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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 3 August 1905

r RIVER fort RED HIVER. TAOS GOUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 190. "1: . "' - 1 PROSPEC JKOTK'F OF APPI.JCATJON FOR UNIT- JuDITATr 1'ATBNT. No. Mineral S-trvey No. lajft. I" u- I Hte'es Lenasfflo, New Mexico, March tat, ,"oV KoVis II BMawTQivaj.. .. ... -nue ,.I th. act ot i;onKre ..pprov,.. ,av , In. IKI2. U I,. Fooler and w u. Ke--iii.e , 0a ptHMfHH WHllW H Ratlin, CJi'lfa County, New Me leu. bave main a 4e tl'.in IlKf a iiutent for Ifioo linear tee M tbu TVnnesee Lode, hearleg (told and vr, tta name tiiugfla7 feat eaeterly aril )3! MI vr a'urly ifrowthe discovery out and taanal thereon, and beiac a ynr). uf tbe Memi.l.lH Uvoup of mining flfRt, w'th sarfai e around 8o feet la width, ;i Mte In lha Keystone mining fliatrict. in Taos rf'oHiitv In the Territory of New M. r .' h 1 ' n end described by thr QtBoial plat tlie fleld.notee onle in the offlo" i I.trl'ter o'tbeanta Fa Imid Bl rj the Ten isoryef Haw Mexioo, as lo; ows SOVa I MO. 1315, TENNKBi 1'iUE. .Bnillniiine; :i- ir...

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. — 3 August 1905

Red River Prospector RHD RIVER, NEW MEXICO. The new $20 gold certificate Is said t be "artistically attractive." In trinsically so. too. There ought to be 366 days each year for honoring the flag, with one day added to leap year. If a fleet of Yankee warships couldn't rapture Baltimore, certainly no fleet of foreign warships could. As the United States has become a world power. Castro now feels that he can visit it without a loss of prestige. The Sultan of Morocco may be par doned If he is disposed to regard his country just now as "all the leath er." A New Yoik man has solved the problem of making life in that town tolerable. He sleeps flfty days at a stretch. An antiquarian says that corsets were worn by women in the year 1600 B. C. And still the sex has managed to survive. An enthusiastic father has named bis newborn baby Togo Oyama. He must love the Japanese more than he does the boy. "Friendless indeed is the man who hasn't a wedding Invitation Just now." says the Boston Globe....

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. — 3 August 1905

TEACHING PRISONERS RU88IAN8 AT 8CHOOL IN JAPAN Novel Treatment of Seventy Thousand Enemies Who Were Captured by Japanese Army and Navy. It Is a very perular story that comes from the Far East, where, according to trustworthy Information, the Japa nese government has organized a regular program of educational work for the benefit of the more than sev enty thousand Russian prisoners now scattered over Japan. The Japnnese have addressed themselves to their task In their usual methodical and business-like way. A complete census of the prisoners was first taken, the Russians, Poles and Jews being sepa rated. Then the Illiterate, mostly Russians, were formed Into classes, which were placed under teachers se lected from among the nest educated of the prisoners, under Japaince super visors. In addition, more advanced educational work was undertaken, In struction being Imparted in Russian and Polish. And here It may be re marked that some of the Polish pris oners have jokingly remarked that ...

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. — 3 August 1905

Hed River Prospector Folklore of Hawaii RED RIVER, NIW MEXICO. PICTURES OF ADMIRAL JOHyAUL JQfiEw&E MANY AND VARIED v MUSINGS OF A MEKE MAN. (Special Correspondence.) spoil! No girl likes to be made i' .) by an amateur. Bargain sales have parted many a wife and her husband's money. No married woman can pass an old admirer without a backward glance. Beauty la the only thing that con soles some women for being women. Only a strong-minded woman can keep her calendar torn off up to date. It's the blissful ignorance of bache lors that enables widows to marry them. A widow knows when a man Is In love with her long before he knows himself. When there ar- two rivals for a wid ow's hand one of them Is apt to win by losing. The average wife looks upon her husband as an automatic machine for supplying her wants. Man proposes and later on he is apt to wonder how he managed to trake such a fool of himself. The most engaging summer girl Is the one who secures the largest col lection of engage...

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. — 3 August 1905

BOAT ON GREEN RIVER IVKVV STEAMBOAT, CITY OF MOAB Will Run From Grand River Station on the D. & R. G. Railroad to Moab, Utah. Had It not been for an obM ruction tn the Grand river, encountered by the teamer City of Moab, on Us maiden trip, the little Utah city of that name would have held the greatest celebra tion in Its history by this time, Bays the Denver Republican of June 1st. However, the enthusiasm of the resi dents over the opening of the Grand, Green and Colorado rivers to naviga tion by the Green-Grand Navigation Company has not waned in the slight est, and when tne boat does reach the city, probabaly within thirty days, there will be a rousing demonstration. J. J. Lumsden, president of the Green-Grand Navigation Company, and C. A. Anderson, captain of the "City of Moab," owned by the company and op erated on the Green and Grand rivers between Green River station on the Denver & Rio Grande, and Moab, Utah, were visitors in Denver yesterday. In describing the new st...

