. 

Oak Grove 

/Vaverly Heights 

Jregon City 

Gladstone 



Hyde Park 

Oswego 

Canby 

Oak Grove 

Clackamas Heights. 

.'"lackamas Heights. 
Jlackamas Heights. 
'Clackamas Heights. 

Winthorn 

Canby 



Canby 

WUlamette Falls. 

Pompeii 

^o. Oswego 

So. Oswego 



Pruneland 

Oregon City 

OregoQ City 

Oregon City; 7-!> int. in 2 ! 
Oregon City; 2-9 int. in 2 i 



Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Oswego 

Windsor 

Willamette Falls. 



Oswego 

Oregon City. . . 
Oregon City . . . 
<-)regon City. . . 
W. Gladstone. 



Capnemah 

Barlow 

Oregon City 

Milwaukie Park. 
Hvde P.Hrk 



600 

30 

300 

1,875 
175 

800 
5 
430 
200 
125 

90 
60 
60 
165 
80 

240 
30 

600 
SO 
30 

120 
100 
240 
840 
1,200 

50 
720 
230 
200 



150 
675 

40 
300 

50 

1,800 
80 

4,150 
300 
250 

ISO 
400 
400 
165 
130 

650 
500 
7,000 
ISO 
110 

60 
500 
120 
600 

75 

35 
105 
105 

240 
280 

270 

200 

80 

35 

75 

900 
400 
1,650 
800 
800 

75 
400 
290 
250 
580 

325 
100 
SO 
400 
240 

ISO 
720 
250 
250 
20 



600 

I! 

305 

SO 
300 
350 

1,150 

75 
250 

285 
40 

180 



100 
250 



1,200$ 
30.. 

60S 
1,875.. 

175.. 



850 
5 
730 
200 
475 

90 

1,210 

60 

240 

330 

S25 
30 

600 
90 
30 

300 
100 
240 
840 
1,200 

SO 
720 
330 
450 



200 



1,850 
200 

2,900 
300 
200 

200 
200 
400 

475 



6,200 
350 

22S 



400 
100 



ISO 

250 

40 

SO 

40 

290 
120 



300 

60 

600 

1,025 

300 

300 



300 
250 



25 
250 

250 
500 

ISO 
IS 

ISO 
50 



350 
675 

40 
300 

SO 

3,650 
280 

7,050 
600 
4S0 

350 
600 
800 
165 
605 

650 
500 
13,200 
500 
33S 

60 
900 
220 
600 

75 

185 
355 
145 
290 
320 

560 

320 

80 

35 

375 

960 
1,000 
2,675 
1,100 
1,100 

75 
700 
290 
500 
580 

350 
350 
50 
650 
740 

300 
735 
400 
300 
20 



600$ 



305 



50 



300 
'356 



1,150 



7S 
250 



285 



40 



180 



100 
250 



200 



1,8S0 
200 

2,900 
300 
200 

200 
200 
400 



475 



6,200 
3S0 
225 



400 
100 



ISO 

250 
40 
50 
40 

290 
120 



300 

60 

600 

1,025 

300 

300 



300 
'250 



25 
250 



600 

30 

300 

1,875 

175 

800 
S 
430 
200 
125 

90 
60 
60 
165 
80 

240 
30 

600 
50 
30 

120 
100 
240 
840 
1,200 

50 
720 
230 
200 



250 
500 

ISO 
IS 

ISO 
SO 



150 
675 

40 
300 

50 

1,800 
80 

4,150 
300 
250 

ISO 
400 
400 
165 
130 

650 
500 
7,000 
ISO 
110 

60 
500 
120 
600 

75 

35 
105 
105 
240 
280 

270 

200 

80 

35 

75 

900 
400 
1,650 
800 
800 

75 
400 
290 
250 
S80 

32S 
100 
SO 
400 
240 

ISO 
720 
250 
250 
20 



00$ 



39 

.60 

10.88 

43.13 

5.26 

12.75 
.10 

15.33 
4.20 
9.26 

2.12 

36.30 

1.80 

6.35 

8.74 

10.19 

.60 

19.50 

1.35 

.77 

7.50 

1.95 

4.80 

19.74 

25.20 

1.05 
15.12 

6.27 
14.62 



6.64 
12.15 

.95 
5.04 

.90 

118.63 
5.32 

220.13 
19.50 
8.10 

9.10 
11.40 
14.38 

3.87 
12.70 

12.35 
10.50 
310.20 
16.25 
6.70 

1.20 
23.40 

5.72 
12.60 

1.88 

4.62 
8.87 
3.63 
6.82 
8.32 

14.56 

6.24 

1.33 

.67 

7.12 

17.20 
32.50 
76.25 
35.75 
35.75 

2.43 
22.75 
7.S4 
9.00 
11.31 

9.10 
11.35 

1.63 
21.13 
14.80 

5.40 
12.12 
13.00 

7,04 
.40 



—124— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






Iddrsss 


So. of 

lots 


Gentnl Fioptrtj Isstssments is 1910 


Single Tax 
Sxemptiona 
1910 Wonld 
Have Been 


Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910WaiUd 
lave Been 


lotnalTax 

Paid for 

1910 


Tax for 1910 

Dndor Singlo 

Tax Vonid 

EaTO Beed 


Huat of Tiipiyer 


On lots 


BDildiigs t 
PersoBsl 
Property 


Total 
Assessment 


Marshall C. F 


Windsor 


1 

4 

1 
3 
2 

2 
1 

1 
6 

1 

2-3 

1 
1 

2 
3 
6 

2 

4 

49 

24 

1 

4 

4 

19 

1 

2 

2 

36 

2 

1 

25 

2 

1 

1 
6 

1 
2 
4 


$ 40 

370 

20 

130 

250 

250 
200 
200 
125 
450 

60 
150 
350 
100 
200 

525 
SOO 
100 
700 
2,500 

40 

750 

120 

1,790 

720 

350 

1,400 

300 

28S 

15 

200 

200 

30 

80 

43S 

100 
20 
62S 
150 
150 

20 

370 

40 

40 

470 


315 

200 
100 

180 

200 

400 

50 

ISO 
135 

325 

25 
* 

SO 

255 

250 

3,150 

* 
* 
250 

1,240 

1,025 

325 

* 

91: 

200 
200 

* 
* 

150 
125 
200 
200 
400 

ISO 

* 
* 

* 
* 


$ 4o'-'K 


$ 40 

370 

20 

130 

250 

250 
200 
200 
125 
450 

60 
ISO 
350 
100 
200 

525 
SOO 
100 
700 
2,500 

40 

750 

120 

1,790 

720 

350 

1,400 

300 

285 

IS 

200 

200 

30 

80 

435 

100 
20 
625 
ISO 
ISO 

20 

370 

40 

40 

470 


$ .72 

12.43 

.60 

9,90 

6.83 

8.38 
3.90 
7.80 
10.24 
13.25 

6.30 
9.27 
14.18 
2.93 
3.00 

9.97 

8.80 

11.53 

34.12 

183.62 

1.00 
24.38 

2.76 
46.92 
16.56 

36.57 
78.81 
13.13 
10.40 
.55 

13.00 

12.00 

.76 

1.60 

7.21 

4.50 
4.72 
26.83 
11.37 
9.90 

4.25 

7.40 

.72 

.66 

12.22 


$ 1.29 


Marshall, Emilv J 




685 

20 

330 

350 

430 
200 
400 
S25 
SOO 

210 
285 
675 
125 
200 

525 
550 
355 
950 
5,650 

40 

750 

120 

2,040 

720 

1,590 

2,425 

625 

285 

15 

400 
400 


315 


9.83 






95 




Estacada 


200 
100 

ISO 


8 96 


Markerall. Frank 


Willamette Tracts 


9.71 




Willamette Falls 


9.71 


Mass, Ernest E. & Nola 


Willamette Falls 


7.78 


Maps E.&N 


Willamette Falls 


200 

400 

SO 

ISO 
135 
325 

25 


7.78 




Willamette Falls 


4.86 






20.58 




Estacada 


4.14 






9.88 


Maaterson. E. H 


Oak Grove 


11.28 




Milwaukie Park 


3.52 


Matson G. & Edith 


Concord Tracts 


4.64 








15.01 


Mathisen Mels 


Logan Tract 


SO 

255 

250 

3,150 


12.22 




Oregon City 


6.59 




Oregon City; undiv, i io^t. in. 
Oregon City 


46.09 




164.60 


Matthies Fred 


Oregon City 


1.51 




Oregon City 




49.38 








4.04 






250 


60.25 




South Clackamas 

RIarshfield 


24.24 




1,240 

1,025 

325 


11.78 


Mattley, J. H. & Sally Ann... 




92.18 




9.6S 




Minthorn; ^ int. in 

Minthorn; 4 int. in 


13.56 






.72 


Mattocks J. L. & Amelia .... 


Oregon City 


200 
200 


13.17 


Matthieaen. Metta Mrs 


Ii^stacada 


13.79 




Pleasant Little Homes No. 1 . 


1.13 




SO 
435 

2S0 
145 
825 
350 
SSO 

170 

370 

40 

40 

470 




2.36 


Maulding, J. W. & Mary 

Maville, A. J. -S. J. & E. L.. 






10.83 




150 
125 
200 
200 
400 

ISO 


2.66 


May, W, W 




1.32 


Mav Wilev W 


Oregon City 


41 .14 


May W S 




9.88 


Mav Lake A 


Canemah 


3.99 






.75 


Mavhfiw Wm M 


W Gladstone 


10.92 








1.29 


Meade, Grace W. Mrs 

Meagher, Lucy M 






1.00 






21.39 








M E Church 


Oregon City; part of 


2 


1,800 


400 
5,000 

* 

465 

* 

* 
210 
120 

* 
« 

ISO 

* 

350 

45 

650 

* 

655 

350 
* 
* 
* 

SOO 

550 


2,200 

5,000 

150 

545 

80 
180 
330 
420 
200 

200 
100 
250 
1,220 
100 

650 

500 

1,100 

2,510 

805 

1,100 

125 

250 

40 

6,290 

900 


400 
5,000 


1,800 


71. SO 

162.50 

3.15 

13.84 

1.60 
3.60 

5.45 
10.50 
4.20 

4.20 
1.60 
5.25 
20.50 
2.00 

21.13 
16.25 
35.75 
50.20 
12.75 

35.75 

4.07 

6.50 

.80 

113.21 

27.62 


118.51 










3 
2 

1 

2 

1 

1 

2 

2 
H 

7 

1 

17 

1 

3 

1 
1 

2 
35 

2 
2 
10 
2 
1 

2 
1 
9 
4 
3 

5 
2 
2 

2 
1 


150 
80 

80 
180 
120 
300 
200 

200 
100 
100 
1,220 
100 

300 
4SS 
450 
2,510 
150 

7S0 

125 

250 

40 

5,790 

350 


150 
80 

80 
180 
120 
300 
200 

200 
100 
100 
1,220 
100 

300 
455 
450 
2,510 
150 

750 

125 

250 

40 

5,790 

350 


4.84 


Mppks Gpo F 




465 


3.76 


Meeker, Lima & Frank 




2.36 






5.31 


Meier, Henry (Heirs) 




210 
120 


3.02 




11.27 


Meinzer, Geo 

Meinzer, Geo. 




6.45 


Oik Grove 




6.45 






2.45 






ISO 


3.23 














2.9S 


Mellien. E. W 




350 

45 

650 


19.75 


Oregon City; undiv. ^ int 


29.96 
29.63 


Meldrum, Poris I- 




74.09 




Willamette Tracts 

Oregon City 


655 
350 


5.83 




49.38 
8.23 










11.38 


MAmVlf "R "R 


Hyde Park 




1.18 


Merchants Savings & T. Co.. . 

Metzner, F. A. & J. A 

Methodist Episcopal Church 


shannon Acre Tracts 


SOO 
550 


186.33 
23.04 


Willamette Falls; exempt 

Pleasant Little Homes No. 3. 




ISO 
260 
500 

300 

125 

4,600 

40 

105 

330 
3S0 
300 

9bo 

200 


* 
250 
775 

* 

250 
3,630 

* 

ISO 

200 
355 
150 
800 
1,000 


iro 

510 
1,275 

300 

375 

8,230 

40 

255 

530 

70S 

450 

1,700 

1,200 




1.50 
260 
500 

300 

125 

4,600 

40 

105 

330 
350 
300 
900 
200 


3.82 
13.26 
41.44 

9.75 

7.87 

267.46 

.96 

6.63 

17.23 
22.92 
14.63 
SS.25 
36.00 


5.64 




250 

775 




Meyer, Fred J 




32.93 




19.75 


Meyer, Fred I?. 




250 
3,630 

iso 

200 
355 
ISO 
800 
1,000 


4.03 


Oregon City 


302 . 87 


















21.73 


MipHpIh T T 


Oregon City 


23.04 


MiVholo M 


Oregon City 








59.26 


Michels, Frank 


Estacada 


13.79 



-125- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



ITame of Taxpayer 



Address 



No. of 
Lots 



General Property Assessments Id 1910 



Oa Lots 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Afisessment 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Would 
Have Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Would 
Have Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tazforl9ie 

Under Single 

Tax Would 

Hare Been 



Michels, N. C 

Midlam, Svlvia F.. 

Mills, May's 

Mills, Abbott L.. .. 
Milla, Helen I 



Milln, Agnes 

Milln, Thos 

Miller. R. A 

Miller, R. A 

Miller, Robert A. 



Miller, Robert A. . . . 
Miller, George H.. . . 

Miller, Sarah E 

Miller, Sarah C 

Miller, W.H.&E... 

Maier, J. O 

Miller, J. A. &R.... 

Miller, C.E 

Miller, J. P. & P.N. 
Miller, Jacob 



Bolton 

Canemah 

Oregon City 

Waverly Heights. 
Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Mintliorn 

Oregon City 

Gladstone/. 

Gladstone 



Minthorn . , . . 
Gladstone . . . 
Canemah . . . . 
Oregon City. 
Gladstone... 



Miller, F.C.J. R.... 
Miller, F.C.&F. J.. 

Miller, G. W. H , 

Miller, Chas.H 

Miller, G.R.H 

MiUer, C.H. &S. C. 

Miller, Marion W 

MiUer, Winona , 

Miller, Eva & Elva.. 
MiUer, P. C , 



Windsor 

Tualatin Meadows. 

Pompeii 

Park Place 

Oswego 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City . 
Oak Grove . . 
Molalla 



Miller, Annie S 

Miller, John & Sarah 

Miller. Theo.B.&E.M.C. 

Miller, C.J 

Miller, Byron Dr 



Miller, David H 

Miller. W. H. V 

Miller, Fred A. & A. L.. 

Miller, CO 

Miller, Chas. G 



Miller, S. G 

Miller, M. & F. C. 

MiUer. C. C 

Miller, E. M. 



Minthorn ....... 

Milwaukie Park. 
Milwaukie Park. 

Marshfield 

Maplehmst 



Jennings Lodge. 

Gladstone 

Gladstone 

Gladstone 

Gladstone 



Miller, Everett Estacada 



Milev, Catherine 

Millard, C. G. & W, E 

Miihcan, D. C 

Milwaukie Grange No, 26S. 
Milwaukie Band 



Minns, Elizabeth. 

Minor, Wirt 

Minor, Cora 

Minnie E. C 

Mintie, E. R 



Minarik, Michael 

Minkler, Chap. L 

Minthorn Spring Water Co.. 

Minsinger, Emma M 

Mitts, Mary 



Mitts, J. F. & Minnie F 

Mitchell, Chas 

Mitchell, E. B. Mrs 

Mitchell, H. W 

Mitchell, B. F 

Mitchell, B.F 

Mitchell, B.F 

Mitchell, Lewiw & SLLi\er C'u 

Moak, 0. W 

Moak, W. S 



Moak, Ernest N . . . , 
Mobley, David E.. 
Mock, Orlando J.. . 
Moehnke, Gustina. 
Moehnke, Chas 



Moehnke, Theresa 

Moehnke, Michael 

Moehnke, John 

Moehnke, John A 

Moehnke, Wm. M & A. C, 



Moehnke, Wm. & Ada. . 

Moehnke, Chris 

Moffitt, Nerius E 

Moffatt, J. W 

Mohler, Wm. U. hT.B. 



Gladstone . 
Gladstone. 
Estacada. . 
Estacada. . 



Oregon City 

Causey's Suburban Tract. 

Orchard Homes 

Lewelling Park; exempt. . 
Lewelling Park 



Oregon City. 
~ " Hei! 



Waverly Heights.. 

Oregon City 

Risley 

Oswego 



So. Oregon City No. 3. 
Clackamas Riverside. . , 

Minthorn 

Concord Tracts 

Lee's Add. to Canby. . , 



Canbv 

Willamette Tracts.. 

W. Oregon City 

Pompeii 

Gladstone 



Gladstone. . . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Estacada. . . . 
Estacada. . . . 



Estacada 

Marchbanks 

Gladstone 

Oregon City 

Willamette Tracts.. 



Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Willamette Tracts 

Will. &Tuahitm Tracts. 
Willamette Falls 



Oregon City .... 

Oregon City 

Lewelling Park. 
(Jregon CiLy. . , . 

Wjls^n^'illp 



320 

300 

300 

3,000 

2,9S0 

2,500 
30 
1,700 
2,600 
1,010 

40 
200 
300 
400 
320 

100 

520 

20 

50 

150 

150 

1,100 

300 

525 

1,900 

200 
1,400 
300 
400 
220 

40 

50 

400 

140 

750 

300 
200 
300 
210 
200 

300 
100 
90 
350 
300 

750 

2,275 

ISO 



200 

400 
3,000 

150 
1,575 

125 

160 

1,325 

45 

245 
80 

420 
ISO 
200 
80 
250 

240 

275 

100 

90 

45 

45 
920 

20 
160 
670 

475 
500 
800 
480 
250 

700 
350 
475 
625 
75 



575 
330 
500 
1,500 
250 

300 



125 

375 
400 
600 

S45 
200 



400 

325 

400 

1,000 

350 

1,050 

700 

300 



325 
100 



350 

75 



1,235 



300 
380 



200 

400 
2,500 
200 
615 
400 



75 
120 



300 
SO 



300 

2S0 

710 

1,600 



95 



140 
100 



425 
370 



400 

450 

350 

1,020 



895 

630 

800 

4,500 

3,200 

2,800 
30 
1,700 
2,600 
1,135 

40 
2u0 
675 
800 
920 

645 
520 
20 
250 
ISO 

ISO 

1,500 

625 

925 

2,900 

550 

2,450 

1,000 

700 

220 



575 
330 
500 
1,500 
250 

300 



125 



375 
400 
600 

545 



40 




50 




725 
240 
750 


325 
100 


300 




200 




650 
285 
200 


350 

75 


700 
100 


400 


90 




1,585 
300 


1,235 


1,050 

2,655 

ISO 


300 
380 



400 

800 
5,500 

350 
2,190 

S25 

160 

1,400 

165 

245 

80 

720 
200 
200 
80 
550 

490 

985 

1,700 

90 

45 

45 

1,015 

20 

300 

770 

900 

870 
800 
480 
650 

1,1.50 
700 

1,495 
625 

75 



200 



400 

325 

400 

1,000 

350 

1,050 

700 

300 



200 

400 
2,500 
200 
615 
400 



300 
SO 



300 

250 

710 

1,600 



140 
100 



425 
370 



320$ 

300 

300 

3,000 

2,950 

2,500 
30 
1,700 
2,600 
1,010 

40 
200 
300 
400 
320 



100 

520 

20 

50 

150 

150 

1,100 

300 

525 

1,900 

200 
1,400 
300 
400 
220 

4" 

SO 

400 

140 

750 

300 
200 
300 
210 
200 

300 
100 
90 
350 
300 

750 

2,275 

ISO 



400 

450 

3501 

1,0201 



200 

400 
3,000 

150 
1,575 

125 

160 

1,325 

45 

245 

80 

420 
150 
200 

80 
250 

240 

275 

100 

90 

45 

45 
920 

20 
160 
670 

475 
500 
800 
480 
250 

700 
350 

475 

625 

75 



16.10$ 

11. .34 

26.00 

105.75 

104.00 

91.00 
.80 
SS,2S 
52.00 
22.71 

1.06 

4.00 

12.15 

26. CO 

18.40 



11.62 

7.80 

.33 

6.25 

3.90 

4.88 
48.75 
20.31 
30.06 
94.25 

17.88 
79.63 
32.50 
14.70 
4.62 

1.06 
1.17 

17.05 
5. 52 

19.13 

5.04 
4.00 
13.00 
5.69 
4.00 

14.00 
2.00 
2.70 

47.55 
9.00 

34.12 
67.70 

2.25 



10.60 

26.00 
129.25 
11.38 
32.86 
13.64 

3.04 
28.00 
3.99 
3.67 
2.08 

18.72 
3.90 
3.60 
1.32 

11.00 

9.80 

24.63 

55.25 

2.70 

1.36 

1.35 

23.84 

.40 

9.75 
15.02 

29.24 
25.30 
15.60 
9.36 
12.67 

37.37 
22.75 
39.63 
20.29 
1 13 



-126- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Kame o{ laipn^er 



Mohler, S. S 

Mohaupt, Carl 

MoUoy, W. L. & A. A.. 

