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Mj: I The metropolis of Garfield county
H ' continues to furnish much newsy mat-
H ter, as a glance at the columns of the
H' local paper will demonstrate. Said
H I news items nro served up in such
H i unique fashion that we are constrained
H 1 1 to again reproduce some of the moro
HH Important ones. Miss Alice Syrett,
H , who, it will bo remembered, was "pol-
Hfii, soned eating duttcred bread" last
Hl week, is not so bad as reported, the
kHt j following amended report of her con-
I illtion being published:
jn last week's issue we gave what
was supposed to bo the facts In the
case of the poisoning case of Alice Sy-
fl I rctt, wo havo since learned that she
m , had, had noteing to cat that had any
fl I poison in neither was thero any pol-
1 1 son out inthe mill and the case while
H i it was one of polslonlng was due in
M f nny way to any one, but came from
M the gastriclic juices which the attend-
M ing physician says may be duo to her
H L having ate some cheese or even drank
M somo milk, which caused it as poi-
H slons do come f torn such causes.
H All of which makes us feel glad.
We seriously advise Alice to have
M something done for her "gastriclic
H juices" so that In future If she wants
B to eat cheese or drink milk she can
)( do so without fear of serious results.
H Owing to the great dlstanco from
Hi the place of happening, wo are un-
H able to offer but one explanation for
H the conduct of Broso Fothcringham,
H as related in the last of the two sue-
H ceeding paragraphs. Ho must have
Hi been driven to drink by tho spelling
H of the bride's name. Read and see
H if you do not agree with tho solution
H Lawerence and Broso Fothcringham
H cam eup from the ranch Monday to
H attend tho wedding of George Church
H and Shrkcspear.
1 Broso Fotherlngham got too much
H fire water yesterday and had to spend
H about an hour in the city refrigerator
before he got cooled enough to keep
H' him from heat post ration.
H After conning the following we
would like to meet tho person who
1 will arise and declare that tho lady
H didn't do the proper thing:
Mrs. S. E. Henrie and Mr, Earn
Hancock have gone to tho lake and
mountains to havo an out Mrs Henrio
will stop at tho Henrio ranch with
her husband while Earn will go to
Every one who reads tho Item bo
low will feel sorry for Johnson:
John Johnson, of Tropic, had h!s
hand opperated on for a fellon.
That one man did feel sorry is evi
denced by tho publication of this nice
John Alstrom, of Tropic, was in our
town on Sunday, ho came over to see
how John Johnson's soro hand is
progressing. Ho rehomo on Monday
without John as the doctor still has
charge of tho hand, which needs his
This succinct account of what hap
pened to Lena will bo appreciated i
nil those who love novelty in descrip
tion: Lena Ipson met with a painful accl
dhnt last Wednesday at the lake while
riding horse back bringing somo cows
from the pasture the horso jumped
its fore feet in to a ground dog hole,
and took complete summersalt throw
ing its rider to tho ground with great
force and rolling on her at the same
time. Beyond knowing how it hap
pened she does not know any morv
about It, nor how long she lay beroro
she gaineb consciousness. When
she came to herself the horse was
somo distance down in the pasture
and the cows heading back for where
she had brought them Sho is now
nursing a badly sprained and bruised
For reasons not stated it Is an
nounced, ofllcially, that:
The Rolelf Society conference has
been postponded until tho next quar
Ah, here It Is. Here is tho solution
of Broso Fotherlngham's conduct. It
was the "pleasing featurs" of the
wedding that got tho boy started.
Read and verify our surmise.
Mr. George Church anh Miss Jennie
Shakespear were married at tho
homo of tho brides parents on Mon
day Aug 21st. Bishop Heywood of
ficatlng. Thero wore seventy-five
guests, all had an enjoyable time the
dance in tho evening was a pleasing
Tho Progress joins with their many
friends In wishing them a pleasant
voyage on tho sea of life.
Mr. Church Is ono of our promlselng
young men and Jonnlo is ono of our
esteemablo young Indies.
Where Salvlnl Takes His Ease.
Tho life at Dievole Is self-dependent,
secluded as that of some desert
Island, Its resources all coming from
within. It Is rarely long continued.
Tho padrone has a country house in
another part of Tuscany, where the
conditions aro entirely normal, with
manners and customs differing in no
marked degree from those of other
civilized communities. To his farm
he ropalrs at intervals, generally for
a week or two at a time, often bring
ing a house-party with hl'i. Or, If ho
desires absolute rest, Jiovolo Is a
splendid refuge. "In tho other place,"
he says, "they know tho ropes, can
got at rae, and fish mo up. Hero I
am my own master and I am safe."
Wo left him there, one bright morn
ing, to his shining solitude, among
his flowers. Thero was no cloud in
tho sky and tho shadow of the fattoro
seemed the only ono on all tho land
scape. Since tho early days of Eden,
thoro has been no garden without a
snako rustling through the grass
except, perhaps, in Ireland. T R
Sullivan, in Scribnor's.
