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THE HOLBROOK NEWS, HOLBROOK, ARIZONA, MARCH 11, 1921.
Proceedings of the Board of Supervisors I Holbrook, Arizona, March 7, 1921. , In accordance with statutory requirement, the Board of Supervisors of Navajo County, Arizona, met this date in regular session. All mem bers of the board and the clerk were present. The minutes .of the proceedings of February 7 and 15 were read and approved as read. . The treasurer was instructed to strike, from the assessment roll 1918 and 1919 the school and road tax of Jose Duran, non-resident. Also to strike from roll 513, 1917, J. E. Richards and Fred B. Randall 40 acres in section 6, T. 18, N. R- 20 E, assessed through error. Also to strike from roll 513, 1917, St. Joseph Light and Power Company personal property to the amount of $750.00 on account of no assets. Also to strike from roll 533, 1918, St Joseph Light and Power Company personal property to the amount of $250.00 on account of no assets. Also to strike from roll 950, 1919, Maggie Baird, widow, exempt all of her property on account of her being a cripple. Also to strike from the assessment roll 1912 lots 7 and 8, block Winslow, assessed to O. A. Brown, through error double assessment. The treasurer was directed to pay the Allied Contractors of Omaha; Nebraska, the sum of $403.79, 1 per cent interest on outstanding warrants due them for 1919 and 1920. The treasurer was directed to transfer from the general fund to the expense fund the sum of $2838.00. The following banks were designated as active, and inactive county depositories: Merchants and Stockgrowers, Holbrook; Bank of Northern Arizona, Snowflake; Bank of Winslow, Winslow; Arizona State Bank Winslow; Union Bank and Trust Company of Winslow, -Winslow. Miss Velma Nelson, court reporter, agreed to furnish all transcripts in criminal and civil cases, in which the State of Arizona is a party, free of charge upon demand of the county attorney. Mr. W. E. Ferguson was retained as counsel in the Mrs. Hazel Feek perjury case, Attorney Greer being disqualified. The appointment of John Lewis as deputy assessor by Assessor W. E. Shumway, was approved by the board as of- March 1st. The bond of the Bank of Northern Arizona for $20,000.00 was approved. The reports of the following county officers were audited, checked with the treasurer's receipts and approved: N " R. L- Newman, Sheriff, fees for February $75.82 J. M. Patterson, Treasurer, balance on hand last report, January 31, 220,804.01 Receipts fromall sources, February! 7,865.74 Disbursements, all funds, February 24,632.66 ' Balance on hand, February 28 204,037.09 H. D. Lore, delinquent taxes collected from February 7 to March 5th inclusive 7,446.62 L. C. Henning, clerk of superior court, fees for January 260.55 Fees for February : 245.00 W. E. Shumway, Assessor, property tax collected, February 922.43 School tax collected February 80.00 Road tax collected February 8.0Ó R. B. Walton, Justice of the Peace, Winslow, February fees 3.75 February fines; " 100.00 Jos. L. Peterson, Justice of the peace, St. Joseph, January no collections D. W. Easley, Justice of the peace, Holbrook, Jan fees 13.45 Fines ' 40.00 J. O. Freeman, justice of the peace, Snowflake, fees .50 " R. L. Ison, justice of the peace Woodruff, no collections Jan. and Feb. J. B. Wakefield, justice of the peace, Taylor, no collections Jan. and Feb. John L. Fish, justice of the peace, Lakeside, no collections Jan. and Feb. Lottie M. Webb, justice of the peace Pinedale, fees January 1.00 and February . UK) Fred Loe, justice of the peac White River, no collections for January. The following receipt was given to Mr. Lloyd C. Henning, Clerk of the superior court under date of Mar. 8, 1921. Received from Lloyd C. Henning, One hundred twelve and A rtnltors in full nnvmpnt r-f Ilppttllnt AÍ ílrlf ff t t a cji- perior court, as shown on the records of the defunct Hol brook State Bank, as of Dec. 11, 1920. The board hereby waives all claim