Moline, G. 

Monk, A. J 



Monk, A. J 

Monk, E. H 

Monroe, Althea. . . 
Monical, Edward. 
Moncrief, EfHe. . . . 



Moncrief, Edward.. 
Montour, Helen M.. 
Montour, Helen M.. 
Montgomery, J. L.. 
Moon, Anna F 



Moore, Mary B.. 
Moore, J. & C... 

Moore, J. S 

Moore, Leona... 
Moore, D. M 



Moore, Frank 

Moore, C. F 

Moore, Bertha AI.. . 
Moore, Martha A.. 
Moore, L. K 



Moore, L. K 

Moore, M. 0. & W. S.. 

Moore, Ira 

Moore, Jas. T 

Moore, Clara 



Moore, John Chas.. 

Moore, John 

Moores, Carrie V.. . 

Moore, H. B 

Moody, liCigh W.. . 



Moody, Edith F., 
Moody, Amy S.. . 
Moosbrugger, F.. 
Morey, Clara E.. 
Morey, Clara E... 



Moran, Chas 

Moran, Chas 

Morand, A. L. & W. H.. 

Morand, Amy L 

Morley, Sarah E 



MoRoss, J. S 

Morrison, Alex A.. 

Morrison, R. V 

Morae, Evelyn I.. , 
Morse, Evelyn I,. . 



Morse, Calvin P.. 
Morse, Calvn P... 
Morse, Mary A.. . 
Morgan, Ivy D.., 
Morgan, F. M 



Morris, Isaac J.. 
Morris, M. L., . . 

Morris, J. D 

Morris, W H.. . 
Morris, F, A,... 



Morris, Geo 

Morris, J. K.&F.E.... 

Morris, Joseph 

Morris, Edith B 

Morris, B, W. (Bishop). 



Morris, Fred S... . 
Morris, Frank. . . . 
Morrell, Harry L.. 
Morrell, Louis. . . . 
Morel, Chas 



Morrow, Almond 

Mortensen, R. P. Dr., 

Mosier, Harriet 

Mott, Wm. S 

Hotter, Adah F 



iddresa 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City . 
Oswego 



Oswego 

Oswego 

Milwaukie . 
Idlewild.. . 
Minthorn. . 



Mount, H. S 

Moulton, Eva L 

Moulton, Eva L 

Moyer, Harry & Lola 

Mueller, Edward W. & B. U. 

Muench, M Sunset City. . 

Muench, Gustav Oregon City Annex.. 

Muench, Elizabeth Oregon City Annex.. 

Muir, David & V. T Coleman 

Mulvey, Margaret [Oregon City 



Minthorn. 



Oregon City 

Boring Junction Tract.. 
W. Gladstone 



Milwaukie Park. 

Park Place 

Park Place 

Park Place 

Park Place 



Green Point. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oak Grove... 
Maywood.... 



Oak Grove 

W. Gladstone.. 

Estacada 

Oak Grove 

Bolton 



Bolton 

Bolton 

Oak Grove 

Oregon City Annex 

Oak Grove; undiv. i int. in. 



Milwaukie Park. 
Milwaukie Park. 

Oanemah 

Glennxorrie 

Oregon City 



Jennings Lodge. 

Meldrum 

Marshfield 

Marshfield 

Oregon City 



Oswego 

Oak Grove 

Arcadia Tracts . . 
Milwaukie Park. 
Milwaukie Park. 



Jennings Lodge 

Oak Grove 

Jennings Lodge 

Oak Grove 

Boring Junction Tract. 



Jennings Lodge . 

Barlow 

Windsor 

Park Place 

Park Place 



So. Oregon City No. I . 

Oregon City 

Minthorn 

Milwaukie Park 

Milwaukie 



Coolridge Home Tracts. 

Estacada 

Gladstone 

Oswego 

Oswego 



Estacada 

Oak Grove 

Oregon City 

.Jennings Lodge. 
Oswego 



Oregon City. 

Gladstone 

Pompeii 

Robertson — 
Oregon City. 



No. of 
Lots 



Gonsral Property iBsessments in 1910 



49 
1 
S 
1 
3 

2 
I 
3 
I 
1 

15 
3 
2 
I 

2 

4 
4 

2 
2 
2 

2 
1 
I 

2 
2 

1 

I 

2 

40 



On Lota 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 ■Wonld 
Have Been 



770 S 

620 

100 

100 

210 

200 
3S0 

75 
10 
45 

240 
175 
1,265 
290 
210 

300 
240 

SO 
100 

60 

650 
300 
700 
600 
2,000 

950 
1,400 

SO 
200 

60 

60 
180 
200 

20 

75 

60 

120 

125 

2,940 

1,700 

300 
150 
200 
180 
180 

750 
4,100 
440 
135 
100 

300 
575 
300 
1,700 
100 

2,450 

SO 

200 

60 

180 

100 

SOO 

45 

40 

75 

3,105 
150 
260 

no 

100 

200 
200 
400 
100 
200 

60 

60 

20 

175 

ISO 

100 

10 

20 

1,650 

22S 



340$ 
300 
125 
175 



600 
300 



25 



275 
1,850 



200 



100 
165 



450 
200 



300 

20 
300 

* 

110 

225 

185 

2,180 



350 
700 
520 

50 
600 
100 
400 



250 



400 

300 

75 

200 

705 
25 
140 



500 
500 
310 

300 



1,110$ 
920 
225 
27S 
210. 

200. 

950 

375 

10. 

70 

240. 
450 
3,115 
290. 
210. 

SOO 
240. 
150 
265 
60. 

1,100 
300. 
700. 
800 

2,000 . 

950. 

1,400. 

SO. 

200. 

360 

60. 
200 
SOO 

20. 

185 

285 

120. 

310 

2,940 . 

3,880 

300. 
ISO. 
200. 
180. 
530 

1,450 
4,100. 
960 
135. 
100. 

350 
57S. 
900 
1,700 . 
200 

2,850 

SO. 

200. 

60. 

ISO. 

100. 
750 

45. 

40. 

73. 

3,105. 
5S0 
560 
185 
300 

90S 

225 

540 

100. 

200. 

560 
60. 
20. 
675 
ISO. 



340$ 
300 
I2S 
175 



600 
300 



25 



275 
1,850 



200 



100 
165 



450 



200 



300 



20 
300 



110 

225 



185 

"i.iso 



350 
700 



520 



50 



600 

'ioo 

400 



250 



400 

300 

75 

200 

705 
25 
140 



500 
500 



310 



410 
10 
20 

1,650 

525I 300l 



Single Tax 



1910 Wonld 
flaTO Been 



770$ 

620 

100 

100 

210 

200 

350 

75 

10 

45 

240 
175 
1,265 
290 
210 

300 
240 

50 
100 

60 

650 
300 
700 
600 
2,000 

950 
1,400 

50 
200 

60 

60 
180 
200 

20 

75 

60 

120 

125 

2,940 

1,700 

300 
ISO 
200 
180 
180 

750 
4,100 
440 
135 
IOO 

300 
575 
300 
1,700 
100 

2,4S0 
SO 

200 
60 

180 

IOO 
500 
45 
40 
75 

3,105 
ISO 
260 
110 
100 

200 
200 
400 
100 
200 

60 
60 
20 
175 
ISO 

IOO 

10 

20 

1,650 

225 



ietoal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



36.07 

29.90 

7.73 

8.93 

5.46 

3.80 

18.05 

9.95 

.17 

1.86 

5.64 

11. 7C 

101. 2J 

4.93 

4.20 

11.75 
6.00 
3.7 
6.62 
I.5C 

35.74 
9.7i 
22, 7J 
16. 80 
33. 6C 

19. 9J 

28. OC 

1.5C 

4.2c 

6.4f 

I.O! 
3.6( 
10. SC 

.4: 
3.8S 

6.6? 

2 

s.ss 

55. 8( 
126. IC 

5.04 
3.0c 
4.6C 
4.14 
17.2, 

37. 7C 

86. K 

18.24 

3 I 

2.3 

S,8S 
12.08 
15.12 
3S.70 

3. 40 

47. 8S 

.83 

3.60 

1.50 

4. SO 

1.90 

24.37 

1.18 

.94 

1.99 

52.38 
16.50 
11.20 
4.80 
7.80 

27.14 
4.72 

17.55 
1.68 
5.20 

17.13 

1.20 

.33 

15.87 
4.88 

7.38 

.24 

.42 

38.77 

17.05 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Tonid 

Hare Been 



—127— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 


1910 






Address 


No. of 
Lots 


General Fropertj iBsesaments in 1910 


Single Tai 
Kzemptions 
IMOTonld 
Have Been 


Single Tai 
Assessment 
IMOTould 
laTO Been 


Actual Tax 

faid for 

1910 


Taiforl91» 

Under Singl» 

Tax Tonld 

EaTt Bees 


ll»in« of Tmpiyer 


On lots 


Buildings & 
Pflrson&l 
Property 


Total 
issessment 


Mulkev A H 




4 
1 

1 

2 
2 

2 
4 

1 

2 
3 
1 

15 

2 

1 

18 

2 

1 
3 

8 
8 

2 

3 
11 

1 
2 
2 
12 
4 

3 
6 

1 

4 

2 

2 

4 
4 

19 

16 

2 

16 
3 

2 
2 

1 

2 
4 
2 
1 

2 
56 
56 

1 

4 
3 

2 
2 

69 

68 

2 

2 

2 
4 

1 
3 


$ 400 

500 

100 

200 

30 

270 

525 

300 

8,000 

40 

80 

750 

1,500 

800 

ISO 

10 

225 

700 

100 

20 

640 

20 

280 

275 

1,890 

150 
150 
200 
400 
1.600 

100 
450 
480 
200 
275 

ISO 
200 
175 
4,495 
140 

850 

300 

SO 

15 

400 

ISO 
175 
20 
60 
60 

1,620 
45 

240 
1,500 

550 

240 

1,200 

1,440 

70 

200 

SO 

20 

370 

1,050 

75 

140 

840 
840 
175 
450 

50 

1,200 

2,700 

300 

240 

50 
690 
680 
325 
240 

120 

800 

1,600 

175 

30 


$ 400 

* 
* 
* 
* 

* 
500 
600 

16,000 

* 

190 
25 
* 
* 

200 

* 
* 
SO 

* 

* 

* 

* 
220 
300 

* 
185 
350 

* 
400 

* 
SO 
295 

* 
* 

* 
100 
800 

* 

300 

50 

200 

* 

275 

* 

100 

* 
* 
* 

* 
* 
* 
* 
700 

* 
850 
200 
145 

* 

* 
* 
* 
* 

* 

425 

* 
* 

350 

* 
600 

400 
605 

* 

* 

250 

* 

25 

* 
* 

* 


$ 800 

500 

100 

200 

30 

270 

1,025 

900 

24,000 

40 

270 
775 
1,500 
800 
350 

10 
225 
750 
100 

20 

640 

20 

280 

495 

2,190 

150 
335 
550 
400 
2,000 

100 

son 

775 
200 
275 

ISO 
300 
975 
4,495 
140 

1,150 

350 

250 

15 

675 

150 
275 
20 
60 
60 

1,620 

45 

240 

1,500 

1,250 

240 

2,050 

1,640 

215 

200 

SO 

20 

370 

1,050 

75 

565 
840 
840 
175 
800 

SO 

1,800 

2,700 

700 

845 

50 
690 
680 
S75 
240 

145 

8O0 

1,600 

175 

3C 


$ 400 


$ 400 

500 

100 

200 

30 

270 

525 

300 

8,000 

40 

80 

750 

1,500 

800 

150 

10 
225 
700 
100 

20 

640 

20 

280 

275 

1,890 

ISO 
ISO 
200 
400 
1,600 

100 
450 
480 
200 
275 

ISO 
200 
175 
4,495 
140 

850 
300 
200 
15 
400 

ISO 
175 
20 
60 
60 

1,620 

45 

240 

1,500 

550 

240 

1,200 

1,440 

70 

200 

50 

20 

370 

1,050 

75 

140 
840 
840 
175 
450 

SO 

1,200 

2,700 

300 

240 

50 
690 
680 
325 
240 

120 

800 

1,600 

175 

30 


S 16.00 

10. SO 

2.00 

4.00 

.80 

7.16 

27.17 

23.85 

780.00 

.94 

7.02 
11.62 
38.25 
20.40 

6.65 

.15 

5.27 

24.38 

1.80 

.34 

9.60 

.34 

7.42 

7.93 

71.16 

2.40 
10.87 
11.55 

9 38 
65.00 

2 35 

10.00 

16 82 

4 00 

6.47 

3.90 
6.00 
19.49 
114 63 
3. SO 

37.37 

9 27 
6.63 

.41 
21.93 

3.53 
8.94 
52 
1.41 
1.41 

32.40 

1.05 

5.64 

24.75 

40.63 

5.64 

43.05 

34.44 

5.37 

4.20 

I 17 

.42 

5. 55 

34.12 

1.88 

10.17 
19.74 
19.74 

5. 25 
26.00 

1.63 

58.50 
57.00 
12 60 
16.89 

1 54 
10.35 

10 20 
15 23 

4.80 

3.62 
12.00 
24.00 

5. 25 
.60 


$ 11.80 


Mulkev B V 


3ak Grove; 2-3 int. in 


16.13 






2. 95 


Mulkey, Rose Z. & Frank. . . . 






S.90 






1.37 


MuUan IS 






12.35 






500 

600 

16,000 

190 

25 


24.01 






13.72 


Mult Lodge No 1 AF&AM 




526.72 






1.41 




Lee's Add. to Canby 

Concord Tracts 

A-tkinson Tracts 


3.76 


Hunger, H.C 


17.39 
56.48 


Munly Elizabeth B 


30.12 






200 


4.29 






.23 






7.92 






SO 


46.09 






3.22 








.49 


Murphy, Albert J. & Ada E... 
Murphy, Elizabeth Z 






14.84 






.49 




12.81 


Myers, E. E 

Myers W. W 




220 
300 


6.72 




124.44 


Myers. C E.- L. M. & A. G.. . 
Myers, H. C. & E 


Silver Springs Add 


5.29 


185 
350 


9.88 


Oak Grove 


6.45 






14.09 






400 


10S.34 






3.52 


McAlDin. Mvrtle H 




50 
295 


13.28 


Mr Anultv J W 


Olackamas Heights 


18.04 


McAnulty J. W 


5 90 








9.69 








6.83 






100 
800 


5.90 


McBain Edith K 




S.I7 


McBride, D. B 




169.24 


McBride, D. B. & Co 






5.27 


McBride G & V. E 




300 
SO 
SO 


55.97 






13.73 






2.39 


McCaim, M J 




.69 


McCov Nanev W.. . . 




275 


26.34 


McCoy Clara 




5.29 






100 


II 52 






91 


McCormell, Robt. E 






2 11 








2.11 








47.82 








1.58 


McCoraack, E. P 






8.45 


McCrossen, Viola 






36 78 


McCausland, Alfred E 




700 

850 

200 
145 


36.21 


McCullock, A 




8 44 


McCormick, Theresa (Sister) . 




38.70 






46.44 


McCormack, J. F 


Park Place 


2.62 


McClure, Denny H 




6 45 


McDevitt, T. B., Jr 






1 76 


McDermit, W. I 






70 


McDaniels, T. S 




8.58 






69 13 






425 


2 82 






4 51 


McElroj', L. G 


.Min thorn 2-15 int 


29 59 


McElroy, A. A 




29 59 


McKown, C. S 




12 17 


McFarlane, Jae 




350 
600 


29 63 


McGill, J. S 

McGee, P F 


Oreeon City 


3.29 
79 01 


McGowan, J. D 


Clackjinias Park 


86 64 


McGrath, Mary 


400 
605 


7 9« 






7 08 




Sanfh- 

Briglitwood 


2.39 


Mclntyre, J. T 

Mclntyre, J. T 




15.99 
15 76 


Mclntyre, R. H. ife M 

Mclntyre, Nellie F 


Milwaukie 


250 
25 


14.87 

7 08 


McKinnis, Lewis 

McKown, Elizabeth M 


Park Place 

Boberg Tract 


4 51 
18 54 


McKown, Elizabeth M 

McKown, C. S 


Boberg Tract 


37 08 
12 07 


McKee, Elizabeth 


Hyde Park 




.89 



—128- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Same of T&ipa^er 



iddresa 



No, of 
Lots 



Gtnenl Froportj issessmtsts in 1910 



On lots 



Buildings Si 
Pernon&l 
froporty 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Tould 
Havf Been 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Tonld 
EaTO Been 



Actual Tax 

f aid for 

1910 



T«xforl91» 

Under Singlt 

Tax Tould 

Have Been 



McKittrick, E. .T. 
McKittriok, K. .1. 
Melees, Edward. 
McLarty, W, W. . 
McLarty, K 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oak Grove. ., 
Oregon City. 



4 

7 

2 

Bolton '. . . . 5 



McLintook, G. W 

McMahon, Richard... 
McMahon, Jas. O. . . . 

McMaugh, John 

McManus, Katherine. 

McMinnville College. . 

McMillan, Thos 

McMillan, W.J 

McMonigal, J. C 

McNeil, limma 



Friends Oregon Colony, 

Canemah 

Gladstone 

Oswego 



Gladstone 

Oswego 

W. Gladstone... 
Jennings Lodge , 
Hyde Park 



McHae, Alexander 

McRobert, John & Augusta A 

McTague, Angus R 

McRoss, T. S 

Nacband, Georgana 



Nash, C. E 

Nash, Jol'jn R. . . . 
Naterlin, John — 
Naterlin, A. & !•.. 
Neal, Maud E.. . . 



Nealan, John G 

Nelo, Ohas. & Anna. 

Naslund, Iver 

Neer, Jennie 

Nefzger, Simpert 



Nefzger, Dora 

Nehren, Carl P 

Neilson, Thos . . . . 

Neiderhfluser, Christ. 
Nelson, John A 



Nelson, N. P...' 

