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TELE ARGUS, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1904.
Whiskey and Beer Habit
PERMANENTLY CURED BY
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, SURE AND HARMLESS.
Physicians pronounce drunkenness a disease "i the nervons Tstes, creating a niorbul
Craving for a stimn'.ant. Continued indulgence in whiskey, beer or wire eat3 iTray t!ie
Stomach lining and stupefies the digestive organs, tuns drstrnj-ing the digestion audi
mining the health. No "will power" can heal the in.lamed stoiac'.i nK-mbraaca.
"ORRIJCE" permanently removes the craving- lor liquor y action circily cm tba
affected nerves, restoring the stomach and digestive organs to normal cor. Jit,;ns, improving
the appetite and restoring the health. Can be riven secretly it dzs.zcl.
Cure Effected or Money Refunded.
Ask yotir druggist -johom you know hliX he thinks of OHRIN'E; 'he wii! indorse
cat statements a truthful ia every respect. H ORRIN E fails to Cure v. c will reiua
yon every penny paid for it as cheerfully as we took it.
No Sanitarium Treatment or Publicity!
No Absence from home or losn of time!
Mother?, wives and sisters, yon cannot cure those who are n-T.ictc I vri:h t:."s vr.ott
terrible of ail diseases by your fervent prayers, or eyes red with t?ars, nor by yo-r
hope that they may stop drinking. It can be done only with ORRINE. Vou ha.M
the remedy will vou use it ? If you desire to care without the knowledge of the patient,
btty ORRINE No. 1; if the patient desires to be cured oi his own free will, buy
ORRINE No. 2. Foil directions found in each package Prico 9 i per box.
ftrZ We will gladly tarnish a treatment free c, cost to any physicuu "-JT
SST" to demonstrate that Orrine is a positive etcc lie for Uranr.eanc. m&
All Correspondence Confidential.
For free book Treatise on Drunkenness and how to Cure it write tr
THE ORRINE CO., INC.. WASHINGTON, D. C, or call oa
H. 0. ROLFS, Harper House Pharmacy
a tonic. The alcohol only 34 per cent is
an aid to digestion; a healthful stimulant.
Schlitz Beer is brewed with the extreme of
cleanliness cooled in filtered air and
every bottle is sterilized.
It is one of the best things in the world for you.
It does not ferment on the stomach, because it
is aged aged for months in refrigerating
rooms before it is marketed.
It gives you beer without biliousness. Ask
k your doctor what he thinks about drinking
J Schlitz beer. Ask for
the Brewery Buttling.
Jhe BeerThat Made Milwaukee Famous
Chicago Dental Company
If 3-0U are in need of dental work,
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Cement fillings $ .25
Bone filling ,25
Platinum tilling 50
Silver fillings 50
Gold fillings, $1 nnd up 1.00
Cold crowns, $4 to $5 4.00
Bet of teeth. $5 and up 5.00
1 15 set of teeth for 10.00
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OVER SEIDEL'S DRUG STORE.
It's a Pleasure
a good cigar. If you have not
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learn what really good cigars
are neer permitted to form a
part of our stock. If you want
something nice in cigars, tobac
co, pipes and smoker! articles,
drive us a call.
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Union Ins. Co Philadelphia, Pa.
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Office, room 3, Buford block. Rates
a low as consistent with resnrity.
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The old fire and time-fried companies
represented. Rates as low as
any reliable company
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"Up Agin" a Good Thing
a man is when he commences to
! patronize tho American Steam
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(Struck" is what those who indulge
i in a little slan;; would gay. But
jentre nous if you want your lin'en
j as faultless as'when you tifst liought
, i', in color and finish, we willguar
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everv time. Careful handling and
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j artistic work are among o:ir up-to- i
Twelfth 8tret aoo Ktfth A venae.
Don't Be Fooledi
Genuine ROCkY MOfVTAIN TEA
j Ir put up in white packages, manufactured
: exclusively hy tht- .VuJi.ud Medicine
J Co.. Had.'cn. '.Vis. nctl at 35 coots a
I tmi. ore. AH other are rank imitation
JVJ subt.tutcs. don't risk your heaf'n b
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PEOPLE OF THE DAY
The Rnsalan ((iram.udfr.
Lieutenant General Alexei Nleholae
vitch Kuruj atkin. who was recently re
lieved of the duties of minister of war
in Russia that lie might take command
of tho czar's land forces in the far east.
