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THE HOLBROOK NEWS, HOLBROOK, ARIZONA, FEBRUARY 18, 1521.
Proceedings of the Board of Supervisors Holbrook, Arizona, Feb. 7. 1921 According to Statutory requirements, the Board of Supervisors of Navaio County met this date in regular session. AU members of the Board together with the Clerk and County Attorney were present " The Treasurer was ordered to deduct $2.50 school tax from 1919 assessment roll No. 394 in. favor (X R. Ripley, non-resident, Also to refund 52.17 to C. M. Sorensen, Winslow, on account of double assessment 1919, the same appearing as being paid May 31', 1919, to the (assessor. Also to deduct the penalty and interest on the personal property of Bawyer and Otondo Sheep Co., charged to them thru error on 2nd. install ment 1919. Also to strike from assessment roll 266, the tax on lot 8 block 10, Campbell Addition, Winslow the same being assessed to E. Neal and F. V. McDonald, for the year 1919 in the sum of $13.68. Also to deduct $10.08 from 1920 assessment of Amos Rogers on Section 24. Township 13, on account of School Tax charged against him from district S but which lies outside of said district. By order of the State Tax Commission the Treasurer was requested to . . m I 4- reduce the valuation of the non-operative portion or me wear ,reen Water Co. property for the year 1920, From $ 119,173.00 To 87,085.00 Making a, reduction of 32,085.00 in . the assessed valuation Of this property and a reduction in taxes of State and County.. $523.03 School Dist. No. 1. 346.55 Permission was granted the County Attorney to leave the state for 30 days beginning Feb. 15th. Upon motion of Richards and seconded by Cresswell, Mr. Owens was appointed a delegate to the Uood Koads ixmvenuon. In the matter of closing the lane north of Showlow the Board deferred action as there seemed to be some opposition. Upon petition of 32 taxpayers of Snowflake, the Board allowed $50.0Q to assist in paying for the services of Annie Kogers as nurse in tne j. v Flake family. The minutes of the meetinge held Jan. 1-3 and 15 were read and ap proved with the following amendment. The minutes of Jan. 15 should have included the following; to-wit, County Engineer West, J. L. Westover and A. B. Randall were appointed viewers to view out the Toad. as proposed by petition of residents of St. Joseph, extending from Southwest corner of Section 10 T-18-N: R-19-E, to the Northeast corner of Section 10, T-18-N; R-19-E. Resolution of establishment of Public Road. WHEREAS, the petition of 10 or more taxpayers of Navajo County, Arizona, praying for the establishment of a public road as provided by the laws of Arizona, extending from the Southwest corner of Section 10, T-18-N: R-13-E: plat and des cription being attached to said petition and hearing and all requirements of law having been complied with and no claims for damage having been filed, - NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that said petition be granted and that said road designated by plat and descrip tion attached to said petition, be hereby declared a public road and a County Highway, and the 'right-of-way of said road be hereby declared to be the property of the said County of Navajo, Arizona. Dr. Geo. P. Sampson wag appointed Co. Supt. of Health as per his ap plication. Upon petition of a number of Stockmen of Holbrook, the Board approved the closing of the crossing of the Railroad at mile post 254 and moving It to a point just west of the water tank. . In order to keep a closer check upon County expenditures all orders for stationery and supplies must be O. K.