to any dividends or salvage that the said Holbrook State Bank may at any time be able to pay. Yours truly, M. R. Tanner, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. The clerk was directed to issue cash orders for the relief of the fol lowing indigents: Chas. Roberts 1 S8.C0 Pedro Roche 8.10 Carlos Baca -- 8.00. Mrs. Martinez Chavez 8.00 P. Guterriz - 8.00 Luis Morales : 8.00 Mrs. Mary Norton 8.C0 Jose Olguin 12.00 Resolution WHEREAS, it is desirable and will serve the public interest to have a public road laid out from the point of intersection of the Holbrook to Winslow Highway," south of the Little Colorado River, from the point where said high way intersects the East boundary line of Section 12, Town ship 17 North, Range 19 East, G. & S. R. B. & M. to the Little Colorado River; and 1 WHEREAS, the Congress of the United States has here tofore made a grant in presentí of public lands for public public highways, under and by virtue of the Act of Con gress approved July 26th, 1866;- NOW, THEREFORE, be it hereby resolved by the Board . of Supervisors of the County of Navajo, State of Arizona, in regular session assembled on this 7th day of March, 1921, that the grant of public lands hereinbefore . mentioned is hereby accepted and by virtue of such grant and of these premises it is hereby established and laid out as follows: Said public road to be four rods wide and (Commencing at the point of intersection of California Fraits Have taken a big Decline. For example, Some of our prices are reduced to FBCITS 2Í4 lbs. Apricots..! , 30c 2H lbs- Pears 35c 2l lbs. Peaches 30c ' 2 lbs. Grapes 35c 2Vi lbs. Sliced Pineapple 35c VEGETABLES 2 lbs. Tomatoes 15c 2 lbs. Corn 15c 2 lbs. Peas 15c Come in and look over our other prices which ' range in proportion to above list. A. B. Schuster Co. the Holbrook to Winslow highway with the East boundary of Section 10, Township 17 North, Range 19 East G. & S. R. B. & M., and running thence North along the East boundary of said Section 12, to the Northeast corner of said Section 12, Township i7 North, Range 19 East; and said public highway is hereby further extended to be of the width of four rods along the West boundary of Section 6, Township 17 North. Range 220 East, G. & S. R. B. & M., and running from said point North along the West bound ary of said Section 6 to the Little Colorado River. It is further ordered that this Order and Resolution be spread upon the minutes of the proceedings of the Board of .Supervisors, and that a copy thereof, duly certi fied by the Clerk, be filed and recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Navajo Conuty. WITNESS our hands this 7th day of March, 1921. ' SEAL C. E. OWENS, Attest: Chairman Board of Supervisors. M. K. TANNEIÍ, Clerk Board of Supervisors. The following demands were audited, allowed and ordered paid: Expense Fund H. D. Lore, 6 percent commission on tax col lections $446.80 R. L. Newman, official expense and meals for pris oners 212.62 Dem. Wrt. 73 725 74 726 75 727 76 728 77 72 7S 730 79 71 80 732 81 733 82 734 83 735 Si 736 85 737 86 738 87 739 88 740 89 741 90. 742 91 742 92 .744 93 745 94 746 95 747 96 748 97 . 749 98 751 99 752 100 753 101 754 102 755 103 756 104 757 105 758 106-111 759 112 760 113 761 114 762 115 763- 116 764 117 765 118 766 119 767 120 768 121 769 122 770 123 771 124 772 125 773 126 774 127 775 128 776 129 777 130 778 . 131 779 132 780 133 781 134 782 135 783 136 784 137 785 128 786 li 7S7 12 12 13 13 14 14 33.40 3.10 27.75 ?50.'00 I 3.75 40.40 37.50 8.58 J. E. Crosby, official expense L. C. Henning, supplies for officé Cooley Lumber Co., desk in Assessor's office Gilbert E. Greer, legal services assist''n:j co. ntty. Cooley Lumber Co., labor " Holbrook Lt and Pr. Co., for 177 Kw. light J. M. Patterson, for official bond Arizona Transfer Co., freight on lumber Geo. H. Keyes, Jr., premium on bond, R C. Cress- well i. 12.50 Todd Protectograph Co., 8000 printed checks 75.83 Navajo "Garage, labor and storage 26.50 J. E- Jlichards. official expense 59.30 Arizona Good Roads Association, membership for 1921 25.00 Old Trails Garage, supplies 4.85 A. C. M. I., supplies 1.20 Velma Nelson, reporting . 