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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1915
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, MARICOPA
COUNIY. STATE OF ARIZONA
'Continued From Page Two)
4305 J. H. Baker. Gardener 749 100.00
4:!dG C. W. Johnstone,. J. F. T 150.00
43ii7 P. P. Parker, J. P 751 133.33
43HS E. P. Carr, J. P. Tempe 752 66.60
4:;0 Geo. S. Irwin, .1. P. Mesa 75:1 G6.6U
4310 K T. Patterson, J. P. Glcndale 7i4 50.00
4311 John Riggs, J. P. AVickenburg 755 25.00
4312 1. H. Parkman, J. P. Buckeye 756 40.00
1313 L.' H. Richards, J. P. Gila Bend 757 15.00
4:U4 A. L. Brown, J. P. Sentinel 758 15.00
4315 Arthur E. Price, J. P. Chandler 759 41.66
4316 Joe Bush. Interpreter 760 100.00
4317 J. T. Murphy, Constable 761 125.00
4318 M. A. Ivy, Constable 762 125.00
4319 R. C. Estrada, Constable 763 62.50
4320 AV. A. Burton, Constable "C4 62.50
4321 J. A. Itudd, Corstable 765 50.00
4322 I.' B. Wood, Constable 766 25.00
4323 K. W. Keene, Constable 767 25.00
4324 A. P. Hill, Sunt. Poor Farm 768 125.00
Mrs. Manuel Rivera
EXPENSE FUND
RELIEF TO INDIGENT.
4325 Harry Xevin-
4326 Lorenzo Rosas
4327 Dolores Venezuela
4328 John Silverhart
4329 Mrs. D. AV. llonnell
4330 Sara Banks
4331 Paul South
4332 Mrs. J. M. Chandler
4333 Mrs. A. Park 3328
4334 J. W. Eddie
4335 Jesus Oliveres
4.136 Antonio Perez
4337 Mrs. Naomi Thompson
4328 Mrs. l.eon Vega .;
4339 James V. Anderson..
4340 Guadalupe Bernal ....
4341 Mrs. V. James
4342 Alberta Candelaria ...
4343
4344
4345
4 346
4347
4348
4349
4350
4351
4352
4353
4354
4355
4356
4 357
4358
4359
4360
4361
4362
4363
4364
4365
4366
4367
Mrs. S. A. Edwards
Mrs. V. II. Dais
Amanda Harvey . . .
Pauline Anderson . .
Mrs. E. E. Yerue .
W'm. Hoenicke . . . .'.
H. G. Smith
R. Maldonado .
Rosario Morales
William Nolan
Delfina Vidal ,
Marta Corona ,
R. R. Nelson .
ilrs. Ida Ruduma
Jos. Duer
J. J. Schall ....
John Lambert .
Ysabel Salazar
3320 15.00
3321 15.00
3322 12.00
3323 10.e0
3324 10.00
3325 10.0C
3326 10.00
3327 10.00
3328 10.00
3320 10.00
3330 10.00
3231 10.00
3332 10.00
3333 10.00
3334 10.00
3335 10.00
3336 10.00
3337 10.00
3338 10.00
3339 10.00
3340 10.00
8341 10.00
3342 9.00
3343 " 9.00
3344 9.00
3345 9.0.)
3346 7.50
3347 7.50
3348 7.50
3349 7.50
3350 7.50
3351 7.50
3352 7.50
3353 7.50
3354 7.50
3355 7.50
3356 7.50
3357 7.00
335S 5.00
3359 5.00
3360 5.00
3361 5.00
3262 7.50
BONDS APPROVED.
The Chairman reported that he had this day approved the Bond of An
drew L. Brown as Notary Public, with Fidelity and Deposit Company as
surely.
On motion and by unanimous vote the Board passed and adopted the
following resolution:
ROAD DEED TO G. H. ADAMS.
