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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 13 April 1905

PROSPECTOR. RED.iUVEtt, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, APRIL lb, 1905. NO. 88 jf CAUGHT TM IKE r;; .,..u:KT. ?! Kaskaala, III., one- the m, tnipolls of the west, bu beeu almost .... ...lowed up by the ri ver. ' The belles of Janteville, Wir . refused to appear In short sUirts In the Kourth of J ill par.tde, and vaudeville girlsfrom Chicago bad to be sunt for la take their Criaces. Bight membera of the Hrltish house of commons so far have signified their intention to Join In the pro pored parlla- mentary vtoit to tb Ualuc ...ales In th t-n tall A hotel keeper In the City at Mexico Bias been condemned tony, rs imprlH- onment and has been fined fN.70 for eieaiuiK irom tne eiecinc np-ni ,'iimpany the current with which hi., i.otui was llphted. The examination of the nhvslral con- dltion of the 1 .800 street sw. eners em- T)loyeii uy New York cit .s()K t:int re affected with tuberculous contract- d during the courre of tbi r work by dnhaiing dbease-iaden dti.t. , A well-known woman o...

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 April 1905

Red River Prospector red rivf.r. NEW MEXICO. When the landlord comes In llko a lion, the tenant ought to "give up" Ittn a lamb. Dr. Chad nick mournfully pays he must now go to work again. Lost his hi eadwinner? It Is evidently going to bo necessary to advance the age of consent for chloroformatlon. Balfour's cahlnet is beginning to show thnt a toor quality of glue was u.-ed in Its construction. This year has nfty-threo Sundays, Vthlch Is good, of course, but the best year It the one that has 53 pay days. A San Francisco girl who is worth 15,000.000 Is only 18. It Is needless to .dl that stir is bewitchingly beauti ful. H. Rider Haggard says that writing novels Is a mere Incident of Tils life. How lovely it must be to be able to say that! A man has reached the age of dis cretion when It is one of his firm cotvlctlons that some money costs too much. Alleged "pure apple cider," the grim reaper and wood alcohol whisky Meem to have formed a strictly busi ness combine. Paradoxical as it m...

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 April 1905

ARMY CHAPLAIN HALF OUR ILLS Thousands of People Have Kidney Trouble Don't Know It Is Catarrh. Mr. David I,. Jnvrm. Chimin! Clarinda, L O. O. T., and Chaplain O. A. R., 865 Broadway, Oakland, Cal. , writes: "I mm an old war veteran. I con tracted severe bladder and kidney trouble. I aoent hundred nf dnllmn and consulted a boat of doctors, but neither did me any good. "Perunaha.s nroven the best medi cine I ever used. My pains are gone and I believe myself to be cured. I feel well and would nut lie without a bottle in time of need for ten times its cost." Hundreds of war veterans have kid ney and bladder trouble. Impure drinking water, sleeping on the ground, and all manner of expo sures to wet and cold weather produced catarrh of the kidneys and bladder. irr ihc Secret of Even the best housekeepers cannot make a good cup of coffee without good material. Dirty, adulterated and quoerly blended coffee such as unscrupulous dealers shovel over their counters won't do. But take the pure, c...

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 April 1905

crta -j-rr- Pro&Dector Vol., VV Mb :io In ad i Scaond-Clana Mutter Ht tic F Ner, Nf w-.Velco, 5 -i W RATKH OF eiRrH:fPTifN. Peekiy, per ftmi SjkfilV Weekly, six m onths, 7.7 Ft!, time month LO0A..S. Art. Craig Tfii'iKMi fcvtt i al this date.- is. resting Hi J. Lueei visitediatoiabelhtowu y-tttt in). H. D. Dutrher made a business i-jpj to Costilla this week. F. Al (lallender is nw.irad-y. for Jt"- pullic to call ami- see the line f. CrocerKes be iMtJihag at (Jiesta jrtwai . Tlrvyt are fresh and new, Qu.Bt Wallace and fatmly moved r.rto the Mbantllin View liauch. 2Xr Wallace' has hired to work for Zafr. Turner for -a-yean ' rr. C. H. mss was called over: tfem Blizahechtow, to see Mrs. :eTiv; tou who was dangerously il) Monday evening. ; See n4- a the JnaHst Feed Barn Jyoti ,wh nt your tea in taken eare rfi We alo have Hay and (iniin ftrMkW,. H, D. Dfiteher. H RiUatft president of the iliaOrii Oredgc d-ympany, of Eli. ijtttfbtown, haa returned to thil mmvfio look aft-r tUe atartiti...