Nelson, F.J 

Nelson, Edward 

Nelson, C. J.Mrs. ... 
Nelson, C.J 



Nelson, C. J. & Wife 

Nelson, Nellie 

Nelson, N.F 

Nelson, Carrie 

Nelson, Frank P. & B. E.. 



Nelson, Martha 

Neubauer, Nellie E. 

Newton, E. A 

Newton, Kate 

NewtOD, Jay 



Newton,. Geo. & Jane. . 

Newlaiid, J. W 

Newman, Geo. H 

Newman, J. A. & C. A. 
Nickels, H. B 



Nickels, Austin 

Nickles, H. E 

Nickol, Oskar 

Nichols, W. H 

Nichols, Amanda M. 



Nichols, C. W .. 

NichoUs, James & Addie. 

Nightingale, Dorcas 

Niles, W. E. & Margaret. 
Niles, W. E. & M. A 



Nilsson, Oscar W.. 

Nixon. C. H 

Noakes, Geo. F.. . 

Noble, H. E 

Noble, H.E 



Noble, H.E... 
Noble, J. W.. . 
Noble, J. & L.. 
Nolen, W. H... 
Norberg, John. 



Norris, David F.. 

Norris, C. E 

Norris, Emma . . . 
Norris, Mary E... 
Norris, Mary E... 



Norris, J. W. Dr 

Norton, Seba (Heirs) 

Nordstrom, Sarah S 

Nottingham, Georgia A.. 



Clackamas Heights. 

Oak Grove 

Milwaukie Park 

Oswego ■ 

Marshfield 



Oregon City. , . . 

Robertson 

Oregon City. . . . 
Oregon City . . . . 
Concord Tract. 






Milwaukie Park. 

Park Place 

Oak Grove 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Oregon City 

Oak Grove 

Oak Grove Annex. 

Wichita 

Jennings Lodge. . . 



Pleasant Little Homes No. I 

Oregon City Annex 

Wichita 

Oak Grove 

Robertson 



Robertson . . . 

Oswego 

Oregon City. 
Minthom. . . . 
Gladstone. . . 



Clackamas Heights. 

Pinehurst 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Minthom 



Barlow 

Finavon 

Windsor 

Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



Oregon City 

Milwaukie 

Clackamas Riverside . 

Oregon City 

Milwaukie Park 



Jennings Lodge. 

.Sunset City 

Molalla 

Gladstone 

Gladstone.... _... 



Gladstone 

Oswego 

Milwaukie Park... 
Multnomah Acres. 
Windsor 



Pleasant Little Hom3s No. I 

Oswego 

Oregon City 

Weslyn 

Oak Grove 



Oregon City. 

Oswego 

Oregon City. 
Gladstone . . . 
Oregon City. 



Oregon City. 
Milwaukie... . 

Barlow 

Pompeii 



2 
5 
I 

6 

47 

2 
I 

3 
2 

2 
I 

I 
3 

2 
I 

2 

2 

280 

I 

2 
2 



240 

1,400 

400 

.100 

140 
160 
200 
4S0 
200 

120 
4S0 
360 
1,750 
280 

300 
57S 
80 
750 
225 

1,400 

1,775 

200 

225 

160 

105 
120 
400 
30 
175 

500 
130 
20 
350 
600 

30 

2,190 

400 

250 

75 



200 

140 

40 

300 

650 

400 

20 

1,750 

22S 

400 
600 
SO 
450 
310 

160 
100 
425 
150 
125 

750 
250 
100 
240 
400 

75 
340 

40 
750 

50 

15 
450 
150 
550 
750 

ISO 
230 
250 
200 
900 



700 
ISO 
25 
20 



250 
400 
145 
350 
240 



425 
ISO 



600 
340 



335 
600 



700 



1,335 
350 



300 
300 



ISO 

200 
350 



25 



200 
ISO 

75 



425 

775 
245 

700 

300 



200 
120 



200 

25 

215 



ISO 

285 
250 



425 
100 



100 
800 

150 



250 
640 
1,545 
750 
540 

140 
160 
625 
600 
200 

120 
450 
960 
2,090 
280 

635 

1,175 

80 

1,450 

225 

2,735 

2,125 

200 

525 

460 

105 
270 
400 
30 
37S 

850 
130 
20 
375 
600 

30 

2,190 

600 

400 

ISO 

S 

625 

140 

40 

1,075 

89S 

400 

20 

2,450 

225 

700 
600 
50 
650 
430 

160 
300 
450 
365 
125 

900 
535 
350 
240 
400 

75 
765 
140 
7S0 

50 

IS 
450 
ISO 
550 
7S0 

ISO 
230 
350 
200 
1,700 

700 
300 

25 
20 



250$ 

400 

145 

350 

240 



42S 
ISO 



600 
340 



335 
600 



700 



1,335 
350 



300 
300 



ISO 

'266 
350 



25 



200 
ISO 

75 



425 

■775 
425 



700 



300 



200 
120 



200 

25 
215 



ISO 

285 
250 



425 
100 



100 

800 



ISO 



240 

1,400 

400 

300 

140 
160 
200 
450 
200 

120 

450 

360 

1,750 

280 

300 
575 
80 
750 
225 

1,400 

1,775 

200 

225 

160 

105 
120 
400 
30 
175 

500 
130 
20 
350 
600 

30 

2,190 

400 

250 

75 

5 

200 

140 

40 

300 

650 

400 

20 

I,7S0 

225 

400 
600 
SO 
450 
310 

160 
100 
425 
150 
125 

7S0 
250 
100 
240 
400 

75 
340 

40 
750 

50 

15 
4S0 
ISO 
550 
750 

ISO 
230 
250 
200 
900 

700 
ISO 
25 
20 



8.13 
17.56 
32.45 
24,37 

9.72 

3.36 

2.88 
12,50 
15.60 

5.20 

2,40 
11.70 
19.20 
35.10 

5.60 

15.88 
24.67 

1.88 
37.70 

5.17 

88.88 
49.94 

6.50 
17.06 

6.90 

2.46 
6.75 
8.40 
.98 
12.19 

27.62 

2.73 

.42 

13.69 

10.08 

.76 

48.78 

21.90 

8.40 

3.53 

.12 

11.87 

4.55 

1.06 

21.49 

22.40 

6.00 

.50 

79.63 
S.28 

11.55 
21.90 
.90 
21.12 
14.14 

5.20 
7. 95 
10.35 
11.70 
2.93 

15.12 
9.63 
7.35 
4.80 
8.00 

1.49 
19.87 

3.29 

12.38 

.90 

.38 

11.70 

4.88 

20,07 

15.75 

4,88 
5.98 

11.37 
4.00 

55.25 

22.75 

7.95 

.40 

.34 



—129- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



KuQQ of TazDajer 



Noud, Thos. J 

Nutting, F. P 

JJuttall,E. &L. C. 
JJuttall, Edward. . . 
Nuttall, Edward... 



Oak Grove M. E. Church... 

Obferg, C. G. & M. L 

Oblander, Ed 

O'Brien, Dennis 

O'Brien, John 



O. & C. R. R. Co 

Odell, Minnie 

O'Dell, Heater M 

.Odekirk, Louisa M 

O'Donnell, EUzabeth. 



O'Donovan, C... 
Offield, G. W.. . . 

Ogle, Robert 

Ohlsen, Carl E.. 
Ohren, Gunhild. 



O. I. &S. Co.... 
O. I. &S. Co.... 
O. I. &S. Co.... 

O. I. S. Co 

Olds, Matilda E.. 



Olds, David &M.E... 

Olds, E.D 

Oldenstadt, Fred 

Oliver, James & Kate . 
Olmstead, S. O 



Oleson, Die 

Olson, F. E 

Olsen, H 

Olsen, John P... 
Olund, Edward. 



Oman, Lawrence 

Oman, E 

O'Meil, Jos 

O'Neil, W. P 

O'Neil, L.Randall 

Ooperman, Henry 

O'Reilly, t)rake C 

Oregon City 

Oregon Land Co 

Oregon Swed. Colon. Co. 



Oregon City & Southern Ry. 

Oregon City Mfg. Co 

Osborne, Clarence 

Osborne, Geo. P 

Osmon, Elmer A 



Osmund, Theo 

Ostran, Hilma 

Oswalt, Martha. ... 
Oswald, Martha E.. 
Oswald, M. E. Mrs.. 



Owen, Geo. W 

Ozment, James S 

Pace, O. A. & Bertha M. 

Pace, John S 

Packard, P. I 



Pacific Stone Ware Co 

Pacific St. Sav. L. & B. Co., 

Paddock, M. E. Mrs 

Paddock, J. C 

Paddock, Harry O 



Page, John 

Page, John 

Page, JohnT 

Paget, B. Lee 

Paget, Margaret C. 



Pague, B. S 

Paine, C. G 

Paisley, J. M 

Painton, Harry C. 
Painter, Fred C 



Painter, J. E 

Painter, Marietta. 

Palmer, O. A 

Parker, Eli E 

Palmer, laabella.. 



Atkinson Tract . . 
Milwaukie Park. 
Green Point . . . . 

Caneraah 

Oregon City 



Oak Grove; eyentipt. 

Orchard Homes 

Estacada 

Oswego 

Oswego 



South Clackamas . . 

Minthorn 

West Oregon City. 

Oregon City. 

Milwaukie Park . . . 



Pinehurst . 
Barlow.. 

Barlow . 

Gladstone . 
Barlow. . . . 



Rosewood 

Tualatin Meadows. 
Elk Rock Villas... . 

Oswego 

Oregon City 



Oregon City 

Oak Grove 

Willamette Falls.., 
Hennemans Acres, 
Brightwood 



Pleasant Little Homes No. 3 

Milwaukie 

Pruneland 

Pruneland 

Oak Grove 



Oregon City. 
Oak Grove... 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Bolton 



Oswald, F.L 

Oswego Grange No. 175 

Ott, Frank 

Ott, Mary K 

Owen, Kate B 



Hdresi 



Ho. of 
Lots 



General Fropertj itsessments ii 1910 



On Lots 



Oregon City 

Waverly Heights.. 

Oregon City 

Minthorn 

Carlsborg Tract. . . 



Canemah . . . . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



Oregon City. 
Minthorn. . . . 

Gladstone 

Gladstone 

Gladstone — 



Gladstone 

Oswego; exempt. 

Milwaukie 

Pompeii 

Robertson 



Gladstone 

Minthorn. . . . 
Oregon City. 
Gladstone..., 
Robertson — 



Park Place. 

Oswego 

Gladstone. . 
Gladstone. . 
Gladstone.. 



Estacada 

Gladstone 

W. Gladstone.. 

Oak Grove 

Oak Grove.... 



Oak Grove 

Hyde Park 

Oregon City...., 
Jennings Lodge. 
Canemah 



Willamette Falls Acr'g Tcts. 

Canemah 

Boring Junction Tract. . .,,, 

Barlow ^ 

Oregon City 



3 
I 
I 
I 
I 

64 
20 

4 
1133 

3 

3 
1 
8 
3 
3 

5 
7 
2 
2 
2 

1 
4 
2 
I 
2 



1,550 

90 

225 

140 

400 



360 
200 
100 
200 

30 
860 
100 
300 

40 

1,175 

30 

330 

120 

300 

11,580 

6,655 

925 

55,000 

150 

100 
1,250 

600 

1,050 

30 

75 

1,900 

380 

540 

450 

300 

1,000 

200 

10 

140 

175 
3,500 

900 

90 

1,100 

150 

29,500 

200 

50 

380 

500 
40 
240 
160 
180 

360 



165 

20 
ISO 

250 
450 
550 
210 
180 

225 
400 
120 
240 
160 

SO 
560 

80 
400 
275 

ISO 
100 



300 
600 

275 

50 

1,400 

SOO 

120 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



250 
100 
200 



400 
200 
680 

100 

150 



50 
100 



45,800 
75 



30 
195 



450 



75 
700 
100 
200 
100 

250 



285 
200 



70,500 



80 
435 



400 



850 



630 
525 

200 
250 
100 
220 



1,000 
350 
450 

160 

175 

2,505 

135 

* 



Total 
ijisessment 



Singlo Tai 
Exemptions 
1910 Would 
HaT« Been 



Single Tai 
Assessment 
1910 Would 
Have Been 



ietual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



1,550 

90 

475 

240 

600 



360 
600 
300 
880 

130 
860 
250 
300 
40 

1,175 

30 

38U 

120 

400 

11,580 

6,655 

925 

100,800 

225 

130 
1,445 

600 

1,500 

30 

150 
2,600 
480 
740 
550 

550 

1,000 

200 

10 

140 

460 

3,500 

1,100 

90 

1,100 

150 
100,000 
200 
130 
815 

500 
40 
240 
160 
580 

360 



165 
20 
150 

250 
450 
1,400 
210 
180 

225 
400 
120 
870 
685 

250 
810 
180 
620 

275 

150 
100 

1,000 
650 

1,050 

435 
225 
3,905 
635 
120 



250 
100 
200 



400 
200 
680 

100 

iso 



50 

ioo 



45,800 
75 



450 



75 
700 
100 
200 
100 

250 



285 
'266 



70,500 



80 
435 



400 



850 



630 

525 

200 
250 
100 
220 



l,5S0 

90 

225 

140 

400 



360 

200 

100 

. 200 

30 
860 
100 
300 

40 

1,175 

30 

330 

120 

300 

11,580 

6 655 

925 

55,000 

150 

100 
1,250 

600 

1,050 

30 

75 

1,900 

380 

540 

450 

300 

1,000 

200 

10 

140 

175 
3,500 

900 

90 

1,100 

150 

29,500 

200 

SO 

380 

500 
40 
240 
160 
180 

360 



1,000 
300 
450 

160 

175 

2,505 

135 



165 
20 
ISO 

250 
450 
550 
210 
ISO 

225 
400 
120 
240 
160 

50 
560 

80 
400 
275 

150 
100 



39,52$ 

2.11 
15.43 

4.32 
18.05 



5.40 
18.00 

5.70 
16.72 

2.99 

20.21 

4.50 

9.75 

.94 

17.63 
.50 
6.27 
2.40 
6.60 

201.17 

99.82 

17.58 

2,545.83 

7.32 

4.22 

39.87 

11.69 

35. 25 

.45 

3.82 
68.90 

8.64 
13.32 
11.55 

17.88 
21.00 

6.50 
.21 

2.52 

14.17 
82.25 
35.74 
2.20 
24.30 

2.70 

2,583.75 

6.50 

4.23 

26.49 

16.26 
1.06 
4.80 
3.20 

11.60 

7.20 



350 
600 

275 

50 

1,400 

500 

120 



4.37 

.33 

3.52 

10.00 

10.58 

4S.S 

4.20 

4.21 

5.62 
10.40 

2.'i0 
17.40 
13.71 

7.50 

16.20 

3.60 

13.02 
5.77 

3.15 
2.00 
32.50 
10.92 
6.80 

8.48 

4.06 

66.38 

11.43 

2 



—130- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



lama of Taxpajer 



AddreGB 



5o.iif 
Lots 



General Fropertj issessments in 1910 



On Lots 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Issessment 



Single Tai 
Exemptions 
1910 Would 
Eava Been 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Wonld 
Have Been 



Aotnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Talforl91ff 

Under Singlo 

Tax Tonid 

Eaya Bees 



Palmer, Mary E 

Palmer, Sarah E 

Palmer, O. A. & L. S.. 

Palethorpe, Mabel 

Paque, Peter 



Paquet, Jos 

Parker, Sarah C. & E.. 

Parker, Sarah C 

Parker, Geo. M 

Parker, Asa F 



Parker, Carrie H 

Parker, C. J 

Parry, Geo. T. & Delia. 

Parman, G. G 

Parrish, L. G 



Parrish, Loren C. 
Parrish, Loren C. 
Parrish, Loren C. 

Parrish, L. C 

Parrish, Geo. L.. . 



Parrish, Geo. L 

Parrish, Geo. L 

Parrish, Sarah J 

Parrish, L. M.-L. C. & G. L. 
Parrish, L. M.-L. C. & G. L. 



Pairish, C. W. & Alta 

Paxdiua, Annie 

Parmenter, Lewis 

Parmenter, Edward & Mary 
Patten, J. S 



Patton, Robt 

Fatten, Bobt 

Patten, Robt 

Patton, Robt 

Patton, Robt. (Heirs) . 



Patterson, Fred W. & Qara 

Patterson, Geo. A 

Patterson, H. L 

Patterson, Alice 

Patterson, Rebecca Ellen. , . 



Pattnllo, A. S 

Pattullo, A. S. & M. G.. 

Pauling, Belle 

Pauling, Ghas. H 

Perrott, J. B 



Perry, L. A 

Petet, C. J. & R.. 
Petit, Frank P.. . 
Peters & Aden. . . 
Peters, Meint 



Peters, Celia M.. 

Peters, Flora 

Peters, E. K 

Pazton, Geo. L.. 
Pease, Allison. . . 



Pearcy, J. N 

Pearcy, J. N 

Pearcy, J. K 

Pearson, Samuel. . . 
Pearson, Samuel. . . 



Peckever, Elizabeth. , 

Peckover, Henry 

Pederson, Adolph. . . . 
Pena.v, J. R. & P. A.. 
Penny, Joe 



Peneon, W 

Penman, David 

Fennock, Anna M... 

Perret, Henry A 

Pfenninger, Carlein. 



Petzold, B. R 

Peterson, Mary 

Peterson, Hannah J. 

Peterson, John A 

Peterson, Conrad . . . , 



Peterson, Julian. . 
Peterson, John P.. 
Peterson, Bengta. 
Pettinger, B. E.. . 
Pfister, B. P 



Pfeiminger, Carlein.. . 

Phelps,H. S. C 

Phelps, Halsey 

Philp, Walter L 

Phillips, Sophia E.... 



Maywood 

Hyde Park 

Palmer's Add. to B. Jot. Tot 

Milwaukie Heights , 

Minthom 



Canemah. . . 
Windsor, . . . 

Windsor 

Oak Grove. 
Gladstone.. 



Gladstone 

Oregon City 

Weslyn 

Oregon City 

So, Oswego; I-I6 int. in.. 

So. Oswego; 2-16 int. in.. 
So. Oswego; 2-16 int. in.. 

Oswego 

So. Oswego; 2-16 int. in.. 
So. Oswego; 1-16 int. in. 



Oswego; 1-16 int. in 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Oswego; I-I6 int. each in. 
Oswego; 1-16 int. each in. 



W. Gladstone.. 

Minthom 

Nob Hill 

Nob Hill 

Pompeii 



Oswego; 4-16 int. in., 
Oswego; 4-16 int. in.. 
Oswego; 4-16 int. in. 

Oswego 

Oswego; 4-16 int. in. 



Marshfield 

Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Estacada . . . . 



Oswego 

Finavon 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Oregon City 

Willamette Tracts.. 

Windsor 

Windsor 

Wilsonville 

Willamette Falls... 



Logan Tract... 
Hyde Park.... 
W. Gladstone.. 

Park Place 

Oregon City. . . 



Oswego; 4-16 int. in. 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Minthorn 

Minthom 



Oregon City 

Gladstone 

Barlow 

Willamette Park. 
Minthom 



Milwaukie Park. . . . , 

New Era 

Clackamas Heights. 

Sandy 

Oak Grove 



Oregon City. 

Windsor 

Oregon City. 
Milwaukie... . 
Hyde Park.. 



Causey's Sub. Tract. No. I. 

Carlsborg Tracts 

Barlow 

Oswego 

Canby 



Oak Grove 

South Oregon City, No. I . 
South Oregon City No. 1.. 

