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   Buffalo Voice, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1905, Buffalo, Wyoming                               THE BUFFALO VOICE VOLUME XXIII. BUFFALO, JOHNSON COUNTY, WYOMING, SATURDAY, jUNE 14, NUMBLR Z. T. STOCKS, UNDERTAKER -----AND---- A full Line of Ouketa, Burial Robes and Undertaker's Supplies of all Kuulp. Elegant for both adults and children's funerals Every modern convenience for conducting funerale, including the New Lowering Device and tbe Church Truck. Enbilning Dou kj tbi Most Approud Method. BXPEBIENCED FCNEUAL DUtECTOK. NOETH MAIN ST., BOTFALO, WYO. CITY Market price paid for butchers stock and produce. TOZZ3iT SOUTH MAIN ST BUFFALO. WYO. JAS C DAHLMAN Pres. ED. CAHOW, Vice J W GBIBBIJ: Secy Treas WHY. LIVE STOCK SALESMEN, 8O. OMAHA, CHICAGO. OIRECTOKS JAKES C DAULMAN. ED. CAHOW I. M HUMPHEEY. ED. CABOW, Cuttle Salesman T3TO TiumaoN, Cattle Salesman JIM CLAEEY, Hog Salesman. GEO. HOUSMAN, Sheep SalesmaD SOUTH OMAHA. NEBRASKA. "U. C. GLASSWARE Plain, Fanoy and Cnt CROCKERY Carlsbad, Haviland, French and other fan- cy ware Plain and Ornamenta' FURNISHINGS All kinds of Ladies' and Children's Hos- iery and Trimmings NOTIONS Nouons, ioys, MO THE Til FflflHT LIVtfiK FfEO SftLE STIIBLE, Opposite Occidental Hotel. A. J. REAMER, Prop. BUFFALO i WYOMIN DEALER IN Fine Wines, liprs and Cigars. T. H. Opposite Occidental Hotel. Buffalo, Wyoming THE VOICE PRINTS THE NEWS. The Simple Life By CHARLES WAGNER From the French by Mary Louise llcndee Copyright 1001 by McClure Phillips t Co Continued frum lust we multitude of otbei nntortimnte things mlfitit lie1 added, of which not (lie icaft Is the- dptttirffecA of the public vol fare Ithfei iocfetjr find too gient needs It Absorbed wftli tine present eacrlflpefl to H itie conquests of UK past, to it the future Af r us the Qfttigf To raze tbc forostH in order to trjtd, to squander our pat rlnaony Ui iwuth ApsFrojlnj; iu a tlaj tbo fruit of long jears to jour house bj burning vom furniture In burden the future debts for the sake of present pleasure to pedlents and for the morrow trou ble Biikness ruin envy and the enumeration of nil the misdeeds of thin fatal regime lias no end On the other hand if hold to slm pie needs we mold all these evils nn I replace them by UK ism good That temperanct and Holuutr TIC tho best guardians of health Is an old uto ry spare him who tliom many o misery that naddens eilstenre They Insure him health of action mental poise W hetlier it be a QIIOS lion of food dress or duelling RimpMo Ity of taste Is also a source of inde- pendence and safetj fhe more stm ply you the inure secure Is, vnur fu ture You are less at the mercy of surprises and morses An illness or a period of Idleness does not suffice to dispossess vou a change of position even considerable does not put .you to confusion Having simple needs you find It less painful to accustom yourself to the hazards of fortune You remain a man you lose your office orf-your intoinf because the foundation ou which vour life rosta la not yonr table your cellar your borees yoar goods and chattels or your monev In adversltj you is-lll not act like a nursling deprived of Us bottle and rattle Stronger, better armed for I er nrti t ill life' Is -n iln p tn i ultU 11 nn nliRpn s i d s dci i 11 t f i itnl Tni h must tie (tt M (o tfi r llnnni) un tUit >ut