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Buffalo Voice, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1905, Buffalo, Wyoming THE BUFFALO VOICE. VOLUME XXIII JOHNSON COUNTY, WYOMING, SATURDAY, AUGl'Sl 1905 NUMBER it, Z. T. STOCKS, UNDERTAKER SKILLED EMBALMER. A full Line of Uukeu, Burial Robes and Undertaker's Supplies of all Elegant for both adulWand children's funerals Every modern convenience for conducting funerals, Including tte New Lowering Device and the Church TrucV. Embalming b; Moit Approved Method. EXPERIENCED FUNERAL NOETH MAIN ST, BUFFALO, WYO CITY Market price paid for butchers stock and produce. 8OCTH MAIN ST BUFFAIO, WYO. JAS c DAHLMAN Pres. Mgr ED CAHOW, Vice Prea. J W GBIBBIJ: Secy Treas. LIVE STOCK SALESMEN, 80, CIKECTOKS JAMRSC DAHLMAN ED CAHOW I. M HUMPHEEY ED CAHOW, Cottle Salesman THto TrLLOTSoN AssL Cattle Salesman JIM CLAEEY, Hog Salesman. MARTIN CULLERTON, Sheep Salesman SOUTH OMAHA. NEBRASKA DEALER IN GLASSWARE Plain, Fi CROCKERY II and Cnt u I Ubad, Haviland, Frenob and other fan oy ware POTTERY Plain and Ornamenta1 FURNISHINGS All kinds of ladies' and Children's Hcs lerv and Trimmings NOTIONS Notions Tuys, Etc THE FRBNT m m m Opposite Occidental Hotel. A. J. REAMER, Prop. BUFFALO WYOMING DEALER IN Fine Wines, Liprs and Cigars. Opposite Occidental Hotel. Buffalo, THE VOICE PRINTS THE NEWS. The Simple Life By CHARLES WAGNER Triiultled From the FrencH fcj MM? LMIII BelMlM Caarrtltit 1001 br MeOtm. PblDlw t, Co. Conltaued fro-n laat wrsek me fiiofiincp ot unni lings flt to that of the grpat The root of thtae two prlilpn is the Bame It Is not alonp thnt lofty and oiperioua being the man who HBVR I am tbe law that proiokes Inrur rectlon by Ills ven attitude It la also that pighended tmbiltern who will not admit thnt thorp IB nnjthlnt, bevond bis knowledge There art really people n ho flnd all Bupeiiority Irritating f or thpm piece of Is nn ofiensp cv ery trJUcisw an Imposition prpirordci an outrage on their llhpptv Tbpv would not know how to submit to ruk To respect anvtblng or am hod> would I n or your biiupllll< me vou not golug to ufMrin Ihut sense I be maintained If H icieli exists at all what distinguishes a man is not found lu big tfotlal rank hin his dress ui his fortune 1 ut nolelj In him self More any has [jraked the t ubltle of purely outw ml greatness lo hi somebody ut prpsent it does not p to wear the of an en ppror or a royal trowu IV hat honor is then In wield lug power tluoUgh g Id li< u coat of urmif or a ribbon Nui Hint visible slgnH are to be desplnLil thev those diificult an 1 ipMsenmthe p< o I pie who In humble life nnd thnt their j superiors do them titling honor whom the best and most 1 Indlv do not succeed iu satisfying anil who go about tbelr duties with the air of n martvr At bottom disaffected minds have too much misplaced self rewpect They do not kuow how to fill tliplr place Blm ply but (.oniplkate tin Ir life and that of others In unreasonable demands and morbid suspicions hen ono tnketi the trouble to study men at short he is surprised to flnd that pride has so monr lurking places among those who are by com mon consent called the humble So powerful Is this that ir arrives at foiiulnn round those who IMP Jrj the most modest tUxumstanreq a wall which Isolates them from neigh bora There tbej are Intrenched bar Headed with their ambitions and their contempts as inaccessible us tbe pow erful of earth behind their aristocratic prejudices Obgcure or Illustrious pride wraps Itself in its dark royalty of enmity to the human race. It la the in misery and In high places- solitary and impotent on guard against everybody embroiling everything., And the lost word about it is always If there is so much hostility and ha tred between different classes o( men H s due less to exterior conditions than to an Interior fatality Conflicting In terests and differences of situation dig ditches tietwwn us Jt Is true but pride triusfonns the into gulfs and In reality It ia pride alone which ci from brink to brink There is nothing in common between YOU aud us We not finished with pride but It Is impossible to picture it unu r nil Its forms I feel most resentful it when It meddles with knowledge aud appropriates that owe our knowl edge to our fellows HB we do our riches and power It la a social force which ought to be of service to and It can only be so when those who know remain sympatceticalh near to those who know not hen knowl edge Is turned into a tool for ambition It destroys itself And what shall we say of the pride of good men' tor it exists and makes even virtue liatefnl The Just who re- pent them ot the erlJ others do remain in brotherhood and sot
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