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TM BJSBflE DAILY REVJEW..BISBEE. ARIZONA, .SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1912.
Woodrow Wilson's Ideas on
Appointments to Cabinet
After citing tho fact tbat "our re
cent presidents have not bought their
associates (of the Cabinet) among
those whom the fortunes of party con
test have brought Into prominence mid
Influence, but have called their per
sonal friends and busslness colleagues
to cabinet positions, and men "aho
have given proor of their efficiency In
private, not lu public life, Woodrow
Wilson, in his admirable treatise ou
"Constitutional government in tna
United States," says:
The Cabinet is an -executive, not a
.Political body The president cannot
himself be the actual executive; he
must theijefpro find, to act' in his
stead, men of tho best legal and bus
iness girts, and depend uKn them for
the actual administration of the gov
ernment In all its daily activities.
Relies on Cabinet
If he seek political advice of hU
executive colleagues, he seeks It oe
cause he ivlles upon their natural
good sense and exjierienced judgment,
upon their knowledge of the country
and Its business and social conditions,
upon their sagacity as representative
citizens of more than usual observa
tion and discretion, not because thev
are supposed to have- had any ver
intimate contact with politics or to
have made a profession, of public at
falrs. He has chosen not representa
live iiolitlclans, but eminent" represent
ative citizens, selecting them rather
for their special fitness for the great
businebs posts to which he has assign
ed them than for their political ex
perience, and looking to them for ad
vice in the actual conduct of the gov
ernment rather than in shaping of
political policy. They are. in his view,
not necessarily political officers at all.
Self reliant hum will regard tbtjlr
cabinets as executive councils, men
leas self-reliant or more prudent will
regard them as also Klitlcal councils,
and will wish to 'call into them men
"ho nave earned the confidence of
their party. Tlje character of the
cabinet may be made a nice index of
-thVjjtif?ory of the presidential office,
aft' well as of the president's theor
of party government; but the one
view is so far as I can see, as consti
tutional as the other.
This very clear exposition of the
president's cabinet and its place in
our system of government is particu
larly interesting justi,itow in view of
the fact that Wilson, writer of histor,
is shortly to be president, and to ap
ply his theory to practice. In a senst.
the president's cabinet has taken the
place in our American experiment of
the King's Privy Council.
It was found in the beginning of
our government that the president r
quired the counsel of advisers upon
whom he could place reliance in the This rule has beeo disregarded not
discharge of his duties. It was be- j infrequently
lieved b many of the most astute Cleveland Recognized South
statesmen of the periodt that an Another rule that was adopted when
executive rouncil was tntial to ' the AVhlgs stepped out and the demo
safe and-regular government, and vai'-jcrals stepped in was that a state
ious measures were considered look-' which received a cabinet appointment
Ing to such an estillshment The 1 should not be given a foreign minis
president could not do all the work of , tcr In the post-bellum period the
his office without competent assist- west has taken the place of the south
ance, and after much discussion and , in cabinet appointments, and it was
as necessity compelled, there were not until Cleveland's time in ISS4 that
created b legislative act the several the south was recognized in cabinet
executive departments of the govern- appointments
ment. It was found that entire de-, How-Governor Wilson will build his
pendence could not be placed upon cabinet no op.e knows: but it Cin he
groups of informal advisers, and fin- 'iconfldentlj- predicted that he will kepp
' ally the callnet as now constituted ' clearly In mind the view that fitness
was evolved and has become a fix- shall be the sole test of selection,
ture of our government It was in the ( and that his cabinet advisers will he
time of Jefferson that the real be?ln- men of ' natural good ense and ex
iling of assembled consultation was' perienced Judgment." tullj informed
made and through this inner council of the business and social conditions
the president is placed in intimate and of the country ; not "representative
trustworthy touch with all the affairs politicians, but "minent representative
of the country and is enabled to per- citizens" to whom he and the counto
form one of the very Important func- cn look "for advice in the actual con
tions of keeping the congress advised duct of the government rather than
of "the state of the I'nion " in the shaping of political policy "
Cabinet in Harmony ( New York Times.