-ed by the clerk. . The reports of the following County Officers were audited, checked with,. Treasurer's receipts and approved. : Marguerite Drum, Recorder, fees for January $ W. E. Shumway, Assessor, Jan. School and County , - ' Winslow Town, Holbrook Town, School District No. 1, School District No. 3, - School Tax, R. L. Newman, Sheriff, Jan. Licenses . Fees . D. W. Easley, Justice of Peace, Holbrook, Jan. Fees. J. L. Sweeney, Justice of P. Winslow, Dec. No collections J. O. Freeman, Justice of Peace, Snowflake, Jan. Fees Willard Whipple, Justice of P. Showlow, Jan. No collections H. D. Lore, Deputy Tax Collector, collections delinquent taxes, From Jan. 18 to and including Feb. 6. School Tax ' Road Tax County Tax 1248.78 Penalty 60-22 Interest -Z 164.01 1 Total Collected 1502-01 The Board approved the appointment of O. C. Williams as Deputy Assessor, as of Jan. 15, 1921. : The following official bonds were approved. a C Williams, Deputy Assessor $ 1000.00 Lottie M. Webb, Justice of Peace, Pinedale 1000.00 J. B. Wakefield, Justice of Peace, Taylor 1000.00 Bank of Winslow, Surety in excess of $20,000.00 already .J ' carried . -. . H. D. Lore, Deputy Treasurer and Tax Collector.. . J. H. Webb, Constable, Pinedale 1 The following demands were audited, allowed and ordered paid. Expense Account Demand. Warrant. 15 667 C. E. Owens, official expense . $ R. C. Cresswel, official expense J. E. Richards, official expense C. E. Owens, assignment! Frankel Carbon and Ribbon ManTg. Co, ribbons. T. R. Greer, official expense Underwood Typewriter Co., supplies : - Navajo and Apache Abstract and T. Co., seal.. J. L. Sweeney, official expense, December R. L. Newman, official expense . 324.70 484.03 204.26 36.64 204.26 16.60 100.00 145.00 29.20 19.75 10.25 35.03 4.00 15000.00 5000.00 1000.00 16 17 fS 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 663 669 670 671 672 673 674 675 676 667, R. L. Newman, meals for prisoners 678 Jennings Auto Co., repairing Sheriffs car 679 H. D. Lore, 6 per cent commission collections .. 680 Old Trails Garage, auto hire ... 681 Arizona Transfer Co., supplies 682 W. E. Shumway, official expense 68? Holbrook Light & Power Co., light and supplies.. 684 Jennings Auto Co., repairs and supplies eSS Wetzler Supply Co., supplies ; 686 E. P. Moore, Sten. services, Co. Attorney '87 M. R. Tanner, contingent supplies 688 Arizona Transfer Co., supplies . b89 J. E. Dormer, labor calsomining 690 J. E. Donner, labor calsomining 691 J. E. Donner, supplies : 692 Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams 693 Ellis Transfer Co., drayage . 644 J. M. Chaves, interpreter, justice of peace court.. 695 Field Parker & Company, duplicate keys 696 University of Arizona, agricultural extension service appropriation .... . 45 697 Navajo Abstract & Title ' Company, signature stamps 1.-' . 46 698 H. D. Lore, filing fees . 47 699 W E. Shumway, auto license for county cars 48 700 Jennings Auto Company, supplies and parts 49 701 Standard Oil Company, supplies for December 50" 702 J. W. Bazell, medical care indigent 61 703 The Star Job Printing, tax con. copies 1 62 704 Holbrook Drug Company, supplies for indigents. 63 . 705 J. E. Crosby official expense 64 706 R. D. Rogers, serving writ, 65 707 E. I. Jones, labor and supplies 66 708 Holbrook News, printing and stationery 18.70 7.20 5.80 25.00 42.00 58.75 1.00 8.80 1.00 150.64 48.40 165.37 iW.12 4.00 4.50 49.38 65.05 28.95 12.00 21.25 81.75 13.25 06.00 96.00 80.50 18.43 1.00 2.60 1.52 83.33 10.00 6.00 10.00 14.79 23.46 15.00 26.40 13 95 63.40 1.50 3.25 478.05 57 709 58 710 59 711 60 712 61 713 62 714 63 715 64 716 65 717 66 718 67 719 68. 720 69 721 70" 722 71. 723 72 724 The Mount S. Telephone & Telegraph Company, rent and tolls . . - Ellis Transfer Company, drayage for December Mary Lopez, interpreter . HattLe H. Penrod, premium on official bond A. C." M. I., supplies L. M.- Carpenter, floor brush . R. D Greer, auto hire . Geo. H. Keyes, Jr., premium E. Wilson bond Keuffer and Esser Company, blue prints Navajo Garage, labor, storage and supplies. 1 C H. Edmunds, auto repairs Edith Gray, premium on official bond Holbrook Tribune, publishing Henry W. Despain, interpreter U. S., Fidelity & Guaranty Company, premiums, bond Geo. P Sampson, salary January . Road Fond Demand. Warrant. 