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 April 1905

r RED RIVER PROSiPKCXOl 5- 9 BED UIVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THUR3DAY, APRIL 90, LWE .Soldlere in the Field Provided with (Score of Things That mil Make Tham comfortable. London. Dr. Ktuei McCaul, who had 4uet - returned from .U,..in. haa brought with her tbe 00faulU outfit of a Japan tee soldier of the i ;i. i i ml uuard, aa well 1 'is samples of the .. od supplied on ac Uto service. '1 he ...ng has Inspected jthase articles with .1 . -me Interest, and :ertalnly they show a.minute and saga :ious care for the- Jauauese "Tommy's" welfare that miRhi juiord useful sugges lUons to other tiuueti The Japanese s'.iir. ts are even pro vided with suet' d i.us as mosquito nets, 'warm hoods and aiUral tthe Latter hung j&y cords from thei.eciv. so that they can jaot be lost), a. sheepskin waistcoat foj jeold weather, .boots, lighter and ot far , luperlor make to tAose of t ! English 'army, a housewne an identification ei i and a tinUtox-uf creosote pills. ,1 Dried vegetahlet l', salt an...

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 April 1905

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. We own In this country three mil lion mules, all related to Maud. fh kiwi is a bird without any wings but he also gets there Just tho same. That Pennsylvania cobbler who has Inherited $250.(100 doesn't care wheth er he has a sole or not. The discovery of a "use'' for the vermiform appendix was anticipated some time ago by the surgeons. A Pennsylvania bride was married with frost-bitten toes. Now she will have to begin married life with cold feet. People who think that some of our eminent financiers think of nothing but money ought to see them at a dog Know. The discovery that Mai. Oen. Germ commands a division In the Russian nrmy may be suggestive to the bacteri ologists. A hot stove fell into the lap of a woman passenger in an Akron, O., trolley car. That was worse than a fat man. Miss Mabel Wood Tuttle advises women to use their tongues constant ly. Well, the day is only twenty-four hours long. The .chemists have succeeded in pro ducing ...

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 April 1905

Red River Prospector HUD RIVER, NEW MEXICO. IT'S A SHAME That a rool and his father's money re soon parted. That a genius can do almost any fiing except make a living. That fortune usually has gloves on when sho knocks at a man's door. That many sermons cease to be In teresting when the dinner bell rings. That sound money Is the kind that jingles in the other fellow's pockets. That there Is no insurance against the flames kindled by a woman's eyes. That a man must make his way in the world while a woman merely has hers. That a policeman, like a rainbow, seldom appears until after the storm Is aver. That about, the only men who get satisfaction by going to law are the lawyers. That about the time you succeed in breaking In a pair of shoes your feet break out. That the man who has money to throw at the birds is always afraid of spraining his wrist. That some writers never succeed In disturbing the truth that lies at the bottom of an ink-well. That more than 4.000 coupling de vices hav...

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 April 1905

I COMING HOME AT LAST. MIKADO'3 NERVES ARE 8TRONQ. MOURN LOSS OF JEFFERSON. New York World. AFRAID OF A LITTLE DIRT. Veteran of the Stage Beloved by All Theater-Goer. Joseph Jefferson was undoubtedly the best loved of American actors. The older generation of theater-goers re member htm as the leading exponei t. if not the originator of a new school of acting In which simplicity took the place of traditional stage art and man nerisms. The younger generation re members him as Rip Van Winkle, a character which he made ever more attractive as he grew older. In the late '50s Jefferson was asso ciated with the most popular players cf the time. Those who were with him on the stage and those who heard him felt the influence of his new me'h od. It appealed to the most artistic, the most critical, as well as the hum blest of playgoers. This quality of Jefferson's playing attached actors and people to him when he first played "Asa Trenchard." In 1858, as It did when he first played "Rip Van Wi...

