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Buffalo Voice, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1905, Buffalo, Wyoming THE BUFFALO BULLE THE BULIxBTlN IS THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN JOHNSON COUNTY. VOLUME 15. BUFFALO. JOHNSON COUNTY, WYOMING THURSDAY. AIW6T 9, ID05. MUHi The Universally Popular Brands of Flour 99 "ACME" AND "BUFFALO are for sale by tbe Mdiiiiwiiriiio GO. Electric Lights, Fixtures and installation. Jones Stocks, UNDRRXAKERB RMBALiMRRS A full line of Caskets, Burial Robes and dutcker Supplies of all kinds. Elegant Hearses, for both adults and children s funeralc modern convenience for conducting funerals, in- cluding the new lowering device, and rhe church truck. JJnbalming done by the most approved methods. B-xperienceci Funeral Director. PHONE NO 70 BUFFALO. YfJ Buffalo Lumber Co. FRAE SMITH, Manager, We shall carry a full line of Lumber, Lime, Gaunt, Fencing Posts, ind JitrytMni Foafld In u Up-to-date Tard. Give Us a Gall and We will Save Money. ALVIN BENNETT Attorney-at-Laf, BUFFALO, i WYOMING. Complete plats nf Government land i onsuntli kept on hand Land Rcrlpl for rfftlo, title Associated with respmBihlo at Wash T5 C who Imik after mattere botirothe CommiBbionor ot the Gen ernl Office LOMHUUBH BHfflDJUf CHAt C gUUf D. BEBB. flttorney at Law, HLFKAIO WYOMING w o OWEN. DENTIST. BUFFALO. J H LOTT O B MELDRUM DRS. LOTT and IELDRUH. iiysician; an! Surgeons, ni'HKAUX WYO W. E. QOSSETT, BUFFALO, WYOMING. Office In Myers Hotel promptly at nil Patrons In the Country must secure Transportation. R UJ. B. HUFFMAN. DENTIST, w MYKILI l LONflBflUGH BLflKE. ATTQRNtfS AT LAW General practice (D Johnson County tbe Fourth Judicial District, und before tbe U 8 Land Office and Interior De- partment. Uheridan, Wyoming Teleohone 49 Who is the Most Popular YoQDg Lady IN JOHNSOKOONTY? Sheridan Post will give her a free trip to the Portland Fair. The payment of 12.00, one year's subscription, entitles you to 200 votes for your favorite young lady. Address T5he POST Sheridan Wyoming SUMMIT HOTEL. I Proprietor. Electric tights and Other Moderp Conveniences. and Beds Neat and Clean. Exquisite tar vice In the Dlnlngr oom. PHONE NO 7O. People who wen present imltod M OH little MMup 9f which took luucbeoti One of them, a fcrtde, vhaklaf bee extractor- liticmlly cordial to the oth- er "I'm m glad to meet you! You bare afforded me BO very much auuae- mftnt jut lately." Mid the other, "Oh, weut 011 bride "I've been through my buaband'a desk and have read all bin old letters 1 found several rery affectionate from you, and I enjoyed reailfug them really ever BO "I'm so glad yon enjoyed re- plied the other "But do come and see me very aooa Here la my card. I have the aanwera to all those luttera, nnd you mlgbt Iftee to read them as well. Mr X 'e letters uie BO iuuch more affectionate than those I wrote to him. I know jou'll enjoy reading them so much more thau you did Xdnai From Walking ou the outskirts of Bolton one autumn opening, a
them, the> lead a free roving life Tbe opeu sea ts a poor nursery for aucb weaklings which become the sport of storm and the prey of numberless hungry months Out of a brood of 10 000 It wonld be a rare chance for more than one 01 two to reach maturity or finally to end their carter in the kitchen or tbe chafing dlab BL Mcb olas In the Wind. Butterflies may be Imprisoned nnd uninjured lu the midst of a whirlwind Gules in a genuine typhoon are HO ter ribie that the stoutest ships can siarce Ij hope to weather them but there Is a spot at the very center of the storm