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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 23 May 1901

Red River Prospector. men liivrcu, NEW MEXICO. OUR (J I ANT FATIIKRS. A CHEAT -BEJVEFIT tShe Life Sailing Service of the Xnited Stales. HOW TALL WERE MEN ANCIENT TIMK3? OF One Authority Flfnre Out That Adam vt a Man 12.1 fnl in Holht. Kn IIH Feet Proof of Man' Decline In mature. Hunter i At various times within the last cen tury assertions have been made that Adam and the antediluvian people were of extraordinary height but the assertions have always been laughed down by scoffers who never think for themselves. In 1718 Henrion, a mem ber of the French Academy of Sciences, published a pamphlet in which he as nerted that these personages of the Bi ble were of the following height: Adam, 123 feet 9 inches; Eve, 118 feet 9 inches; Noah, 27 feet, Abrara, 20 feet, and Moses, 13 feet. I, too. said a scientific student of the Bible, in speak ing of this matter recently, am con firmed in the belief that the prehis toric races were, gigantic, but figure out their statures, by a process of rea...

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. — 23 May 1901

FROM THE HAIL. LYRE. xindon Cablegram to the Chicago Dally Anglomiuilar Alarming re ports come from Russia. The czar Is a raving maniac. He shot dead the secretary of state who entered his quarters unannounced. The czar has Br-ally determined to shut all Ameri can made goods out of Russia. Act ing under instructions of the czar, M. de Oiers, ambassador at Pekln. has or dered all Americans out of China. It looks as if the relations between Rus sia and the United States are badly strained. England yet lives. The London Dally Beef says: Russia is robbing Japan of Manchuria. Eng land cannot stand idly by while this wholesale robbery of territory is being perpetrated. Let Japan and Russia come together and England will do her duty. Berlin. The Dally Bung Starter .I'itung says editorially: If England can get Japan into a tight with Russia mid rIro keep the people of the United States convinced that Russia is an enemy of the United States then Eng land may take a hand. What England wants I...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 23 May 1901

INFINITUDE To make one Bong that shall transcend the spheres, Inherit all spheres, and yet wandei nigh Here where the East doth circumvent the sky, Hre where Ood's daylight flltereth through tears; To wipe away the Bad stain of the years; To turn to paean-chant the human cry; To wrest one coal from oft Thine altar high; One spark that shall cremate all mortal fears: This were the birthright of the haunted soul, The alnage of philosophy, the dole Of him who sets himself to find the Grail; Bui only his the vision, the clear toll, Who, passing Heaven and Hell, hath felt Earth's whole Foundation tremble, nor his spirit quail! Joseph Lewis French. The Tenth Girl, BY OASTON HAKVEY. (Copyright, 1901, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) They sat before the grate, while the wind howled and raged around the cor ners of the house. The ruddy glow of the fire threw the two figures out In bold relief, he, rnly, tall, and with a t rot, pan:. taut, she delightfully fW ue, jrtth :i i.iass of wayward v..:. that...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 23 May 1901

?!ver Prospector t Vol. 1. ' Rver.'j TJnirocfrty at Red laon i ounty, Xtiv Mexico. MONI' 0. KTKVI.N: , I'nill.lRlIKK' Hi m . oiiil-(.'lii" M.iUov nt Uie ner. No r Mi slpo, Pnwtofftct, i Ks;n- -riwcmpTfox. ly, pr frtt 1.50 'y, six moot ha 75 ly, tfciw ;i!:ir;ih8 40 LOCAL. He Revet had a mother, He never a n lad ; Although a full grown man He never had a dad. Adam, H. V. H.iyes left for Raton tho firstt. of the week. Ounce next Saturday evening nt tlm Central restaurant. If you want a knifo you will find tin u-isortrueut at the postoffice. Mrs. L. V. Brown visited in 111 ibethto .vn, the first of the rvek. Pete Hanson of Eliahethtown, wan over tkj firstjof tho woek on a vioit. Ira. Chm. Drink and son Harry, miide a business triii to San Louis, ColOi laut will;. flie lovers of tho danoe held forth at the U'uitral res ttva rant last Hat unlay evening. Miss M wy Winaus began last week teaching a two mouths sub truiiption Bohoi'l. ancle li. t . Loiu and S. W. Thoinp&m tnad1a trip to Q...

