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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 22 October 1903

RED RIVER PROSPECTOR. or,, iv- Hi; I) lttVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THUR3DAT OCTOBER 22 mm. NO 10. Ki. lili f bu DUTCH IB SOUTH AFRICA. M-rf Battar as Farmer Jkd I'olltt plan. Than tar InKll.h. .-. a Lngl 1 rb Writer. e Dntfh are better men on the than the JEngUsh. Mr. lili , ! ltd it as slionglv as Henj:, i, m Sift only ure they bsttai u to ; ej arc much dewier puliticinna, i .. T. Si. aii DuokliiviTk lUiig- i Uordon Sprigg, ilic bi- j iter i)f tape Colony, loin ln , . .i that. the rough lmtch tal i"iu li e hack country hud sin ,. ii , lal n, unlive genius for polii.es j ufiar three weeks in parliament give i'obhs to any Br j tub i it who had been in tlie mni.-e I t only are they beHer men alii . i round on land, not only are they ahtci politicians ull round iu tiie houits vl parliament, but, what is far more im portant, they ure better brm.. is ol men. The BrHUli colonist, folfowHiig the example of the From ihmsn anu.t. e New I", n guilder, shrinks, from the I prij ing Dm ha i ...

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. — 22 October 1903

Red River Prospector RED BTVER, NKW MEXICO. Ah, well! Pear;' won't be happy on til he gets It. It Is a wonder the professional thieves don't organize a steal trust Mr. Harry I.ehr has been quite com monplace (or more than a fortnight now. The advertising that some men get doesn't cost them anything but repu tation. Britannia may rule the waves, but the Yankee yacht can beat her skim ming through them. At one of the equine watering places It la common gossip that Major Delmai la running after Lou Dillon. What a clash there will be if the unspeakable Turk declares war against the unpronounceable Bulgarian! Perhaps the Colorado earthquake was for the purpose of leveling the anowdrlfts that the wind had piled up. A woman can get as much fun out of a letter of condolence as a man can out of an old pipe with a cracked item. The man who is always trying to get something for nothing generally ends by getting nothing for something from m swindler. A branch of Yale university In Chi na would ...

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. — 22 October 1903

; .. . Tbsrs more Catarrh In than Mil other alienee pii list few rmi vu uippoee great ninny years doclors and prescribed local rf falling to cure with local Incurable. Bclanca has pi atltatlonat d aease and tin n, and bjr cnnttutlr i'-Dt, gronouncfid It tlonal treatment. HalP ratarrh Onre niamifaimred by F. J. Cheney a Co.. Toledo. Ohio, la the only con stitutional cure oo the market. 1 1 ta ta'ten Internally tn tloees from 10 drop to a teaapoonful. It acta di rectly on the hlood and niiicoue surfaces of the aratem. They offer one hundrol dollar! for any reae II falla to cnr i. Send for rfrciila-s and leattmrcnlale. Aildreaa r. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo. O. Bold by rimggl.ta 7Bc. Haii'a Family mis are the beat. Honesty the bent policy. Kut It In no Insurant' ngulnst fire In this world, however It may he In the next. 8ens!bfe Housekeeper, will have Defiance Starch, not alone because they got one-third more for the same money, but also because of superior quality. "Did you serve In the Ci...

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. — 22 October 1903

ftd River Prospector N lo. Vgl. IV. d A't-ery Thursday at Red Tans ( ounty, New Mexico. SWONT C. NTF.VKN8. PlTBT.TSBRR Entered at eooml Clns Matter at the Red RWer, New Mentoo, Pottoffice. RATES OF SLIJSCRIITION. Weekly, per year 11.50 Weekly, six months 75 Weekly, thren months 40 LOCALS. Candle and nuts on sale at 6teve'e. Red River is having beautiful autumn weather, J. M. Jlond is (lvlopiug the Ivv u short distance up Bitter creek . Before- rending out for goods, call at the Fostoftice and see vrhat Steve has, CnnrleB Brink is working on the Swcepntuke op the river theee days mid reports he Iihs a line property . It is located near the Willed. The Prospector this week turned out a line lino of job work lor th mercantile firm of B. J. Young & 8oi)8. James Riff was down from Goose creek the latter part pf the week. He is developing a very promising claim in that section. John Cummins was in town Saturday and Sunday, He is very busy these days developing the Gold Coin No. 2, nea...

