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Buffalo Bulletin, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1905, Buffalo, Wyoming t JL. THE BUFFALO THE IS THB REPUBLICAN PAPER IN JOHNSON COUNTY. VOLUME 16 BUFFALO, JOHNSON COUNTV, WYOMING I HI K8DAY. Jt NE 22 1905. Nl'MBER 40 The Dniwsally Popnlar Brands of J Flour j; 'ACME" AND "BUFFALO" j are for sale by tbe Bunaio Manufacinring Go. Electric Llotils, Fixtures and Installation. iwwwwwwwwvvvwv J J I Jones Stocks, UNDERTAKERS A B.MBALAME.RS A full line of Caskets, Burial Robes and Urdeileku Supplies of all kinds. ElegantJHearses, for ooth adults and children s funeralt modern convenience for conducting funerals, in- cluding the new lowering device, and the church truck. Enbalming done by the most approved methods. Experienced Funeral Director. PHONB NO 7O. BUFFALO, WJ Buffalo Limber Co. FRANK SMITH, Manager, We shall carry a foil line of Lumber, Lime, Cement, Fencing Posts, ind EierythlJg Found in u Up-to-date Yard. Give Us a Gall and We wit! Save Money. ARTS SAKE.... KOLA MERR1F1ELD IHt tf AffrrU'U ALVIN BENNETT ittoniij-it-Lii, BUFFALO, WYOMING. Complete plati o( Governmoot land coHBtantij kept OD band Land for Mile: title (fuarantced ABBOolnted with at Wash Ineton, D C who look after mnusre before tbe CommtsUooer of tba Qen era! Land Offloe. D. BBBB. Attorney at Law, BUrFALO. WYOMING Dn. w. o. OWBN. DENTIST. BUFPAL.O. WYOTOINS J H Loir O B MELDBUM DRS. LOTT ud IELDRDM hysicians aod Sargeoqs, WYO. DR. w. E. oosserr, BUFFALO, WYOMING, Office In Myers Cilli proroptlf >i all Patrons In the Country must secure Transpqrtatlon. OS. B. HUFFMAN, DENTIST, mpUj orrjoe IK MTKRB HOTKU "VVOMINO. It was nobody B fault but her own trouble and I hadn't the slightest Idea vliit he looked like but the voice was divine It was tbe voice of Maurico calling and Leonora aaswerwi it for art s sake.' "Well, Leonora had better attend to her cleaning up and inlrnl her own business Now, she haau t any cause for complaint at all, because Manrlco raises his hat to her in the elevator an 1 says Howdy? lu neighborly fashion Are you sure It wan "Oh, yes He looks it, Philippa spoke, with vague enthusiasm And Lafayette says that he Is the new one In the studio over ours.' "Well, yon had better send Lafayette a little printed slip lo post my lu his elevator Students may fling grand opera duets through the air abaft, but anj promiscuous greetings In elevator will be followed by eviction. I suppose tbe poor fellow was go amazed and delighted when he saw how completely I fulfilled bis Ideal of Leonora that he loet hla presence of mind Philippa could be as sweetly simply and contentedU vain as Narris BUS among the water Ulles Presence of rnlad Is never lost Elizabeth added a high light daintily to tbe left eye of an Italian fruit vend er on the canvas before her It Is mislaid. As long as he didn t lose his heart he needn t worry Phllippa langhftd and ran her Outers over the piano keys J think be Is worrying sbe said But there were no more duets tbrongh the air shaft If the otiuoaiit of studio 5, on the third floor, happened to be practicing her trills aud quaiera the occupant of studio 17 on the fourth floor eat by his open window and Jig tened and when a full rich tenor float cd down from studio 17 Pbf'fppa woulJ tiptoe to thg window nnd listen and be glad aud proud fu a wav be- cause somewhere in the golden tomor rows of hope success lay suugU mid surely tucked away for tbp tall brown eyed boy who oared to greet LCJUHI In the elevator He bad dared' only once LonR after hllzabeth deigned to bow u comradely good day to him I hlllpi a passed on her own way a Bllm urro- gant, blond young person In gray sel vet and squirrel furs Elizabeth i re served a graceful posture on tho tral fenre Warring factions wore n >t In her line but when