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THE AKIZONA ItET UBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1004.
It V v Denver Sanitarium for consumptives and other invalids. Beautifully 4 X situated among the foothills, two miles from heart of Denver, free T : from smoke, noise and dust. Finest apparatus for treatment by X-ray, s electricity, hydrotherapy, and massage. Large orchard and poultry . farm. Resident physicians. Oiw block from Barnum car line.' Private V ' ambulance. "Phone 3700. Villa Park P. O. Write for terms. a ... : Sinking on the Golden Gem mme is habit, it seems, is likely to cause sciat- THE MINING INDUSTRY progressing rapidly. It is found t'.;at the flow of water decreases with d?pth, instead of becoming more abundant, as predicted. Tom's American Kitchen Formerly of English Kitchen. Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private rooms and family style when doslrd.. Tom does all his own pastry. For a good dinner on special occasions or. at ordinary times come to Tom's nsw American Kitchen. 207 North Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona. 4 t t A trial will convince you that :"'is" 'fSS9 Tohe ENGLISH KITCHEN is the coolest and cleanest place to eat. Private dining room in con nection. Picnic lunches put up on short notice.. Commutation tickets $4.50. 25 and. 27 North First street. ' v Made to order or a fine line of hand made trunks in stock. Suit cases, bags, . straps, etc. Keys fitted. Old trunks taken in ex change. 'Phone red 394. PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY, 431 XV. Washington St. i-r-Af .-n't -i - a V 2". i-MB raw V. .. jut s..ritt STANDARD IRONWORKS, Phoenix, Ariz. Engines, . Boilers, ' Pumps, Shafting, Pulleys, Foundry and Machine Shop jr MACHINE WORKS. KUNZ BROS. & MESSENGER. All kinds of Machinery built and repaired. We have a complete outfit of tools for reborlng Engine and Pump Cylinders without remov ing them from their foundation. First class work guaranteed. Second hand Machinery always on hand. Telephone Red 823. Cor Second and Adams Sts. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. THE. WICKENBURG SMELTER. J A Plant of Great Val-.e to That Distort. II. A. Domberger, of the White Tanks Mining Co., which company has lately taken over the Wickenburg smelter, was In Wickenburg .this week, says the Martinez News-Herald. He has had an assayer's room constructed and is now making general improvements about the works. The smelter wilt be blown in shortly. , All the goo-i that has been hoped for by Wicken burgers from the smelter will yet be realized. The financial ability of the new company is such as to warrant its success. This entire mineral belt wiii be aided and stimulated by the suc cessful operation of the smelter. The company is advertising its enterprise in most of the papers of the territory. This gives Wickenburg some free ad vertising and the people of the section can well afford to help an enterprise which will keep the public looking our way. Let every one who has ore that will pay to smelt see to it that the smelter is well supplied. If the smel ter fails to run for want of ore, it will be a long time before the prospectors of the vicinity will have another oppor tunity of proving that they have smelt ing ores. Seize this golden opportun ity before' it is too late. means and energy.. The properties they have incorporated include some rjcn in sold. ui iue EiruiiKesi anu musi promising veins In ,he Mineral Hill district and we see no reason why this new enter A carload shipment of ore i3 beinj prepared at the Oro Plata mine. Thi ! ore is from the winzo recently sunk from the tunnel level and said to bi II. W. Ogilby and S. P. Mahan. two prise should- no. be made a, profitable out tQ ,ook over fc mines f tn(J Q M success. Henry Beard left for; home Crcek Mln, company. Thev re Tueslay by he Santa Fe route. Wm. tinpe(1 t Kln.lnal Tuesdav nifht. Koarn rnr. o n Ctrl moi n f )nrMA' rT . C " . l" .Thursday morning Mr. Ogilby and Mr. Blr.kely departed for the Klondik-j country to look at pome gold proper- look aftpr his nthop nrnnertv Intarncr. I here. 4 NORTHWESTERN ARIZONA. An Interesting Budget of Mining News From Mohave County. PARADISE CAMP BOOMING. Flattering Reports of the New District in trie Chiricahuas. The Mohave, County Miner furnishes the following information concerning 'mining oveiations in that county: Geo. M. Bowers came in from Los Ar.grles Sunday last and will remain in this section for several months. He left for the Union Pass country Thursday to prospect for a vein that he believes to exist in u certain locality. O. Dix Johns, an expert milhr.un of Colorado, arrived in Kingman Tuesday last and departed the following day fo- Chloride, where he has taken a po sition with the Philadelphia and Ari zona people. ties. Trains from every direction are casrvine men to Parniiise thp new mining town in the Chiricahuas. 