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Mohave County miner and our mineral wealth. (Kingman, Ariz.) 1918-1922, August 10, 1918, Image 3

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OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF MO
HAVE COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA -
KINGMAN, JULY 1, 1918.
The Board of Supervisors of Mohave County, State of Arizona, met this
day at 9 o'clock A. M. Present full Board and Clerk.
The following claims against Mohave Countwere checked by the Board
and Clerk instructed to draw warrants in payment of same:
Fund Demand No. To Whom Purpose Drawn Amt.
Salary 619 County official payroll of the county officials and em
ployees for the period ending June 30, 1918 $2,270.78
Road C20 Austin Western Road Mach. Co., Supplies 2,000.00
Gen. G21 Mohave County Miner. Supplies 9.00
Gen. 622 Desert Power & Water Co 48.77
Gen. 623 Foster Thompson 437.23
Gen- 624 Arizona-California-Nevada Telephone 55.10
Gen. 625 I. R. Bartholomew 1.00
Gen. 62G Wilaria Baladez 25.00
Gen. 627 Bill Yeo 10.40
Gen. G28 Central Commercial Co 93.64
Gen. 629 J. C. Bothwcll . 15.00
Gen. 630 I. R. Bartholomew 1-00
Gen. 6.".1 Manuel Oiluentes 15.00
Gen. 682 J. N. Cohenour 149.60
Gen. 633 C. A. Patterson 1.00
Gen. 634 Crane .'v Company 7.20
Gen. 635 L- C. Cumfort 15.00
Gen. 036 A. A. Dutton 16.85
Gen. 637 Indian Beecher .. ,.. ? 2.60
Gen. 638 Chas. A. Imus .'. 15.00
Gen. 639 J. H. Knight - 15.00
Gen. 640 Kingman Pub. Co- 7.38
Gen. 641 Kingman Transfer Co 43.60
Gen. 642 L ingrnan Vulcanizing Works 112.55
Gen. 643 Kingman Water Co 17.50
Gen. 644 Geo. Kent 45.83
Gen. 645 Otto F. Kuencer 45.00
Gen- 646 Geo. link 13.48
Gen. 647 Kingman Transfer Co 1.25
Gpi. 648 C W. Lvnch 9.15
Gen. 649 Fred Leonard 10.00
Gen. 650 Frank Lacy 15.00
Gen. 651 J. W. Lauritzen 99.65
Gen. 652 Ceo. Leland 15.00
Gen- 653 Los Angeles Rubber Stamp' Co 17.0S
Gen. 654 Axel Ericson 3.00
Gen. . 655 Fold Garage 2.19
Gen. 636 Fess System Co 5.75
Gen. 657 Ben Franks 15.00
Grin. 658 W. G. Gruniger & Son 18.05
Gen. 659 Nannie Murphy 116.00
Gen. 660 Mohave County Assessor " 97.00
Gen. 661 Mohave County Assessor : 15.75
Gen. 662 J. W. Gerritt 600.00
Gen. 663 1. N. Hart 6.80
Gen. 664 A. F. Harris 68.00
Gen. 6G5 I. N. Hart 1,647.10
Gen. 666 1. N. Hart 40
Gen. 667 I. N. Hart 9.00
Gen. 668 Dr. Reynold J. Mapes .-. 3.00
Gen. 669 Mohave Garage 1 58.15
Gen. 670 McNeil Printing Co 78.7S
Gen. 671 C. C. McLuckie, assigned to I- N. Hart 52.00
Gen. 672 Mohave Lumber Co 43.50
Gen. 673 Frank L. Porter 15.00
Gen. 674 Ben Penberthy .'. 15.00
Gen. 6 o Tom Patterson 4.30
Gen. 6(6 W. H. Rivers 2.50
Gen. G77 Charley Sing 25-00
Gen. 6i8 J. D. Sparge 25.00
Gen. 679" St. Paul Fire Insurance Co 67.50
Gen. 080 Zadock Sheffield ..- 30.50
