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MARIE CORELLI'S FIRST PHOTOGRAPH.
Miss Marie Corelli, the novelist who recently achieve! mticli conspiciiItT
fcy her plan to erect a Shnkespenre memorial In StratfotM-on-Avon, vlire
he lives, has had ber photograph taken. This does nut sound like a remark
tfble piece of news, but It Is, for she never had one takeu before. The
OJBera has always been her pet aversion. Finally she eons.'uted to "sit
because the newspaper pictures of her made her lo.ik so like a "freak." she
said, that she wasted people to know how she rehily looks.
Urat Work of (nn Iota on flood
I ltonla I'ropoalllott.
' The tie of roimct laboi In tho con
ttrucllon of public works U n phase of
economics which has Nvn tried In the
touthci'ii si.'ito.' with a m liter 1SS
cmvd of success, says the .dotor Ntvs.
I'loiiila Is the latest st ite to fall In
lino find put her ivnvlcts to work, and
road linililliii; Is the tak which has
been cluwcn lor the wtoiir l crs. This
work has now beiu Koin on for some
time, and at the results accomplished
the 1'loiiilians express j:reat satlsfrte
tion. The work, they say. Is not only
beneilcial in Kivin the prisoners an
opportunity to do something, but the
rxerelso and oiitoo.ir lite tend to the
litii;eiuciit of their heal'h.
I'nder tie system adopted lu the
Peninsular State the prison lalnirers
enter scarcely at all In competition
with their five brothers. The roads
would n.tt be built if the cost was
hlsh, anil as the state obtains the labor
for the bare cost of keeping tho labor
ers the expense of laying out nud
building a niacnillivnt system of high
ways Is comparatively slight.
Alone the east coast of I'lorlda thero
are Inexhaustible ipiarrles of eochlnu
rock, while tn the district lying south
of Paytoua to New Smyrna prreat
quantities of oyster shells are to bs
found. IVth furnish excellent ma
terials for road building. Thus i'lorlda
has close nt hand it ti abundant and
cheap siipply of road material.
The cochina rock is soft and easily
quarried. It requires but simple ma
chinery to crush If, some of It belli;;
merely pranulated lcneath rollers aft
er It is placed on the surface of the
road. The beautiful baths at l'alm
CONVlcrS AS IlOAIi W(ltKKI:s.
Beach are made of cochina rock, and it
has been used In the construction of
the excellent road which has recently
been completed between Palm I'each
Koads on which this material has
been used require but little repairing,
the experience having been tliat they
Improve with age. the stone being
ground down until it Is like the finest
On the southern automobile circsit
the motorists recently encountered
many crews aud gangs of convicts at
along the l'alm r.e.ich-Mianii
They also passed u convict
where the prisoners were tu-
In mining the cochina rock at
The convicts are worked In gangs of
half n do;:eu or so. They are under
guard of a keeper, who carries a load
ed rifle, while tlogs are ke.it at hand
to track any prisoner who might feel
Impelled to take French leave. This,
however, rarely happens. Florida Is
not a land in witch one would be
tempi'. I to run aw y
Model Mountain tioatl.
J. C. Colgate, a New Vo.U banker,
has just completed a road at Its coun
try residence in l5e:ininglo:t Vt.. that
Is a model in its way The roa.l is u
the side of Mount Ant!: iy. nu :.
though the distance in a i.. -c; t li:i
from the starting point to the summit
Is only half a mile, the lc i :h of the
road Is four miles and a ha!. The
average grade Is only i per cent.
The building has employed f.'o:n fifty
to sixty men for fourteen mouths a:i 1
has cost $12.",000. An Iron observatory
100 feet high will crown tho summit
and afford an extended view of tho
Cash Plan 1'nja.
The ucw plan adopted last spring of
paying cash for road work Is giving
satisfaction In Kedford township,
Mich., says the Motor News. More
work has already been done than In all
of last year. The township has been
redistrlcted into fifteen districts, to bo
supervised by pathmasters, each of
whom Is furnished with a blank order
book. For each day's work an order
for $1.50 is Issued on- the township
Auto Fee to Build itoada.
Secretary of State Laylln of Ohio es
timates that the new automobile regis
tration law, which makes ldtn the regis
tering officer f.nd authorizes hiuj to col
lect a graded annual license, will pro
duce a state revenue of $50,000. A
thU Is given to the state highway com
missioner' fund It will probably re
.tore tho amount to bo available for
the good roads mo. e:!:a:it for this year
to tho original figuiv of S200.O0O.
