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Buffalo Voice, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1905, Buffalo, Wyoming THE BUFFALO VOICE. VOLUME XXIII. BUFFALO, JOHNSON COUNTY, WYOMING, SATURDAY, jUNK 10 NUMBER 7 T THE NEW YORK STORE, i KEEPS THE PRICES DOWN. HAS A FULL LINE OF Dry Goods, Boots and BEDDING TURPS AND The Simple Life By CHARLES WAGNER TrtnsUted From French by Ntry Copyright. 1001, by McClure t- Co. TEEPEES. SEE US AND SAVE MONEY. JONES STOCKS, UNDERTAKERS AND SKILLED EMBALMRS. A full Line of Gaskets, Burul Robes and UfJaertaker 8 Supplies of ill Kinds Elegant Hearses for both adults and children's funerals Every modern convenience for conducting fuuerals, intluding the iScn Lowering DCMCO and the Church 1 ru( k. Embalming Done by 1be Most Approted Method, EXPERIENCED FLYEKAL DIliEOTOK. NOBTH MAIN ST liCTTALO, YO. MARKET Market price paid for butchers stock and produce. SOUTH MAIN 8T BCFFALC. WYO. JAI C LIVE STOCK SALESMEN. SO. OMA11A, CHICAGO, DIRECTOKS' JAMR9C. DAHI.MAN. Et> CAHOW. t M Eo. CAHOW, CfttUe TUBO TrLUWfloH, Amu CitUe JIM Ci-ARltr, GBO. SOUTH OMAHA. NEBRASKA. The following letder from Roberi U of Salem Mo, id fnniucmp j been troubled with ki detedse for Ihe last I and never and dou J wiih leading physicians and tried all remediec fujtgested wjihout r liff tmally I tried Polpj s Ktduev C. Jie and loss Lban two bottles conoplett y cured aod I am oow sound and well lor sale by Buffalo Pharmacy FIRST-CLASS. A share of the local anil iue public solicited Well furnished roonib and alt modem conveoieaces Itate? i easonable Z, T. STOCKS, Prop, Folev's Honey aud lar contains DO opiates and can safely be gheu to chil dren Foi sale by Buffalo THE ....CAPITOL...... Liquor, wines and The Best of Everything. 11 tlnufd In n lu i wetk, dutj fu tin nh (rut ur f not ot r ilit uumtruiR 11 luslons of oiu foufithei-H for duty, lu tiulli suppose i hi nn and the ques- tion of lincity leads u-. Into metaphys UK How eim we mil; of liberty M 1 mg ns graie pr l Iim of free will is uot solml' lit illr there la no objection to Dun id If life were a theon inrt MO wt UHC to work out a complete nystfui f tin unherae It would he to loncvrn ourselves with dui> uiiUl ha (Urlfled the mbjeit of luilned Its con ditlonH ita ffnnu But is it 11 In this qnes tlou of i T in us In tho others life his 1 hypothesis nnd there Is no ro 10 btltoe thnt she ikWs It 11 i Tills liberty I ndnijt lilt t ei> thing we are IK iniimUJ f r tiiflt ih-i dun due question la none the basis of oil the Judgments we upon ourselves and oni filljw men i tiolil earn other to a lortain exumt t -i aa tlti7eu latlid BOH vftcr that you Hh ill ittujn lo the ns From the simple fait tlint ure men be- fore nil theorbJurf pobllivc or uegativo, obout dun w hme tin port-tupt >ry to nil l I LP men riien N u uiv >i" l i Hut hi 1 t 1 uows tin it ur i f the huuMii l it who ui- n tl iffet t >r -.n l rtph It ui it n i tJjat 3t tl U It fin not Wop tl 11 juostioiiv fiut i at i- nj. The (f i pretexts lor fMi) nj. dntv t jii il t) the huiu uf the 1111! of the i itr ibc stir-' of he n e UiLc n UILII 1 thin 1 that IB obs nn
ur Rirap of wreckage saves ni on the tumbling waves of life when f i vtlitiiK shattered to frig 11 nit K us uot forget that a single1 1 1 of tl poor bits may become our uf suftty To despise tbe rtm- mints Is Ueniorallzatlon tire a ruined man or you arc BtrlrVpn In a great bereavement, or, I ntrnln vou see the fruit of toltoome icfirs pcrhh before your eyes Too cannot rot tifM your fortune raise tbe fleid vour lost toll and In the face of the Inevitable drop Then >u neglect to eare for your -per- e >n to Veep your house to guide your dilldrtn All this Is pardonable, and li ju i t nn Icrstniid Rut It Is r nin To fold one's tins i 1 HiiUKti take their oouna IH t die evil Into worse MI think thnt you have nothing to n-ll! that very thought what you hove Gather up the f that reowio ta you aud keep them "li ik RELIABLE GOODS, RIGHT PRICES, We Emnfyiik'YN to Bet Your Repair List at Once. OCCIDENTAL HOTEL O. N. QUICK CO., Props. Neatly Rs-Aniithid, Paptred and Public Salicltud MAHAFFEY JUITCHttL. W IT VHOP NOTH.II. Owners of live-mock ure hereby nnlf fled that all citilo borsea or lire found running at Jarpr will bo prompt- IT Impounded tod the made Tor tbo redempl'on of ant mil or an 1 amis Doa't turn your GDI of the corn., to be taken up by tfap herd boy later, bat htve herd boy Gftll The ordinance relsUDff Hve ttock running largo trill be strictly enforced on and after tbli dale. Buffalo, Wyo Ma? 20, 1905 Ed T. CH; Mfttvtal or that c t nppfll n bn Ineii sled In fl lino- 1 nujuMi ono rnortl
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