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The Holbróok News,' Holbrook, Arizona July 22, 1921
Proceedings of the Board of
Supervisors
Holbrook, Arizona, July 5-11, 1921.
Pursuant to the provisions of Par. 4883, Kevised Statutes of Arizona,
1913 Civil Coite, the Board of Supervisors of Navajo County, Arizona, com-
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Tanner, Clerk, met as a Board of Equalization, all members being present,
u r.ii. .ii Inlv u)Q1 remamini' in spsion until Julv 11th. 1921.
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Proof of Dublication of "Notice of Increased Assessments' as made by tne-
June Board of Equalization, by affidavit of Sims Ely, Manager of the Holbrook
News, having been filed, the Board proceeded tJ transact the business of
the meeting.
The following assessments which had been increased at the June meet
ing of the Board of Equalization were considered and after due hearing and
discussion, and being fully advised, approved and adopted the increased as
sessments, as made at the June meeting, with the following modifications,
to-wit:
Name
John A. "Freeman
John A. Freeman
Henry A. Faught
O. D. Flake
Alof Larson
Alof Larson
Alof Larson
J. F. Mahoney
Tom Ortega
Amos Rogers
Amos Rogers
D. S. Rogers
J. W. Richards
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H. E. Richards
Sawyer & Orotongo Sheep Co., recommended to tax commission
reduction of ?400 on tiuck.
Wesley Turley
Fred Tanner
A. R. Turley
S. E. West & Sons
E. H. Wilhelm"
C. F. Perkins
C. F. Perkins
C.'F. Perkins,
recommended to tax commission, reduction of
hr 108-110. at the rate of 25 per cent.
In the matter of the Standard Oil and the Union Oil Co., the board agreed
to take the matter up with the State Tax Commission.
Protests were filed by J. W. Richards, Ed. Sawyer, and Babbitt & Wynck,
and George W. Hennessy against the assessment of grazing land at $1.25
per acre, advocating that the land be not assessed more than $1.00 per acre.
There appearing to be no further business, the Board of Equalization,
upon motion, duly carried, adjourned.
ATTEST r TANNER, C. E. OWENS,
Clerk. - Chairman.
Holbrook, Arizona, July 5, 1921.
In accordance with the provisions of Par. 4840, Revised Statutes of Ari
zona, Civil Code 1913, the Board of Supervisors met at their office in Holbrook,
Arizona, this day, all members being present and made and tentatively adopt
ed the following estimate of expenses and disbursements, for all purposes, for
th fiscal year, ending June 30, 1922.
NAVAJO COUNTY BUDGET
For the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1922.
GENERAL
ASSESSORS OFFICE
Assessors- salary
Deputy, salary
Travel Expenses
Office Expense
Clerk Hire
ATTORNEYS OFFICE
Attorney Salary
Travel and Office Epense
Stenographer
Special Counsel
Reporter and Transcripts
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OFFICE
Chairman, Salary
Members, (2)
Clerk, Salary
Publishing
Office Supplies
Miscl. and Travel Expense
Sale of Bonds and Exp.
Clerk Hire
Collection of Back Tax
COURT HOUSE AND JAIL BLDG.
Janitor Salary
Water and Light
Fuel
Insurance
Repairs
Supplies
ELECTIONS '
Registration Supplies & Officers
Registration fees Miscl.
HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Supt. of Health, Salary
Physician contract
Indigents, supplies
Indigents, ti asportation
Indigents, burial
Insane, examination
Vital Statistics
Coroner's Inquest
County Hospital
Epidemics Miscl.
Supplies, Office
JUSTICE COURTS, PRECINCT OFFICERS
Interpreters
Justice and Constable Salaries
Jurors .
Supplies and Exp. J. P.
Stenographers
Constables, expense
MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSE
State Fair
County Fair
Farm Agent
Postage
Stationery
Phones and Telegrams
Miscellaneous
Immigration Comm's. Miscl.