The old theory was that JBe mem-1
bers of the cabinet blioald hold the;
same political tenets an the president j
and the party that elected him. In
tho first cabinet such was not tho I
case, as in Washington's official fam-imi.i
ily Hamilton and Jefferson, who were,ts worth and da not hcxttate to pre-
aimosi as xar apart, as im puira jii'gpj.jbg jt
tlieir view 01 representative SJ-
menu eunjruBu '"f-r.""
doubtless oiusniimes By meir uuier-
ences of opinion. After tbe retirement
of Itandolph from the department of
state however. . Washington himself.
who deprecated the existence of iwrty j
strife, organized a eafctnet the mem-
bers of which agreed with him ana
and with each other. John Adams.
the first president who owed his elee-1
tion to a political party, adhered 10 '
party line in the selection of bis '
Advisers, and since the presidency be-,
camo a political office icHtleal agree-
ment between president and Cabinet
has been -recognised as the prime 1
rule to be observed in forming an ad-
ministration." It may not be a very
.i.i-tj ,hi i..,f 1, i... .-!
of hwnan nature in It. There have
uroVfrom the rule, if such 1t may I
lun In fart, a fw nntahlf dpimrt-
HAPPY TSCO? IHARRTED?
There are nnhtppy married lives, but s larfe percentage of these unhappy
home are due to the illnetf of the wife, mother or daughter. The (eelin(i of
ncrvoutnes, the hefo&Ced nrad, th: ill-tcaipcr, the pU jnd wrinkled face, hollow
and circled eyes, result most often from those disorders peculiar to women. For
the woman to be happy and good-took aj she must naturally have good health.
Sragjing-down feelings, hysteria, hot-fashes or constantly returning pains and
aches are too great a drain upon a woman's vitality and strength. Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription restores weak d sick women tp sound health by regu
lating and correcting the local disorder which are generally responsible for the
above distressing symptoms.
"I sufTcnd srrartr
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JVMT9 w p- new, iiw.
ovTca, of Utk-a. Ohte.
frff.--. p-rifmat, "3 receipt ot 01
In 1803. Walter Q. Orcsham, who
had been a member of Arthur's cab
inet, and had been a strong candidate
for the republican nomination for
president, was appointed secretary of
state by Mr Cleveland. There was
much bitter criticism of this act of
Sir. Cleveland .by the spalls brigade,
but the choice was made because of
Mr. Greshnm s acknowledged fitness
for the ornv and because of the
president's vlh to wipe out purely
partisan lines in tho selection of a
man to look after the foreign affairs
of the countrj I.uke K. Wright, a
southern man and a, democrat, was
appoint! secretary of v.-ur b Pres
ident Roosevelt, and Jacob M Dick
inson, also a southern man and a dem
ocrat, was appointed secretary of war
by president Taft "There are only
two instances in which men have
been called into the cabinet immedi
ately from tho opposition. IJncoln in
his selection of Stanton to be his war
minister, bet aside the prime rule
of cabinet making in order to Becure
a particular man." The other notable
case was when President llajes ap
pointed David M. Key, a southern man
to be postmaster general In his cab
inet. 'The circumstances which just
ify tb overstepping of partv lines in
tho administration are exceedingly
rare, and," in the opinion of Mary L.
Hinsdale In her "History of the Pres
ldent's Cabinet. nobody would ad
vocate it as a practice, unless he
were an independent of the most
In the making of cabinets some
rules have lieen followed. The ap
pointments have been largely person
al. That is not to be wondered at in
view of the ver close relation be
tween the president and his cabinet
officers This idea of selection for
personal reasons obtained in Jackson s
cabinet and in Grant's cabinet- With
the selection of cabinet officers geo
graphv has had a good deal to do.
Tho conditions have been regarded as
Meal where geographical situation
could be combined with fitness and
ability In the early times Virginia
was rich in cabinet material and New
York. Pennsylvania, and Massachu
setts have all had possibly more than
their share of cabinet appointments.
It was not until 1S2.. under John
Qulncy Adams, that the west was ad
mitted to the cabinet table, and prior
to the war between tho states no
state west of the Mississippi river had
ever supplied a cabinet member Tho
spoils system has also had much to
do with the selection of cabinet offi
cers, and in the division of tne
spoils it has been Insisted that there
Should not be more than one cabinet
appointment allottedjjp a single state.
FOR WOMAN'S ILLS
new recocnized the world over is T.v-
,ia R pinkham' Vegetable Compound
fir minrtmi i.hvoinlans rprnsniTH
Kor ncar,y forty Jear8 tnis ,amous
root and herb medicine 'has Ibcen
., vsfni in rnnrrntl.
