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THE COCONINO SUN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER.22, 1922
HOW THE NATIONAL FOREST FUND
IS TO BE DIVIDED AMONG COUNTIES
Mention was made a few days ago
of the receipt by the governor of a
check from the department of agri
culture of more than $103,000, Ari
zona's revenue from the national for
ests for the year, of which $69,548.75
was to be apportioned among the
County Reserve. No. Acres.
Apacho Apache 463,220
Sitgreaves .... 42,869
Cochise Coronado . 493,698
Coconino Coconino ....1,333,175
Gila Crook 318,840
Graham Crook 397,099
Greenlee Apache 773,445
Maricopa Crook 2,300
Mohavo Dixie 17,680
Navajo Sitgreaves ...389,239
Pima Coronado ....385,075
Pinal Coronado 24,558
Santa Cruz Coronado 411,510
Yavapai Coconino 436,032
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY
In the District Court of the United
States for the District of Arizona.
In the mattery' of Henry S. Perry,
To the creditors of Henry S. Perry
of Parks, in the County of Coconino,
and district aforesaid, a bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that on the
14th day of September, A. D., 1922,
the said Henry S. Perry was duly ad
judicated bankrupt; and that the first
meeting of his creditors will be held
at the office of X. N. Steeves, Wil
liams, -Arizona, before the Referee in
Bankruptcy, on the 3rd day of Octo
"ber, A. D., 1922, at 10:00 o'clock in
the forenoon, at which time the said
creditors may attend, prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine the
bankrupt and transact such other bus
iness as may properly come before
EDGAR H. LOVERIDGE,
Referee in Bankruptcy,
Dated Setember 18th, 1922. 9-22-lt
counties in the proportion of the area
of the forests lying within them, the
balance to go to the state school
fund. The apportionment was to be
made by the state auditor in which
office the following compilation was
NOTICE OF CONTEST
Serial No. 032555. Contest No. 5568
Department of the Interior, United
States Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona,
September 15, 1922.
To Gustavo Contreras of Williams,
You are hereby notified that Leo
Samuelson ,who gives Williams, Ari
zona, as his post-office address, did
on 191 , file in
this office his duly corroborated ap
plication to contest and securo the
cancellation of your Homestead Entry
No. 032555, Serial No. 032555, made
March 2, 1922, for Lots 1-2-3-4, E
W and E, Section 18, Township
23-N, Range 2-E, G. & S. R. B. &
Meridian, and as grounds for his con
test he alleges that Gustavo Contre
ras has failed to comply with the
homestead laws, in fact he has failed
to establish residence on said land and
has failed to improve or cultivate the
same, and further, said land was not
filed on for a home but for specula
tion purposes and said entryman has
fully abandoned said land and left the
county and his present address is un
known. You are, therefore, further notified
that the said allegations will be ta-
Rate Per Acre. Amount Total.
.003913218 $ 1,812.68 $
.002689693 115.30 1,927.98
.006626257 149.72 2,818.61
.008877403 9,935.44 23,487.42
.005871326 7,817.19 9,929.91
.006626257 2,631.28 2,631.28
.003913218 3,026.66 3,026.66
.005871326 2,920.49 4,093.35
.001141254 15.29 49.03
.002689693 1,046.94 1,046.94
.005517683 2,124.73 2,125.73
.005871326 345.82 1,471.24
.005517683 2,270.58 2,270.58
.008877403 1,588.45 14,671.03
ken as confessed, and your said entry
will be cancelled without further
right to be heard, either before this
office or on appeal, if you fail to file
in this office within twenty days after
the FOURTH publication of this no
tice as shown below, your answer, un
der oath, specifically responding to
these allegations of contest, together
with due proof that you served a
copy of your answer on the said con
testant either in person or by regis
You should state in your answer thfc
name of the post-office to which you
desire future notices to be sent to
JOHN K. TOWLES,
Date of first publication, Sept 22,
1922: date of second -publication. Sep
tember 29, 1922; late of third publi
cation, Oct. 6, 1922; date of -fourth
publication, October 13, 1922.