eho was Rending out imitations for the monlblr nmej I picnic In Btudlo B she did not think It amiss to seud one up to studio 17 Philippa was passing club Band wlcbes when Bobble Oftrkion Intro-J dueed ber to tlio tall, brown eyed boy did cot drop the tray Slip merely most graciously and ticked if Mr Lltot liked club sandwiches made of ft celestial combination of r'llrkei chopped otmouds ollvw devficd ham and Ubatjco Banco It appeared that Mr Pilot AM In fact ho paced after tho of celestial BnndwIcbM all inwnri the In delilxsrnte, determine mnn overboard fsnhlon most dlnronccrtlnR to the Olnpenner until be flnaltv cor nered her In tbe Japfineflp nnd forcibly finished uji tho remnlulnn indwicbM tilciJwlf "And be nover even Mid B won! i About the duct.' ThillppR Uter when Abe Mt like a Hindoo idol In t pink kimono on the bed nnd perleirpd tbp pTpuJnff a gentleman tod find Bohbtp be'f right, old ft rut IT tod til thtt (wrt of ftnrt Mirhorj i Eliot. 110 has only been In New York conpte of month ft, tad be t Electric Lights and Other it very Modern Conveniences, Rooms and Beds "Ttlfrf'i ft KK LQKAtWW titDAM LONnBflUOH BLflKE ATTORNEYS 4T LAW General practice to Johnson CounW the Fourth Judicial District nnd before the U 8 Land Office and InUn itr De piirtropDt Sheridan, Wyoming Telephone 48 Who is the Most Popular Yonng Lady IN JOHNSONCOUNTY? Sheridan Post will give her a free trip to the Portland Fair The payment of 12 00, one year's subscription, entitles you to 200 votes for your favorite young; lady. Address 15he POST Sheridan Wyoming SUMMIT HOTEL. I, T. STOCK, Pnprlitor. tumt to the Czurga COUCH t with him tomorrow" 'See? Of course 1 see, quoth Eliza betb "One Fblilppn lutt-. founder of the Society For tbe IK of Lonesomentss to titraut' it- In York, piovldlng said btriu i. nn n tleineu and stbolura, fr oJ I families and tail uuu unJ it club sandwiches foi art Mki I su the end But I'hlHppa only smilwi n I Hi lent It had been a mowt im rtuiulni; aud IntcrcHting twenty mfuutis Hptnt in the JapHuese corutr U i s j aim of view on life In gtneral muj ulttr con stderablj even In tweutj ms It was two weeks after i t iarga coiRtirt Pbllippa cauie out uf UAL Metropolitan an Eliot swung up Broadway It hni bogun to snow at sundowu, and th n tin lull iu traffic thut toinuj n tin. way between din t m< and the hour when the curUiii HSLH felu was tucking a couple uf h tore' tlcketa luto her haul 1 whin he greeted hei "Ihej re tor aod i him buppll; t j Jain and crackers t) pua is in full blast jou know 1 u u j, there but I wonder wiieu u tutu nf I come dou t jou Ho did not answer Ii r d rprl'j Tbey had crossed to tbe s i nenut and were walhlii, iiniff lx Bide Bryant park to th< bi, he apokc to ber I am going home this l to nd Christmas ujtb tny mot. LI in Murj land, and before I go A vagrant wfnd swept d upon them and Philippa bent la lit nl suk wajs to aiold Its Btlng tjiit d 1 BO ber ejes met his tn out s, t tf inc nuttjriily flmse first threw upoU nxk sotujod viewed lu the light ot the Bltoativu a. thlug I must biue dreamed about, but neter could, have bfcn. Ami Htlll tlio LnjcllHtimun pendiited J f and runic douu from the rock find I M (IB u undurluK uluilPnnlj iintong the thp oakfl on tht opix-Hlte side of tht, ininuii liapinniriK to glance I saw the llutti r of n skirt uu tat tniil leading up to the rook I hJilf up the trull I lost mv uprvp aud decided to Rait and uisunlh as blie down I was tired any wav I sat u In tin sfm low of a great rock which projtcted from the lillNIde I lit mj aud wondered wbj minutes tlldn t piss more were frlonds by the dft Ine tastinot which tells unerrlnslr we an. going to like or hute I n as glad she had Jumped my clft'm for she was very pretty and her CMS wpro the klud that ncnd u thr II through your whole being and jmi wonder if you