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   Buffalo Voice, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1905, Buffalo, Wyoming                               THE BUFFALO VOICE. VOLUME XXIII. BUFFALO, JOHNSON COUNTY, WYOMING, SATURDAY, lyo Z. T. STOCKS, UNDERTAKER -AND- SKILLED EMBALMER. A full Line of (JaeketB, Burial Robes and Undertaker's Supplies of all Kinds Elegant Hearses for both adults and children'f funerals Every modern convenience for conducting funerals, including the New Lowering Devioo and the Church Truck. trabalralng Done by the Most Approved Method, EXPERIENCED FCNKKAL IHBECTOK. NOBTH MAIN ST., BUFFALO, 'VTO CITY IT IARKEI Market price paid for butchers stock and produce. SOUTH MAIN ST BUFFALO, WYO. JA9 C DAHUMAN Pres. 4 Mgr Fn CAHOW, Vice Pres J W GBIBBLE Secy Treaa LIVE STOCK SALESMEN, SO, OMAHA, C11ICAGO. DIKECTOKS JAMBS C DAHUIAV ED CABOW L M HCMPHBET Eu CAHOW Cattle SaleamaD 1 HEO Tn LOTION' Aaat Cattle Salesman JIM CLAREY, Hog Salesman. GEO HOLSMAN, Sheep Salesman SOUTH OMAHA. NEBRASKA Kirs. "K. C. ietvseu OBALEE IN GLASSWARE Plain, Fancy and Cnt CROCKERY Carlebad, Haviland, French and other fan cy waro POTTERY Flam and Ornaments All kinds of Uidies' aad Chilaron's Hos- iery and Tnmmings NOTIONS Nntiona Toys, Uc IS THE TIN FfiflNI IM FEED SftLE SUBLE, Opposite Occidental Hotel. A. J. REAMER, Prop. BUFFALO WVOMINO DEALER IN fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars- T. H. Prop. Opposite Occidental Hotel. Buffalo, THE VOICE PRINTS THE NEWS, The Simple Life By CHARLES WAGNER TrtnsltUd From French hy PUry Copyright 1001 by McClun. PbUllp. Co. Cootlnued from Inlv 8 In the undermining of home life The iDftHBPS huve tlmwl tbelr puce by that of people of fashion They too UH luiiv or two cauls the t different thiug? In hromlonpt does not in rm ineanw iciy utci money it nt nil There are of dolBR it n liich ennoble that cue is well Ided with It the love of mimptuoas living tnkei pOMPflnlou Of tbrme Those means are the matter becomes strangely altered. Vnd a very strlk Ing characteristic, of our time In tbe rnge for scotterlup ttnuidi ant whlcl the verv people have oupht to husband their reaounts Is o benefit to societv that we grant wilMnpJr I et us fvfii Mow tbnt the prodigality of certain rl h men Is Bflfptr for thp es of tbe HU pernbnndant We shall not attempt to gainsay It Our contention la that too manv people meddlo nith the safety valve when to practice pronotny is the part of tbelr interest and their dutv Their fs a private misfortune- aBd_a_puhiit danger So much for utility of luxury We BOVF wish to pxpinln ourselves upon the question of oh verv modestly and without trespass lag on the ground of the specialists Through a too common illusion slm pliclty and are considered ns have become worldlj Nothing can be i men and others which degmde them more so than to quit one s own hearth i to for the life of saloons The squalor and misery of the bomeft are not enough to explain the ciinent nbirb carries each man awav from own does tbe peasant desert for the inn the bouse that his grandfather found HO coujfrtrtatjli It IIUB remain od tbe same Ibert in tht same flrc lu the same comes It that It 11 slits onlv an Incomplete elide when in olden times voting und oM sat shoulder to shoulder? Something has changed in tbe mlndfl of men lleldlng to dangerous impulses the> biiic bro ken with simplicity The have quitted tbelr post of boiioi tho grow dull bRflide the HC Htan hearth and the children quarrel while wafting their turn to go abroad each after own fancy We must learn attain to live the home life to our domestic tradl tlons V pious care preserved (or tnln monuments of the un flqne drefs provlncln 1 dialfctfl old folk songs 0 found appreciative hands to gathet them up before tier should disappear from the earth hat a good deed, to guard these crumbs of a great past these vestiges of the Bouls of our anceitors I pt us do the lame for our family traditions save and as much aa possible of tbe patriarchal whatever Its form But not one has traditions to keep all the more reason for redou ig the effort to constitute and foster a famllv life to do this there la need neither of numbers nor a rich establishment To create a home you must the spirit of home Jnsfc as the smallest village um have Its bin tory itn moral stamp so the smallest borne may have its soul Oh the splr tt of places the atmosphere which ear rounds us In human dwellings What a world of mystery' Here evrn on tha threshold tbe cold begins to penetrate yon are 111 at ease something Intentf ble you There no sooner does the door flhut you lu than friendliness j and good humor envelop yon It Is j tald that walls eon Ihey have also a mute eloquence Fvery riiat a dwelling contains In bath ed In au ether of personality And I Jnd proof of itb quality lu the apartn ents of butbelors and sol tary women IK hat an abvss between one room and uuotfier room Here all Is Indifferent commonplace the de- vice of the owner is written all over t even in bis fashion of arranging bis photographs and books Ail Is the same to me There one breathes in ani matlon a contagious joy in life Tbe Isitor bears repeated In countless fashions you are guest of an bour I wish yon well Peace be with you Words can do little Justice to the subject of home tell little about the effect of a favorite flower In the win dow 01 Uie charm of an old armchaJr where the used to alt, offering his w rmklod hands to the kiases of thubbj children Poor mod ems always moving or remodeling1 who from