SUMMONS NO. 1834
In the Superior Court of the State
of Arizona, in and for the County of
Eleanor Sackville, Plaintiff, vs.
William Sackville, Defendant.
In the name of the State of Ari
zona, to William Sackville, Defendant,
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to appear in an action brought
against you by the above named plain
tiff in the Superior Court of the
State of Arizona, in and for the
County of. Coconino, and answer
the Complaint therein filed with
the Clerk of this said Court, at
Flagstaff, in said County, within
twenty days after the service
upon you of the Summons, if
served in this said County, or in all
other cases within thirty days there
after, the times above mentioned be
ing exclusive of the day of service, or
judgment by default will be taken
Given under my hand and the seal
of the Superior Court of the State of
Arizona, in and for the county of Co
conino, this 18th day of September,
A. D., 1922.
TOM L. REES.,
(Seal) Clerk of the Superior Court.
Office of the Board of Supervisors, Flagstaff, Arizona, September 5, 1922.
Pursuant to law the Board met today. Present: Chairman Garing, Mem
bers Campbell and Rityenhouse, County Attorney Gold, Clerk Francis and
Asst. Clerk Benedict.
The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved.
The following bills were audited and the Clerk authorized and directed
to issue warrants to the proper persons, drawn upon the proper funds, for
payment of same:
Salary Pay Roll
Salary Pay Roll
University of Arizona
M. J. Riordan
R, J. Prochnow
Salary, 1-15 $2,087.49
i Salary, 15-31 3,311.99
Salary, Co. Extension 125.00
Expense, O. D. R. Acct. 6.98
Expense,, Ass'd. Claims 2,028.05
Expense, Services 47.50
Expense, Services 21.00
Expense, Ref. Taxes 74,55
Notice to Taxpayers
The 1922 Tax Rolls are now in my office and
taxes for 1922 are now due and first installment
will become delinquent November 7, 1922.
.County Treasurer and ex-Off icio Tax Collector.