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. — 10 December 1903

j .0 I ER PROSPECTOR. i,. r IC'VER. TAOS 00(JNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY DECEMBER 10 IMS. NO 17. "air v Ti ill PUNCEJTT PAWAGRAPHS. Bow it Happened. ''What mtwle hor o njfry ?" "They crMicieeo' her paper an 'Sincerity,' tuu oejididly." Detroit ! Press. Manufacturing Evidefw. "I'm sorry to hve to mesa your face no, kitty," aid Tommy, as, he dauled pttFsy's face wRh jam, "but I can'thave fnll, sus pecting me." Columbus State Journal. HI Complain. "Hut, 1 rin't be lieve," he .'aid, "that a man pic tils by hia. mistakes." "You don't?" "No, I don't. Why, I've made fuoiifrh mis takes to he rich, if I could profit by them. "Chicago Post. Appreciit ion. "Do you think that, people appi cciate art in 1 hit country ?" "Cerlniniv." answered Mt. Cumrnx. "Kvery body p"ts interested as soon as you tall m Iniw much a masterpiece coat." WflthtttgtAa Star. Her Knowledge Teacher n anatomy) "How many ere in a chicken?" Millie . inber of large family) u how mnny there ;i r In i , nt's the only part J ever...

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. — 10 December 1903

Red River Prospector RKD RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Lou Dillon, l:n8"a. Insists that the mare Is still the better horso. Every Rlrl Is fond of a love storj hen the right man tells It to her. Bankers who meddle with the buzz- of speculation must expect to get hurt As to the other battleships, the Mis souri proceeded to "show them" her heels. fBk Elderly gentlemen who wish to pet married should join the United States senate. It may be, of course, that no charm ing young widow really wants David Bennett Hill. There Is no doubt that the -shipbuilding tmst was ingulfed In a sea of Its own making. Paris, not satisfied with hei reputa tion for race sulr'se, has adopted the motor baby carriage. There are several old men In the Senate, however, who can't marry young wives Just yet. We cannot understand why the re ported Illness of the Sultan of Turkey should "give rise to alarm." If Japan cannot get Into a scrim mage any other way some lively foot ball team might accommodate it. There are even some ...

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. — 10 December 1903

HAPPY WOMEN. Mrs. Pare, wife of C. B. Pare, promlne n t resident (4 Glasgow, K v . Bays: "1 wn suf fering from a compli cation of kidney trou bles. Be sides c bad back I had a great deal of trouble with the secretions, which were ex ceedingly variable, sometimes exces sive u.-.O at other times scanty. The color wag high, and passages were ac companied with a scalding sensation. Doan'a kidney Pills soon regulated the kS&ney secretions, making their color normal and banished the Inflam mation which caused the scalding sen sation. I can rest well, my back Is strong and sound and I feel much bet ter In every way." For sale by all dealers, price 50 cenfs per box. Foster-Mllburn Co. buffalo, N. Y. "So you have married the only girl In the world?" "Yes," replied Mr. N. Ved, "I wanted to keep all the rest of the fellows cut of trouble." VA8ELINE. Everybody knows the jrreat value of this remedy In the household, bbt everybody does not know that tho imitations of it. which some second cla...

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. — 10 December 1903

ad River Prospector W17. Vol. IV. 4aVl f)very Thursday at R&d ttMr ( Too f ouniy, Sew Mexico. KUI'MONT 0. 8TKVENH. FVBLIBHIB. E '!!. SeeonsVClaM M v tor at the Red Rlvtr, New Meita), Pontoffice. RATES OF BUBHCRJPriON Weekly, per year $1.50 Weekly, six months 75 Weekly, three months 40 LOCALS. Fresh candy at the postoffice. Komeralier and be at the School House Saturday. E. G. Burns left yesterday for Tos on business. .T M. Phipps returned from Kat"ii Ui Tuesday. Thp La ,Tara Chronicle reports Mrs. J. E. Kirk on the sick 'list. O'ovie O. Snow Iihs gone to Cov, Arkansas where bin father is locufceii. Before fending out for goods, call t the PoBtoJfice and see what Steve Ins. Frv Melaon who this fll mar ried a MtMOoH lady, is now travel iDt for a St. Louis shoe house. Lat Thursday night the ground was covered with snow and since that tune the weather has been frosty. Mish Maud Oteta-nd is still on the sick list but the Prospector is pleas ed to b able to state she is conya lescing....

