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Buffalo Bulletin, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1905, Buffalo, Wyoming THE BUFFALO BULLETIN. THB IS THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN JOHNSON COUNTY. VOLUME 16. BUFFALO. JOHNSON COUNTY, WYOMING THURSDAY. JUNE 29 lilOS. NI'MBEB 41 I V I Tie Bnimlly Popular Brands of j; FlOBT AND "BUFFALO" are tor sale by the fBiaio MaiiuiaGMiBQ Go. Electric UQhts, Futures and Installation, Jones Stocks, UNDERTAKERS A N SKILLRD EMBALxMEIRS A full line of Caskets, Burial Robes and L' nderlslei Supplies of all kinds. I earses, for ttoth adults and children s funerah Every modern convenience for conducting funerals, in- cluding the new lowering device, and the church truck. Enoalming done by the most approved methods. Experienced Funeral Director. PHONE HO 70. BUFFALO. WO Malo limber Co. ERAffl SMITH, Manager, We shall carry a fall line of Lniber, Lime, Cement, Fencing Posts, And Evwjttog Found la an Dp-to-date Yard. Give Us a Gall and We win Save Money. ALVIN BENNETT ittomy-aMaw, BUFFALO. WYOWINQ. Complete of Government land cuaiUnlly kept on hnnd Limd title ffuarnntoed Tlfb responsible attornryi at D C who look utter miuurs beTore the CommiBolonor of lha Gen- eral Land Office D. BBBB. at Law. BUFFALO WYOMING f t LQKABAUGH R. vr. 9. OWBN. DENTIST. BUPPALO. WYOOMNQ. 4 R. Lorr. n B LOTT ud mmm and Surgeon s, wvo. DR. W. E. QOSSETT, BUFFALO, WYOMING. pffloe In Myers Hotpl promptly aaiwered at all bourf Patrons In the Country must re Transportation. CD. B. HUFFMAN. DENTIST, tylghtOalli Promptly Antwnvt. Orncn nt MTRRS HOTKU -VYOMIHO. LONflBflUOH BLflKE. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. General praciii'e In Johnson County, tho Judtris) before lhe U h TjandOfllto and lahitlur Do- partmint Shendaa, Wjotning Teleohone 49 Who is the Most Popular Young Lady IN JOHNSON COUNTY? >f Sheridan Post will givp her a free trip to the Portland Fair. The payment of 82.00, one year's subscription, entitles you to 200 votes for your favorite lady. Address 15he POST Sheridan Wyoming SUMMIT HOTEL. t. T. STOCK, Proprietor. Electric Lights and Other Modern Conveniences. Rooms and Beds Neat and Clean. Exquisite Service in the Dining Room. PHONE NO. 7O. BUFFALO. INDIAN SUMMER By KEITH GOUDON Copyright, HOB, br T. "Yet I soppose we ibe out I of aU tbut old aut wbo -would bure boon picked out aa likely to make PIU ly he went oft, now uu der tho aua do you account for "It's ooo cf tbe tiilugs tint cun onh be accounted for op the tbeorj thnt we are both beyond our, tha mock prate answer. Thou in n teasing touo she continue! My, but you're going to have a wmi) time' Tbere are about two lutle iiml tig Johns, Marys, ami Fruuks for you to ndmire. "This la your Uncle the fond parents will say. 'He ami I used to go to school together.' must be tin awful old men" what you're going through m, br Greer, Disciplinaria.n Roxanu'o dog wns an (II coii'Iftioncxl brute He was n surly bull imp tlint bad met hlft manter and delight ed in mafefuff it moot udcomfortnMe for UIOBC who Bought Hoxnnn'n com pany He was not often docile her, bnt she wiw no proud of hi> again I've been through it 1 rlhbou Gnd that rflp e" wlijh the word 'aunt' were blotted out to hls of the language." On and ou they walked, talking with nndlmlnlEued interest Ai In n-mark ed In reply to ber suggestion that It was time she turned toward home the more they talked, the more they bad to say Never had there been tbo H light eft sentiment between them, though they bad boon good friends now rirtum stances had dent Illynn to a distant land on a business enterpriHo He re called her as tbe best of a girl with no nonsense about her But The barbaric red of tbe parasol which presently unfurled wbea with a sort of aimless reluctance she had passed