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HIP MOVEMENT WORK
OAK PARK'S METHOD OF DOING IT
laj nmnlfn Arronipllhrl In the C'hl
enuo Bnlnirlt hj- the Town llrttrr
uirnt Annnrlntlon Prpoldpnl Trench
Trllaj of It n t Ufnrtorr Onllook,
H.v organizing the village of ( a k
iark, n suburb of Chicago, into ill
rlsions, oacli working for tin physical
betterment of its ow n restncte t tcrrl
tory, the Dak Turk Improvement asso
clntioii secures the general welfare of
the district, says the Chic.mo Post.
The outhok for this year is satisfac
tory, nceor.lim: to President laniel tj.
Trench, nnl the association is alile to
turn its attention to .piesiious wliioli
effect the whole community
"While we liavo about .".i members
In our main organization." explained
Mr. Trench a short time ago, ''we really
transact business at our mo,i:'i!y meet
ings through the chairmen of the see
Hons, who report on getier.il progress
anil receive ami make MUiiostions.
"The cenlial organization is support
ed 1.V a lionai:il subscript .0.1 of -."
cents from each member. This is spent
In securing publicity ami distributing!
circulars. The sections are financed I
by voluntary subscriptions running :
from Jf'J tip. i
"The village nt i resent N iiout half'
organized. Clean streets and alleys
re maintained by the si.'i.iry so-'
clrlles. there tVIng a genera! commit-,
tee ns well. In the same way we have
a committee on vacant lots and park
ways. Property owners who neglect ,
their vacant lots are re.iticsied to rem ;
Are liirnlrd n tnc I
Trior U. the nineteenth iviini'j' '.vl ;
gallon, cxiepl on the h'uh s":is, w tin
mainly that of the Irish pilot Oo
Claimed to know nil the t'. Us 1.1 ill''
hallxr. "An' there's w.i of lien I"
mild he as he st -n K.
till appro. i
land o.if I '(s tJ
'mow how far he is from ti e i . li.hon -C
r lieaill.ittd in siulit. Tii.ouulat'o.i
tells him Two points on laud Non,;
taken f.'. theboe of the tu incie. line
from ll'i'se puii'tv, repi'i i't.iiiu tlu'
other two side of the ti ule. are
drawn til (hev iiilersoct. Tn.it apex
of the triangle will be the point where
the observer is. Then the ilistanee
from his Hiint to the laud can be easily
The i...uitiine wars under Napoleon
disclosed the dangerous ignorance of
I'rciu h mariners about their ow n sea
coast, l'retieh vessels were unable t.
break c run their enemies' blockade.
After I"'.!"' was established P.eau
teuips Iteaupre was appointed as the
oruaui.'i '- and chief of corps of engi
neers to ehart the whole ooast of
Trance. Ilis vvoik was so well done
that the other naval powers hastened
to chart llio'r own coasts according to
The h. ad of a rock may easily escape
ordinar. soundings, or lie between
soiindhi.-. W hen covered by ton or
f v. .iter and unmarked ly
reakers. it is hard to tind. J
U own it is hard to get
I'lie lead may glide over j
eu in well surveyed waters i
hip out of hundreds
mav -rind the r.H'k wit'i
it. so Ih; ! ov cu
its keel "
l! roups (1;
are lasi ed
lines at. 1 s i
ing boa: un
are then t
dy the unsightly conditions, and oecu- j
piers nre persuaded to attend to park- j
ways iu front of their residences. j
"Another committee looks after trees j
and parks. Oak Park is proud of Its;
trees, and the o imniittee sees that;
tops ft re taken t prot.v- them either j
against the bin -tin y were threaten-!
ed xvlth It last year ir against tele
phone or telegraph companies that
would Injure them with win's.
"A sentiment in favor of the estab
nVunent of small parks is growing in
the village. Whether we will obtain
these by gift of public spirited men or
will organize a park system I do not
knaxv. Our committee Is helping to
defiue public opinion ou this paint, and
prompt action is likely to result.
