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title: 'The St. Johns herald. (St. Johns, Apache County, Ariz.) 1917-1938, December 20, 1917, Image 3',
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Notice 's hereby given that sealed
proposals will be received at the
office of the Board of Supervisors
of Apache County, in the City of
St. Johns, Arizona, until 10 a.m.,
Monday, January 7th, 1918, for
- county printing-, publishing and
. advertising for the fiscal year end
ing December 31st, 1918.
First. Eor publishing the pro
ceedings of the Board of Super
visors . A stated price per inch
to be set in the body type of the
paper in which the proceedings
are published, one insertion only.
Second. For publishing and
printing notices of .reward, elec
tion proclamations and other pub
lic notices required by the county
..and the offices thereof that are
v by law a county charge. A stated
price per inch for such number of
times as is required by law, or
may be required by the Board of
.Supervisors. A stated t price per
inch for each insertion set in body
Third. For publishing and
printing of the- list of persons,
the valuation of whose property
is sought to be added to or raised
by the Board of Equalization as
required by law. A stated price
;;per inch for each insertion set in
Fourth. Bidder may also make
.,a lurnp sum bid or offer as to
vwhat he will print all the pro
ceedings of the Board of Super
visors and Board Equalization,
..,and all Notices that may be re
quired by any of 'the County offi
cers, for the year 1918.
All bidders should file an affida
vit with his or its' bid, showing
that his or its newspaper in which
v:the publication is proposed to be
made has been established and
published within the state of Ari
zona for at least one year prior to
to filing of such affidavit. All
: bids must be accompanied by a
certified check for One Hundred
dollars as a guarantee that the
- bidder will enter into a contract
vfor the faithful performance of
the service. The successful bid-
-der will be required to furnish a
go ' . nd sufficient bond condi
tions upon the faithful perform
ance. of his contract.
A copy of this advertisement
-must accompany each hid.
. Tn Board reserves the right to
reject or accept part or all of any
bid, .r to waive any informalities
in any bid.
All bids must be sealed and ad-
- dressed: "Clerk, Board of Super
visors, St. Johus, Arizona," and
..marked: "Proposals on, County
.Publishing and Printing."
By order of the Board of Su
pervisors', Dec, 3. 1917.
Levi S. Udall,.
Clerk of the Board ofv Supervis
ors, Apache County.
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' This is not only one of the best
-anti most efficient medicine for
coughs, cold and croup, but is
. also pleasant and safe to take,
which is important when medicine
must be given to chileren. Many
mothers have given it their un
qualified endorsement. Adv
I have for sale, at my place in
Vernon, Ariz. Registered Here
ford Bulls. Will sell from one to
carload. Big boned with quality
and breeding. Call early and
,get j-Gur choice of this fancy
John W.. Anderson
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
'for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
ured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken
by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty
.(five years, and has become known as the
.most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's
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;the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poi
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After you have taken "Hall's Catarrh
"Medicine for a short time you will see a
great improvement in your general
health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine at once and get rid of catarrh. Send
tfar testimonials, free.
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. Mrs. L. A. Patterson, 1399 Kentucky
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"I have been a friend of Peruna
for many years. I have used it off
and on for catarrhal complaints and
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Times are hard with us, hut I can
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the year when coughs and colds
are prevalent. We always recom
mend Peruna to our neighbors, for
the benefit it has been to us."
Call for bids on printing and
Notice is hereby given that
sealed proposals will be received
at the office of the Board of Su
pervisors of Apache County, in
St. Johns, Ariz., until 10 o'clock
,a. m., Monday, Jan. 7th, for the
furnishing of printed Blanks,
Books, Stationery, etc., for the
fiscal year ending Dec. 31, 1918.
Specifications therefor to accom
pany each bid.
All bids must be accompanied
by a copy of this advertisement,
and a certified check of One
Hundred Dollars as a guarantee
that bidder will enter into a con
tract for the faithful performance
of the service.
