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GENERA]
iThe Japanese Officer I
Operations Aroui
SPRING MATTRESS TO 1 ALL UN.
Device Which Will Prevent Many Elevator
AociJe:ils.
A new lilV-s:iiuvr deviep, designed
to prevent serious injury to ono mifortun.itc
enough to fall down an elevutor
shaft, has I>ee? made I>y .losi'ph
<?. ltraneli, l iispi'i'toi' df Boilers and
Klevators, and is shown herewith. 11
consists l" .1 woven wire net eovorllig
the full opening of tlie well and supported
just a hove the bottom hy sto.it
arms, 'lhe whole is supported in an
outxlretehed position under normal
eireumstanees I>v a pair of springs.
* " ' When the falling hod.v strikes the
net the fall is broken I?v the eomhinrd
ttclion of it and the springs. It will
irive and sag to a i> >sition indicated.
;h? nnus llii'iiiM'lvi'.s dosing up srisinrs-liki>,
us is shown, ami Wing ivlistml
in this movement l?,v tlu? cum>rossion
of springs. Tim pipi's arc
' <o h
13'N
C-:' 1 s\ ... .?/
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H1* it IN O MA riKi: :-.S TO lAt.r< ON',
free to move emlwise tIm'oujjIi proper I
openings maile in the upper ends of'
tlie strut iirnis. permiltinu llieui to '
'lose in .111<I lirejik ti 10 force of the
Tull.
THE MAN WHO V
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JOHN F. V
(lo ban boon appointed Chief KtiKlneer o
bus been General Manager of
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blic Eye. P
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*lost Fromment In the (
id Port A.rthur? I ]
Milking l'*iciu'ti Knot*. > |
"I diil not see your daughter in the ;
coaching parade, Mr. -Sates." i :
"No. She has h(-en captured hy the j latest
fad?making French knots. You , i
I1IGH=GRADE ANGUS
BUTCHER
! ! r wi iylii, 1.V.O His.; iIitsm' I wci^l
40 U.S., worth 4o. per 11). ('J> Chuck, - IT
I-'1 _ . (It INirti'rhousf slcaU, l<ir? lbs.. |s
lillllip, .".Ii U.S.. Sc. l7> Koilin!, I s:l llis., |l
W1 ll.s., Ii*. (II). Kil.s, plate, ].;s !!is., ,"?< .
know, she was a pupil <>!" .Ma.laii!" i
IliK-liaii:iii. <>l tlif Chumps Klysrt's, ami i
is <|iiiti> prxiiil hi' her iii'i-illowork.
I'l ..IV 1 i .11 .. .r ... I. .1 , .. !
have ;ll least olio 11 :* 1 111:1 < 11' dress.
ili.it i>. a dress made >y ?i. r own hand.
Kloise spends four 1 ours a day orna- t
niiiiliiiK her la t i'- ercalion with i
l'retieh knots. I.ast niuht sln> informed i
tiif that she liatl made nlrendy over
and expeeis to make X::o more.
Tin' knots look like little liunuiioi'ks | i
of thread, anil arc built ri^lit in tin- I
(.'lot li." I
Si'voral f-ili'siau villas s ltnve been !
visited !?v a i?lai;ui' of adders. In!
Freiideathnl alone 1.VJ snakes liave |
been killed.
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VILL IiUILI) THE
CANAL.
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WALLACE,
i' tli" I'nn.'itnH ChiuiI. Mr. \VaI!a<?
(ho Illinois Central Kailrond. i
rARGET SHOOTING ON
THE DINING ROOM TABLE
Figure 1 shows the target cut out of
ignr box wood. A circular piece 1*
Irst cut, about out* inch in diameter,
md eight small round pieces of eard?
o
fu
r.'.-crrr.
>oanl with the numbers 1 to 8 en
hem are mounted on toothpicks nntl
grouped jmr.jnd :t at even distances;
l:e other mils <>,' the toothpicks lire
lion inserted in the sides <>l tlie cir nliir
piece of wood. The target itself
s fastened to a stick of wo > 1 about
Miiht inches Ion?;, fastened t;> a stand.
ik shown in the picture. The jpin
-ousisifl of a paper tube, \\ 1 iii*li in
nade hy winding cardboard well covered
with glue. around the stem of a
leadpeticil. When it is dry, a piece
ibout live inches loit;^ is ? ::t off. One i
iiul three-?pnirt( r inches from one end,
ive inahe an incision ahout two inches !
lonjr, cutting down to ahout one-half
STEER, SHIOWSNG j
'S CUTS.
if',/ ; r ' I
il, iuUS U.S. Retail prices: (1) N'eek,
ll.s.. 7e. Prime of rib, 117 lbs.,
e. (."ii Sirloin steak, S7 His., lor. (t!i i
tr. is. Shank. .".K ll.s., 'Jc. (!>) I lank,
1111 S'lin, ll.s., ,"e,
!" the thickness of lilt? tube (see Fig"iv
Figure shows how a piece of whale.
