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a CATARRH n
The treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic and
IIIStrlngent I washes lotions salves medicated tobacco
and cigarettes or any external or local application is
just as senseless as would be kindling a fire on top of
the pot to make It boil True these jive temporary
relief but the cavities and passages of the head and the
bronchial tubes soon fill up again with mucus
I Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh for it
checks perspiration and the poisonous acids and
vapors which should pass oft tlrouih the skin are
thrown back upon the mucous membrane or Inner akin I
I producing inflammation and excessive flow of mucus
much of which Is absorbed Into the blood and through the circulation
reaches every parloef the system Involving the Stomach Kidneys and other
parts of the hotly When the disease assumes the dry form the breath
becomes exceedingly foul blinding headaches arc frequent the ayes red
bearing affected and n constant ringing in the ears No remedy that does
s not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh S S S expels from the
circulation all offensive matter and when rich pure
pureblood
mucous membranes become healthy and the skin
J active all the disagreeable painful symptoms disap
pear and n permanent thorough cure Is effected
S S S being a strictly vegetable blood purifier does not derange the
Stomach and digestion but the appetite and general health rapidly improve
under its tonic effects Write us about your case and get the best medical
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I THE SUNS PUZZLE PICTURE
I I FRED GET ME SOME BAIT WHERE IS FRED
I WITH THE MAGAZINES
The October Magazine number of
The Outlook In its hundred pages of
rending matter contains In actual
amount And In illustrations ns much
ai many of the regular monthly mugs
xlnci while It li to be remembered
that The Outlook publishes under one
subscription rata BJ numbers a year
twelve of which ore lllaitratod IIIIRV
ilnoi numbers The current inao con
tains a pleasant discursive talk about
the coronation In KjRlnml by Angus
tine ilirrell who hat no superior
I s among living Enil h essayists a vl1
j Tld account of the recent maneuver I
of our army and navy under the title
With the Attacking Fleet by
James Unmet an illustrated article
by Ray Stannanl taker called Been
la Turkey an entertaining anti
charmingly lllnitratal article called
Round About Irk Virginia b11I1I1
Moore n personal article on John
Motley by Justin McCarthy JohnI I
sketches and poems besides the usual
fall editorial narrative and interpre
tation of the events of the week talks
about reuent book etc etc
Infinite variety characterizes the
contents of the October Everybody
The number Is fall of spirited tales
sad entertaining articles Rndyard
Kiplings hit story The Comprc
pension of Private Copper follows
a picturesque account of Old Steam
boat Days on the Mlnlulppl by G
W Ogden In Monitory Soldier of
Fortune 11 8 Canflold tells of a
Chicago fencing mailer whoso career
xwi ai ailventorons aa DArtagnans
A grooms of Booth Afrlcaby Chat
meri Robert records the pononallty
of the immensely wealthy Alfred Bait
ynb wits Cecil Rhodes partner Miss
Mario Van Vent in The Woman I
Ihat Toll describes her experience I
VJi s working girl In a shoo factory at
k Lyon A Womans Victory for I
Schools tells of Miss Margaret Ha
i Joys successful fight to make the cor
poratlons of Chicago pay their taxes
In order to furnish money for school I
teachers salaries
The October lime of Success It a
welcome one for It offers a wide
range of reading matter that is I highly
representative of the progress of
American matters The Hit of con
tents this month contains n number of
prominent namcsnotably among them
being that of Henry Cabot Lodge
United States senator from Maunchu
ictts who provides an Interfiling amt
valuable discourse on Good Citizen
hlpa object which the growing
youth of tbd United States cannot
know too much about Robert II
Thnriton John R Spears Christian
Terhnne Herrick Richard Lo Galll
enne give tome notable contribution
and there are a number of Interesting
articles beside
Frank Lee Benedict never wrote n
better story than nil The Turn of the
Wheel the novelette with which the
October Smart Set opens Mrs Ev
erard Cores Sara Jeannette Duncan
contributes to this number of The
Smart Set The Entertainer The
other short stories of the number com
bine to an extraordinary degree merit
and variety The October number
contains olio a thoughtful article on
The Immoraltles of Music by M
de DuBois The poems of the number
cover an extremely wide range and
are of remarkable merit As a Whole
the October number of The Smart Set
surpasses even Its predecessor
The Century for October has for Its
I
frontispiece the fulllength portrait of
Andrew Carnegie recently painted by
John W Alexander and Mr Carne
gie is the subject of an appreciation
by Hamilton W Moblo Two pit
pen are devoted to the inbjoct novel j
In magazine literature of John Alex
ender Dowle Both are illnitrated by
drawings made at ZIon City I1L the
present teat of the Dowleltei The