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. — 20 April 1905

Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. DINKELSPIEL'S DEFFYNI3!(UNS. A fool und ills money vas soon spot led. A schwclled head always gets It In der neck. Der meaning of Flattery vas dor lankvltch vo use ven ve tell a man dot e envy him. Der monnlns of Rotrlbutlon Is a -nan dot mnrrle3 for money und only gets a meal tlgget. Der meaning of Gossip Is ven two vim mens get. a sudden attack of palpi tation of der tongue. Annuder meaning of Gossip Is a voman dot can put two und two to geddcr und mako five. Der meaning of a Hypocrlck Is a choke dot Nature plays ven she makes a pink lobster looks like a man. Der meaning of a Sveet Disposition ment Is a vomnn dot can vear tight Rhocs und a loose smile simultaneous ly. Der meaning of Self-Control vas a woman dot can pass a looking-glass mitouid (giving it a short, quick rub- ber. Der meaning of a Prude vas a fe male voman dot wishes somebotiy vlll say Eomeding to make her blush her face. Der meaning of Pin Moi-y depends on der voman. Some use it fo...

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. — 20 April 1905

scene: of recent fatal fire in shoe factory at brockton. mass. i a boiler in the L of the big er shoe factory, in Brock s., exploded, and the flames destroyed the debris, spread the main factory and burning 1 several other buildings. Sixty- 1 OBSERVE RULES OF WAR jatants in the Far East Have Been Scrupulous in Their Conduct. till within the memory of peo w living, civilized nations waged much as do savage races at this t day. Now, of course, all this red. Modern scientific warfare ,ed round with as many rules 'latiors as is modern scientific i 'he same penalty is in 'nfair play name Mbation of the aver observ ey are now. lint from one bel .gerem thafA ugv'unent is not ob serving the rules TO. war brings the eyes of the whole civilized world to bear on the alleged offense. Should one belligerent have cause to con jjlain of the behavior of the other. It makes a formal protest to the neutral nations, provided tbose nations were signatories at the Peace Convention a. The Hague to that r...

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. — 20 April 1905

Ftve Dollars Easily Earned. All boys like to earn a few pennies now and then, but Mark Twain tells of a very unusual way In which he once made the princely sum of five dol lars as a small boy. At one school he attended there was a strict rule against marking the desks. Any boy discov ered mutilating a desk must be pun ished being offered his choice be tween paying five dollars or taking a public whipping. The Irresistible combination of a shiny-topped desk and a brand-new knife In his pocket. . was too much for Mark; lfe succumbed to ihe temptation and whittled away until the teacher caught him. The punishment waB set for the following day, and Mark's father, thinking it a pity the lad Bhould be publicly whipped gave him a lecture and a flve dollar bill. Five dollars looked pretty big to Mark. He thought it over care fully, and when the time came, with the bill in his pocket, went up and took the whipping. Worked His Way Up. Senator Knute Nelson came to this country from Norway when...

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. — 20 April 1905

-7. I " - ! I' Vok V. tfeWaAmf fivrry Thursday nt .v. Ssr.. Ir oun.y) iVm. Afpttoo. Kiitered at SroonJClti .v;;Uk at tbe River, How Mexico, Pontoiy c. RATKSOK STyBSCBJ 9X101. Weekly, per year Jifip Weekly,, six month 75 Weekly, three months.. 40 age LOCALS. RM River ta soon to hare a new anBtmntitt-rv R W. Penn- and John Bflelaon fiaited QueBta, Tuesday. Mrs. Craig Turton is able to be anci around again itejr her late 91 Bess. i., aim Burns was over fr,om Elizabvthtown, 'Sunday to visit his Juaiily. B. I. Dnteher and W. .) HlRrp tads a busmeas trip to Taos tbe jaat wek . C H. ULeen and. fHrai'y moved iatw his residence in the lower part af town the hrBt of the wee'l, Charlf-s Brink, his sou Harry, j ad theirs wife, arrived' in camp Sloniay, to look after their Btiding asteresfc ta the district. Fl cJ7iIZm i t . J'. (jallendup is now r-ady for ike pubha to oall and eee the line ai Ckwiersea bt ie selling; at Quest stows . 'JJhey a fresh and new. T?h Chapter for Ilia Easter ser ia 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. — 27 April 1905

