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UIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1G, 1904
3 Y- Y Keep it active. Cure your nJIF lll)P.r constipation. Get rid of your sick-headaches, biliousness, indigestion. One Aycr's Pill at bedtime, just one. Mild, h sugar-coated, an vegetable, HOT WEATHER LITIGATION Sails for the Collection of A. A. Pratt's Claims. Two suits wete begun in district vourt yesterday by F. L. Blumer, one against George K. Sanders and the other against the Angel Consolidated Mining company. The plaintiff is the holder of assigned claims of A. A. Pratt against each of the defendants. The claim against Sanders is for ser vices by Pratt acting as his agent for which it is alleged that he was to re ceive $130 a month. He also claims $243.."0 for money expended in the ser vice of Sanders. The total amount due him was $1,198.50 of which he had re ceived $148. The item list of the ex penditures which Pratt made on be half of Sanders shows that he enjoyed nloipst unlimited powers as an agent. He paid not enly on account of the mining operations in which Sanders was engaged but it is shown that he JOINTS AND MUSCLES SV0LIEH AHD STIFF A disease? so painful and far-reaching in its effects upon the human system as Rheumatism, must have a deep and well-laid foundation. It originates and develops in the blood, and, like other diseases of the blood, is fre- -tiipntlv inherited. The r)oisrnmi? nrul4 with rclnYli t!i ifiii . . . - i j it t it.. Diooti is cuargea circulate inrojgu iue down me neaitn, irritating Columbn. o Ma 80 1903 the nerves, Settling in joints I had a severe attack of Larfa-ttiaatory Kheuma and muscles, and causing the tism. Iwus laid up in bed for six montus, rnd the rurn ri!ttinr na-n-; neniliir doctors I i.ad did me no good. They changed med Pliarp, cutting pa.ns peculiar lcme every week, and notning thev prescribed to Rheumatism. Unless the seemed to help me. finally I loft cfT their medi ,.i ,,,.: ,i ;,, i cine and began the use cf S. S. B. My kneo and blood IS purified, pints and elbow joiuts were bo Rwollen and painful that I muscles become coated with could not close them when opened, i was retting tlie nrrid rnUer jr.1 re ren- fUscnrasred when I began 3. S. S., but as I saw it xne acnu matter ar.u ..re rcn was helping me, continued, and to-day nmasound, tiered stiff and sore, and the well man. nerves completely wrecked. 1355 Xlt. Vernon Ava. R. H. CHAPilAN. Rheumatism, being a constitutional blood disease, requires internal treat ment. Liniments, plasters and such things as are applied outwardly, give toning up the nerves and all parts of the S5-stem. It is guaranteed strictly vegetable. Write us should 3-011 desire medical advice, which will cost you uoth i ng. THE S WIFT SPECIFIC CO., A TLANTA, GA. rsnoa: ...THE HOFFMAN g EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS Michelob Beer on Draught HIRSCHTELD. PERKINS & GIBSON Proprietors rrsm tree EE THE CLUB STABLES One rU)ck north of Hotel Adams on North Center street. Nobby turnouts. Safe and speedy stock. V. L. GEORGE & CO. Good Turnouts. Goad Saddle Horses. DUBLIN CORaAL. LIVERY AND SALE STABLE. A. V. VAN D0RLN, Proprietor. Tel. Black 513. .19 E. Jefferson St. Scott's Sanlal-Pepsin Gapsulss A POSITIVE CURE For Inf animation orCatarrb of the Bladder and Diseased Judae3. No cure no pa v. Cures qntekly aud Perms nectly the worst case ol Gonorrhoea and Gleet, nc matter of how long stand ing, absolutely harmless. Sold by drueelsts. Prlc n.00, or by mail, postpaid. 1 00, 8 boxes 12.75. THE SANTAL-PEFSIII CQ BEU-EFONTAIMu, OH'O. EL VEST &. HULETT. AGENTS. W. J. MURPHY Real Estate, Insurance, Loans. 102 West Adam Street. Fifield & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS KttliBAte. Famliihed Room? 11 12-1b O'Neill Building P. O. Box 57 Phoeuiz. Arlsona. Joe Flfield 0to. H. Gllg-her. "Just as Easy" i ii COPYRIGHT. to cook over gas as over coal or ker osene much easier In fact. But yoy ought to think, too, of the freedom from dust and ashes, tbe immediate produc tion of heat, the aving oi temper of wife, cook or housekeepers No delay ed breakfasts when you VWB gaa. Asi us all about.lt. Phoenix Light -& Fuel Co., Car. lit At. m(J Jeierton, TL bold tor t0 years J.O AyetCo Lowell, Mass satisfied the demands of a piano tuner and a scrub woman, and paid Sanders' lodge dues. The principal Item of the whole claim is S 150 ten per