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Buffalo Bulletin, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1905, Buffalo, Wyoming THF RUFF AT o A 1 IJLw LJLJi 1 jrUL-rfVy IS THB ONLY' REPUBLICAN PAPBR IN JOHNSON COUNTY. VOLUME 15. BUFFALO, JOHNSON COUNTY, WYOMING IIIIKSUAY. Jl LY I'.KIS MM CM! 11. j'The Mwsally Popular Brands
IUIS'K John laughed contentedly "Better that than encomiums Rose Carroll met her r H old pu pll none the less graciously because he was tall and strong and because the heavy, dark hair framing hH b indsorue face was touched ulth jrrnv In fi< t he was so Interesting that she tnet him with fln armor of protective redinMu f beneath ber She n used to easy victories her ndinlr ers, but not anxious though nbt on the alert for her own There was time enough for thnt John began well df'prontlal he was not adoring while entin i np preclatlve he was not nt in enjoyment of her society wlilrii be accepted with a sort of seemincly trim slent spirit of camaraderie thnt piqnod b.er a little Several times during the evening he drifted carelessly mar her and watched with amu'-piuont breakneck endeavor to nnke ROM use of hffl dme to Impress hi" rntlirrl rou ponderous personality upon the girl Dunham aaht'd permission to mil next fay Iffi-dld call ond was enter talnhig He let hlnwlf pn allowing] his real self, ajieaklnji of his youthful JJeXt morning at h. uuikcd up to the station Just arouui the toruer on tlic platform he saw Htnv Carroll am U Ing at Hayue, wbo urrled ber auit case and-a great bun b uf pink caraatlouB Before they him ho stepped back Into the uniting room bougbt a ticket to the tiext luun north and kept out of sight until tin train came in He gvxuug on Un rear niut form, trlvwt hunt lu Bis momentof favor.put the lad) imu u sent and bestowed her luggagv hur As the train ptillud pot I'tmliuj) Jouk ed from bla uluduw in tbt -n und beheld the Idiotically adorn f iCo of Majne who was waving bN rntpwH) When he had smoked a i mg him k cigar John Duuuum eauuu 11 j into the nest car About luiiidli of the alele he stopped sudthiiij at u quick osclatutttiOD "Why Mr Dunham 1" He looked down and saw Mtb np parent surprise, Hose Carnll Uluwb lag and smiling He rcruovni bin hat Irtit wade no effort to tukt the sfat which she had cleared for lilm beside ber Mlsa So this li jour train uleauuut1 dm Nu t It "Wun't joy alt asked B little timidly And he did and new on talklug so carelessly and ut so meaningly BO brightly and Httll BO that It seemed tu bi r but a moment or two before In looked from the window and stood ui Diau Ing a slender parcel from liis pocket he unwrapped a single. Ions slimmed pluk "1 must get off here hi otiln tp_get_ g, on back to an Important cose uuifyoui R si fotber I only got on tu tell jou Kpodby Didn't want to iuterf e witfi Mayne at the station 1 cau t compete v, Ith this floral gem and be laid the rose in her lap, but this Is to remind you that a nap dity I shall bring you that red roje He was gone, without touching her bund In farewell She sat gasping pleased astonished, half angry, but completely interested. She looked at u L ptuk rose Then she tossed the cu nations from the window and wondtmi how In the world John Dunham hud man aged to obtain her promise to nuwwei hla letters Thereafter Dunham wrote bet-not regularly, but when the fantj- seemed to seize 1, vigor mi Joy ful masculine letters, nomely free from all lovemaklng. she an sfl ered ond sometimes wbeii in, V.QS very busy be called her ut on tht long distance ptfoue In lieu of a let tet Meantime Majrap had scut bush els of flowers, had written uoudtrous ly sentimental epistles and heai ej many ponderous sighs. Twice he had gone to see his divinity, and on his Itrabrr 1 ASSOCIATIONS itatfs Land Oftlot Un Wyoming Jul} 10 Nuln Uie pruvislona of tho uci of 1 onki< JUDO J, 187W, entitled "An tui sale ol timber lands ft) thu Sun Cnlifornla. vjrogon Nevadu upd Ington leiniot} iis v Public fjina btntt'rt bv uil nf 4 IHV2, ifiinn Butrhf, ol Hu inuniv nf Juhnwui, Stuto of 1ms ibis tlnj tiled In thl" ottU sworn stutement No i Lhnse of the t nwj sftj nt f I tiou Nu 11, "i rownahip Ni -1 North Hiinyo Nw ftt wi.st ifiih 1' iwid w.ll ofrar proof tu bhuvT thni td bind bought is moto fnt i timber or etono than foi ll purposes n to jourself MaTUf Guess I can take cue of Jobnin But May UP p-enr the tide of hjs augtr surgod toward Rose Carroll "VMun I run il hp conld Rtnnd it no r be went i tt u umi to (lip phone closing fjie door of flu h inner olflce, nnd ciilletl up 8t Lou t> d and Miss Carrol! Afttr nn hour's dr Jaj he got ber and uent straight i tbo point- That yon Carroll Know wh Ullb Js' ng dnjr I want to nsk jou
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