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THE MOHAVE COUNTY MINER AND OUE MINERAL WEALTH.
SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920.
Proposed Mohave County Budget
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30th 1921.
GENERAL FUND.
EXPENDITURES
Actual For Estimates for
Fast Fiscal Present Fiscal
ASSESSOR'S OFFICE:
Assessor's Salary
Chjef Deputy's Salary
Other Deputy's Salary
Office Supplies and Expense including
Traveling Expenses
Total
COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE:
Attorney's Salary
Deputy's Salary
Office Supplies and Expense
Total "
RECORDER'S OFFICE:
Recorder's Salary i
Chief Deputy's Salary
Other Deputies' Salary
Office Supplies and Expense
Total
SUPERVISORS,' OFFICE: , k.
Chairman's Salary
Member's (Two) Salary
Clerk's Salary ' '
Assistant Clerk's Salary
Printing and Publishing
Office Supplies and Expense
Total
SHERIFF'S OFFICE:
Sheriff's Salary
Chief Deputy's Salary
Other Deputiess Salary
Deputy Ranger's Salary and Expense
Special Deputies and Guards
Miscellaneous Office and Traveling
'Expense, Sheriff and Deputies
Auto Expense
Prisoners' Meals t '
Jail and Office Supplies
Total . I
&
Year
$2,400.00
1,800.00
350.00
1,776.49
6,326.49
2,500.00
429,32
551.74
3,481.06
2,400.00
1,500.00
1609.00
1,145.35
-
6,554.35
1,500.00
2,400.00
2,109.00
1,054.00
924.85
1,316.18
9,295.03
3,600.00
1,800.00
5,853.21
2,839.62
2,644.69
Year
$2,400.00
1,800.00
450.00
2,000.00
6,650.00
2,500.00
1,800.00
500.00
4,800.00
2,400.00
1,500.00
1,600.00
1,000.00
Immigration Commissioner's Salary & Exp.
Sewer Supplies and Maintenance
Advertising
County Highway Commission Salary & Expense
Coanty Garage, Mechanics, Supplies & Repairs
Miscellaneous Expenses
County Farm Expense
Chloride and Oatman Jail Expense
Total
GRAND TOTAL GENERAL FUNB
EXPENDITURES
1,000.00 1,000.00
2,370.68 3,000.00
500.00 1,000.00
3,750.00
400.00 3,000.00
1,424.95 1,500.00
225.00 300.00
175.00 300.00
10,103.14
11,150.00
113,700.82 132,900.00
OAD, FUND
ENGINEER'S OFFICE:
Engineer's 'Salary
Assistant 'Engineer's Salary
Office Supplies and Expense
Total
RECONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE:
Road and Bridge Maintenance I
Equipment and Repairs
Auto and Truck Supplies Expense
and Maintenance
Supplies and Material
Total
GRAND TOTAL ROAD FUND
EXPENDITURES
&fe.
2,825.00 3,000.00
- 2100.00
1,096.96' 400.00
3,921.96 5,800,00
27,000.00 27,500.00
9,350.42 5,000.00
2,548.33 2,700.00
8,656.96 2,000.00
47,555.71
,51,477.67
37,200.00
43,000.00
County Road Fund
County Bonds Interest & Redemption Funds
County General School Fund
County District School Fund
County High School
County Salary Fund v.
Other .Funds
Total 9294.02
SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
.. Actual For
Past Fiscal
Year
14,183.05 2,760.13
32,104.40 41,943.11
3,258.86 4,528.01
6,104.24 4,80X69
4,640.47 604.21
,'9,620.40 12,604.54
3,470.76 47,688.65
150,442.06
County General Fund
County Road. Fund
County General Bonds, Int., Redemp. & Sinking
County General School
School District Bonds, Interest & Redemption..
Special "Flu" Epidemic or Emergency Fund
Road Bonds of 1920 Interest Fund
Road Bonds of 1920 Redemption Fund
Hospital Bonds of 1920 Interest Fund
Hospital Bonds of 1920 Redemption Fund
TOTAL OF EXPENDITURES
113,700.82
51,477.67
27,148.00
50,863 00
3,964.30
15,000.00
Estimates for
Present Fiscal
Year
132,00.00
43,00000
27,648.00
70,000.00
3,844.10
15,000.00
20,000.00
2,500.00
5,500.00
1,000.00
262,153.79 321,392.10
SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS FROM ALL SOURCES
OTHER THAN DIRECT TAXATION
EXPENDITURES
Actual For Estimates for
Past Fiscal Present Fiscal
6,400.00
1,500.00
2,400.00
2,100.00
1,600.00
1,500.00
2,000.00
11,000.00
3,600.00
100.08
5,680.00
2,500.00
2,500.00
GBNERAL SCHOOL FUND
Actual For Estimates for
Past Fiscal Present' Fiscal
Year Year
PORTION TO BE RAISED
BY GENERAL COUNTY, LEVY
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE:
Superintendent's Salary
Superintendent's Traveling Expenses
Office Supplies and Institute
2,000.00
,,50.00
500.00
2,400.00
300.00
500.00
6,240.47 ' 6,420.00
2,974.27 3,000.00
792.80 1,000.00
500.00 500.00
' 4-;.