4 4 Cooley Lumber Company, assignment 5 5 Arizona Transfer Company, labor " 6 6 Frank Ellsworth and Sons, contract 7 1 J. M. Patterson, alignment for taxes . 8 8 Keuffel & Esser Company, supplies 9 9 J. M. Patterson, assignment for taxes , 10 10 H. L. Randall, labor 11 11 Leonard Jensen, labor " - The following salaries were allowed for the month of January. No. 2433 and 2434 being issued to the treasurer to cover same. 16.30 200 50 5.00 1770 3.00 15.00 5.00 1.42 43.40 11.20 5.00 11.39 5.00 25.00 5&00 ' 15.00 27.50 125.00 70.00 16.29 66.00 9.50 30.00 Warrants " Name First half Second half J. E. Crosby. $ 62.50 $ 62.50 Velma W. Nelson 75.00 75.00 L. C Henning 93.75 93.75 Olive Clarke 25.00 25.00 C. E. Owens 54.17 64.17 R. C. Cresswell 45.83 45.83 . J. EL Richards 45.83 45.83 M. It Tanner , 75.00 75.00 R. L. Newman 150.0 150.00 Wm. Lee 50.00 , 60.00 Enoch Wilson 37.50 37.50 a H. Frost 37.50 37.5a Harry W. Wetsel . 37.50 37.50 J. M. Patterson 93.75 93.75 T. P.. Greer 104.17 104.17 W. E. Shumway 93.75 93.75 Marguerite Drunm 93.76 93.75 Edith Gray ' 62.50 62.50 Wesley Newman -' 40,00 40.00 Jos. L. Peterson ' 4.00 4.00 a W. Easley 41.67 41.67 R. Zj. Ison " 4.00 4.00, J. O. Freeman 15.00 J. B. Wakefield 5.00 5.00 Fred Loe ' 10.00 J. U Fish ' 15.00 Ed. Gardner 37.60 37.50 H. M. Larson 2.00 2.00 L. F. McClanahan . 37.50 37.50 J. E. Heward 2.00. 2.00 G. F. Gardner - 3.50 3.50 . J. A. Allen 6.00 ' 5.00 A. R. Gardner 1.25 , 1.25 The Clerk was directed to isdsue cash orders for the relief of the fol lowing indigents. Chas. Roberts 8.00 Pedro Roche ... . 8.00 Carlos Baca 8.00 Mrs. M. Chavez 8.00 P. Guterru . 8.00 Luis Morales . 8.03 Jose Olguin . - . 12.00 e Mrs. M. Norton 8.00 There apearing to be no further business, upon motion duly carried the board adjourned. Attest: M. R. TANNER, C. E. OWENS Clerk Board of Supérvisors. Chairman Board of Supervisors. Holbook, Arizona, Feb. 15, 1921. Pursuant to call the board of supervisors of Navajo county, Arizona, met this day in special session. All the members of the board and the clerk were present. Upon cancellation of the appointment of H. D. Lore as deputy treasurer and tax collector, by County Treasurer J. M. Patterson, Mr. Lore was appointed by the county attorney, with the approval of the board, as assistant to the county attorney, for the sole purpose of collecting de linquent taxes. Mr. Lore's bond for the sum of $5,000.00) was immediately approved. He,.Was to receive 6 per cent oi au collections xor nis serviceo, his appointment to be cancelled at the option. of the attorney and the bfcard- Mr. Lore was ordered to make an itemized acxount and settle ment with the board each week. . The following order was sent to the county treasurer. Holbrook, Feb", 15, 1921. Mr. J. M. Patterson, -County Treasurer. You are hereby directed by the board of supervisors to pay o the order of J. P. Richards the sum of Forty-seven" hundred four dollars and forty-eight cents ($4704.48) on his estimates for road work on the Petrified Forest Road and hold the estimates as cash until there are funds available to pay them. C. E. OWENS (SEAL) ' R. C CRESSWEL J. E. RICHARDS " iht and .52 Dollars ($48.52), with interests and costs of suit, and to me directed and delivered, which ex ecution was duly attested the Third day of February, 1921, I have levied on all of the right, title, claim and interest of said Defendant in and to the following described property, to' wit: Campbell Add Lot (7) Seven. Block (12) twelve, of the town of Winslow, Arizona, Navajo County. Notice is hereby given that on the 1st day of March, 1921, at ten o' clock A. M. at the front steps of the Court House, in Navajo County, State of Arizona, I will sell the above described property, or sc much thereof as may be neco&ary to satisfy Plaintiff's claim, besides the costs and interest and accruing costs, at public auction, to the high est bidder, for cash. Dated this third day of Feb., 