cent of a judgment which was given Sanders in a suit -against the Angel Consolidated Mining company, Pratt having had charge of the litigaticn. This Is the company by which Pratt had been formerly employed, part of the time at $150 a month and a part of the time at $120. He was with the Angel company long enough to earn S750 of which he received $204.54. A suit was brought by Mrs. K. D. Culbertson of Burlington, Ills., against Charles H. Barkley and Bell J. Bark ley to foreclose on a mortgage on three lots In Glendale. The defendants four years ago through the Evans Loan and Investment company borrowed $350 of James Crawford, payable in two years. The interest was paid for that time but Bince then none has been paid nor has there been any reduction of the prin cipal. The mortgage was subsequently assigned to the plaintiff. TI . . . ift". system, Dreading v.m--gin only temporary reliet. b.b.b. is tlie recognized great est of all blood purifiers and tonics. c:id in no disease does-it act so promptly and beneCeially as Rheuma tism, neutralizing the acids and restoring tlie blood to a pure, healthy condition and invigorating and K3E3ZB u NEED H TRUSS? Or a good SUSPENSORY? Don't delay in getting one if you need it. And come in and look at our stock, it's complete. All kinds, lowest prices. n ELVEY & HULETT'S DRUG STORE. 5-7 E. VVaShins'ton St. J PRtSCOVT BUSINESS IIRMS. otel Burke AMERICAN PLAN. PRKSCOIT. ARIZONA. 105 rooms. All modern conveniences A strictly first-class and modern hotel Sample rooms for commercial men. Tho ! Bashford - Burniisier Company WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise Prticott, Arizona. WE. CARRY FULL LINES OF I EVERYTHING. WE HAVE A t BIG STORE, WE DO A BIO BUSINESS, BJT CAN 00 MORS. ? When tot Prcott It will pleas j lis to hav yoy ell nd 0t i. tuirH9d. THE PALACE PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. . ?tricly on the European plan. Rfwrrj by the day. w.cek or month. Fiaewt Vvar an! club rooms in th southwest. R0W, SMITH &-GOLCHEK, You Must Stop lor 0 tool room aaJ quiet oight'i rest, The Williams House, Maricopa, Arizona. DEAL CLOSED AT LAST Final Step in the Transfer of the Bap tist Church Property. The sale of the Baptist church prop erty at the corner of Jeffeison street and Second avenue to Messrs. Roos and Tafel of Chicago was concluded yesterday through the agency of J. Ernest Walker. This transaction was practically concluded two week3 ago and already the purchasers have the, construction of a natatorium well un derway. But after it was thought that the transaction was finished a fact which from the earliest times had been overlooked by oil the lawyers of Phoe nix and of the territory was discovered by Mr. Roos. That was that when, a church sells property the case must go through the probate court. In this as in all other cases applica tion had been made to the district court for permission to sell. An order was granted and the deed was execut ed. It was supposed that that was the end of the matter until Mr. Roos no ticed that the probate court figured no where in the proceedings. Then the business of the transfer was re-opened In the probate court. ' A great deal of church property has charged hands in Phoenix but this is the first time the probate court has figured in the proceedings. The excavation and foundations fcr the natatorium are about done. The building which will be finished in a lit tle more than a month will cost Mesrs, Roos and Tafel $10,000. Their whole in vestment will be about $13,000. NOTICE. Beginning June 1st the Maricopa -A Phoenix road will abandon their Seventh street passenger and freight stations, and trains will make no stop there. Effective June 1st all trains will start from the new passenger station, on Center street. The passenger , station not being quite complete, tickets will be sold temporarily at the new freight office on First avenue. M. O. B1CKNELU Supt,- Dr. L. M. Kwikerath of the German Optical Institute, 7 West Adams street, will be here until the 26th of this month only, after which his ofiice will be closed for the summer reason. If there is anything the mat ter with your eyes or if you need glapses of any description. See him while he is here. Call early as possi ble. PRESC0TT HAT DIGGERS They Will Try to Harvest & Valley Crop Next Sunday. ilanaRcr Mansfield of the Phoenix base ball team, and all the local fans are engaged in working up enthusiasm for next Sunday's base ball game be tween the Phoenix club and the Pres cott team.