Fielding Tract 

Oregon City 



I 

2 
105 

S 

I 
1 
46 
8 
1 

I 
43 

47 



8 
3 
10 
II 
2 

I 
I 

8 

205 

10 

I 
I 

2 
I 

2 

65 

51 

I 

3 

8 

2 
2 
6 
9 
3 

I 

8 
3 
I 

2 

12 

263 

1 

2 

7 

2 
2 
I 
I 
2 

I 
I 
6 

2 
6 



600 


$ * $ 


16(1 


>t: 


2,200 


275 


4(1 


* 


120 


435 


150 


« 


.S(! 


330 


IOC 


* 


1,70(1 


300 


125 


* 


125 


400 


2O0 


330 


l,30C 


* 


l,80« 


* 


240 


* 


60 


* 


30« 


* 


1,840 


* 


240 




60 


* 


300 


* 


1,690 


* 


1,510 




300 




300 


* 


690 


475 


55 


* 


5(1 


* 


55 


* 


40 


* 


300 


* 


30< 


* 


24C 


* 


7,75( 


* 


600 


* 


35 


* 


125 


* 


90< 


6O0 


50( 


250 


100 


400 


1,870 


* 


6 761 


I5C 


125 


* 


325 


315 


360 


ISO 


27S 


85 


I0( 


I5C 


281 


195 


32( 


30C 


225 


* 


600 


475 


8( 


* 


24( 


20C 


6( 


* 


800 


1.000 


1,200 


* 


10,645 


* 


25( 




4r 


100 


140 


« 


ion 


250 


225 


* 


I6( 


225 


275 


* 


30 


* 


40 


* 


4( 


30 


2I( 


* 


8( 


IOC 


440 


* 


650 


1,400 


4( 


* 


70( 


100 


95 


25 


80 


* 


1 175 


* 


2,04( 


2,035 


35 


40 


85( 


700 


335 


700 


605 


* 


6( 


* 


6( 


« 


94( 


* 


715 


385 



6009 

160. 

2,475 

40 

555 

150 
380 
100 
2,000 
125 

525 

530 

1,300 

1,800 

240 

60 

300 

1,840 

240 

60 

300 

1,690 

1,510 

300 

300 

1,165 
55 
50 
55 
40 

300 
300 
240 

7,750 
600 

35 

125 

1,500 

750 

500 

1,870 

6,910 

125 

640 

510 

360 
250 
475 
620 
225 

1,075 

80 

440 

60 

1,800 

1,200 

10,645 

250 

140 

140 

350 

225 

385 

275 

30 

40 

70 

210 

180 

440 

2,050 

40 

800 

120 

80 

1,175 
4,075 
75 
1,550 
1,035 

605 
60 
«0 

940 
1.100 



275 



435 



330 
300 



400 
330 



475 



600 
250 
400 



150 



315 
150 

85 
150 
195 
300 



475 



200 
I'OOO 



100 



250 

'22s 



30 



100 



1,400 



100 

25 



2,035 

40 

700 

700 



385 



600$ 

160 

2,200 

40 

120 

150 
50 

too 

1,700 
125 

125 

200 

1,300 

1,800 

240 

60 

300 

1,840 

240 

60 

300 

1,690 

1,510 

300 

300 

690 
55 
50 
55 
40 

300 
300 
240 
7,750 
600 

35 
125 
900 
500 
100 

1,870 

6,760 

125 

325 

360 

275 
100 
280 
.320 
225 

600 
80 

240 
60 

800 

1,200 

10,645 

250 

40 

140 

100 
225 
160 
275 
30 

40 
40 

210 
80 

440 

650 
40 

700 
95 
80 

1,175 

2,040 

35 

850 

335 

605 

60 

60 

940 

715 



10.08$ 

3.20 

42. OP 

.94 

14.71 

2.70 
6.84 
1.80 
42.00 
2.50 

10.49 
17.22 
47.45 
45.00 
4.56 

1.14 
5.70 
34.96 
4.56 
1.14 

5.70 

32.1 

28.69 

5.70 

5.70 

23.30 

1.46 

1.20 

1.32 

.66 

5.70 
5.70 
4.56 
137.25 
11.40 

.81 

4.06 

48.75 

24.38 

15.00 

40.08 

252.21 

3.24 

16.64 

12.75 

7.01 
4.50 
8.55 
9.30 
4.38 

17.19 
1.60 
8.80 
1.50 

58.50 

22.80 

202.25 

4.75 

3.7 

3.71 

8.75 
4.51 
6.36 
6.33 
.79 

.94 
1.05 

5.25 
5.40 
9.24 

66.62 
.72 

26.00 
3.18 
1.60 

29.97 
86.74 
1.24 
29.47 
26.89 

12.70 
1.14 
1.14 

17.86 

35.75 



15.16 

4.72 

56.94 

1.41 

5.48 

3.99 
1.61 
3.22 
54.83 
3.69 

3.69 
13.17 
61. 8S 
67.61 

6.86 

1.71 

8.57 

52.59 

6.86 

1.71 

8.57 

48.32 

43.77 

8.57 

8.57 

20.36 
2.52 
1.93 
2.\S 
l.00> 

8.57 

8.57 

6.86 

201. 4S 

17.14 

1.18 

8.23 

59.26 

32.92 

6.90 

64.46 

321.66 

5.70 

14.80 

13.52 

10.69 

3.22 
9.02 

7.42 
8.75 

14.67 
2.36 
7.08 
2.25 

52.67 

34.28 

304.20 

7.14 

1.83 

6.40 

3.76 
6.64 
4.03 
9.25 
1.37 

1.41 

.93 
7.89 
3.82 
14.19 

42.80 
1.29 

46.09 
4.34 
2.36 

44.24 
64.42 
.88 
24.30 
15.76 

19.50 

1.79 

1.79 

26.87 

47.08 



—131— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Huns of Taipa/ar 



Address 



Ho. of 
Lots 



General Propertj issessments in 1910 



On Lots 



BuildlDgs & 
Persooal 
Property 



Total 
issessmeat 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 ¥ottld 
Have Beea 



Single Tax 



1910 Tonld 
Hare Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



PhiUips, M. D 

PhiUips, J. W 

Phillips, J. W. & M. A... 
Phillips, Henry & M. M.. 
Philport, Catherine 



Phillipin, Frederici... 

Pick, CO 

Pierce, Hattie E 

Pierce, Jennie C 

Pierce, J. C. & B. G.. 



Pierce, Mabel H 

Pilsbury, J. G 

Pilsbury. M. S 

Pilkinjjtpn, J. B.... 
Piper, Fred., 



Piper, Fred . . . 
Pittman, M. J.. 
Piatt, M. & S.. 
Flatts, Lewis., 
Platts, Ely.... 



Plankington, May Mrs.. 

Pluard, Ambrose 

Pliunmer, W.J 

Polly, M. M 

Policy, Maria M. Mrs... 



Pollan, J. C 

Pollock, Everett. 

Pollock, Milo 

Pomeroy, H. H.. 
Poole, J. W 



Poole, A. T 

Poorman, W. M 

Pope, Sarah 

Pope, C. W. (Heirs) . . 
Pope W. H. &T. A.. 



Porter, L. L 

Porter, Fannie G. & Kate., 
Porter, Fannie G. & Kate. 

Porter, R. W. & A. W 

Portland Seed Co 



Portland'Trust Co 

Portland, Flouring Mills Co . 
Portland Ry. L. & P. Co.. . . 

Potter, John W 

Potter, Mary E 



Potter, Alexander 

Powell, Chas 

Powell, W.H 

Powell, Angle 

Powers, Chas. F. & H. C. 

Preston, Nannie 

Prenshoff, Edmond 

Prenshcff, Frank J 

Pren=choff, Mary 

Presbyterian Church 



Price, R. D. Mrs 

Privatt, Chas. T. & Emma. 

Prindle, M. F 

Prindle, Isaac 

Priester, Chas.-A. F. & C. , 



Priestley, S. C 

P. R. L. & P. Co.. 
P. R. L. & P. Co.. 
P. R. L. & P. Co.. 
P. R. L. & P. Co.. 



P. R. L. & P. C»,. 
P. R. L. & P. Co.. 
P. R. L. & P. Co., 

Prosser, Dena 

Prosser, Geo 



Prosser, G. W 

Prosser, Sylver E., 

Prosser, S. E 

Proctor, W. A 

Proctor, W. A 



Prufer Chas 

P. R. L. &P. Co 

P. R. L. &P. Co 

P. R. L. &P. Co 

Prudhomme, Fred W.. 



Purse, Frank L. . . 
Purcell, Daniel H.. 
Purcell, Amy E... 
Purcell, Mary M.. . 
Pursifull. Louise . , 



Oregon City 

Minthorn 

Minthorn 

Milwaukie Park. 
Minthorn 



Oak Grove. ., 

Minthorn 

Pompeii 

Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



Jennings Lodge. 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Rosewood 

Milwaukie. 



Minthorn 

Pleasant Little Homes No. I 



Willamette Tracts.. 



Brickley Tract 

Clackamas Heights. 

Ganemah 

Minthorn 

Minthorn 



Oregon City 

Silver Springs Addition. . . 
Silver Springs Addition. . . 

Jennings Lodge 

Minthorn 



Minthorn 

Pleasant Little Homes No. 1 . 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Windsor 

Bolton 

Oregon City 

Gladstone 

Jennings Lodge. 



Oak Park.... 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City . 
Estacada . . . 
Oregon City. 



Estacada 

Park Place 

W. Gladstone... 

Molalla 

Concord Tract. 



Willamette Tracts... . 

Park Place 

Park Place 

Park Place 

Oregon City; exempt. 



Oregon City. 
Maywood . . . . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



Pleasant Little Homes No. 

Boring Junction 

Canemah 

Estacada 

Coolridge Homo Tracts. . , . 



linn City 

Milwaukie 

Milwaukie Heights. 

Oswego 

Pompeii 



Oswego 

Oswego 

Oswego ._ 

Boring Junction Tract. 
Sandy 



Clackamas Riverside 

Oregon City 

Green Point; a portion assesse 

Park Place 

Gladstone Park 



Cable Acres. . 
Park Place. , . 
Park Place. .. 
Park Place. . . 
Buena Vista, 



500$ 
40 
80 

360 
40 

SO 
30 
20 
600 
100 

500 

2,000 

800 

940 

90 

275 
30 

125 
75 

815 

200 
100 

80 
390 

80 

750 
300 
300 
600 
75 

2,010 
75 
1,200 
4,200 
1,750 

520 
140 
800 
240 
1,500 

800 

34,500 

20,000 

SO 

1,450 

SO 
100 

70 
100 

825 

I. SO 

120 
125 
225 



190 
1,000 
250 
250 
100 

30 

Assessed b 
750 
1,600 
200 

Assessed b 
2,200 
540 
150 
20 

700 
100 
500 
100 
155 

350 

Assessed h 
Right of 
950 
90 

900 
420 
120 
360 

sol 

-132— 



165 



250 
400 



SO 
SO 



300 

50 

175 
50 
45 



200 

75 



3,000 
800 



200 



700 
500 



600 

21,600 

1,000 

* 

300 



300 
150 



27S 



500 

40 

245 

360 

40 

50 

30 

20 

600 

350 

900 

2,000 

850 

990 

90 

275 
30 

425 

7S 

865 

375 
ISO 
125 
390 
80 

950 
300 
375 
600 

75 

2,010 
75 
1,200 
7,200 
2,550 

720 
140 

1,500 
740 

1,500 

1,400 

56.100 

21,000 

SO 

1,750 

SO 
100 

70 
400 
975 

ISO 
120 
125 
500 



300 



300 
250 



y State Ta 

100 

2,000 



y State Ta 
10,000 



130 

375 

300 
200 
175 

50 

V State Ta 
Way 

115 

300 



330 
70 



490 
1,000 
2S0 
550 
350 

30 

X Commis 
850 
13,600 
200 

X Commis 
12,200 
540 
ISO 
ISO 



1,075 
100 
800 
300 
330 

400 

X Commis 



950 
205 

1,200 
420 
120 
690 
120 



165 



250 
400 



SO 
50 



300 

"so 

I7S 

so 

45 



200 

"75 



3,000 
800 



200 



700 
500 



600 

21.600 

1,000 



300 



300 
ISO 



275 



300 



300 
250 



100 
12.000 



10,000 



20 

375 



300 
200 
175 

SO 



30O 



330 

70l 



500$ 
40 
80 

360 
40 

50 

30 

20 

600 

100 

500 

2,000 

800 

940 

90 

275 
30 

125 
75 

815 

200 
100 

80 
390 

80 

750 
300 
300 
600 
7S 

2,010 
75 
1,200 
4,200 
1,750 

520 
140 
800 
240 
1,500 

800 

34,500 

20,000 

SO 

1,450 

SO 
100 

70 
100 

825 

ISO 
120 
125 

22S 



190 
1,000 
250 
250 
100 

30 



750 

1,600 

200 



2,200 
540 
ISO 
I3U 

700 
100 
500 
100 
155 

350 



9S0 
90 

900 
420 
120 
360 
SO 



16.25$ 
1.06 
6.49 
9.54 
1.06 



.05 
.80 



.34 
19.50 
11.38 

15.12 
65.00 
27.63 
16.33 
2.39 

7.28 

.76 

11.06 

1.45 
22.48 

13.69 

3.75 
2.25 
9.29 
1.88 

30.87 
4.80 
6.00 

10.08 

2.74 

73.37 

1.91 

39.00 

234.00 

82.87 

12.96 

2.52 
48.74 
14.80 
25.20 

28.40 

1,790.75 

682.50 

1.50 

56. £7 

I. SO 
1.80 
1.40 
8.40 
14.63 

2.92 
3.00 
3.13 
12.49 



15.93 
16.80 
8.12 
17.88 
11.37 

.77 



15.30 

408.00 

3.40 



323.30 
12.69 
3.90 
2.49 

20.43 
1.90 

15.20 
5.10 

7.28 

9.20 



17.10 
4.10 

28.20 
10.50 

3.00 
17.25 

3.901 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Runs of Taipiyar 



Puylaert, Peter. 
Quant, I)ora . . . , 
^uinn, Mary E.. 
■Quinn, Mary E.. 
Qumn, Mary E.. 



Raber, Peter & Clara K.. 
Raber, M. & Elizabeth . . 

Raber, CM 

Rains, W. A 

Rains, C. H 



Kakel, Dora 

Rakel, Geo. D. & Stella.. 

Bakel, August 

Rail, Wm 

Ball, Wm... 



Ball, Nora E 

Ramsby, P. M 

Kamsby, vS. M 

llamsby, F. & C. E.. 
Rambo, E 



Rambo, E. M.... 
Rands, Ernest... 
Rands, Ernest... 

Rands, J. C 

Rands, Jane C... 



Rands, Clara V.. . . 

Rankin, Ella 

Randall, Geo 

Randall. Geo 

Randall, Gilbert S.. 



Randall, Tom P.. , 

RandaU, T.P 

Randall, Mary A.. 
Randall, Mary A.. 
Randolph, Sarah. 



Rasmussen, Jem)e 

Rasmussen, Lydia 

Rasmussen, L. F 

Rasmussen, Helen M 

Rasmussen, Louis 



Rauch, W. J 

Rauoh, W. J 

Rauch, Mary Ann. . 
Rauch, Mary Ann.. 
Rauch, Margaret J.. 



Ray, J. B 

Ray, J.W 

Ray, Walter L 

Raynor, Stanley & E.. 
Rayner, Emma O 



Raymond, W. W 

Reed, W. A. & G. C. 

Reed, Gussie C 

Ream, Daisy 

Ream, .T. A 



Rechner, Ed. F.. 
Reddick, W. R.. 
Redfield, H. E. . 
Redmond, M. C. 
Redmond, Chas. 



Reddaway, Mary. . . 
Reddaway, Mary S. 

Reddaway, Geo 

Reddaway, Geo 

Reddaway, Jas 



Reddaway, Mary 

Reddaway, Geo. & M. 

Reed, J. W 

Reed, Jas. H 

Reed, Ellen & Ara . . . 



Reed, Lucy M 

Reed, M. Corinne. 

Reese, S. B 

Regner, Julia 

Reig, Bertha C . . . 



Reid, J. A 

Reimers, Paul 

Reimer, F. F 

Reiling, F.J 

Reiling. Chas. E 



Addresi 



Ho. of 
Lots 



Pusey , Sarah (Heirs) Barlow . _ 

Putrow, A. D Oregon Cit; 

Putnam, Frank 

Putnam, Mary 

Puylaert, Phillip 



Jity . . . . . 
Milwaukie Park. 
Milwaukie Park. 
Oswego 



Oswego 

Milwaukie. . . 
Canemah. . . . 
Oregon City. 
Rockland. . . , 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Minthorn. . . . 

Bolton 

Bolton 



Canemah . . . 
Park Place. 
Canemah. . . 
Gladstone.. 
Gladsitoue . . 



Gladstone 

Clackamas Heights. 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Weslyn 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City, 
Oregon City. 



Oregon City. 

Oswego 

Marsluield.... 
Oregon City. 
New Era.... 



Bolton 

Oregon City. 
New Era.... 
Oregon City. 
Canemah. . . . 



Oregon City. 

We.slyn 

Weslyn. 



Oregon City. ......... 

Clackamas Riverside. . 

So. Oregon City No. 1. 

Gladstone 

Oregon City 

Gladstone 

Canby 



Oswego 

Milwaukie. 
Milwaukie . 
Marshfield . 
Marshfield . 



Fruitdale 

Green Point; i int. in.. 
Green Point; i int. in.. 

Willamette Falls 

Willamette Falls 



Oregon City 

Green Point 

Estacada 

Robertson 

Jennings Lodge . 



Oregon City 

So. Oregon City No. 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. , 
Estacada. . . . 
Minthorn. . . . 
Minthorn. . . . 



Estacada 

Clackamas Fruit Lands. 

Pruneland 

Cherryville Tracts 

Hyde Park 



Estacada Heights 

Pruneland , 

Jennings Lodge 

Clackamas Fruit Lands. 
Gladstone 



Gflaenl Fropertj iflsosameats iiL 1910 



OaLob 



50$ 
1,800 

80 
ISO 
125 

275 
1,625 

600 

2,050 

20 

1,050 

400 

40 

160 

140 

350 
225 
150 
100 
115 

4O0 
140 
500 
400 
200 

I,. 100 
250 
550 
300 
350 

450 

140 

100 

1,200 

40 

320 
240 

80 
1,800 

40 

300 
ISO 
500 
100 
900 

120 
160 
50 
560 
720 

420 
100 
50 
280 
360 

2,950 
250 
250 
200 
450 

225 
250 
60 
300 
600 

75 
120 



Buildings & 
Persoul 
ProwrtT 



Total 
iBsessmont 



1,400 
3,200 

200 
120 
950 
15 
105 

50 

1,510 

1,270 

620 

20 

100 

2,105 

750 

395 

80 



300$ 
1,300 

50 



300 

1,125 

200 

190 



525 



300 
385 

450 
200 
280 
20 
ISO 

250 
40 

350 
25 

25 

850 
400 

125 
200 

600 

100 

100 

1,400 



30 
800 



45 
200 
220 
280 



70 



650 
750 



50 

30 
ISO 

700 
125 
125 
90 

485 

1,300 



1,500 

1,175 

500 

400 
200 

3,825 



400 
490 
650 



350 
400 



350$ 

3,100 

80 

200 

125 



575 
2,750 

800 
2,240 
20. 