Irj'inff preparations simply devel
op dry catarrh ; they dry up tho secretions,
which adhere to the membrane aud decora
pone, causing a far more serious trouble than
the ordinary form of catarrh. Avoid all dry.
inor inhalants, fumes, smokes and snuffs
aud use that which cleanses, soothes and
heals. Ely's Cream IUilm is such a remedy i
and will cure catarrh or cold in the bead '
easily and pleasantly. A trial size will be
mailed for 10 cents. All dreggisU sell the
GOo.sbie. Ely Brothers, CBWarren Bt., N.Y.
The Balm cures without pain, do not
irritate or cause sneezing. It spreads itself
over an irritated and angry surface, relief. (
ing immediately tne painful inflammation. ,
j With Ely's Cream Bu m y; " are armed
' against Nasal Catarrh and 1 1 over.
Good Rod Notes
Jefferson county', Tenn., has awarded
the contract for building forty miles of
macadam road for $230,000.
The $35,JO0,0O0 increase in farm
values shown in Massachusetts in the
laht ten years Is attributed to her sys
tem of good roads.
It is announced that the Great North-
ern railroad Is considering tho question
of sending out a good roads train over
its lines and constructing object lesson
roads under the auspices of the office
of public roads. United States depart
ment of agriculture.
The work of highway Improvemen
lu Indiana moves steadily forward,
though It attracts less general atten
tion perhaps than the road building In
tales where the question U new and
provoke more discussion Bach year
flice l'Mi'i Indl.-na h'ls added about
1.0' l ilies to her system of gravel
ro 1 1 - - I ni a total mileage of
!' ' i '''be cost of iinliitenauce
h ' '."om W4.00'I In 1002 to
iha lV THE
II I s.mlt
THE MULE INDUSTRY.
KMnaaa I Ity the Urrntral Mala Mar- I
krt In the World.
Growing mules lu Kansas and Mis
souri Is now one of their leading In
dustrles, ami Kansas City Is the great
est mule market In the world, liaising
mules has many advantages over the
horse Industry. Tho market for mules
Is as staple as that for h gs or cattle.
They are ready for market nt three
years old or define. They do not have
to be broken, but are Just driven to
the station nud shipped like cattle.
They are usually sound and acldoin
j get hurt. 'I hey seem to know enough
to steer clear of barbed w ires, and II
they do get against It they stop, never
get excited and tear themselves U
pieces. Just now they are lu great de
mand at good prices; $lll to fl.'al Is
about the price paid. It costs less to
raise mules than colts, and they are
more ipliet nud seldom give trouble
by breaking out of lucloMircs.
Weaning mules readily sell nt ?."0 to
$".", and S-M Is consulted ample pay
for eot-t of keeping until ready for
market. They run never be Induced to
eat as much grain as a horse and sel
dom eat enough to hurt themselves. ,
uotui ms tlnv nri two vnitrs old I
they are kept on' the best pasture nud JOllico nt the Mercantile CompntiyV
fed about all the grain they will eat
and ns soon as fat ami slick they are
i..,.i.l, tti.t ,ki,iL,t utiil litivnt-a lit,,.
l,ltt? IIM ,1V7 ,l(,, ...It. r,,J,.C
always ready aud waiting for them, i (lood 5tock
For these reasons It will readily be i
seen that mules give a far more cer- j Paily from l.skcview to i'.ly, connect
tain and greater protlt than horses, nud j ( Dn,y Slttk,0 lo ,!. ri,ird.
I often wonder that eastern farmers i
do not give them more attention. K.
I. Snyder lu Ohio Farmer.
rut i i. I'liiMiniii,
Sts-MMary nl Hiair
Si'cn iaty tif Ttt'sanr;
avrrt'iary ol W r
Alinrnt'jr (lioii ral
t'oaltnaalcr Ocln rat.
Secretary til Navy
Si i n iKiy of A h rlctil I ur . , . . .
Si'crctary of t onnm rrr
Tliitiiiri Hoom vi'lt
CiiM. W , Kalrlmnhl
Mi Mi Hon
I.pnti M. Hliaw
W m. II. lad
... Win. II. Muoily
, lii'o, II. I nrlcliiu
. ( tins J. Iun,h art
. ,. I-. A. Illtrl k
J Hit W llsini
V. I , Mutt all
p.'fura You Purchxna Any P't.nr W.ita
the m:w worn sewiko ma(,:;in4 r,o,.iPANr
M-viy Swlnt Mxctift'f' nra n-i ' t rvr
Im rt yuilily. b it I'm " lltn.ir " i .,1
lo Mr. Our :wirt. ty r.rvt.r tu a .- .
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Tiie now noma dewing Vaiiiino Co.
WESTHRN STAGE LINE
Store Lake view, Oregon.
Vinallon W rin r.