- They are also asking ev erybody else who is sportively inclined to plug for the game and in all events to do no knocking. They expect to leave the knocking to the ball players, at least till after the game is over. when any player who has failed to knock the ball properly may expect to be perscnally knocked, or at least "balled" out. There is no doubt but that both teams will do their best to give a fine exhibition of base ball, something that has been rarely seen here in late years. And it is equally certain that the Pres cott players will receive a warm wel come here. If they are in doubt all they need to do is to ccr.sult the daily weather report. The Prescott Herald which has suf ficient audacity to mix In anything and. everything from boarding house hash to the discussion of questions in meta physics, in speaking of the Prescott base ball team, side steps into poetry as follows: Prescott hag a base ball team Made up of all star players; They are a likely lot of boys. And most of them are prayers, They won three straight from Iron King. But Fince that haven't done a thing But fanned the air kabiff! kabing! Like Verde Valley hayers. With due regard for the feelings of the ball team ! the above few gay thoughts were hurled before the fad readers Just to chirk them up. We never should have called the boys hay diggers only that there was no other word that would rhyme with that last word on the fourth line but "hayers. We e-nly put the word in to make the beautiful Toem complete. Look at the poem from a poematical standpoint. dear readers and do not pay attention to the wording. If you do, ycu will do our players a deep and lasting injury. Get real confidential with a girl, and vou discover that she either has a headache or the blus. Atchison Glote. HAVE YOU A COUGH. A dose of Ballard's Horehound Syruo will relieve it. Have you a cold?-A dose of Ilerbine at bed time and fre quent small doses of Horehound Syrup during the day will remove it. Try it for whooping cough, for asthma, for consumption, for broffchitis. Mrs. Joe McGrath. 327 E. ' First street, Hutch lnson. Kan., writes: "I have used Ballard's Horehound Syrup in my family for five years, and find it the best and mo?t palatable medicine 1 ever used." 2"c, 50c, fl.W. Sold tey Elvey & Hutett. After a man paspes fifty, t h? lc- three hours' slcen it takes hiwn a wee.tr to wake it up. Atchison Glofee. THAT TIRE& FEELING! If you are languid, depressed au'l incapable for work, it indicates! t!at your liver is out f order. IIertolni will ist nature to tbrow off head ache, rheumatkwn and ailments aklH to ner'vpunes and retore the ener gies and vitality f ouiwl ami perfect health. 3. J. Hubbard Temple. Texas, write, Harcfe 21, 1802: "I have sl IIerb4ne tor the past two years. It has dn me mre good tfeaa U tbe doctors. When I feel bad and hve that tired feeling, I take a dose of Ilerbine. It i: the hes4 meicMS ever made for chJIVs anti fever." Mis bottle. Sold &y EWey tfc HlU. To 1 aboltely loyal, a wife Fhov.ll hate those tier htjetxinvl d tsHkeS- A t c'W -8o Gt0bfl AN ARIZONIAN'S INVENTION. F. B. Austin, the well known Tomb stone merchant, has invented a safety device for mining hoists that promises to be muh in demand wherever min ing1 hoists ore In use. The device Is :. simple and practical mechanism for preventing overwinding of cable. In accidents without numbeu many lives have been endangered either through accident or carelessness of engineer in control of cage when same is car ried up to the shieves of the gallows frame, in many instances breaking the cable and dropping the cage to the bottom with its resultant dainago and wreckage. Prospector. PICACHO MINE. Captain Polhamus went up to Pi- cacho t last , week. He reports the camp as lively and everything runn'ng smoothly. From indications the out put of the mines Is satisfactory, thojg the mill capacity is thought not to be as great as it should be for a low grade proposition It is understood, however, that the property Is now being operated at a profit. Yuma Sentinel. WILL START AT ONCE. Work on the Harqua Hala or Bonan za mine, near Harrisburg, will be begun at once. A cook and supplies were sent out on Wednesday. This is one of the biggest mines in Arizona, and If operat ed on a. large scale would add much, ta our prosperity. News -Herald. GODDARD MINING CO. AFFAIRS C. P. Goddard, manager of the God danj Mining company, whose property is situated about two miles northeast of Wickenburg, has a force of men work ing right along in ore averaging $12. They have put up a tiew whim on the ninety-foot shaft and will put in a gas oline engine as toon as it may be need ed. Mr. Goddard believes In the prac tical use of money in mining and i now doing underground work instead of surface improvements. Mr. Goddaid is enthusiastic' over the prospects cf t'.'