1921. R. L. NEWMAN, . Sheriff. By W. A. Lee, Deputy Sheriff. SUMMONS The treasurer was ordered to strike from the 1915 assessment lots 1-8 inclusive, 11, 12, 15 and 16 in block U5 Kleindienst Addition, in error assessed to K. W. Keggins. The Clerk was ordered to pay the Arizona Good Roads Association $25.00 lor 1921 membership. There appearing to be no further business, upon motion duly carried the board adjourned. Attest: M. R. TANNER a E. OWENS Clerk. Chairman. PAROLE BULES CHANGED BT ARIZONA LAW Adoption of a set bf rules, to gov ern issuance of paroles to state con victs is announced by attorney gen eral W. J. Galbraith. He said pa roles would be conditioned upon pre sentation of applicants to the prison superintendent of satisfactory evi dence, in writing of his abililty to obtain employment. For the man's own protection in certain, instances, the toard would recommend parole on condition that the prisoner leave the state. This would apply in cases where the man's known record would make it diffi cult for him to obtain employment. The attorney general said the board had also decided that no lawyer be permitted before the board in behalf of any prisoner. The fact that oil has been dicov- ered at the intersection of Kane and Garfield counties, Utah, appears to give great promise for the Arizona field. The same structure runs through Washington county, Utah, and far down into oar - northern "Strip." The new Utah well struck oil at a depth of 90 feet nd it is expected that a good sized pumper will be secured. Other wells are being sunk to depth, with a view of proving up the field. Kingman Miner. REAL NOTICE OF SALE OF PROPERTY Office of the Sheriff, County of Navajo, State ' of Arizona. ' The State of Arizona, Plaintiff, vs. George Gross, Defendant. Under and by virtue of an execu tion irsued by the Superior Court of Navajo County, State of Arizona, in an action wherein State of "Arizona, was Plaintiff and George Gross, De fendant, upon a judgement in favor of said Plaintiff, and against said Defendant, for the sum of Forty- In the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, In and for Navajo Coun ty. Action brought in the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Navajo, and the Complaint filed in said County of Navajo, in the office of the Clerk of said Superior Court. Leonards Padilla Tafoya, Plaintiff vs. Antonio Tafoya, Defendant. In the Name of the State of Ariz ona, to Antonia Tafoya. Defendant, GREETING: Yen are Hereby Summoned and re quired to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Navajo, and ans wer the complaint therein filed with the Clerk of the said Court, at Hol brook, in said County, within twen ty days after the service upon you of this summons, if served in this said County, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the times above mentioned being exclus ive of the day of service, or judge ment by default will be taken against' you. Given under my hand and the Seal of the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Navajo, this 22nd day of Jan, 1921. LLOYD C HENNING 1 Clerk of said Superior Court. (SEAL) By Olive Clarke, CLASSIFIED LINERS A. F. McALISTER & S. E. ROSS Horse and Mule Co., wholesale and commission dealers in horses and mules.: Ship us your stock and we can get them sold. Barns at Brown wood, Texas, and San Angelo, Texas. Brown wood barn auction sales dates: Every Wednesday and Thursday. FOR SALE White Leghorn hatching eggs. Mc Far lane strain, heavy layers. $3.00 & $5.00 a setting of 15 eggs. Sent postpaid. ' GLEIM POULTRY RANCH, Phoenix, Arizona, Route 3. EH BABBITT BROTHERS TRADING COMPANY WHOLESALE Groceries ardware H IOC Hides Wool and :. Pelts Telephone 75 Holbrook : f : Arizona AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF JENNINGS AUTOMOBILE COMPANY STATE OF ARIZONA, Office of the Arizona Corporation Commission. United States of America, State of Arizona, ss. P The Arizona Corporation Commiss ion does