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. — 3 August 1905

i " . . E- i . t i -SiT' i'. 1 "' a 4- i ' M 1 L jL. O fMrUAcof Mvory 7hurtdp at Jifirl JEtherr, Tan County, Net M'ttto. VaMUtONT 0, HTKVKNK. PtBIiIBHBI nt1 M Seaotvd-Class Matter (ilic Ktt. Nf Mexico. Potfficei RATK8 OF HOBHORIFrtOK. kly, per year f-VRft Witkly, six month 75 ekly, three mowtbn 40 LOCALS. S. W. Thompson and K. P. Wok tafcy visited Ehssabethtowii, poster Ucb 8tfeY bought, the Callen br stock of candias. Koe in and M I. Pierco mid BbbdgM re 'lbecftn cutuu -Tat-aday, from Klia- hinwm. B i Jry Fbwrd mid the M"iaen H'tii-i nnd Stella Xtonng vinitud at Mrr. F. J. 'allendei- closed out fkf flalleiiiUr store and loft for ft aett threeor fhnr month. When in Ehsabethtown call at the Miner's lun and get a "square tea)." Una. James Victors is in charge. Andy Mauaon who ha been pending IKe past sw mi.ntli in k ceal part ot the temilory re timed eawp Tuesdniyk to look uf ter bis utining uitaifbt.. Elmer E. S'mlley, one of the leading atti'vnryu of Union, and Worth Suvy.tfl' were ...

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 August 1905

RIVER PROSPECTOR 9 VOL. VI. RHD RIVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THFR3DAY, 4.UQVS.T 24, 1909, 1 R ID ;KOTBB ABOUT WOMEV. - Mr. Jane Evans, 73 yearn old and one tfe slave, baa h honors' Krom the etememary i school In New Harm, ( a night . tiic t.figatf tending schiM i last fall wishing to learn to read the Bible and rewspapers.1 .Mrs. Kvutm wa libera ad l Lincoln' mancipation proclamation i mi.ali'th Duse. riaugiitrf and only of Mine, JSWuoiv. Oiih Hie Ital ian tragedienne has eiii red a:; ".nulrtoi (college dev.ot'i jo the a udj l.i i arming nd horijiculture. .Slgnorim; I ua hi only IT years old. To her mother h groat Joy ! he has shown no desire lor - tago llfcV hei tastes are, :in fact, stronfely a-iti tue ter and she has never' cv seen Duse ct. In appearance, however, the two re wonderfully' alike. --' ' Mrs. Alfred Chapln, of New York, is be- iev.a 10 own me nnesi ....n ra ol IHH1 v Ulninoiliis lit l II e en'.. ' . rj ' !)' Mrs. 'ha pin's sable (.'.''! - ',... from jthe province ...

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 August 1905

ft Red River Prospector ;d river. NEW MEXICO. kMr. Paine who, with the mercury at in vented a new brandy cocktail, Is imed. .rites the cantaloupe Is stent. It always looks X r' navy a good it a present of UIDl II' III - 1 ' ' I All, says thV Boston Traveler. At isst our country is united. Boston uses At lanta English. New York's smart set is not as smart as one might guess from read ing tit small bills,' judging from the way it allowed a common blackmailer to play horse with It. It Is proposed 1 christen the battle Chip Vermont m'.'U mni.le 1 .' Ver- inapleMrjjflJUL. . . fwet "and iy compound mad' of glucose and molasses In Chicago. The New York ; udiary who dived six stories to save himself from cap tare did the best job of his life. He won't dive again, and incidentally he won't set any more fires. Giovanl Morosini, the New York banker, has during the hot spell slept on a bed over which six electric fans were kept going constantly, u some times pays to have money. Denver will have...

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 August 1905

Hers H Relief for Woman. Mother Grey, nurse In New York, dls Wovsrod a pleasant herb remedy for women's Jills, called AUST11AUAN LEAF. It is the .only certain monthly regulator. Cure female weaknesses, Backache, Kidney and Urinary troubles. At all Dnigglat or by tnailMlcts. Sample mailed FREE. Address, The Mother Uray Co., LeRoy, N. Y. A lazy man works overtime telling other what to do. TEA The aroma of tea fine tea is almost enough to define the word to a dead man. A woman's clothes are a fine thins to five a man an idea of how much there Is in the world he can never un derstand. Every person thinking of visiting th Clntab Indian reservstlon In eastern Utah, to be opened for settlement August 28th, should have a Homeseekers' Guide and sectional map. It tells everything. Sent postpaid (or 60c. Address W. H. Em mons. 700 17th 8t., Denver, Colorado. 835 Ith Street. ODpnslle Court Honee. We are agents for Cyko Taper and Non Truat supplies. lcvlnptng a specialty. Mall your films Dr. Dav...