Im.iic ;i I .on t six indies long is Inst rted,
i?*tii>K -"is the propelling power of the
itsn. Von shoot with :i wooden peg
tlx>nt one and a Inilf inehe-; long,
lit tint; loosely into the Icirr.of the
,'iin; lo give it more weight end
-trenvth. we insert a carpet ta k.
To shoot, lw.lil the pun with the
i?h> hand, pulling the whalel.one hack
willi the inde\ linger, and inserting
llie peir: as soon as the index tinner
releases the whalel.one. It springs forward
and forces the peg out. 'l'o aim
well, hold the tube in such a way
hat the u haleboiie spring points downward.
I
CUTS OUT T^E PINEAPPLE EYE.
The I'l'i'pnit ion < i a ikpplo is n
long and tedious ? peration berause of
Hie size ami shape <>f tli?> fruit, and for
llw n-iiMMi that tin' fruit is rather hard
to out. After it has been pared it
must be eaivfiiily gone over and the
eyes ent out. These tough portion*
being allowed to remain, interfere
largely with 'lie enjoyment of eating
the fruit, whether it be in its natural
I'tNTAITI.K F.YR Of,IP.
condition or cooked, and ?". . econouilcjil
anil <;iilrk removal of th" eyes with
tin' ordinary minus is impossible.
A pistol like device with wlilrh this
is accoiiiplshed with celerity and disI
-: i. Ii is shown in tin* accompanying
* 111 In use 'lie pine;: pple is pared and
!hi' ban.! 01 tho ' ! p is placed under (hi?
eve ii boil t one half inch 11 ml then tin;
trigger is pulled, and in its descent it
completely cuts out the eye. The trigger,
being released, throws out the
bite, in this manner the eve is cut out
with great economy of the fruit its
compared with the ustinl method of
procedure.
I Miring the last year HR-1 persons bit
Ien by dogs having hydrophobia were
Irenlod by the I'asteur InH.ltute in lull
hi. There were only six failures to
Immunize the patients. Six other
iisi^s came after the disease iiud developed.
The most expensive chair in the
world belong* to the Pope. It is of |
solid silver and coat $!KJ.(XX)
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| Over-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys onco every three minutes.
^ The kidneys are your
^lood purifiers, they fil1)
,er out '^e waste or
\ifyl3rr imPuritiC3 in blood, j
K\ v U\-hX/Z~m If they are sick or out I
W of order, they fail to do
InU^'X their work.
TTl^XWl"n V Pains, achesandrheuI
UrnlJP matism come from exJ>Ji
ccs3 uric ac'd in the
? .."*v5 blooJ, due to ncglccted
kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
hsart beats, and makes one feel as though
thay had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidneypoisoned
blood through veins and arteries,
j it used to be considered that only urinary
| troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
j but now modern science proves that nearly
; all constitutional diseases have their beginI
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized." It stands the highest for its I
r\( *V4*"4 - -
.?. v*. w yj* %i?w uioircssing cases
and is sold on its merits f-'^K7^
by all druggists in fiftyccnt
and one-dollar stz- ImPpm
cs. You may have a
sample bottle by mail iiomn of Bwomp-Koot.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
the name, Swamp-Root. Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton,
b V., on every bottle.
FREIGHT HANDLERS INVOLVED.
They Join Strikers at Chicago in Fight
Against the Packers.
All th<? railroads entering Chicago
have become involved in the stock
yards strike. A general order was issited
Thursday by Lawrence .1. Curraa,
l>r? s: "< nt of the Kreiijht Handlers'
t'nicn. r.otllyinj; all members ol the
union emplovvd by tin* various railr.)
Chicago to refuse '
''" JEN VII jE'iS CIlEAl
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SPRING
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< <1 Art; you ready for your
! !'ve arc showing a nice line mat
I OF
oiaill pay you to see this line.
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1M
OF THE FA
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Mite Seal
charge n |
jeer of .!??> tei/inv ??f" tho cargo of tho j
Arabia by tlw Vladivostok squadron, j
The Hamhiirg-Aniorican Company, tins j
owner.'! of the ship, undoubtedly will j
appeal to tho Gorman government to ji
secure release of its ship and compon- '
Ration for tho delay in her cruise and r
other it' ins of loss.