Is one of the most popular officers in
the Russian service. lie is the idol of
the Russian army and is recognized by
foreign officers as the czar's best geu-
HECTENAST GESEKAL KUROl'ATKIN.
wal. He graduated from the Imperial
Military college at St. Petersburg thir-ty-eiglit
years ago and entered ac
tive service in central Asia. The in
fluential position of his family could
have secured him a more desirable ai
pointment, but the youth of eighteen
said he preferred to go where he could
have a chance to learn his work by
active service. He served through the
war against the Bokharans and woo
the plaudits of his superiors by his
ubility and bravery. In the war
against Turkey Kuropatkin was Sko
beleft"s chief lieutenant, and when the
Russians triumphed he shared the glo
ries which foil in such abundant meas
ure to the lot of that great commander.
Why Iloltxman Became a Lawyer.
John Y. Holtzman. mayor of Indian
apolis, in his boyhood days had an in
clination to be a doctor and according
ly entered the office of a practitioner
in his native villuge in northern Indi
ana. The doctor was a man of violent
temper. One day he was called to see
a patient a short distance out Of town,
and young Holtzman went along. On
the way they were chased by a bull.
The boy and his mentor made for a
ditch near by, and the former leaped
it easily. Not so tho doctor, who fell
fairly in the middle, where there wa3
about two feet of water and mud. His
appearance as ho scrambled into safe
ty was too much for the pupil, who
roared with laughter. Thereupon the
doctor chased him half a mile, mean
while delivering himself of volley aft
er volley of cuss words. Holtzman
never went back to the doctor's office;
but went In for law. Brooklyn Eagle.
How Spoonor Annoya I .n.ltr-.
When Senator BpoonCT of Wisconsin
gets up to deliver a speech all his col
leagues listen attentively, but a good
many of them watch Senator Lodge at
the same time. The Wisconsin man,
though quite a scholar, is noted for his
eccentricities of pronunciation. For
crumple, he calls the liberated island
"Cu-bey:" "reciprocity"' is "ree-seeproc-eity;"
"Panama" is "Fanam-na," with
the accent on the "nam;" "caliber" is
"callyeber;" "Philippines" is "Phil'
peus." These slips cause Mr. Lodge
keen anguish, his own enunciation and
pronunciation being as near perfection
as mortal man can reach. It is said
that as soon as Spoonor begins to talk
Lodge begins to shudder, keeping up a
sort of suffering from gout expression
until tho Badger statesman resumes his
seat. Kansas City Journal.
Miss Goold "Sot a Contribator.
The story that Miss Helen M. Gould
made a largo contribution toward the
fund employ oil In the prosecution of
Senator Reed Smoot of Utah is denied.
It is said, by authority of the lady her
self. Miss Gould gave $1..0U to the
HISS HELEN' H. GOULD.
fund to secure the expulsion of Brig
ham II. Roberts from the house of rep
resentatives, but declined to give any
thing for the Smoot case. She ex
pressed the heartiest sympathy with
the movement, but declined to assist
It financially on the ground that her
activity in the Roberts matter had
proved disastrous to her brothers, the
Mormons having retaliated against
their railroad interests, doing them
REINDEER WOOL CLOTHES.
Their Duoyaary Waken Them an Aid
to Peraeno Learning to Swim.
From their herds of reindeer the
' Laplanders In northern Europe take
i the wKlly hair and make from it blan
kets which are remarkable for their
I excellent Qualities of resisting ruois
: ture and cold. Of these blankets the
United States consul at Frankfurt,
Germany, has this to say:
A close examination of the hair of
the reindeer furnishes an explanation
of its peculiar value. The hair does
not have a hollow space inside for its
whole length, but is divided or parti
tioned off into exc-eedingly numerous
cells, like water tight compartments.
' These are filled with condensed air.
-and their walls are so elastic ami at
the same time of such strong resist
ance that they are not broken up ei
ther during the process of manufac
ture or by swelling when wet. The
cells expand in water, and thus It bap
pens that a man clad completely in
garments made of reindeer wool does
not sink when in water because he is
buoyed up by moans of the air con
tained in the hundreds of thousands
of hair cells. In the markets and
stores of Norway. Sweden and Russia
garments and blankets of reindeer
wool are to bo bad at lower prices
than other fabrics. In Yienna there is
a factory which manufactures gar
ments of reindeer wool, especially
nothing costumes. For persons una
ble to swim the possession of such
garments is of great value. It is pos
sible that they may be utilized in
learning how to swim. Recently suc
cessful trials have been made in Paris
In this line. In England attention has
boon directed to this peculiar propVrty
of reindeer wool, and it is proposed to
take up its manufacture and possibly
to Improve it." Fiber and Fabric.