SUPERIOR COURT: ' ,
Judge's Salary
Clerk's Salary
Asistant Clerk's Salary
Reporter's Salary . .,
Probation Officer's Salary
Interpreters
Bailiffs
Juror's Fees, Mileage and Meals
Outside Judges and Indigent Witnesses
Office Supplies and Expense
Juvenile Court Expense ,
Total
TREASURER'S OFFICE:
Treasurer's Salary
Deputy Treasurer's Salary
Office Supplies and Expense
t
Total
COURT HOUSE MAINTENANCE:
Janitor's Salary
Gardner and Improvements Court Yard
Water, Lights, Fuel, Ice, Insurance
and Telephones
Repairs and Equipment Including Library
Supplies, Drayage and Miscellaneous Expense
Total
ELECTION:
Registrations
Election Officers Per Diem
Printing and Publishing
Miscellaneous Expense
Total
HEALTH DEPARTMENT:
Superintendent of Health and Deputies' Sal
aries and Expense
Indigent Supplies and Transportation
Indigent Burial
Coroner's Expense
Examination of Insane
Quarantine and Etc.
County Farm, Superintendent's Salary
County Physician's Salary and Expense
Matron, Nurses and Cook's Salary
County Farm Supplies, Repairs and Expense
27,245.06
2,000.00
2,400.00
1,275.00
1,700.00
300.00
10.00
60.35
-1,641.10
239.78
745.23
10,371.46
2,400.00
823.26
738.15
27,000.00
2,000.00
2,400.00
1,800.00
300.00
100.00
250.00
2,500.00
500.00
550.00
100.00
10,500.00
2,400.00
1,500.00
500.00
Total
COMMON SCHOOL MAINTENANCE:
District .No. 1
District No. 2
District No. 3
District No. 4 .
District No. 5 '.
District No. 6
District No. 7
District No. 8
District No. 9
District No. 10
District No. 11
District No. 12
District No. 13
District No. 14
District No. 16
District No. 17
District No. 18 ....
District No. 19 .'.
District No. 20
District No. 21
District No. 22 -
District No. 24
County Union. High School
fof-
3,961.41
1,501.67
80.00
1,493.28
920.75
711.40
4,707.10
389.10
470.00
1,012.52
,50.00
I -
1,921.52
1,618.30
7,518.49
265.00
161.65
35.00
297.90
1,200.00
1,500.00
2,915.60
8,366.26
4,400.00
1,500.00
500.00
3,000.00
3,000.00
1,500.00
9,500.00
500.00
3,000.00
3,000.00
1,000.00
7,500.00
2,000.00
7,500.00
400.00
300.00
100.00
1,000.00
1,200.00
1,500.00
3,000.00
9,000.00
2,750.00
1,000.00
860.00
1,000.00
11,785.00
900.00
900.00
860.00
850.00
900.00
900.00
4,000.00
850.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
4,600.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
900.00
1,000.00
1,800.00
8,000.00
County General Fund
County Road Fund
County General School Fund
Year
35,770.61
3,455.86
17,479.77
Year
11.600.00
3,000.00
15,850.00
3,200.00
1,275.00
1,413.00
18,182.50
1,255.00
1445.C0
1476.00
1,000.00
1,160.00
1,160.00
, 4,810.00
1,200.00
1,245.00
1,169.00
6,195.00
1,280.00
1,100.00
1,200.00
1,100.00
1,100.00
14,100.00
Total 56,706.24 30,450.00
SUMMARY OF AMOUNTS TO BE RAISED BY DIRECT TAXATION
County General Fund 77,930.21 121,300.00
County Road Fund ...... 48,021.81 40,000.00
County General Bonds .'. 27,148.00 27,648.00
County General School Fund 33,383.23 54,150.00
County School District Bonds 3,964.30 3,844.10
Special "Flu" Epidemic or Emergency Fund .... 15,000.00 15,000.00
Road Bonds of 1920 Interest Fund 20,000.00
Road Bonds of 1920 Redemption Fund 2,500.00
Hospital Bonds of 1920 Interest Fund 5,500.00
Hospital Bonds of 1920 Redemption Fund 1,000.00
SF . 1:
TOTAL TO BE RAISED BY DIRECT
TAXATION 205,447.55 i 290,942.10
The Board of Supervisors will meet on Monday, August 9th, 1920 to
hear any protest against the adoption of the proposed Budget.