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No Pity Shown.
"For years fate was after nw.* cun- '
t inu. nisi v," writ p.-? F\ A. (Julk*dK<\V )'
beiia, Ala. " I had :i terrible case of "
Piles i an. iii^ 21 tumors. When all fail- (
m1 IJucMt ii'k Arniei Salve euml rm\" '
HcpriHv j.:nciil for Hums and all ariies
ami pain.-. Only LW at J'icken? Drug
Goinp.'.uy. If
PRESIDENT IN WASHINGTON.
Engineers Congratulated on Safe Trip
From Oyster Bay.
I'rivnlfnt Koosoveit and party arrived
'n Washington at ('.:)(> o'clock j
Thursday evuiinK ami were driven .
directly to I ho white house*.
On his d 'liarkation frcm t!ie train i
tiotli engineers were lined up. with !(
the i right hands carefully wiped.
u t i! i f 1?' tit* Mivfnmiirv !?11111? 'I' 11?? I
pmsifli-ul shook i-ach nrm's hand with I
ho: I) his. and each got a won! of con- ,
Kiatiiluilon on the trip.
| Mother's Ear I
'x, A word in MOTMn*' a ear t wnrn
'? ) NUflUINO AN INFANT, AND IN T HI'
f ? MONTHS THAT COMn HliBOHU THAT
jfc TIM n,
SCOTT'S EMULSION
& BUPPUKB THB nXTRA BTRBNUTH AND |
jP NOURISHMENT BO HmCHttHAHY BOH I
f% THl! H G ALT H OB BOTH MOTHCH AN J) I
& CHILD.
I| Send for free f.imple I
SCOTT ft lioWNi:. themK.% ?
K| 409-415 J'e.irl Street, New York, i,
50c. and #1.00 ; all dru^giM*. >,
MANGLED BV BOMB
Von Plehve, Russian Minister
Hurled Into Eternity,
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WORK OF AM ASSASSIN
Moat Hated Man in All Russia Mcota
Horrible Death While Hiding in
Hi3 Carriage in Streets of
St. Petersburg.
A St. Petersburg special says: M. ,
Von Plehve, minister of the interior,
was assassinated at 9:50 o'clock on
Thursday morning by a bomb thrown
at his carriage while he was driving \
to the Baltic station to take a train
for the palace at PetorhotT, where ,
ho was to make his weekly report to !
tln> empeior.
The assassination is believed to be i
the outcome of .1 widespread plot, the J
existence of which has been suspected
for some days. Numerous arrests |
have already been made, including
that of the assassin, a young man who
is believed to he a Finn named Leg- '
lo, and who is now in a hospital se- !
veroly and perhaps fatally injured by i
the expplosion of his own bomb. An ae- |
complice of l.eglo, also apparently a ,
Finn, but whose name is unknown, has
been arrested. Ho ha 1 in his posses- j
sion a bomb, which he tried to throw,
but 1 >_ was overpowere 1 by the police
just, in time to prevent great loss
of life.
Tho bomb was thrown under the minister's
carriage, completely shattering
it.Von Plchvc's body was terribly mangled.
The coachman was killed and tho .
wounded and maddened horses dashed
wildly away with the front wheels of :
the firriiige, the only portion of Uio
vehicle remaining intact. Immediately
there ensued a scene of the "Vildest
onfnsion.
Police and gendarmes hurried from
very direction and vast crowds gathered
about the spot where tiie mangled
*ody of the minister lay weltering in j
I is blood.
' The Asssociated Press correspondent
""as at the sccne of the tragedy with- ,
i live minutes after it ocourrreJ.
The roadway was strewn for a bun- |
red yards with the wreckage of the
arriage and pieces of the red lining
f the minister's official overcoat A
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Spring Suit. Two j)icc<t Suits:
lo. ol' "Milton Cloth." livery
-- a mrTTTNF^ 1
fl UIM LIl'L..,. y,
MOUS I'll
Clothing
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is famous in all the
y in stylo and fit and
tailors art? employed in
1 garment is inspected
!g a variety of' styles
ougli.