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. — 30 May 1901

RED RIVER PROSPECTOR Vol. i RED UIVEU, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO) THURSDAY, MAY 30, 11)01. N0 4L E. C. ABBOTT & Co. Successors to the Fof Governor of Now Mexico for t ho next four years, Miguel A. Otero. VX.kb DAY PROCLAMATION. ....... , W. , ... '. I I.. t k. urn Mniip i.i j -mm. I, sui'ii me , following priiciainatlaii : Whcrus.it, the Hili iIhjt of Juno lias "S?1" " . beeu edccntcd by connunn consrnt hm Mrs. McKinley has so improv- -'Flag day" throughout tUe United - : ; - tt , , - BtaUa.Hutl uioi-t appropriately no btv m her health thatje is on her oftUM ,, ,Illt l)uV) , le year .,f our way hack to Washingtin. ; Lord 17Q4, Jiie beautiful (Starts mid Stripe- wrre adopted as the American Miners prices right. AND S u P P L I E S TERMS CASH. THE RED RIVER STORE or HEAD QUARTER B FOR GROCERS AND MINERS' SUPPLIES. HAY AND GRAIN- r Wines, Lipuors and Tobaccoss. LOUIS MARC ATI. there : e a more general obsvrvaoce n( Flag ay than there, has been In prr vIouh eajr. t'o , therefore, I, M...

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. — 30 May 1901

Red River Prospector. RKD KIVBR, NEW MEXICO. Her. Frank Ounsaulua of Chicago, has Interested Ms congregation In mining and the church has invested In a mine In tho Cripple Creek district, which will be operated for the bene t of the church. India arid Ceylon have competed so uccessfuliy with China In the produc tion of tea that, whereas In 1880 2,100, 000 hundredweight of the leaf were ex ported from China, only 1,631,000 hun dredweight left the country in 1899. A Minneapolis man bought from a Russian In Halifax five years ago a curious rough stone of reddish hue. Acting on a recent hint,, he sent the tone to Kansas City, and cutters de veloped ten fine Siberian rubies worth 976 a carat. Public-spirited citizens at St. Louis liave offered conditionally to free the Ite of the exposition If it can be se cured for the use of the public library, 1n order that the city may avail Itself of the $1,000,000 gift offered by An drew Carnegie. There is only one building at the Pan-American expo...

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. — 30 May 1901

- IN THE ODD CORNER. QUEER AND CURIOUS THINQS AND EVENTS. A New ftnrl m l Rftbblt Foanil on the Steep of ropoeatapetl Rats Kat Up m Woman Fortran Chloeae Bcfr (n Old-Faahlooeit Ulamoada, Two M. I put my hpart to school In the world where men grow wise. "Go out," I said, "arid learn the rule; Come back when you win the prize." My heart came back again. "And where Is the prlr.e?" I cried. "The rule was false, and the prize was pain, And the teacher's name was Pride." v I put my heart to school. In the woods where wild birds sing. In the fields where flowers Bpring, Where hrooks run cool and clear, And the blue of heaven bends near. "Go out," I cried, "you are only a fool. But perhaps they can teach you here." "And why do you stay so long. My heart, and where do you roam?" The answer came with a laugh and a song t "I find this school Is home." Henry Van Dyke In the Atlantic. A New and Curlon Rnhlilt. An extraordinary species of rabbit has been found high up on Mount Po pocatepetl. Mexj...

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. — 30 May 1901

N) 41. Prospector Vol. 1. it f aled Kvrry Thursday at Red ). t cr, Taos County, New Mexico. F.lKMOirr C. HT EVENS. l'l I'.I.IRHER Mrs. Win. Doty has been qui poorly lately. Unpt. Hayes was over fio E'ii. .'i. t.htowu Tuesday. The road to tbo M-niphiB mi wan completed Inst Friday. Jjon-e Marcnti was a visitor Qiesta a couple of" days h Red River, Now id-Clans Matter nl tin lexloo, Postoflicf. Ici rv Hin ill iet h town, i ! Or. H. (). Gnll-ilior I Vita, Oolonido.is fit Ln nij4 aft'-i hi minim; in' 1 iv. M" if'ihon of ; Rrjftfaiintr a fe.v day v looking iivcr that cmi'i Wnnte e link- j "WfTaj iJ Heile, THE PIONEER Is Strictly a First Class Mountain Hotel. BOARD PRTOER nil LODGING. REASONABLE .vi-us ok si, r,s(MiiprroN. W!k1y, per year SI. 50 W. t kly, six months ."6 Weekly, three months 40 pottofflc i iou Day L. W. tiom will be closed on from II a. m. to Brown returned a visit to Eliza- LOCAL. They have the measles at the Illack Copper. Mis. Dave lloosen has beon very ick t.hii Mat wee...