nniljH uuder tlif lurities imp d i un It at iUj n ii I c to li j t 111 spill >t i tiling s fl tUfaction in ditiitK inui I j i uilitul mi enn him u ourse t n itttial res plrntion artlHclal allniei i itlnn nntl gal i LUlRTii So too niuunl uic wi i tiu J of U i n IPS ex cit c to ie K D It to re nulin Ht il Host li us meniiH lint tit ui lin ntol it be H il I th it expense Uns I on Rpnrcd f thiiiR IUIH 1 ecu tr il t possible Hid tin Ini, isslbl r gpulus to pfilnt mil t> unnse ur elf the fueiil tj of 1 D uappv n j It is i milled nt i t Phis fncul l Itsuoied t-Uc Ism artificial j IMtif. It Is t --itred by cftn fi on i i r ti ui in i iriml habits of tl l n 1 ll )ii I i o nt p of nn proposition ami me eisih o oiintered llea in tl P f t tint hen PI life la aim unl sttit true plea lire ucrompa nips it f npniue do s unco He this life hard hampered, devoid of ill or 1 ruir consld (ontliti ns of pleasure, Lmd. of your enemy you will also be I 'u'" "lor yon will not rouse his jeulouev bis base 01 his censuu by luxury jouir prodigality or the spei. tacle of a sycophnnt s life aud leab absorbed In your own comfort AOU will find the raetinB of working for tbjt of others rn MI glUn F PIEAStRTS DO you find life amusinj. lu For 015 pun un (be whole. It seems rath pressing and I fuir tl i u r opinion Is not altogether person il u I observe the IMes of un contempt- ruries and listen to their talk I find myself unhappily confirmed In t) o opinion tbat rlicy do not g' t mu( h pleasure out of things leituinh It Is nat from Intk of trying But it must be acknowledged Unit their bu cess IB meager here HII tin fault be' Some act use politt s or business others nodal problen i or mllltar am e onlr an embarrassment of choice when start to urstrlng the cbaplet of our carking cares SHI nose we eet out In pursuit of p ensure There is too much pepper In our sou to make It palatable Our anna nit. fllled with a multitude of embarrass ments any one of which would IK enough to spoil our temper I rom morulnx till night we the people we meet are hurried wor rled, preoccupied Some spilt their good blood in the miserable  f study and tlip of tlmr Ing careers spoil Ufa for vounj, men Tbe working claries suffer tlip consc quencen of a ceaseless Btrugklc It becoming disagreeable to govern cause fluthnrlty In dlmiulslilnR to teach becmtae respect In vnnlshlnp Wbererer one turns there Is matter for discontent And yet history nhowa ua cprtii n epochs of upheavnl wlilrh were as lacking In Idyllic tmnqullllty as is otir own but which trip gravest pvcnU did not prevent from being paj It rren eeenia n If the aprlouflnesfl of nf fain, the nucertalnty of the morrow the violence of social convulsions becflnif n new pourro of vitality It IB not a nre tblnR to bonr loMlero slnglnji hrtwrpn two bnttlos I tntnk mywlf nowiw nMtaf.cn taytog that hurruin Joy hdi tti ftoett trlomphii under the of Hut to ppiro fully on the eA of bittle or to emit the ftUke men hud then the Dltu of an InJeraal harmony whlfh wt lacV Joy not In things It to ut, and I bold to the belief that tbP of onr prtwnl unrr-st, of UtU contngloni discontent Bprwdlng eTerjTfherft, In tin least RB rnucii U la extMlor condition! To flte np bwrtlly to diver one must MmuMf on solid bull in and find It within bin) And here our weak Bo many of alaa, the jounfcr mm with tlfe, and I do not of phUotorvberf only Hofr do you think a man tl (ic It bpilnpij i u betwpen the flapf of the pavement on nn nrid waJJ lin the flssurt of a rod isk our I it t uns anil when e but it j in no rfl irml} nt ran itoru s In 11 Is 11 hh fprtillrpd roil cult 11 It U T Ipn mst to RPe It J In ur h ID 1 Ask actors ludleiup Is happiest nt tiie I ly Tbt u 11 tpll ion tiie pop ular uue Jho retison Is not 1 urd to J gnnp To thest pi pie tlie play is an exception TliM nit njt tiorpd by it from overindulRt n e And, too to tlipm it Is a rt-AL fn.m ILL, t i The pleasure thtv tu li i npstiy enrncfl HII i tr -r as thej Uuow time f li s n 11 I M tht sneut of d 1 )r tin Iiuie nm fn n t t) no iniiik iLi tl n thtj d) n i t 11 1 I i then) It in ill i I I i fill pkabUit uniill 1 Mlu I t tin sated nKijtH 11 t It- L! 115 hi that 1 i t li-dnufnl Jin e ilie hi li j, Puur fcl jll rreat r t u it an 1 g And if" tl llio f i I rs IP bo is nn n n nl i r lit 11 in njkm in ai ol li f PX: tiii i i in ti f flnp and silutin Uiui f in I hour of frank j It i-nn 1 nlnippuv i u j ppTrliu t Mil in tl i irjil district Rfi tut i opl" >C rilfs n I tli of tlit i milt i t i tin n I piking viitli tht e >o 1 t i n" I i n ind an pd bj ul oli I tl e p 1111 in f r f I eamlllnc and 1 I litpmtn-p i conti it u I tti 1 tilt pruned I in Kf o. li u Into (oinmuii i s i i 1 in it r r pl( ii'um nn 1 I IK I r i t i! tiie 1 i i t -f f f rn-t j i -I n turn finds Hi till ntnpnrt i f ti f thi I pond Ul sMlP u l If III in I ml" so n f 1 I U( o ie' in (f t i r 1 t I t. >t i J l t I t R i, TI i i i in n i n s ilk Uit folk il 11 i th d in re I Jiitlvi net in emir h u t t i t pnunt Ihpi, hkp tin r ir HIP 1 i kxniiUi forges fl" H i i1- l( tuinhli f c r tlit M i U4 li tt c meadow It H nt It t. it vour 1 eirt In nf If nre re ilv t n Unto KIT dilidrci Tint Urn i nut In Jo u n g-ulnf I i i f foni niM hirtrona tj t nnl ni tliP rlli f n mn i f t1 f( nl i lot of dei-fM I tin BOHLI of urn'- I In th plnco nf I r k M f t ntli ml baru li r I for tl. dlon tn r I 17" 1 ittl in 1 Rl tlieni n IT if nf -f I drink" II pi veil I nrnlr n- nbalnth in t P f tl mi, rclttor not tl nl n! nn 1 i JIT brlnr" In tuxplP (rn nof Ifrt ft a frUoiiiT ufiniMi nn n -wily f RCP In thlt drll catc dfimnln like WD1 bnnm In o pftr den No one to Ooul t UJP 1m. rncnw atucbed to Jiy It 4 fliroe tint be and tbal Thrown a ablenUia over life He who takes to foa ter It RicoutpMshea a work u profit able for humanity us he who bridges pierces tunnela or the Rround ho to order on? lift ai to amid toiln aud luffetlng tht of liapplneiB and be to propapate It (n a sort of isluttry vou tagloii uiuoniE ont'f fellow men la to do a work of fraternity In the uoblMt sense fv e u trifling smooth au anxious brow bring a llttla light Into dark pntbs-what a truly dhlne ulDie In the mldet of thta poor huimmlU But It Is only In great Hlm- plli It j of heart Hint one succeeds In tilling It tt p are not Hlmple enough to bap py and to ruider utbere t Inrk the of heart and the Mlf forRetfulness e spread JOT ai we do consolation by auch as to obtain negative results To console a person uhat do we do? We aet to u orL to dispute bis suffering, perauada him that ho In mistaken hi thinking uuhuppv In reality our Ian Kuape translated Into truthful speech amount to thli Buffer mr friend? That is strange Vou muit bt mistaken for 1 feel nothing the only liunmn meanii Boothhag grief is to share It fn fhe heart bow mutt B surToet