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Buffalo Voice, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1905, Buffalo, Wyoming THE BUFFALO VOICE VOLUME XXIII. BUFFALO, JQHNSON COUNTY, WYOMING, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER M'MRFR nj Z.T. STOCKS, UNDERTAKER ----AND---- SKILLED EMBALMER. A full Line of Caskets, Burial Robes and Undertaker's Supplies of all Kinds. Elegant Hearses for both adults and children's funerals Every modern convenience for conducting fuueraln, including the New Lowering Device and the Church Truck. Entalning Dens by the Most Approved Method, EXPERIENCED FUNEHAL DIRECTOR. NOfiTH MAIN ST., BUFFALO, HTO. CITY Market price paid for butchers stock and produce. JOIEZItT BOOTH MAIN 8T BUFFALO. WYO. THE FRONT LIVER! FEED SALE MILE Opposite Occidental Hotel. >A. J. REAM'S, 5ropt BUFFALO WYOMING C. DAHLMAN Prea. ED. CAHOW, J. W. GRIBBLE Vice Prea. Secy Treas. LIVE STOCK SALESMEN. SO. OMAHA, CHICAGO. SIRECTORS JAMESC DAHLMAN ED. CAHOW. L M HUMPHRFY Eu CAHOW, Caule Salesman THEO Asat Caltle Saleainao JrM CLAREY, Hog Salesman MARTIN CILLLKTON, Sheep Saleamsn SOUTH OMAHA. NEBRASKA i I DEALER IN GLASSWARE flam, Fancy and Cnt. CROCKERY Carlsbad, llaviland, French and other fan- cy ware POTTERY Plain and Ornamental FURNISHINGS All kinds of Ladies' and Children's Hos- NOTIONS Notions Toys, Eto. Manufaturers of and Dealers In HIGH GRADE FLOUR, MILL FEED AND BRAN ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT P. O. B. BRSSB, PrxUrat. In Connection with tbo Mill. H. P. ROTHWELU O. A LEGOET1 THE VOICE PRINTS THE NEWS. State Fair and Military Special tc the Vgice Wyo, Sopt 1 -The big mllitai; which will be one of the of the Wyoming State Fair, which ocoura here on Octo- ber 3rd, 4th, 6th and flib, will begin on September 28tb, when alx of the 3rd regiment, W N, G nod troop of caralrjr of the elate will arrive aud go .Into camp on the big military campus just "west of the fair grounds, The ID blue will come In a special train, which will be fui- nished joiotly bj the Burlington, the Fremont, Elkhoro Mtwouil Valley, and the Colorado Southern Company F will march overland from Lander, Troop A, cavalry, will go from Cbeyenno over the Colorado ern, Company B Is stationed at las, Company C v-lll march overland from Buffalo to Oearmonl and there jolo Companlee U from Cody and D from Sheridan, and they will travel east, to Crawford, picking up Company A at Newcastle Frota Crawford their special train will be run straight through to Douglaa The entire regimental staff, un- der command of Adjutant General Gate bell and Colonel C L A. of the Third regiment, together with che Third regtmtat, band from Sheri- dan. will participate in the encamp meat, which will be in progress eight or tea days. Ten troops of the Tenth Untied States regular cavalry. Colonel Augur commanding, will move to Douglas about October 1st, and go into camp with the state troops This encamp rue ut will be IP the uature of a re- union fur Colonel Augur and hlB men, the troop having been separated for several years During the fair there will be tary drills and parades galore, while visitors on one of the days will be treated to a realistic aham battle on the heights across the river and in plain view of tho fair grounds. There will be engaged, and this sham fight will bo worth going many miles to witness Previous encampments at Cheyenne, Laramie and Casper have been big af- fairs, but this military gathering le ng to eclipse anything of ite ki nd ever held to Wyoming The citizens of Douglas have by sub- scription raised, sufficient money U> ore tot the state troops during the ao- campment, and their transportation will coat nothing. Tho boyo will be given a splendid outing, the benefit of rubbing elbows with the crack troops ul Uie and will draw pay from the state while on the trip and in camp. GBO S WALKER TVM. S. COfllFTON Dies of Heart Failure as He Was Coming Over Bald Mountain. The death of Wm S. Compton upon Bald mountain yesterday morning at nine o'clock waa a particularly sad ending to a pleasant outing which that gentleman and a parry of relatives and friends had just experienced at the rnermopolla not springs and the Yel- lowHtone National park, says the Shen dan Post Mr. Compton and Ed. cbaner started out to round up the bes of the party yesterday morning, when the former remarked that he r.ould not walk In that altitude Not much more thought was given to the iubject until the party was on its way again, when Mr Compton said to John SeJfe of Missouri, ibat the altitude was too high for him Wo, must gel out of said he, and a few moments later Mr Selfe spoke to him As Mr Compton did not reply, he looked around and discovered that ihe death angel was with him He sitting ID an upright position with the bead drooped, bui the spirit had taken iu Bight, and gone over the last range. The body was brought to Dayton, where it waa takeu In charge by Goto nerand Undertaker George Lovi Smith and C L. Chapman during the night. I hey left here at 8 30 and returned with the remains at 5 o'clock morning The funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon, probably from the residence Cost of a Special SeRilon. Erery fair-minded person