Whereas, heretofore, under date of April 16, 1910, G. H. Adams and wifo
did make, execute anil record a quit claim deed purporting to convey to the
County of Maricopa, in consideration of $1.00, all the lands and premise
hereafter described, with the intent that said lands might be used as a pub
lic road, and
Whereas, the said conveyance was never accepted by the County, was
never used as a public read, and no road was ever laid out upon the prem
ises hereinafter described.
Now Therefore, it is ordered that the said premises be re-conveyed to
the said G. H. Adam, and the Chairman and Clerk of this Board are hereby
directed 'to execute &nd deliver to the said G. H. Adams a emit claim deed
to all the right, tide, claim, and demand of Maricopa County in and to the
South twenty-fnc feet df NAVtf Section Two, Township one North, Range
three East.
SALE OF DISTRICT NO. 8 BONDS.
On motion and by unanimous vote the Board passed and adopted the
following resolution:
Whereas, this Board did heretofore, to-wit: on the 22nd Anv nf Tnn
1914, by resolution, duly passed and adopted, sell to the Salt River Valley'!4518
t-anK, or Mesa, Anzonu, the Bonus of School Distrirt Number Eight of Mari- "l
copa County, in the sum of f20.000.00, and a premium of $312.50, said Bonds 4520
to hear interest at the rate of az per annum, and .. 4521
Whereas, the said Salt River Valley Bank has refused to consummate 4522
said purchase, but have offered to take the said Bonds at par with a prem- 4523
ium of $156.25, said Bonds to bear interest at 5'.i per annum the said 4524
bonds to be paid for as follows: $6000.00 on November 1st. 1914. 15000 on nn 425
December 1st, 1914, and $9000.00 on January 1st, 1915, and
Whereas, the trustees of said District Number Eight have requested this
Board to accept the said offer.
Now Therefore, it is ordered that the said sale be consummated in ac
cordance with the above offer of the Salt River Valley Bank.
AUDIT OF CLAIMS.
The Board audited and. allowed the following claims which were ordered
4422
4423
4424
4425
4426
4427
4428
4429
4430
4431
4432
4433
4434
4435
4436
4437
4438
4439
4440
4441
4442
4443
4444
4445
4446
4447
4448
4449
4450
4451
4452
4453
4454
4455
4456
4457
4458
4459
4460
4461
4462
4463
4464
4465
4466
4467
4468
4469
4470
4471
4472
4473
4474
4475
4476
4477
4478
4479
4480
4481
44S2
44 83
4484
4485
44S6
4487
4488
4489
4490
4491
4492
4493
4494
4495
4496
4497
4498
4499
4500
4501
4502
4503
4504
4505
4506
4507
4508
4509
4510
4511
4512
4513
4514
4515
4516
4517
A. G. Buck ....
Geo. II. Winkle'
T. D. Fagan
Jessie Parry
3414
3415
3416
3417
George Tuttle 3418
DETENTION HOME.
Bert O. Brown, Supplies 3419
Ezra W. Thayer, Rent of Nursery 3420
Crittenden Home, Expense 3421
Dorris-Heyman Co., Supplies S422
H. G. Edwards, Supplies 3423
Boston Store, Supplies 3424
Boston Tea & Coffee Co., Supplies 3425
Mrs. Jean Simpson, Expense ....... 3426
Bon Ton Grocer Co., Supplies '. 3427
James G. Simpson, Labor 3428
Bertram Bios. Elec. Co., Supplies 3429
M. Goldwater Bros Supplies 3430
D. H. Burtis, Supplies, Commisisoner of Immigration.. 3431
Arizona Magazine, Advertising, County Fair 3432
A. J. Chandler, Expense 3433
BOUNTY.