RECORDER'S OFFICE
Recorder Salary
Deputies, Salary
Clerk Hire
Office Supplies and Exp.
Abstract Books '
Transcript Apache Co.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Sheriff Salary
Chief Deputy Salary
Deputies Salary
Travel Expense
Office Supplies anil Exp.
Prisoners Meals
Jail Supplies
TREASURER'S OFFICE
Treasurer Salary
Deputy Salary
Supplies and Exp.
Description Raise Reduction
1 cow ? CO.OO
Improvements 300.00
4 1-2 A, S24-13-21 $215.00
Lot 2, Bk.-B , ' 35.00
I horse . 50.00
10 A. grazing land 20.00
5 A. irr. land 150.00
unplatted land 24-1916 500.00
COO head sheep 4000.00
II A. grazing land J 00.00
9 A. irr. land 421.00
1 A. irr. land 7G-&0
Improvements 300.00
50 head cattle . 1500.00
Improvements
120.00
300.00
200.00
1600.00
Improvements
Improvements
200 head sheep
5 1-2 A. 24-13-21
$262.00
Twp. 18 and 20
2532.00
670.00
Bk. 107
FUND.
EXPENDITURES
Actual for Estimated
past present
Fiscal Yr. Fiscal Yr.
2187.50 2250.00
1187.50 750.00
661.78 500.00
931.05 500.00
125.00
5092.83 4000.00
2416.74 2500.00
1535.91 750.00
285.91 500.00
1390.00 300.00
124.40 ' 150.00
5752.9G 4200.00
1266.74 1300.00
2133.20 2200.00
1800.00 1800.00
284.00 500.00
305.73 150.00
1668.77 ' 1500.00
1553.91 500.00
125.00 125.00
1028.48 500.00
1016.83 8575.00
ÍTENANCE
840.00 960.00
527.85 600.00
31.00 400.00
300.00 130.00
334.84 1000.00
360.26 400.00
2393.95 3490.D0
1490.74
375.30 740.00
1866.04 740.00
550.00 C00.00
1457.50
1578.86 2400.00
250.85 200.00
70.00 250.00
20.00 100.00
116.75 150.00
150.00
28775 2350.00
165.50 750.00
20.80 50.00
4259.01 7000.00
EXPENDITURES
Actual for Estimated
past present
Fiscal Yr. Fiscal Yr.
57.00 100.00
4690.88 5096.00
188.50 200.00
456.58 650.00
29.00
357.94 500.00
5779.90 6546.00
550.00 , 500.00
2000.00 1000.00
10G2.63 750.00
679.27 600.00
916.09 1000.00
1178.78 1200.00
2655.22 300.00
150.00 700.00
9091.99 C050.00
2212.50 ' 2250.00
1125.00 1000.00
93.75
228.56 500.00
596.05 500.00
4255.86 4250.00
3500.00 3600.00
1250.00 1800.00
2850.00 3600.00
3506.23 2000.00
179.19 100.00
643.20 1000.00
45.65 100.00
11974.27 12200.00
2187.50 2250.00
150.00
540.33 500.00
2877.83 2750.00
SUPERIOR COURT
Judge Salary
Clerk Salary
Reporter Salary
Clerk Hire
Deputy Clerk
Foreign Judges Exp.
Interpreters
Trial Juror.
Witnesses
Office Supplies and Exp.
Miscellaneous
7427.48
NEW CONSTRUCTION, IMPROVEMENTS
Country Library 1065.50
New Equipment Office 181.42
Side walks, Cess Pools U 10.40
Car, Sheriff, "Cole 8" 1700.00
GRAND TOTAL GENERAL FUND EXP.