1,575 

400 

40 

460 

525 

800 
425 
430 
120 
265 

650 
180 
850 
425 

225 

2,150 
650 
550 

425 
550 

1,050 
240 
200 

2,600 
40 

320 
240 

no 

2,600 
40 

300 
195 
700 
320 
1,180 

120 

230 

SO 

1,210 

1,470 

420 
ISO 
50 
310 
510 

3,650 
375 
375 
290 
935 

1,525 

250 

60 

300 

600 

75 

120 

1,500 

2,575 

3,700 

600 

320 

4,775 

IS 

105 

450 
2,000 
1,920 

620 
20 

100 

2,455 

750 

795 

80 



Siiglo Tax 
IxemptionB 
1910 Tonld 
Eavo Been 



300$ 
1,300 



SO 



300 

1,125 

200 

190 



525 



300 

385 

450 
200 
280 
20 
ISO 

250 
40 

350 
25 

25 

850 
400 



125 

200 

600 

100 

100 

1,400 



30 
800 



45 
200 
220 
280 



70 



650 
750 



SO 



30 
ISO 

700 
125 
125 
90 

485 

1,300 



1,500 

1,175 

500 

400 

200 

3,825 



400 
490 
650 



350 
'400 



Single Tai 
Assessment 
1910¥onld 
lare Been 



50 

1,800 

80 

ISO 

125 

275 
1,625 

600 

2,050 

20 

1,050 

400 

40 

160 

140 

350 
225 
150 
100 
lis 

400 
140 
500 
400 
200 

I, .100 
250 
550 
300 
350 

450 
I 

100 

1,200 

40 

320 
240 

80 
1,800 

40 

300 
ISO 
500 
100 
900 

120 
160 
SO 
560 
720 

420 
100 
50 
280 
360 

2,950 
250 
250 
200 
450 

225 
250 
60 
300 
600 

75 
120 



1,400 
3,200 

200 
120 
950 
IS 
105 

SO 

1,510 

1,270 

620 

20 

100 

2,105 

750 

395 

80 



ictual Tax 

?aid for 

1910 



5.77 
100.75 
1.88 
4.70 
3.26 

14.96 
72.88 
14.40 
70.02 
.30 

51.17 

13.00 

1.06 

8.28 

9.44 

5.40 
10.63 
2.24 
2.40 
5.29 

13.00 

4.50 

27.63 

31.81 

8.20 

69.88 
21. 
16.43 
13.80 

17.87 

34.13 
6.24 
4.60 

84.50 
.60 

5.76 

7.81 

1.65 

84.50 

.72 

9.7S 

7. 
25.55 
10.41 
27.14 

2.28 

4.60 

1.63 

24.20 

38.22 

10.92 
3.98 
1.33 
7.13 

11.73 

91.25 
12.20 
12.17 
5.66 
18.23 

49.57 
8.12 
1.80 
7.05 

10.08 

2.44 

2.28 

48.75 

83.7 

120.25 

19.50 

10.40 

143.25 

.4 

2.46 

13.50 

50.00 

34.56 

9.30 

.40 

3.00 
57.68 
13.60 
19.87 

I 60l 



Taxforl910 

Under Single 

Tax ¥oald 

Hare Been 



1.26 
118.51 
3.81 
5.29 
5.70 

12.52 

74.33 

15.92 

134.97 

.51 

69.14 

26.34 

1.83 

S.I5 

4. SI 

9.29 
8.4S 
3.99 
2. 95 
3.39 

11.80 

S.37 

33.92 

26.34 

9.52 

85.59 
16.46 
32. 8S 
19.74 
23.04 

29.63 
6.38 
3.37 

79.01 
.93 

10.30 
15.81 

1.85 
118.51 

1.06 

19.73 
7.14 

23.79 
6.58 

30.29 

3.58 
4.72 
3.29 
16.53 
24.97 

19.12 
4.S7 
2.29 
9.42 

12.12 

110.87 

16.46 

16.46 

7.78 

17.49 

14.82 
16.46 
4.14 
10.56 
15.61 

4.94 
3.58 



92.18 
210.68 

13.17 
7.90 

65.52 

.69 

4.80 

3.45 

56.75 

34.05 

36.38 

.59 

5.67 

74.11 

18.96 

14.85 

2.36 



—133— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Name of Taxpayer 



Address 



Ho. of 
Lots 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Lots 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Toold 
Hart Been 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Voild 
lave Been 



ietnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax ¥onId 

Hare Been 



Reinhardt, Anna J. & L. W 

Reinhardt, A. J. A 

Renner, J. D 

Renfer, E 

Renfer, Carrie 



Repass, W. C 

Reynolds, Rosa E. . . . 
Reynolds, Wright B., 

Rhodes, W. A 

Rice, Laura & W. M, 



Rice, Flora 

Rice, Maggie 

Rice, Temperance C. 

Rice, Mattie 

Rick, Chas. E 



Richie, Arthur C 

Richter, Carl 

Richards, G. R 

Richards, J. F 

Richards, Lucy K 

Richards, Carrie 

Richards, Julia 

Richardson, A. L 

Richardson, A. L 

Richardson, W. H. . . . 



Richardson, Robt 

Richardson, Alvin 

Richardson, Alvin 

Richardson, Kupemia B. 
Rickabaugh, C. F, 



Ridderbuscb, Herman. 

Riggs, Cecilia 

Rings, A. W. & C. E... 

Riggs, Charity E 

Rigler, Lena , 



Rigert, Louis 

Riley, E. F 

Rilev, E. F 

Riley, E. F 

Riley, E. F 



Riley, Ann 

Riley, Samuel 

Riner, Maggie A 

Riner, Wesley & Caroline. 
Riner, Caroline 



Rindell, E. G 

Ringnes. J 

Rinearson, Helen B. M. . . 

Rinehart, P. M. Mrs 

Rinehart, W. N. & Alice. 



Rinehart, Amanda M. 

Riope], John 

Risfey, John F 

Rialey, Chas. W 

Rissberger, John 



Rissberger, Geo 

Hitter, Mary E , 

Ritter, Joseph 

Rittenhouse, Sarah J. 
Rittenhouse, Ivan A. , 



Rittenhouse, W. A 

Rittenhouse, Clarence E. 

Rittenhouse, S. J 

Rittenhouse, S. J 

Rivers, Christina 



Rivers, I. W. & S. A 

Rivers, Mack 

Rivers, Mack 

Rivers, Wm 

Roake, John A. & Nora B. 

Roake, J. S 

Roake, Jas 

Roake, S. E 

Roake, Johanna 

Roadman, Eloise 



Roberts, S. A., E. G. & M. G 

Roberts, Margaret L 

Roberts, R. R. & Essie 

Roberts, Eugene 

Roberts, Eugene 



Roberts, W. B 

Roberts, W. B., Mrs. 

Roberts, Sarah 

Roberts, Edwin 

Roberts, Edward G . . 



Silver Springs Add . 

Oak Grove 

Oregon City 

Logan Tract 

Logan Tract 



Windsor . . . . 
Marshfield . . 
Marshfield. . 
Estacada. . . 
Oak Grove. 



So. Oregon City No. 1 . 

Minthorn 

Jennings Lodge 

Jennings Tjodge 

Oak Grove 



Friends' Oregon Colony 

Oak Grove 

Green Point 

Minthorn 

Pleasant Little Homes No. 3: 



OregoQ City. 
Oregon City. 
Gladstone. 



Oregon City 

Pleasant HUl Park. 

Pleasant Hill Park., 

Park Place 

Oregon City 

Oak Grove 

Willamette Falls... 



Sandy 

Clackamas Heights 

Canby 

Canby 

Oregon City 



Estacada. . . . 
Minthorn . . . , 
Minthorn. . . . 
Oregon City. 
Park Place.. 



Oregon City 

Milwaukie 

Finavon 

Will'tte & Tualatin Tract. 
Willamette Tracts 



Milwaukie Park. 

Canby 

Milwaukie Park. 

Oregon City 

Oak Grove 



Milwaukie 

Milwaukie Park. 

Arista 

Concord Tracts . . 
Oregon City 



Oregon City 

Concord Tracts. . . . 
Clackamas Heights 

Park Place 

Park Place 



Park Place 

Clackamas Heights. 
Clackamas Heights. 
Clackamas Heights. 
Oregon City 



Willamette Tract. 

Howarden 

Oregon City 

Gladstone 

Oregon City 



Weslyn 

Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Gladstone .. . 
Gladstone... 



Oregon City 

Minthorn 

Willamette Tracts. 

Oregon City 

WUlamette Fails... 



Park Place.. 
Park Place. . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



1,160$ 

300 
1,100 
5,000 
2,200 

640 
145 
300 
45 
240 

80 
40 
300 
ISO 
SO 

130 
1,550 

75 

225 

30 

200 

900 

80 

3,700 

900 

700 
240 
50 
250 
250 

75 
125 
100 
420 
500 

140 

1,000 

58S 

50 

60 

490 
ISO 
300 

75 
75 

40 
240 
100 
325 
400 

225 

215 

1,720 

12,785 

350 

300 

460 

35 

SO 

ISO 

100 
35 
70 
35 
60 



200 
280 
200 
90 
850 

400 
1,850 
800 
200 
320 

500 
90 
ISO 
500 
200 

60 

180 

100 

1 ,275 

6.i;0 



100$ 
1,150 



80 

285 

10 



ISO 
400 



465 

75 



SO 
800 



ISO 
IIS 

75 

25 

40 
160 
250 
100 



275 
300 



250 



200 
600 



100 
20 



400 
300 



450 
50 



265 
ISO 



250 



SO 
250 
160 

50 
200 

200 
600 
650 

30 

250 
350 
200 
ISO 



SO 



1,260$ 
,?00.. 
2,250 
S.OOO . . 
2,200 . . 



640 

225 

58S 

S5 

240 

80 

40 

450 

SSO 

SO 

130 

2,015 

ISO 

225 
30 

250 

1,700 

80 

3,700 

1,050 

815 
240 
125 
250 

275 

IIS 

285 
350 
S20 
500 



100$ 



525 
1,000 

325 

235 

1,720 

13,185 

6S0 

750 
510 

35 
315 
300 

100 
35 

320 
35 
60 

250 
530 
360 
140 
1,050 

600 

2,450 

1,450 

200 

350 

750 
440 
350 
650 
200 

110 

180 

100 

1,275 



1,150 



80 

285 

10 



150 
400 



465 

7S 



SO 
800 



ISO 
IIS 

■'75 

"2S 

40 
160 
250 
100 



140 




000 




sss 




so 




60 




765 
450 
,300 


275 
300 


7S 




325 
40 


250 


740 




100 





200 
600 



too 

20 



400 
300 



4S0 
SO 



265 
ISO 



250 



SO 
250 
160 

SO 
200 

200 
600 
650 



30 

250 
350 
200 
ISO 



SO 



1,160$ 

3001 
1,100 
5,000 
2,200 

640 
145 
300 
45 
240 

80 
40 
300 
ISO 
50 

130 

1,550 

75 

225 

30 

200 

900 

80 

3,700 

900 

700 
240 
50 
250 
250 

75 
125 
100 
420 
500 

140 

1,000 

585 

SO 

60 

490 
ISO 
300 

75 
75 



240 
100 
325 
400 

225 

215 

1,720 

12,785 

350 

300 

460 

35 

50 

ISO 

100 
35 
70 
3S 
60 

200 
280 
200 
90 
850 

400 
1,850 
800 
200 
320 

500 
90 
ISO 
500 
200 

60 
180 
100 

1,275 
650 



23.23$ 

5.25 

73.12 

182.50 

80.30 

11.52 
5.17 

12.65 
1.65 
5.04 

1.52 
1.06 
7.56 
9.24 
1.05 

3.12 

42.31 

4.86 

5.27 
.77 

8.12 

55.25 

1.60 

120.25 

15.75 

12.22 
6.00 
3.13 
S.2S 
5.36 

3.44 
7.12 
9.10 
13.52 
16.25 

4.20 

23.50 

14.21 

1.62 

I. SO 

23.23 

11.92 

10.93 

1.46 

6. 35 

.94 

6.24 

2.35 

17.06 

21.00 

8.62 

5.52 

25.79 

197.78 

21.12 

24.38 

7.66 

.88 



4.88 
13.25 
9.00 
2.80 
34.12 

21.90 

79.62 

47.1 

4.00 

7.00 

24.38 
11.66 

6.83 
21.13 

3.90 



41.42 
21 13I 



—134- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



luaa of Taipiyar 



^ddrosB 



Ko. of 
Lots 



fioneral fropertj Assessments in 1910 



On Lot! 



Buildings k 
Personal 
fro ptrty 



Total 
issessment 



Singli Tai 
Exemptions 
1910 Tould 
Have Been 



Roberts, Wm. E 

Roberts, Samuel M. 

Roberts, Julia 

Robnett, Mary. 



Robbius, L. W 

Eobbins, R. W 

Robbins, Everiuan. 
Robinson, Laura . . . 
Robinson, Mary J. , 



Robinson, Stella J 

Robinson, J. B 

Robinson, Wm. H 

RobinSon, J. McPh. & R. J. 
Robinson, Clotilde 



Robinson, John V 

Robertson, Andrew 

Rockwood, Ellen M 

Rockwood, G. A. fHeirs). 
Rockwood, Kllen M 



Rockwell, H. B. & May , 

Roddy, Mary E 

Roe, Laura E 

Roethe, Edward E 

Roethe, Edward E 



Rogers, G. S . . . 
Roeder, G. S... 
Roeder, Geo. S. 
Rogers, W. S... 
RoEde, Fred. . . 



Roll, K. L. & Iva F. 
Roley, Jas. & N. J... 

Rollins, Chas. M 

Hondau, C 

Roos. Philip (Heirs) . 



Roots, J. W 

Roots, J. W 

Ross, W. H 

Ross, E.J 

Ross, W. A 



Ross, Carrie L 

Ross, Carrie L 

Ross. Higgins <fe Co. 

Ross, Chas. A 

Ross., J. W. & B.... 



Ross, Wm. B 

Ross, Lulu B. . . 
Rose, Josephine - 
Rose, Wm. M. . . 
Rose, Grace A 



Rose, Belle J. A 

Rose, Edward L 

RoBsiter, A. J, & S. 
Rosentreter, Gus . . . 
Rosenburg, Wm.. . . 



Rosenstein, Mary E. 
Rosencrans, E.G.. . . 
Rosencrans, C* H . . . 

Roth, Alice M 

Roth, Chas. J 



Roth, Francesca 

Roth, Francesca 

Roth, John (Heirs) 

Rothe, Marie 

Rotter, Frank & Anoie. 



Rotermund, C. L. & Annie., 

■ Roubolt, Agnes 

Rowan, F. & E 

Rowley, Mary A. (Heirs) — 
Rowland, L. L 



Ruby, Sam 

Ruconich, Lena 

Runyan, Albert A. 

Rupp, Anton 

Rupp, Justina 



Rupert, M. I 

Rupert, M. I 

Russell, Annie E. 

Russell, E. J 

Russell, Fred 



Robbins, Wm Sandy 



Milwaukie Heights. , 
Jennings Lodge . . . . 
Clackamas Heights. 
Oak Grove 



Molalla 

Park Place. 

Molalla 

Windsor. . . . 
Oswego 



Oregon City 

Minthorn 

Mai-shfield 

Gladstone 

Atkinson Tracts. 



Oregon City 

Oregon City 

RocKwood Acres. 

Oregon (^ity 

Ardenwald 



Gladstone 

Willamette Falls. . 
Boring Jet. Tract. 
Covell 

Willamette Falls.. 



Willamette & Tualatin Tract 

Oak Grove 

Oak Grove 

Oswego Heights 

Oregon City 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Oregon City. 



Boring Junction Tracts. 

Marshheld 

Minthorn 

Milwaukie 

Willamette Falls 



May wood 

Robertson 

Pleasant Little Homes No. 3 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Jennings Lodge , . . . 

Idlewilde 

Oregon City Annex, 
Jennings Lodge . . . . 
Gladstone 



Gladstone . , 
Gladstone.. 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Marshfield . 



Oregon City. 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Canby 

Pruneland. . . 



Canby 

Pnmeland . . . 
Pruneland . . . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



Buckman Tracts. 

Minthorn 

Oregon City 

Oak Grove 

Minthorn 



Estacada 

Oregon City 

Willamette Tracts.. 
Clackamas Heights. 
Clackamas Heights. 



Oak Grove. 

Risley 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Oswego 



Russell, G. E Oswego 

•Russell, R. L W. Gladstone. . . 

Russell, H.. L Oregon City 

Russell, Alice L lOregon City. . . . . 

Russell, A. F. . . Jennmgs Lodge . 



8 
1 
I 

2 
1 
2 
2 
4 

I 
16 
4 
2 
I 

6 

4 

24 

2 

211 

2 
1 
I 
I 
3 

1 

2 

2 



120$ 
300 
24S 
400 
30 

260 
SO 
ISO 
100 
600 

300 
240 
140 
200 
1,000 

380 

4S0 

7,350 

SOO 

22,110 

240 
200 
7S 
ISO 
375 

SO 

800 

735 

300 

1,150 

100 
ISO 
390 
165 
10,000 

11,895 

2,370 

15 

ISO 

250 

1,340 

175 

30 

100 

350 

1,000 
20 
20 

1,000 
80 

80 

80 

400 

400 

60 

450 
425 
280 
105 
675 

105 
920 
250 
100 
ISO 

125 
10 
300 
3S0 
225 

325 
1,275 
350 
37S 
190 

3,050 
600 
125 
125 
250 

325 
40 

100 
40 
SO 



100 

70 

400 

17S 

320 

* 

1,610 
50 



ISO 



275 
400 
325 

350 

125 
ISO 
25 
50 
75 

140 



500 

200 
100 
305 

1,350 

1,300 
140 



250 

350 
200 

215 



600 

465 

40 

250 
200 
ISO 



850 



100 
300 



250 
75 



SOO 
305 
265 



400 

155 

350 

50 



25 
80 
155 



120$. 