The Safety of London Thrat.ru.
There Is no gangway through tho
stalls In an English theater and only
two exits, so that in the event of a fire,
or. what Is worse, of a panic, the rush
to these exits and up the steps in the
passages that skirt the back of tho pit
and lead finally to the central lobby
would be terrible. One always feels
entombed In the stalls of an English
However, feelings are one thing,
facts another. And there is no get
ting away from the fact that London
theaters are the safest in the world.
Year after year over 30O places of
public entertainment are licensed by
the London county council, twenty
three of them being theaters and the
rest music halls, concert halls, assem
bly rooms, dancing saloons, and so on,
and In not a single one of them has a
death been caused by fire for nearly
fifty years. Sydney Brooks in Har
A New French Ittfle.
A new French military Invention is
on record. This time it Is not the ma
chine gun, but the army rifle, and
again the inventor steps out from tho
ranks. Corporal tJrlssolange of the
First colonial infantry has devised a
method of greatly increasing tho ca
pacity of small arms for rapid firing.
Instead of one magazine, holding eight
cartridges, as at present. Grissolange
provided three magazines, holding al
together eighteen cartridges, which by
an easy mechanism worked with great
rapidity are brought up in succession
to the feeding tube. Tho army com
mission on military Inventions has just
notified Grissolange that the minister
of war has placed his invention before
the commission, with instructions to
examine und report upon it.
A Remarkable Memory.
A remarkable memory for faces is
one of the attributes of George Den
ny, bead watchman at the state, war
aud navy building. It is as head door
keeper after office hours that Den
ny's peculiar gift stands him in good
stead. Like the other government
buildings, no visitors are allowed at
the state, war and navy after 2
o'clock. Many of the offices remain
open until 5 o'clock, however, and
there Is a constant stream of officials,
messengers and newspaper men pour
ing in and out beyond the time that
the doors are closed. Denuy never
makes the mistake of holding up the
wrong man. Kansas City Journal.
Thee days so rapid is the pace.
Tin- man of action wins the race,
And if the finish you would see,
Go take some Kooky Mountain Tea.
For sale by T. II. Thomas, pharma
Milwaukee's Banner Brew
It isn't talk that counts, it's
quality Quality mat stands
pat, at all times, for honest
criticism. The unprecedented
popularity of Blatz Wiener is
due to its pronounced indi
viduality that indescribable,
honest flavor that always
means "Blatz" that dclicht
ful Blatz Wiener "smack"
that goes straight to the
spot Driak it for beer
character For health's sake
drink it. Ask for it down
town. Send a case home.
ALWAYS THE SAME
BL.A.TZ MALT - VIVINE
vitt oa mumt.
VAX. BLATZ BREWING CO., Milwaukee
BEAKDSLEY &. BAILEY,
Wholesale Dealer. 217 Eighteenth S4.
FOR THE CHILDREN
This Boy Will Be a SBeects.
Willie Thompson, the office boy to a
large firm of publishers, was u smart
lad. aud when recently he was sent to
one of the oiH?rativ departments with
a message he noticed at once that
something was wrong with the ma
chinery. He returned and gave the
alarm, and this prevented much dam
age. This was reported to the bead of
the firm, who sent for Willie.
"You have done me a very great
ervice. my lad." said the chief. "In
future your wages will be increased by
60 cents weekly."
"Thank you. sir." said the bright lit
tle follow. "I will do my best to be
The reply struck the chief almost as
much as the lad's previous service had
"That's the right spirit, my lad." he
said. "In all the years I have been in
business no one has ever thanked me
In that way. I will make the increase
75 cents. Now, what do you say to
"Well, sir," said Willie after a mo
ment's hesitation, "would you mind if
I said it again?" Philadelphia North
Charles was only a little boy. and he
had not known many snowstorms. Ho
was confused at the warmth of the
fluffy, dry stuff that covered him. He
thought it surely could not bo snow,
but he had never seen anything like it.
