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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 18 December 1902

RED RIVER PROSPECTOR ItfVEK, TAOS COUNTS MURSDAY DECEftlHElt 18 Ul)2. NO 18 NCUOE FOR PUBLICATION, Application No 12J. 'lTiift4 K'.hivh IjhiiiI Ofllwe, Hoiita T, N'W Mexico, July. 11 ltO-I. oiior of Applloatior. for United Htules Patent . W.Oor.Ni u lop, 1 l.lly tifct Ulul inafkcti A ! !;!. which I iiisrK ". 1. ami mice a-atoue 1 1 it. high alongside. J l iii i be Black Conccr in :i '.V Hetice is hereby given uai tilE Taos (ioLl) IMJMU.& MM,UH CoMIWNY, 'i , orporalloo duly organ JZ Ki sou ejtisr Ing under the laws ul the State oft olo--ii'iOhii duly authorized under l he Laws Of the I errttory of New Mexico to Uo MB ueth' nwn, tn the County of Colfax, In aid Teriitory, h is made application lor a LJnlUd states patent for the Black Copper uroup of lde mining claims Purvey No lilfi, consitlng of the Black Copper inde, covering 487.3 ft. N. 73 41 W.xod MHA7 ft s 73- 11' E. from the point of discovery; Hold Garner lode, covering OHO tt. S. 20 13' VV. and sirs ft N l'O-13-K. from p.d...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 18 December 1902

Red River Prospector. RBD RIVER, ! i I NEW MEXICO. A luxury, as soon as we got used to It, becomes a necessity. Another plan to protect authors Is afoot. How about the readersT Even the new $30,000,000 sewing machine trust will have its seamy aide. Mount Poire is giving fresh proof very day of Its great desire to be nlnhabited. Women's fall hats will bo) largo. Fortunately In thlB case size does not affect the price. If Emperor William wishes to keep lip with the procession ho will have to be operated on. It would be a little queer if we had to appeal to the oil trust for protec tion from the coal trust. All that good fuel oil burning In Texas and nothing to keep northern people warm. Think of ltl Look not upon the big apple when it la red. Too oft it biteth like a ball of yarn and tasteth like sawdust. The American generals who were given a vacation in Germany may need five or six months to rest up. It is becoming almost as dangerous to ride in automobiles as to be In front of them...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 18 December 1902

Pi SUFFERED SEVEN YEARS With Catarrhal Derangements of the i-emc urans. Miss Kate Brown, Recordlii Secre tary of the L. C. B. Association of Kan sas, in a letter from 005 N. Seventh St., Kansas City, Kansas, says: "For seven year I have not known what It waa to spend a well day. I caught a severe cold which I neglected. It was at the time of menstruation and Inflammation set in and prostrated me. Catarrh of the. kidneys and bladder fol lowed, my digestive organs gave way, in fact the cold disarranged my whole system. spent hundreds of dollars with doctors and medicine, but derived but little benefit until I began treatment with Peruna. I kept taking it for nearly nine months before I was completely eared, but I kept growing better gradu ally so that I felt encouraged to continue taking Peruna until my health was re stored. I send my thanks and blessings Mexican MUSTANG LINIMENT For tr Ailments cf KORSES COWS CALVES MULES SHEEP and OXEN FOR. MAN OR BEAST Mexican MUSTANG LINIMENT Witr...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 18 December 1902

JJL-. Ht IT . THE MORENO VA.LLEY I J STATG Band FREIGHT LINE, Prospector Vol. J II. WILLIAM McKEAF a Attorney-at-I.av. Practice in All the Courts. TAOS, NKW MBJ No 1! -" jTho Ilr.tc at Red (rfi(ii, d Olll.-a. ar.t N. M. Octobei H. H. HAWKINS, Monairer. a TdBkj Yon to the Gold Cmp 6i ii Cir.P. ?23 River and La 3e!ie, New iVlexico. i Staie rat ll'lSf CMIIII, W Enteral Red RWer Mexico. Po&tofi kates of HunsomiMiorJ. Weekly, per year 1 Weekly, hix months Weekly, threw months '. . plet. -1 In Thia pirn snvnrul t. ,50 40 ji the (8 ft like luisy working Pioneer. on tint Men, see Dave Hooson. undo of Ccrro, will roof .in his homestead on the 811 of January. Remember ilie prayer meetiug tvtiy Wiilnenliiv evening, irtck ClIU'".' tin vs in C rro is spending a few 1his week. stakes have Iu'pii nnilerstor.il thn t eons(tieion vr' the fin--f of lh" for buildinit havii let. Chief frnudpo Tni in the eitv vn'cri'iv the 'ond wHl ""O.r Tfii ponth and tlm Mi. ii.. part of tlx nail from Eli'a mi wil...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 13 August 1903