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 August 1905

Piver ProtpeetDi kit mtry 7 Am racf" r, Tao ,f oun'v, fn ( tSRMONT 0. STKVfcNai. 8. SeoonoVOtaas MaUi at thr Kftsr, Now Moxio", KoVjt. atjf hubsc'ripi tw. Ifkly, per yon.. 1.50 ;.ly, six.mouths. . . .75 fcskly. triree motitftv 40 locals. Xkiadepntin is sticking ore lipmwit. JSolt' Bid wall was-urar from KHz Wfnhtown, the ttrst-of the wu'ek on Jvjmou bnai rises . MllnW who h i l)Pon rle- KJf-iUie IJV?r h''1 a tiue ingJead - .n 1ijvt property. xti Ijiinart-!, thH Eli iteth town ESem Uaiit . van a viml r in camp to iylj;'.ade.M!i, ofQoe a pleasant tmt If. JR" 37 Yon ami two rlaogter rsra M"rl Stella nud Miss "fcsta C( tMb went to Ehz ibetlr i, today. JUvpli -It and 'f uni.lv who nr beao ejx'ii'tiDg two or thfee Banks Tj Ballavantl Anchor, on an mf'.'i'.;. ft fe their h.ti. ; nuar aiblo, j:ii3(lay. TVilnon '-.Mil yohn-iin una make a Kg striku on t fifetr pi-opei-tv nenr ?Se Irj(,-'pjnhnrJf. It resembles TSe Ihiepfk'1tjr,( on, and is ou Pbwftediv ex teat ion to that opesty. M. D. Fi -rco...

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. — 5 July 1906

1 PROSPECT VOL RED KTV13R, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO THURSDAY, .TrjLY 5, 1900. No n RIVER AT THE RETAIL STORES. iken from the Dry Good. Economist. New Vrtrk.) hes of very biuiid flowered Hbl n -in;.-ed on either bide. i. serge jacket RUits lidon ill gilt I., . iding and flit buttons. ' ;le reveru of white i ad wale to be worn Ii i :.r. i f white sum.ner tail i ompanled by white ostrich . -ih su.tfc, prettily trirai m . r i! Aejii'iiic, duck and linen ri.i . -oned trimmed tailors In d sffnm. ot blue, brown, gray and bin. .. 111! I it... 1 ' " JU8T ISSUED N E. W .DITION W ebster's u y X li " SUI MUM .ai-er national . .Mr.wm.i-w-. t i dictionary. Now Plate ThroMho 25,000 New WorH Mtrases and Definition? Prep.-.r;:d undir the direct supervision of W. T. HARRi4 Ph.D., LL.D., United States r.nmmiuinnpf nf .Rltll-.tiirv assisted by a large corps of fl competent Bfbcic.li'i c wC editors;'1' " - I ) H loh Bindings. .2A6t S -I'l .1 M.,, .r (i ,, .. ? Batter Than ver for K"j.t a Scfaool, an-i Of...

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. — 5 July 1906

T Prospector w Wmm NEW MEXICO. ror.it i. and Business, Bands of girls are sent orJt Into the world with what Is called finished educations, who cannot even give a proper recipe for money, to say noth ing of drawing a promissory note, a draft or a bill, or understanding the slgnl.lcance and Importance of busi ness contracts. 8uch a woman, writes U S Mnrden, In Success Magazine, presented a check lor payment the paying teller of her bank. He passed ii back to her with the request that she be kind enough to Indorse It. The l;:dy wrote on the hack of the check, "I have done buslnes with this bank for many yean, and I believe It to be all right. Mrs. James U. Brown." An other society woman In New York pi evented a check lor payment at the bank, and the teller told her that It was not signed. "Oh, do they have to be Blgned?" she responded. "What an nwfu; lot of red tape there is about he banking business.'' I know of a liu.y whose husband made a deposit f r her In a bank and gave her a ' ...