"We formed a committee at our last
meeting on 'ordinances and their en
forcement.' Our committee ou smoke
complained tLat It was hard to get ac
tion. It reported violations of the or-
diuance, but steps were UJt taken to!
remedy the matter. This ue.v commit-j
tee U composed of lawyers.
"Oak Park Is exceptionally well par
ed as the result of the Inst tew years
Improvements, many of them carried
out at the behest of the association.
The property owners have been heavily
taxed to achieve this. The streets are
asphalted in some instances and mac
adamised in others. Many miles of ce
ment sidewalks -have been laid. The
alleys are the only thoroughfares that
need particular attention. We cannot
reasonably agitate having them paved
at present, but we hope eventually to)
see that done.
"We i'.re nt present working on the lm
provomeiit of our garbage and ashes
removal. We also are looking into the j
matter of clearing many of our vacant;
lols which grow thistles and weeds. I
We rally need a thistle ccninisssioner i
in Oak l ark. I
"The improvement association has
the support of the entire village. Prop
erty owners are well disposed to it, I
and as our district is mainly occupied!
by luuut . every one recognizes the ne-!
ccssily c.f preventing any section be-1
coining i uo u'jnu or uinejuuaoie. aji,t.ter
wi o'-r insr meeting me question or
niakh;g Oak Park a prohibition district1
eauie up. Our lawyers submitted an j
opluiou. the substance of which wasi
that ei.U;t:g laws virtually constituted
our village a prohibition district, and
a liccn-e. cannot be issued without a
buoys with grappling irons
" ether in long sweeping
.'. behind the v:m;i!1 sound- 1
lil they touch bottom, and '
wed until they strike n
rock. In calm weather rocks and reefs j
may be seen at great depths from great
heights in balloons, liven after a roc'i
has been discovered, its depth and po- '
sition must be precisely ascertained, j
Tishernien. too. help make known
these ii!i'harts rocks, rewards being
offered f r all new ones discovered. i
Kn.lai.'l. the Tnite I States, Spain. :
Italy and other maritime nations have
adopted Trench methods. Japan f i T ;
years I. a- i"e oted t" the subject it' j
usual t::i:sub trustworthy and master !
fill study, but has imitated the I'.uglish
crowded and complicated charts rather
than the artistic execution of the
Trench. New- York Tribune. ;
A PECULIAR FISH.
Tar Hot 'a KhII mn4 Pocket
I of tlttirk mill dolil.
' living limp and 1 i m.x ou a tlshmoii
ier's slab, or dry and sandy in the llsb
wives' baskets, the turbot Is, perhapa,
the least Interest uig of lUh. When
swimming In an ii'tiiu lol sea or lyiuii
ou the sandy botto-u is the most ill
tractive of all of the denizens of this'
mock ocean and whether at rest or in
motion has an air of Igil.iuee, ixacltj
and Intelligence greater than that id
nny of the tiorv.allj shaped IisU. Thl
Is m part due to its habits and in part
to the expression of the Hat lish's eye
Til is, w hich is sunk a ml lux isl'ile In the
dead tish, is raised on a kind of turret
In the lling tur' ot. or sole, and set
there in a half tvtoMng apparatus
working almost as Independently hp
the "ball and socket" c es of the dm
moleon. There Is t':is di yerenee, how
ever, in tlu1 i ji'iif the h atd and of t'n-tish-
the Iris of the chameleon is a more
pinhole at the top of the eyeball, whid'
Is thus absolutely without expression
'lhe turbot's, or "butt's.' s aif
black and goto y:ul intensely bright.