down tbe steps and out Into tbe September sunshine formed vivid background Cor the small, well set head and a face which WAS at once hu- morous and quizzical, as If the pageant of life bad raised In ber an eternal question and an accompanying smile, At tbe Q! a halt block tho trim figure In Its severe white pique seemed all girl. A closer approach, however, showed tn ttJ? wavy dark hair Isolated silver out- riders of time which come to lay tow the loveliest And, Indeed, only a few days before two placid matrons wbo had cast off their girlish Bllmnesa as a snake does Its skin and achieved In Its place so- lidity and double cblxm might have been heard discussing ber case "Strange that Elizabeth Ware doesn't observed one, an with eyea bent upon ber embroidery hoop she caused a strange floral piece to bloom upon a piece of white linen "She's getting on. Let me see She woe la the Deit class to me at Mmo Dore'a, and Harold will be fourteen neit Oc- tober" Harold was ber eldest child- one of those cantankerous pyga by which matrons keep tab on the age of their unmarried frfeads. "She must be nearly thirty-five If she's a day." the speaker concluded I tie, half ead pleasure to aer nffaln. If after a brief pause, In which she do- j only to fii fe standard by which o "Do vou think If I let a bated wltb herself what would be the I meaiure how far he had gono for it Is fnd -snaP at vou I'd better proper abode of green to use for maidenhair fern lug short" Her companion, engaged In a similar employment looked meditatively off over tbe smooth shaven lawn which there were whon she would not gone near him for the world One day he snarled at before Goddnrd Oreer, and that was tbe be glnnlnff of trouble Greer was a rof lege bred ntblete who feared nothing on partb except perhaps Roxana En raged, be seized tbe Juckloss prlEf win ner by tbo collar aud bore him to the hallway, w here be admlniBtered a strong onrujiiuat after which he turn ed the auiared animal loose don n the back stalra. Qoddard returned to tin be could not remember lu thehwrlor> arnmRlng his cuffs, but uthir exuberant days of his yoflth, when he I bad made In turn to mosi of the of their set, he bad Included her As be watched ber fuiin the coruer of his eye, loelug no whit of her mature grace, bo wondered lij what chaim she had been held Immune Up to the moment of their atcliiontal an usual He stopped abort aft he faced Roiana. wbo looked like an out raged empress MA truly flue she do clarod ecathhiKJy. "There Is your ring I never wish to see you again "What's up? I don't understand" "If you think you ran abuse my dojj meeting If be had thought of hpr at or an> animal and keep my regard all his mind bad only brushed her are 'n error It Is fortu Identity aloug with tbe grot p of old friends, all of whom It would tn- a gen nate I discovered your true character before It was too late." An amused twlnklo lighted Greer's "Her time is grow seemed to share ber own domestic placidity "Thirty four. I she announced ia a voice whose preoccupation sug- gested that she had been rummaging In that prehistoric past which contain- ed ueither husband nor babies "Thir- ty-four, I'm pretty sure Still, she cer- tainly doesn't look It, and she's always had plenty of In the absorbing interest of the flow- they were fashioning the subject was dropped, but tbe thought wave then started reached Elizabeth Ware herself later on It was B wonderful day, full of mei low, mature, Indescribable charm. "Summer grows Elizabeth th'iught to herself, "no longer dazzling 0od shriveling, bat flooding the world with tender light, veiling Its splendors to mists" strong, white, ungloved bands twirled the parasol thoughtfully while their owner drew in a deep breath. There was something In tbe day that stirred memories, brought bark half forgotten