There being no further business before the Board, they stand adjourned
until Monday, August 2nd, 1920.
GEO. B. AYERS,
ATTEST: Chairman Board of Supervisors, Mohave County, Arizona,. '
J. S. WIITHEBS,
Clerk Board of Supervisors, Mohave' County Arizona.,
DEPARTMENT OF THE XVTEBXOB.
Total ,' 46,285.00 62,265.50
ADDITIONAL RESERVE FUND 1,828.00 4,534.50
GRAND TOTAL GENERAL SCHOOL
FUND 50,863.00 70,000.00
MOHAVE COUNTY BUDGET
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30th, 1921.
SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS.
(RAISED BY SPECIAL DISTRICT LEVIES). ESTIMATE FOR
PRESENT FISCAL YEAR
District No. Purpose of Levy
' (Interest and Redemption)
3 Redemption $1,000.00
Interest 602.40
16 Redemption 2,000.00
Interest 241.70
TOTAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS
$3,844.10
$3,844.10
l
Total
JUSTICE COUBTi
Kingman Prect. Sal. & Exp. Justice & Constable
Oatman Prect Sal. & Exp. Justice & Constable
Owens Prect. Sal. & Exp. Justice & Constable
Chloride Prect. Sal. & Exp. Justice & Constable
Signal Prect. Sal. & Exp. Justice & Constable
Hackberry Prect. Sal. & Exp. Justice & Con.
Littlefield Prect. Sal. & Exp. Justice & Con.
Yucca Prect. Sal. & Exp. Justice & Constable
Short Creek Prect. Sal. & Exp. Justice & Con.
Goldroad Prect Sal. & Exp. Justice & Constable
Interpreters and Stenographers
Total
23,778.10 26,000.00
1,806.85 2,400.00
1,053.70 1,500.00
425.00 500.00
727.75 1,500.00
240.00 300.00
286 80 600.00
240.00 300.00
366.00 400.00
210.00 800.00
425.00 '
175.00 200.00
6,956.10 8,000.00
EXPENDITURES '
Actual For Estimates for
Past Fiscal Present Fiscal
Year Year
MISCELLANEOUS COUNTT EXPENSE:
Northern Arizona Fair Association
State Fair
Street Lighting
250.00 !jf 300.00
250.00 600.00
157.51 250.00
RECEIPTS FROM ALL OTHER SOURCES OTHER THAN
DIRECT TAXATION
Actual For Estimates for
Past Fiscal Present Fiscal
Justice Court Fees
Justice Court Fines
State School Fund Apportionment
Interest on County Deposits
Interest on Delinquent Taxes
Tax Collector's Fees
Licenses
County Farm and Hospital Receipts
Road Tax-Poll
School Tax Poll
Superior Sourt Fees
Recorder's Fees
Sheriff's Fees
United States Prisoners' Meals
Superior Court Fines
Sewer Permits
Road Boarding House
Grazing Tax
Forest Reserve
All other Sources
TOTAL RECEIPTS FROM ALL OTHER
SOURCES OTHER THAN DIRECT
TAXATION 56,706.24
DISTRIBUTION OF THE ABOVE RECEIPTS
County General Fund 35,770.61
County Road Fund 3.455.8C
County General Schol Fund 17,479.77
United States Land Office.
Serial No. 024013.
Phoenix, Arizona, July 15, 1920.
Notice Is hereby given that the Heirs
of Joel Walker, by their attorney in
fact, Raymond H. Carr, of Kingman,
Mohave County, Arizona, have filed in
this office their application to locate
under the provisions of Article 14 of the
Treaty with' the Wyandotte Nation of
Indians made and concluded on March
17, 1842. (11 Stat. 583) and Article 9
of the Treaty made and concluded Jan
uary 31. 1855, (10 Stat. 1162), the fol
lowing described land, viz:
NW 1-4 NE 1-4, Section 22, T. 18-N.,
R. 11-W., O. & S. R. M., Arizona, con
taining 40 acres.
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly the land described, or desiring to ob
ject because of the mineral character of
the land, or for any other reason, to
the disposal to applicant, should file
their affidavits of protest In this office
on or before the 30th day of August,
1920.
CHAS. E. MARSHALL,
Register.
First insertion July 31, 1920.
Last insertion Aug. 28, 1920.
SHEKJPP'S SAM
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
ON FORECLOSURE.
Plaintiff.