400 

315 

800 

205 

580 

SO 

1,760 

150 

600 



300 
240 
290 
200 
1,000 

655 

850 

7,675 

500 

22,460 

365 
350 
100 
200 
450 

190 
800 
725 
300 
1,650 

300 
250 
695 
163 
11,350 

13,195 

2,510 

IS 

ISO 

730 

1,340 

425 

30 

100 

700 

1,200 
20 
20 

1,215 
80 

80 

80 

1,000 

865 

100 

700 
625 
430 
105 
675 

105 
1,770 
250 
20u 
450 

125 
10 

550 
425 

225 

325 
1,775 
655 
640 
190 

3,450 
755 
475 
175 
250 

350 

120 

255 

40 

SO 



100 

70 

400 

175 

320 



1,610 
50 



150 



275 
400 
325 



350 

125 
150 
25 
50 

75 



500 

200 
100 
305 



,350 



,300 
140 



250 



350 
200 

iis 



600 

465 

40 

250 
200 
ISO 



850 



100 
300 



250 
75 



500 
305 
265 



400 

155 

350 

50 



Single Tai 



1910 Would 
Have Been 



iotnal Tat 

Paid for 

1910 



1201 
300 
245 
400 
30 

260 
SO 
150 
100 
600 

300 
240 
140 
200 
1,000 

380 

450 

7,350 

500 

22,110 

240 
200 
75 
ISO 
375 

50 

800 

725 

300 

1,150 

100 
150 
390 
165 
10,000 

11,895 

2,370 

15 

150 

250 

1,340 

175 

30 

100 

350 

1,000 
20 
20 

1,000 
80 

80 

80 

400 

400 

60 

450 
425 
280 
105 
675 

105 
920 
250 
100 
ISO 

125 
10 
300 
350 
225 

325 
1,275 
330 
375 
190 

3,050 
600 
125 
125 
250 

325 
40 

100 
40 
SO 



2.82 
6,72 
7,88 
16,80 
5.16 

12.18 
1.25 

36.96 
2,69 

15,60 

9,75 
5,63 
6,67 
4.00 
25.01 

16.74 
27.63 

135.47 
16.24 

359.36 

7.29 
6.84 
1.70 
3.00 

8.78 

3.70 
16.80 
15.22 

S.70 
53.63 

9.75 

8.12 

18,08 

4,28 

368,88 

224.33 

53.73 

.35 

3.97 

14.23 

22.51 

9.98 

.76 

3.25 

22.07 

20.16 

.33 

.42 

20,42 

1,60 

1.60 

1.60 

26.00 

22.49 

2.30 

22.75 
16.26 
11.18 
2.73 
12.16 

2.72 
31.86 
4.50 
6.50 
14.63 

4.07 
,24 
17.87 
8.93 
5.29 

9.74 
57.69 
13,00 
16,01 

4.75 

72.45 
12.25 
12.36 
4.54 
6.50 

8.46 
2.40 
8.27 
1.00 

.84 



$ 



Tai for 1910 

Under Single 

Tai Tonid 

Have Been 



-135— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



nunc of Taxpayer 



Address 



No. of 

Lots 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On Lots 



Buildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tai 
Exemptions 
1910 Tould 
laTO Been 



ibgh Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Tonld 
Have Been 



Aetnal Tax 

Pail for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Tonli 

EaTt Been 



Russell, Ida M. . 
Rutter, Belle P. 

Ryan, T. F 

Ryan, T. F 

Ryan, T. F 



Ryan, Thos. F. 



Jennings Lodge . 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Gladstone 

Canemah 



Ryan, T. F. (Agent) 

Ryan, Inez M 

Ryan, Ellen M 

Ryder, John 



Rymal, Florence E 

Rynning, Ernest P. & A. 

Schram, John (Heirs) 

Schramm, R. A. & L. E, 
Schramm, Phillip C 



Schultz, Elma 

Schooley, W. F., Mrs. 
Schooley, W. F., Mrs. 

Sehooley, W. S 

Schooley, Sophia 



Gladstone 

Oregon City 

Gladstone 

Oak Grove 

Gladstone Park. 

Jennings Lodge . 

Estacada 

Oregon City 

Oak Grove 

Oak Grove 



Schooley, Sophia 

Schubel, Agnes A 

Schufibel, C. & A 

Schmidt, A. D 

Schmidt, J. C. & Lou. . . 

Schmidt, Wm. & Eatie. 

Schmidt, Julius C 

Schmidt, Wm. P 

SchalTer, Herman 

Scbaffer, Thekla 



Oregon City 

Gladstone 

Gladstone 

West Oregon City. 
Gladstone 



Gladstone 

Oregon City. .. 
Oregon City . . . 

Estacada 

W. Gladstone. 



Schwartz, Wm. & M 

Schwartz, Paidine 

Schram, A. H. (Trustee). 

Sampson, James F 

Samuelson, John 



Sanners, Oscar L. 

Sannes, Carl O 

Sanden, Chas. P.. 
Sanders, Henry... 
Sander, Henry.... 



Minthorn 

W.Gladstone 

Oswego 

Oregon City 

Clackamas Heights Tract . 



Sunset City. . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oak Grove . . . 
Pruneland. . . 



Sanders, Mary 

Sandy Land Co 

Sabin, Ella C 

Sage, A. H. & A. M. 
Sager, Jacob 



Canby 

Pruneland , . . 
Oregon City. 
Minthorn , . . . 
Minthorn . . . . 



Minthorn . 

Saiidy 

Wihosor . . 
Barlow. . . 

New Era., 



Bapier, Adolph 

Sajovio, Frank 

Salisbury, H. C 

Salisbury, Estella B. 
Salomon, Hattie 



Estacada . . . . 
Green Point . 
Grladstone... 
Gladstone... 
Finavon . . . . 



Salomon, Hattie 

Samson, Johanna 

Samson, Jessie 

Sandy Lodge No. 195, lOOF, 
Sandy M. E. Church 



Sarvcr B. O 

Scandinavian Evang. Church. 

Schmitt, Chas 

Schmitt, Anna C 

Schmitt, Anna E 



Milwaukie Heights. 

Oregon City 

Oak Grove 

Sandy 

Sandy; exempt 



Estacada 

Barlow; exempt. 

Barlow 

Canby 

Barlow 



Schmitt, Ignatius H. J. 

Schmidt, E. & A 

Scherzinger, John 

Schutte, A. M. C 

Schuele, Paul 



Logan Tract 

Gladstone 

Clackamas Heights . 

Estacada 

Estacada 



Schuele, Paul & Emma. 

Schwoch, Walter T 

Schock, Margaret A 

Schroeder, M. »fe A 

School Dist. No. 48 



School Dist. No. 105 . 
School Dist. No. 62 . . 
School Dist. No. 97 . . 
School Dist. No. 103. 
School Dist. No. 73. . 



Estacada 

Oregon City. 

Estacada. 

Oregon City 

Oregon City; exempt. 



School Dist. No. 64. . 
School Dist. No. 115. 
School Dist. No. 108. 
School Dist. No. 3. . . 
School Dist. No. 34.. 



School Dist. No. 86. 
Schrader, Herman. . 
Schrader, Herman . . 

Schrader, Emma 

Schramek, Anton . . . 



Willamette Falls; exempt. . 

Oregon City; exempt 

Exempt 

Oak Grove; exempt 

New Era; exempt 



Marshfield; exempt. 
Gladstone; exempt. 
Estacada; exempt. . 
Canemah; exempt. . 
Bolton; exempt. 



Canby; exempt. 

Windsor 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Windsor 



300$ 

100 

7,470 

1,720 

520 

250 
265 
605 
800 
60 

150 

50 

2,000 

250 

700 

550 
100 
100 
130 
480 

160 
450 
400 
90 
160 

120 
140 
150 
40 
350 

100 
530 
6,500 
500 
720 

70 
300 
275 
100 

45 

60 

2,125 

100 

400 

310 

50 
250 
200 
120 
300 

265 

2,750 

50 

50 



100 



60 
80 
180 

1,200 

200 

200 

400 

45 

75 
150 

50 
200 



2.70$ 
275 
5,330 
480 



60 
125 



300 
700 



550 

50 

30 

600 

50 
800 
200 
100 



225 
200 



460 

215 

* 

1,400 

* 

350 

350 
200 
250 
250 



80 
40 

200 
310 
720 



15 

420 



400 



150 



390 

10 
250 
310 
200 



100 
80 



530 

375 

12,800 

2,200 

520 

250 
32.=; 
730 
800 
60 

ISO 

SO 

2,300 

950 

700 

1,100 
100 
ISO 
160 

1,080 

210 
1,250 
600 
190 
160 

345 
340 
150 
40 
810 

315 
530 

7,900 
500 

1,070 

420 
500 
525 
35C 

4S 

6ft 

2,125 

100 

480 

350 

250 
560 
940 
120 
300 

280 

3,170 

50 

450 



230 

275 

5,330 

480 



60 
125 



300 
700 



550 



50 

30 

600 

50 
800 
200 
100 



225 
200 



460 

215 

1,466 

'is6 

350 
200 
250 
250 



80 
40 

200 
310 
720 



IS 
420 



250 



ISO 



60 

80 
570 

1,210 
450 
510 
600 

45 

75 
150 
ISO 
280 



390 

10 
250 
310 
200 



100 

80 



300$ 

100 

7,470 

1,720 

520 

250 
265 
605 
800 
60 

ISO 

SO 

2,000 

250 

700 

550 
100 
100 
130 
480 

160 
450 
400 
90 
160 

120 
140 
ISO 
40 
350 

100 
530 
6,500 
500 
720 

70 
300 
275 
100 

45 

60 

2,125 

100 

400 

310 

50 
250 
220 
120 
300 

265 

2,750 

SO 

50 



too 



60 
80 
180 

1,200 

200 

200 

400 

45 

75 
ISO 

so 

200 



100 
235 
100 
150 



425 

500 

SO 



100 
660 
600 
200 



425 

500 

50 



90$ 



8 

11.10 

409.00 

44.00 

9.36 

5.00 
12.18 
14.60 
16.80 

1.20 

2.52 

1.50 

74.75 

19.95 

14.70 

35.75 
2.00 
3.00 
3.20 

21.60 

4.20 
39.78 
19.50 
5.70 
3.20 

8.10 
6.80 
3.90 
1.00 
20.25 

5.68 
17.23 
256.75 
10.50 
19.26 

10.92 
9.00 

17.05 
9.27 
1.06 

1.59 

63.76 

1.80 

7.93 

5.25 

7.50 
18.20 
18.80 

2.40 
10.95 

6.58 

100.75 

1.05 

13.50 



7.50 



.99 
2.08 
9.40 

19.36 

9.00 

12.75 

18.00 

1.35 

2.26 
4.87 
4.50 
9.10 



100 
235 
100 

I sol 



1.80 
21.46 
19.50 

3.60 



—136— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 & 



lusa of lupajtr 



Address 



So. of 

lots 



Genenl Froportj issessmeuts uil9iO 



On Lots 



Baildiiigs& 
Personal 
froperty 



Total 



Single Tai 
Bxemptions 
1910 Vonld 
EaTo Been 



Single lai 
Assessment 
1910 Would 
Hare Been 



Actual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tai for 1910 
Under Single 

Tai ■ffould . 

Have Been 



Schreiner, Geo. & S. . . 

Schreiner, George 

Soheer, H. L & Clara. 
Swick, Clarence E. 



Barlow. 
Barlow. 
Barlow. 
Barlow. 



.1 
2 

2 

Schmeer, Emma M Pompeii 1 



Schmeller, Geo . . . 
Schmidli, Albert, 
Scbmidli, Albert, 
f^clinudlii Anna. 



Oswego 

Sunset City. 
Windsor. .. . 
Weslyn 



Schnoor, Phillip Weslyn 



Schnoor, Phillip 

Schenck, Warren R. . . 

Soherzinger, Leo 

Sohneller. Geo 

Schamper, Ferdinand. 



Sohook, John J 

Schuknecht, Herman. 

Schemer, H. J 

Schlirf, H. & A 

Schuld, E 



Sunset City, 

Oswego 

Park Place.. 

Oswego 

Oswego 



Sunset City. , 
Minthorn, . . . 
New Era...., 
Gladstone..,. 
Green Point. 



Scaltz, Barbara 

Schilling, A., Mrs. . 
Schubert, Augusta. 
Scheufler, Henry. . . 
Sohell, F. C 



Schlemaii, Wm.. ^^^ 

Schuler, J. (Heirs) 

Schoenbom, Augusta 

Schneider, Fredk. & Kath.. 
Schneider, Wm 



Schneider, Mary 

Schneider, John E 

Schneider, A. A 

Schneider, A'fred P. & K. 
Schneider, A. P 



Schoenheinz, Carl. . . 
Schoenheinz, Hugo. 

Scott, John 

Scott, E.W 

Scott, Margaret 



Scott, Richai'd (Trustee). 
Scott, Richard (Trustee) . 

Scott, Emma E 

Scott, Alexander 

Scott, W. W 



Scott, S. A 

Scotten, Frances & E. 

Scotten, Frances 

Scramlin, Laura B. . . . 
Scribner, Frank E 



Scripture, S. F 

Scroggins, S. L. . . . 

Seavey, G. A 

Seaton, Carrie L. . . 
fiearle, J. T 



Secrest & Killin 

Secrest, Susan A 

■Secrest, S. L 

■Security Savings & Trust Co 
Seiler, R. & A 



'Seibken, Chris 

■Sellwood Land & Imp. Co.. . 
SeUwood, T. R. A. & J.M. B 

■Selby, E. C. & S. B 

Selling, Babette (Heirs) 



SeUers, W. W. . . . 
■Selander, E. & J. . 
Senn, Wm. &F... 

Seol, Edward 

■Sequin, Alphonse. 



Serres, J. P. & Margaret. 

Servas, Louis 

Seveik, Jos., Jr. & V. . . . 

Seymore, Alice 

Seymour, C. W 



Seymour, C. W. 

Shaw, E. L 

Shaw, Ed. L. . . 
Shaw, Emilie C. 
Shaw, Emeline . . 



Shaw, Jas. P.. 
'Shaw, Jas. P . . 
Shaw-Fear Co. 
Shaw, W. A... 
Shaw, Elam . . . 



Green Point, 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oak Grove.., 
Hyde Park.. 



Oregon City, undiv. i int. 
Oregon City 



Oregon City 

Henneman s Acres. . . 
Oregon City, Annex. 

Oregon City Annex. . 

Canby 

Bolton 

Bolton 

Bolton 



Willamette Tracts 

Willamette Falls 

Friends' Oregon Colony. 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Lewelling Park. . . 
l,ewelling Park. . . 

Estacada 

Bolton 

Willamette Falls. 



Sunset City 

Pruneland 

Pruneland 

Canby - . . 

Safifran's Peninsula. 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Milwaukie... 

Canby 

Canemah. . . . 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 

Maywood 

Oregon City. 

Oregon City. 
Oak Grove... 
Milwaukie. . . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City . 



Morrow Glen. . 
Robertson. ... 
South Oswego . 
Oregon City. . . 
Oswego 



Clackamas Highlands. 

W. Glladstone 

New Era 

Estacada 

Estacada 



Estacada . 
Oregon City. 



Oregon City. . 
Milwaukie Heights. 
Jennings Lodge. . . . 



Milwaukie Heights 

Willamette Tracts 

Jennings Lodge. ......... 

■fenniags Lodge, H ui*. "!•• 
Wind sor 



2 

4 

330 

4 

2 



2 
2 
5 
3 

I 
2 
12 
3 
1 

2 
I 
I 

28 
4 



200$ 

400 

1,000 

950 

20 

825 
375 
300 
ISO 
150 

2S0 
20 
120 
625 
125 

125 

30 

80 

600 

400 

450 

100 

1,550 

1,000 

30 

30 
650 
770 
800 

20 

20 
120 
220 
210 
150 

775 
125 
400 
200 
550 

150 
425 
100 
120 
2S0 

200 
300 
300 
100 
1,060 

800 

1,400 

125 

75 

120 



200 

150 

1,200 

1,000 

ISO 

350 

16,110 

200 

1,900 

560 
120 
100 
250 
400 

200 
105 
380 
135 
45 

140 

75 

400 

885 

1,200 

ISO 

300 

4,650 

500 

AOl 



30 
100 
265 



450 
60 
250 
150 
300 

350 



300 
350 



250 



25 
250 



500 
50 



175 
350 



365 

550 

75 

250 

770 



380 

250 



25 
425 

* 

25 

300 
325 

* 

250 
175 

400 
600 
100 
200 
220 

500 
300 
300 

500 

200 
* 

1,750 
270 
600 

50 
200 

* 

100 

285 

1,500 
325 

* 

250 

75 

965 

400 
100 



600 



200$ 

430 

1,100 

1,215 

20 



1,275 
435 
550 
300 
450 

600 
20 
120 
925 
475 

375 

30 

80 

600 

425 

700 

100 

2,050 

1,050 

30 

30 

825 

1,120 

800 

20 

20 
485 
770 
285 
400 

1,545 
125 
400 
580 
800 

ISO 
450 
525 
120 
275 

500 
625 
300 
350 
1,235 

1,200 

2,000 

225 

275 

340 

500 

500 

450 

1,200 

1,500 

350 

350 

17,860 

470 

2,500 

610 
320 
100 
350 
685 

1,700 
430 
380 
385 
120 

1,105 

75 

800 

985 

1.200 

ISO 

300 

5,250 

500 

60 



30 
100 
265 



$ 



450 
60 
250 
ISO 
300 

350 



300 
350 



250 



25 
250 



500 
SO 



175 
350 



365 

550 

75 

250 

770 



380 
250 



25 
425 



25 



300 
325 



250 
175 

400 
600 
100 
200 
220 

.500 
300 
300 



500 
200 



1,750 
270 
600 

50 
200 



100 

285 



,500 
325 



250 
75 



965 



400 
100 



600 



200 

400 

1,000 

950 

20 

825 
375 
300 
ISO 
ISO 

250 
20 
120 
625 
125 

125 

30 

80 

600 

400 

450 

100 

1,550 

1,000 

30 

30 
650 
770 
800 

20 

20 
120 
220 
210 
ISO 

775 
125 
400 
200 
SSO 

ISO 
425 
100 
120 
250 

200 
300 
300 
100 
1,060 

800 

1,400 

125 

75 

120 



$ 



200 

ISO 

1,200 

1,000 

ISO 

350 

16,110 

200 

1,900 

560 
120 
100 
250 
400 

200 
105 
380 
135 
45 

140 

75 

400 

885 

1,200 

ISO 

300 

4,650 

500 

60 



3.00$ 

6.45 

18.75 

21.38 

.33 

32.46 
7.82 
9.90 
5.40 
8.10 

10.80 

.52 

3.00 

24.04 

12.36 

6.76 
.80 

1.20 
12.00 
13.80 

22.76 

3.25 

66.62 

22.05 

.60 

.98 
26.80 
36.40 
18.80 

.42 

.42 
12.61 
13.86 
5.14 
7.20 

38.54 

3.68 

9.60 

18.85 

26.00 

3.98 
6.63 
15.74 
2.16 
5.36 

9.00 
11.24 
5.40 
9.10 
18.52 

39.00 

65.00 

5.97 

7.15 

6.12 

16.25 
16.25 
14.62 
20.16 
47.12 

6.30 

7.35 

473.25 

15.28 

81.25 

9.76 

7.52 

1.90 

11.37 

17.56 

42.50 
8.59 
5.70 

11.54 
3.60 

23.14 
2.44 
24.37 
23.55 
20.16 

3.53 
5.85 
88.21 
8.40 
1.08 



—137— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



lame of Taxpayer 



Shara, BmUia . . . 
Shank, N.M... 
Shaver, Geo. M. . 
Shaver, Cora M . . 
Shaver, Mary E. 



Shannon, Dellah 

Shannon, Wm. & .Tag 

Shannon, Jas. & Martha. 

Shannon, Kate 

Shannon, Fred A 



Shattuck, Lucy 

Shaefer, Bertha 

Sharrow. H. E 

Shaveland. J. E 

Shelley, Percy T 



Oswego 

Oregon City 

-Jennings Lodge . 

Pompeii 

PoiTipeii 



Oregoii City. 
Oregon City. 
Gladstone. . . 
Canemah . . . . 
Canemah. . . . 



Minthorn 

Clackamas Heights. . 

Robertson 

Windsor 

Sandy 



Shedd, J. B 

Sherk, Phoebe 

Sherk, John & Geo. W.. 

Shely.N. J 

Shearer, John 



Sheahan, Edward . . . 
Sheahan, Wm. & M. 

Sheahan, Wm 

Rheanan, Wm 

Sheehy, Jane 



Minthorn 

Oak Grove 

Milwaukie Heights. 
Jennings I^odge . . . 
Minthorn 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Gladstone . . . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 



.Shepherd. G. W. & E 

Shepard, Florence B 

Sheppard, M. W. & Bessie. 

Sheliaberger L. M 

Sherwood, Wm. T. & Susan'h 



Sherwood, F. W 

Shields, Walela 

Shields, M. M 

Shields, Chas.&M.. 
Shindler, Wm , 



Oregon City 

Park Place 

Barlow 

Pleasant Little Homes No. 3. 
Sandy 



Oswego 

Milwaukie Park . 
Milwaukie Park. 