flirtatious, filled ber with a rttfrue, beautiful regret- the losa of something she bad never known Somewhere about a locust shrilled Its warning of the frosts to come only thus bj comparing ourseKea with to tflke care FOU? The tbe friends with whom we vyrp once abreast that we can gauge our progress or estimate oar failures. Yet now he had a curtoua sensation of having stumbled upon something been hunting trouble. Couie, don t us quarrel" 'I shall never quarrel with you asserted Roxana sternly an deprhiug him of some that he had the lack Pastime "Can't jou accept a hint of which bad made him restless and l ill at ease, and as tne conviction over spread bis mlud ID all Its amazing cer tainty bis manner grew abstracted. Then he became alert with a sudden With Bometbmg of bis old j man and Greer stood his ground. He tried to laugh, but uot very successfully "Come, Rorie, forgive me. Too know the old proverb- 'A dog, a wo tree. Tbe more Impetuosity he reasoned that litre was a matter that hftd been deferred Jong enough If bis Instinct told htm to mnch at that first meeting be was doubly sure they be beaten the bo' Roxnna's eyes biased as though she already felt the suggested cliastluc- ment "Oh, is that yoor theory 7 I decline to be the woman T And shi IB f'oltowing'month] him to meditate on the ingratitude He seemed now to hlmsett to have re- of They had quarreled turned home for the express purpose l bnt never appeared of seeing Elisabeth Her society was to finality. Wbeo Greer called like long drafts of cool water from Roxana was not at home Ho some boyhood's well He hadn't thought much about the water at tbe wrote, oud bla letter was returned un opened. Abaat a week later Borano, time One never docs He bad sup- shopping and din- posed that ail water was cool, clear and In8 her Wend. Mrs Vlnlng. de- refresblna He knew better now cMed cot to VluJnK-s de- refreshing There was but one Buch one Ellaabetb i "It isn t decent for a woman of yotir Age to be was bis scorn ful way of beginning the attack "Oh, I dou't knowl" was that lady's easy rejolndor spinsters havo our uses Think how we nerve to point j morels Why, I've no doubt that I my j have been the object lesson that return, though he bad promised to escort her home. "I'll Jump on a car I am uot she declared But. dear, It's nearly 10 PhlJ can't be long urged her hostess. But Hoinna obdnrate "No, I sbnM be all right" There seemed to be a delay on the toe, for she had stood at tbe corner Miss Ware's eyes grew dreamy, pen Ulttu 8weet young some minutes Then a man Joined her sive with that questioning of the fu from nm icy I can Just ImaR-1 Wttmut looking she It was Got! tare which will disturb the mtud of tho me B Bajing -You'd better not dflrd (ireer she was incensed Hod unmated woman nnOl the last fence Is (00 or' j-0u 11 be an old, be followed ber? Would he have the reached, I to ride on the name car? Had she perchance made a mistake! ne grinned into the dark, debonair, Afl tbe light shot Into sight she She tboi gbt of her school friends wrap-' face for a Ulompnt and then scowled to wnit for another car rather ped In no portentously i tlinn hls onwplrome proximity longor seemed contemporaries They ,.You.ve had your OWT1 Wfl7 too Itm8, Greer Inqolrinffly st her, but need Ifl the sob- soetDK tlmt BQe mude D0 movc Ilke" (ruldance, and, wifie hl" position on the curb- j lug tapped her foot linpa It was absurd ,.You.ve had your OWT1 had secured their matrimonial prizes- I g )fldj, you yes, and oat down by tbe roadside of duing effect Of maBculIn llft. with no deslru to fare further! So far as she knew all were mildly happy But beaWe them felt rldic- 1 olously young and Joyous A smile toucbed her as she reflected that1 It was with Harold, the fourteeo-year old, that she preferred to walk and talk, rather than with