W. S. till liartlx
(J livrrinir ,
Siiir iiif JihIki-
Kti rriary ol siai . . . .
Attorney tli'iii ral . .
Slli, I' ti tl It- litsti licit
balry anil Knott Com .
Mi I v 1 1 1 V , r oilier
I'. S. fen. ion CeiiiinUsloiier
, . I' H. I4011I I oiiilnlliilier
K, t'liainlM rlaln
, , . K. A . Muora
. K. I . I l a
... . (', S. Moor
A. M. t ran lord
J. II , Aesernian
. J. K, Whitney
... J W . Mal'ey
John M. o arln
, W. rnhou
H ti V r Herman
.1. N.St nilainaoU
Joint Senator .
HITII tl I'll 11 laaThl-'T.
. II. I llellSOII
John A. I coi'k
S It l'. lit ly
' ) ti. II. Met rtuaii
W. J. Moor
t S. . A Mi ItM II K.
I.AKK cm rt.
, Offioe nt
A Crlliblna- llorar.
Here Is a rcmetly that never falls, ac
cording to a Country lientleman cor
respondent : Take some strips of fur,
such as are made Into robes, or almost
any kind, tack on tho edge of the
manger, and the horse will never crib
while lu the stall.
R. CASEDI-EK, - - Proprietor
Northern Stage Line.
Sheriff . ...
Treasurer. . . . . ,
. . .. n. .iy
K. N. J.iilh
. . Alherl belli
. . . W . i. Wrsl
... J O Willlli
c K. Moore
C, W lleltl
II It II' rylor.l
fan I'. Malloy
TOWS OK I.AKKV IKW.
V. I.. Hnelllns
Hurry Itn I !- I
1 1. I'. Malloy (
J. tt Tucker I
J. S. Lane I
w. It. k a hi. r ..
t oulu Ihnell
i! A.W. BRYAN. Proprietor.
A tlock of sheep Is the best helper In :
keeping up the conditions of the laud ,
without any extra expense. ;
Ad vn n tniica of Shrrp.
With v. he.it growing a prominent
factor, i, imtoii production will always
be found a protitnble supplement.
These two Industries go admirably to
gether. Among live stock sheep are .
pre-e:.iincn:ly Koil renovators, aud with
nuj I ss i,e exception, that of butter,
no proii.xt of the farm take4 less
from the laud in proportion to Its mar- '
ket value th in wool aud mutton. The
excreta from sheep are more perfectly
utilized as fertilizers than those of ,
any other farm animal. This Is due to
their coiiii aratively even distribution
over llehis that are grazed by these an
imals. J. Withyeombo, Oregon. '
Tail I'nnprraanry. ,
Tails ure tiiiiiecessary appendages to,
modem s. it op. says Wing, aud are apt'
to become fouled. A docked lamb has
a square look nnd seems fatter than
one with a tall.
LeaveHsLakevicw at ti n. in. .
every tiny lout Snrnlay.
Heturning, leaves Paisley
nt ( :;) u. in every tiny lti
PaiMngeri' arc $J Uoead trip i
Ot l lCF! Heviinhls . WliiKnetr .Jiserlja
Nothing li.n ever efinallcfi it.
Nothing can ever turpass It.
ttltiliaaad at, a II aa
A lVrfcct l or All Tliroat and
(!urc: Lung Troubles.
Moos, back If it fails. Trial Dotllae fraa.
Lakeview Cigar Factory
A (luarnnlccd Cure tor I'ilca.
A. Stuiikml ., I'rop.
CtlCXfTllY OUIIKHS SOl.K'ITKI)
Wafer Aleina Wantrd.
While the theory that sheep require
(iive us a trial. More in the brick
builtli'isT next door to i'ost A King tta
i loon ..akeview Oregon.
Mks. li. M. (iAl.l.AOUKK, l'roprietor.
Buililing Has (Seen Knlargt-d
To Act:oiundte a Large Trade
NEW I'INE CKEKK.
A Chance lor Speculators.
SCHOOL I.ANI). 2H0 Mires of level
tlinni priivcil Hgricnllii
but little or no water has been ex-1
plodetl. there are still some who through j
negli-eiicf or hnornuce still hold to It. I
There Is in reality nothing that sheep
require for (cneral health and develop
ment more than water. Almost all the
food provided thorn Is dry In Its nature,
nud unless water Is furnished In suit
able r.u.Mi y the food Is neither di
gested nor assimilated.
Iluylnir and Selllnir.
After harvest Is a god time to buy
By getting them early they may be
ninuaed so t'aat they can be put In line ;
order for winter.
