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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 15 September 1904

RIVER PROSPECTOR VOL. V. 30IJNTY, NEW MKXIOO. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15, 104. NO 5. Official Directory. .NEW Mi;;;ico. B. S. U'V5"y Delegate to n. igntM. i A. Ot-ro 0i i J. W. IUnoltI A. Iv Mormon Internal Revenii.- Cl. M 0, LlrwoUyir Burvev r Ni r I. w :. '.u-idm CT. s. Dwt6t .v.--o--. C. M, i-"oi ufcer JJ. S. MswiUml, I' :;.- Ite-Kister Luqii CMtao, FreJ ft'uller Hteelvvrl. . I , . . hi Bartleu 8 ltitor i Jen. rl. J. J). Vanfclin Tr J. I'. OftfrNaf Sup't Public In John U. Mi Fie S. O. Abbott Dieti f 3 . Dim. let Ak". j. TAOB OOCNTT.' UU'uW' Wn ye A,!-' x. Ousifonf Com Bam m StlPtaO Tuu! M. y QM4ld1 An'ouio IB. irujill Luc DmlrRutc Adolio SaotSktovaD Faiibii.i Trajillo Prtibai 1 I AfH-.l President JIoosevelt. Keen tab on Red River from j now on if yon wish to bo counted jn the swim. Two oxpert j of pt-oiiiimtnc'' buve Tieited onr cair; the pttft week and iwo more ere ex )ected in in a fw days to examine certain properties for mining men of apittt wiio are looking for inveftiuynts in IL...

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. — 15 September 1904

I Red River Prospector RED RIVER. NEW MEXICO. Your straw hat. too, often takes a notion to bbow which way the wind blows. The button trust Is In trouble In New York. It never pr.ys to trutt button too far. Lobsters are said to be becoming scarce. Probably they have wearied of being scalded alive. Mr. Kipling's latest stems to com bine the melodious flow of Whitman with the lucld'ty of Browning. After all, It s a little funny to see a semi-elderly gentleman as tickled with his automobile as a boy with a new sled. In the Important matter of the ar rangement of its bones, the swordflsh shows a great improvement on the shad. Complete calm prevails at Bogota, although a new administration has come In. Make a chalk mark on your stove pipe. A multitude of doctors could cure the majority of their patients if they were only able to prescribe a larger bank account. Uncle Russell Sage has the satis faction of knowing that no scapegrace eon will ever dissipate his hard earned wealth. The author...

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. — 15 September 1904

C5 Red River Prospector. RED RIVER, V NEW MEXICO. WELL MERITED RITRIBUTION. Two ITnpleA int Nvnl Officer. Hho Got What They Dcaerred. Captain J. J. Hunker, commanding the naval station at Newport, la long, slab-sided and lanky, and his cheat looks cavort In. You would have to Jostle Mm for fear he would fall apart In a hundred pieces. He la the strongest man in the navy, and can whip his weight in wildcats. In n wardroom mess with Hunker once was one of the worst bullies who ever dls graced the American navy. He was 6 feet tall, a Herculea In build, and could put a longliont on hia back and park it ashore. For the first week that he Joined the ship he made it a hell for ev&ryuoeiy on ner. on the aeventh day, when breakfast was over and he got up to go out of the wardroom, Hunker asked him to sit down again. He re quested all the other officers of the mess to go on deck and stay there till he sent for them. They could see In hla eye what he intended to do, and It waa a pity; he w...

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. — 15 September 1904

STRONGER CARS NEEDED Whera Ihs Rallrond System of America, -y- Is Defective J v The appalling dlsafiter on the Wa bash which caused such heavy loss of life Involuntarily sets human Inven tion at work. It Is recognized that the human equation muat be taken Into ac count and that In spite of every pre caution employed accidents will occur. Men are bound to make mistakes, and when they are dealing with destructive agencies mistakes prove costly. Our great volume of commerce, the thou sands who ride daily In the cars on business or pleasure bent, crowd the railroads with traffic, and occasionally, in the midst of this mighty rush and bustle, somebody blunders and calam ity follows. In earlier days train traveled at slower speed, coaches were more fra gile In construction. They were light ed by kerosene lamps. They were heated by car stoves. A slight colli sion served to telescope the weaker coaches. The broken lamps poured kerosene over the combustible ruins, and the deadly car stove co...