.i-i property. Nfcws-Hera'.d. "I have been troubled for some time with indigestion and sour stomach. says MrB. Sarah vv. Curtis, of Lee, Mas "and have been taking Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets which have helped me very much so that how I "can eat. many things that before I could not." If you have any trouble with your stomach why not take these Tablets and get well? For sale by all druggists. GOLD ROAD MINE. The Gold Road Mining and Explora tion company is now sinking below the 400 and expects to reach the 500 inside of elxty days. On the 400 the ore bod is one of the largest ever opened in Atizona. considering its great richness. The mine is a surprise to even the of ficers of the company, who were not looking for anything like the property is proving itself to be. or more than 2,000 feet the outcrop is showing great values and several shafts are in con temptation on the Gold Fine and Billy Bryan locations. At the mill the new crushers are in place ana a Ciorougn test of finer crushing and amalgama tion will be had at once. If the results are favorable wet crushing will be at once inaugurated and the capacity of the plant added to. The mill is send ing out another big bar of bullion to day. Mohave Co. Miner. ACUTE RHEUMATISM. Deep tearing or wrenching pains, oc casioned by getting wet through; worse when at rest, or on first moving the limbs and in cold or damp weather. is cured quickly by Ballard's Snow Liniment. Oscar Oleson, Gibson City, Illinois, writes, Feb. 16, 1902: "A year ago I was troubled with a pain in my back. It soon got so bad I could not over. One bottle of Ballard' Liniment cured me." 25c, 50c, bend Snow $1.00. Sold by Elvey & Hulett. THE MOSSBACK MINE. Dr. Slooum has installed a hoisting plant on the Mossback mine and the work of sinking below the 100 level irf under way. Water is readily handled with a bucket, but it is expected that quite a How of water will be encoun tered within the next fifty feet. It is conceded by mining men that the Mossback is one of the greatest min-.s in the whole San Francisco distric'.. The vein is immense and the values at both the 60 foot and 90 foot levels. where it has been crosscut, is thirty five feet in width. Twenty-two feet of the vein gives values said to be in ex cess of $60 to the ton. Dr. Slocum who is in charge of the property, is one of the best mine managers on th-; coat and he has plenty of money back cf him to insure systematic work. No stock of this company is for sale, al though all sorts of offers . have bo .-n made for It. Mohave Co. Miner. CURES OLD SORES. Westmoreland, Kans., May 5, 1902. Tour Ballard Snow Liniment Co.: Snow Liniment cured an old sore on the side of my chin that was supposed to be a cancer. The sore was stub born and would not yield to treatment antil I tried Snow Liniment, which did the work in .short order. My sister. Mrs. " Sophia J. Carson, Allensville, MifTin Co., Pa., has a sore and mis trusts that it is a cancer. Please send her a 58c bottle. For sale by Elvey .4 IlBlett. . t.4LY WAY TO SAVE IRELAND. New Industries Alone Can Cheek the Exodvs ol 49,000 Year. "For twenty-five years over 40,009 people have lft Ireland annually. Un less this is stopped there' will be none k-uit old people and ffiris left tftere in another quarter century. 'It in this which w aro working to av44. and avoid it we must if Ireland ever is to fee more than a name in history." P. J. Hiinto-ti &f Dahlia, wteo speak totalight before tfee Irish Fellowship Club at Kinsley's, declared today at the Stratford hotel that the salvation of Ireland lay ivtt in rehel!kn, nor political endeavor, nor oratorical flights at th i pk-Htes of Irtab aorlethe ta America, but ia industrial reforna. "In Ireland," he saU, "there are 0&0 fanaiUes which live on less than fif teen eeres Jan4. Tlere 9t U: Southern ; wis i&zzsszzsfi THE ROSSMORE. 