8av:i4re V.'""1' Vns c,'rryin8 old " Parrburger and Solomon have dif covfrcd p'acer ground near Dra'.te aiv.I aro nt v. ork taking out gold with a di;' washer. The gold is coarse and the ground is said to be rich. A few year ago a tiainman found several small nuggets under a bridge this side of Drake and some effort was made to UiTcovr the sour'-e of the gold. In the fnothi'ls to the east of Drake there rR?tt"-vit,v ' jr. j The IfiGkeiiiiii , Smelter Custom Work a Specialty. WICKENBURG, ARIZONA. Main Office, 213 Fleming Block, Phoenix, Arizona. The above plant, which some time ago passed into new hands, having been liberally capitalizel, fully equipped and put in first, class running order, will be jblown in about the 20th of April.' The people who own the smelter are thorougiy responsible financially and fully competent to operate the same with entire satisfaction. Liberal cash payments in advance will be made on high grade ore delivered at the furnace, or purchased at the mines. An especially fa vorable freight rate schedule has been agreed upon with the Santa Ue, Prescott & Phoenix R. P.., covering- the whole territory from Florence to Prescott. Shippers are assured of square dealing and expert treatment of their ores. The superintendent in charge is one of the best known smelter men in Arizona. He will be assisted by a select company of as sayers, engineers and laborers. A RARE OPPORTUNITY For Mine Owners, Operators and Prospectors. This is the be?t chance the miners of Central Arizona have ever had for reducing their output and developing their properties. At once, superior iron and lime rock flux, cord 'wood, and high grade gold, copper and silver ore. For further information, terms, freight rates, etc., write at once to the Bisbee Review. While there has been some prospecting and assessment work carried on in that section for twenty years the country never attract ed very much attention until the Chlri cahua Development company purchas ed a group of copper mines from Capt. Burns and began development work on an extensive scale about six months ago. This company is now employing.! in the neighborhood of one hundre men ana are instating a vast amoun of up-to-date development machinery Recently other mining properties have been secured by other companies. who have means for developing them. Two towns have sprung up. Paradise? is the original town but at the mines i of the Chiricahua 'Mining company and of the Chiricahua Development com pany another town is well under way, the. company having erected some sub stantial buildings. A large number of new locations have recently ben made in that vicin ity nnd tne general opinion of mining men who hav visited the district i.3 inai me cniricanuas win soon s'iport mining camp of several , hundred en. Nearly all kinds of business is now represented and the "DODulation is ! frro win cr vprv mriirllv Mr. Tinsley, who has been, running ;in. assay oflice in Bisbee lor two years, I yesterday went to the Chiricahuas for : the purpose of opening an assay office fl . at Paradise. o - BEARD-CANSLER MINES. possible that the placer gold from th erorion of these veins. comes I-'. A. S(un of New Tork City, and W. S. Hutchison, of. Boston, who have ibf-cn making an exhaustive examina tion of the .'ev Coinstock' and Sheep ti ail mines, ai rived in Kingman a f-;sv days ago on their way to the east. Mr. jrMii an.i a synuicaie or eastern -neir e1 have for sorr.e time past had an option a't ;op. the properties and their e:amra- ii.ir. alltu inein inui mey nave something good. Dui i.ig the time of their examination they have had the advantage of the mill runs that have been made on the ores from the Kath arine mine, one of the biggest bodies of ore on the coast. The price for which the mines are to pass is a quar- itfcr of a million dollars. Or.bnrn and Wardwell, who have been working a force of men on a group of mines in ths Rmpire Flat country, have opened up splendid bodies of gold and copper ores. The mines are but a short distance from the Colorado riwr and are easily reached by wagon. The haul to the river is about six miles and it is expected that a reduction plant will be installed on the river bank fo. the handling of the ores. ica, lameness, chronic numbness, as