1839 Mrs. E. L. Hinton
1840 Ana Frohmiller
1841 Mrs. Albert Allen
1842 W. A. Campbell
1843 Fred Garing
1844 W. H. Campbell
1845 Western Union Tel. Co.
1846 James Lane
1847 Union Oil Co.'
1848 Wm. A. O'Brien
1849 Elsie Linn
1950 P. P. Schroeder
1851 J. J. Waldhaus
1852 Joe Bender
1853 E. B. Raudebaugh
1854 Jack Fuss
1855 F. M. Gold
1856 F. M. Gold
1857 E. H. Wheat
1858 Crane & Co.
1859 G. F. Manning, Jr.
1860 Western Union Tel. Co.
1861 Heinze Bowen Harrington
1862 C. D. Sanderson
1863 Johnson McConkey
1864 Standard Oil Co.
1865 J. E. Jones
1866 Mrs. A. J. Stewart
1867 Breen-Lewis Drug So.
1868 Frank Harrison
1869 Flag. Elec. Light Co.
1870 F. E. Brooks
1871 E. C. Valerius
1872 Wilson & Coffin
1873 Crane & Co.
1874 Tom L. Rees
1875 Dr. M. G. Fronske
1876 Dan W. Francis
1877 L. A. Rubber Stamp Co.
1878 Babbitt Bros.
1879 Karl Klaus Co.
1880 Bowman & Co.
1881 Mrs. L. H. Flagler
1882 Crane & Co.
1883 Jim Fry
1884 Burrough Adding Machine
1885 Haden Church
1886 Babbitt Bros.
1887 C. Y. Campbell
1888 Western Union
1889 C. A. Black
1890 James Kennedy
1891 J. J. Waldhaus
1892 Payson Com'l. & Trust Co,
1893 O, B. Raudebaugh
1894 Mrs. F. O. Allen
1895 Mt. States Tel. Co.
1896 S. J. Nauenz
1897 Flag. Lbr. Co.
1898 L. E. Hart
1899 John B. Avelar
1900 Williams News
1901 J. C. Brown
1902 Coconino Sun
1903 C. E. Boyce
1904 Duffy Bros.
1905 Babbitt Bros.
1906 Rex Goble
1907 Lt. Delivery Co.
1908 W. H. Switzer
1910 F& A. M. Lodge No. 7
1911 White Garage
1912 Remington Type. Co.
1913 Town of Williams
1914-19 Out Door Reliefs
1920-32 Mary Mullen et al
1933 Wm. Beeson
1934 Wm. Beeson
2482-83 B. Butcher et al
2484-85 Earl Pendergrass et al
2486 Harry Duggan t
2487 A. R- Carr
2488-92 C. A. Green et al
2493 Tom Matter
2494 D. O'Brien
2495-96 E. McClain et al
2497-2501 John Lawson et al
2502 Merrel Dwiggins
2503-12 C. H. Rogers et al
2513-26 William Hicklin et al
2527-28 H. F. Cushman et al
2529-32 Roy Owenby et al
2533-36 F. R. Goodman et al
2537 Earl Gardner
2538 Jack Gardner
2539-42 W. H. Lockridge et al
2543 C. McCormack
2544-45 J. D. Stallsmith et al
2546-47 A. B. Powers et al
2548-66 J. D. Tannehill et al
2567-88 Harry Wade et al
2589 Lee Vishno
2590 Donald Chisholm
2591-94 Frank Hough et al
2595 B. Groves
2596 D. V. Lawson
2597 W., Carlos
2598 Chas. Allen
2599-00 A. Edgar et al
2601-03 W. Campbell et al
2604 S. C. Black
2605-08 J. C. Huls et al
2609 James Girand
2610 J. D. Tannehill
2611-12 Roy Owensby ct al
2613 D. O'Brien
2614-19 E. A. Baker et al
2620-32 J. D. Tannehill et al
2633-43 Dave Broiller et al
2644-51 C. H. Rogers et al
2652-54 Peer' Francis et al
2655-58 John Lawson et al
2659-62 Roy Owensby et al
2663 Jack Gardner
2664-66 F. R. Goodman et al
2667-97 Harry Wade et al
2698-01 E. McLain et al
2792-09 W. Hicklin et al
2710-20 W. Hicklin et al
2721 A. T. & S. F. Ry. Co.
2722 C. E. Moore
2723-24 H, F. Cushman et al
2725-26 H. F. Cushman et al
2727 E. M. Chamber
2728 C. McCormack
2729-32 C. A. Green et al
Expense, Ind. Trans. 40.00
Expense, Postage 5.00
Expense, O. D. R. 20.00
Expense, Adv. Ex. 1,000.00
Expense, Expense 7.50
Expense, Expense 6.00
Expense, Expense 56.43
Expense, Reg. 3.20
Expense, Supplies 54.93
Expense, Reg. 3.60
Expense, Reg. 6.25
Expense, Reg. 4.20
Expense, Supplies 62.80
Expense, Pris. Meals 281.85
Expense, Services 20.00
Expense, Services 4.75
Expense, Expense 30.00
Expense, Expense 26.20
Expense, Comm. 16.53
Expense, Supplies 10.57
Expense, Expense 64.00
Expense, Services 3.75
Expense, Supplies 4.65
Expense, Expense 30.00
Expense, O. D. R. 15.00
Expense, Supplies 567.09
Expense, Expense 5.88
Expense, O. D. R. 6.00
Expense, Supplies 23.25
Expense, Transcripts 217.20
Expense, Light 102.30
Expense, Supplies 254.21
Expense, Services 15.00
Expense, Supplies 82.55
Expense, Supplies 22.58
Expense, Expense 3.35
Expense, Services 30.00
Expense, Expense 4.25
Expense, Supplies 10.96
Expense, Supplies 3.25
Expense, Supplies 26.82
Expense, Supplies 61.50
Expense, O. D. R. 5.00
Expense, Supplies 30.3 J
Co. Expense, Services
Expense, Refund Taxes
Expense, Bond Prem. Supplies
Expense, O. D. R.