I ROSPKCTOR. Ml y JiK TjOL. III. U is I' .S.Vw )Vf?, MV ;AahOO. THUR3DAY AUQU8T 13 1903. NO 52. jj r - Official Directory. The Caliior Mining Property WASHINGTON LETTER. JTT- IPs - ' f . :- ,d It .ai". is mrt ' x ' Of RED USEViiSR, NEW '"!,,ie ahovj is a tiictrrre of tfee llirtle village of'tAted fltver, v7hiih 5e eituated An thu w.rvter of one o' 1h ricliest mining -BectionB in tl e TTcited States. Nature seemed bo l ace crved wit of the nuggdd, (iwv capped rr.oirtita)i, little a'iley lor Wie ilntbitetion of the Larly un' rwr rd brave incur. faluenr. He; iM'.rrownded by na 1nre in hM hei gfaooWe in the iery heart of the '?oaky notitains was foundfa 1 i t 10 J the ifirst -permanent eett.lerxeMt of Red River on the 4iMrf:ilV.i uruu of tlnj 'CamenEtnnt'. N0llt)F PokrKlTURS To L. S. D.ti3, his heirs, legal repn Bentativeor rr-4xm)-'. You are hireb" u!-r!ed that we and '.Other partneia t niej yuiirsrll, nave expended 10 u htn i' tl djrthira it the year T " 1.. M .... ibd luijtrofeaten'....

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 13 August 1903

Red River Prospector WED R7VER, NEW MEXICO. It Is quite while since the stork has done any circling around Ca.Ule too. Mr. J. Pierpont Morga't got back Ctubi Kurope and the next da? the un came out. ' Feeble, worn-out, decrepit? Not much: There's fight In thousands of the old boys yet. A Kansas farmer ha notified the peculating people that he has water ed stock to market. Most people stay poor not because they don't make enoujh but because they spend too much. To equalize things Newport society leaders will wear notbltig on the out side of their htads this season. What angers the flea beyond endur ance. Is that when he bites the ele phant, the latter does not roar With pain. A Kansas congressman Is evolving a scheme for straightening the Kaw rlrer., What the Kaw river needs Is desiccating. Considering that J. Plerpout Morgan was not on hand, King Edward's birthday celebration seems to have been quite a success. Isn't It lucky that the trees have the longest and most pliable shoots j...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 13 August 1903

The Good Fortune of a Wisconsin Lumbar Merchant. Mr. W. C. Cunningham, a lumber Kiiijr of Wlsronslr., and worth several millions of dollar', was brought to Den ver. Colorado several months aso, suf fering wif ss the doctors stated, a hopeless case of consumption. All hope had been riven up bv both his friends and relatives; still Mr. Cunningham had an Idea that he believed It possible to for mulate, and If so. he would be able to regain his lost health. With this Idea In view while lying on his bed. too feeble to move about without assistance, he be- fan working out his mind's fond Idea. nder great difficulties he completed an electric brsce to encircle his lungs. This nraci. or more properly speaking, lung glrdlo. being charged the same as an electric belt, passed a mild current through every part of the -diseased lungs Killing sll consumptive germs and Invig orating and building up all tissues of the entire body. After wearing this appara tus for Severn 1 davs a rhnfllre ai . tlce...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 13 August 1903

mm a 9d iver Prospector No 52. VoJ. HI. tlied Every Thurmlay ai Red (ui.-, 7rio fount's, AVt- Mexico. JfRRUONT 0. 8TKVEW8. PlTBl.lSHKR Entered an Seeond-Claw Matter at the Rrd River, New Mexico, Pottoffice. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Weekly, )r year 11.50 Weekly, six months 75 Wokly, th ( months 40 LOCALS. Candies and mite on sale at Bteve's. Dr. Lyon and party ot pleasure p. ekera of Raton lett for Taos last Monday. doe Floyd and Chas. Purdy were lo Elissabt tl'towti visitors, Tuesday. The former went to meet his sister- The finest line of fishing tackle eer brought to Red River for sale at the Postoltice. Charles biuusbury who lett for is home t Colorado Spriugs, Colorado, a few weeks ago a very feick man we ate pleased to-report better and can walk up towu. T. E Kirk, tlm efficient mill maq j Cashier Mining and Milling Company at Anchor, was down Monday, helping the Jayhawk l .pie adjust ilie concentrating ta bles at ki.it uiiii. Theclnn cn ing people enjoyed b treat last Sunday as t...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 12 September 1903