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. — 31 December 1903

Arthar Obi Finn He iHon f ir Tim I working ilceiiscg li of all; mi venlence. his F.ehcme.Mr. Chair' lain laid I'm do not inset fined In one ther to a cm making thera of the town. AVc propo! dlnary nnblit oughfarc clas d'la chtagftig nly to ti, said, "to 1 nonies tl thickly poj -a on frttn making, John Iireotioe pounosnow weigh j s, k) to ,),,,,,,, i'o.ooo pounds. The weight of! ht'dreo the proiPCtil" of these crtind hna pai)"c GO, hilt the velocity at t'.an seven hgtf i ic projectile leaves the ' ''ars f ge, orf' :i frr. f "ihty iiR t' iwftt the recln !on lic-rn ,- to drlnr. hope. In iprejii'i'.cj met b to perse (1 1 1 clasi-c ." (Iii n t niir SCHOOLS TEACH STATEKC; D. Thf Oklahoma Board of K GItvs Bath i'uiill a Ft iil Rook. There lias been s. plan adopi territorial board of educ -noma to teich stat"booc public schools. A booli 1.. Hshed Bettlns forth thf ri OklahoiT'a should be Sft! copy "will be placed in thf 1 f Thl hook Is not of :i polifir i' - ' ter, but Meg the vr:nw'" ' wea...

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. — 31 December 1903

B K l. - - mi i - Red River Prospector USD RTVKR, NRW MEXICO It H better to have no luck and lose than never to have a Bhow at all. Lou Dillon's cousin appears to have demonstrated that speed trots In the family. Of course those Frenchmen who ride in airships look down on people la automobiles. An Atlanta paper refers to a man of the name of Agutnaldo. Some editors have wonderful memories. The price of coal Is to be advanced. No reason !s given except that the coal men want the money. Ex-Captain Carter has finally serv ed his term in the penitentiary, much to his surprise and chagrin. General Ma, we are assured, Is wlll Ing to father a Chinese Invasion of Manchuria. It would be racial suicide. If South America subdivides much more It will require all the time of the man who Invents new designs for flags. The man found in his own house after having been missing for twenty-live years dodged an awful lot of trouble. A St. Jxiuls scientist has discovered the graft microbe, transmitted t...

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. — 31 December 1903

Q ATTACK ON BATHING. Chleago Doctor 8ay That WMhing the Body I Dangerous. "When people leave off bathing there Will be UUIe or nothing for the doc tors to do. Pneumonia, colds and a hundred other Ills result from the fool ish habit of washing the body. To bathe is to be dirty, for you thereby make a sewer of the akin. Blood attracted by toe skin gives up products that should be left to seek a natural outlet and soils the skin." The foregoing declaration, made by Prof. John Dill Robertson at the an nual meeting of the Chicago Electric and Surgical society, has aroused the Interest of the members. Prof. Robertson asserted that the theory that the closing of the pores ot the skin would result In death is false. He said that all physiologies which, made such an assertion were wrong. The habit of taking "dry" baths was also denounced. The rubbing of a rough towel over tho skin, according to Dr. RobertBon, removes the natural scales of the skin, or the "false skin." This, he said, conduce...

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. — 31 December 1903

fer Prospector i it E. C. ABBOTT, DISTRICT ATTOR Imame week T !.. iMoffici popular. Spring boilt-e ibe trxm, Uncle !t broiitht the r is to have n fine opera Work 1ms eommenced on a Hon nl ready cr been nnan in making nr. bni'it nn arrnst-a iti hh to bpuin develop. n i In- Brown Palace up I ek. Thin property is Hie best el iims s this y on the lead eamea Kma meUih. Mr. EekUn liiver, JjiizabMliio.vii .. ! wintnur. who' lire ninlriiii mia!ly inelinedand me opeu for 'ui ehtfHxetnenl will h- will be pleased to invert the Baton in bis paper free of charge Now, bovs the year 1904 i leap year anil there may b a show for you yet if you will only encourage the fair maidens. fully rteicrltx Wtitch H ri'.-i nn Fhnisvv 1" on Pane 818, Ml c;i Ued Krlirutrv lBth i wre xpndd r r i he fiKiTWW f h d P t ' pr-iviaioiiB the bpiinij; on the Nashville. The IVast.iil'i W'H b" c'oaed New Yenr'fl helween thf- hours of 10:30 o'clock n, m. and 3 30 p ra. Tin- awieMMncnt work on the Minei d iviiiu' iH heiny co...