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. — 20 June 1901

,G f RED RIVER PROSPECTOR RED UIVEft, TAOS CO'JNTY, NEW MEXICO. TfltJRSDAY, JUNE 20, 1901. VOL. 1. WO.4 E. C. ABBOTT & Co. Successovej to til GreneraJ IVIercliaxiciise AND Miners Supplies, prices right . terms cash. THE RED RIVER STORE of HEADQUARTERS GROCERS AND MINERS' SUPPLIES. HAY AND GRAIN- Wines, Lipuors and Tobaccoes. LOUIS MARCATI. Gusdorf's JVIaniixiotli Store- A. fine line of Boots and Shoes. Hats and Caps. Gents Clothing and also a Large Line of Ladies and Gents Under Clothing- Our Prices Are I-Fair- tS"We Make a Spealaltn of Mail Orders- Taos, New Mex. mt 1 1 -i..- - post qffeob STOZUHL .... Books, Drugs, , Notions Stationery The latest magazine for sale at all times and novels to rent. Call and see us when yov want anything in our line. A moaei Model Shoot Winchester Ammunition. Made for all Kinds of duns. FREE. Sand Rum and Addrsaa on WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS 00., For A!! Kinds of Shooting. All Desirable Calibers and Welgfets FEW FAVORITES FOR HUNTING. lava, ju jr...

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. — 20 June 1901

Red River Prospector. RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Apropos of Frank Moulnn's suit for divorce, the interesting question arises: "Isn't desertion of a conilo opera comedian Justifiable? . Minister Vu is not accrodited to the United States government as a philoso pher, but, uncommissioned, he fulfils the office of a sage. China and Con cord are nearer each other than they were. The latest convenience in the New York apartment Is a private safe, built Into the wall, and so arranged that only the tenant is acquainted with the- combination. This makes it possible for the flat dweller possessing val uable silver, Jewels, and papers 10 keep them in his apartment instead of In the vaults of the safe deposit of the bank. The chemist, who, it is said, first manufactured sugar-coated pills, died In Philadelphia the other day, and his prlncl til achievement Is now respect fully commended to the attention of debating societies. It is rather a large question, when one looks at all sides of It, whether ...

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. — 20 June 1901

re I W VMajlf-sMal 1tSss OF MOHAWK INDIANS. TO HAVE NEWSPAPER IN THEIR OWN TOWQUt Tlia Editor la ths Ron of a Mohavrk Chief Who .. i tut :!'! at Uovain- ltient Softools Spaelmen l'arajraph from the I'aper. Ths Mohawks of Canada and New York state are to have a newspaper. It will be edited by Charles A. Cooke, a full-blooded Indian emplo)ed In the department of Indian affairs at Otta wa, says an Ottawa correspondent of the New York Sun. Some time ago Cooke began publishing the Onkweon we, a semi-monthly magazine, printed In the Mohawk language, and it was so successful that he has decided to turn It Into a newspaper, the first of its kind In Canada and the second in America. There are other Indian pub lications not newspapers, but the ma jority of them are issued by mission ary societies and they are edited by white men. The Cherokee Advocate, published in Indian Territory, is the only other Indian newspaper In North America. The Onkweonwe will pub lish some telegraphic news from dif...

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. — 20 June 1901

7 K -11 Prospector Vol. L I'll! list.nl Every Thursday at Fed hiver, Taos County, New Mexico. FHEMONT C. STEVENS. Pt'BMSHEK Entered as Seorfnd-Class Matter nt tlx Red, River, New Mexico, PostofTlce. IlATKrt OF StjBSCRIPrXON. Weekly, per year $1.50 Weekly, six months 75 "WiM-kly, three months 40 LOCAL. Dave Hooson has one of the finest garden in town. J. M. Phipps was a visitor in Elizabethtown Monday, Hort Tice anj B. J. Young were in Eli.ubothtowu, yesterday. V J. Cartright is baulinrjthe Jaybawk ore to the June Bug mill, Miss Maude Clelandof the Pros. peetor is taking a vacation for a week or two. J. G. Reed and J. S. Valentine of Stanford were in camp a few days the past week. Conveyancer and Notary Public, JLioiin W. Brown, opposite post office. Legal Blanks. R. P. K"lly sold his honsenud lots the past weokjto J. II. Garrett and B. V PwlW. A. T. Keayli, Simmons Hard ware salesman, was calling on our business men the first oMhc week. Francisco llael is up on the head of BjI Cat s...