Mrs. A. M. Johnson
Al Hawley
AA'. R. Henry
J. H. Knight
W. H. Rheiner
D. J. Perry
Antonio Fembres
Troy E. Turney
A. Z. Menard
Abel Tizerado
Oliver '". Avis
3i34
3435
3436
.3437
3428
3439
3440
3441
3442
3443
3444
Joe Borelas 3445
Foster Wilson 3446
J. R. Henry 3447
Joe Hand 3448
Carol Springer i 3449
R. C. Turner 3450
Mrs. James Cassidy 3451
Albert Keene 3452
T. C. Menard , 3453
W. L. Hinson 3454
Earl Sutter '. 3455
R. C. McCon.b S456
Leo Sine 3457
G. Louis 8458
F. S. Knight 3459
F. B. Bordyke 3460
Sherman Moore 3461
W. L. Bentley 3462
Jose Cananiares 3463
W. Bland 3464
Elijah Allen 3465
T. C. Menard 3466
C. E. Lee 3467
Ramon Saleya 3468
TV. H. Ketron 3469
Gorgonio Feliz 3470
V. M. Cordova 3471
E. C. Bausch .
Pedro Garcia .
"Willie Poynor
Roscoe Henry .
M. A. Ivy
Geo. Rivers . . .
Chas. Pavliista
3472
3473
3474
3475
3476
3477
3478
paid:
Claim NO.
EXPENSE FUND.
4371 McNeil Co., Office Supplic3
4372 Overland Auto Co., Supervisors Expense .
4373 F. B. Baptist Co., Office Supplies
4374 M. D. Deaton, Court House Supplies .'.
4375 Hurley Market, Supplies Institutions
4376 R. A. Higgins, Supplies Institutions
4377 D. H. Burtis, Supplies Institutions
4378 Arizona Laundry Co.. Services Institutions
4379 Ezra W. Thayer, Supplies Institutions
4380 Phoenix Tent & Awning Co. Superior Court
4381 Owl Drug Co., Court. House Expense ,
4382 Arizona Pub. Co., Printing
4383 Jennie Smith, Expense Supervisors
4384
4385
436
4387
4388
4389
4390
M. S. Grau, Supervisors Expense '.
Geo. Hageman Co., Expense Supervisors
Motor Supply Co., Transportation
Motor Supply Co., Supplies Supervisors
J. E. Rowlands. Supervisors Expense ...
J. D. Adams. Sheriff Expense .
Warrant Amount
Number
. 3363 $2,729.30 :
. 3364 101.45
. 3365 ' 74.10
. 3366 - 84.60
. 3367 57.76
. 3368 53.55
. 3369 16.40
. 3370 14.15
.. 3371 13.04
. . 3372 8.75
. . 3373 8.23
. . 3374 78.59
.. 3375 J00.90
.. 337S 100.00
.. 3377 96.25
. . 3378 " 7.0
.. 3379 4.00
. . 3380 50.00
. . 3381 966.23
. . 3382 779.70
.. 3383 10.50
. . 3384 ' 26.80
.. 3385 15.40
.. 3386 12.00
4391 Unecda Towel Co., Sheriff Expense
4392 Valenzuela Brothers, Sheriff Supplies
4393 S J. Michelson, Supplies Prisoners ,
4394 Geo. Hurst, Jail Supplies
unn waxmngton St. Garage, Sheriff Expense 3387
4396 W. L. VanDoren, Sheriff Expense 3388
4397 J. M. Stewart, Expense Sheriff 3389
4398 B. L.- Rudderow, Co. Atty. Expense 3390
4399 H. R. Person. Co. Atty. Expense 3391
4400 E. W. Powers, Co. Atty. Expense 3392
4401 Dorris-Heyman Co., Co. Atty. Expense ' 3393
4402 R. C. Estrada, Co. Atty. Expense 3394
4403 C. M. Candy, Co. Atty. Expense 3395
4404 Sweitzer & Baldwin Safe Co., Treasurer's Expense... i 3396
4405 Geo. A. Macdonaid, Jury Certificates 3397
4406 Chandler Arizonan, Printing Treasurer 3398
4407 Vernon L. Vaughn, Recorder Expense ' 3399
4408 P. Minor, Recorder Expense 3400
4409 Gazette Pub. Co., Expense -Sup. Court 3401
4410 F. C. Norris, Bailiff 3402
4411 J. W. Graham, Bailiff 3403