cending paralysis, cramps, varicosi veins, and other evils. The reason U Kimple: The back of the kr e, 'U is explained, as well as the front o' th-? cibow and wrist, the groin and th-? j armpit, contains nerves and blood ve-:-j pels which sire less adequately protect- ed than in other part's of the body. The' space behind the knee contains , two large nerves, a large artery, and nu merous veins and lymphatic glands. It is the pressure on these nerves and ves sels which is apt to give rise to the various troubles aga'nst which we a:e warned. Harpers Weekly. FOR THOSE WHO LIVE ON FARMS. Dr. Pergin, Pana. Ills., rrrices: "I have usod Ballard's Snow .Liniment: always recommended it to my friends, as I 'am confident there is no better made. It is a dandy for burns." Those who live on farms are especially liable to many accidental cuts, burns and bruises, which heal rapidly when Bal lard's Snow Liniment is applied. It should always be kept in the house for cases of emergency. 25c, 50c and J1.00 at Elvey Hulett. This week surveyors have been at work laying out a line for an eiectri-5 rond connecting Cedar with Yucca. Tha lino will run easterly from Yuccn. The line will run easterly frm Yucca and will intprsect the new wagon road, that has just been completed. The line will be built over the new moun tain grade nd will be one of rhe finest electric lines in the west. The people behind the enterpiise are capable of putting through this road, as they are men of wealth and have large mining interests i:i the district. SPRING AILMENTS. There is an aching and tired feeling: the liver, bowels and kidneys become Fluggish and inactive, the digestion im paired, with little qr' no appetite, no ambition for anything, and a feeling that the whole body and mind need3 toning up. The trouble is, that during winter, there has been an accumulation of waste matter in the system. Her bine wi'l remote it, secure to the secre tions a right exit,-and by its tonic ef fect, fully rpstores the wasted tissues and give' strength in place of weak ness. 50c at Elvey &. Hulett. HEADACHE IN Pinal County Property to be Worked by Oklahoma and Kansas Men. WANTED THE WICKENBURG SMELTER. Office 218 Fleming Block, Phoenix, Ariz., cr Wickenburg, Ariz. c Win. Beard and his r.epnew, Henry G F.eaid, arrived here Monday from i Shawnee, Oklahoma, to tak up a ' working bond on the Troxel .and the Beard-Cansler mining claims, situated iin the Mineral Hill mining district. says - the Flore-ice Blade. Tuesday j they had District Attorney 0'Conno sraw up articles of incorporation for j a company compered of Oklahoma and i Kansas capitalists and this company j has taken a year's working bond or. j the properties above mentioned. Work j will be commenced on the property Mr.nday, and two csrloads of me will ; be taken out and shipped to prove the ! value of the ore contained in the properties. Henry G. Beard is president of th First National Bank of Shawneo arid is also interested in the electric, car system of that flourishing city The gentlemen associated with him in this mining enterp'iie are men of It i expected that several of tlv; mines of the Walla pal mountain coun try will be operated thi3 summer. Among the many -veins of that section there are some showing large bodie3 of low grade lead silver ore3 that couid bo dressed into shape for shipment to the smelters and at a largo profit. In this range of mountains there is plenty of water and good timber for all kinds of mine work. Mining there could b? carried on a'A the year around and at a moderate cost compared with other Factions of the county. Some of tl. a!l vfn carry very rich gold and silver ore- and with the staning up of the big mines these veins would ce operated by chloriders, who would by attracted to that section as is usual when new camps come to lifs. Chlor iders. could live in that rejion much cheaper than any of the other c.imps of the count. oif account of the abun dance of wood and water and the pos sibilities of raising vegetables and gar den truck nt their doors. During sum mer the mountain is an ideal resort fo campers as well as miners and with I he opening up of the mines then.