admits the justice of a reapporUonment of the ttata for legislative purpotei on the bails of the new The only ponlble objection thai can be leg In tnately urged agalait having thin portionment made prior to the next regular MBtloo of the the matter of the expewo of holding a station The eott of bold in? upectnl fwwion of the legislature for iblt would not anywhera near what people have represented U to lUference to tbe report of the trewurer will show thai the of holding a regular Mnlon of the lefflila uire. for mileage and per diem of tbf not eroAcd for a Mnloo. Tbn per dltm ot Mreoih title legtila tors WM The per diem of tbe 73 memberi and the ex MOO day. aod for forty tBoaot b total amount of mileage, therefore, which tbe would be entitled w would not exceed Tbo work of pasting a reftpportlontneut bill should be acoomplltned in three days, and no other legleUtlon could be ate tempted unlew tt was particularly specified In the governor's call (or the olftl session. Allowing, for the Bake of argument, that It would take five days to paea a bill, tbe eipeoso for per diem of the and the employes would not exceed which, added to the mileage which might be claimed by the members, would make the codt of tho spoolal session about So 000. Wo dare say that tho tax payers of Sheridan and Big Hern counties alone would willingly bear thin expense if it were necessary in order to secure the representation in tbe ninih legislature to which they are entitled There are qualified electors In the state of Wyoming The coat of holding a special aeulon of the legisla- ture would be about one and three- quarter for eaoh voter Is there any voter in the state of Wyoming who U so parsimonious that he or she would not willingly contribute bia or her pro- portion of the expense in order that ail sections of the state may have the representation to which they are en titled In the ninth state legislature. hich will convene !n January, The talk about the cost uf holding an extra session of the legislature is a bugaboo that will not frighten anyone when they atop to think about it. Post. Feet Swollen to Immense Slxe. "I had kidney wpnble BO bad that 1 could not work, "says J J. Cox of Val- ley View, Ky "my feet ewollen to immense size and I was to my bed and physicians were unable to give me any relief. My doctor finally prescrlced Foley'e Kidney Cure which made a well man of me For sale by Buffalo Pharmacy. Administrators Notice. Notice Is hereby given to all credit- ors and others interested, that tbe undersigned Executrix of the last will and testament, aod the Administrator of the estate of John McRae, deceased, intends to preseot her final report for allowance at the next term of the Dis- trict Coart, to-wlt; fit tbe September Term, 1005, of the Dtstalct Court In and for Johnnon County, Wyoming, and Aflat ahe will then aak. for final settlement of tbe said estate, and tbe distribution of the property remaining in her bands, and her discharge as such execulriz. Buffalo, Wyoming, Aug. 3rd, 1905 LOUNA E. McRAE, Ct-19 Executrix Used tor Pneumonia. Dr C. J. Bishop of Agnew, Mich says "I hare used Foley's Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of pneu- monia with good results In every case Refuse substitutes For sale by Buf- falo Pharmacy HE COULD WAIT. War Hearn UlmM-lf late BltwBtlOB. Lafcadio Hearn at one time In his career woi employed on a dully paper In Cincinnati, He obtained too position by present ing his application ID person to the edJ tor "We don t need anybody at the editor Hearn sat down on chair pulled book out of his pocket, wiped bin glass- es and smiled, "J said we don't need re- peated the editor loudly "I heard replied Hearn af fably "I will Just sit hers until you happen to need somebody That editor was not in ueed Ing" Hearn For lark of anything better the new man aent out for a to be written In the steeple of the Catholic rathedrtl When the story wan handed in tt proved to be a com position rivaling tbe word painting of a Uuskin or a Qantler pictured the Ity ai it looked from (he itetple and Imparted to Mi description lomothltMF beinty There WH reality In It. Persona who had rlvwed the dty from tbe steeple arerred tbat the story warn for photographic accuracr Now. HMrn WRB thftt from hli noee all mliry and iDdUtlnct and It to doubt- fal If be coold dUUDrokb the nnrctt hoove from the point to which hid Letter THE TIRED COWBTRI) DOWNRIGHT LAZY 18 THIS BLACK HOBO OF THE ORIOLE TRIBE It No of 1U Own, but 10 Per Cent luvll Rrnmrlmm The cowblrd was boni sn Ured that if he could compel anj uthir blixl to gather his food for him be w ould do HO, but he cannot so he scruti hes about all day among tbe herds ol cattle and sheep and goes to room nt night lu great bands of hundreds of his rela- tives, always selecting a bushy tret-, as a cypress, for a night B perch Ail up and down the Mississippi river TftHey Is the common summer home of these" birds, for only In the depth of winter do they retreat to the wanner mevat of Mexico, whither most of tho other blrda have proceeded them In tbe spring following such a winter they are tbe first to return, filling all the new year air with their chatter and lining the barnyard trees Tou not think that the glossy