transforming our cities our bouses our customs and creeds have no longer where to lav our heads let us not add to the put bos and empU ness of our rhnngi fill existence by BbandonlnR the life t r the home Let us light again the flame ut out on our hearths make nan ruarlci for our selves 'Ranu Deals where the children may jrron Into nun nhere lovo roty find prhapy old nge repose prayer an oltar and Uie fatherland a cult CHAPTFH BIMPLF BEAUTY SOW k one ma protest against tlie nature of tbe simple life in the narup of aesthetics or op pme to the theory of service of luxury that providence of business fostetinc mother of trace of clvltfied nocfetv tte shall try briefly to antl  vre ban nnj thing In common with that wbirh upon ibom thrnufrJi Clip' or nnrrow minded people through nimtrrlty To tho tbe ftlniple life IP the ODS that eWfl Iwmt to the latter It t flat nnd colorIww existence n IIOM) merit MM in depriving onewlf of or hrlRht noilllns It os not a whit that peo- ple of lirgp xhouJd put thrtr fortune into clrrulntion InaiMid of I  st always tbe most becorn Hiwl howesei that may be It la the ow that pleases vou most Worn en of leisure too often forget this working women also lu city and coun trv alike Since these lust are cos turn (Hi dressmakers and milliners In very diubtful Iraltaaou of the rood lah world Kraee hiis ulmost disappear cd from their draw And has anything more surel} the gift to please than the fresh apparition of a young working fir) or a duujrhter of tbe fields rearing the costume of her country and beau tlful from her simplicity alone? These Fame reflections might be ap- plied to tbe fashion of decorating and arranging our houses If there are tol lets which reveal an entire conception of life that are poems knots of ribbon that are veritable works of art theie an Interiors which after their manuci speak to the mind, un der pretext of decorating our homes do wo destroy that personal character which has such value? Why hair our sleeping rooms eoutonn to those of hotels our reception rooms to rooms by making predomt nant n uniform of official beauty? What a pity to (to through the of a city the cities at a country the countries of a vast continent, and encounter everywhere certain fonni identical inevitable, exasperating by their repetition How aesthetics would gain by more simplicity' Inttead of this luxury In Job lota all these deco- rations pretentious but vapid from Iteration we have an Infinite variety happy Improvisations would strike onr eves the unexpected In a thousand forms w ould rejoice our hearts nud should rediscover tlie secret of impressing on a drapery or A piexe of furniture that stamp of hu man personality which makes certnln anti juw prloelettfl us pass at last to things simpler I mean the little details of house- keeping vhlch many young people of our day find BO unpoetlcal Their con tempt for material things for tbe bum ble cares a house demands arises from a confusion common but none the less unfortunate which comes from the belief that beauty and poetry are within BO in e things while others lack them that some occupations tinpulBbed and agrees ble socb aa culti- vating letters play tug tbe harp, and that, others are menial and disagree able Jlke blacking shoes sweeping md watching the pot boll hildlsh error! Neither barp nor broom has anything to do w ith it AD depends on tbe band lu whkb thev rest and the spirit that fc I ootrj is not In things 1C Is in us It muRt be Impressed on ob Jecta from without, as the sculptor im I presets his flrmm on the marble If our life an! our occupations remain; UK) >ftcii ithout ohnrm In spite of any outwflnl iirtJon tboy mav It la j betnune we not known how to put auTthliiR Into them Tbe height of art to n nice the inert the and to tame tbe garage 1 would have our young clrU nppfy themselves to the develop ment of the irulj feminine art of glr [UK o to LhlngH which have none Ihe triumph of wnmao u chirm In that work (Inly B woman Vnowi bow to put Int n home thnt Indefinable some- thing wh ilrtup has made tbe poet the tnp rejolcea and In (tin 1 flirv Kiy tfierp are no nuch nil fftlrlon or that Ibero aro fnli rn i 1 ingrr but they know not thri UK Tlif of fnlrlMi niinR I T pwtfl win found and ninnnp fimlahlp mortals who J with eiiTRT infad with numo the nick with j ut wiirhPfy Into R ribbon find hid Into A MPW It thtt tbe mlture of thp (I tic has inmnthlnx rf fining nlKHit It nnl thnt our tboujhtJi and nm In ihp end liDprcfnutfd with (hat which our But of trtx find thp tlnn of ihdr prorluctn PMtrtrtfd It It not glrta to nrrf asf h to comprehend or to fine thert> U t klnrt of minlflrring whlrh MM wnT thp hcfltity frnrr the banrtu of our iind Ifhoul U whjit (he ninut richly clpooriitwl hftiiw1' A aend (IwfllltK plarr V llh It thp btr fut tiftmr life nnrl brlghtnHm Among thp formi of tmnit forrnlnjt the will ind Increakftur AMI pfrbspfc ponf In more 10 Per Cent Reduction To Close Out All GRASS CATCHER FREE With All LAWN MOWERS OCCIDENTAL HOTEL O. N. QUICK CO Props '3 Neatly Re-Furnished, i Papered and Carpeted Throughout, SI E Courtsojs S and Strictly First-Class S SI S Service of the Local and Traveling! Public Solicited, A Car of the Famous Schlitz Beer receded JStime to time, Quality and prise second to none. MITCHELL BUTLER, i Furniture, Novelty Goods, Etc, Manufaturers of T id D( NIGH GRADE FLOUR, MILL FEED AND BRAN ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT F G J. In tnuir'< {Inn Ihr- II ill i I1M A 1 I i T t i   

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