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. — 25 February 1904

RED RIVER PROSPECTOR. YOL.IV- RED RIVER, TAOS OOUNTK, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 25, IH04. NO 28. HOTICK F APPLICATION FOU UNIT ED STATES PATENT, MINKRAL APPLICATION NO ,51 Uoltnl State. Land Office Haute P., New Mexico, Feb. 1. .1904. Notice la hereby given that The Cenbirr Alining and Milling Company, a corpora- in duly organiird end existing midr the lawn of the Territory of New Mexico, ud whole principal placo of bualnnea and poat office addreaa la Red RiTer, New Mexirn, by Frank Staplln Ita duly autbur l7."l agent, litis made application for a United ttta.es patent for the Cashier Oroup of lode mining cln'tinj consieUng of Ibe Nrrtbtrn Light, Pay Roll, Cashier and Newfoundland lode ininfuK claims, ovii titutiog M.nerel Surrey No. JIM, situate in the Keystone Mining Duitrict, Taos County, N' Mexico, embracing a total net area ol 40.33(17 ncrer, and lying in See. Tp. , Rg. , (unaurveyed), and more particularly described as follows: NORTHERN LIOHT LODE LA 1 M. Beginnlug at S, E...

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. — 25 February 1904

Red River Prospector RIVER, NEW MEXICO. The man who wears the corset veal must not be otlcndt-d if roal men call him sister, a Russia may not like the looks of the husky persons that are patting Japan on the back. What is the use of a vacation that nly means harder work afterward lo catch up with your workT 1 '."i out for the pneumonia germ, wbtoh is hiding around the corner "any to pounce upon you. The Chicago cow who had sixteen uees of pins concealed about her eraon was plainly i perfect lady. PrakaMr It woaid be rude to In quire bow BMioh Alfred Austin haa tn pay to get those things of his printed. Hal1. Calne kaa nervous prostration. Now perhaps he knows how most of the people who have seen his plays suffered. Gen. Urlbe-Uribe threaten! to march agalast us, but we shall prob ably he able to make a stand against both of him. College sours. It seems, are not aB popular as college football. The Yalo glee club lost $2,400 on Its Christmas trip out west. A bear Is running at large i...

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. — 25 February 1904

SIGNS OF BREEDING HOW TO CLASSIFY PEOPLE Cheap Finery Is in Bad Tate Value cf a Well-Modulated Voice Slang Worse in a Woman than In a Man. Every daughter of Eva or at least every one who belongs to that branch of her family that eventually became American Is fond of pretty clothes, as an adjunct in the furtherance of the national desiro to please, an instinct implanted by a beneficent Creator but not every girl knows that her breeding is shown in her clothes, and that fine ones do not make her a lady nor im pose upon any one by making her ap pear to be one. Cheap finery only betrays poverty, which it is unnecessary lo confide to the world at large, which regards it most unaympathetleally, and not only proclaims Ignorance of good taste, but also lays a girl open to misconception and possible identification with the least worthy of her sex. We are not ail amenable to suggestions for our good; and, when our desire clash with our "sense of oughtness," it depends upon the quality of our ...

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. — 25 February 1904

Prospector Vol. IV. lUd Mvrry Thuriday at ft mi Taos (ou(y, Aeu Mexico. f HrvttUNT C. 8TKVKNB. PUBLISHER Kntnrvd Second-Oat. Mattel At Ibe Kid KWr, New Mcxioo, Poatoflfice. RA i'K OF SUBSCRIPTION. Watkly, per year $1.50 Weekly, six months 75 Wssklv, threw months 40 LOCALS. Fresh peanut at the Postoftice. E. O. Bums is sick with erysi pelas. T. A. BtsMKM and R. W. Penn vade a dusiness visit io Quests Tuesday . S M Mallei t visited with his !-r (rnorgo and family on 13ot "at oit-i k. For First Class Hiy at 8 13 .00 :.vt ton, cull nt at tlH Henry Young tore kl Quosts, ail all giain at living pries. Geo. B. Paxton returned from Peuver Sunduy, having bought a gasolii engine and a blowor toi the aVuaOouthi property. Dr. C R. B uu of Blizabethtown, visited in tilt fHinily of B. J. Young's and attended a number of patients, while in Red River. The pupiU of thH public school I tiCi gmmiut,rt history and geogra- elubr-ted Washington's birthday p()y 0ur teacher has let us take last M.ju. lay. ...