4ie W. Sixth t. Los Angeles. A splendid rooming house. Close in location, opposite Central Park. Fre-J baths, every convenience. Just thor oughly renovated, Rates $3 week and up. number, 180,000 families which have less than five acres and 90,000 families which have less than one acre. One family may be able to exist on these lit tle1 patches, but when the young men grow up they must find means of sup port elsewhere. "That is why the Irish Industrial So ciety has been organized. It is estab lishing other industriec besides agricul- ture. There are now over 600 of them, but of course they are small Yet they j are doing their work, ana we Know we are not laboring in vein." A NOVELIST AFTER MATERIAL In gathering the material for a recent hook S. R. Crockett lived for nearly three months with a family of smug glers on the eastern Pyrenean frontier; ho spent a week In a camp of Carlists. and with them ran away from the gend armes; he passea tnree nigius witn a hermit who dwelt among the rocks t the upper end of the Valley of the ,ritge: in a fortnight among charcoal burners he discovered that they were mostly ox-brigands and "not so very much 'ex' either," as Mr. Crockett says. TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS The following transcripts of the rec ords of the offices of the district clerk. the probate court and the county re corder are furnished by the Arizona Abstract and Iitle company. The records for yesterday Tyere. PROBATE COURT. D. M. Purman estate: continuance granted. Depositions filed. RECORDER'S OFFICE. Nina Kritser and husband to Maria Christoffersen. mortgage; 9 cows. Emory W. Fisher and wife to H. L. Sanderson, mortgage; wagon, harness. 2 horses. Reliance Coal & Mining Co, articles: amendment changing number of di rectors. ' .' W. C. Dawes, .Valley P. Creamery to Phoenix National bank, mortgage; 85 head cattle, machinery, etc. fj. C. Masten to F. L. -Brill t al., or der sale: lots 6, 10. block 10. Phoenix and others. C. H. Dunlap and wife to C. W. Cat ton,' deed; lots 1, 2, 3. 4, Porter & Bax ter Addn. Trustees Bapttet church to W. J. Rcos. R. M. Tafel, deed: lot 1. block 66. phoenix. Thomas 8. Wallace to S. R. Wallace, release; W.l-Z and W 1-3 or E 1-3 of N.VV. 1-3 o4 Sec. S6, township 1 N.. range 6 K. Hans Herlick and wife to. K. C. Washington, deed; part btoth Z. west Tempe. VST. D. Fulwiler a4 wife t Valley hank, docd; lota 06, 108, 11A. htot-k VTaivcrs4ty Addn. 8. It. Wallace and wife to Emma H. Peery, ded; W J-8 and W. 1-t ol N.E. 1-4 of N.W. 1-4 of See. towaship 1 ?.. rang K. Central avenue Impt. Cel. to S. J. Trtbotet. teas; I 4ory bwitding S.U. j corner Ct&tec amj Monroe etreeta. California Advertisements E8KSSB3I The Steinway Pianos have been the standard of excellence the world over for generations. For the careful buyer who wants to invest, the Ste nvay stands above all others. The owner of a Steinway can afwaya realise something near the value of the instrument, while any othr make would have to be 'Sacrificed. : t . A new carload of Steinways just arrived, including the latest produc tion, the VERTEGRAND, which in appearance is an upright piano but in tone quality equals the grand piano. '.The Steinway Vertegrands sell for ' '. $550 IN EBONIZED CASE. .' r $600 IN MAHOGANY CASE. Time Payments Accepted. When Steinway pianos can be bought at prices like the above, what inducement is there to buy an inferior instrument? Let us send you catalogs and details. GEO. J. BIRKEL CO. Steinway and Cecilian Agents for all of Southern California ancH Arizona, 345-347 S. Spring St., Loy Angeles YE ALPINE Cool and restful at this popular mountain resort. SPLENDID HOTEL and Newly Furnished Tent Cottages. Six trains daiL to Los Angeies. . For Literature write General Passenger Department. PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY, Los Angelet, Cat. HOTEL PALMS ' In heart of city. Arizonlans and 615 S. BROADWAY . . the same first - LOS ANGELES 1 leading hotels. Hotel Neapolitan Sll W. SIXTH ST. LCS ANGELES. Sll W. Sixth St., LOS ANGELES. Nicely furnished loom, with cr without housekeeping privilege. Kates Ji.5t week up. Free baths; telephone ani all con veniences; good, central loeai.on. AIRS. N. J. SMYTH. The Moore Cliff. 121 So. Hi'! St. LOS ANGELES. A new house, just comrleteu. European plan. Large, sunny outside r.om. siarlo rndensuit-?. Nwly sind handsomely fu n- ishctl. Private baths. Hot .ml i-.oiA wa ter in every room. Delightful loea'i.n Care from all depjin. Kutes. 