17.60 Annie Rogers, services as nurse in indigent case 50.00 C. E. Owens, official expense 67.08 W. B. Woods, tolls and rentals, January 60.20 The Royal Typewriter Agency, 1 new typewriter 106.88 Western Union Tel. Co., telegrams 14.48 C. H. Edmunds, labor and supplies for Essex car 45.35 M. R. Tanner, stamps 25.00 J. Donner, labor on court house - 88.00 J. Donner, labor and supplies court house J. Donner, varnish for court house R. C. Cresswell. official exnense 14.60 - . i W. B. Woods, telephone rents and tolls for February 70.80 The Mountain States Tel. & Tel. Co., tolls and rent als 14.60 Merchants and Stockgrowers Bank, assignment 37.50 H. D. Lore, filing fees superior court 42.50 Field-Parker Co., supplies 269.23 Holbrook Business Institute Holbrook, Arizona Instruction Given In Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting Commercial Law Business Forms Business Grammar Penmanship Spelling Punctuation L'etter Writing Civil Service Secretarial Courses . Office Routine, Etc. POSITIONS GUARANTEED TO ALL WHO COMPLETE OUR COURSES DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES Call and See Us,' or Write for Further Information Phone 185 We Focus on 'QUALITY NOT QUANTITY HolbrookBusinessInstitute Holbrook, Arizona LIVESTOCK REPORT-KX Live Stock Prices Decline' Moderately Receipts Fairly Liberal Marguerite Drumm.b ond premium.- A. & B. Schuster, supplies : W. B. Farr, stenographic work for co. atty. J. W. Bazell, visiting and examining Holbrook school children ; The Holbrook News, printing ; ' Babbitt Bros., nidse R. D. Greer, auto hire ; R. D. Greer, auto hire Jennings Auto Company, auto supplies T. R. Greer, official expensé H. D. Lore, filing fees , J. M. Patterson, cash orders, health and jury cert. Ed. Gardner, official expense, Jan. and Feb., '. J. M. Patterson, jury certificates: . 104.30 Kansas City Stock Yards, March 14th, 1921. Liberal receipts of cattle at all the principal markets today turned prices down. However, there was active demand for beef in the east and the weakness in live cattle is 81.85 thought to be only temporary. 69.00 Here prices were off 15 to 25 cents. Hog prices steady. Fifty thousand arrived in Chicago, and fairly lib eral supplies elsewhere. Sheep and Iambs were quoted weak to 25 cents lower. Demand was fair ly active at the decline. Today's Receipts Receipts today were 14,000 cat tie, 14,500 hogs, and 8500 sheep, compared with 13,500 cattle, 12,500 sheep last week, and 16,800 cattle, iy,Vi0 hogs and i3,auo sheep a year ago. , Beef Cattle Liberal . receipts i together with rather unsettled labor outlook caused a weaker tone in the cattle market. In most cases, prices were down 15 to 25 cents. Indi cations are that packing house 7.50 1.70 33.55 5.03 71.75 41.75 14.00 7.00 28.00 72.35 10.00 187.25 57.12 Frankel ' C. & R- Mfg. Co., carbon paper. Snowflake Herald, printing. labor will accept a wage reduction -00 I wthout a strike. The Lenten sea- 7.00 son will enrl with Easter Sundav. The Holbrook News, printing and adv 102.81 and this is expected to increase de- M. R. Tanner, contingent expense 93.95 I mand for beef. Yearlings and Holbrook Drug Co.. supplies 6.60 Ellis, Transfer Co., drayage 6.25 The McNeil Co., supplies - 5.52 : University of Arizona, appropriation ., : 83.33 Burroughs Adding Machine Co., contract Navajo County, ' assignment The Manufacturing Stationers Inc., supplies John L. Fish, service vital .