Willi none of lliv lived, staring, stupid
appearance of ordinary lishes' ey es. It
lies upon the siad and jerks its cyej
Independent iy into posp, . i to survey
any part of the gronnd surface, tie
water above, or that on either side if
any angle. I
If it had light rays to project fro m j
Its eves instead of t receive, the efftM-l I
would be precisely that made by
sudden shifting of the Jointed appn
rattts which easts the electric light
from a warship at any angle on to sea,
sky or horizon. lhe turUiis, though
ready, graieftd swimmers, moving In
wavelike undu! a!:o:is across the water
or dashing otf like a Hash when so dls
posed. llMlllly lie perfectly still upon
the bottom. They .i,. not, like the dalis
aud the tloundct-s. mu'i' themselves
with sand, for they mimic the color Of
the ground wi:h such al'solute fidelity
that except for t! shining eye It l
almost impossible to distinguish them.
It would appear that volition plays
pome part in this subtle conformity to
environment, for one turbot. which Is
blind, has changed to a tint too light
and rot at all i:: harmony with that Oi'
the sand - London Spectator.
flam ThpP lllahiy" tr Kept
In llood (iimillllon.
A sand road Is In Its best condition to
lustaln trattlc when It Is moist and If
no other treatment can be (j'ven It
luishes and trees should bo grown
nloug Its sides to shade It mid keep It
ns moist us possible, says the highway
commissioner of Maine. To this end It
Is desirable to have a sand road no
wider than Is actually necessary b ac
commodate the trnlllc. only slight
ditches for carrying away surface wa
ter should be provided.
A good treatment for a sand road Is
to excavate the center of the road with
the road machine alxuit six Inches
deep, making the bottom as even ns
possible. Then spread a layer of clay
eight inches deep In the excavation,
taking care to have all the clay of one
texture and of even thickness, ;is mr
variation Iu the texture of material or
In thickness of samo will result Ik
rough and uneven surface, due to soft
and yielding places. After smoothing
the clay and tamping it or rolling It
about two inches of sand should be
spread upon the surface. This may be
harrowed in and then the surface roll
ed, or it may be lelt for the travel to
work in!" tl e day. After the sand has
united with the day m re sand should
the i bo spread cpou the surface ijradunlly
the day will become saturated with
Kami, mid a hard, Miusith surface will
be the result, which will give excellent 1
sat isfaci ion.
Sand roads may also be temwrarlly j
improved by covering the surface w Ith i
shingle shavings, sawdust or tan bark.
I'e. d haves, meadow hay or straw will !
also afford temporary relief If grass j
can le Lrown on the surface of the !
road it will strengthen It materially, j
the r es of the grass acting as a bind ,
er for the particles of sand and keep-
ing them from shifting about aud f
working on one an it her. !
.i.-ri&io sv r jz.r
rtnfi're You Purrtwi Any Ottmr Wilt
the r.wHOMt stwiNO marine compant
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lllice ut tlie Mercantile Coiiijuuij V
Store Lftkcvicw, v)rrott.
Uood 5tock ... I.asjv Coaches '
lai!v Irom I.ukeview lo Illy, connect
ing with laily Stage to the rail mini.
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CASEHI-I-K, - - Proprietor
Illy, ( 'rcgou.
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THE FARMER'S LOSS.
a s dangerous as bid
n ithing to do ,
"toilet" is .
cloth or c
, i ?atiu. el-
Table i:. a
Toilfl T.j let. J
. v V.'u-. l 1 of Wo "ds," 17'Ji
;:-ied as "a ki-.id of Table
. t made of line I.inneti,
t r Tissue, spread upon a
I'.ed rhainber where l'.r-
i.cia.lity dress themselves; a
doth." A similar definition
in I'a'.lev's diet .oiiary. The
origin of tie.- word is curious, for tot
grave l as: - See "To! let V.' 'A toylet,
the sill"' which drapers lay shout their
cloths; also a bag to put nightgowns
in.'" lti the "Kape of the Lock." J,
V-. "toilet" seems used for the tabi;
unvcii'd. thr to !. t yt.i.nOs di?-
i n.-e in rr.;. sii'j ( r.L r la!J.
Notes ar.-J 'yer!es.
No man is
When socio nun hive
they become reformers.