4412 Columbia Carbon Co.. Supplies Ct. Court' Reporter... 3404
4413 Geo. A. Macdonaid, Jury Certificates 3405
4414 Golden Rule Chop House, Jur Meals 3406
,4415 Chas. Wafzlfier, Juror Expense 3407
4416 Roy Moirell, Juror' Expense 3408
JURY FEES
4417 Albert Lopez . . . . . 3409
4418 Burk Miller : , 3410
4419 Fred Schraeder , 3411
4420 Frank Anderson , : 3412
4421 W. R. Lewis 3413
165.20
30.50
6.60
129.20
40.00
31.80
18.00
13.50
3.00
925.00
20.00
2.50
r 22.75
10.00
5.40
21.00
21.00
21.40
605.J0
' 25.40
1.50
1.50
L. L. Hudson , S479
O. N. Thornton 3430
Jerry Sullivan 3481
Kemper Marley 3482
Chas. Dickens 3483
Geo. Roseveare 3484
Alex Seargeant 3485
S. F. Murphy 3486
Sam McClure 3487
Harrv Schultz 3488
L. Mclntyr 3489
S. C. Scull 3490
Frank LeMont 3491
M. C. Browning 3492
Raymond Sieges 3493
J. H. Kerstlens 3494
B. W. Stone 3495
Mrs. Mattie Minter 3496
W. H. Miller 3497
Orval A. Robertson 3498
O. H. Spring 3499
A. J. Kuban 3500
J. W. Miller 3501
Mrs. Joe Cassidy 3502
O. S. Stewart 35J3
Raymond Kleck 3504
C. E. Kirkpatrick r 3505
Rex Nordyke 3506
G. W. Artis 3507
Dotiglas Cage 3508
L. E. Fast 3509
C. Stannard 3510
Earl A. Johnson 3511
W. E. Nickell 351!
E. B. Case 3513
Albert Attaway 3514
H. O. Lyman '. 3513
Leon White 3516
A. P. Diller 3517
ELECTION EXPENSE.
4526 Edith Jacobs, Registration 3518
4527 W. H. Linville, Registration 3519
4528 L. J. Holzworth. Registration ...1 3520
4529 Virgil King. Registration 3521
4530 J. Elmer Johnson, Registration 3522
4531 Ed. L. Pomeroy, Registration 3523
4532 L- Eichenbroner, Registration 3524
4533 Mrs. J. Ryan, Registration 3524
4534 L. R. McDonald. Registration 3526
4535 Lee Pafford, Registration , 3527
4536 F. V. N. Dana, Registration 3528
4537 H. E. Kell, Registration 3629
4538 AV. C. Hedgpeth, Registration 3530
4,539 AV. AV. Catlin Co., Supplies 3531
4540 R. F. Schaffer, Registration 3532
4541 Thos. B. Black, Registration 3533
4542 Henry N. Cox, Registration 3534
1543 L. Frye, Registration 3535
4544 J. W. Heffner, Registration 3536
4545 T. J. Hilliard, Registration 3537
I 4546 L. H. Richards, Registration 3538
4547 L. Shade, Registration 3539
4548 Rosel Cooley, Registration 3540
4549 A. L. Brown, Registration 3541
4550 C. S. Berryman, Registration 3542
4551 J. Elmer Johnson, Registration 3543
COURT HOUSE EXPENSE.
4552 Dorris-Heyman Co., Supplies , ...
4553
4554
4555
4556
4557
4558
559 '
4560
4561
4562
4563
4564
4565
4566
4567
4568
4569
4570
4571
4572
4673
4574
A. J.
Talbot ft Hubbard, Supplies"
City Water Department, Water ....
Pacific Gas & Electric Co.. Lights
E. J. Bennett, Insurance
Harry Kay & Co., Insurance
E. E. Pascoe, Insurance
EXPENSE JUSTICE COURT
Vera Fennell, Stenographer
James L. AValker, Office Rent
R. J. Nettle, Justice Expense
AV. A. Burton, J. P. Mesa
J. A. Rudd, Constable Glendale
J. A. Porterie, Interpreter
V. S. Norviel, Supplies
R. Maldonado, Interpreter
J. T. Murphy, Constable
HEALTH DEPARTMENT.