- hun dreds of people would be attracted tha way. One thi Chief Causes Growth. CHILDREN. Is Rapid NEW THINGS FOR THE BEDROOM. "Forty Wirtks" Chair, the Most Lux urious Novelty. Many children are afflicted with headache. This is not a natural' state of affairs, and the cause should te in- ! vestigated and the remedy applied at ,' comfort, is an addition to the set. It is The newest wrinkle in bed room fur nishings for spring and summer is the use of the crown tapestry canopy for the dresser ar.d bedstead. The chief thing to recommend the tapestry canopy is its economy. Any old bed room suite can be used as a foundation, or even a pine framework, painted white for the dressing table and washstand. The latter is draped with figured tapestry along the simp lest lines to give the valance effect. The dressing table has a crown foun dation overhead from which the tapes try falls in graceful folds and extends to the floor. The background of the mirror is also of the tapestry and in this frame work is set an oval bevtl glass nt a height convenient for a woman to sit when making her toilet. Th? entire dressing table is enveloped in the tapestry, over which a white d'esprit frilled dresser scarf is spread. A bedstead painted white, or a brass one, is draped crown fashion to corres pond with the dressing table and also has valances of the tapestry. White ruffled point d'esprit pillow shams and cpread give the littlo dair.ty touch and tone down the brilliancy of. the floral co'.oi lng. A slipper ottoman, upholsiered and lined with plain sateen, which has pockets around the sides fcr the foot wear, goes with this seL A chair, which is the epitome of NOTICE. The merry-go-round will start May 5'.h and will run regularly every Thursdav, Saturday. Sun day and Tuesday. All will have one hour free 3 t:!! '.. every Saturday. ANTON GOULD '"or. Washington and i-ouith rt.. j . . The O. K. Restaurant Meals at all hours. The finest res taurant in Phoenix. Everything new. New cook, in cleanest and best restau rant on Washington street. 2-JT op posite Boston store. Sam Chung & Wan Bow Co, Maj. W. A. Mensch has a force of men at work on the mines recently bonded to W. S. Fletcher by Pete Ca fiery nnd Anson H. Smith in the Stockton Hill country. Some of these claims produced wonderfully rich gold :uid silver ores. J, D. Jordan has' been out nt thr Treasure Hill Mining company's mine? this week preparing for the installa tion of the new pumping piant. which is expect.'d here sometime thi" wecll.' R LI'CAN once. One of the first causes 'of h-:ad acle is too rapid growth. The reme dy for this would be to keep the child from overwork and teed him on cooling foods and little meat. Indigestion is another cause cf headacha and is gen erally th-v result of improper fod and fivere'cting. For this form of head ache proper food and regular hours for eating ;-re ti".e only remedies. Four hours is the limit of time a child should gn without food during the day. MeaH at regular hours and nothing in be tween should be a household rule. Many headaches come from fleeping in badly aired rooms. Winter and sum mer the sleeping rooms shou'd b? we 1 aired placed well out of the draughts and a window opened at least ten inches1, even in cold weather. See that th-fir eye? are well shsltered from th? light. Headaches sometimes have a nervous origin. In ruch case? the he'd should be kept cool by cold applications and the feet warm by hot foot baths. In case of hereditary headaches plenty of fresh air, and. if possible, sea bath'nj, are recommended. WORLD WIDE REPUTATION. White's Cream Vermifuge has achieved a world wide reputation as being the best of all worm destroyers, nnd for its tonic influence on weak and unthrifty children, as it neutralizes the acidity or sourness of the stomach, im prove' their digestion, and assimilation of food, ftrengthens their nervous system and restores them to the health, vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood. 'Joe at Elvey & Hulett. called the "Thirty Winks." "Forty Winks" of "Fifty Winks," according to its size. It nearly envelopes the oc cupant, and it has not only a hi.?h back, but high sides and pieces, which extend out to the padded arms. A box couch uphalstered in the tap estry, with cushions, is offered as an alternative to the chair. EARTHQUAKES AND MICROBES. Scientists Say Epidemics Follow the Seismic Disturbances. Do earthquakes set microbes in mo tion, or do they only affect the nerves? The children's b-cs shou:d Le ! ' nuim.. ....... . CTiiy. J rum cany nines peMiieiice ims been regarded as one of the accom paniments of earthquakes. Nor is this perhaps a mere figure of superstition. Many instances of epidemics following upon earthquakes are on record, says the Lancet. Thus in 557-60 A. D.. earth quake years. Constantinople was visit ed by a pestilence, and in 615 A. D., after more than a decade of seismic disturbances, which extended from Japan to the Mediterranean, the whole of Italy was visited, according to Sig onius, by a fearful epidemic, of which the nature is not recorded.