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. — 15 September 1904

1 IMIIMIM CASTQRIA avckcioujo i rcp0.rmion.ior As similating meFoodandRcgula ttng the S touvicte and Dowels of Promotes DigealioaCheerful nessandRcsHContains neilhcr Opium.Morphine norXiueraL NOT UARCOTIC. J3v afOU O-.UMtZLPffVtiZff Mx.Smn ApcrTecl Remedy forConsOpa non. Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. EXACT COPY OK WRAPPER. W. $5.00 Aom. $3.30 1 THERES NO USE ARGUING I H It's, fact H I Hundreds erSS testtfr to ft TTB H Try II one founti r saPaSsflssI I Wr guarantee litUUcUon or money bsdk. jfTcVjcTl pj You can't lose ft1 ffsiril B Defiance Surch b afcjcjuterf fret torn cKenfcik lRBV. I hmatathcdothcslceatbrauii I Ct ft of your grocer. I rf cancel or 0 coy- at-third oar dun Y7 BRkDiBBI H you gel of ny other brincL iuHSBSnlrOTBfl OMAHA, NIB. ' life. ANA JIlMKiW.X VBsW.eaeKX . intend to return to the more expensive shoes." WM. GRAY KNOWLES, Asst. City Solicitor, Phtla. Brookton Lmmda the, Men's Mo Fmehlone o...

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. — 15 September 1904

T T A 1U cKEAlI Mr. uich left T M v from .itii B. J. YOUNG & S' tico, f LOCALS. Dr. C. K Baae of Elizil cde uir camp a visit y. Jlie doctor la always m ci ilny . b loon, a I litor n Red River. Id last weeks add of t L . '-".ading Co., re ruatfe them 8iy SI r (.'; lip. for tar bafldiny iape sutead of $2.75, per 100. lbs. ie mo 8 tho JnatiaaF if you want vonr twain tn Dm earn O rain 9 also have H H. 1). Dotcl.er. Gjeo. H. Drown of Denver, ijd m camp thi morning. iuif rented with other Jju ftie in the Lillian tunnel nr- He M rn, i, . ;i0 illiama has threat n 1 'mi:i- ilivorcc pioeeiitig ugaiuat li!' h:-i I'cid if be takes her Ui any ftt$htr' itt4to to do her trading: then l& Turn Trading Company' store. i'.upt Jtpwell of Elizabc:.ltowu, reports .hat the railroad company tft . : i cjc,'. a line into Eiiza fcwbtt.wn, froiM Ruton in 1002, gjf.eout the information .hat tbe ! ' : ' ' v to .--. . tbe road and dirt will icon ' MS"! Dr. Ji bn Rowaian reports eut tTtig a iww three foot ...

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 March 1905

u J ROSPECTO RIVER D i v a2a.- ,.rffca(r,t,.,. to: ? BED RIVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MKXfL'U THURSDAY, MAKOH 30,1905. NO. 33 What a ytranp man likes n to look uto a pretty face and moke remarks "tit cntme ft to part its red lips am! . w its white teeth. What an old man liCO is to look into a pretty face and :ii;c remarks that cause it to part its :1 lips and show its white teeth. De trait Free Press. $ 4T THE RETAIL STORES, Taken from the Dry Gocds Economist, N w York. Sashes of very broad flowered ribbon fringed on either side. White serge jacket suits (-.domed with gilt braiding and gilt buttons. Detachablt revere of while pique with broad wale to be worn wilh Eton jq GIRLS ABOUT TO MARRY, jackets. Displays of white summer .millinery A ,nan dopt want to be asked his accompanied by white ostrich leather ,.iuaua or everything he docs. .Nine boas. 1 times, out of ten he doesn't know v,l.u Wash suits, prettily trimmed, and they are himself, separatepiijue.duck oudJiiK u skirts for Don't 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. — 30 March 1905

Red River Prospector ftOUStHOLD AFFAIRS Inherited Evils Overcome RED RIVER. NEW MEXICO. Aim It Is saddening to learn that tho Elks are exterminating the elk for tho bcke of its teeth. Iowa has a young woman who says that she can feed a man properly on 9 cents a lay. Is she married? It Is the privilege of tho talker to misquote. Tho writer has to look it up In the dictionary of quotations. Nearly 7,000 books were published fn this country last year. You didn't read more than half of them, perhaps. "It Is essential that a woman's arms ahould be pretty," says a fashion ex pert. And that a man's arms should be strong! A New York man who gave his fiorse a pint of whisky has been fined $25 presumably for wasting whisky on a horse. The weather bureau's monthly re port has a learned dissertation on "mean" temperature. Every i)ody knows what it means. The original of Dickens' "I,ltt1e Dorrlt" is stili alive, at the age of 90. But she has changed so you would scarcely know her. The Chicago jH...