EXPLOSION TELLS OF DANGER.
Means of Giving Alarm of Fire Before
Much Damage Is Done.
Tho essential fundamental requisite
of any system of flra protection Is an
cirly alarm, or Indication of the pres
ence of abnormal temperatures, even
loforo fire actually breaks out in
flames. Prompt Indication of fire gen
erally mean3 Its early extinction and
an audible signal of somo tort is the
only ono that can be rolled upon invar
iably to attract attention. A novel
alarm of this class that has been
worked out in detail by an Inventor,
says the Baltimore American, provides
for denotatlng a fulminating charge
whenever excessive heat becomes ap
parent In any part of a mill or store
house. This explosion attracts the
attention of the watchman and leads
hlrr. to look for the source of trouble
and in this way may avert disastrous
firns. Tho fulminate can bo disposed
in any convenient receptacle, metallic
and waterproof If necessary. The de
tonation Is effected by the release ol
a spring coll, or other resilient mem
ber, brought about by tho fusing ol
an alloy which normally holds the
spring or striker, or tho burning of a
combustible bond. One of tho features
of the device is the ease with which
it may bo applied to any point, requir
ing no connection with any wires,
pipes or other devices. It may be ap
plied In a great number of places at
slight expense and wherever the dan
ger Is greatest. There is nothing to
get out of order and if It should be
ccmo accidentally discharged the ex
plosion that would follow is a notifica
tion of the existence of somo trouble.
LEFT THEM BOTH GUESSING.
Trick of Traveler That Caused Cool
ness Between Companions.
"Courtesy always pays," said Mine.
Rejano, the French actress, to an in
terviewer, "if we are courteous to
people, they like us and they try to
help us. If we are discourteous to
them, they hate us and oppose us.
"Two women occupied a compart
ment In a railway carriage with ono
man, a stranger. They were extrom'
ly rude to this man. In whispers th
he could overhear, they criticised his
costume, his figure and his. manner.
He, to bo revenged, did a singular
"Tho blackness of a tunnel envel
oped the car, and under cover of the
darkness the man kissed the back of
his hand loudly and repeatedly. Then,
when the train entered tho light again,
he looked from ono woman to the
other with a significant smile.
"They exchanged glances of sus
picion. '"Was it you he kissed?'
" 'No, of course not. Was it you?'
"And neither lady would believo tho
other's denial, and each, in her inmost
heart, was offended to think that tho
man had chosen her companion in
stead of herself to kiss. Tho man
looked cool and complacent. When
Anally, he rose to go, he said, lifting
his hat with a jocular air:
"'Have no fear, ladles. I shall
never tell which of vnn it. wn
Exempt Students From Service.
Students at Japanese universities
and commercial schools aro "not
obliged to serve in tho army, in Ger
many It has often happened that the
universities were closed becauso ail
tho students and professors had joined
I dreamed a dream of benutv I
Of dewy orange bloom,
Of waving plumes of palms ni,,i I
Of subtle, sweet perfume; EUsl I
Of lilies nnd i nro roses I
That glistened blight between I
Rich banks of brilliant tropic t ,.
That I had never seen. ms
I dreamed nbout tho ocean
And mountains closo beside I
Their purple mantles boiderecl i, I
The silver of tho tide. Ly
I dreamed of holy brethren, I
Of gontlo word nnd deed.
Who Journeyed over half tho woi itl
To sow tho Lord's good seed. H
To toll till church nnd cloister I
Aroso for Christ's denr sake B
Though o'er the thresholds. In mv dr- I
I saw gold poples break. J ,lrcam'
And lo, ns I was dreaming.
I journeyed swiftly through
Three days nnd nights then I nwokn
And found my dicnms come tiue" I
Evaleen Stein, In Sunset Mngnzlne I
Chocolate Consumption. I
The Swiss chocolate consumption ol I
America Is causing some alarm among I
the domestic manufacturers who were I
not smart enough to produce as popu 1
lar n chocolate.
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..SCHOOL HANDKERCHIEFS,, 1
It's time now to get the Children
ready for School, HANDKER-
CHIEFS are always needed; you fl
can buy them here this week at I
GREAT SAVINGS 1
At. 3 for 5c. I
Childron's colored bordered Imiidlier- I
chiefs in tlio rcculur U'io. grade 0 i. c. M
At. 3 for I0c. 1
Children's good quality, hemstitched, fast
colored bordered lmtulkcrvlilefs n i in.
in the best OUo. grades, on sulo nt uI0 IUC.
At. 6 for 25c.
Children's plain vhito or fast colored !
bordered, hemstitched handkerchiefs in
great varlo y. in tho best 10c. cu.nc. I
quality, onsalo at D lOr OC.
As nutritious as any English Port
ers or Malt Tonics, nnd a 1
Connoisseur's delight. J
Krug VExtra Pale"
Light, and mild, palatable, and i
appropriate on all
Either of the above brands deliv
ered in any part of the city.
The Old Resort,
276 So. Main St.
ADAM SNYDER, Proprietor. I
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