-Litis tics Irene Bart, for cert, copy Art. of Incorporation, Clear C. Co. Mri. Nellie Freeman, services vital statistics, Road fnnrt Arizona Transfer Co., suipiies end labor F. Ellsworth and Sons, road maintenance contract McGonigle and Christy, lumber 15 J. M., Patterson, assignment.. The following salaries were allowed for the month of February, war rants 2436-2437 and 2438 being issued to cover same. Name J. E. Crosby . Velma W. Nelson L. C. Henning ' Olive Clarke 1 C. E. Owens R. C Cresswell J. E. Richards mand for beef. Yearlings and weighty steers sold up to $10.00 and the bulk of the fat steers sold at $9.00 to $9.75. Cows and heifers were steady to 25 cents lower. Most 15.601 0f the handy weight heifers were 0.00 steady, and rough weighty kinds 36.25 I showed the decline. Veal calves .7.75 I were emoted steadv. l'J.50 oome common to plain stockers and feeders were quoted weak to 25 cents lower. There was an act 1.00 1 ,ve demand ior ine Detter classes, i9ior at iuily steady prices. demand ior i 16.13 I nehy feeders was active. 66.U0 R. L. Ne Wm. Lee Enoch Wi C. H. Fro Harry W. J. M. Patti T. R. Gree .aith uray Wesley Newman i O. C. Williams , Geo. P. Sampson Jos. L. Peterson D. W. Easley R. L. Ison J. O. Freeman . J. B. Wakefield Fred Loe Lottie M. Webb, 3 payments J. L. Fish Ed. Gardner Hugh Larson j. L. F. McClanahan . L J. E. Heward C. F. Gardner J. A. Allen A. R. Gardner v J. H. Webb, 3 payments 1 First half Second half ..$ 62.50 $ 62.501 . 75.00 75.00 93.75 93.75 . 25.00 25.00 54.17 54.17 . 45.83 ' 45.83 . 45.83 45.83 . 75.00 75.CO 150.00 150.00 50.001 50.00 . 37.50 37.50 . 37.50 37.50 37.50 37.50 . 83.75 93.75 104.17 104.17 . 93.75 93.75 93.75 93.75 62.50 62 50 . 40.C0 40.00 . 62.50 . 62.50 50.00 . 4.00 4.00 . 41.67 41.67 4.00 4.00 .. 7.50 7.50 . 5.00 5.00 5.C0 5.00 . 12.00 ' 4.00 . 7.5D 7.E0 . 37.50 37.50 . 2.C0 2.00 . 37.50 37.50 . 2.00 ' 2.00 . 3.50 3.50 5.00 ' 5.( . 1.25 1.25 3.73 1.25 Hogs Opening bids for hogs were 15 to 25 cents lower, but the buyers were anxious for supplies, and be fore many sales were made the mar ket rallied to last week's closing level. Actual sales showed the market averaged steady. The top price was $10.90, and bulk $10.00 to $10.80. Pigs were fully steady and in active demand. J. he top price was $11.50. Prices for pork in the East were advanced $2.00 to $3.00 a hundred pounds so that the hog market is in a position to stand liberal supplies. ( - Sheep and Lambs Sheep and lamb prices were weak to 25 cents lower. After the decline was established trade be came tairiy active. nest nanay weight lambs sold at $la00 to $10.25, and ewes $5.50 to $6.00i Yearlings and wethers were lacking. Trade in feeding lambs and breeding ewes was quiet. - Horses and Mules Demand for the better classes of horses and mules improved mode rately, but the ordinary and com mon kinds sold slowly. irices were not quotably changed. Charles M. Pipkin, . Market correspondent. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the Highway Commission until 11 o'clock A. M. March 21st, 1921, There r.ppearing to be no further business, upon motion duly carried I for the grading and surfacing of the the board adjourned. Attest: M. K. TANNER Cierk Board of Supervisors. C. "rl OWENS Chairman Board t Supervisors. You Want Oh! That's Easy. Just place a Want Ad in The News. For Results Winslow-Reservation road about 2 miles east of Winslow known as Pro ject No. 6. , The work consists of approximate ly the following: 4000 cubic yards roadway borrow; 800 cubic yards gravel surfacing. Specifications may be obtained from W. J. Hookway, Secretary. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check for at least' 5 per cent of the total amount bid. marked on outside of envelope, "Pro posals for grading and surfacing Winslow road, Project No. 6 The Commission reserves the right to reject any or all bids. W. J. HOOKWAY, Secretary, Highway Commission. ' NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS r- Sealed proposals will - be received by the Highway Commission until 11 o'clock A. M. March 21st, 1921 for the surfacing of. the Holbrook Snowflake road, known as Coleman' Ranch. x The work consists of approximate ly the following: 3000 cubic yards of surfacing. Specifications may be obtained from W. J. Hookway, Secretary. Each bid must be accompanied by a certihed check for 5 per cent of the total amount