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THE WILLIAflS NEWS
3 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Rate of Taxation for County Purpose, $3.90 om tb SI 00 Valuation. Territorial Rate. SI. 17. The board of supervisors met Mon lay, Aug. 26, and made the tax levy for the year 1901. The county rate is 3.90 on the f 100 valuation for ter ritorial and county purposes. In addition to this there is 20 cents on the f 100 valuation in the Flagstaff and Williams school dis tricts, making the rate in these places 14.10. The purposes of the taxation are as follows: TERRITORIAL. Territorial general fund, par. 3S31, R. S. 1901 35 Territorial insane asylum in terest fund, par. 3615, R. S. 1901 10 Territorial normal school fund, par. 3702, R. S. 1901 05 Territorial school fund, par. 2246, R. S. 1901 .03 Territorial reform school fund, par. 3762, R. S. 1901 05 University fund, par. 3652, R. S. 1901 06 Northern Arizona normal school fund, par. 3718, R. S. 1901 025 Prison fund, par. 3G01. R. S. 1901 12 Ranger fund, par. 3229, R. S. 1901 0o Redemption fund, par. 3615, R. S. 1901 035 Capitol building fund, Act No. 35, Laws 1901 035 Interest world fair londs, Act 103, Laws 1891 005 I 'a pi to 1 interest fund. Act 9. Laws 1897. . 02 Territorial interest fund, R. S. 2047 and Act of Congres. 1890 14 Territorial prison improve ment fund. - Act 14. Laws 1901 5 Normal school of Arizona dor matorv fund, ar. 399, R. s. 1901 02 Northern Arizona normal school fund, ar. 3719, R. S. 1901 01 Insane asylum improvement fund, Act 62, Laws 1901 . . . .03 University interest fund. ar. 3663, K. S. 1901 005 Total.. 11.17 XCNTV. Interest on funded inlelt-l- ness 39 tkunty roads 10 Uounty school 50 County court house bonded interest 10 General fund 1.64 Total county 2.73 Total countv ami territorial. $3.90 Territorial Assessment. The total valuation by counties, as shown by the following table, is $38,853,831.37, an increase of $5,071,365.38: Apache $ 939,368.23 Cochise ... 7,498,407.43 Coconino 2,063,010.10 Gila 1,339,011.52 Graham 2.946,736.52 Maricopa 9,578,083.00 Mohave 1,022,692.40 Navajo 1,317,186.18 Pima 3,576,893.46 Pinal 1,782,312.89 Santa Cruz 1,414,366.55 Yavapai 4,348,148.34 Yuma 1,027,614.73 You get the best job printing at the Nkws office. A Line From Nick Stark. The News this week received a letter from C. Nick Stark, formerly well known here as "Snake Editor." Nick seems to be doing well, and among other thing mentioned the marriage of Ward Thomas, also formerly of the News, as follows: "Discouraged and disheartened, Ward Thomas, formerly band mas ter and expert leer tester of Will liams, committed suicide at Springer, New Mexico, by hanging himself on the (h) altar of matri mony. The enclosed clipping from the Springer Sentinel will give de tails of the horrible affair": MARRIED. Everybody was expecting such to hapjten, yet it was a surprise to them all, when on Saturday even ing, the 27th, Ward Thomas, of this place, and Mrs. L. B. Clarke, of Las Vegas, were married by the Rev. B. F. Baker at the M. E. parsonage. Unly a few intimate friends were present. After the happy event they retired to the residence of Mr. and Mr. A. Sever, where they were treated to an ele gant supper and then departed for their home on Cimarron avenue, where they were pleasantly sur prised to find the Springer Concert band, all decked out in their best, ready to play some of their best se lections, which they did to the de light of all, for the boys blew as as they never blew before, after which the groom thanked them in a few well chosen words. Both of these worthy young jeo- ple have the well wishes of their many friends in this community. May happiness and success In? their lot through life. W. C. Maddux, representing the Mutual Life Insurance company, stopped over in the city Thursday on his return trip from the east. POLSON BROS General Merchandise A Complete Line of Ladies' and Men's Shoes, and Cents' Furnishing Goods Just Arrived Store at WAREHOUSE POLSON BROS J. P. PARKER e. n. Twrrrv Twitty & Parker DEALERS IN GENERAL flERCH ANDISE. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, QENTS FURNISHINO QOODS j jk jk j BOOTS AND SHOES Wr are loratml trmporaiilr In the flrat MorynfODO FELLOWS' HALL, vbrra we will be pleased to watt on all of our oll cuUwn, and a many new one aa rare to rome. until our new building la finished on Williams Avenue. The best iroods and courteous treatment guar teed all. FIRST-CLASS BAKERY IN CONNECTION JOB JOHNSTON S- 4- OKRHY8HIHE llifams Jfcarctivare and fStatoneri Co. Everything in General Notions Complete Line of Hardware Bicycles, Crockery Glassware, Lamps Stationery, Books and Magazines The lamest line of Karalo Rue at Blanketa. Grand Canyon Views. Curia ind Fruits, Nuts, Fine Candies. The Parker ""7 v-urre ana w aterman fountain Pens. Butterick and Klandard Patterns.