I 71 It ECTOR. H Ik 1 (VOL. IV- RlfiiJ UIVJ&K,' C-AOS CU N rv:, ,NI5rV MEXICO. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER fci 1!)03 ' lit t iji '; IKjBb?- ' ' ' , y, BED RIVER. NEW 'fled River Mining HistrM Elmer E. iitucTiey visHtS that "Region And. Gives -an Interestii-g 'Ac count 6i the ifliliesi,. 'Work Beiisg Dorte aiid'Htitnee . i Xntjk)6k. "At.trr-,py 'Ekaaer'E. 'Stu'dlev QEUton Himed Monday frwn a three weeks' trip onto the nnrcr Eed'River mining idist.-tfcc in far ..xut)ty. When poph this mnrturjr 'liy a reprrentatire Ol theRange he mated Mit -he fwuud considerable activity in bberaines iu that. region and in tli" 'Arroyo Hondo d'-t u-t . near Twi ning atrd Atnazette. 'Oning to trouWo and poasible1 litigation Jbetwen the owners of the mines Rt - e.n - atpres,...t,Hnd l.reib,,knesap.ra tioBS area-rtt likely to be resumed ., , .. . , l. .i - , i i ..f ,um" " ; owners are .finally disposed ot. AlUuiii-4H in the region fchAwver "join ii aaylug'ihat the mins of Twining are 61 great -value, carry in...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 12 September 1903

Red River Prospector raro iuver, NEW MEXICO. Harry Lehr should be careful or ha will sprain his wrist. Milwaukee has taken to Rolf. What the matter with ponuchle? Women may live longer than men, bat do they lire as much while they are at It? They are lawyers, not dentists, mind foa, who are going Into the Sawtooth Mountains. The philanthropist Is still undiscov ered who gives hie money back to the people he got It from. That she may be In still finer fettle to flgHt for peace, Russia orders an other bunch of warships. Diamonds have gone up 20 per cent In price this year. This Is a sympa thetic strike of another kind. Russell Sage Is 88, but those who tried to take money away from him report that he is not childish. A Berlin physician makes the claim that arsenic will cure cancer. If talced In large enough doses it will. Lou Dillon Is a terribly fast young thing, but there Is still quite a gap between her and the two minute marl:. The matter of preserving seal life In Bering sea has ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 12 September 1903

Wasps Devour Spiders. Dr. Dalllngor describes the ruthless destruction of spiders by the Ichneu mon fly and by certain wasps. The young- of some wasps can live only on Hive spiders, and the mother wasp, therefore, renders the spider powerless by her sting after which it can live m month and then deposits it in the co coon where she has laid her egg. On hatching out, the wasp grubs feed on the bodlea of the living spiders. An other wasp deposits her egg in tbe body of a spider, which is then buried alive end is fed upon by tbe wasp .rub. Why Is It that the girl who always looks for the man under the bed for gets to look for the boy under the sofa? Josh Billings said: "We shall never have an honest horse rare until we have an honest human race." MANY CHILDREN ARE 8ICKLY. Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Children, need by Mother Gray, a nurse in Children's Home, New York, cure Summer Complaint, Feverlihness, Headache,Stomach Troubles, Teething Disorders and Destroy Worms. At all Druggis...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 12 September 1903

filed Rfvcr Prospector N -i 4. Vol. IV. "snL": , ! IwlltKcd Every Thurnday at Red iit- Toot (ounty, New Mexioo. I FKRMONT O. STEVENS. PuBi-rsiriti. 1 ' -i ' !- Entered Second-Class MatUr at the Red Rlvtr, New Mexioo, Poetoffice. RATEH OF SUBSCRIPTION. Weekly, per year fl.50 Weekly, sis months 75 Weekly, three months 40 LOCALS. Candiea and nuts on sale at 8tereY Toilet and laundry eoap at the Poetoftice. Born-Sept. 8th, 1903. to th wife of Gt-onje M'lllette a boy. Mother and child doing well. R. L. Poolur of the Memphis arrived yesterday with his cook and will put Oil men to work. J. W. Pncrh left yesterday for his home at Pue'olo. He is in terested in the Victor and other first class properties in camp. J. E. Kirk returned from La Jara'-fsterday and reports that lie left his family at La Jura for the purpose of placing hie children iu school. J. B. Maurer has been develop ing the Park lode on the south side of Black Mountain. He in feeling fine over the prospects of the property. Th...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 1 October 1903