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 March 1905

I Red River Prospector RJ5D RIVER, NEW MEXICO. THE ONE WHO FAILS. Never advertises. Does not tell the truth. Has discourteous clerks. Uses spasmodic advertising. Never gives the price of his goods. Advertises his rival by denuncia tion. Never takes an interest in his em ployes. AiwayB ready to quarrel with his patrons. Has more time for fads than for advertising. Has more time for Idlers than for bis customers. Assails any popular sentiment through his ads. Persistently tells of offering bar gains that are not. Has a dirty store and never changes 1:1b window trimmings. Ready to sell Inferior goods ir he can deceive his patrons. Thinks It beneath him to use the local advertising mediums. Does not stick to his business, but drives away his friends by politics. Does not use tho best medium In town because h had n. right with the publisher. American Advertiser. MERELY MUSINGS. Zeal more often wins to success than mere ability. The moment you try to be happier you cease to be happy. Ther...

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 March 1905

I RETREAT OF THE RUSSIAN ARMY Correspondent Praises Bravery of the Troops in Face of Disaster. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. TUBERCULOSIS IN CHILDREN j Appalling Mortality Among the Little Ones Due to This Cause Proper Attention to Health of Mothers Would Save Many Lives The Kind You Have JAPANESE SPOILS OF WAR. Reports of Later Captures Are Likely to Add Immensely to the Above Enor mous Booty Taken by Oyama. Writing from Tie Pass on March 13 the correspondent of the Associat ed Press with the Russian army said: For many versts all the approaches to Tie Pass are covered with troops, artillery and baggage transports pressing northward, and twenty-five miles away the strong rear guard of troops, which is personally command ed by General Kouropatkln, is retiring slowly, doggedly disputing with the pursuing enemy every foot of ground !in order to ccver the retreat of the remainder of the army. The losses in this defeat, which is the most bitter yet experienced by the Russian army, ...

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. — 30 March 1905

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. WHY HE FAILED AS A MAN. No face over brightened at his ap proach, no hourt thrilled at tho sound of his voice. 8octety bored him. children bored him, music and the drama were un known languages to him. He never learned to enjoy hlmRelf as ho went r.long, but was always postponing his happiness. He could not rise to his feet to speak at a public meeting, or to put a motion, if his life depended on it. He used every means to develop his business, but none to develop his ii .n.l or to make himself a larger man. He read only market reports in the newspapers. He never read articles in magazines, and books were an un known T.antlty to him. When he retired from business he found that, in his struggle to get the means for enjoyment, he had mur dered his capacity to enjoy. He knew nothing about what was going on In the world outside of his own narrow circle; another state was like a foreign country to him. The Idea of helping others, or of owing so...

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. — 30 March 1905

) t7 PUERTO PLATA. WHERE U. S. TOOK CHARGE OF DOMINICAN CUSTOMS Plaza Ind.epondcn ROMANCE IN CONNECTION WITH SWEDISH DYNASTY Although of peasant extraction Os car II. of Sweden has for so mi-ny years been the most Imposing and majestic-looking figure among the sover eigns of the Old World that the nows of his having been forced by illness and old age to surrender his scepter to his eldest son and to step d;wn from the throne as incapable of ful filling any longer the onerous duties of ruiership will be received with a feeling of regret even in this country, Where popular sentiment Is so aveise to monarchical forms of government. Oscar was until a few months igo a superb specimen of manhood, tower ing head and shoulders over every other king and emperor in Europe with the exception of Leopold of Bel gium, while his wonderfully varied gifts and talents, his unusual GUlturt and his singularly sunny disposition imparted to his manner an extraordi nary charm and fascination that made the...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 30 March 1905