other illustrated articles cover a wide
range In The Centurys Year of
American Humor theref are two di
venting stories and other stories and
sketches distinguish the months make
up The poetry has large variety the
editorial topics include several topics
of timely interest ably discussed
ILlpploooUs I Magazine for October
contains a complete novel and many
I short stories The novel by Mary
Moil is I entitled Fruit Out of Sea
son It is fresh clover and witty
Marie Van Vorits stories run In the
order of good better belt This her
latest called The Primrose Way
In the October Ltpplncott excels any
thing the has yet published which Is
praise Indeed Among the other notes
ble ihort story contributor are I Jo
slab Allens Wife Oy Warman Al
fred Stoddart Cyrus Townsend Brady
Clinton DangorHeld and George Hyde
Preston
The October number of 10 Story
Book Is on the news stands and is a
gem both as regards the cleverness of
tho stories and the tllong lilt of names
among tho authors John Habbcrton
known the world over ai the writer of
Helens Babies contribute and
Ople Read There is a tragic story by
Dorothy Dlx and a moat clever bit of
comedy by Kill W Peattie entitled
JIll Last Stunt Julia Tinttt Bishop
contributes a dramatic tale The sto
ry given the poet of honor Ii a unique
sketch by Annie Brubcar Other ito
rles are The Vow of Death by W
U Hcnneuey The Wife and Mil
tress by W B Barnett and The
Homo Accursed by Garrard Harris
Pearsons for October opens with
The Story of New York by GUI
tave Kolbbe Riving its history from the
halfmoon to the skyscraper Mod
ern Fire Protection li an interesting
article dealing with large cities and
well Illustrated There are other
timely articles and several excellent I
stories of varying themes that hold the
attention
The Metropolitan Magazine for Oc
tober Ii profusely illnitrated and con
Was a good amount of readable mat
ronltalnl
ter It U I especially prolific In stories
there being eleven in all though some
are mere prose pastels but are clever
withal
IN GOOD CONDITION
PADUUAU MAN INSPECTS A PI
ANO WITH A HISTORY
Mr Leo Olrardey the piano man
was recently In Joppn I1L and made
a discovery that corroborates the story
told bv Captain Kerlpko of Golconda
who WM in the City of Golconda dis
aster over a year ago and who claim
to have laved himself ana two others
one a paralyzed mn nn R piano which j
was enclosed In the ordinary piano
box There li a story often told that
a piano will not float but In this In
stance It did and the piano li now in a
carpenters home In Toppo
The instrument flmtml down and
was caught posted and sold as the
firm ordering the instrument would
not take It The purchaser paid U 0
for the Instrument and lent It to the
factory whore the keys were repair
ed All that was injured wai the
glue on tbo keyi which had become I
loose and the purchaser made about
abontI I
1160 In the transaction
WANTED TO DIE BADLY
ILLINOIS MAN TOOK STRYCH
NINE AND THEN STABBED
HIMSELF
Memphis Tens Oct 8II O
Lewis aged CD of Nlantli Macon
county Rhinos is lying at the city
hospital in a serious condition from
the effects of strychnine taken with
suicidal Intent and from a stab in his
stomach with a knife Inflicted when
he found that the potion vouU not kill
him Lewis purchased the strych
nine almost a week ago and stated at
the hospital that ho had been contem
plating killing himself ever since be
cause of financial trouble lie had a
wife and six children
Judge R L Shomwoll of Boston li
in tho city
cityMYSELF
MYSELF CURED
I will tUdly Inform parch addicted to
COCAINE MORPHINE
OPIUM or LAUDANUM
at a UTerlalllair harmless Uomt Cure
1MRSI nary CIIlIoI
PO Hot 1112 Chlca o Illlno
112hChlu I
BOBS UP AGAIN
ADMINISTRATOR F G RUDOLPI
DOES JOT KNOW WHAT
TO DO WITH THE
MONEY
I The Fred Stewart case bobs up again
In a suit filed today In circuit court
asking the court to determine what
disposition hall be made of 11000 in
the hands of Administrator F G Ru
dolph of the estate which was received
ai a compromise judgment for Injuries
Stewart received In the railroad yards
here It will be remembered that the
young switchman fell beneath the
wheels of an Illinois Central switch
engine and lost both logs receiving
110000 at one trial and 115000 at an
other the judgment and Interest
amounting to 18000 Stewart
wh He the case was hanging lire In the
court of appeals died from smallpox
in Missouri and a compromise was fi
nally effected for 11000 Mr Ru
dolph the administrator allege in
this petition that O T Ilamlln of
Springfield Mo has been appointed
administrator of the estate there and
that there are several claims against
the estate from relative for board
etc He asks the court for instruc
tion as to what to do with the mon
ey only 0201 being left after pay
log attorneys fees and other costs of
fighting the case
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0 R Smith proprietor Smith House
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It to boa fine remedy for all ache
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Mr George S Finney the iron fur
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rLet wOJki I
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