black and brown birds BO plentiful around southern California haruyarda during the winter months are cow birds, for are not Tbpv are call ed "gracklea" and seem to be more like crows than blackbirds You can flud their nentfi, big, bulky affaire, la the orange and cypress trees of almost any of your ranch homes. There arc many, many members to the blackbird family. sweet voiced meadow larks and the gorgeous golden orioles as well as tbe more sober colored blackbirds and crackles, and of all these but one forces tbe hatching of her egga and the feeding of her young on to another bird mother In England the cuckoo has this same habft, bnt American cuckoo builds her nest and Bits on her eggs as nicely M any robin or dove could do. Some- times our rood runner so far herself as to ley her egga In tho nest of a quail or a meadow lark, bnt not often, bnt when she does the bird upon whom Mrs. Road Runner tries to 1m- pcwe generally breaks the strange egg or else away and leaves the nest Then the field mice and the wood rats have a feast, to which some- times the road runner comes herself for ahe very fond of eggs as long as they are Dot her own. Bnt tbe cowblrd never makes an; jrach poor Job that She always se- lects, the neet of some smaller regions where warblers ore plentiful the home of one of these little singers la most frequently there u many eggs as she thinks the owner of the neet wQl submit to are laid. Sometimes the warbler goes right on Incubating the intruder, but now and then the two old birds get together and dump the egg out oa the ground. Nests have been found In which the warblein put a mud floor over the first nett and built another one ou top of It, leaving their own eggs to spoil because they knew no other way to rid them- selves of the cowblrd If the cowbird cornea back by the repaired neat she will put another egg In It and gener- ally thin egg la hatched and raised by the foster pair oa whom It has been A ciw of which retailed In tbo low of Irro In re- ported from Hungary A lit log In Nomtlinj or heart dlwnw whttt attrndfoir mark ft In Kurd Hli ralittrM tUrtcd to take UM bodr borne, but Were forcibly from car i rylag tbP body tbe Tills tbarot, wboM tbfptHijrr of thetr towu would bring endleu mltfor- to It Tbr promtlon rotornod to Kurd, nod Mil It out ACS In, this Mow with in rtcort of rendarnici. Wbra It mcbcd I it wo met b; tbf whole population of ftrtaad wltb pltchforU. anrthlnf that ttted at watpoa. Tbt wfra forced to tarn tbej could tbrtnfk tbt Two of hjvn mra fcUM and It reqnlres about ten or eleven days for the young cowblrd to break the shell, while most other birds of Its are two or three days longer, and thus he has a good start on the other nestlings In point oT growth. When hatched the cowblrd IB larger than tbe or the warbler and conse- quently gradually crow ds them into tbe background, taking ull tbe food that should belong to them AB they grow weaker from this be grows stron- ger, and It la not long until he tips them out of tbe nest and Is sole mas- ter of the two old blrdi, who work ceaselessly to satisfy his awful appe- tite In a very few days be gets too large for the little nest and goes out into the branches, where tbe old birds still continue to food him In a way they never do their own young after they hRve left the neat In Mexico and South AmeHm ttwre Is n cowbird that bulldi a nest of her own and 8iU upon and httrees ber own esBS, but no tblng ever hap- pens among the block hoboea of the oriole fnmiiy found farther north. Huw mmy eggs a cowhird lays no one knows, bnt as many as seven bare been found in one next of the oren bird, a kind of thrnnh found In tbe MHtern Csually however, only one cgK It laid In each nest, es- pecially If tbo blrtln to whom the neit belongs are small and the DOM too little to bold more than one of UK? cow bird's young lo comfort Tbo parent cowblrd nerer d tut tbe eggs of tny of the blrdi In whose ibp letups bor own. know-Inn full well that If she did so the builder would In all probability bomr or throw the strange ecR out. Oftentimes more than onp cowblrd liy" In tbe and an no two pgtrs of theme birds art- prer fiirtlj- alike In color ytjn sore (bit ao cowbird koom her own egg bi.f a minute aft> tr bai laid It Ansolw Tlmet, GRASS CATCHER FREE With All LAWN MOWERS OCCIDENTAL HOTEL O. N. QUICK CO., Props. Neatly Re-Furnished, Papered and Carpeted jjjj Throughout, I S Courteous Treatment and Strictly First-Class 1 Service, I Trade of (lie Local and Traveling! Public Solicited, j A Gar of the Famous Schlitz Beer received from! ftime to time. Quality and price second to none. MITCHELL BUTLER, I f Furniture, Novelty Goods, Etc, PHONE 18, Utiffolo, I.lk.J AdmirnI Ftrrnpit ft rrrj old Mttor with t Hmns In furor of woodfn Mrm Ciptaln P B Hill In "TtrrnU Jttn tt RM Tbf tdlBlral fA bit rlotorim In irera thlpl R5d de- "too old i to Irani nvw trlckiL.' In the klnbDr flKhu hU mi tbt woodra Hirt fort tnontb WM to trotx-lid TK'nmwh It TU n note irorthjr tblt thf Troinnfh lott In tbf wrm >nnk torptdo and wmt doirn npttlo mart thtl t bntxlrrd of i am InX u aneb ruJtj nixlttitudlBf K.t (X) llrnnnl tt i'l hf jml.) I n marp hrandod F nr Irh m Bu1 dinfr
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