Paid Lngineer's Salary ia Macrh
TOTAL
ROAD
ENGINEER'S OFFICE
Engineer Salary
Surveyors
Office and Travel
Maintenance and Repairs, Roads,
Bridges, Equipment and Labor
25656.02
GENERAL COUNTY BONDS
COUNTY ROAD BONDS
Interest 17300.00
Redemption
17300.00 21650.00
ESTIMATED FOR PRESENT FISCAL YEAR
SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS
RAISED BY SPECIAL LEVY
Date Interest Redemption Total
No. 1 High School 11-20-11 305.00 1300.00 1605.00
No. 1 Common School 10 -1-10 145.00 400.00 545.00
No. 1 " " 7-3-16 2200.00 1300.00 3500.00
No. 1 " " 4-1-20 1450.00 500.00 1950.00
No. 2 " ' 4-5-15 440.00 . 440.00
No. 3 " " 6-1-09 40.00 40.00
No. 3 " " 9-1-15 700.00 650.00 1350.00.
No. 3 ", " 2-5-17 360.00 400.00 760.00
No. 5 " " 5-18-18 1600.00 625.00 2225.00
No. 10 " " 5-6-18 300.00 150.00 , 450.00
No. 16 " " 11-1-16 325.00 325.00
TOTAL SCHOOL BONDS
RECAPITULATION
No. 1 ..
No. 2 ..
No. 3 ..
No. 5 ..
No. 10
No. 16
7865.00 5325.00
GENERAL SCHOOL FUND
COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE
EXPENDITURES
Superintendent Salary
Institute '
Traveling Expense
Truant Officer, 25 Districts
Deputy Supt.
TOTAL
HIGH SCHOOL MAINTENANCE
(liaised by Special District Levies.)
H. S. Average State Aid
Dist Daily Att. (Est.)
No. Ent. Sch. Yr. Pres. Sch. Yr.
1 103 99 2500 ,.
33
32
1500
COMMON SCHOOL MAINTENANCE
Dist. Daily Avg. Att. Bal. in Estimates Special
No. Highest Entire Dist. Fds. past . present Dist. Levy
Six mo. Sch. Yr. July 1, '21
1 660 636 15213.07 43500.00 46200.00 8800.00
2 63 62 197.87 3750.00 4310.00
3 190 184 1901.84 17500.00 13300.00 4200.00
4 25 25 351.71 . 2200.00 3000.00
5 193 190 730.70 18900.00 13510.00 1230.00
6 116 112 770.59 5900.00 8120.00 30.00
7 13 12 256.37 1200.00 1500.00
.8 13 12 261.65 1100.00 1500.00
9 49 49 267.04 2000.00 3000.00 630.00
10 65 65 700.00 3400.00 4550.00 850.00
11&23 33 32 28.28 2200.00 3000.00 290.00
12. 19 17 137.10 ' 1100.00 1500.00
13 25 23 136.12 1250.00 3000.00 325.00
14 12 12 793.00 1200.00 1500.00
15 14 14 33.04 1200.00 1500.00
16 73 69 2683.17 6350.00 5110.00 2470.00
17 10 10 804.17 1100.00 1500.00
18 10 9 550.15 1100.00 1500.00
19 21 20 21.03 1 200.00 1 500.00
20 19 19 89.48 1100.00 1500.00 400.00
21 0 9 307.53 1100.00 1500.00
22 new 150000
23 new 1500.00
24 11 11 38.05 1200.00 1500.00
ey25 80 71 - 5600.00
1723 1663 5515.72 119550.00 132200.00 19225.00
(Deficits are marked thus ) 20756.30
Add reserve fund 10.
Total C. S. Mtnce. to be raised by
Grand Total Geni School Fund
Grand Total Special District Levies
Add 10 reserve fund High Schools
Winslow High School
Holbrook High School
GRAND TOTAL ALL SCHOOLS
RECEIPTS FROM ALL SOURCES
Fees, Superior Court
Fees, Justice Court
Fees, Recorders
Fees, Constables
Fees, Sheriff
License Tax, Sheriff
Fines, Superior Court
Fines, Justice Court
Interest, County Deposit
Interest, Delinquent Tax
Boa'-d, Federal Prisoners
Board of Supervisors
Forest Res. fund app. to Road fd.