hereby certify that the an nexed is a true and complete trans cript of the Amendment to Articles of Incorporation of Jennings Auto mobile Company which was filed in the office of said Arizona Corpora tion Commission on the 12th day of January A. D. 1921, at 3:00 o'clock p. m., as provided by law. In Testimony Whereof, The Ari zona Corporation Commission, by its Chairman, has hereunto set its hand and affixed its Official Seal. Done at the City of Phoenix, the Capitol, this 12th day of January A. D. 1921. Arizona Corporation Commission (SEAL) D. F. JOHNSON, Chairman Attest: A. E. STETZER, Secretary WANTED All kinds of sewing- reasonable. Mrs. C. B. Lee. FOR RENT Five room modern house furnished or unfurnished. Phone 85 FOR SALE One Ideal Standard Well Rig used 60 days. One Portable California Well Rig, old. 84 foot Derrick. 35 H. P. Boiler, locomotive type. 600 feet 13 inch D. B. Casing, 42 pounds to foot, in the well.', 10004 feet 11 6-8 inch D. O. Casing, 81 M pounds to foot, in the well. 2002 feet 9 6-8 inch Casing, 80 pounds to foot, new on surface, Temper screw and elevators,' new. Two small frame buildings & mis cellaneous tools, casing etc. For price and further particulars inquire at the News office. HEMSTITCHING And piloting at tachment, works on all sewing ma chines. Price $2.00. Personal checks 10c extra. Light's Mail Order House, Box 127, Birmingham, Ala. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR United States Land Office Pboenix, Arizona. Feb. 13, 1921 Number 048646. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB UNITED STATES PATENT Notice is hereby given that in pur suance of an Act of Congress found in Title 32, Page 6, of the Revised Statutes of the United States, R. L. Kieth, whose Post Office address is Winslow, Arizona, has made applica tion for a patent for that certain Oil Placer Claim, known as (Ball Hill Number. 2 Placer Claim) located on the Southeast quarter of Section Four (4), Township Fourteen (14), North, Range Twenty (20) East, Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, the same containing petroleum, a mineral oil, all situated in the Hol brook mining district, County of Nav ajo, State of Arizona, and being all surveyed lands as per the official plat and field notes on file in the Office of the United States Surveyor General, and in the United States Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, Date of posting said notice was August 14, 1920. CHAS. E MARSHALL Register, U. S. Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona.. First publication Feb. 18, 1921. Last publication April 15, 1921. Amendments te Articles of Incorpor ation of the Jennings Antonio i bile Company We the undersigned Charles H. Jennings, president, and Fritz Goe bel, Secretary of the Jennings Auto mobile Company, a corporation, do hereby certify that on the 23rd day of December, 1920, at the hour of 10 A. M., a meeting of the stock holders of the said corporation was duly held at the office and place of business of said corporation in the City of Holbrook, State of Arizona, pursuant to due and regular notice to each of said stockholders. That said stockholders' meeting was called for the purpose of voting on the question of increasing the capital stock of said corporation and of making a corresponding increase of the amount of indebtedness to which said corporation shall be al lowed to subject itself. -. . ' That at said meeting the follow ing Resolutions were passed and adopted by unanimous vote by the stockholders of said corporation: "RESOLVED, that the capital stock of this corporation be in creased to Four Hundred (400) shares of the par value of one Hund red ($100.00) Dollars each." ' Resolved, that the president and secretary of this corporation be and they are hereby authorized " to exe cute and file with the County Re corder of the County of Navajo, State of Arizona, and with the Ariz ona Corppration Commission, the proper Amendments to