If a man Hsl.s a candid o
a friend and gets it. it make
Some people invarialiiy get
of it. bts alise they are
ing the best of it.
As soon as a man gets a notion that
his employer can't get along without j
him he is getting ready t lose his job. j
There is always the danger that ev
ery man wi'.l In-come the hir.sl man 1
anil every tno'her the hired girl tothe.'r
When a young man begins tJ make '
regular visits to a girl, how it woul I ;
knock out the romance If it were said
that he was calling on her to make ar- j
raiigements fur hirii.g a cook. AtchJ- ;
son Globe. i
TItiip it tut Mono Xtrd In llnul
I.ik (Mt-r llntl ItiiutlN. 1
I hi g l id roads a farmer can get to i
town with a two horse team and wagon j
with h ss harm to the horses, less weari
to th" wagon, w ith 5t:;n worth of goods.
better than he can with a ten .1
load over poor roads, said a speaker at oi
a Missouri go d roads convention re- i
ceutly. lie thus saves two days of his
own time, li.-eause. If lie call make one
trip and sell j?.".i. he has those two days
to pill on his farm, besides the Use of
his team and wagon at other vv..rk for
the same period.
This example is only one of lhe many
ways by which the fanner loses money
Northern Stage Line.
A. W. BRYAN. Proprietor.
Leaves I.akevii v at i n. in.
every day Imt Sunday,
ihtiiriiing. leaves Paisley
at li :"() a. in every day lm
liar I'aauncrrt' are $j Uuvsd trip i
ICR- K.-yinilit ,ii iiu-tlrM'. utkt-vl.
Lakeview Cigar Factory .
Nothing lias eve-r i-.ii.i'.lc.l it.
Nothing can ivcr Mirp.iis it.
III lllla anil u,iiM
A IVrfcct For All Tlimat and
I'urc : I'i"& Trinil'lcs.
Moni) back if It foil. Trial Uutllc fre.
three ti: !.;
the tnp of
f mild in
la.tits in the
three plains which have
length of thirty feet. Iu '
i from the t i: the seeds
1 the vines had climbed to
a twenty fo-.t treilis. The
these plants, says What to'
a-.- aud a half inches in dl-
and the foliage is thick and
lu.xurh.i.t. Knormo is qii uititics of to
matoes 'nave been pick, d frotn then
and tl. fruit is of unu.si.al size, pos
sessing extraordinary tine flavor.
majority vo'e on refer..
"We L'jKc.e that Oal:
favorably v.i'h r.rv r,
Jlik-ag . The ,-.
utrecl.s : irlkei uny ,'sii
hrmag'.t our young pe .
provi m. nt ihi Kdat'on
n i i im. '
!.'-r suburb fif !
"i:tion of ouri
".r. and we have
.le Into the lm- ;
-' tut thev do 1
not tliro-.v p ip. rs about.
, "A l;c .v as-nehit!o:i r n.'. il the Par
ents' an ! TV-.-(Aits' n-seejatioii is form-:
lug for th? p'o pos.' of looting after the '
school , a i it'er of vif! 'tiierest to
our me nbei I
"We l ave i C0';ii;t!'-;.. on railroad
rihU of v..'y whi.li tiMially occupies'
itself i i Ji th fenr-ral coildiilou of the;
riglit ; if v . y, but now ,'s vciichiiig in'
the h.ti rest cf the v:l! igo ti.e projected .
trad; f-levat ' n.
soclaliori ii t'
seel ioii.i. uie i.
street, for j;:-!
their I oli'y .
fouragiii ' (la.
a g ,
; on ;
kIs of the prin - j -: t
be di.-jtrlljnled this so
The Ouk Tarl: In.pro-T!