Road Poll Tax
School Poll Tax
State Aid Common Schools
State Aid High Schools
Transient Herds
Fair Fund
Roads, Miscl.
TOTAL
DISTRIBUTION
Road
School
High School
General Fund
" TOTAL
SUMMARY
Adopted
Budget
Past Fis. Yr.
General Fund 79986.25
Road Fund 30000.00
General Countv Bonds "23820.00
General School Fund 3750.00
Common School Maint.
1500.00
2250.00
1800.00
600.00
100.00
100.00
3500.00
100.00
300.00
10250.00
750.00
600.00
4057.32
74995.27
3.00
75206.29
1350.00
76239.00
3843.00
800b2.00
FUND
EXPENDITURES
Actual for Estimated
past
present
Fiscal Yr. Fiscal l"r.
993.00 2000.00
421.77
700.00
24241.25 30300.00
330 00.00
20150.00
1500.00
7865.00
5325.00
13190.00
7600.00
440.00
2150.00
2225.00
450.00
325.00
13190.00
OF SCHOOL BONDS
4100.00
440.00
1100.00
1600.00
300.00
325.00
3500.00
1050.00
625.00
150.00
Actual for
past
Fiscal Yr.
2000.00
500.00
1000.00
Estimated
present
Fiscal Yr.
2000.00
1000.00
1750.00
600.00
3500.00 5350.00
EXPENDITURES.
Actual for Est. for
Balance in
H. S. Funds
Julv 1, 1921
1361.49
red
4833.53
Past
Fis. Yr.
22054.34
Í04S0.67
Pres.
Fis. Yr.
20000.00
9950.00
13220.00
County Levy 145420.00
150770.00
952.00
7210.00
2310.00
161242.00
19225.00
12790.00
7640.00
39655.00
OTHER THAN DIRECT TAXATION
1500.00
2187.50
1725.00
81.00
525.00
38.00
948.18
31.00
369.57
22.23
2500.00 3569.00 3000.00
300.00 316.35 300.00
3000.00 2807.50 2500.00
15.20
600.00 627.02 600.00
500.00 575.00 500.00
1000.00 638.00 750.00
500.00 975.20 750.00
2000.00 2451.81 2000.00
700.00 1839.06 700.00
50.00 154.40 50.00
1854.72 1000.00
2500.00 2731.19 2500.00
1000.00 730.00 750.00
5000.00 3823.00 4000.00
34257.00 33492.50 33500.00
4000.00 ' 4267.10 4000.00
2873.58 500.00
1000.00 1000.00
76.08
57907.00 64819.71 57650.00
3250.00
37500.00
4000.00
12900.00
57650.00
OF EXPENDITURES
Actual Bal. on Cont.
Est. Exp.
present
Fis. Yr.
Exp. past hand Claims &
Fis. Yr. July 1,1921 Enc. on
funds
75206.29 4779.96 3093.25
25656.02 4343.98 10000. 00"
17300.00 6520.00 6520.00
5348.47 251.53
1
80080.20
S3000.00
21650.00
5350.00
Gen. Co. Levy
Spec. Dint Levy
High School Maint.
Gen. Co. Levy
Spec. Dist. Levy
School Dist. Bonds
Spec. Dist. Levy
81950.00 96058.86
37600.00 37600.00
25500.00
14185.00 11798.72 2386.28
TOTAL 296791.25 301502.37 19643.24 SS555.65 333147.00
UNEXPENDED BALANCES OR DEFICITS IN ALL FUNDS
(Deficits are starred)
General Fund
Road Fund
General School Fund .