Ing the diseases of women. Merit alone
could have stood this test of time.
,Home L!' I I',
unlike most birds, the grebes do not
brood their eggs continually. It is only
it night and on cloudy days that you
will find them at home. As soon as the
jUn has risen and warmed the chilly
morning air he old bird leaves her
nMt and coject!ng decayinK vejro,
ut fron a gh fce
, . . ,h . . u ,n,v
". Bne covers th fggs with a thick
Jn and .,aTe sweltering mas. J
ai streaming mucK 10 natcn inem
MIe she spend the Say In Idleness
tor a number of rears and for the rst three
i.i 11I ...li .Tf.n ti rttmr
iuo nss m xnwj w. ic. m nw, iw. m . i
Kou(e i. The doctors told tm I would hare to I
go to a hospital belors I woakl ever M better. A rear af-ollus winter
and sprl-iz I was wot than erer before. At each period I suffered like
cue in torment, I un tke rootiter rf six cMMreru I -nu, to bad for
nve montha that 1 kceir aomethina nrast be done, bo I wroteto Il-r, B. V
Deree, teDinit hid ar teertr aa I eooM bow I aafferrf . II oupincd a
tootm of treatment hxh I followed to tho letter. I toolcf wo buttles
of FaorltoPreerlr'on' andoneof 'Codlen Medical Diacwerr 'and a
ftfty-eent bntOnf Smart-Weed.' and bare neer suffered moeh tince.
I wuh 1 could tell o-trj- safTerlnar wwnan tba world oer what a boon.
Tit. rterea's tnedtriaea in. Thero l no nta watting; time and mosey
doctorfnz with anrtlurg- elee or an one else."
The Medical Adviser by R.V. Pierce, M. D Buffalo,
N. Y., answers hosts of delicate questions about which
every women, sinflo or married ought to know. Sent frit
mps to pay ior Trreppin j aaa eainioi uaiy.
THEY'LL ENJOY HIGH SOCIAL POSITION
WHILE HUSBANDS DOMINATE CONGRESS
Jtm (it Uia Itft), Mrs.
Miami Concentrator One
of Biggest in the World
The new concentrator of the Mi
ami Copper Co. is one of the largest
in the world as well as one of Ue
most complete In labor saving equip
ment, and It Is correspondingly effi
clent In its operation, says the Min
ing and Scientific Press The plan
is designed to take every advantage
of natural conditions, such as the lay
of the ground and, at the same time,
It has Incorporated a most complete
conveying s stem into its design. The
importance of tho mechanical handl
ing of.oie is recognized In all. modem
ore treating nlantfe.aiid most" cases
the development of ore deiioslts would
not be commercially possible without ;
me use 01 conveying machinery. Tne
economv of conveyors lies not onlx in.
the great saving in lalor, but it also
permits accurate sampling and mKiug
as well as allowing uniform feeding.
The shaft, crusher building, and
aiuingf.oins ore an .uuated ,on a
ridge In line with the bins and uuon
tilt Sldf lit th hill lu ffl. mtll.nntr.if. I
mir nianf ln.ir ti,. ,.a...... ,
the ore. durlnc the concBntratinn
constantly Lenlng .carried down war 1
by gravity, thus passing through the
process with no further necessity ior
Skips 7 1-2 Tons Capacity
Ore is hoisted In 7 1-2 ton skins.
which are dumped automatically hitol
bins abo lh i-nishnr Pmm .h '
bins the "ore is drawn out by 4S in.
rotary feeders aud delivered to two
Jo. , 1-2 gjratory crushers. Prom
the crushers the ore passes upon a
30 in, inclined Stepbens-Adainson
belt conveyor. 257 ft between centers
of end pulleys. This conveyor rises
in an inclined galler to a point above
the storage -bins, where it discharges
upon the horizontal distributing conveyor-
This is necessarll , or the
anie width aud capacity, and is Zl'J
in between centers This conie..or
is earned horizontal!) in a galle.y
above a row of six cylindrical steel
storage-bins of 100 tons capacity eacn.
The -conveyor Is equippped with an
automatic tripper, traveling back and
forth on a track along the conveyor
line and serving the various bins
through openings in the gallery floor.