Hon lirt9 been in existed
years. Its se.ve'M'.v "ici
by the as
''-( of (11-
::( ra ,iy a synop
t aso' :a
a slier is
Lava, may be blown into opa.iie bot
tles of gossamer lightness, and tha
harder s,,it makes a li.-a ut if ul green
glass of ha!.' the weight and double th"
strength !' ordinary glass. Itut It is
not u 1 v. y s the same. Kvcrv volcano
fioers p. it.s own sp.-cii l brand of
molten i.iix.are. disa- reeahie to waU
on, bt.' .-.':'ieti:nes yielding precious
prod in as purniie stone. I.ava, like
all thii.s, ileeomi o-es uieier the toue'j
of tiin'-. as tiie f'jrti.'e plains of Sicily
''U'hi.l I want." said the young man,
"Is to get married and la ve a peace
ful. o,ui. t home."
"Weil,'' .slid Farmer Corutossel.
"sometimes it works that way, and
then Lgalu sometimes it's lihe jolnin'
a dehi ' ii' s iciety." Washington Star.
M hi-re Kit Marlowe XVo Ilarlrd. j
St. Nicholas, 'leptford, possesses j
richer literary, artist. : and naval asso- ;
clatious than most churches of the rle- .
tr side. It was the parish church of j
John Evelyn and his H-mint. I'eter the i
Great, who delighted to make the par- j
son drunk, rn well as of a long line!
of naval heroes, in e of the many his- '
torie monuments quaintly commemo- i
rates I'eter Pett. "the Noah of his age," ;
who Invented the frigate. A weird i
woo.l carving, representing the proph- '
et Kzekiel in the valley of dry bones, 1
is by (Jrinling fJibbons, who was "dis- I
covered" here by Evelyn. The parish 1
register records the burial of Christo- I
pher Marlowe, "slaine by ffrancls
Archer'' oil June 1. lOh.'!.- Westmlnstet ,
. jy f
A . Miinkif
Milker nf .....
A (iuarantccd Cure tor Piles.
Itching, lllin. I, Hi ling or I'loirud
nil.' Piles. I'ruegists rcluiid iieuu v if
PA.O olNTMl NT fails b. cu... any
case, no matter of how lon; M.iuding, iu
i to II days. I- net upplii itti "ii gives
ease nml rest, .'K-. ymir .IriiK'KiHt
ha-ii'l it Heinl .one in i-t.Hii.s and it will
beforuiuded poi-t paid by I'miu Med
ii Co., St Lotus. Mo.
o"XlllV OltllliltS NOI.ICITKII
I'.IOHLT I ill A IN Kl lAHTlI I;i'AI.
under existing cnii Ptiotis. Many others j
tiiveusa trial. Store iu the brick
1 biiildiiiif next door to Poht A King sa
loon, nkeview, Oregon.
Mits. P. M. (i.vi t.ArniKi!, Proprietor.
lhiilding Has P.een laillirged
To Accoiiiodate u Large Trade
The Willi street line
celt ilicn tes i.f .Stock and
, at the Examiner ullice.
bunk received Mull. lay
s mi il n
I -i up I blanks
I e i uir
'I'up v hat makes the -!i..
After s..i. e inoiin nts of profound
cogitation. ' Papa, what would it smell
like if ;t l..i ..i't been eur.-nV"
bv which It win cureit.
Itr.f rs '1i.k.1 ..rounds.
"Our H' boo! grounds and .'laiu li
are, n. a general thing, Uir; and un
lllract'a e." Kiys Ebin if. Kexfoi'd hi
the outiag Magrane. " I' hey ought;
not to be to. 'ihi y need not be so aft.r
a dlUle (Curt If the Neighborhood lm
provctJtiut Kochty takes theiu iu hand
Trees anJ t-l.i jb.s properly arranged
Will :in:l;e aMi.i-.-tive places of them.
Elovvtis will gi.e ila ni a grace pud
beauty that will appeal to every one
lnterifstcd p id arouse In them a desire
to c!o still iiior .' lti the way of Improve
ment. U'liut is one of the beauties of
en organh'.rtioii for neighborhood bet
terment. It grows by what it doea.
aud (he mors It doc 3 the more it xrantu
A llianfe I'or Someliiiil y,
"Very strange. Isn't it, about
Ktory of Adam and Eve?''