Gen. 681 J. W. Sylvester 15.00
Gen. 082 Tarr, McComb & Ware Commercial Co 1.05-
Gen- 683 Tom Reed Gold Mines Co 9.00
Gen. 684 Paul C. Thome 8.25
Gen. 685 The Gazettcr Printing & Publishing Co 7.50
Gen. 686 The Neuner Co 33.75
Gen. GS? H. L. Underwood 7.20
Gen. 688 Union Oil Co 26.62
Gen. 689 C. R- Van Marter 60.00
Gen. 690 Mrs. A. Vermehr 10.00
Gen. 691 F. N. Van Marter 30.67
Gen. C92 M. G. Wagner 14.85
Gen. 693 Western Union Telegraph Co 15.82
Gen. 694 Wells Fargo Express -75
Gen. 695 T- II. White 15.00
Gen. 696 H. H. Watkins 40.60
Gen. 697 T. R. White 25.00
Gen. 698 H. Ray Woods 10.55
Gen. 699 Yawman & Erbe Mfg- Co 71.65
Gea. 700 Grimes-Stassforth Stationery Co 38.82
Gen. 701 Arizona Stores Co 5.35
Gen. 702 Kingman Vulcanizing' Works 169.63
Gen. 702 A. L. kroegtt .1 .-. 23 00
Gen. 704 Mohave Lumber Co 16.71
Gen. 705 The A.Leilz Co 1.43
Gen. 707 Standard Oil Co 8.10
Gen. 70S Mohave Garage 3,30
G"n. 709 I. N. Hart 2,890-19
Gen. 710 11. If. Haywood 75,00
Gen. 711 I. N. Halt ; 331.50
Gen. 712 R. H. Pi a wood 75.OO
The following appointments by the County Recorder approved by the
Board: Mary E. Carrow, Mary Kause, Otto F. Kuencer as Deputy Recorder in
the office of the County Recorder.
The voting precinct of Mt- Irumbull established by the Board with vot
ing places at the school house; also William Drink appointed as inspector of
election board.
Upon motion Board stands at recess until 9 o'clock A. M., July 2, 1918.
Attest: F. N. VAN MARTEK, W. B.'STEPHENS,
Cleik. Chairman Board of Supervisors
of Mohave County, Arizona.
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There is no Royri Itoad to winning the
war any more than there Is to wealth.
IT CALLS FOR PRINCE W LY. SACRI
FICE. PRACTICE SELF-DENIAL
DO YOUR PART BY SAVING '
"SAVE SOMETHING EVERY DAY
Arizona Central Ban
II Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, $325,000
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Minutes of previous meeting read and approved.
There being no funnel business before the Board they stand adjourned
until 9 o'clock A. M., Jui 15, 1918.
Attest: F. N. VAN BARTER, W. B. STEPHENS,
Clerk. Chairman Board of Supervisors
of Mohave County, Arizona.
OFFICE OF THE-BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF MO
HAVE COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA
DIAMONDS
$115.00 Per Carat
WUERKER'S
JEWELRY MANUFACTURING and REPAIRING
626 Broadway 229 So. Spring, Los Angeles
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF MO
HAVE COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA
KINGMAN, JULY 2, 1918.
Pursuant to recess of July 1, 1918, the Board of Supervisors of Mohave
County, State of Arizona, met this day at 9 o'clock A. M. Present: Full
Board and Clerk.