MHHMHMKMHHi ECTO "VOL KIVEH, TAOS CO'J N'TY, O&W PROSP CANCER IS rr HEADING. iBauld lnorwuif In Victims of til Dr-ead Disease In SroreaaTa , CkMiiitrles. The report of tlie i i;glt.ra.r genem! for Ireland on. the prevalence ami c;ia- . tribuu.'U of cuiicei .'.kvh that there hn been a steuiiy Increase of thedfa eate in Hint riim ry. The nun-lirv of deaths in Ireland in 1871 from that cause was 32 per J 00,000 of the popu lation; during IKSi!, 46 per 100,000, and during luoi, 05 for the inie approxi mate 0 'iirvs In Hiitrhind and Wales the death rate' lietve ii 1S71 and ISI I -rose from 42 to f3 per 100,000, and in Scotland from 44 to BO. The returns, from iini-aria, Holland, Norway, Auttriu, ai di.-1 laci increuic in the ;c:i yearn JttlJiJj Prussia show a t fit it it rule for tj? in 1WM). The re .ites tell the percent age in ti nt ecli. more slowly, -. i - v Kerry Ftiffpra .' liiir less than e west of Iceland I'M Limerick to the vT'err.-s the island, f country from turr. :roui t!...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 1 October 1903

mmmmmmm Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO Little I.oh Dillon bc.3 trade a ttlllln' New York has a Don't Do That club. No city needs onp more. Of roune, the Crawford brothers exist, hut their name Is John Smith. Jpffrlth reaohi point oaj f 'orbott ab1 lary. The world is divided into two class es those who work and those who work them. Vow Dillon has succeeded in demon strating that it Is possible to win fame ID two minutes. It la fortunate that St. Paul didn't ay that women ought to wear their hats In theaters. Some RtronR power should take the Turk by the back of the neck and toss him violently over into Asia. It Is really fortunate for a Rood many of us In the vacation season that there's no place like home. The man who got drunk and took a 'monkey home with him unconsciously paid Darwin a warm compliment. Sometimes a suspicion will intrude Itself that the powers don't really .know what to do abdut the Balkans. King Peter by this time would like .nothing better than a chan...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 1 October 1903

SETTOPS MO FORM BACK ror Bovornl flays after mv arrival t tho shack on the hillside, where I was supposed to repose, alt In the gloaming; and listen to farm talk he tauae it was not wearing on the brain also listen to Clara postering High water on the organ for her steady, I had noticed an elephantine figure that came lumbering down the left side of the road every morning when the men ptarted work in the field oppoalte. I had also noticed with what delibera tion that same figure came to the rail ience, crossed Its arms upon the top rail, lifted its left foot to the lower rail, and posed there In all the glori fication of flesh-laden soul, enjoying things without further effort. Finally I began to ask questions. "Who is that individual over there who seems to be happy though doing nothing?" "You mean Thm Pemhrook? Yea. that's him; alius does It this time of year, when tho men work. He's Juat watching them work, that's all. while he's getting his health back. Lem was Rpry once, before...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 1 October 1903

YOUNG & SONS. General .. Merchandise kates of H(.ns('RrpTroK We We, Cand Bfeve'a. nuts on H. u, Ln'nn is spending toe wet? at J. A. Knowland's. Toilet and laundry eoap at the PoBtfiffice . B. J. Young mikI W. F. Rnni mad.- btibiuefia trips to Elizabeth lown this week. Before rending cat J !it tile Puatuil Steve Uuti. oods, what O. W, Sfnnock, the hardware merchant .f Raton, and h triend topiU over Suuduy in Red River. J. fcehawartz baa another contract on the Climax mining property at La Belle for lriuidad parties. S. iL 2I,i!elte bus began devel opment work on (lie Ralph mining properly na.r tlie uiouth of the Colli m lhe. O D. Mellette left hist for Cos tilla to np. iid two or three mouths ruunmg thrae.tiiug inachin. Mis. Mallutte uCteouipauied her husbatid auti bpnt a dy or bo visiting her parents. JL. C Puckeli win) is interested in same first cIhi-h mining property in th in district, has ln.tely beeu ap pointed by the court Auditor of about loO oil companies involving about...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 8 October 1903