"How ? "
"Why. as far as I know, it hasn't
la-en. v. oi k. il up Into a histora al tiovel."
- Y'.'r t n's M ag.iy.ine.
O.ldl)' Muijuol Spliler.
The most peculiar spiders iii the
world, ;.s well as the largest ones. In
habit the island of Sumatra. They are
of ail conceivable forms and colors, and
forne of them spin threads almost as
large and strong as the grocer's twine.
Some (juoerly shaped spiders have
Sfpiare bodies poised on long red legs,
and others have crooked green and yel
low legs which support heart shaped
bodies. One of the very oddest, of the
lot has a body that looks like that of
a young turtle, the ".shell'' having round
knobs and pear shaped projections all
.MoDaiiii.nl t.i a Kili.
A "tombstone" which Is to bo seen
In the garden of Pish cottage, Iilockley,
a pic'.ui ( s'liie village In South Worec
ter.shiie, is believed to be the only
fish's tombstone In existence. The In
scription is iis follows:
In Memory of the Old Fish.
Crab r the full ttui old Fish, do, lie
li v.'J ainl tin n. old, 1K
on. uri'l. i itaial
ai. J .. . t, out, i f, our.
could be cited, ail uf them Just as true
and all of them eipially as powerful, to
show the g iod value of go.fl highways, j
Partners "iii agree. I think, that a
g iod road will il; economize time and i iV-o
force in transportation between farm , "
and market; O enable the farmer tojNEW PINE CHEEK, OJlE'iON
take advantage of market fluctuations:
111 buying and selling; (.'li permit trans-
pollution of farm products and pur-. A Chance for Speculators. J
chased commodities during times of SCHOOL LAND. 2h0 acres of level
comparative h isure; i i) reduce tli ; unimpruvtMl agricultural land for Halo !
wear and t'-ar on horses, harness and i idieap. Inscription: SW1, S'J of!
WAN'l'lill- list il t M.lll.lgelH to
post hlglis, ad V i rtlse a te I dlstiibnto
Maniples. Saleiy tlv'Ji) weekly, f .'1 (M)
rt-r -lay, fur expenses. ,St.,e nge and
present em ploy men I. 1 I EA I , 1 1 E. U
CO '.II Hiimlulpli St., Chicago. -.Ian.
"Keep off (loose l.akc."
"Or use Tin ni t ii'h I 'a vm I tr 'ream
or chu pped and red skill."
111 Bit IU tn,;i .
Ely's Cream Balm
vehicles; (.") eiihaii' e the market value N E' and MV!4' of SE1, Section 10,
of ri.nl esllite Tr.. oil S.. H. 1 'J E. W. M . This is a
It is easy to enumerate the ways I desirable piece of land .located in (Jooho , .:!,'.u,..H,H.M.tl,rW h-iil-which
will prove nmmcbilly advanta-1 "" l W '" a ZZ. uiVZ
geous. bht it l:s very difficult to estl- I WBy a ,.,,, , ,.. .,i
cents the benefit ; j milrklv.
4'ri'HIII llllllll ir- ill' I '1
over ttio iii.'iiil.rht. i ii.l I.
n c . i r i - f.il.'.ws.
mate In dollars and
that will result.
R.ural Delivery Notes j
If you are thinking of organizing a '
; ntock coiniiatiy hcc our new snmples in.iiiuu. ami
of Wull Street engraved wtoi k ccrllli-'
a ten, tf
Xt- 'oTfAr Ht.:
T w-niy j i-ii s. I.e.
11 was ..j fine;
Ho wo iM. ,
II.-- I .Via
il the Swill.
i Ir'j years.