The successful bidder will be
required to give a good and suffi
cient bond, in such amount as the
Board may prescribe, to be ap
proved by the Board, conditioned
upon the faithful performance of
The Board reserves the right to
accept or reject part or all of any
bid, or to waive any informalities
in any bid.
All bids must be sealed arid ad
dressed: "Clerk Board of Super
visors, and marked: "Bid on
Printing and Stationery."
By order ot the Board of Su
pervisors, Dec. 3rd, 1917.
Levi S. Udall, Clerk.
The Board of Supervisors of
Apache County will receive bids
up until 10 a. m. Monday Jan. 7,
Frist: A lump sum bid for fur
nishing all supplies that will be
needed for the Primary Llection
to be held in 1918.
Second: A lump sum JJbid for
furnishing all supplies needed for
the General- Election to be held
Bidders may bid on either one
or both of these. Board reserves
the right to. reject or accept part
or all of any bid .
Levi S. Udall, Clerk.
Calling for bids on sale of School
District No. 10 Bonds, Apache
Notice is hereby given 'hatth
Board of Supervisors of Apache
County, Arizona, will receive
sealed bids for the purchase of
1500.00 School District No. 10
Richville Bonds, at its Office in St. ,
Johns. Bids will be received up j
until 10 A. M.. Monday, January j
The date fixed for the opening '
of said bids shall be January ,7th, I
1918 at 10 A. M.
All bids to be considered shall
be marked sealed bids for "Rich
ville School District Bonds" andj
addressed to the Board of Super
visors of Apache County, Arizona,
and each bid must be accompan
ied by a certified check for 5 of
the total amount of such bid, said
check to be made payable to the
Treasurer of Apache County.
The Board reserves- the right to
reject any and all bids.
' -Levi S. Udall
Clerk Board of Supervisors
(Dec. 13 to Jan. 3rd. inclusive)
For If 0
Coughs w jLa
and Colds : .JS
in the Jlls
It to Our Neighbors.
Those who object to liquid medi
cines can procure Peruna Tablets.
Of granting franchise to con
struct electric light and power
In compliance with paragraph
2362 of the revised Statutes of
Arizona 1913, the Board of Super
visors of Apache County hereby
give public Notice that on the
7th day of January 1918, they
propose to grant to John P. Roth
lisberger a Franchise for the con
struction of an Electric Light and
power line, over and across the
public roads and Highways of
the towns of Eagar and Spring
erville, and others towns and
places in ''Round Valley", Apa
che County. ,
Any one opposed to the grant
ing of such Franchise will be
heard upon that date, also all
petitions opposing the granting
01 uch a Franchise should be filed
01 'or before that date.
I Order of the Board of Super
vi?ors of Apache Councy.
Levi S. Udall , Clerk
(Nov. 29th. to Dec. 27th.)
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Separating a Man from his Money, it can be done
all right ask Doc.
But separating a man from his money for poor
Building Material is a different proposition.
When you see some of the stuff that masquerades
under the guise of .Lumber and Building Material
we really wonder how some people can be separated
from their money so easily.
f5 It's all very well to think of your dollars when
buying Lumber and Building Material, but it is also
mighty good judgement to consider the quality in
f relation to the price.
S When we sell you Lumber and Building Material
i5 we first look to Quality then to price -and finally
to the best and quickest way of giving both.
A. & B. SCHUSTER CO. f
K St. Johns, Arizona
I Public Land 1
B Information concerning Government land
S promptly furnished. Guaranteed scrip for sale,
B contests conducted, plats furnished, school land
B leases procured, Forest Reserve matters adjusted,
E- mineral lands patented, water, reservoir and
fc rights of way applications prepared.
Ten years With General Land S
ft Office, Washington, D. G. and g
1 five years receiver U. S. g
All kinds of building materials, rough and
finished lumber, lath, shingles, moldings or
anything in the lumber line.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
Parties wishing anything in our line will do
well to call on us or write to
H. NELSON, Managers
ALEX. SHREEVE, Prop.
A good place to bring your
For the present, will be at
shop on Saturday only.
Quality, Service, Cask
Street. First door,
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W. D. RENCHER
St. Johns, ' Arizona