/i?( shipment of llour this week
money. Call and ^ct our prio
ce-Monw (
Till1 iilHli.v I rl 'Millvol'.11 >11 N .11 I.I A N luTi'liy mi
inure liliu ii 'iiinliilatO for ( oroiier, I'li'Srii*
Mint). Ml lijt'd in l In* ml inn of t lie I if I ii?K- I i<"
lorx in llie * opfoiirliliiK |?rllinir> . I j
tho mi! fi IhIioii '<m\ >iiv lunn.s** I lu'rclty
'ho !in.rt.y?eir.i|,K fo Ht.hvo'ns* no
ro.| of the Orthodox rhurch, so moroiloe.sly
did ho porHCfiito thorn.
'""r ? lo"K Mmo it ha? boon pr?dlotort
that I'lohvo would dlo hy th<?
hand of an assassin and go strong was
BREEZE TRIAL NEARS CLOSE.
Famous Embezzling Case at Charlotte
Soon to B3 with Jury.
Tho testimony in tlx" fourth hearing
of th<> famous 15reez?' embezzlement
case, in which Major William
R. Rreezo, of Brevard, N. is
char god with fraudulently withdrawing
from tho First National Hank of
Aflhovtlle about $lll,00y was tconeluded
at Charlotte, N. C'., on Wednesday.
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j RUSSIANS BACK DOWnVHI
British Threats of Summary Actlo^B
| Brings Czar's Government to
Time in Short Order.
A London special Hays: Tho te&JI
slon in tho Russo-Brit Isli relations 1ms
been relaxed anil no rupture la now ,H
probable.
I Pniilit nnnl-n...l....lV IK- I>.. 1
i vuuuo in.?,i\uinnn 11 , lllf iiU391UII iftXU* MBB
bussador to Great Britain, Informed
Lord Lansdowne at a conference
I Thursday morning that if Russia had ,vfH
committed 'a wrong she was ready 'jH
and willing to make full reparation,
but before any action could be takj^M^h^l
in the Knight Commander case the
Russian government must have (be
opportunity of receiving the report < f . i
Hie commander of the Vladivostok
squadron.
Lord l.ansdowne was not dispose ! I
t, " -wi.nrom \ I
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|s?)ap you can
\ces.
cv
"ones for $1 00 *1
Hones for 13c
'Vpn p/f. "WO
K was favored by the fact that y>6
.-^Ic In that section is always of the \
f^inaviest, owing to the crossing of
br^incs of surface cars and the contin
Colons stream cf heavy truck. M. Von
c^'lehve waB always apprehensive of at- L H
i) empts upon his life and used to drive y JK
o^jis rapidly as possible.
\ The assassin in laying his plans ovit
ientiy foresaw this circumstance and
v while the minister's coachman slowed
ill'A IN 1,
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R0AV1.NG STORE
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vostok squadron and obtain tho report
of its commander as quickly as possi- R
bio. What further concerns I ho British
authorities and, it is said, concerns
the United States as well, is the dan-^^|ta^JA
gerous situation of othor neutral
ping on the Pacific which. hn<^raH
hoard goods which the lt]a I ]9|
mander will consider I \
I Tho protest made, (vf(m I \
c
the Knight Commander.
In the houw of commons Thursday
ternoon Premier Balfour. confirming U \ ?
o announcements marie in the above [ j I
spatehes. said that the acute sta>;e
1
ire all the rage and ?
suit guaranteed. It
read. fej
On an aye and no vote tlio amend- v
mont was carried by a vote of 133 to 0. ,
This compromise was brought about if
(o make sun.' of the necessary 117
votes. When tlio bill noes to tin; senato,
however. it is understood that tho
somite will turn it down, utul pass it |l
with the Increase of
. f
One Lady's Recommendation Sold Fifty
Boxes of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets.
I nave, i i?oiit vo, sol,i nny boxes of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tublots
on lite recommendation of 0110
lady h< re, who llrst bought a box Of
them about a year ago. She never "f
tiros of telling her n< ighbors and
friends about the good qualities of
these Tablets. 1'. M. Shore. DrngKi.it.
Rochester, ind. Tho pleasant purga
live eff<ot of those Tablets make.*
[ thorn a favorite wltn ladles every- 4
j where. For sale by Pickens Drug
Store, Marie's l/rug Store, T. N. Hunter,
Liberty. If
RUSSIA TO PAY DEARLY.
For Foolish Intermeddling With Urit*
ish Neutral Vessels.
A St. Petersburg special says: (>roatj^^tfd|
Uritain's hill for damages a;;uinst Una?la
for demurrage and other Indemnl* |
lies connected with tho arrest, detention
and shelling of Hrltlah ships In
tho Hed sen will Ihi very heavy. Al'
ready It Is roughly CHtinmted at $5,|
000,000.
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