Expense, Auto Acct
Expense, Ass'd. Claim
Expense, Auto Hire
Expense, Elec. Supplies
Expense, O. D. R.
Expense, Auto Acct
Expense, Auto Acct
Expense, Light and Water
Expense, O. D. R.
, Read, Labor
Road, Services ,
Road, Labor '
Road, Labor '
Road, Labor ,
2733-50 J. D. Tannehill et al
2751 S. II. Walker
2752 Rex Goble
2753 Lightning Delivery Co.
2754 Bert Lauzon
2755 Bert Lauzon
2750 W. S. Wood ,
2757 W. H. Switzer
2758 Wilson & Coffin
2759 C. A. Black
2760 J. D. Tannehill f
2761 McNeil Co. ,
2762 Jerry Johnson
2763 White Garage v
2764 W .H. Switzer
2765 Duffy Bros. v(
2766 F. E. Brooks
2767 A. L. & T. Lbr. Co.
2768 Remington Typewriter Co.
2769 H, A. Samsky
2770 L. F. Wesley
2771 A. L. & T. Lbr. Co..
2772 White Garage
2773 Williams Garage
2774 Babbitt Bros.
2775 Johnson & McConkey
2776 Flag. Lbr. Co.
2777 Austin West Road Mach. Co.
2778 A. L. Young Mach. Co.
2779 Union Oil Co.
2780 H. C. Legg Co.
2781 Saginaw & Manistee Lbr. Co.
2782 Holt Mfg. Co.
2783 A. L. & T. Lbr. Co.
2784 W. M. Wilson
2786 Jack O'Brien
2787 Saginaw-Manistee Lbr. Co.
?788 J. J. Waldhaus
'1189 J. R. Lawson
2790 Saginaw & Manistee Lbr. Co.
Road, Supplies '
Road, Auto Acct
Road, Supplies "
Road, Caterpillar Instal.
Road, Labor 41.60
Road, Supplies 15.48
Road, Auto Acct 43.15
Road, Expense 6.05
Road, Supplies 2.52
The report of the Recorder for August, 1922, showing the collection of
fees to the amount of $21.15 was chocked with Treasurer's receipt and same
The Report of the Clerk Superior Court for August, 1922, showing the
collection of fees, etc., to the amount of $224.25 was checked with Treasurer's
receipt and same approved.
The Expense report of the Sheriff for August, 1922, showing the expen
ditures of $821.61 and a refund to the Treasurer of $171.39 was checked and
The Civil Report of the Sheriff for August, 1922, showing the collection
of fees to the amount of $23.10 was checked with Treasurer's receipt and ap
proved. The Report of the Assessor for August, 1922, showing the collection of
State and County taxes to the amount of $488.72, was checked with Treas
urer's receipt and same approved.
The Toll Report of the Custodian Bright Angel Trail for August, 1922,
showing the collection of tolls to the amount of $899.00 was checked with
Treasurer's receipt and approved.
The assignment of the Geo. H. Crosby, Jr., contract to J. E. Jones et al
The Bond of Geo. S. Patten, Constable Williams Precinct, in the amount
of $1000.00 was approved.
The Report of the Supt County Hospital for August, 1922, showing num
ber of indigents housed and cared for was approved.
The Report of the County Supt of Health for August, 1922, showing
number of indigents cared for was approved.
The Report of the County Physician for August, 1922, showing number
of indigents cared ior was-approved.
The Report of the Justice of Peace, Flagstaff Precinct, for August, 1922,
showing the collection of fees to the amount of $6.60, fines to the amount of
$30.00 were checked with treasurer's receipt and same approved.
A petition asking that the office of Deputy Sheriff in the Fredonia dis
trict be eliminated was referred to the Sheriff.
The Report of the Treasurer for August, 1922, showing receipts of $24,
126.98, Disbursements jof $33,227.26, balance on hand of $333,881.54, distrib
uted to the various funds and same approved.
There being no further business, adjournment was made until October
DAN W. FRANCIS, Clerk.
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