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. — 27 June 1901

VttHfj RED RIVER PROSPECTOR. Vol. l. RED ItiVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW iAeXICO. THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1901. N0 4S- E. C. ABBOTT & Co. Suoaessovrt to the Greneral VXei-olia,ia(iise A N 1) Miners Supplies, prices uigh'i . terms cash. THE RED RIVER STORE of HEADQUARTEKS FOR GROCERS AND MINERS' SUPPLIES. HAY AND GRAIN- Wines, Lipuors and Tobaccoes. LOUIS MARC ATI. GrxiscLorf '& Mammoth Store- A. fine lino of Boots and Shoes. Hats and Caps. Gents Clothing and also a Large Line of Ladies and Cents Under Clothing Our Prices Aro Iair- Bffif Wc Make a Specialty of Mall Orders- Taos, New Mex. Books, ; ' Drytgs, Motions Stationery, The latest magazines for sale at all times and novels to rent. Call Mid see us when yov want anything in our line. A I Model i Model 7 Shoot Winchester Ammunition. Made for all Kinds of Guns. FREE. Send Name and Adlreaa on WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., Repeating Rifle For All Kinds Of SIwnHno. 5 All Definable Calibers and Wcii-hf FEW FAVOniTL.3 FOS HUNTINO. 189J. 3...

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. — 27 June 1901

Red River Prospector. RBD RIVER, - NEW MEXICO. King Victor Kmmmn! ha lust completed the first volume of th his tory of Italian coin and medal, upon whloh ho haa been engaged for a Ions; time. The book contains about 12,000 Illustration!. It Is estimated It will cost 1100,000. A tablet has been placed upon the house In Richmond, Va., In which Oen. Robert K Lee's family lived dur ing the war. The building 1 a plain three-story and basement red brick house on Franklin street, near Sev enth, and haa been occupied by the Virginia Historical Boclety for some time past. Ths tablet reads: "The residence of Gen. Robert E. Lee from IM1 to 188B." The report comes from Florida that a company at St. Cloud In that state haa succeeded la making excellent paper from the leaves of the. palmetto. Should thla prove correct, palmetto would appear aa a rival to wood-pulp, a feature of the sltuaUon being the rapid growth of the scrub palmetto- la said that two growths of it -ay be cut from the same Ian-1...

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. — 27 June 1901

IN THE ODD COMBE. QUEttR AND CURIOUS THINQ8 AND EVENTS. A Tallow Ralnatorm Htartlae the Fanpla of an Italian Town Clond Kki1I nrrUd Acrnaa tb Baa from Imrt Panda of Africa. Tha Old Familiar Faeai. I have had playmates, I have had com panions, In my day of chuuhood, In my Joyful schooldays; All, all arc gone, the old familiar faces. I have been laughing, i mv, been ca rousing. Drinking late, sitting late, with my bosom cronies; All, all are gone, the old familiar faces. 1 loved a Love once, fairest among women; Closed are her doors on me, I must not see her All, all are gone, the old familiar faces. I hare a friend, a kinder friend has no man Like an ingrate I left my friend abruptly; ;Left him to muse on the old familiar faces. Ghost-like I paced around the haunts 1 of my childhood, Earth seemed a desert 1 was bound to traverse, Seeking to find the old familiar faces. Friend of my bosom, chou more than a brother, Why wert not thou born in my father's dwelling? .,Bo might we talk of ...

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. — 27 June 1901

Prospector Vol. 1. l'tUllic Every Thursday at Red J. f r, Taos County, AW Mexico. PHKMONT C. 8TKVKNB. Hl'BLtSHKK Entered a Second-Class Matter nt Xhv 'Red Rtfer, New Mexico, PostolFice. KATES OF SL'BSUnilTION Weekly, per year $1.50 Weekly, six mouths ...... .15 Weekly, three months 40 LOCAL. Mrs. V. Scrubs loft, last, week on a visit to her pArents at Puoblo. J. J. Vitfi!, one of the oldest ciliisoua of Quest.ii, died last Bun day. Conveyancer and Notary Public, Lorhi V. Brown, opposite post office. Legal jBlanks. Douglas Putman, G. C. Smith and S. li. Swith of Ct.1till arrived n can.p lusl woek.on u prospecting .trip. Mrs. Annie Say re and children are over frbW friizulri-thtowu vit-it ing their uiuny friends iu Red Uiver. M.M. Evcrott Btuos has lieen 'very tlmigeronsl y i!i Uio jf ast week but we are jjawmd u report she is improytug. .1 . J. Ream of (he June Bug mill left lust .Monday for Donver. iHe expects to U'J gone three or . four weeks. V. Scrugg, J. Wilt, Oharles Bfaudeutiu...