- Old writ ers, such as Van Plenciz, an authority on the Lisbon earthquake of 1TT5, were wont to attribute the proneness to dis ease exhibited by whole populations duripg earthquake seasons to shaken nerves begotten of prolonged suspense and broken rest at nieht. How often yon hear It remarked: " It only a cold," and a few day later learn that the man is on his back with pneumonia. This is of such common occurrence that a cold, however slight, should not be disregarded. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has gained Its great popularity and extensive sale by its prompt cures of this most common ailment. It always cures and is pleasant to take. It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia. Price 25c, Lare Size 50c. i CIMB' J.THIFBO tgy Era FOUND IN COTTON STALKS. HIS Show it-to Your Neighbors. Tell tour Neighbors About it. THE NLW YORK WORLD TMSICC-A-VUEK EDITION. 1- .! 1 I Bead Wherever the English Language is Spoken. THE THRICE-A'WEEK NEW YORK WORLD -will be supplied for one year for 75 cents with .a six-months' order for the Daily Re publican. As everyone knows, the World Is one of the very greatest newspapers on earth. The edition we offer comes three times week, 156 times a year. You get it with the Hepublcan every day in the year for only 73 cents. The Thrice-a-Wcek World is ab solutely fair in its pol'-t't"'1 news. Partisan bias is never allowed to affect its news columns, and demo crat and republican alike can ob tain in its pages truthful accounts of all the great political campaigns. HIE EV YORK TRIBUNE FARMER. Tho New Yoik Tribune Kajmer I a national illustrated agricultural weekly for farmers and their fami lies, and nVKUY issue contains matter instructive and entertaining to EVERY member of the family. The price Is II per year, but if you like It you can secure it with your own favorite. local newspaper, the Arizona Republican daily or week ly, as a bargain as follows: For 25 cents and an order to take the daily Republican by mail or carrier six months, payable monthly or quarterly, or free with a year weekly Republican and Tribune will be mailed to any address for $2.25. This offer applies to old and new subscribers alike. SUCCESS. The greatest of latter-day periodi cals issued monthly, goes with a six-months' order for the Republi can and 75 cents. Sue-ess has gained an enormcus circulation in the last few years and is without doubt the best per iodical for the home. It-J illustra tions, articles and stories invari ably supply themes for inspiration for young and old, and spurs all readers on to success. Sample copies may be seen at the Republi can office. Doth the Thrice-a-Week World and Success will be given with a six-months order for the Republi can every day at the regular price "and $1.40, or either will be given free with a paid in advance yearly subscription to the Daily Republican. CRAM'S I0EAL REFERECE ATLASv OF 1HE WORLD FOR 1903 Containing latest map of Arizona corrected to July 1, l'.;03.- Sells' at retail everywhere for $5.00. See ex tended description in accompanying circular. This splendid atlas will be supplied to Republican subscrib ers on receipts of a rix-rnonths' order for the daily, and $1.00 In cash. Remember, you pay for the daily monthly at the regular price. The one dollar additional is to cover freight charges and cost of deliv ery. " ' We intend to make subscribers a present of the atlas proper and yo-i get the Republican besides. For a yearly shbsciiption paid in advance to the daily the atlas is supplied without additional cost. REMEMBER that in order to take advantage of the foregoing offers you have but to sign an ord er for the time specified. You pay for the Republican in the usual way at the regular price. . Every subscriber is eligible, whether new cr old, and if you ara not now taking the Republican this is a good time to begin. Detach the coupon and send or bring it to the Arizona Republican, Fhoenix. Orders may be given our canvas sers or agents anywhere and will receive prompt attention from the oflice. 