75c djy and up. Special weekr and inonthl iat s. 3. 'j. MO "MilO. Proprietor. The Touraine. 447 So. Hcpe St., LOS ANGELES. CAL. Offers to parties ae:r ng accommoda tions in Los Anjrelrs during the summ r months, 28 completely and fire'y t .m ished npartmcnts, eu-h with private batn and kitchen. The Touraine apattmen s, by means of patented features h-v; al! tlie conveniences of a ? room flit ti o rooms. The createst ndvarce In mnde.r.i apartment hotel build!ng. Deacrip ivo booklet and terms on request. THE LEXINGTON A new up-to-date European hotel. Cafe in connection. Prices reasonable. Centrally located. If you come once you will come again. 443 S. Main, be tween Fourth and Fifth streets, Los Angeles. W!SC0SIN APARTMENTS OCEAN PARK, CAL. The orly "new idea" npartment house at the beat h. Every convenience of Fix room fiat condensed in .wo room?. Most ec;n r.mical way to live, far you can kep Iduhu as well as at home. Write and w will tIl vou all about it. or come and ree snl J-eu'wi!l want to rent at once. Only IS suites, so better hurr" and sjcuro one. CLAY AND BERRYMAN, 68 Pier ave.. Ocean Park, Cal. Can rent or sell you any kind of brash property. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. DESERT LAND. fTnALROOF NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Unitad States Land. Office, Tucson, Arizona, May 25. 1204. Notice . is hereby given that Emma C. Ta.y,ori of Phoenix, 111! mini BB.aaa m TAVERN." Summer rates $3 week and up t tourists. Elevators, fic-o buths and class service in all respects as at all Mariccpa county, Arizona, has filed no tice of intention to make pro-f on her desert-land claim No. 3070. for the SW4. Sec. 8. T. 2-S.. Ti. 5-W.. beforo Clerk of District Court at Lis cff.c In Phoenix. Arizona, on Saturiay. the InJ d3y of July, 1904. She names the following witnesses to prove the complete inigation and re clamation, of said land: Gecre II. Newsholme of Arlington. Arizona. Theron Hill of Arlington. Arizona. Joel E. Clanton of Arlington. Ariron. Archie B. Perry of Arlington. Arizona. MILTON It. MOORE, Register. (First publication May -U JSOrj DESERT LAND. FINAL PROOF NOTICE FOIl PUBLICATION. United States Land Office. Tucron. Ari zna. May 23. 1304. Notice is l.eie'ny given thnt Theron Hill. Assignee of Frar.k:in L. Mosier. of Arlington. Maricora Coun ty, Arizona, has filed notice tf inten tion to make proof on his dert-lan.t claim No. 3063. for the E' NVi. NE and NVi SEU. Sec. 17. T. r-S, K. 5-V.. before Clerk of District Court at h.a office in Phoenix. Arizona on Satur day, the 2nd day of July. 10L He names the following witness.- to prove the complete irrigation and re clamation of said land: Emma C Tay lor cf Phoenix. Arizona. George II. Newsholme of Arlington. Arizona. Jool E. Clanton of Arlington. Artiona. Archie B. Perry of Arlington. Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE, Register. (First publication May 28. 1304) Proposals for lumber, brick, cement, etc., U. S. Indian chool, Truxton, Ari zona. Sealed proposal. ind. r-i "Proposals for lumber, etc.," and ad dressed to the undersigned at Truxton. Ari7ona. Will be received at the Indian school until 2 o'clock p. m. of Wedrus day. June 29th. 1904. for furnishing and delivering, as required by the upe:in tendent. 11,473 fo-t of lumber, assorted. &500 shingles, 10.000 brick. 175 barrel of cement end two kegs of nails as per "Ut and specifications obtalnab'e at th school. Bidden are requefted to ftate specifically in their bids the rrop--l price of ech article to bo offered un der contract. All articles offered unde? contract will be subject to rigid in spection. The right I reserved to rrjt any or all bids or any part of any bli if deemed for the best interests of tre service. Eich b'd must b? accompar!" J by a certified check or draft on ,ma Vnited States depotory or solvent ra tional bank, made payable to the or!rr of the commissioner of Indian alf-ilr. for nt least five per cent of the amount of the proposal, which chevk or draft will be forfeited to the Un.tru f ttes la case any bidder or bidder receiving an award shall fail to promptly exerul a! contract with good and sufficient sure ties, otherwise to be returned to th bidder. Bids accompanied by rah In lieu of certified check will not b con sidered. For further information arpiy to James S. Perkins, superintendent. Truxton, Arizona.