If there is an odd one lu the Hock j
make It Into mutton. An evtai flock Is
Keep the best untl the market will
corne to you. j
Have you a good head for your flock? ,
If not, take a trip off to some good
sheep grower and buy a thrifty, hearty
young ram. l ou win sureiy never nave , cieai. Dccriptiou : S !4" S o
cnuse to re-ret flolng this. iNE'antl SW'j id SK Mit'tuni 10,
If you are going to buy sheep, buy i I'p. il' S It. IH K. VV. M This is a
gool ones. About as poor stock as a I tleirabp pioer "f land, ItM-atetl in (loose
man can len-e Is n lot of old, poor, run.! I'tke vsllev and ui,l makei some man a
down sheep. j kr"",, rH,",
Don't let a buyer cull tho Dock. Grade .
them yourself, nnd sell them In a bunch.
Farm Jour nal.
Mutton ( hops,
A great call lor rap." srej.
Bboep tit; cs were never better.
Keep s'" ("i anJ l:eo; then well.
It la not yt t too late to sow rape.
Weeds and sheep don't get along to
gether. Water an I shade are very Important
at this season.
Don't allow yaur sherp to drink from
To sell or not to sell Is tho question
with the wool :rower.
You can ii i ' rJ to attend to both form
and tleece t!"- e days.
Don't fo g-t that water Is half the
sheep's livii In summer.
The Dorsi t Is worthy of more adver
tising than he's getting.
Salt Is as necessary to the sheep In
summer as In winter and perhaps even
It's a great mistake to suppose that
sheep do their own shepherding in sum
mer. Don't expect your lambs to keep in
bloom when confined to dried up shade
It's a Ions lime since so many high
elas" sheep were Imported from Eng
land as this year.
None hh one. brighter than the shep
herd In patriarchal days, and today he
la by no means dingy. American Bheep
Itching, Hand, liicc'ling r I'rutrtld
nig I'ileN. irtti:gitls refund money il
I'AZO OINT.MI NT laila to cute any
cane, no iiiHiter ! fmM long Mantling, in
j tl to 14 days, lift application gives
j eiifu and rent, .rse. If vmr tlruirginl
' lutm'l it Hotel .Vt.- in Hump and it a ill
! be forwarded -t paid by I'uris Metl-
i lie Co., St Imia. Mo.
The Wnll stris-t line t if engraved
Icertllicutes nf .s'ttM'k nml Bund think
ut the Exnmliicr ujllte. New Hiimple
i bunk recclvetl Monday evening. If
! vull want stuck cert IHciiIch see uiir
4 l II ! M '1
t ir in "t
WAN'I i:i: District MnuiuerH to
pn-t -Igns ml vertlse lintl ill-t tllm te
Mimples. Snlery flS.'M) w.t kly, t'l ()0
per .lay, for eXpeiiMes. State ago and
presetit fill pliiyineiit 1 1 F. A I. SI I KA It
CO ..T.I Itantltilpll St., Cblciigo. .Inn.
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
If yon nre ihlnUIng of organizing a
stoes couipiiny nee our new Hiitiiples
i if Wnll Street engraved stock cerllll-
WANTFD: by t-'hicago wholosalo
nl IhimI for sale and mail order bouse, assistant mana-
S s'.i o t... no, ..,.,
K,Tt iiiuii ui VIOIIJIIII l ft iiia
ami adjoining territory. Salary I'iO
a nl expenses paid weekly; exens
money advanced. Work pleas"ut;
position permanent. No investment
or cxpericuco required. Spare tlmo
valuable. Write at ouco for full par
tictilars and enclose Htlf addressed cn
(tcueral Manager, liH K. Lake St.,
School Days Over
Your school course Is llnlshci. What lire you going to do now?
Are you one of the vast majority who end their hcIiooI fluysln the com
mon hcI Is? If yon ire we want your attention for a few minutes.
You can get a higher education, any kind you want business, tech
nical or general v Ithout leaving home, without glrlng up your work for
a single flay, without upending more than you can easily afford.
Do you want to know how?
The plan Is very wimple. Instead of spending your day ut a desk, re
cltitii! your lessons to a teacher In a big brick building, yon prepare you
Iimmim at home, froni our outlines, write the rt citation, nml bcikI it lo us
by iniill for correct Ion.
1 1 Is all done In your spare hours. You are not tied to any rict hour
for it citation. You pay a comparatively Miiiall mini, anil for this wo
furnish text books, examination
paper, and competent Inst ruction
until your course Is completed.
Your ilali.v work floes not Inter
fere with your studio You can
earn w bile on learn.
If von want to know more about
our plan, write your name on the
coupon, cut. It out ami mall to us.
You risk nothing but the price of a
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fir... m 1 1 i
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i-uko County Exumlnvr, Juue.