are going to Ihe through It. Thot was the first day j she Imd been there ages I put uij pipe away And Thtre she Rtood In UIP trail looking ut me with a gleam lit her which (.onfuaed me, fur I dldu t know what It meant. I had caught It from time It u as three days after by dldn t you wait for I asked as I climbed the rock nnJ tbrcv, down beside her bhe 01 rnetl her brown eyen wfde tn a wondeiful assumption of surprise did I know you were coining sbe asked I was amazed at tbe nerve of her As though I could have kept aw-n1 As to time all along the waj of tribulation 1 b id traveled for ot or a month Wh) dldn t you come up Mr Bloke she Inquired The view was Waa she mocking me 7 I started to something when from aboi e came a terrific ruar, aud up I saw Phillpim Btlnred In anoiLor lump of though tbe police fortes of U" Demurely twQ eontlnent8 coaid kept me "Ob, ilarbury doesn't sing at all I Tllla glri n-nut be dlw Beth she said "That w M" room mate Orahnmc Moore who sang the duet with me Marhurv Is an ftrtlst deuth Shi looked at me and I felt tny heart j ise For sake 'Fudge'" she said Chinese Advloc to Between A D and there Ihed in Chfnn five remnrkable Dflmpd nil of whom ssed consldenble talent and et pwlnJJy the two elder >ues TJ rf fused to mnrry find ri spJ es to llterjture flnnJli celved Into tin, palacv wlier? In due course they all died deaths with the exception of the fourth Miss hom ctiJirfjes of accept Uig bribes were triimpt 1 up the result belug that she f rood to ullk otbrr to strangle her elf The eldest slater wToti a book called UNcourses For OlrK based upon the famous of It Is In nn eanj style nf versification and Is generatU saltnl t> the conipre henslon of the jouug Whpn walking do not back. do not of wide >ou do not roc jour do not 5hftlfa jour I swiftly to the weather or tbe view bneTi I'd been coming ev erv dav for a month lou knew l usu alb Limp up about this time You then why dldn t you allow me to acvunpsujr you bhe rose I m not coming any more she Bnfd I HI rnug to oiy feet in fright Don't! I pleaded I you to stay I Pit kcjt her fnco averted tho igh I could see that her cheeks wire bot and Hushed Goodby sbe said, and waa gone The sun suddenly turned to ink a moment before had been a scene Rpreatllng nwaj below me 11 howling wllflernes" and I was ti EI j ted to Jump oIT the rock and butt nij mj htad agulnst tbe river bed a hugt stone loosened by some care- less elluiber no doubt, plunglug down slope Miss U Instou saw It com Ing and gave B stiflexl crj wbkb was smothered agalrmt nn bitnst, for I had 'raught be- frum thp trail flung her behind the letlgt Jamming her flercelv against the ground as the fly Ing monster roared ovyr our beads an I down the side, crashing trees and stones aa it went, till a sec- onds It struck tbe bottom of tbe abym with a loug thunderoim crash that echoed nud down tho river llkt a mighty explosion Then all was still I turnwl to the flgure In mj arms She occupj Ing exactK tbe same position ns -when I flung her behind, tbe ledge with her head In tbo hollow of my nnn An jou hurt? I asked aniloualy fahe shook btr bend ever so slightly and kept her face bldiUn my coat Mj beau began to beat with a tumult of hope L09k at mi'' I commanded Shi, htr fine, but her were mtrtcd She peerwl over my shoulder at tbe below ft eomlnjr back I slie Iwfrin and the uords stttitnl for mj noul (was Huddenlj llltunfnwl nJth (he sure- j tj of uij bkised foi-tuue and I j j feet Itlow I longed to he. a boy a pa In tttat I mltfbt go down and fight the I'rst lild I run across This was the second day r llpa Wlcn talk! Wl vn sittli Whin lit nn When plrnned do not la Whtn nrmry do not sho t Do not IK op Iho o l lo wall Do not Kllj> li lo the out court When j uu f p rone rvl Jr body n. man not
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