bid. Proposals shall be addressed to W. J. . Hookway, Secretary, and plainly marked on outside of envelope, "Pro posals for surfacing Holbrook-Snow- flake Road, Project No. 7." The Commission reserves the right to reject any or all bids. W. J. HOOKWAY, . ; Secretary, Highway Commission, SUMMONS In the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for Navajooun nr , ': v ' - " Action brought in the Superior Court of the" State of Arizona,' in and for the County of "Nav'ajot ahVl'th'e Com plaint filed in said- County of Nav ajo, in the office of the Clerk of said Superior Court. ." . Clara B. Sikora, Plaintiff, vs. Frank Sikora, Defendant. In the Name of the State of Ariz ona, to Frank J. Sikora, Defendant, GREETING: You are hereby summoned and re quired to appear in an action brought against you by the aboye named plaintiff in the- Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the Coun ty of Navajo, and answer the com plaint therein filed with the clerk of this said Court, at Holbrook, in said County, within twenty days iaf ter tlje service upon you of this Summons, f served in this said County, ' or in all other cases, within thirty, days thereafter, the times - above mentioned being exclusive oft the day of service, or judgment by default will be tak en 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 3rd day of March, 1921. (Seal) LLOYD C. HENNING, Clerk of said Superior Court. By OLIVE CLARKE, Deputy Clerk. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR United States Land Office Phoenix, Arizona. Feb. 15, 1921 ; Number 048646. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOI: UNITED STATES PATENT Proposals shall be addressed to W. J. Hookway, Secretary, and plainly J Last publication April 15, 1921, Notice is hereby given that in pur suance of an Act of Congress found n 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 ior 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 olncial plat and field otes 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 34, 1920. CHAS. E. MARSHALL Register, U. S. Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona. First publication Feb. 18, 1921 CLASSIFIED LINERS FOR RENT Two houses and one warehouse. FOR SALE six vacant lots. See C. H. Jordan. HATCHING EGGS FOR SALE Thoro bred White Leghorn mated to Blue Ribbon Cockerel. $1.25 a setting of 15 eggs, postpaid. Mrs. Albert Hatch, Woodruff. Mchl-6tpd FOR SALE White Leghorn hatching eggs. McFarlane strain, heavy layers. $3.00 & $5.00 a setting of 15 eggs. Sent postpaid. GLEIM POULTRY RANCH, Phoenix, Arizona, Route 3. 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 Rie-. old. 84 foot Derrick. 35 H. P. Boiler, locomotive type. 500 feet 13 inch D. B. Casinir. 42 pounds to foot, in the welL 10004 feet 11 5-8 inch D. O. Casing.' 31 pounds to foot, in the well. 2002 feet 9 5-8 inch Casinir. 30 pounds to foot, new on surface, Temper screw and elevators, new. Two small frame buildings & mis-. ccllaneous 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 lCc extra. Light's Mail Order House, Box .'-127, Birmingham, Ala. WANTED To exchange Imperial Valley irrigated farm in alfalfa and barley for sheep with or with out range and. equipment. 43 E. T. Wells, Brawley. Calif. Lloyd C. Henning ACCOUNTANT Holbrook, Arizona W. B. CROSS Local Representative for WINSLOW UNDERTAKING CO. Complete Line of Caskets on hand PHONE 20. HOLBROOK, ARIZ. C. H. JORDAN ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public Holbrook, Arizona Dr. ARTHUR F. SWITZER DENTIST Office North Holbrook Hoto! Honra 9-12 1-5 Holbrook, Arizona SIDNEY SAPP Attorney at Law Practicing in all the Courts Holbrook, Arizona Tailoring Cleaning Pressing ALBERT WARREN Opposite Hotel Holbrook HOLBROOK, ARIZONA Yon cannot get new Eyes but jou can gret new Glasses. Dr. OSCAR S. BROWN Santa Fe Hospital, Winslow, Arltoem "SAFETY FIRST SERVICE TEN YEARS EXPERIENCE REPRESENTING LARGE AND LEADING COMPANIES LLOYD C. HENNING HOLBROOK. nruzcrifi \n\n 47-t-2 47-t-2