Harold's plump and settled mamma. i Then shB reviewed the thirty five yean that stretched behind her flam M t 8boold Hke t .Uoiueutber, you let mo go away j U Wflfl ab5Qrd Wh> bod not token bis car? Wneo neit cnr be wpnt on (n HQ agKrleved (hflt she WHH 8twut to topt courflp dld lf you hftd bwn gort of u bsrp t bt even ghe i-iuched outright. h to ,lwld ,n ,ove as one of them make a Iioxana balled the mntnrman, tuvimted tbo step sud took hr-r seat Fiom brnraih ber loweml IMsfihesaff Oret-r sentinel on the plat forD1 Tbp car WIUI eiur'T. w'th the thAt TOB exception of n negrn Itoxnna bad Hflfu Wouldn.t ,oycd u trailed acveral block, the coii- ductor cnme to collect her fnre began to run Then the dread .became a certainty The otbur one would sooa overtake ber Wbiit If that negro seen her gold pumi'? Across the au-uue nhp tour on alley. Khc bad Imtrd that Uilcven oftoii evad- ed arrest by UlHiippearing in lUe durk- of If nue cut Uiiuugb uiiKht not too, ftmipe? half hjntcrU'fll. mudc a wudilen rush acroiH A trolloj grazed her fthovildcr, mutoriuim crud ai bo the Terrltlwl bad all but rciichttl tliu desired Hlielter wTitm a strong hand grasped her HUd- d remark ed a plij Hl fluid bo mo mnd who to pay the money tlina, KuowliiK wan likelihood of doing so iff lie in a known I replied In a M. II.IH r of t liircm G D Ju'lf F U nl H Urot.ka, t'bej- f I-1 nitnort' Wm C SlHH Mtn In tlie clinnpo pockot would And a nickel Bui tho pocket writ bare as 'alo'mi i Hubbard'B ouplxmrtl Tbe rMtJt I ductor rfiurnc-d Hoiann wan frlght- prtrd It nan late, KIM! Rhc bad qulto a trip bpfore faor ronimrnctxl nprvoiiolj" "Allow Orwr handM thp to the official, wbo looked quostloilngly at Iloinnn 'No' III off! PlMW ntopr' Khe dpcldM promptly Sit for rt wJJJ wver 'Ik't jou a dollar pay tbe fl "Much to my when I re- turnwl to my odlce niy wife said this mnn hjid called tn Bottle htfl account tfp hnd (TJicn chock for lio received tn In th? he in, nnd I (rlfltllr I'i'd lilm mj1 loit and though! 1 wni a srtinrt ninn Tudnj- chock w on turned bj my bnnk marLed no Ito-wi I pto) Orsnt C hcfi tin hulu I 1'isi Hnfl.'n fi r, t Ian me rr rintrmlenl KI wrn, to tbroujrb )r Thra ft I npoti HPT, and ratbpr Ix-fore proccwlnl !o explain that her llfp partner turrled unaccountably Blynn pjrd her food of HUtractkm to yoarMlf.' UojrbM-lbat Is, If ows may Jodpf from appnrtOTM." 'You are tnarrlM, of aftw had htm me mljzbt hla with blltbt nrttr. Many ago tl CbsMot xfaitM Boston utd an apokurotlc cWwn, "you will flnd rrookrd turn aw) twin In er from Crocr Rbr btd dlnmlKoM him Tie bad no rlRlit to Intnidp In any w-ny Herolc-nllr Raranfl ten the wftllod nortli Rhr hnd Nx-n alonw on the ao and llnosi of btockn, Rho win really alannpd Rho dM not tour thf pMMtri aa much thow whi orrrtook thp ftontrd of oonjnrinir op all aorta of borroTK As abf- harrtod up tbe ___ dfivprttd tboroairbfarft It to BWton pnnminR quick- rnM Wbpn nhp th< ofbrr did tbp 1! OvanlbK DOT fmor valDfd, In an omnibus i portion of ihp cltj Tbe inrirulsrlty of tbo utrwH in n ran tins It In a rommon an? Inn that fronton In Id out br and I win wMl It Tbo lahjrlnth of npTcr (vjusled IL I do nut dlMjrrpfr- outrarr, the la atrangcr It la a per Harqula of of f ooblftman. It abow Ha Rpr of Oovrmor notlltui art tton it to the- li-g erf IlnmpVitrw from nirftl dlRtrlrlJi ID rmrthcrn wcHun of thfi ittntr tn tbo eroor far !hp flml nr- wbftt nnfnmlllnr with d) hU flwfJcorj hljrh Tho (rorfrnor Infftrmfd 1hf mtn rural tb j WM bnt one "Mrwl FTiRti "be who hftd pvorj-thlnir from "Well tbr rvmntry '111 rrMIt for niftktnit of Iho of up tn my (own tbM M to Dotliinff 6n two J.'l.n- n i int... yi.Php-r simih n. T J ..-i.in nr tl I rk s H I it-i-n-f 1 J i orn< i T icnrunif. n A r-htirrt M W-or N f (uinj; AtTln QtfiTitr t Hn'i
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