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. — 24 March 1904

I !, A) 7 RED RIVER PROSPECTOR VOL, IV- a KIVER, TAOS OOONTY, NEW MBXICO. THDR3DAY MARCH 24, 1904. NO 32. " 1 WWTUCK SW APPLICATION FOllUNir I ii STATB PATENT. MINERAL, AFTUCATIKIJI NO. 134 Uolt-d Statu Land Offlc-, Hmta Fr, Nav Mexico. Keb. 1. 1J1. Notlrs is htrehy gin fhst Tin- Csshier laltilngend MIIIIdk Company, a corpora tion dulv ori-aiiw'd "nil ex'sHna: under the Uwi of tbe Terrltorf of New MfX'oo, and whom principal place of twatkttl and peat offlo addrtss la Hid Ktver, New 'M.ico, by Frank Stoplln its duly author lad ag"t. Ilia oisdn application for a Jniterl Urate patent for the Os'rHar Uronp of toil mining claiT'ij-nlMhig of ilia northern Liuht, Pay Roll, Cnnhlar and Nsjsvfoiiwii- ml lode mining claim', con tstorlrjr.Miiierl Surv.-y So. ! 1M, situate to tha Keyatnce Mining Distr.ct. Tana CoOoty. Sew Mexico, embracing n total rat ir of40.337 icre, and lying inHao. Tp. , rig. , (UBurvycil), and nooro particularly described a follows-. HORTHBRN I.IUHT LODh CLAIM. Beginning a...

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. — 24 March 1904

Red River Prospector KKD RJVKR, NEW MEXICO. A record-breaking maple sugar out put U promised from Vermont. Sweet tidings! A darky chauffeur on a gasoline auto makes an unquestionably strong combination. A medical journal gives Instructions as to bow to cough right. The best way is not to catch cold. That Chicago waiter who Inherited $1,000,000 now knows how It feels to be at the wrong end of a tip. The fashion editor describes a "re ception frock with 1830 touches." What a mean man he must have been! Sympathize with the smaller man In a fight, if you like, but think twice before you place your slmoleons on him. A New Jersey peach grower with an orchard of 400 trees offers to sell his crop for this season for 15. No takers. Another evidence of the slowness of the Chinese Is that It takes them two weeks to celebrate one New Year's day. "What is the use of poetry?" asks Richard Le Oallienne. Well, some of It serves to Increase one's liking for good plain prose. A student at Missouri un...

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. — 24 March 1904

DOCTORS FALL IN LINE. Practicing Physician recognize the unfailing reliability ol Doan'i Kidney Pills by Pre. orlbing them lor Backache, Kidney, Bladder, and Ur nary DUorden a tribute wm by no other Proprietary Medicine. Four onset cited Iron "Nolo ol Hit Praotloe," fey Dr. Leland Williamson, ol Yorktown, Ark. rTorrM-Mii.BUN Co., Buffalo, N. Y. YoRKTOWN, ARK., Mar. 1, 1904. Gentlemen: I have been engaged in the practice of medicine in this ection for ten years. This is a very sickly climate, on the Bayou Bar tholomew, near the Arkansas River. It is particularly malarious and miasmatic; we meet with many and various abnormal conditions of the human family, prominent among the cases in which I have been called upon to prescribe is kidney disease. Many of these disorders manifest themselves by pains in the back, often extending to other parts of the body; sometimes headache is present, caused by uraemic Or chronic uric acid poisoning, soreness in region of kidneys, cloudy, thickened an...

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. — 24 March 1904

ed River Prospector Ho 32. Vol. IV. liDv. I ( fry Hnirday at Red nni (. otmty, S'rw Mexico. C S. Crosby left Inst -week for Brickinridge, Colorndo. W hear tht there bat bim ft society formed In town under the nsnie of tli H. P. 0. NT :. BTEVEKBi 'UBl.tKWlB Knterett .is Scond-Cl Mattel at M -ed Rler, Hew Mexiuo, PotofJu:e. RATES OF HUHSt-RIPTION. Weekly, per year $1.50 Weekly, eix months 75 Weekly, three months 40 LOCALS. Fiwk peanuts at the Postoflics. Toilift nonp at the PontoiTictj. 11. .1. Young visited Elizabctk- loWtl WwllifBftBy. Mrs. H. J. Lnoe wbb rialtiug friends in entnp Sunday. M . 0. H. Brighnm was down from Midnight Saturday. The 'heaviest snowfall 'of this wi titer, tell last Suiiday uight. W. F. Burns, wife and children were Kid River visitor Saturday. Mr. R. VV. Peon made a busi ness trip to Elizabelhtown Wed-Mftday. Mr. J. morn)!..: Textr-,. Paul In ttW!i friend . KoHrs left Wednt Wdrny lor bis Louio in Waco, Mr. John Cnramins while at Quests Monday, invested n shar...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
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