Windsor 

Milwaukee 



Shindler, Wm 

Shindler, Wm. & Agnes. 

Shindler, I^eo 

Shindler, F. H 

Shively, W. B. (Heirs) . . 



Shively, Elizabeth. 

Shipley, Geo ■. . 

Shiptey, H.T 

Shipley, Harry T.. . 
Shipley, Nellie M... 



Shipley, A. W 

.Shipley, R. C 

ShintofFer, Maria. 
Short, Chas.E.... 
Short, Margaret... 



Shook, Cora 

Shortlidge, Melissa I.. 

Shoemaker, A. M 

Shormlev, James 

Shultz, A. F 



Shubert, E 

Shubert, E 

Shubert, Emil . . . . 
Shubert, Adaline. 
Shutter, Chas . 



Shumwav, Milda J.. 

Sias, E. .y 

Sieiers, Fredk 

Siefers, Ida M 

Sieverb, John S 



Siebken, Christian. 
Siebken, Christian. 
.Siebken, Christian. 

Sikes, Wilbur 

Sikes, Maud 



Silver, D 

Silcox, Wm. H.. 
Simms, John. . . 
.Simpson, Wm... 
Simmons, Alex. 



Simmons, Fred D 

Simmons, Clarence & S., 

Simmons, P. E. Jj 

Simmons, R. E. L 

.Sinclair, Anna M 



Singleton, Anna M... 

Sippola, Andrew 

Sisson, Mary D 

Sizer, F. R 

Bkelly, Patrick 



Address 



Leo 

Milwaukie 

Leo 

Clackamas Heights. 
Oregon City 



Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Willamette Falls. 
Willamette Falls. 
Willamette Falls. 



Oswego 

Oswego 

South Oregon City No. I . 

Estacada 

Oak Grove 



.Tennings Lodge 

Clackamas Heights. 

Orchard Hoines 

Minthorn 

Estacada 



Oak Grove. 
Rosewood . . 
Oak Grove. 
Oak Grove. 
Estacada . . . 



Oregon City . . . 

Canny 

W. Gladstone.. 
W. Gladstone.. 
W. Gladstone.. 



S\mset City 

Willamette Tract. 

Oregon City. 

Milwaukie Park. . . 
Milwaukie Park. . . 



Windsor 

Gladstone 

Canby 

South Oswego. 
Oregon City... 



Oregon City. 

Gladstone 

Pompeii 

Pompeii 

Milwaulde... . 



Oregon Citv 

Milwaukie Park 

Milwaukie Park. . . . 
Willamette Tracts.. 
Oak Orovp. , 



No. of 
Lots 



General Propertj Assessments in 1910 



On Lots 



Bnildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonld 
Hare Been 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Would 
Have Been 



Aetna! Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1910 

Under Single 

Tax Toild 

Ian Been 



240$ 

200 

450 

20 

20 

4S0 
400 
37S 
120 
ISO 

30 
105 
140 
300 
100 

45 

!,000 

320 

700 

40 

ISO 
450 
240 
1,500 
500 

700 

60 
120 

90 

40 

470 

80 

80 
560 
100 

1,505 

75 
125 

35 
350 

750 
160 
ISO 
1,225 
200 

270 
260 
60 
120 
250 

ISO 
70 

180 
60 

350 

SO 
400 

50 
100 

90 

375 
175 
80 
140 
180 

125 

ISO 

325 

I 

205 

300 
240 
440 
400 
175 

500 

405 

20 

20 

1,250 

350 
80 

no 

150 
1,600 



280$ 
215 



400 
350 



50 

285 



100 
250 



100 
100 



750 
400 
785 



653 
250 



200 
300 



350 

* 
* 
* 

r,6oo 

490 

* ' 

400 

* 
* 

375 



.30 
100 

65 
400 



200 
345 



400 

70 

200 



250 
250 
400 



400 

* 

1,660 

300 

400 
155 

* 

* 
950 

250 

* 

* 
550 



520$ 
200.. 
665 

20.. 

20.. 



850 
750 
375 
170 
435 

30 
205 
390 
300 
340 

45 

1,!00 

320 

800 

40 

ISO 

1,200 

640 

2,285 
500 

1,335 

60 

370 

90 

40 

470 

80 

80 

760 

400 

1,505 

425 

125 

35 

350 

2,350 
160 
640 

1,225 
600 

270 
260 
60 
120 
625 

ISO 
100 
280 
125 
750 

SO 
400 

SO 
300 

435 

375 
575 
ISO 
340 
ISO 

375 
400 
725 
180 
205 

700 
240 
2,100 
400 
475 

900 

560 

20 

20 

2,200 

600 

80 

110 

ISO 

2.150 



280$ 



215 



400 
350 



SO 
285 



100 
250 



240 



100 



750 
400 

785 



635 



250 



200 
300 



1,600 



490 
■466 



375 



30 
100 

65 
400 



200 
345 



400 

70 

200 



250 
250 
400 



400 



1,660 



300 



400 
155 



9S0 
250 



5501 



240$ 

200 

450 

20 

20 

450 
400 
375 
120 
ISO 

30 
105 
140 
300 
100 

45 

1,000 

320 

700 

40 

ISO 
450 
240 
1,500 
500 

700 

60 
120 

90 

40 

470 

80 

80 
560 
100 

1,505 

75 

125 

35 

3S0 

750 
160 
ISO 
1,225 
200 

270 
260 
60 
120 
250 

ISO 

70 
180 

60 
350 

50 
400 

SO 
100 

90 

375 
175 
80 
140 
180 

125 
ISO 
325 
ISO 
205 

300 
240 
440 
400 
175 

500 

405 

20 

20 

1,250 

350 

80 

110 

150 

1,600 



13.31$ 
6.50 



.33 
.33 

27.63 

24,37 

7.51 

3.06 

7.82 

.71 

5.13 

9.17 

5.40 

10.20 

1.20 
23.10 

7.52 
13.44 

1.06 

4.88 
39.00 
12.80 
74.25 
16.25 

41.77 
1.50 
6. 
2.30 
1.20 

12.21 

1.88 

1.88 

13.68 

10.60 

40.04 

11.26 

3.31 

.87 

11.37 

76.37 
5.20 
12.48 
23.89 
11.70 

7,02 
6.76 
1.14 
3.60 
13.12 

2.52 
2.50 
4.20 
3.31 
22.50 

1.05 
6.60 
1.05 
6.30 
13.05 

12 

14.95 
3.00 
6.80 
3.60 

6.74 
7.80 
23. SS 
4.23 
4.82 

12.60 
4.80 

54.28 
7.60 

15.44 

29.27 

11.19 

.33 

.33 

58.30 

19.50 
1.88 
2.59 
2.93 

44.I5I 



-138- 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Ham« of Taxpayer 



Address 



No. of 
Lota 



Skinner, Jas 

Skoog, Howard 

Skoog, O. A. & L. W , 

Skoog, Oscar T 

Skoog, Oscar T 



SlauBon, Simeon P . 
Sladen, Mrs. Nellie 
Saden, Mrs. Nellie. 
Sleight, Belle A 



General Fropertj Assessments in 1910 



On Iota 



Buildings & 

Personal 
_Property_ 



Total 
Assessment 



Singlo Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Vould 
Eavfl Been 



Single Tax 



1910 Wonld 
Have Been 



Rosewood . . 
Oak Grove. 
Oak Grove. 
Oak Grove. 
Oak Grove. 



Gladstone 

Oregon CiCy. 

Meldrum 

Pompeii. 



Sleight, Belle A Pruneland 



Slingerland, Fredk. 

Sloan, A. C 

Slocum, Chas. D.. . 

Small, Dana 

Smalley, Minnie B.. 

SmaUey, S. D. & J.. 

Smick, Lewis 

Smith, WW 

Smith, Wm.W 

Smith, W.W 



Smith, Mary 

Smith, lizzie. .. . 
Smith, Lizzie E.. 

Smith, T. I 

Smith. Sarah F. . 



Smith, Anna. . . 
Smith. Wm. R.. 
Smith, Chas. O.. 
Smith, John S.. 
Smith, J. S 



Smith. L. B. Mrs 

Smith, Frank E. (Agt.). 

Smith, Thos. H 

Smith, Cosby V 

Smith, Wm, O 



Smith, J. H 

Smith, T. H 

Smith, F. C. &C. E.. 

Smith, Mary C 

^mith, B. E 



Smythe, Clara Mrs.. 

SoidcG. L 

Snovell, W. A 

Snyder, John M 

Snyder, Jas, H 



Snyder 

Holy Names of Jesus & M.. 

Soesbe, C. F 

Soesbe, J. A 

Soesbe, Addie 



Solomon, Sarah J.. . . 

Sonmaer, E. A 

Soerghan, P. T. & E., 

Spees, George 

Spence, Echo I.. 



Spence, C. E. & Anna. . . . 
Spencer, Chas. C. & M. P.. 
Spencer, R. E. & N, K.... 

Spencer, Alice M 

Spencer, Geo. L 



Spiers, A. & E.. . . 

Spooner, E. R 

Spring, Louisa 

Springer, Frank J., 
Springer, J. W 



Spulak, Frank R.. 
Spulak, Emily I.. 
Spurgeon, King . - . 
Spatz, Dan'l M... 
Sparks, A, E 



Spangler, Ethel 

■Spangler, Emma M. J... , 

Spangler, Alfred A 

Snaulding, Eliza A. Mre.. 
Spangenburg. E«Tima. . . - 



South Oregon City No. 
Elk Rock Villas Tract., 

Jennings Lodge 

Milwaukie Park 

Oregon City 



Oregon HomeB... 

Hyde Park 

Park Place 

Jennings Lodge. 
Marshfield 



South Oregon City No. 

Oregon City Annex 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Smith, Wm. M. & Sarah A.. 

Smith. W. H 

Smith. W. H 

Smith, Clarence D 

Smith, W. P. & T. S 



Smith, G. A. & L. M.. 

Smith. Geo. R 

Smith, A.J 

Smith, H. A. & Mary. 
Smith, Ernest M 



Oregon City Annex.. 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Oak Grove 

Oregon City 



Oregon City. 

Gladstone 

Oregon City. 
Oak Grove . . , 
Oak Grove... 



Minthom 

Minthron 

Minthom 

Milwaukie 

Jennings Lodge. 



Gladstone 

Estacada 

Clackamas Highlands. 

Clackamas Heights 

Pruneland 



Pleasant Little Homes No, 1 
Pleasant Little Homes No. I 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Windsor 



Oregon City 

Willamette Tracts.. 

Oak Grove 

Milwaukie 

Lewelling Park 



Boring Junction Tract. 

Oswego 

Gladstone 

Jennings Lodge 

Jennings Lodge 



Milwaukie. . . 
Oregon City. 
Buena Vista . 
Oregon City. 
Gladstone 



Gladstone... 
Canemah. . . . 
Canemah . . . . 
Minthom . . . . 
Oregon City. 



Willamette Falls 

Pleasant Little Homes No. 3 

R obertson 

Canby 

Robertson 



Canby 

Canby 

Marshfield 

Willamette Tracts.. 
Estacada 




6i 

4 

I 

26 
6 

2 

7 
7 



860 
100 
300 
200 
300 

20 

200 

520 

20 

l,93S 

200 
350 
1,950 
160 
350 

3,135 
60 
120 

2,550 
255 

60 

10 

100 

100 

80 

20 
200 

80 
825 
350 

260 
300 
250 
100 
950 

745 
30 
40 
75 

150 

130 

1,740 

280 

35 

300 

15 

90 

925 

ISO 

100 

50 
125 
150 
250 
200 

55 

1,500 

300 

485 

1,200 

275 
200 
100 
150 
80 

160 

300 

140 

40 

10 

175 
190 
120 
420 
ISO 

70 
210 
100 
200 
100 

100 
500 

80 
150 

50 



50 
ISO 
200 

290 



200 

645 
300 

7S 

285 
85 

ISO 
150 
135 

150 

4SS 
150 

200 

300 
175 

7S0 



300 



200 



100 

50 



ISO 

6S 

25 

790 

600 



100 
100 



62S 
2,500 



415 



lis 

100 



200 

35 

300 



125 

SO 

580 



250 
1 75 



910 
250 
500 
200 
S90 

20 
200 
520 

20 
2,I3S 

200 
3!;0 
2,595 
160 
650 

3,210 
60 

40S 
2,635 

255 

210 
10 
250 
100 
215 

20 

350 

80 

1,280 

SOO 

460 
300 
550 
275 
1,700 

745 

30 

40 

37S 

150 

330 

1,740 

380 

85 

300 

15 

90 

925 

150 

100 

200 
190 
I7S 
1,040 
800 

55 

1,500 

300 

S8S 

1,300 

900 

2,700 

100 

656 

80 

160 

415 

240 

40 

10 

375 
225 
420 
420 
ISO 

70 
210 
22S 
2S0 
680 

100 
750 

80 
325 

50 



50 
ISO 
200 



290 



200 



645 



300 
75 



285 
85 



150 

iso 

135 



150 



455 
ISO 



200 



300 
175 
750 



300 



100 
SO 



150 

65 

25 

790 

600 



100 
100 

625 
2,500 



415 



lis 

100 



200 

35 

300 



I2S 

so 

580 



250 



iLctual Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tal for 1910 

noder Singls 

Tax Would 

flaTe Been 



860 
100 
300 
200 
300 

20 
200 
520 

20 
1,935 

200 
350 
1,950 
160 
350 

3,135 
60 

120 
2,550 

2SS 

60 

10 

100 

100 

80 

20 
200 

80 
825 
350 

260 
300 
250 
100 
950 

745 
30 
40 
75 

ISO 

130 

1,740 

280 

3S 

300 

IS 

90 

925 

150 

100 

.SO 
125 
ISO 
250 
200 

55 

1,500 

300 

485 

1,200 

275 
200 
100 
ISO 
80 

160 

300 

140 

40 

10 

175 
190 
120 
420 
ISO 

70 
210 
100 
200 
100 

100 
500 

80 
ISO 

50 



15.02 
5. 25 

10.50 
4.20 

12.39 

.40 
3.60 
10.40 

.33 
38.43 

3.80 
6.65 

43.68 
3.76 

21.12 

81.25 

1.20 

10.13 

44.26 

S.8d' 

3.99 
.21 
8.12 
3.25 
5.37 

.42 

11.37 

2.60 

26.87 

16.25 

14.95 
6.00 

17.87 
6.30 

35.70 

19.76 

.79 

1.06 

9.94 

2.52 

6.60 
52.20 
9.50 
2.13 
5.40 

.38 

2.29 

24.06 

3.90 

1.80 

3.26 

2.44 

3.68 

27.57 

21.20 

.93 

39.00 

6.00 

9.83 

23.35 

21.86 
87.75 

3.25 
11. 

1.60 

3.20 
7.45 
4.32 
1.06 

.24 

7.31 
5.75 
9.87 
10.92 
3.51 

1.82 
5.46 
5.18 
4.87 
20.40 

3.25 
15.75 
1.60 
6.30 
TOS 



—139— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



Hune of Taxpajer 



iddresfl 



Ho. of 

Lots 



General Propertj issessments in 1910 



On Lots 



finlldlngB~^ 
Personal 
Prtporty 



Total 
Isseflunent 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Vonld 
EaTO Been 



Single Tax 
Issessment 
1910 Would 
Hare Been 



IctmilTax 
Paid for 

mo 



Tax for 1911) 

Under Singli 

TaiTonld 

EtTo Beea 



Star Land Co 

Stampfer, Jos 

Stannich, Peter . . . 
Stalnaker, Jeozia. 
Stein, A. K 



Stein, Ottillie 

Steacy, Benj, J. (Trustee).. 

Stem, Ralph J 

Stem, Ralph 

Steiner, Jacob & Mar(;aret . 



Stegman, Theresa 

Starkweather, Alice M.. 
Starkweather, Alice M.. 

Stevens, Mary £ 

Stevens, H. C 



Stevens, Mertie 

Stevens, John 

Stevens, Austin J 

Stevens, !♦ J. Mrs 

Stevens, Harry (Heirs) . 



Stewart, Wm 

Stewart, Helen C 

Stewart, Chas. & Catherine.. 

Stewart, Augusta 

Stemfels, Morris 



Steentoft, M. C 

Stehman, LeW & Eliza. 

Steadman, Reuben 

Steinhausen, John 

Steiai, John 



Stingley, Noah E.., 
Stimson, Harry M . 
Stillwell, Sarah E.. 

StillweU, J. B 

Stout, Antionette. . 



Stout, Antionette W., 
Stout, Antionette W,, 

Stout, Inez E 

Story, Nick 

Story, Helen M 



Stock, Anna 

Stokes, Albert F. . 

Story, Helen 

Storey, Geo. L 

Stover, Wm 



Stogsdill, H. K 

Stuart, Mary F 

Stonehouse, Chas 

St. Paula Ei)is. Church., 
Strom, Didrik 



Strong, Robert H 

Streeeh, Fred G 

Strang, X.iiUian A 

Strange, Adam (Heirs) . 
Stromer, Henry 



Street, Chas. F... 
Struntz, Anna... 
Streibig,H. W... 
Rtreib, Phillip... 
Streib, Phillip... 



Streib. Phillip. 
Streib, H...... 

Streib, Louise. 
Strite, J. T.... 

Striker, A. T... 



Stryker, Sarah A 

Stryker, S. W 

Straight, John 

Straight, Hiram (Heiis) . 
Straight, Mollie E 



Straight, Ivy 

Straight, Wm 

Strucken, J. W 

Strucken, Mary A. & Susie. 
Stratton, Helen L 



Stratton, R. A 

Strohmeyer, Theo.. . . 
Strickland, Mary H.. 
Strickland, Lizzie H. 
Stubbs, H. E. Mrs... 



Stubbe, Wm 

Stubbe, August 

Stubbe, August E.. 

Stuben, Mary 

Stubeui Otto 



Oak Grove.. 

Barlow 

Oregon City. 

Canby 

Oak Grove... 



Oswego 

Maywood 

Pompeii 

Pompeii 

Oregon City. 



Oswego 

Arista 

Concord Tracts. 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Oregon City 

Estacada 

Clackamas Heights Tracts.. 

Pompeii 

Willamette Tract.? 



Oregon City 

Minthorn 

Clackamas Park. . . . 
Clackamas Heights. 
Robertson 



Finavon 

Oregon City 

Gladstone 

Milwaukie Park . 
Orchard Homes. 



Eagle Creek. 
Canby 



Canby. 

Park Place 

Clackamas Heights Tracts.. 



Oregon City 

Willamette Falls 

Clackamas Heights Tracts 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Oregon City. 
Canemah. . . . 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Oregon City . 



Canby 

Oswego 

Clackamas Heights Tract. 

Oregon City 

Atkmson Tract 



Glenmorrie. 
Minthorn. . . 
Minthorn . . . 
Canemah.... 
Oak Grove. 



Marshficid ■. 

Oregon City 

Gladstone; Imp. exempt 

Milwaukie 

Minthorn 



Oregon City 

Lewelling Park. 
Lewelling Park. 

Marshfield 

Hyde Park 



Logan Tract.. 
Estacada. . . . 
Park Place... 
Oregon City . . 
Oregon City . . 



Oregon City 

Estacada 

Boring Junction Tract. 
Boring Junction Tract. 
Oregon City 



Estacada. . . . 
Oregon City . 
Oregon City. 
Gladstone. . . 
Estacada . . . . 