the Articles of Incorporation, showing such in crease in the capital stock of the corporation and of the indebtedness to which said corporation may sub ject itself. That said proceedings were had and taken under and pursuant to Section 2102 of the Civil Code of the State of Arizona. That pursuant to the said above mentioned Resolutions adopted at said stockholders' meeting, we the undersigned Charles IL Jennings, President snd Fritz Goebel, Secre tary of the Jennings Automobile Company, have amended the Articles of Incorporation of the said Jen nings Automobile Company so that Articles IV and VIII of the original Articles of Incorporation shall read as follows: Article IV. The authorized capital stock of this corporation shall be Forty Thousand ($40,000.00) Dollars, di vided into Four Hundred shares, of the - par value of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars each. At such times as the board of directors may by resolution direct, said capital stock shall be paid into this corpor ation either- in cash or by the sale and transfer to it of real or person al property, contracts, services, or any other valuable right or thing for the uses and pmposes of the said corporation, in payment for which shares of the capital stock or the said corporation may be iss sued, and the capital stock so iss ued shall thereupon and thereby be come and be fully paid up and non assessable, and in the absence of ac tual fraud in the transaction, the judgement of the directors as td the value of the property purchased or services rendered shall be conclus ive. Article YIII. The highest amount of indebted ness direct or contingent to which this corporation shall be subject at any time shall be $26,666.00; which amount does not exceed two thirds of the capital stock of this corporation. This is to. certify that the fore ' going copy of Resolutions adopted and passed by the stockholders of ' the . Jennings Automobile Company on the 23rd day of December, 1920, is true and correct; and we do fur ther, certify that the undersigned Charles H. Jennings is President and the undersigned Fritz Goebel is Sec retary of said corporation. CHAS. H. JENNINGS " President. ATTEST: Fritz Goebel, Secretary. State of Arizona. County of Na.a jo. ss. Before me, Thorwald Larson, a Notary Public in and for the County and State aforesaid, on . this day t personally appeared Charles H. Jen- . nings, known to me to be the per son whose name is subscribed to th foregoing instrument as the Pres ident of the Jennings Automobile Company, a corporation, and as such he acknowledged to me that he ex ecuted the same for the .purpose and consideration therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of office this 23rd day of December, A. D. 1920. THORWALD LARSON, (SEAL) Notary Public. My commission expires Nq'. 11.1922 State of California, County of Los Angeles, ss. . Before me, Earnest Vinson, a No tary Public in and for the County and State aforesaid, on this day personally appeared - Fritz Goebel, known to . me to be the person whose name is . subscribed to the fore going instrument as the Secretary of the Jennings Automobile Com pany, a corporation, and , as such he acknowledged to me that he execut ed the same for the purpose and con sideration therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of office this 31st day cf December, A. D. 1920. - ' '- - EARNEST VINSON (SEAL) Notary Public. My commission expires Sept 27,1924 Filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission this 12 day of January A. D. 1921 at 3.00 P. M. at request of- Thorwald Larson whose post office address is Hol brook, Arizona. . . Arizona Corporation Commission, By D. "F. JOHNSON, Chairman. Filed and recorded at the request of Jennings Auto Co., Jan. 20, 1921 at 9 a. m. and duly recorded in VoL No. 2 of Art. of Inc. on pares Nos. 169-71, Records, of Navajo County, Arizona. - - - - MARGUERITE DRUMM, Recorder. EDITH GRAY, DEPUTY. (SEAL)