a RED RIVER s- 1 r ' i ' t - rr HRD IUVBR. TAOfl COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THUR3DAY, AVH1L 27, 1905. NO :7 PROSFiiC fO u The Bulgarian govt i p,rm nt has appro priated the etna u: $2)0,000 for the pur chase of modem agricultural machines) and implements. During the lirst nine month of 1904 Spain imported marly 4u,uu0,000 francs' worth of machl". iy. chiefly from Qer- many and Grea- : Ijree coadetfs now in opera; li $225,000 In paclty of 2ti0.5e' There wen- law in operation In 1 ploying 40,100 : paper to the v. ' Three condf i cow In operation ' tip. ;illk factories are h an aggregate of tl and a daily ca- .s of milk. s ".''.2 paper mills jpean Russia, em us ir.d turning out fcbout $44,000,000, d n till lartories are :n tha United S itesi wlt'i an Kgrf.--t- of 225.1100 ed capit'i! and a tally opacity of Ou.jOO I" - of mil'-. BU Melcotll, -n Italian has- It rent ed an InatOiBieoi wUMt hi nail- the eleer-" ' g repit, i s nd,F. or in jurln "phone 2r;;' sent o ! prtxlc ' ... Oregon foi aiUfljd...

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 April 1905

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Tho trouble with the lobster bust ih as explained by the trust, is that there are no by-products. "Don't put a $5 hat on a 6-cent head." says Hooker Washington. No applause from the hatters. Somebody Is trying to prove that ,'ullet was forty. That's all right the loved "like sixty," anyhow. Some kind friend will oblige by tell ing the mikado he would look much tetter without that dinky little goatee. Kissing, they say. Is going out of Tashlon in Paris. That Is likely to hap ren In any city where babies are out if fashion. Intemperance Is Increasing In "'ranee. Perhaps the 2-cent cigars fold by the government drive the poor Frenchmen to drink. Old Mrs. Oyama is now probably round telling the neighbors that she always knew little Iwawo would grow op to be somebody. Several Interesting explanations of he origin of the term "cocktail" are plven. They grow more interesting after about the fourth. Perhaps it would be prudent for New Orleans to o...

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 April 1905

Red River Prospector ttrcn ntvEn, NEW MEXICO. BY THE GENTLE CYNIC. Trust to luck if you want to go hungry. Wo can forget half we hear and not too much. It doesn't take a headstrong fellow to butt In. An Idea sometimes strikes a man when he is down. An optimist is a man who Is mar ried and glad of it. Love is a thing that people write novels and plays about. Charity begins at home, but reform begins with our neighbors. The trouble with an idle rumor Is that it is always bo industrious. A floating debt Is a poor thing to keep a man's head above water. The winds of adversity have caused many a love match to flicker out. The less a man has to say, the grtater 13 his reputation for wisdom. Some people have a lot of good in them, but the trouble is they don't let it out. Some men hustle almost as hard for a 'job as some women hustle for a husband. When you notice n vague accusa tion you give it a reality and turn a shadow into a substance. It's a sure sign that a man is grow ing old when ...

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 April 1905

SCENE OF EXPLOSION THAT BROUGHT DEATH TO THIRTY-EIGHT MINERS AT ZEIGLER. ILL. 90B IHHIp' Exterior view of the Joseph Leiter coal mine at Ziegler, III., where thirty four men were killed and eight injur ed by an explosion. The diagrar shows how the explosion occurred. Joseph Leiter, owner of the mine, is shown at right. DINNER TABLE DANGERS Serious Risks We A Run from Adulterated Food and ainted Meat The dinner table is not generally thought of as a place whc"' danger jurks, yet statistics snow inai we run Certain risks when we sit down to eat. Some of us, especially those who live in cities and have to pur chase all their food supplies, may con sume food that Is seriously adulterat ed and thus inimical to health, but even though there is nothing on the table that is not home-grown or home raised there is a possibility of the food producing what is known as "auto-intoxication," or. in the case of meat, of its being a little too "high" and giving rise 'o ptomaine poison ing. Some of t...