where something like a dead ctilui pre- vails From the outer edge of the dls turbance, which may be 300 miles across, the wind Telocity Inrreasea to- ward the center until within a few miles of that point there comes a sud den lull There the rain ceases aud the sky often clears this little calm area, which Bailors call the eje of the storm a group of butterflies hag frequently been Imprisoned and their daintj delicute forms are as safe in this nerlnl capo ua if hovering In sunny meadow H but as helpless as la a collector's bottle Timber Land, Notltr foi ASSOCIATIONS United Blaii Land Olllito July 10, I1KW -Noli., U hei UUd in thin ottlu i Bworn gtutcmenl No 419, fut lint pm chase of the uwj i of beilmn No H m No 44 North N WJ (lih H M und will offer proof to show tlml tin. land sought is mure uiluuhl for Us titnbur or Rlono ihiin for ultuinl DurposeH aud to i hi r tliutnto huid lund bwforp Ihu KtKfsli r "funi (Liver U S Lund Uffi of Ttumias H Uiirru, Ji tin 11 Burden! UUMIS ftftrf Ruhnnl Vouoe, all of MutTtilc Wyoming Anv und all jurboiib tlalinnifj aclvercdv iht above desci d lands ittc lo filed llieir In ins in ilnn oHi W joining, i mb 1 Bjrri8 of UIUIDU, ['imps GurrHrd, of il of BufTalo F VV DAM- us Department of the Inleplor LnndOf RLE at UufTulu ymninir 1 1905- Notice is hi ihtii the folluwmtr named nettler hUd nutiu of bis inli ntlon U) miiki> fimu pitMif in support of his dMto apd th a Bind proof will be nmde beftirc KeyiiUi Hi- )u -til f timhi r I u ifui urn t L' HlS-t I K i 1 IU t UK 1'ublu I t. i-l -1 couiiU In t -vUiUiutJl 4H f d I ui U u i M E i i> i i T VO II AU 1 i I H F Nf tp -It U 1 nltiu on [flcujbti tl ir bdui, lUUi tau llih d K U and RecciuM, t b Land Buffalo Wjominfc nn Augu-t 19 j Jl .TKcquee Allemand, of Buffalo I r..r Pni.i .nmg, who made II F No 1807 fur Ihfi u si nei. si Sec T N 8.1 W, 6tb P M He nainfa the follow- witncpsee to his continuous upon and cultivation of said Peter Balden Ralph She p- heid, AlexuuderJ Lning of BulTnlu ng Frstncuis Potent in, of Nn wood, Wjymiinf r Wv Dtuilels JlepisUjr nd, FI at rn Lnitcd Suites Land Ot voojing, fuly 1 IWh for Liuffalo tnltei taUs hind Office I) ishtrtbi gn en that in r Coffee and In Spain of wlnu. so cheap and abnn< dant In Bpaln, tbe imtlvt-s seem to use proof_on herdest: very HtUe. Thej are frightfully In 'or temperate, In tbelr use of to- bacco and coffee Thej drink coffee at all hours and apparent Ir erery hour, Tbe clerk wbo takes dis morning cup at 9 ban another at his desk an hour UufTiilo Noli with tht. IPIOIIS of thtj of Conpn of JuneS 1H7K entiLlul Anatlfui lliPsule ofliniKr hinda in the Sial oft nhfiu nia, Nevada and m JIOPT exit nth d to ill t'n j u1 i land staltt- b) atl of 1 Ml .er if HviMM of istuu cf VVj< n bftt1 t111 Oav nit t) in this tfl u hi- n HliittiHt.nl No 4h for til f th( IK i -HI. ii Ip 4i N U und willotfti PIOI f to-how thu Un Inn i ib mot t i lit tiinb i und st i I I HI in h nitmlh in tut Mui U ssi. W M t sm I f kl h Stt jir M> B DALC HTI HP IU III- h IOOI fimt and third hduiM of dl )t nn ill t K OM iN J 111! -iMini N Johnson Lount} iioLioe of intyntiun to make rtt HutT J ,No f i'lli M ftt W 6th I1 M beftjrt. the R aod I uiU-d bttiUti Oflice at Buffalo Worn In iht she names th t fln 1 o( following wl t rank (.itchell a. Tul" mid of pirsons in' later, purchased from n street vender the oompleUi nnil Ih, nn i, Tbe business men pasalng through ret'amat.on ol sHid Und UiH.lmi ij-'" street, a follow wbo car J L Greuh fVedl "ff m i t_; and ArlhurlJ all ol ktarniv rles hot coffee hot milk sugar spoons baniffiflrd upon bill, sen ea them