Even his horse was covered with it,
but he did not seem to mind.
The boy was so thirsty. He had
dreams of riding over the desert sands
and fancied his wooden horse an In
dian camel. "Hurry up, dear fellow.
Keep on and get us away from this
sand. It Is blinding me. I am almost
choked by it. O1., on to water!" These
were the things he whispered to tho
painted horse, holding it close to him
as he lay asleep on the red divan, all
cuddled up among th best cushions.
Could it have been the galloping on his
play horse that burst the red cushion
and let the down out, or was it that
button on Charlie's waist that caught
in the stitching? Anyway the fluffy
stuff that covered him and made him
dream of desert dryness was the
feathery inside that he had squeezed
out of the pillow. What did his moth
er say? Philadelphia Ledger.
Paper DoII'm Wardrobe.
Little girls who are fond of playing
with paper dolls will find it entertain
ing to be able to make a change in the
children's costume ns often ns they
wish. Of course this is always possi
ble with the ready made paper dolls
which are bought in the shops, but lit
tle girls who are devoted to paper dolls
always prefer to cut out of papers and
books both dolls and wardrobes, as in
this way they are able to possess dolls
unlike any one else's.
In order to be able to change the cos
tumes, select a pretty head and fasten
it with beeswax to the top of a short
strip of pasteboard. All sorts of cos
tumes may then be cut from fashion
papers, etc., and fastened to the bees
wax. A much greater variety of cos
tumes can be bad in this way than
with the purchased costumes. To be
sure, before the costumes are bees
waxed on, the bodiless heads will pre
sent a rather distressing appearance.
But Dame Fushion demands many sac
rifices, and every intelligent paper doll
would prefer to have her head chopped
off to staying in one costume all her
A Nlee Game.
A delightful game- for a party of
boys and girls is this:
Let the little host or hostess, with
mother's help, write a lot of quota
tions on long strips of paper quota
tions from the "Yisit of St. Nicholas,"
"Mother Goose." "Alice In Wonder
land," etc., and cut these strips up Into
two or three pieces.
Then tack these pieces to curtains,
furniture, picture frames, screens and
When the children arrive tell them
to And all the complete quotations they
can. When they have taken a slip of
paper they must scurry around to find
the rest of the quotation contained on
The game goes on until all the slips
are gone. The boy or girl who has
found the greatest number of complete
quotations receives the prize.
A Sparrow' Appetite.
If a man could eat as much in pro
portion to bis size as a sparrow is able
to consume he would need a whole
sheep for dinner, a couple of dozen
fowls for breakfast and six turkeys for
his evening meal. A tree sparrow has
been known to eat TOO grass seeds in a
Even so tiny a bird as the wren has
been counted to make 110 trips to and
from its nest within 430 minutes, and
the prey it carried home consisted of
insects much larger and heavier than
were caught by swallows.
My Mamma's Lap.
I like r play wlf dollies, an' I like f go
I Uke f Jump my skip pin' rope In mot-Din's
.en It's cool;
I like f piay go visltun while dolly takes
But sometimes nuffln" else '11 do but sit in
I like f climb th' peach tree, an' I Uke t
make mud pies;
I like f play wlf puppy, an' I like a birf-
day s' prise;
I Uke f go out ridin' and 1st wear my
But when I'm tired an' sleepy, Wy. X
want my mamma's lap.
I like f 'tend my playhouse It's th' finest
place in town;
I like r play bis; lady, wlf long- skirt
I Uke f go f Sunday school an' wear my
new silk wrap.
But when a lump gets in my frost X 1st
want mamma's lap.
-Strickland W. GHUan In Leslie s Weekly.
RED DRAGON TEA
This Tea is Packed in Japan. Why ?
BECAUSE it costs
less than here, and
you are the gainer
y it, are you not?
You get what you
buy. both in flavor
and weight, full 16
ozs. to the lb.
The Gup That Cheers. Tired Nature's Sweet Restorer.
RED DRAGON TEA
W H. BELL
PURITY AND CLEANLINESS
A t r
MAKE YOUR M.ONEY
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Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cenl
interest Paid on Deposits.
Mfney Loan?d on rsonal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
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J. M. Boford, President.
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. (Jre.-navtait, CaahJer,
Regan the business July 2, 1890,
ind occupying S. E. corner of
Mitchell 6c Lynde's new building.
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that's invested in heating plant re
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