The hour of 10 o'clock A. M. having arrived the Board proceeded to ex
amine and consider bids for publishing the proceedings of the Board of Su
pervisor.'., notices 01 rewards, etc. The following bids were received, te-w'it:
Mohave County Miner Printing Co- for publishing the Proceeding of the
Board of Supervisor?, pei column inch Thirty-five (35c) Cents; for publish
ing and printing nonces of rewards, bids, election proclamations, sale of
bonds and all other notices required by the County and that are by law a
County charge, Seventy-five (75c) Cents per column inch. Our Mineral
WcaLh (Kingman Publishing Co., Publishers), publishing the Proceedings of
the Board of Supervisors, Thirty-one (31c) Cents per column inch each inser
tion. Publishing and printing notices of rewards, notices of bids, election
proclamations, notices tf sale of bonds and all other public notices required
by the County that are by law a County charge, Sixty-eight (68c) Cents per
column inch each insertion. After due consideration and upon motion duly
made, seconded and passed, the publishing contract was awarded to the King
man Publishing Co. by unanimous consent of the Board; said contract ter
minates July 1, 1919.
The bond of the Kingman Publishing Co. covering the Mohave County
publishing contract approved by the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors.
The Board considered the salaries of precinct officers for the ensuing two
year.? and fixed same as follows:
Kingman Precinct Justice of the Peace salary, S100 per month. Con
stable salary, $25 per month.
Oatman Precinct Justice of tha Peace salary, $25 per month. Con
stable salary, !j25 per month.
Goldroad Precinct Justice of the Peace salary, ??25 per month. Con
stable salary, 'p25 per month.
Owens Precinct Justice of the Peace salary, $20 per month. Con
stable salary, 15 per month.
Chloride Precinct Justice of the Peace salary, $25 per month. Con
stable salary, 25 per month. v
Signal Precinct Justice of the Peace salary, $10 per month. Con
stable salary, 10 per month-
Littlefield Precinct Justice of the Peace salary, $10 per month. Con
stable salary, ?J0 per month-
Hackberry Precinct Justice of the Peace salary, $20 per month. Con
stable salary, 20 per month.
Vucca Precinct Justice of the Peace salary, $10, per month. Non
stable salary, $10 per month
Short Creek I"recmct Justice of 'he Peace salary, $10 pe month. Con
stable salary. $10 per month
hTATE OF ARIZONA, COUNTY OF MU-ME, SS
The undersigned, the Board of Supuvipors and County Attorney, hereby
certify, under oath, that on the 2nd,'ay of July, 191&, pursuant to the require
ments of the Revise 1 Statutes cf Arijoia, 1913 (Title 10, Chapter 4, Para
graph 2449), they made a careful eiminat'im of the accounts of the Treas
urer of said County, ascertained that there ought '.o Le'in the County Treas
ury of said Mohave County money to the amcunt of Eighty-four Thousand
Nine Hundred Twelve and 22-100 (?82,912.22) Dollars and that after having
so areertained said money they, en the fame day, counted the money in the
said Tieasury and that there was therein, when so counted, the following,
namely:
In geld coin of the United State? $ 10.00
Currency .-. 330.00
Certificates of Deposit 67,945.52
Checks 16,597.32
Silver 29.40
Total $84,912.24
L. H. FOSTER,
C. W. LYNCH, Supervisors of Mohave County.
S- D. STEWART, County Attorney.
Subscribed and sworn to before me the 2nd day of July, 1918.
F. N. VAN MARTER, Clerk.
KINGMAN, JULY 15, 1918.
The Board of Supervisors of Mohave County, State of Arizona, met this
day at the hour of 9 o'clock A. M. Present: Full Board and Clerk.
The folio ving claims against Mohave County were checked by the Board,
and Clerk instructed to draw warrants in payment of same:
Fund Demand No. To Whom Purpose Amt.
712 'i Payroll of the officials and employes of Mohave
County for the period ending July 15, 1918 $2,274-99
IJ. H. Hayward. Salary Acting Co. Engineer. 75.00
Smith, Philip A. Deputy Court Clerk :. 62.50
Van Marter, F. N. Indig. Tpn. Postage, etc 57.95
McLuckie, C- C. Salary Sewer Inspector 56.00
Brawn & Robinson. Drayage and supplies 25.66
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OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF MO
HAVE COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA
KINGMAN, JULY 2, 1918.
Reports of the vai ous County officials examined and approved by the
Board, and Clerk instructed to file same.
Correspondence -ead and approved as read.
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