on the sidewalk If thp Spaniard does not smoke ID nla gleep It Is his only respite from tbe habit Maffutlne Jl.a iU for 'jll-14 I Tlml 1 1 Kmti 1 1. j Gwandu, a nathe town In Africa, contalua between 10000 and 15.000 In labltanta aod la surrounded by a pal sade of poles, the top of ery pole being crowned with a human skull There are six go tea and tbe approach to each gate la laid with a pawtueut of bamnii skulls, the tope being the only parts that show above Rround More than skulls are In the j leading up to each gate 18 of snom whiteness to tbe BmootftBpgK of hory the dally passage of hundreds of naked teet fun. Lnr> Wordi ol "Words of violence ueariy always ejfln with 'up.' said B poet "How do you J'l mean that words of vloleore tike spank begin with the same two letters and p For example besides spank, a clear word of violence, we have the ftp beginning for inch wonts aa spurt, U spring, splutter spasm speed ajiln, splinter Rpurn, Rpar spun splto, Rpat, and on BulleUn, Stale Bread A traveler snjs that n curious weak of groTinup Moors is the of eating baktKl bread The crtld of 4Jcemmoor In Morocco discovered that old brvnd was thi ov, n awny as waste To H-uote N a serious of- fense In the of a Moslem The cold of AwmmtKir there fore Issued a prohibiting the linking of bread ujwn one dnj In c irh nii'k Thy cltl bt derlfiroil eaf tip the bread nlrendy bakcnl nnd he fixed ednesdnj aa tbe bltnltUV or holl day Lonnmt Tbe Stoiy of the 1 iplil Dogs Is the longest utnol tbnt been pub- j llsbed Fortunatelv rliaj a H Is writ j ten In so n i one will set blnjfelf the tank of rending U U ecu tnlns 11X1 volumes oral h und ml chnrnctcm and nuiiKTf'U" (logs all of which nre succofl'ifiillj of by tho time the last rhnj n i U reached Just Itnnglne rend UR th rough one book thut nould In t n IX pur Imp nt of i hi f ri nt Huffhlo Noliutt Is hfrt h; n i! HI the following named notikr hut. til d notkH of Ins i nun I ion to mnKe final proof in auiifxii I uf his IHHII, thht proof will be ninth1 Vwlnro Iti r nrtl TUfeur li is Land U if fuln Wsomintr I mttd 111 nt K U i i DTI] A the M H- nan I n p h 1 H llobr I V ft i I V il I S ction S.i N K Hie d Uuv S I ttf-FH f Kfi Pt pRrlmt nt i f Int. nor I M itTulo hi n I kivt n IMin t II of [lutTn 1 i, hn- I r M, I nil nlion U cliuni N n nt roa, askM IHUp WJille after e bad boon In conjunction with tbo slipper, "did anybody >a erer ask you to bo his "Oh, yes I had lots of be- fore your father enme along" "Well, do you tlilnk yoo gained any ilng by The Ijpro fears riol tliw if bp withhold the of a nml hrnxo act It will do nml nnloml One nnd plodded by It to ftf iitid to ooble- nefiB nfm which win prore In the end n iK'ttcr prorlmnit m of It thnn tbp rplfttliifi of tlir !n ld< nt, Eraenou AB BMW If MtM Rlchc- -I foxC my heart Itnt night, pa 1 apTPpted Mr Mr he- H'm' dMnt ye-nr niust your head' M Out Elht'V- MamniA If n tlttlp boy In n IniL whT Un t fl Me I'T n loddirl the fame rpanoa 1 IHWP thnl nlthnnpli n little doll ts n th. dull biff (loll ml a dollar KthPl (rpQorthplj-i-Thnl n c, Mj MR doll wl< niifi dW thst brllllsnt woman Otarrr soph A tfopW rtuse Qrst husband wan a real as Fr wMtr wttcb with jroer rrrnlrtf 1 tytrt bath I T tUrd I Old I-nlj ilo nw of (hi- men you douf 10 jour hnnd't t m-mptoyod m) nnun kiKvkln peoples doors mkln fnr I uMx In in tn loir- nuinklm) loo mnrfi of Uur p mojrt fount t of thin tint xworn PiAit mpnt of Ihf nj i f K t ft TowrMiji N I HIM! -Ul nfT h r of t if Und loughl nxxrr fur iin iimiH i IM h Upr tif iliu r i 411 (or tt i m
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