Estacada . 
Estacada . 
Estacada , 
Estacada . 
Estacada . 



I 

5 
17 

I 
I 
I 

2 
2 

} 
2 
2 
20 
9 

6 

2 

1-8 
1-8 
19 

1 
1 

2 
I 
1 



5,000$ 
20 

300 
70 

500 

300 

1,000 

160 

40 

450 

125 

1,065 

625 

6,700 

10,000 

600 
50 

160 
40 

100 

450 

30 

1,050 

140 

575 

300 
200 
200 
155 
200 

45 
160 
180 
540 
100 

1,800 
400 
300 
225 

1,200 

225 
600 
150 
540 
500 

340 
185 
690 
5,000 
480 

525 
120 
270 
160 
200 

100 
350 



2.425 
2,000 

3,500 

2,000 

225 

120 

20 

750 

100 

120 

1,190 

1,525 

880 

90 

SO 

SO 

20,550 

50 

150 

1.650 

120 

45 

200 
335 
425 
200 
200 



1,200$ 

400 

SO 

375 



400 



5,200 
2,550 

700 

SO 

250 

200 

* 
* 
250 



200 
275 
350 



205 
400 
350 
220 



1,200 
400 



300 
900 



1,500 

75 

410 

500 

350 
ISO 
250 
200 



120 

475 



150 



1,400 



4,720 

745 



400 

450 

50 

700 

200 
165 



4,000 



315 
600 
250 

425 

180 

100 

250 

1,000 

75 



6,200 

20 

700 

120 

87S 

300 

1,000 

160 

40 

850 

125 

1,065 

625 

11,900 

12,550 

1,300 
50 

210 
40 

350 

650 

30 

1,050 

390 

575 

300 
400 
47S 
505 
200 

250 
560 
530 
760 
100 

3.000 
800 
300 
525 

2,100 

225 

2,100 

225 

950 

1,000 

690 
335 
940 
5,200 
480 

525 
120 
270 
280 
675 

250 
350 



1,200$ 



3,825 
2,000 

8,220 

2,745 

225 

120 

20 

750 

500 

570 

1,240 

2,225 

1,080 

255 

50 

50 

24,550 

50 

465 

2,250 

370 

470 

380 
435 
675 
1,200 
275 



400 
375 



5,000$ 
20 

300 
70 

500 



400 



S.200 
2,550 

700 



50 



250 
200 



250 



200 
27S 
350 



205 
400 
350 
220 



1,200 
400 



30O 
900 



1,500 

75 

410 

500 

350 
ISO 
250 
200 



120 

475 



ISO 



1,400 



4,720 
745 



400 

450 

50 

700 

200 
165 



4,000 



315 
600 
250 
425 

180 
100 

250 

1,000 

75 



20$ 



130 

.31 

22.75 

3.12 

18.38 



300 7.80 

1,000 16.80 

160 2.66 

40 .66 

450^ 27.62 



125 
1,065 

625 
6,700 
10,000 

600 
50 

160 
40 

100 

450 

30 

I,OSO 

140 

S75 

300 
200 
200 
155 
200 

45 
160 
I 

540 
100 

1,800 
400 
300 
225 

1,200 

225 
600 
ISO 
S40 
500 

340 
185 
690 
5,000 
480 

525 
120 
270 
160 
200 

100 
350 



2,425 
2,000 

3,500 

2,000 

225 

120 

20 

7S0 

100 

120 

1,190 

1,525 

880 

90 

50 

SO 

20,550 

50 

ISO 

1,650 

120 

45 

200 
335 
425 
200 
200 



3.26 
IS. 97 

9.38 
386.75 
407.89 

42.25 

1.50 

S.25 

.66 

6.82 

21.13 

.79 

24.15 

9.75 

13.52 

10.95 
13.00 

9.49 
11.88 

3.00 

3.75 
14.56 
13.78 
19.13 

2.50 

97.50 
15.60 
6.37 
17.06 
68.25 

7.31 
37.80 

7.32 
30.87 
32.50 

17.94 

8.72 

23.50 

169.00 

12.24 

9.97 
3.18 
7.15 
5.04 
14.17 

5.7S 
11.37 



101. ."is 
52.15 

265.83 

72.74 

5.96 

2.76 

.40 

27.38 
15.00 
14.25 
31.00 
72.30 

35.09 

7.76 

.85 

.85 
797.88 

1.50 
15.09 
73.13 

7.40 
14.1 

11.40 
13.06 
20.24 
36.00 
8.24 



—140— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



lint of Tiipajtr 



Address 



Ho. of 
Lots 



General Property Assessments in 1910 



On lots 



Boildings & 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tax 
Sxemptions 
1910 Would 
EaTO Been 



Single Tax 
Assessment 
1910 Tonld 
lare Been 



Aotnal Tax 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1911) 

Under Single 

Tax ¥onld 

Eave Been 



Stuckey. Margaret. 
Stuart, Clara A.. . . 

Stuart, C. A 

Rtuartj Blanche 

Suavam, Albert. . . 



Sullivan, J. M. Mrs.. 
SulUyan, J. M. Mrs.. 

Sullivan, G.E 

Sullivan, T.W.Mrs.. 
Summers, E. Mrs 



Sunset Land Co 

Sunset Land Co 

Sunset Land Co 

Sundborn, P. W 

Sunderland, Roy P.. 



Supple, Joseph 

Supple, Kate E 

Surfus, Chas. E 

8urfu3« John 

Surber, A. J 



Suter, A. G. & Bessie. 

Sutton, Alonzo. , 

Swenson, Hans 

Sweeney, Edmond . . , . 
Switjer, D. J 



Switzer, D. J.. .. 
Switzer, D. J.. .. 
Switzer, Eliza. .. 

Swift, A. G 

Sykes, Rebecca. 



Sykes, Ada G 

Sutton, Allen M.. 
Sutherland, J. H. 
Sutherland, J. H. 
tSvensson, Hans . . 



Swartz, Fred 

Swanson, Sam'l 

Swa^ert, T. &M. E.. 
Swafiord, T. L. Mrs... 
Sweet, Agnes 



Swanson, Peter. . . 
Tabordon, Mary . . 
Tabordon, Victor. 
Talley, CoraM.... 
Talbert, J. A 



Talbert, Mary E 

Tanzer, S. & R. M 

Tanzer, S. M 

Tapfer, Ambrose 

Tate, E. G 

Taylor, I. D 

Taylor, I. D 

Taylor, Peter 

Taylor, J. C 

Taylor, Catherine 



Taylor, Frank. . . 
Taylor, Grace R.. 

Taylor, J. M 

Taylor, J. O 

Taylor, W. M.... 



Tedford, D. C 

Telford, Maxwell Jr.. . 
Templeton, Charlotte. 

Terry, Minnie Mrs 

Teter, Florence 



Thacker, Geo. A. & L.. 

Theuorkauf, A 

TMeme, Annie 

Thomas, M. V 

Thomas, J. W 



Thomas, Isabella 

Thomas, Emma 

Thomas, Fred & Emma. 

Thomas, Albert 

Thomas, Walter S 



Thomas, Lola 

Thomas, Walter S.. 

Thomas, W.S 

aomas, A. E 

Ilioen. Oscar 



Minthorn. . . . 
Oregon City . 
Oregon City. 
Gladstone... 
Estacada. . . , 



Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Estacada 

Milwaukie Park. 
Oregon City 



Sunset City 

Oregon City 

Oregon City; undiv i.. 

Oswego 

Sunset City 



Oregon City. 

Oswego 

Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Green Point. 



Thomas, J. W 

Thomas, John W 

Thomas, Geo. E 

Thomas, Geo. E. (Trustee).. 
Thomas, Roy W 



Oak Grove 

Boring Junction Tract. 

Minthorn 

Milwaukie Park 

Sunset City 



Park Place. . 
Oregon City. 
Park Place.. 

Oswego 

Oregon City. 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 

Canby 

Canby 

Minthorn . . . . 



Wilsonville 

Pleasant Little Homes No. 3 

Milwaukie '. 

Oregon City 

Wichita 



Oak Grove. . . . 
W. Gladstone.. 
W. Gladstone.. 
W; Gladstone. 
Marshfield . . . . 



Marshfield . . 

Bolton 

Bolton 

Oswego 

Hyde Park. 



Clackamas Heights 

Sunset City 

Oswego 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 



Oregon City. 



Oregon City. . 

Milwaukie Park 

Marshfield 

Clackamas Heights. 



South Oregon City No. I. 

Canemah 

Oregon City 

Silver Springs Add 

W. Gladstone 



Oregon City. 
Minthorn . . . . 

Canby 

Estacada. . . . 
Molaila 



Oswego 

Oregon City. 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Oswego 



Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Orchard Homes. 

Milwaukie 

W. Gladstone — 



W. Gladstone 

Gladstone 

, Gladstone 

.Friends' Oregon Colony. 
. [Gladstone 



I 
I 

4 
2 

100 
3 
I 

2 
I 

2 
3 
I 



30 i 
400 
300 
250 

50 

80 

1,600 

60 

160 

850 

10,270 

1,350 

50 

300 

150 

3,200 
360 
200 
100 
300 

300 
120 
60 
700 
125 

180 
S9S 
120 
125 
400 

450 
375 
400 
360 
660 

25 

15 
375 
550 
250 

650 
120 
160 
130 
400 

150 
140 
140 
400 

220 

900 
125 
240 
100 
330 

450 
300 
560 
50 
300 

60 

240 

1,300 

350 

240 

125 

225 

150 

45 

50 

1,.W0 
100 

425 
ISO 
275 

150 
375 
200 
1,650 
160 

180 
200 
160 
205 
180 



40 
600 



250 



200 
1,400 



250 
ISO 

250 

370 
200 
200 

750 

100 
70 

100 



175 
250 



300 
400 



550 



340 
50 



ISO 



440 
300 



350 
555 
400 
200 
200 



200 

1,500 

200 

500 

200 



90S 
450 



2S0 
350 



380 
330 



300 
350 
190 
150 



) 



70! 

1,000 

300 

500 

50 

280 

3,000 

60 

160 
1,100 

10,270 

1,500 

50 

300 

400 

3,570 
560 
400 
100 

1,050 

400 
190 
60 
800 
145 

180 
895 
120 
125 

575 

700 
37S 
700 
760 
660 

25 

15 

375 

1,100 

250 

990 
170 
160 
130 
SSO 

ISO 
140 
580 
700 
220 

1,250 
680 
640 
300 
530 

450 
300 
560l 
SO 
300 

60 

440 

2,800 

550 

740 

325 

225 

ISO 

45 

50 

2,295 
100 
875 
ISO 

275 

400 
725 
200 
2,030 
490 

180 
500 
510 
395 
330 



40 
600 



2S0 



200 
1,400 



250 



ISO 

'2S6 

370 
200 
200 



7S0 



100 
70 



100 



175 
250 



300 
400 



550 



340 
SO 



ISO 



440 
300 



350 
SSS 
400 
200 
200 



200 

1,500 

200 

500 

200 



905 
'450 



250 
350 



380 
330 



300 
350 
190 
ISO 



30$ 
400 
300 
2S0 

50 

80 

1,600 

60 

160 

850 

10,270 

1,350 

50 

300 

ISO 

3,200 
360 
200 
100 
300 

300 
120 
60 
700 
125 

180 
895 
120 
125 
400 

450 
375 
400 
360 
660 

25 

IS 

375 

550 

250 

650 
120 
160 
130 
400 

ISO 
140 
140 
400 
220 

900 
125 
240 
100 
330 

450 
300 
560 
50 
300 

60 

240 

1,300 

350 

240 

125 

225 
ISO 
45 
50 

1,390 
100 

425 
150 
275 

ISO 
375 
200 
f,6S0 
160 

180 
200 
160 
205 
180 



1.65 
32.50 

9.7S 
10.00 

1.50 

9.10 

97.50 

1.80 

3.76 

35.74 

184.86 

48.75 

.90 

7.80 

7.20 

116.02 

14.56 

13.00 

3.25 

34.12 

8.50 
3.23 
2.19 
18.80 
2.24 

4.50 
26.11 
3.00 
3.26 
18.67 

22.75 
6.75 
18.20 
19.76 
24.09 

.38 
.37 

9.95 
35.75 

9.12 

20.79 
3.40 
3.20 
2.60 

12.65 

3.45 
2.52 
10.44 
18.20 
4.40 

21.87 
12. IS 
16.64 
9.75 
17.23 

14.62 
9.75 

13.17 
1.15 

5.25 

1.14 
7.92 

91.00 
8.80 

14.80 

10.57 
5.29 
3.90 
1.35 
1.05 

59.67 
3.25 

22.15 
3.90 
7.16 

13.00 
23.10 
3.00 
13.60 
10.80 

3.60 
10.00 
10.20 
9.47 
6.60 



—141— 



Clackamas County Assessments and Taxes Under Two Tax Systems, 1910 



luno of Taipa7«r 



Address 



Ho. of 
Lots 



General Property itsessments is 1910 



On Lots 



Bnildings& 
Personal 
Property 



Total 
Assessment 



Single Tax 
Exemptions 
1910 Tonld 
fiare Been 



Single Tai 
Assessment 
1910 ¥onld 
EaTO Been 



AotnalTai 

Paid for 

1910 



Tax for 1911 

Tinder Single 

Tax ■Would 

EaTe Been 



ThorntoQ, J. W., et al.. 
Thornton, J. W. & Son. 

Thornton, Joe J 

Thornton, Joe J 

Thornton, F. M 



Wilaonville.. 
Wilsonville.. 
Wilson ville. . 
Wilson ville.. 
Oregon City. 



Thomson, Wm. G. & Evelyn. Maywood. _ 
Thomson, Sarah J Marshfield . 



Thomson, Milo & Myrtle. 

Thompson, Geo. F 

Thompson, A. S 



Thompson, Mary R. 

Thompson, Mary R 

Thompson, M. & M. E.. 

Thompson Laura 

Thompson, Geo. M 



Thompson, Emma. . 
Thompson, Ethel L.. 
Thompson, John .... 

Thompson, John 

Thompson, H. E.. . . 



Thommen, Johannes. 

Thresher, W. E 

Thun, Chas 

Thurston, Ida M 

Tice, Louis 



Tilzer, Carrie. . . 
Tingle, Nathan. 
Tingle, .Tulia J.. . 
Titera, Henry. . . 
Titzwater, Earl. 



Toates, Thomas 

Tobin, John J 

Tobin, Jolm J 

Todd, W. M. & Coretha.. 
Toepelmann, F. A 



Tone, Chas 

Tonkin, Beryl 

Tonkin, Oben & E. H.. 

Tonseth, Floral Co 

Took, Susan 



Tooze, Hilda... 
Tooze, Myrtle. . 
Tooze, Myrtle. . 
Tooze, Chas. T., 
Tooze, Chas... . 



Topelmann, F. A 

Torrance, Nellie M 

Torkelson, O. & R , . . 

Townley, Dr 

Townsend, J. R. & Sarah. . 



Townsley, John R 

Town, Benj. A. & F. L 

Tracy, N. M 

Tracy, John H 

Tracy, John H 



Tracy, J. H 

Tracy, J. M 

Tracy, Jas. M 

Train, Edith 

Trachsel, Christian. 



Trevett, Katherine L 

Treichler, Rosina 

Trembath, Martha 

Trembath, Martha (Heirs) . . 
Tripp, R. W 



Trimble, Jennie 

Tritschler, Henry 

Trotski, Chas 

Troxler, Robt. F. & Wife. . . 
Troendle, Leopold 



Troutman, John F 

Trustees M. E. Church. 

Truscott, Edith C 

Trullinger, Erikke 

Trullinger, EUzabeth. . . 



-Milwaukio 

Oregon City 

Willamette Tracts. 

Oswego 

Oregon City 



Oswego 

Willamette Falls. 

Sunset City 

Milwaukie 

Oregon City 



TuahtyL. No. 6, A F & A M 

Tuck, Wm. L 

Tucker. Amanda J 

Tucker, H 

Tucholke, Anna & Louisa M. 



Tucholke, Ludwig... 
Tucholke, Ludwig. . . 
Tucholke, August. . . , 
Tucholke, Louisa M.. 
Tucholke. Lvrlin S... 



Marshfield 

Willamette Falls. 
Windsor 



Oregon City. 
Robertson . . . 
Robertson . . . 

Pompeii 

Oswego 



Oswego 

Oswego 

Meldrum 

Oregon City 

Jennings Lodge. 



Weslyn 

Minthom 

Oak Grove 

Minthorn 

Lee's Add. to Canby. 



F,stacada . . . . 
Oregon City. 
Giaastoue. .. 

Oswego 

Hyde Park. . 



Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 
Gladstone . . . , 

Gladstone 

Green Point. 

Oregon City. 
Oregon City. 

Canby 

Milwaukie... . 
Estacada. . . . 



Milwaukie Heights 

Barlow 

i'^stacada 

Estacada 

Kstacada 



1-^stacada .... 
Oregon City.. 
Oregon City . . 
Logan Tract.. 
Canemah .... 



Milwaukie Park. 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Robertson 



Oregon City 

Oregon City Annex.. 

Oregon City 

Orchard Homes 

Oregon City Annex.. 



Milwaukie Park 

Boring Junction; exempt.. 

-Jennings Lodge 

Oregon City 

Molalla 



Marshfield 

Jennings Lodge 

W. Gladstone 

Clackamas Heights. 
Cable Acres 



Cable Acres 

Oak Grove 

Milwaukie Park. 

Cable Acres 

C.'iV>le Arrp=. . , , 



48 
1 



1,290$ 

2S 

25 

SO 

900 

1,000 
120 
240 
450 
100 



1,300 

5 

75 

20 

615 

400 

no 

160 

275 
800 

75 

250 

950 

30 

40 

200 
200 
440 
115 
30 

350 
2,170 
150 
500 
400 

370 
125 
150 
1,000 
100 

1,900 
3,000 

575 
1,250 

250 

1,400 
ISO 
ISO 
200 
175 

40 
855 
SO 
25 
90 

90 

16,550 

225 

1,200 

50 



550 
100 
925 
160 



450 

30 

200 

200 

20 

50 



500 
300 
400 

240 
50 
170 
180 
300 

600 

ISO 

90 

1,100 

300 



650$ 

ISO 

205 

ISO 

600 



25 



25 
200 



35 



300 
400 



ISO 
650 



100 
565 



900 
2,150 



500 



400 
435 
600 
ISO 

1,300 
4,100 

* 

800 
500 

800 

30 

200 

* 

810 



500 



2,525 
ISO 
90 



SO 

575 

150 
400 
250 



300 
500 
200 



200 
20 



465 



1,940$ 
175 
230 
200 

1,500 



1,000 
145 

240 
475 
300 

1,450 

5 

125 

20 

615 

400 
145 
160 
575 
1,200 

225 

250 

1,600 

30 

40 

300 

200 

1,005 

IIS 

30 

1.250 
4,320 

ISO 
1,000 

400 

370 
525 
585 
1,600 
250 

3,200 
7,100 

575 
2,050 

750 

2,200 
180 
350 
200 
985 

40 
1,355 
50 
25 
90 

90 

19,075 

405 

1,290 

50 

550 
ISO 
1,500 
160 
230 

850 

30 

450 

200 

20 

50 



800 
800 
600 

240 
50 
370 
200 
300 

1,065 
150 
90 

1,100 
300 



650$ 

ISO 

205 

ISO 

600 



25 



25 
200 



ISO 

"so 



35 



300 
400 



150 
'650 



100 
565 



900 
2.150 



500 



400 
435 
600 
ISO 

1,300 
4,100 



800 
500 

800 

30 

2