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. — 18 July 1901

MLr- RED RIVER PROSPECTOR Vol. i. RED KTVEll, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, JULY 18 1901. m 48- Jits d? E. C. ABBOTT & Co. Successors to the GreneraJ Merchandise A N 1 Miners prices rig hi. S THE RED RIVER STORE of HEAD QUARTERS FOR GROCERS AND MINERS' SUPPLIES. HAY AND GRAIN- Wines, Lipuors and Tobaccoes, LOUIS MARC ATI. GKisdorf 's IVIaiiiinotli Store- A. fine line of Boots and Slioes. Hats and Caps. Gents Clothing and also a Large Line of Ladies and Gronts Under Clothing-' Our Prices Are Iair- $gf yc Make, a SpeaiaUn of Mail Orders- Taos, New "Books Drugs, Tho latest inaw.ios for sale at and see us when yov want anything A I Model Model Model Model Shoot Winchester Ammunition. Mcde for all Kinds of Guns. FREE. Send Nam and Addreu an HUCKSTER BEPEATUM ABMS 604 P P L I E S TERMS CASH. Notions! Stationery all times and novels to rent. Call in our line. Repealing tmts For All Kinds ef Stitotlng. All Desirable Calibers and Weight FEW FAVORITES FOR HUNTING. 1 895. 30 Army elib...

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 July 1901

Red River Prospector. REPENTED FOR HER. FRAGRANT I leave this earth. Meet me in heaves. I remain your brother in Jesus. THOMAS E. KETCHUM." 'BLACK JACK" SAW THE LIGHT BEFORE THE END. RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. OolCen and diamond weddings were celebrated by 614 couples In Prussia last year, and the state contributed medals to each husband and wife. Mr. Morrill, ex-governor of Kansas, la preparing In Kansas an orchard that will be the largest In the world. He ts planting 64,000 apple trees In the orchard, which la 880 acres In extent The soil In Dawn, Mo., seems to be prolific of surprises. A farmer there, who recently struck a natural gas well while boring for water, has now found three-foot vein of coal fifty feet away. The recent panic In Wall street was relieved by one delightful Incident. A countryman who heard of the excite ment and had evidently read of the cenes, wanted to see the stock ex change. Some one directed him to the old building, which Is In process of demolition. '"Plum...

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 July 1901

The Hon. Joel R. Poinsett, a native of South Carolina, and one of her 'most gifted sons, during the latter part of the administration of John Qulncy Adama, It will be remembered, repre sented the United States at the capital of Mexico, which was then much dis tracted by Internal dissensions. While Mr. Poinsett resided there, the city was captured by one of the contendlns factions, and he and his family In curred no small degree of personal danger from the violence of the sol diers, by whom they were suspected of affording concealment to certain ob noxious individuals. In the height of the nullification controversy after his return, in an address delivered to the people of Charleston, the following elo quent passage occurs: "Wherever I have been, I have been proud of being a citizen of this great republic, and. In the remotest corners of the earth, have walked erect and secure under that banner which our opponents would tear down and tram ple under foot. I was In Mexico when that cit...

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 July 1901

1 PJver N-i 48. Prosrecto Vol. 1. Hi flAld Krrry Thursday fit I. iter, 'lm ( onnfy, AVtc Mrji IKMONP V. HTKVKNS. I'l'lll.lF.IIKR W. A. Gardner hcthtown Sundny. Louis I.ili't.dny Trinidad In -t wi ! .John rVe'v nn vmi'v I Que ta.i.at ll.tiry .1. Yo im iclmii!, mi'U i returned from 1 W'n two bopf -l.lld.lV. l.-, the CVtro nose trip to KnlMMl : Sccond-Clae Matter Rt UC RNcr, New Mexico, l'ostoffice. HA I'EjioK KUBHCUiri'ION Weekly, per year if 1.50 Wovkly, six tnontha 75 Weekly, fehwc months 40 LOCAL. Mih. rVnie Fowler ia reported ible t' he up mid around. A fn line of fishing taokol Ht tin- pnstoffioB. Mary Martinez loft Monday on h viwit with friends in fOS. JniMHi Fnwler waa down from the Uluek Copper the first of the w i k. Prlat OUen's children at the IVinck .Conp.ir are down wit! the nie.i'ioU. tiny Oanlr.er arrived yesterday from Nobraaka to visit his father, W . A . Gardner. 0u vnyutieor and Notary rnhlie, Lorin W. Brown, opposite post- office. Ulanka Legal. Dr. 'W. E. DriHtbdo...

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