MISS FLCE . l Miss Florence E. Eenah, 434 Maria street, Ottawa, Ont., writes: "A few months ago I caught a severe cold, which settled on my lungs and re malncd there so persistently that 1 became alarmed. I took medicine without benefit, until my digestive organs became upset, and my head and back began to ache severely and frequently. I was advised to try Peruna, and although I had little faith I felt so sick that I was ready to try anything. It brought me blessed relief at once, and I felt that I bad the right medicine at last. Within three weeks I was completely restored and have enjoyed perfect health since. "I now have the greatest faith In Peruna." Florence E. Kenah. but have purchased several bottles to FINE AND RARE FRUIT9. Some on the Island of Jolo That Are Seldom Eaten Elsewhere. The Island of Jolo covers fully 320 square miles. It Is of coral formation and offers a most excellent harbor to the west. In topography It Is Rently undulating ami covered throughout Its entire ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 30 March 1905

Prospector Vol v: ItaMwAffd Evrrv thiwKilny. m Red Miner, 7 no i mmiy, Seun Mexico. HUtKilONTC. HTKVHNH. PTJlHrlSHER. In tared '"wiiii CU Matter nt the Hrtver, Htm Mexico, Postof6ae E RATEHOK BCBslCHiFTION. Weekly, per year $1.50 Veekly, six months 75 Weekly, three months 40 LOCALS, .ohu L. t 'nmrnins went with It. W. Renn tn Qhetta, vesterdy. John T.n'vinirhe whs an Eliza IfcUttomi victor the past week. R. P. RV.ly and J. A. Northcutt 1ft last week for Colorado points. Charles Cle'and left Saturday, ttt 'Prinitiml. Colorado, and will be g&ae for a vreek. R. W. Perm nud John Melson xmde a hti-dnexs tiip to Quests, t Saturday. Is the man who never lived a Oristain life competent to judge who is a Glfttataiu, Judge Si M. MalMte settled p ease out of court luac Saturday. 1 a a family jar. B; J. Yo'intc and daughter Stella J-ft the first of the week, for Ma fciHas, Gokirado for a few days WBit. W". P". liMntyt of Elizabeth -Ifcvwri.is on the pt t jury at Raton tliis term of district...

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. — 6 April 1905

PROSPECTOR. RED RIVER NO. 84 RED HIVE!, T?4QS OOUlfTT, NEW MEXIOQ. THURSDAY, APKIL 6, 1906. ,.J ..u. -J. - JJ" flGHTER AMONG IMMORTAL aPeofeaslonal Pugilist of SagLanc Whoae Rriui.ni LI In WnU mi. ter Abbey. SELECTED SINGli LABXXIE3. official Directory. Among the trees, that are moat m-n eltive to the wind are' the cherry, the W p.um, the walnut, the black poplar, u Otetp ibfi service-tree, the ash. and certain i , nr nDBnid A. l. Mowlsoa ajCW MEXICO. M.Andrews Peleg-ate to Congress f That a prize fighter Is burled li Westminster abbey Is widely knowi "because It happens to be mentioned li the official d emery guide which ever visitor buys, and many are the ejacu latlna of pious horror that have bee. uttered over such scandaloua desecra tion of this most famous of all sanctu ftriea of the dead. But John Brough ton Is rtally much more worthy : eurh honor than many who are In terred there, writes a London corre apondent of the Louisville Courier .'journal. He aas a great van in hli wa...

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. — 6 April 1905

Red River Prospector RBD R1VKR, NEW MEXICO. Jupiter II .nia to have another moon. Hope it Isn't "full!" King Peter Is said to be losing his mind. Might be worse might be his crown. A New York man says he has lost $20,nno at pinochle. Must have loet a heap of time. too. A New York germ expert holds bank notes responsible for much disease. C41 own health is good. No royal family has ever yet found an umbrella that was a perfect pro tection In a reign of terror. London dispatches say "Ball dresses re very low in the back," but they are still very Ugh on the bill. Bir Thomas Upton is to build three yachts for the next cup race. Three is supposed to be a lucky number. If you think of writing a letter that you will want burned when read by the intended recipient, don't write iL Nlver say ar.nything unniclsaary un less ut's something koind. An' If ut'a koine ut's nlcissary. Baltimore Amer ican. Gen. Funston says dejectedly, "There's nothing new in anything." Funston should quit reading mag...