feel consoled In this faablonT To dh ert our neighbor, make him poss nn agrwabJe hour we set out Ju the sime We Invite him to ad tnlre our versatility to laugh it our TV It to frwjucnt our house, to alt nt our table Through It all our desire to fhino breaks forth Sometimes, alio 1th a patrou a prodigality we offer him the beneflcenee of a public enter taLnmcnt of our own choosing. ?e 11 sk him to find amuaement at our homo nn we do to make up a party at cards, with the arriere- pensee of exploiting him to our own profit Do you think ft the height of pleasure for others to admire us to ad mlt our superiority and to act onr toots? ts there anything In the world so disgusting as to feel oneself patron hied made capital of enrolled In ft claque' To {jive pleasure to and take it ourselves we have to by removing the ego tthlch Is hateful, sod then Lopp it In M long u the diversions last Tbete la DO ivorw kill Jo-, than the ego We most be good children sweet and Hod, button our coats our medall And tltlM and with onr whole bent put our- selves at the disposal of otben Let us sometimes It only for an hour and though we mart lay ait e'se make othen vnfb, Tbu sacrifice IB only In ftppMuraoce. No  n t bat serif us people no iipfd pleasure and that to offer It t (lieu nouJd be unseemly while t tie aTllrted thcrp would be a lack if ilplli RTJ- in bnaklng tbe thread of their tnd mwlltationi It there fore to be understood tbnt certain per ronn nrp condemned to alwaya ae- rloiw ihnt we shotUd approach them In a RprlouB (rumo of mlod and to thpin only of serious thlugi Bo too vhPti visit the sick or unfortutuiU, should Irene onr rtmllw at thP door our fact tind manner to dole fulm-ifl nnd tnlk of eaytblng heart rmlinp Thui. arry (Urkntw to th in dnrkiiPRD nhado to tboie in st ndp inn-pimp liolaUon of snlUnry IKpfl and the inoootony of the dull nnd pnd e nail up lome exist M (f-n It In dtingeonn aDd dip cron-i round their prittnn Iroimo ipeak low In npprnn niiiff U thoufli it were a work of In ftrnnl which ii thus tccom pint P! pipfi Iny In the world o ir) T not In i mi ftiiil np-i or women M nn 1 In hard or In jmlufnl fit r of lec-kinR onl hiioitn nrft ohiMM hlndlcfi np rrmnnlrr that Ilipy llkp rmi tbnt they hivf tl "t thrrp itf tbty p ind diversion Ton wilt not turn thpm aalile from bv thprn langb tl who are >o nttny tMrs and On the contrary you will (firp tlif-m to go on with their work And when whom you know are In trial do Dot draw oor 4 PAINT! PAINT! Do jfflji know that you can increase the value of your home by PAINTING and at the same time make Buf- falo a pretty place? We can help you in this with our LARGE STOCK OF PAINTS, BETTER CALL AND BET FIGURES ON YOUR JOB. OCCIDENTAL HOTEL O. N. QUICK CO. Props Neatly Re-Furnished, Papered and Carpeted Throughout, H 8 Courteous Treatment and Strictly First-Class I Service, I Trade of the Local and Traveling 'Public Solicited, MAHAFFEY MITCHELL, Furniture, Novelty Goods, Etc, PHONE 18, DR.W. E. HUFFMAN, DENTIST. OO I c 11 r n i rs t f one nmtp F M n 't Ftn ulilcr w (Office HI Ilu d ng (11 pfL M auh BLfrFALO I n a ll I ly li. A r gI c i U i MBFIiETUBHE [JOJJPJJJ Manufaturers of and Dealers in HI6H GRADE FLOUR, MILL FEED AND BRAN. ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT F O S HESSE, lonnwtlon I In H I ROTH VI H I A 1 M.GE1T Mtotftr   

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