190.. M. XV. Marsden. of Philadelphia, and Joseph Wile, of Kentucky, who revcral months since had a lot of cotton stalks shipped to Philadelphia to have them analyzed, to find If there was som?thing valuable in ll-em, returned to Gonza'es recently with samples of what was found in ther;. The stales wtie founl to contain from $2 to $4 worth of sugar to th3 ton, and to make fine samples of j paper, superior to wood pulp, two pieces ! of nniterial resembling celluloid, smoke less powder competition, alcohol and a valuable ferti'izer. Mr. Marsden thought that an acr of average stalks would amount to :out three tons, and that in the Siu'h. 70, 000,000 tons of slalks were going to waste that were capable of producing that many hundred million; do'.laisi. . These gentlemen show their fa'th in their Investigations by offering to erect n plant at Oonzales for the t-onverMcn of the stalks- into the various artklea Fhown, at n- coFt of $75,000, with a possi ble increase to $250,000, if the citizens would take $25,000 preferred stock. There is no such plant or- industry ye: in operation. Flatonia (Texas) Ar?u. WANTED IT FOR WILLIE. Arizona Arizona Pvbmhiiino Co., Proprietors Arizona Republican. Yoa ar'j a ftlnrizel ti read rae tho ARIttm REPUBLICAN jtail'" for months, for which I auree to pay yni at th) rate of 7." ccn's per month, I desire to take advantego of yc ur ilubblrg and prtmium c ffer and hereby order for wnich I haud you $ .., as alvertibCd in your circular. Signed. CURES WHEN DOCTORS. FAIL. Mrs. Frank Chiasron, Patterson, La., writes June 8th, 1901: "I had malaria fever in very bad i form, was under treatment by doctors, but as soon as I stopped taking their medicine the fever would return. I used a sample bottle of Ilerbine. found it helped me. Then bought two bottles, which completely cured me. I feel grateful to you for furnishing such a splendid medicine, and can- honestly recommend it to those suffering from malaria, as it will sure ly cure them." Herbine, f-Oc bottle at JClvey & Hulett. DON'T CROSS Habit YOUR LEGS. Joseph Jefferson's son William once had a period of being somewhat of a spendthrift. On one occasion cf a trip abroad his funds, which were supposed to be ample, had a habit of giving out with mysterious frequency, when it would become- necessary to call upon his father for renewed supply. The.-e pitiful appeals for aid were endured patiently for a time. Hiu at hist par netal authority began to assert itself, and, instead of a remittance came a "cable" which read: "What for?" The reply was swiftly cabled across the water: "For Willie." Grand Rap Ids Press. "The World's Fair Route." Summer excursions St. Louis and return $o7J() Chicago and return either direct Santa Fe or via St. Louis $G3.G Limit of above tickets '.) days from dates of sale, which are May 11 12 Hi June 152:524 July 1 11 KI Dates for months berond to be announced later. Coast Specials via "THE OILED ROUTE." One night out to clth'-r Lor: Aug.-1' - or San Francisco. The only "ic : right" Une to F: i ; o. V.'c give y i choice of routes. Hither ia J'"-; Angeles, or through the beautiful S-'a.i .Io.i-ii!in Valley. t-'an Francisco and retun Los Angc lc.-. S: l Santa liarlri'i ; Calif, reports . . .i:,.v Diego. Cori'!riu', id' So'itln-: n Tickets' on nnd i-"iitv.rday . Xcv. --'-'th. of i u-;-;i each JJ-.D TiuirKd " i-i:. !.;. ; Ti-.rout 11th. to i-'t. Lou:? Lf. li. Iandis, Gcn'l At: FOLLOW THE FLAG." Wabash Niagara Falls 51ort Line Weekly tourist car iianta Fe to fcSt. F'aul; weekly touriwt car Southern Pacific to .St. Louis. The only line passing and landing passengers at main entr.ince to the World's Fair at St. Louis. ROSS C. CLINE. P. C P. Agt.. Lnr Ant det IEEZSS22SS Going to St, Louis? Is Likely to Cause Paralysis Sciatic r.nd Other Evils. A medical authority has recently ut tered a warning-against the habit of sitting with one knee crossed over the other a pose which is nowadays al most as common among women as among men. This apparently harmless If so you will be interested in knowing that Fie round trip rat.' from Phoenix to the Exposition' ' good for three months is $T.7.!. ami to Chicago $63.60. You will also be interested in knowing -that the SOUTHERN PACIFIC offers you a choice of four different routes to get there. Yn.i : ii go via New Orleans. San Antonio, Ft. Woith and Kan:is City. via Little Hock. Via the Southern Pacific it is possible to go iioin Phoenix to St. Louis without stepping off the train. THE SEASHORE If you are not going to :S. Lonis ii fellows that you cs-.-ap! the heated term by visiting the sea shoie. In thi- event you are alo vitally interested in knowing that the' Southern I'acitic c;m put you there in 17 hours only one night in transit. Summer round trip tickets on sale Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays c-f each week to trie various coast resorts, including San . Diego. Ccrouailo, Cataliii i -and San Francisco. Southern Pacific has the shortest line both to St. Louis and to the sea couut. information you may desire call on or address . , M. 0. BICKNELL, Agent. For any SESZ