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. — 6 April 1905

TWO MEN NEW IN DIPLOMATIC SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES Charles 7f Graves. JWAWJR3071 1 KnislerToSwaden And Norway. Charles H. Graves, appointed min ister to Sweden and Norway by Presl Jent Roosevelt, is a resident of Duluth, Minn. He Is president of the Graves Uanley insurance agency, and presl Jent of the Duluth Telephone com pany. Mr. Graves succeeds W. W. Thomas of Maine, who has been min ister at Stockholm since 1880, with the sxceptlon of the three years from 1894 to 1897. (a SALARIES PAID HEADS OF NATIONS Abdul Hamld It, Sultan of Turkey $10,000,000 Nicholas It, Czar of all the Russlas 7.500,000 Wilhelm It, Kaiser of the German Empire 4,000,000 Victor Emanuel III.. King of Italy 3,080,000 Franz Josef t, Emperor of Austria-Hungary 2,775,000 Edward VII., King of Great Britain 2,300,000 Mutsuhlto. Mikado of Japan 2,250,000 Alfonso XIII.. King of Spain 1,400,000 Leopold It, King of Belgium ' 700,000 Christian IX.. King of Denmark 700,000 Oscar II., King of Sweden and Norway 700,00...

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. — 6 April 1905

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO, NAME8 AND THEIR MEANING. Agatha Is a Greek name, the Good ne. Caesar, Latin name, means Hairy Kan. Oliver Is of Roman origin, an Olive Tree. Milk and Edltha are Saxon, Happl MM, Douglas Is Gaelic, signifying Dark Gray. James Ib of Hebrew origin, the Be Ruller. Daniel Is Hebrew, meaning God Is Judge. Roxana Is a Persian name, the Day Dawn. Harold, the Champion, Is of Saxon wrigln. Matthew, a Jewish name, signifies A Gift. Esther is a Hebrew word meaning 8ecret. Huldah. from 'the Hebrew, means A WeaBel. Meredith is Celtic, the Roaring of the Sea. Constantino is Latin, signifying the Resolute. Isaim, a Hebrew name, means I ughter. Catherine, a Greek name, means the Pure One. Eugenia and Eugenie are French, Well Born. Agnes is of German origin, the Chaste One. Moss, a Hebrew name, means Drown Out. Lucy is the feminine origin of the Latin Lucius. Deborah is of Hebrew descent. Big nifying a Bee. Dorcas Is from the Greek, signify lng a Wild Rose....

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. — 6 April 1905

Does Your What's the matter with you ? If hn dons, th chrtnces are he may help you, but many tlmns women call on their family physicians, suffering, an they Imagine, one from dyspnpsla, another from heart disease, another from liver or kidney dis ease, another from nervous exhaustion or prostration, another with pain hero and there, and In this way they all pre sent allko to themselves and their easy going and Indifferent, or over-busy doctor, separate and dlstinot diseases, for which he, assuming thorn to be such, prescribes his Hill and potions. In reality they are all only tympUmxt caused by some womb disease. The physician, Ignorant of the caui of suffering. MMMUHMM this prac tice until large bills are made. The suf- 6 enng pationt gets no bettor, but proba cy worso. by reason of the delay, wnmi treatment ana consequent complications. A proper medicine like Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Proscription, directed to the cause would have entirely removed the rtlaotse, thereby dispelling all...

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. — 6 April 1905

ProsDectKW Vol. V. rsiyiAerf Jivtrfr 7 httrMini. at Red SU'ftr, Too f m'ntff, timmttomtan. VBKlfttNT O. RTEUKNtt. Intarad Second. CIm Matter at the River, New Mexloo,,RotofTice. HATKH OF HGBttCRlFrlON. Weekly, per year $1.50 okly, six mouths 75 Fkly, three mouths 40 LOCALS. K ? . fial lender. m..do bnei uesa fcip to Lb Jura. EL 6. Burns m .1. a trip to Taos 1M week. Tim Rea-thmnn has move his sawmill down near his home place. H J. Touo his ilauu'hter 8tella, jriImxi, Guy, returned from, the Valley. John Lacanielu) and Louie Mar tiwio lft yesterday, for Elizabeth iWB, .n niinint; business. Tan to twelve niches of snow wered the town of Bed River, on the first morning of A pnl . Judge S. M. Malletta aud Oou ttsbleH. D. Statelier left this BNDiB(; on a business trip to Taos A tornado on April 1, wiped out Jae T-71 ranch. The ranch belongs ttthe Littlefleld Cattle Company J. Calender is now rtady for Hie public to call and see the line i Gwaarses he is selling at Quest yweesi They are f...

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