District School Fund
High School, Winslow
High School, Holbrook
SUMMARY OF AMOUNT TO
General Fund
Road Fund
General County Bonds
General. School Fund
Excess
High School, Winslow
High School, Holbrook
School District Bonds
BE
TEN PER CENT LIMIT CHECK
(Applies to General and Road Funds Only.)
Gen. Fund raised by dir. tax.
Rec. from other sources
Road Funds raised by dir. tax.
Rec. from other sources
Add 10 excess allowed by law
All tax payers of Navajo County, Arizona, are hereby notified that the
Board of Supervisors will meet at its office in Holbrook, Arizona, on the 15th
d?.y of August, 1921, at 10 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of making tax levies
in accordance with the foregoing estimate as amended and finally adopted as
hereinbefore provided. '
Ali tax payers of Navajo County, Arizona, are hereby further notified
that the said Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing at its office in
Holbrook, Arizona, on the 8th day of August, 1921, at 10 A. M.', when and
where any tax payer of Navajo County wil be heard in favor of against any
of the proposed tax levies, after which hearing the foregoing estimates as
modified will be adopted by the said Board of Supervisors as a basis for the
taxation for the fiscal year, ending June 30, 1922.
C. E. OWENS,
Chairman, Board of Supervisors, Navajo Countv.
ATTEST: -- '
M. R. TANNER, Clerk.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF NAVAJO CO.
Continued from page 4
TREASURER'S REPORT '
Bal. on hand May 31 $261,348.35
June Receipts 10,261.91
June Disbursements 43,924.04
Cash Bal June 30 $227,686.22
SHERIFK'S REPORT
Fees and Mileage, for June $49.50
ASSESSOR'S REPORT
State and County Taxes 123.59
School Poll Tax , 2118.00
Road Poll Tax 208.00
Total 2449.59
RECORDER'S REPORT
Receipts for June ' 269.05
REPORTS OF JUSTICES OF PEACE
D. W. Easley, Holbrook Precinct, (fines) $65.00
R. L. Ison, Woodruff Mar. to June, inc., (fines) 25.00
J. H. Allen, Taylor, Mar. to May, inc.
J. O. Freeman, Snowflake, June '
Jos. L. Peterson, St. Joseph, June '
Lottie M. Wiebb, Pinedale, June, (fees)- .50
BONDS
A personal surety bond for the Bank of Northern Arizona in the sum of
$20,000 was approved. . . -
The Bank of Winslow furnished additional surety bonds, as follows:
Maryland Casualty Co $15,000.00
Registered School Warrants 3,332.09
Registered Road Warrants : 2,500.00
Total $20,832.09
which were approved by the Chairman of the Board.
The Notary' Public Bond for W. E. Ferguson, in the sum o'f $1,000.00
was approved by the Chairman.
Juan Gomez and Perfecta Barth were placed on the indigent list with a
pension of $8.00 each per month
Through the recommendation of Dr. Sampson, Mrs. Myers was allowed to
remain on the indigent list for the time being at $25.00 per month.
Permission was granted Mr. C. F. Perkins to join on both ends of the
La Reux wash bride with his fence, provided he leaves a wire gate.
The report of the County School Superintendent, defining the boundaries
of the various school districts, was approved and filed.
The Treasurer was directed to refund John W. Hymer $2.50 on account
of double collection of Poll Tax, 1921.
Also refund J. B. Judy $2.50, Poll Tax, on account of having paid in
Pima County prior to Navajo County collection.
Also refund A. C. M. I., $9.23 for 1918, $11.81 for 1919 $12.92 for 1920,
on account of erroneous assessment on lots, 1 to 5, in block 101; same should
have been assessed to L. M. Reynolds.
The Assessor was ordered to place the above described property on the
assessment rolls for the last three years, against L. M. Reynolds.
The Treasurer was ordered to transfer $13,000.00 from the General
Fund to the Expense Fund; $3,093.26 from the General Fum to the Back
Salary Fund; $9,946.00 from the General Fund to the Salary Fund.