wan PROSPECTO YOL. IV- MEXICO. THUR3r At OCTOBERS. 1H03. NO 8. RHD IYER rvnpv Prescribed as u tle.tlolnr and Maae Is n Jellf- la tSlshteeatsi .Centurx. Ivory was formeilv used as a medi cine, but this 'in dit cunt. iir d about the end nf the oiffht-eLtttb or the be- ginrinj o th ui.et en.li century. It wan cetta ily prescribe I In 1740. the da.e of e Is t edition of Cnstel ,lo' "M.i.kae Compendium," says fetray Storks. In Schroder' o log . 1659, trans lated into Kngllsli by T. Bateson. It is thus described under Uie heading Elei.ha:" "Hli teeth are onUj used in nedi cine, vulgarly .called ivory. The vir tues; It eo -In Jiad dry, moderately binds cuts, strengthens the inward parts. It is fcoisd lor the jaundice, it ichnseth away ivormes, it is (food for Inveterate obstructions; It tait away the pstiut; .and weakness of the etomnch; it heals the epllepsie, drives -.way melancholy, resists rottenness .and poysons. It is sued in infiitions, tid the powder lis given in substance. The dos...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 8 October 1903

1 Red River Prospector RED R'VKR, NEW MEXICO Honesty in a policy oa which there la always a premium. Sometimes an apology feels heavier after one has parted with it. The Shamrock III cost $BOd,000 and the Reliance made her look like 30 cents. Alway aim a little higher than the mark if the mark Is a dimple ia her chin. il It's a pity that there isn't some hetter grain than oats to feed Lou Dillon on. Designer Fife ought to butld an Icq yacht. It might win when the Atlan tic freezes over. According to Carlyle, all speech has something of song in it. But what wo object to is the sing-song. "What would the nation be without women?" frantically asks a magazine writer. That's easy. Stagnation. Wo are still anxiously awaiting omething definite to determine whether the aerodrome is a bird or a fish. Vesuvius' reputation as a decorous and well-behaved volcano will soon be utterly ruined unless it changes its ways. We cannot help wishing the danc ing masters success in their efforts to elimin...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 8 October 1903

FALL KIDNEY CHILLS. With tho clillllnff nlr of fall conlca nn extra tax on weak kidneys. lt'g tho llmo I (nail's Kidney Pills arc needed now recognized tho world over ns tlio clilcf Kidney and Bladder remedy. Aching backs are caned. 1 Hp, back, and loin pains Overcome, Swelling of tho limbs and dropsy signs vanish. Thri correct urine with brick dust sediment, high colored, pain In passing, dribbling, frequency, lied wetting. Donn'g Kidney Pills remove calculi and gravel. llclievo heart palpitation, sleeplessness, headache, nervousness, dizziness. ' It wns 1 could nnriEi.n, Isn -railed rbetiuiallHia get no rener rrom me .' tors. I heitantoluipruYe nn taking Doan's sompla and got two boxes at our drug, gist, and, althnnixli (H years .f nm, I am aliinwt a new man. I was tr b - . .i Heal with my water had to (tat up four and Ave thnea a night. That trouble U over with and onea more I can rest the night through. My backache is all gone, and I thank you errrao much fc:r the wonderfcl medi...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 8 October 1903

n-t it o specter Vol. IV. to u k a & sor 4W Frry Tfmrtday at Red tthr. Tat County, Nmt Maxif.o. VBHMONT C. 8TKVKN8. BntMwd a Sond-Clau Matter at the RW RWer, Ntw Mealao, Potfce. U- .ill RA IT.S OF HCBHCRlPTFOW Weekly, $1.50 Weekly, mi Monthe 75 Weekly, rWree months 40 LOCALS. Pifl yon bear it blow? Candies and Breve's. nuts tm sale at Toilet and laundry soap at the Poetoffice. rJefore fending out for goods, call at the Postoffice and see what Steve has. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Young risit ed friends at Matiassa, Colorado, the past week. W. J. Cartrktht aim son Ifcire, Bade a business trip to Elizabeth town,, last Tuesday. Tber latest report rrom Twining states that the mill has again stat ed p and the trouble between tbe tockholders wonld soon be settled. J. E Kirk of the Cashier Mining and Milliug Company is spending a few day" at La Jara, Colorado, . : itirnr his? family aod meeting Vue officers ot the cow paay. J. B. Floyd has i eanlract to do gome development work on the Tom Boy ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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