Rise Separate Conveyors
!iHvHnir th -rnhrul nri
On delivering the crushed ore to the
concentrator for treatment, a separate 1
conveyor leads from each bin to the
plant An automatic disc feeder and
sampler regulates thj feed lrom tie
bin to the conveyor and,, at the same
time, it Is arranged that of the ore
delivered by every fifth revolution of
the feeder disc, a small percentage is
automatically diverted as a sample.
Under this arrangement, an anarjis
of Uja ore may be made at the time
the ore is delivered for treatment and
the nature of the treatment is thusale-
fjermine,! The conveyors, leading fom
the bins to the coneentnttorru each
14 in. 'wide and 24 ft. between centers
leading directly to the reducinga rolli
In the concentrator imlldln?.
As a protection for the reducing
rolls, a jioaer electro-magnet is sus
pended above the first conveyor which
removes all scraps of Iron which have
become intermixed with the ore This
is a. precaution Which Bl'iuld be taken
in all cases where bits oY Iron or tools
dropped by the wdrkmen are apt to
get lu the ore. cause serious damaga
to the crushers or rolls, and conse
imcntly delay the entire plant.
On account of the high position of
j the plant, it was not practical to placo
me concentrate-Dins near tne plant
and to bring the rUUroad to them. The
method adopted was to place tlio bins
considerable distance from the con
centrutor at a le'Vel more easily ac
cessible by the railroad. In order to
supply the bins under this arrange
ment, it wag necessary to construct
a long tunnol through which tho con
centrate Is delivered from the plant
tp the bins
The general construction ot the con--
oictr W. Underwccd (top right) and
centrator biuldings is concrete, steel,
and corrugated iron In this connec
tion, a leature which immediately
strike's a visltorto tho plant is that
all buildings and galleries are abso
lutely and scrupulously clean. This
Is a feature which is more easily pos
sible in this plant than in those where
the material handled produces a quant
ity of dust, but nevertheless the re
sult is attained 'only by means of a.
certain amount -at work, and the con
trast presented t -other plants is very
pleasing The arlous levels of the
concentrator are' connected by iron
stairways for the convenience ot
guests and employees, and all parts
and equipment of the plant are easily
Electric Drives Installed
Electric drives ure used throughout
the plant, the power being generated
in the company own power-plant
mis is near uie loamng bins, besme j
SfP1""?' f fnV fUel ',8 eHl,ly SUI 1
piled Tho building and etiipmnt
of the power-station are also thor
Doner-btatlon arc also thor-1
.?nslly moderu and .efficient and in
keeping with the character of the
The capacity of this concentrator
is 2000 tons of ore per da The con
centrate is all shipped to the Can-
I anea smelter, at Cananca, Sonora,
?,ex'co At l'lls Cwn Pknt there
' a'8 a system of Stephens Adam-
son conveyors ior beading and re
claiming the concentrate and deliv
ering it to the roasters. This system
was illustrated and described in tho
Minim; and Scientific Press of May
The Miami plant was designed and
constructed under the supervision of
H. Kenyon fturch and is now operat
ed under the management of H. "Bnt
ton Gottsberser, general manager for
the Miami Copper. Co AH conveyors
for this plant weie furnished by the
Stcphens-Adamsoa Mfg Co. as well
as a large amount of the equipment
used in the concentrator, lnrludlng
over one hundred conical settlers.
, 'There could bf no better medicine
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
My children werd'a'l sick with whoop
Iiik couch. f.Hf or them was in'bed.
tbad a h'Gi fever, and was coughing
I lin litj-j"irl "lit ir - oat lium
UJ' M,00"1- Pur doctor gave tjier,
i.uuiiiuuriHiH s imiu ueiHcuy anu i"
Drst dose caked them, and ih,ree",bot
ties xuretl them,? sas Mrs. 15. A.
Itonaldson, of Lexington, Misei. J'or
ale by all dealejs. AdyertisemonL
Make Bathing Form of Worship,
Oar American bathing resorts palo
into incfEniflcancK beside' those of ln
dia though to thr Hindoo bathing Is
a religious duty sfrwell as aiersoBal
t.-J 1 V. .1 ......
luxury1. East India papers report (hat
during c-no week recently at the holy
city of Allahabad nearly S.OOO.WHJ peo
ple bitr.eo in th rivers Jumna and
pausea, which mtt at that slace.
- t. V 7 it-
.-... - New BooffnB Material.
