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St. Johns is having a hsalthy substantial growth. Lands are cheap but rapidly increasing in value. Best climate on earth.
VOLUME 34 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA, SEPTEMBER 27, 1917 NO. 5 Proceedings of the Board of Supervisors, Apache County, Arizona. (continued fro m last week) The county treasurer was ordered to transfer from the Gener al county fund to the Salary fund the sum of $5000.00. The report of Joe Burgess, county treasurer and tax collector, for the month of August was checked and approved, said report shows the following: ( Balance on hand August 1st. $89,346.82 Receipts for month of August 2,580,56 Total $91,927.38 Less disbursements for August 11.014.41 Balance on hand September 1st $80,912.97 The monthly reports of the various county and precinct officers were checked, found correct and approved. It appearing to the board that the Barrett estate., through over sight had escaped being placed upon the 1917 assessment roll, it was therefore ordered that the property belonging to said estate be placed upon the roll by the clerk. .Pay Roll demands for the salaries of .county and precinct offi cers for the month of August was allowed and ordered paid as fol lows, to-wit: Name Position 1st half mo. 2nd half HeberJarvis, Chairman B. of S. 50.00 $50.00 John C. Hall, Member B. of S. 41.66 41.67 W.A.Saunders, " " 41.66 41.67 Levi S. Udall, Clerk " 62.50 62.50 Dr. T. J. Bouldin, Supt. of health 50.00 50.00 E. W. Grimes, Sheriff 100.00 100.00 H. C. Johnson deputy sheriff and jailor 1 50.00 50.00 John R. Coleman, deputy sheriff 37.50 37.50 F. V. Barber, deputy ranger 31.25 31.25 Thomas Perez, " sheriff 17.50 17.50 John H: Udall, Clerk Superior Court 41.66- 41.67 Greg Garcia, Court reporter 50.00 50.00 G. E. Greer, County Attorney 100.00 . 100.00 Joe Burgess, Treasurer 91.66 91.67 Anella S. Lytle, Recorder 83.33 83.34 George H. Crosby Jr.. Judge 62.50 62.50 J. A. Mineer, Assessor 100.00 100.00 PER MONTH Sylvester Peralta, Court Interpreter 30.00 Leah S. Udall', Deputy cl'k Sup. C't 30.00 Alejandro Pena, Janitor 25.00 August Mineer, Justice Peace St Johns precinct 35.00 H. J. Jones, Constable " " " " 15.00 Jos K. Udall, Justice Peace Springerville " 35.00 Spencer L. Wiltbank, Constable Springerville " 15.00 A. B. Candelaria, Justice Peace Concho " 12.00 Chas F Gillespie, Constable " " 12.00 TRLee Justice Peace;Nutrioso " 12.x00 EW Thompson, Constable " " 12.00 Chester B Campbell, Justice Peace Adamana , 12.00 Chas L Day, " ' St Michaels . ' ' 8.00 Total The following claims were approved and warrants sued from the Court House Bond Fund: H. C. Overson, inspector for August N. P. Oleson Const. Co.. payment on contract General Road Fund: Bences Griego, labor A & B Schuster Co., assng. claims and supplies Anderson Merc Co., assng. road claim Becker Trans. Garage, gas and oil Ariz. Lumber & Timber Co., bridge lumber Pinta Isaac Barth Inc., assng. claim and hotel bill G Becker W D Kencher, road survey expense J Smith Gibbons " " " ' Antonio Leal, road labor T J Neal, road labor, carpenter H L Marble, road viewer expense Jos S Jarvis, Survey expense and road labor Albert Jarvis, road labor Geo A Brown " : Julius Cropas, " " Joe Burgess, Treasurer, clerk B. of S: cask orders Becker Merc. Co., mdse & assng. claims Expense Fund: C Scheels, Stamps and post cards M H Michelson, lettering corner stone and etc. Levi S Udall, deputy hire and telephone bill Columbia Carbon. Ribbon Co., carbon paper Nosifor Garcia, jury bailiff Isaac Barth Inc., jail supplies J R Overson, rent Co. Atty office July and August . Central Bank, assng. claim Ariz, State Press J W Waite, printing contract Aug;. The Observer, printing notices Chas Jarvis, typewriter ribbons Crane & Co., supplies E W Grimes, car hire sheriffs expense. (continued on second page) $2,275.49 ordered is- $ 40.00 688500 $ 2 50 13 55 1 25 19 05 263 15 16 00 219 37 93 00 2 50 4 00 12 00 140 25 5 50 33 75 16 50 665 37 141 59 26 80 22 75 27 80 3 00 6 00 12 