Year Year
177.45 300.00
446.00 , 500.00
14,981.83 13,000.00
3,476.55 3,000.00
1,301.68 500.00
654.82 250.00
255.00 200.00
188.50 100.00
1,340.00 1,500.00
1,640.00 2,000.00
2,064.25 1,500.00
5,420.10 4,000.00
1,348.30 500.00
200.00 lOQJt
350.00 300.00
230.00 150.00
2,115.86 1,500.00
19,236.25
61.94 50.00
1,317.71 1,000.00
30,450.00
11,600.00
3,000.00
15,850.00
Total
56,706.24
UNEXPENDED BALANCES. IN ALL FUNDS
30,450.00
County General Fund
June 30, 1919 June 30, 1920
19,511.84 35,612.72
I
LIVESTOCK AND RANGES
ARIZONHEW MEXICO
Range conditions show a marked
improvement during the week ending
July 27th. According to reports re
ceived by the Weather Bureau light
to heavy showers' have fallen over
practically, all of the more elevated
portions of the state, bringing relief
from the drouth conditions which
were" becoming threatening in some
localities. One of the 'immediate re
sults of the rain has been the extin
guishing of forest 'fires which have
been doing serious damage to both
timber and ranges in the north-central
portion of the' state and also
across the international boundary in
Mexico. Pinedale reports summer
grasses starting. Advices from Doug
las, where the rainfall was slightly
less than half an inch, state that more
showers are badly needed in the
mountains near that city. Cattle in
all sections are reported from "fair"
to "excellent" and "fat."
No. 1843.
JOHN BOYLE,
VS.
AGNES H. SMITH and ANSON H.
SMITH, Defendants.
Under and by virtue of an order of
sale and decree of foreclosure and sale,
issued out of the Superior Court of the
County of Mohave, State of Arizona, on
the 16th day of July, A. D. 1920, in the
above entitled action, wherein JOHN
BOYLE, the above named plaintiff, ob
tained a Decree of Foreclosure and sale
against ANSON H. SMITH and AGNES
H. SMITH, defendants, on the 22nd day
oi April, A. D. 1920 for the sum of
$3941.67, in United States gold coin, be
sides Interest and costs, which said de
cree was, on the 2nd day of April, A. D.
1920 rendered In said action, I am com
manded to sell all that certain ianrt,
property and premises, situate, lying
and being in the County of Mohave,
State of Arizona, and described as fol
lows, to-wlt: .'
The northwest (N. W.) quarter (1-4)4
01 the northeast (N. E.) quarter (1-4)
of Section twenty-five (25), Township
twenty-one (21) north, range seventeen
(17) west, (less two (2) acres In the
northeast (N. E.) corner of said tract;
Also the south half (1-2) of the north
east (N. E.) quarter (1-4) of Section
twenty-five (25), township twenty-one
(21) north, Range seventeen (17) west,
less two (2) acres nea'r the middle of
the northern line of the southeast (S.
E.) quarter (1-4) of the northeast (N.
E.) quarter (1-4) of said above describ
ed section, fronting on Ford Street,
Richard sub-division ;
Also south half (1-2) of Section twenty-five
(25) Township twenty-ona (SI)
north, Range seventeen (17) west, G. &
S. R. M., said tracts of land contain
ing a total of four hunderd thirty six
(436) acres,
together with all and singular the tene
ments, hereditaments and appurtenances
thereunto belonglngi or in anywise ap
pertaining. Public notice is hereby given that on
the 9th day of August, A. D. 1920, at
10 o'clock A. M. of that day, in front
of the court house door of the County
of Mohave, ,1 will. In obedience to said
order of sale and decree of foreclosure
and sale, sell the above described prop
erty, or so much thereof as may be nec
essary to satisfy said Judgment, with
interest and costs, eta, to the highest
and best bidder for cash.
Dated July 16, -1920.
W. P. MAHONEY,
Sheriff.
By JAMES CURTIN,
Deputy Sheriff.
1st insertion Juiy it .
Last insertion Aug. 6.
BEE VICTIM'S FLIVVER
AIDS STUNG DRIVER
Charles W. Blake, Chino rancher,
never swears at his flivver. As a re
sult, that faithful and intelligent ve
hicle defended him from attack yes
terday with all the zeal and cunning
of a pet tigress.
Blake, accompanied by the flivver,
was exploring his irrigated land.
Suddenly, from nowhere, apparently,
a swarm of bees assailed the unhappy
pair.
The flivver, unmindful of its own
comfort, did the best thing it could
think of under the circumstances.
With rare presence of mind, it made
for the nearest tree, and crashed into
it Blake, made with bee stings, was
thrown out of the car, landing in the
soft mud of an irrigation ditch. The
water drove away the bees. The mud
relieved the pain of the stings.
The flivver is to be rewarded with
a brand new radiator.
NOTICE.
To Whom It May Concern:
Do not give any credit on my ac
count to Cora Hoffman or Mrs. Wm.
Hoffman, my wife, as she has left
me and my home.
WM. HOFFMAN.
A woman whose stocking was her
bank lost all her savings when her
garter broke. That comes of bank
ing in an institution not under the
supervision of a bank examiner. Ex.
ft
Personal Degrees
in tne scnooi or experience sor
spots serve as a diploma, Baltimcr
Jjsun.
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