Cinder concrete in In faror for
.rooSng, not only because ofaits ,sub
stantlal character, but because nails
way b? driven intc iL The nails take
a good hold and are preserved in
place. The material Is prepared In
eight-foot lengths and, as It njay be
nailed in place, it Is very convenient
for roofs of largo buildings sucb ax
rmorie, halls and rlnkj
Turning the;, Vo;ld Over.
"Wh.et 'Archipcde's hpUredsp;r8
me a'ver,Snd t will lift and JLuauSa
world iJVer," Tie was only propheiylsu
tha coming powers'of our Yanke stylo
of advertising that is r.alilns thp
whou-wcrld whirypund tajwjr five
tlme3 aday wherajt tarnpd oaJy onc
year Is old Chinese Czjt.
II GLEAN SCULP MEATS
There is nothing "just as good as
Juwbros Herpicide. Some dealers will
even go eo far as to tell vou they have
That dealer hag aij axe to. grind
You can't stop his grinding, but you
cau prevent him grinding jt at jour
There is one eure, swift way to do
Go where you can get what you asl;
YOU VVOU't be 1)1)1 1 ceil to rtr this voi-v
, -. ... uw w IW.T
oiien, as loriundteiy tho majority of
unt&s.siH are honest and conscientious.
New bra's Ilerplcidehas been so Iouk
fi)ltl (aitM).)i.H. .... . r. . . . .
-.. i.wmui, Kiiunii as uiaongindi
drandruft genu descrororthaT'no oua
should be deceived. "V
When vou peed a hair remedy, you
-ii v i-.aui um -wuicn mereiv nromisen
to hill Due dandruff germ and prevent
the hair from falling.
You want one tbat will do it.
Herpicide does it.
Tho hair become, soft and lustrous
ThcrQ Is l.fe, snap and beauty where
formerly the hair waa dead, dull and
Newbro'a lierplclde in 50c and J1.00
sizes is sold by all dealers who guar
antee it to do all- that is ciaiinfci. If
you are not satisfied your money will
Applications of this wonderful nrrv
I phylactic may be obtained at the beH
uaruer snopsanu na.r dressing parlor.
Send ten cents in postace or silver
to The Herpicide Co., Dopt. If.. Detroit,
.Mien., ror a nice sample of Homicide
, uua a oooKlat telling all about hair.
Insurance & Loans.
Real Estnte. Bargains in homes on
easy terms. .
1 room bungalow in Warron, pood
location and large lot, $300 cash,
balance easy ierais.
room houso at a bargain In War
ren, good locution, largo lot and
good fence, outbuildings and shrub
cry 51000.00, cash, balauco easy
T. A. HUGHES, Manager.
Bank of nisbee n.dg. Phone 190
Like the "PHI" Nut.
Thfl "piir nut tree utowr 'n the
aouthern part of the Island of Luzon,
and n0cre clso in tho Philippines!
1. ,a i,r,.0 1rna , ... ,r ' ' .
.. . ' . u "
scrmea as extraordinarily nrh In
flavor. Ail tho Americans in the Phil
ippines think It the finest nut grown.
When the nuts are roasted, If a light
ed match b touched to one of them.
It will bum like a lamp, so rich is It
Parisians Find Rent a Burden.
Tlents In Paris hare increase hcav
ily within tho hut decade. Tho num
ber of vacant dwellings is constantly
decreasing and many citizens fear'hat
vltMn flvo or six yea. 4 they w!l eith
er have to pay cnbearaoiy high rents
or move c-Jtsido ths city
THE GREATEST KIDNEY REM
EDY ON EARTH' SAYS A
I want to tell you how mnch good
your Swamp-IIoot did me About four
years ago. I suffered from what the,
doctora called fistula and for two
years or tltat time I endured what '
no tongue can teji. I also had inflam-1
matloti of the bladder and I tr.ed dqe- j
tors' medicine wlthouJ receiv Ins; uiy
help. Someone told me about Dr. Kil
mer's Swamp-IIoot. i
, After giving It a thorough trial, I J
ictuii.-u oi, w Kepi on using ii
and today-.! am a strong and w.ell "
woman, u l ,evec feel I(lly oc, out of
sort?, i tako SwamMloot and it nl
l:a'18 straightens me'out I honesUy
I hollBVA 1& Ihli. M...ltl.A . ...l.f ..
believe tbfit this medicine would ourc
aHrtrpubles ion reeommsnd it for and
it U a pleasure -for m to seed my
testimony and photoa-raph to you. 1
think Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is one
of the greatest emdieines on earth.