65 20 00 2 88 88 30 2 60 1 50 7 72 4 80 A petition is being circulated j for the purpose of having Guy Dunning pardoned from serving a sentenced imposed on him for bootlegging so that he can an swer roll-call October 3, for ser vice in the U, S. army. For the benefit of the public or for those who are thinking of go ing to Salt Lake City, to attend the general conference of the L. D. S. church, Oct. 6th and 7th, we herewith publish the reduced rates. Tickets will be on sale Sept. 30, and' Oct, 1st and 2nd. Round trip is $43.85, good for 60 days, with stop over privileges on return trip. Some sun-of-a-gun, or sons-of-a gun, is or are going around dur ing tho hours meant for slumber, and robbing not hen-roosts just now but fruit trees. If the D cape-goat or goats or nanny goat or goats should receive load of salt in the back part of their person it would perhaps be what they deserve. The following are ordered to appear for Military Service, Oct. 2, 1917: Rulon Lesueur, Simplicio Mar- quez. William H. Eubank, Jose Lucero, Jesus Zamora, Berry Jol- y, Gerald W. Berry, Doroteo S. Carrillo, Moroni F. Richey, Ar thur L. Blanco Jacob H. Tenney, Sidney N. Boardsman, Thomas J Morgan. Elmer L. Berry, Mat L. Stewart, Leopofdo Garcia, Thos. B. Baca, Guy Richey, Lorenzo Burgess, Roland Hamblin. Trin- quilino Padilla, William E. Reed Following are alternates: Noble Rogers, Dellie C. Penrod, John L. Narey, Harry E. Colter, Floyd P. Ward, Ernest Gillespie, Dexter L. McCray, Local Board for Apache Coun ty, State of Arizona, St. Johns, Arizona. Stiidebaker Owners are Following owners who remarkable baker cars: Some people are so crooked they would put off dying just for a chance to cheat the undertaker out of a job. Navajo County Items. Snowtlake Herald. Owen Clark Gardner of Linden and Miss Martha Alice Willis of Taylor were married Thursday night at Taylor. A big dance was given after the wedding, several couples from Snowflake attending The newly weds are among those prominent in our social life and the Herald extends best wishes. A committee of among the live wires of Holbrook are after the McGaffey saw mill and treating plant. A tract of land suitable for the proposed site is the pro perty of H. H. Scorse, which is valued at $12,000, and Mr. Scorse offers it to the town as a site for the McGaffey enterprise for $8, 000. Mrs. W. H. Clark died Tuesday morning after a lingering illness of several months. She was one of the pioneers of Holbrook and was widely known, especially to the traveling public. Mr. and Mrs. Clark were engaged in the hotel business for a great many years where Mrs. Clark made an enviable reputation as hostess. The poor health of Mrs. Clark caused their retirement from the hotel business a few years ago. Since that time Mrs. Clark had visited several health resorts in hope of improvement, but with little benefit. is a partial list of satisfied: are well convinced of the value offered in Stude- icl Love H. Marley enders Averett Miss Locie Becker Sam Milliard igorio Any Studebaker owner will tell you why he never wants to change from Studebaker. Becker's Transcontinental Garage Co. Springerville, Arizona. Thursday, Oct. 18,Friday,Oct. 19, Saturday, Oct. 20, 1917 $3500.00 in cash awards for Mineral, Livestock, Agricultur al, Poultry, Educational, Art and Home Economics Departments. $2000.00 in prizes for SPORTS FEATURES ALONE. BETTER BABIES CONTEST! Thrilling entertainment features; band concerts; Wortham's famous carnival; dancing; races; cowboy races; and a good time for everybody. WONDERFUL ART EXHIBITION of famous paintings, under the auspices of the American Federation' of Art. Write, Sec'y, Northern Arizona Fair Association, Prescott, for copy of program and prize lists in all departments REDUCED RAILROAD RATES, from all points. Fifth Annual Northern Arizona Fair Prescott, Arizona, October 18-19-20, 1917. 3MK O iciency, Streng usiness ap 5 fcftf &AAafafcA Ait itsijkfiiifilf fwf?vfv & ID E i 4 i 71 4 3 43 I 3 3 4fi 1 at 43 4t! new care 6 il, St Johns, Arizona 4-ri