4675
4576
4577
4578
Pathological Laboratory, Services
Geo. W. Lewis, Services
H. A. Hughes, Quarantine
COUNTY FARM.
1.50 ; 4579 A. P. Hill, Supplies
1.50 4580 Goldman & Co., Supplies
1.50 ' 4581 W. E. Clark, Supplies
1.50 4582 Arizona Hardware Surely Co., Supplies .
1.60 4583 Arizona Hardware Co. 1 Supplies
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
6.3J
276.00
90.00
67.30
34.30
32.49
31.35
26.99
22.30
9.00
5.1S
3.31
3.20
18.75
3.30
52.40
47.90
39.05
30.85
27.00
22.70
20.00
17.10
16.60
16.50
15.45
14.85
13.20
12.90
11.00
10.40
10.20
10.10
9.55
8.30
8.25
8.05
7.80
7.73
7.60
6.65
6.55
6.00
6.00
6.00
6.00
6.00
5.90
5.50
5.40
5.05
5.00
4.95
4.90
4.75
4.65
4.40
4.30
3.60
3.55
3.50
3.10
3.10
3.10
3.00
2.70
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.25
,
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2. Oil
2.0ft
2.0f.
1.90
l.'ii
1.65
1.55
1.45
1.45
1.35
1.30
1.30
1.25
1.10
1.05
1.05
.70
.25
3576
3577
3578
3579
3580
3581
3582
3583
3584
3585
3586
3587
3588
4684 Salt River AVater Users' Association Assessment
4585 Phoenix Seed & Feed Co., Supplies
4 586 Ford Garage, Supplies
4587 D. G. Coverdale, Supplies
45S8 Poultry Supply House, Supplies
4589 U. S. R. S., Water
4590 Barrows-Fooshee Co., Supplies
4591 Home Baking Co., Supplies
4592 Ryan A'ehicle Co., Supplies
4593 Collings A'ehicle Co., Supplies
4594 Goldman & Co., Supplies
4595 Chas. McCoy, Supplies
4596 Dorris-Heyman Co., Supplies
TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL.
4597 A. P. Hill, Supplies
4598 Phoenix Steam Laundry, Supplies
4599 Tom Okado, Supplies
4600 Edward Elsie, Supplies
4ft1 nnrria.Hvnun Co.. SUDOlieS
4602 L. H. Richards, Salary 3594
RELIEF TO INDIGENT.
4603 C. G. Gilchrist, Supplies
4604 James Miller, Jr., Urgency Expenditures
4605 A. & B. Grocery Co., Supplies
4606 Phoenix Nat'l Bank, Supplies
4607 J. W. Canning Supplies
4608 Frank Griebel, Supplies
4609 Tempe Commercial Co., Supplies .'.
4610 R. F. Stauffer, Supplies
Vallev Bank, Supplies
West" End Grocery Co., Supplies
Geo. O. Ford, Supplies
Elwell Grocery Co., Supplies
Valley Bank, Supplies
Powell Cash Store, Supplies
C. G. Englehart, Supplies
McLean's Grocery, Supplies
Five Points Grocery Co., Supplies
irlgn'i firooerv. Supplies
Farmers Supply Co., Supplies 3613
Phoenix AVood & Coal Co., Supplies 3614
John Riggs, Supplies
Matley Store, Supplies
G. R. Finch, Transportation .
Mohn Driscoll & Maus, Burial
J. T. AA'hitney, Burial
4611
4612
4613
4614
4615
4616
4617
4618
4619
4620
4621
4622
4623
4624
4625
4626
4627
4628
4629
4630
4631
3589
3590
3591
3592
3593
3595
3596
3597
3598
3599
3500
3601
3602
3603
3604
3605
3606
3607
3608
3609
3610
3611
3612
3615
3616
3617
3618
3619
Quinn Faulkner, Burial Indigent
E. P. Carr, Burial Indigent 3621
v V Cnmmines. Burial Indigent
AA" D. O'Neil, Burial Indigent 3623
CORONER EXPENSE
L. H. Richards nC24
C. I. Hughes 3625
Grand Avenue Garage 3626
4635 Wylie & Brock way
4636 A. C. Wood "Cu
AV. T. Cummings s"-3
James G. Simpson 3630
D. R. Rowand , 3631
4632
4633
4634
4637
4638
4639
4640
4641
4642
4643
4644
4645
4646
4647
4648
4649
4650
4651
4652
4653
4654
4655
4656
4657
4658
4659
4660
4661
4662
4663
4664
4665
4666
4667
Ed Cannon . . .