SIRS. JOHN' IJAIMiY.
Snbwribed and sworn lo beforo me
this 12th day of July. 1900.
C. A. UBNNKTT.
! Leter to I
Dr. Kilmer &. Co.. I
I Binghamton, N. Y. j
Prove Vhat Swamp-Root VIII Do For
( You. , -Send
to Dr. KJIpier it Co, IllnRham-
ton, K. Y-. for a sumnle bottle. It will
convince anyoao. Yoo will als rcceivo t
a booklot of valuable information tlol
ing all about the kidneys and blad
der. When writing, bo oura and men
tion The Ulsbeo Daily Iteviow. Regular
flfty oent and one dollar slse hottlcs
for sale at all drug stores. Advertise
Coal Must be
About this tlmo Isn't it? Bet
ter have us put you In your sup
ply right now. Then you'll have
that Off your alnd any way
Coal doesn't spoil and you hav e
got fo get ll sooner or later.
So why not order now and thus
be prepared for any emergency.
Oak chunks. Juniper aud Oak
wood, ny lengths, chicken feed
Blsbec Telephone 2JC
Lowell Telephone 120
Office Main St,
Connecting with Logan & Bryan
Private Wire System at Denver
CORRESPONDENTS: Paine Web
ber & Co., BoY.tcn and CalumtL
Logan A. Bryan, Chicago and Nw
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN COPPER STOCKS
List Your Property
For Quick Sales With
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Phone 10. Main Street
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
and High Class Cafe
c 1 M nn T.M- JU-t- m - P- r."i i o
opeuai 3i.vv lauie a nuic
Reg Iar 50c Luncheon Daily
ALL ABOARD FOR TURKEY
on Thanksgiving. By tne 'way, arc
thero any places on your poultry
house or barn which will allow jour
birds to get out or some night prowl
er to get in" Why not he us, bind
j on lumber enough to make toem
secure. Don't "Aaii till your Thanhs
giving dinner is stolen Do it cov.
WAT0!.!0 Lumber Go,
Bisbee Lvmbcr Company, Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RETAll 'JEALERS IN OREGON AND
TEXAS PINE, REDWOOD SHvGl.ES, MOULDINGS. BUILDERS
HARDWARE, DOORS AND ;-.vSHS OF ALL KINDS, MINING
TIMBERS AND WEDGES, CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY.
TELEPHONE L-12S EMIL KARKS, Manager.
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PI t - 1 Jlountaln Time.
3. 1 a.Ce LilVerV' su'h und train connects with El
,..,4 IiTJ-i!.' r "iTaso & Southwestern cast- bound
and Undertaking Co. tra;n for El Paso, leaving Hachita.at
TiIwil1.bEard' PrPr,etor j 11:69 a. m.. Jlountnin Time, and
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE Wth West bound train for Douglas
Phone Phone j and BIsbe, leaving Hachita at 11:59
Bl8bee Z3 Lowell 7 t a. m., Mountain Time.
PHONE 268 i i
Next Fair H!l
JOHN A. CAMPBELL
214 Douglks IHd,
Los Angeles, Calif
HOMES ACRES RANCHES
For Sale or Exchange
CALIFORNIA - ARIZONA
SBND ME YOUR INQUIRIES
KST'lJa JO-r53J . - V6H"
ft, -&$ '
& Feed Company
Opp. Palace Stables'
viuaer liom o;au 10 o p. w.
HENRY P0PPEN, Manage j
THE ARIZONA AND NEW
.MEXICO RAILROAD GO.
7 Sj a ra. Lv Clifton ar. 4 63 p. m.
S ir a. m. Lv Guthrie Lv S:30 p. m.
0 00 a. m. Lv Duncan Lv 2:3C p. m.
10 2 a. m. Lv Ixrds',tinrLvli33p. m.
11 30 n. m. Ar Hachita Lv 12; 10 p. m.
bouth bound train connects with
Southern Pacific west bound train
No 1, leaving Lordsburs 10;G7 a. m..
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,CJIftQn, Art. General Pagsenggr Agent
O. JC. LIVERY and
ROBERT HENNESST, rrop.
pnone 10. Op. Depot Ambubxnea
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