There appearing to be no further business, upon motion, duly carried,
the Board adjourned.
C. E. OWENS,
:, Chairman.
ATTEST: .
M. R. TANNER, Clerk
HOLBROOK DRUG COMPANY
THE BUSY CORNER
Fruits, Candies, Ice Cream, Soda Water
Periodicals and Stationery Tobaccos, Cigars, Notions, Etc.
Full Line of Rexall Remedies
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders
Holbrook Drug Company Holbrook, Arizona
riíDMITííDr HARDWARE, ENGINES, WIND
rUiUlllUuL MILLS, PIPE FITTINGS
WETZLER
HOLBROOK, -
A . & B.Schuster Co.
Groceries, Dry Goods
and Hardware
Special Bargains This Month
DO
j Read the Advertising in this Paper?
140954 130700.00
13.42 19225.00
9520.00
20430.00
13190.00
32535.01 1361.09 4833.53
Past Year Pres. Year
15C76 83
1686.70
10942.45
712.18
590.71
964.97
4343.98
251.53
14095.44
1361.49
4833.53
RAISED BY DIRECT TAXATION
Past Year
Pres. Year
53159.42
26500.00
23820.00
37713.19
36600.00
16609.29
3035.03
14185.00
65495.30
29750.00
21650.00
113270.00
19225.00
17500.00
8450.00
13190.00
Act.
jvy I'roposea Levy
Past Year
Pres. Year
53159.42
2Ü826.83
26500.00
3500.00
10998.62
65495.30
14586.70
29750.00
3250.00
120984.87 113,072.00
SUPPLY CO.
- - ARIZONA
YOU
Petrificado, Jr.
h Don't all answer at once
but should a lantern-jawed
man be called "light-headed
An Iowa woman . of 101
did all of her housework up
to her death. Some Holbrook
girls may be doing all of
their housework, too, when
they get to be that old.
If the highprice of shoes is
due to a shortage of leather
maybe fat men ought to be
compelled to quit weariDg
belts.
Small boys in a Michigan
town stole 500 bars of soap.
Maybe they were afraid
their mothers might buy
some of it.
A Holbrook - woman will
stand right up in public and
say she has the best husband
on earth, but she never says
she expects to meet him in
heaven.
A woman is as young as
she looks--and a man is
young as long as he keeps
on looking.
The average man's idea
of being happily married is
getting to spend some of
the money he earns.
Back in the old days our
Holbrook girls would ask:"
Does he drink?" Now the
first thing they want to
know is "Has he got a car."
Moonlight and moonshine
have a similar effect in one
way they make a homely
girl good looking.
Ask any Holbrook man
his jdea of a good wife and
he'll say that it's one who
never savs"I told you so."
It has been our observat
ion that the fellow who says
"You can't believe all you
see in the papers" is the one
who keeps right on borrow
ing it from his neighbor.
We see where the price of
beef is declining, rapidly in
Brazil. . That would be all
right if we had time to go
down there for our meals.
What has become of the
old-fashioned Holbrook man
who used to go to someone
older than himself when he
wanted a little advice.
Some of us may not go to
hell when we die, but we
suspect we'll have to do a
lot of explaining where we
do go.
One the biggest objections
to engaging some fellows in
a conversation is they seem
to think it entitles them to
tell the story of their life.
If a Holbrook man would
would follow the advice he
gives his wife about how to
save money he'd be a million
aire in two years.
If a man' is ignorant he
may learn. But if he knows .
too much there is no chance.
FIREINSURANCE
"SAFETY FIRST SERVICE
TEN YEARS EXPERIENCE
REPRESENTING LARGE AND
LEADING COMPANIES
LLOYD C. HENN1NG
HOLBROOK. ARIZONA
C. H. JORDAN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Notary Public.
Holbrook, Arltona
SIDNEY SAPP
Attorney at Law
Practicing in all the Courts
Holbcoot, Arizona
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