John Fletcher
K. B. Myers ..
E. F. Hersh ..
3632
3633
3634
3635
EXAMINATION OF INSANE.
,H. K. Beauchamp 3636
A. B. Nichols 3637
Chas. B. Palmer 3638
E. Payne Palmer 3639
O. E. Plath 3640
AV. AA AVilkinson 3641
ROAD FUND.
L. M. Acuff, Superintendent 241
A R. Curry, AVickenburg Bridge 242
B. R. Abril, AVork 24-i
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
W. G. Moore, AA'ork 254
Earl Creed, Work : 255
Allen Johnson, AA'ork 256
Jim Grittman, Arork 257
G. S. Christian, Work 258
Thos. H. King, AA'ork. ..,
G. W. Byrd, AVork
S. J. Roach, AVork
Elmer Strong, AVork
S. E. Biilingsley AVork ...
Elmer Strong, AA'ork . . .
G. AV. Byrd, AVork
H. R. Miller, AVork
Peter Kraber, A'ouchers
Lee Oritman, AVork . . .
4G68 Jim Grittman, AVork
4669
4670
4671
4772
4673
AV. T. Cummings, Work
A. L. Steward, AVork ...
T. J. Parry, AVork
Bert Sears, Work
259
260
261
'262
263
80.00
75.72
34.90
25.00
2.71
14.13
11.45
9.00
8.75
4.50
4.00
1.50
1.48
126.00
26.90
15.70
6.30
3.60
45.00
247.50
207.40
88.00
72.50
78.75
41.00
37.00
25.00
20.00
17.50
15.25
15.00
12.50
10.00
10.00
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
6.50
3.20
2.7.".
14.50
100.00
70.00
60.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.75
10.00
5.00
5.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
150.00
600.00
391.00
110.00
176.25
142.40
57.75
51.50
42.64
28.SS
28.00
20.50
20.00
20.00
14.38
13.50
7.28
4.50
2.0S
141.00
23.92
19.35
14.04
13.10
CULTURE MID
GU
E
"Today you can't say, 'Send the fool
of the family to the farm". Today the
successful farmer is an educated man."
Thus, Professor Stanley F. Morse,
superintendent of the agricultural ex
tension service of the University of
Arizona, College of Agriculture, before
a large crowd in the auditorium of the
Monroe school last night. Prof. Morse
was delivering his able lecture on "Cul
ture and Agriculture" a part of the Y,
M. C. A. lecture course.
It was the speaker's purpose to show
the beginning of agriculture the begin
ning of culture, and the development of
the two alongside each other down
through the ages since man began to
reason. Culture is co-ordinate with,
and an ovtgrowth of agriculture, ac
cording to the speaker.
"Agriculture is a very complex and
scientific subject. It is not now pos
sible to relegate the men of lesser men
tal equipment to the task of tilling the
soil, because it takes an educated man
to be a good farmer.
"The farmer of today is not ashamed
of his culture, as used to be the case.
Neither is the cultured man of today
embarrased at being a tiller of the soil."
History, which agriculture has made
in other communities of this earth is
being repeated right here in the Salt
River valley. According to Prof.
Morse, if his theories are sound, the
Salt River valley will one day be one
of the sots of culture of the United 3
States.
The extension work of the University,
which is one of the methods, the educa
tors are using to bring culture to the
agriculturist was touched upon by the
speaker. He mentions the fact that a
farm advisor, would today be selected
out of some half dozen applicants
brought here by the university to serve
the farmers of Maricopa county.