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. — 27 April 1905

Red River Prospector WORK FOR HEALTH RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. FLORIDA PHILOSOPHY. Falsehood la the product of environ ment and necessity. Justice often becomes so drowsy hat it nods upon the bench. Knowledge In the heads of most mer. Is but the brains of others. The broken Bhlelds we throw away re often the units of our woes. A miracle is a psychological force, subjecting a lower to a higher law. There's revelry of leaves upon every tree a halleluiah in each brook that runs to the sea. Some men will dream of success though In the desert a kind of in giafted vanity of self-applause. It is not that which should be It is what Is, that, impels us to submit to the recognition of exacting laws. ?ome men are constantly looking through the pseudoscope that makes projections appear as depressions. Over our senses life's melodies roll, as rolls the sunlight through the hush of woodland moods, when In the gloaming, the cloistered day sUs and broods. Like frozen rain In the rose's heart, is the l...

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. — 27 April 1905

ACCUSED BY CASTRO OF GIVING AID TO HIS FOES Charges that Gen. Francis V. Greene, as one of the officers of the Asphalt trust, drew a draft for $100, 000 for the support of the Matos revo lution against President Castro and that the New York and Bermudez company entered Into an alliance with the revolutionists are the most startling charges published in a de cision of the Federal District Court of DAY OF "GUN MEN" ENDED. Quickness of Brain Has Succeeded to Quickness of Fingers. Half a dozen men are still alive in the West who can take a Colt's .45, six-shooter, twirl it on the finger, and every time the barrel comes to the level pull the trigger and hit the mark. I believe that Showton of New castle, given a Colt's and c v pocket AfJJ.fcartridges, COnI'v ifii M ,.,. f M1",ru ilia! in.-.11'' 11 'I) him within 150 'eet. providing tney could not shoo- 88 Quick and as true as he. But the days of the "gun" man are almost fa an en1- The man of work is drhng him to a finish. Industry is tak...

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. — 27 April 1905

PE-RU-NA MEASURES UP.TO THfe STANDARD UNCLE SAM "A High Standard is Required of Any Catarrh Remedy That Has Been Endorsed by so Many Trustworthy and Prominent People.' Conviction Follows Trial When buying loose coffee or anything your grocer happens to have in his bin, how do you know what you are getting ? Homo queer stories about coffee that is sold in bulk, could be told, if tbe people who handle it (grocers), cared to speak out. Could any amount of mere talk havo persuaded millions of housekeepers to use Lion Coffee, the leader of all package coffees for over a quarter of a century, if they had not found it superior to all other brands in Purity, Strength, Flavor and Uniformity? . This popular success of LION COFFEE can be due only to Inherent merit. There Is no stronger proof ot merit than con tinued and Increasing popularity. U the verdict of MILLIONS OF HOUSEKEEPERS does not convince you of tbe merits ot LION COFFEE, It costs you but a trifle to buy a package. It Is tbe easie...

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. — 27 April 1905

.-TTv..,aB.. v . ijfmim' a i Pros Dec. or VoL T. d River F.wu 'JhurtKlfti ni US Taoa i aunty. A'mr' fa -U tWJUI . HTEVSONh PUBUHHaill kI a Suootid'CUiaa M'nttor hi tin Rlvnr, New )exioo, PostoU'ic. BATEl OF SBMHCKiPTrorf . VeehJy, per year...... (1.60 fteekly, nix months 76 Ffflkly, IhlM months 40 LOCALS. !y irttat appoaiiat tjtoatt Tnnni"c,i alike, you'll olnsb; nd to J.'::) looking for a clrl tltPiiat of lot of na.h Bl. A. D" Loen twit, np from Oerro, His wpfk . Krf Yiuni murle ft business trip lt CtMr y."iterly. Ciinrfi'n Clelnml visited Eliea- aJt'afOW'J, V8'T(1bV. It if reported thai suow is three tit) nt Anchor. John Afclaon mb n bnsii bip to Bhiibethtown, Uoday. Ko porta from Canon City,. gtva Ak Kood new that Miss Aniiiv' Krutty'H httavKh is improving np Ay. Tf. F!-oyd is living inar fJ'uder CJfel "do. hnvim; with his 1 a large much forthit. M. P- i i.'ree a-nd family moved fiia wt from the Onrdner house tUci F9bideuc0' in the loworpart al m. ti'. tM3ufer is mow iMady for t....

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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