.States In the middle west have routes
In operation as follows: Missouri, 1.TU2;
Arkansas, ;i'; Illinois, 2,.;To; Indiana,
2.105; Indian Territory, 17; Iowa,
Kansas, l.ooS; Kentucky, ij!io; Okla-
l . 1 li.' ii.. -I i I -(.n ii'ti
'I. Ill l.. I I- llll-
P I" i."t li)in '!"'
tint pr.slu. o MiH-.'iiur. I.ni;'i. s.,.., .Mi 'u ntii ut brui;
yltitit or liy iimil ; '1 rinl S'c, Iiiichin.
ELY BltOTIItltS, to Wiirn u Siro.t, New York
Tiuiie.ssisj, 1,5.'JI; Texas,
There are only three women, rural j
mail carriers In the Culled States, and ,
Madison county. 111., has two of them,
Mrs. Philip Hah; of Alton and Miss
Matlle M. Marshall of Oranlte City.
School Days Over
ed will I
a more b
lujlirlt-N of l.ifc.
urn s of life if rightly iuiprov
" t i iis as the strokes of the
on l is marble, forming us to
beautiful shape and making us
i a i u n the heavenly temple.
M iiio r.
The wise prove and the foolish con
fess by il.. .r conduct that a lite of em
ployment is the only lifu worth lead
Kind Lady Io you mean to tell ln
that reading Shakespeare brought you
to prison? What works did you readl
No. Ill -"P.oineo an' Juliet," mum.
Kind Lady- P.iit what evil Influence
could that have on you? No. Ill Why,
It learned lm; to be a porch climber,
mum. - Puck.
Your school course is finished. What are you going to do now'.'
Are you one of the vast majority whonnl their school tla.VHlii the com
mon schools'.' If you are we want your a t tent Ion for u few luliiuf h.
You can g;ct it higher education, any kind you w ant IuikIih hs, tech
nical or trciieral w Itlioiit leaving; home, without lrlvlnir mi vour work fur
The latter is a grandnlcce of former n Hingle day, wit hout Hpeiiillng; more thud you can easily afford.
Chief Justice Marshall of the United l)o you Want t o k no w how?
Slates supremo court. She was re- The plan Ih very simple. 1 iisfead of Hpeiiillng your day n t a desk, re-
c.iitly held up by highwaymen, but clt Ing; your lessons to a teacher In a ld lirlck liiiilding, you prepare your
fou "lit them off I.'shoiih at home, from our outlines, write the n cltli t Ion, and semi it to us
' by mail for correction,
'lhe rural mail is carried on the route Jt jH a! ,. j,, v,Jllr ,,,.,. , ,,,.. y,,,, ,. I11)t ,,, ,,, lly H(,( Uimr
from Iietrolt. I lickin.son county, Kan., fur recitation. You pay a coiiniarallvelv siiiall sum. ami f.'.r o.i-
"I Just dropped in again today," said
the lady, "to see those lovely 8ldo
boruds you had last week"
"Not ne, ma'am," replied tha callow
furniture salesman. "I alu't never been
able to raise even a mustache." Phila
by automobile, says an Abilene. (Kauj
correspondent of the Kansas City Star.
Last fall the carrier, A. I). P.oltoti, be
came weary of the long drive over
twenty-eight miles mid bold his team,
purchasing In it.s stead an automobile.
He spent a week In Kansas City learn
ing how to operate It nnd then made
furnish text books, examination
paper, and competent Instruction
until your course is completed.
Your dully work (Iocm not Inter
fere with your studies. You can
earn while you learn.
If you want to know more about
the trip home and began work on his our plan, write your name on the
roulo. Every day since Jiee. 1 he lias coupon, cut It out and mail to tin.
been over his route In the machine. You risk UothitiK ''Ut the price of a
i: lot do lias given ttie tanners tuu
swiftest service In the state.
Coxxt stponlif net .1
ji Lakt Oiy, Utah
Plratl txplaln, wllliuut
tipcDta la n, liunr I
can aualif)r fur ll.t boai
tlvn befora vbltb I Lava
Adit' ill -
i,uko County ICxmulUvr, Junr.