Farmers' Meeting
A rail has been issued for a meeting
of the farmers at the Water Users'
building today tq go over with Prof.
Morse the applicants for the position of
farm advisor. The meeting is at two
o'clock.
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UNIFORM RULES FOR
WEIGHING FREIGHT
78.75
78.7
72.25
60.00
S4.20
24.80
24.55
15.20
15.00
10.00
9.40
9.20
7.60
5.00
3.80
3.20
3.00
3.00
!.80
1.60
1.40
1.J0
1.00
1.00
78.75
54.00
3544 37.80
3545 31.05
3546 13.60
3547 10.55
3548 6.15
3549 6.O7
3550 1.0
3551 50.S0
3552 96 95
3553 12S.35;
S554 31-50
3555 31.50
3556 9.35
3557 100.00
3558 hO.OO
3559 1.5Ji
3560 . 16.50
3661 13.75
3562 40.00
3563 10.29
3564 7.50 1
3565 2.50
356 6 28.00
3567 50.00
3568 10.00
3569 2.50
3570 42.00
3571 379.25
3572 133.38
3573 125.00
Si74 97.65
3575 95.00
T. J. Parry, AA'ork 204
SALE OF DISTRICT NO. 3 BONDS.
On motion and by unanimous vote the Beard passed and adopted the
following resolution:
AA'hereas, this Board did heretofore advertise for sealed bids for the
purchase of Bonds of School District Number Three of Maricopa County,
which said bids were opened on the 1st day of July, 1914. The eaid Bonds
in the sum of $30,000.00 being awarded to The Mesa City Bank, and the said
Mesa City Bank having refused to consummate said purchase, and
AVhereas, the Clerk of this Board has reported that J. AV. Thompson, of
Phoenix had offered to purchase the said Bonds at Par with accrued inter
est to date of delivery, and it appearing to this Board that said offer Is a
fair price for the said Bonds, and it is satisfactory to the trustees of said
School District.
Now Therefore, it is orderea that the thirty Bonds of School District
Number Three of Maricopa County, Arizona, amounting in the aggregate to
the sum of $30,000.00, dated July 1st, J 914, and due in twenty years, bearing
interest at the rate of 6 per annum, be and the same are hereby awarded
to the said J. W. Thompson for the sum of $30,000.00 and accrued interest
to date of delivery.
ROAD PETITION HEARING.
In the matter -of the petition of E. AV. Mortensen and others, praying
for the establishment of a Public Road as follows:
Commencing at the west line of Sections 29 and 32 Township two
Noth, Range six East, and extending East between Sections 29 and 32, and
28 and 33, Township, two North, Range six EaBt to the East line of said
Sections 28 and 33, said road to be 66 feet in width, 33 feet thereof on each
side of the Section, lines.
The hearing of said petition having been set for ten o'clock A. M.. Mon
day. .Novcpiber 2, 1914, and it appearing: to this Board that a Board of
A'iewers had been duly appointed to view out and locate and appraise and
report all damage caused by said location, the said Board of Viewers having
filed its report on the 28th day of September, 1914, recommending that
said road be located as prayed for in said petition.
And it further appearing that notice of the hearing of said petition has
been duly posted as required by law, proof of affidavit, of such posting,
having been duly made and filed in this office.
And the hour for hearing said petition having now arrived the Board
proceeded to consider the said petition an the opposition thereto and all
claims for damages and to hear evidence on all said matters.
And it appearing to the Board that there is no opoosition to the estab
lishment of said road and that no claims for damages by reason of Buch lo
cation or change have been filed, but that the owners of property affected
by such location have quit-claimed to the County the Right of AVay for such
road.
Now Therefore, it is ordered that the road as located by the said Board
of A'iewers be and the same is hereby declared to be a public highway and
tne county surveyor is hereby directed to make a plat of the survey of
said Road and to cause the same to be recorded in the office of the County
Hecorder.
On motion and by unanimous vote of Board stood at recess until Fri
day, November 6th, 1914.
JAMES MILLER, JR., W. A. MOEUR.
clBrlv- Chairman Board of Supervisors, Maricopa County.
Uniform rules governing the weigh
ing and re-weighing of freight which
have been adopted by practically all
the railroads of the company were ap
proved by the corporation commission
yesterday and will be put into effect
in Arizona at once.
The rules provide for the re-weighing
of freight in carload lots In case of
accident to shipment in transit, on ap
plication of consignor or consignee, or
in order to verify weighing on other
scales. An important feature of the
new rules is the tolerance clause estab
lishing the minimum difference in
weights due to variation in scales or
weighing which may be permitted
without correction of the billed weight.
The minimum tolerance on all carload
freight, including coal and coke is 500
pounds, or one per cent of the weight.
On shipments of ashes, slag, gravel, ore,
brick and stone, the minimum tolgr
ance allowed is 1000 lbs.
The American Railway association
adopted uniform rules Boe.
weighing after an extensive ineub.-
tion recently by the interstate com
merce commission, which has appro ru
the rules as they now stanu.
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MUCH ENTHUSIASM
FOR QUEEN ESTHER
Under the direction of Mrs. R. M.
Tafel, "Queen Esther" will lie put dv
tonight, at the high school auditorium,
at 8:15 o'clock.
The most tense enthusiasm is being
displayed by all those connected with
the performance. A large crowd is ex
pected and arrangements have been
made to accomodate them.
This cantata will be presented by the
ladies of the First Methodist Episcopal
church for the benefit of the church
- Admission will be by tickets or cash.
The price of admission will be fifty
cents. Children unuer 1.
companied by an adult, win oe aum.i
ted free.
Tickets may be purchased at r.lve
and Hulett's drug store.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF SUPER-
A1SORS, MARICOPA COUNTY,
STATE OF ARIZONA. Phoenix,
. October 19, 1914.
The Board resumed session at nine
o'clock A. M. Monday, October 19th,
1914, and there were present: W. A.
Moeur, Chairman, Frank Luke and Lin
B. Orme, Members, and James Miller,
Jr., Clerk. Absent: None.
Minutes of previous meeting read and
approved.
BONDS APPROVED
T"he Chairman reported that on Oc
counts as follows
C. L. Standage $128.33
The Chairman was directed to exe
cute vouchers for the above claim pay
able out of the State Road Tax Fund.
FRANCHISE FOR SEWER LINE
On motion and by tfnanimous vote
the Board approved the application of
the United States Government for a
right of way for a sewer line from the
north line of Section 29, Township two
north, Range three east, south on
Third Street to a point on McDowell
Road twenty-five feet south of north
tober 10th he had approved the Bond , property line; thence west to a point
of E. J. Killeen as Notary Public, with I thirty-five feet east of west property
Massachusetts Bonding and Insurance 1 line of Second Street;
Company as surety. I Provided, however, that the work of
AUDIT OF STATE ROAD ACCOUNTS. constructing said sewer shall be
The Board audited State Road ac- promptly and diligently prosecuted to
completion with as little inteference
with the use of any of the roads, high
ways, ditches or premises, over, along
or under which said sewer may run as
possible, and that said sewer shall be
so constructed and maintained that it
will not interfere with any traffic over
or across any road or highway or ob
struct or impede the flow of water m
anv of the irrigation ditches along,
across or under which it may run. and
shall be so constructed and maintained
that sewage or water therefrom shall
nnt escare in or upon any of the roads,
ditches or lands along, through or
across which said sewer may be con
structed: and that in the construction
of or in making repairs to said sewer,
all roads, highways or ditches over,
along or under which said sewer may
pass, shall be put and replaced in as
good condition, surface a General use
fulness as they were before said con
struction or said repairs were begun,
this work to be diligently prosecuted
to completion as speedily as possible.
On motion and by unanimous vote of
Board stood at recess until nine o'clock
A M., Monday, October 26th. 1914.
AA'. A. MOEUR,
Chairman Board of Supervisor.,
Maricopa County, Arizona.
JAMES MILLER, Jr.,
Clerk.
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