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. — 5 July 1906

TONIC JTREATMENT Weak Stomach and Sick Headache Cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. The symptoms of stomach tronble vary. Some victims huve a ravenous appetite, others lonthe the sight of food. Often there is a feeling as of weight oa the chest, a full feeling in the throat. Sometimes the gas presses on the lieurt and leads the sufferer to think he has heurt disease. Hick headncho is a fre uueut and distressing symptom. A weak stomach needs a digestive tonic and that there is no better tcuio for this purpose than Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is shown by the statement of Mr. A. O. Merrill, a mining man, of Onenls, Calif., a veteran of Battuliou O, Third ,U. 8. Regular Infantry. 1 " I had never been well since I left the army," he says, "alwayshaving had trouble with my stomach, which was weak. I was run down and debilitated. Could keep nothing on my stoninch, and at times had sick headache so bad that I did not care whether I lived or died. My stomach refused to retain even liquid food 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. — 5 July 1906

A. Ko 17. -7. lafl.tJ AVer Thursday at Red EU, , Ttioe out'. New MtJrteo. VASMWV- C. BTKVKNH. Publish it. Bhtoretl i NBoritfcCtaS Mttor ut the i i ,er, Mew hit asoo, r'-.tot. - RATES OP HI B6CK1 5TIOW I I C t C ' Vol. VI; Weekly, per year.". $1.50,i"f the Independence reduced the Weekly, six months.: TO fracture. Weekly, three 'month 40 i LOCALS. Go 1 Ste for bUitionarv j Ali Hedges was a visitor i Elis. abat'tr. I aunlay. j ... i to uli is our motkxftt ' I Out- Hu.l is' t-pei.diufc a v?eik i tens days m IimdloB omul tuaic're MtMy i J. &. Knowlua ! hud C urge Mallei.. .- e 4th in ftfcd :;. ,-vil Dried Beef, ri !, . led Pork, Ba nana, OiHiiges a id I u.. ipi at the 2V! TUvei Cash Stare. i omlding aiid will be nudei- the VVheu inSHlabthtowittr oall a j oiHuaKeuient of P. S. Wilsou, torin he Miner's Inu and get a -innate jciy Uiatoulur of the (J. S. Mint at eL" Mis. ,1 :.m Vickuf (Jauwr, Colorado. The oayt will btrg. W" j a OiuuCU Iustitutiou of the U"it- ft P. Vt eatbby attended p...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 12 July 1906

RED VER PROSPECTOR. ,.,t?r: KBD I! VOS OorjNTY, NSW MEXICO. THURSDAY, JtJLY 12, 1'fOf,. No 48 EPIGRAMS ON WOMEN. 'wslon wing maids ami perseverance dowa. Man Is fickle and woman capricious. Or vice versa. A woman acquires logic when she haa a checkbook of her own. It Is woman' most delightful quality that she Is not Interested In politics. The man who sums women up in a sentence is the man whom women can fOM with a phrase. The woman who Is attracted by the man of the masslv, brain will do wisely to marry bis good :Ui(,' brother. JUST ISSUED N p, W TESTER'S 4 . Dli lIUN.y.Y EDITION Webster's Int national onary Now Plates Tlyourhooff ' 23,000 New Words Phrases and Definition Prepared under the direct supervision of W. THARRIS Ph.D., LL.D., Uniled States Commissionei of Education, assisted by a large, cordis of competent speciast? ,and , editors. Kloh blndlns. , pMA Pan; . SO00 Illustrations Belter Than Ever for BsMstwJ oonoot, and UTfice. i . jn W sio puhlinh Webster's Collegiate Dict...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 12 July 1906

1 Red River Prospector RED RIVKR, NEW MEXICO. Salaries of State Officials. During this session of congress, ai In many previous sessions, the expe diency has been considered of raising the salaries of the higher officers of the national government and of the diplomatic and consular service. It Is coming more and more to be recog nized as a fact, says Youth's Com panion, that the richest nation in the world, occupying a country In which the highest business salaries In the world are cheerfully paid. Is neverthe less a niggardly paymaster of its high "St officers. For a large share. Indeed for most, of the minor positions In the government service the payment Is adequate. The earnings of the clerks in Washington and of moBt of the men on the civil service lists compare fa vorably with those of men doing sim ilar work for private employes. But for the president, vice president, mem bers of ,he cabinet and of the supreme court, the circuit court Judges, am bassad s and ministers, and ma...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 12 July 1906

Strange Cargo From the Amazon. One of the strangest cargoes a Tea sel could possibly have was unloaded at the Ixindon docks toward the close of March, says the Scientific American, ft consisted of several sacks filled with dried flics, consigned to a large firm of grain merchant. These files, orlginatlngin Brazil, have .been purchased for use In th manufac ture of food for chickens, cage birds and the like. They wvic caught on tho river Amazon by Brazilians, who travel up the river in fiat bottomed boata and who are provided with gauze neta, with which they capture these insects In millions, as files hover in dense clouds over many of the swampy reaches of tho Amazon. TlW files thus caught are killed, dried In the sun, and then placed in sackn. Upon arrival la Ixindon they are mixed with millet and other grain and are sold as chicken food, etc. Some time ago the Brazilian gjveinmenl. fearing that the fish In the Amazon river would be starved, forbade the ex portation of flies; hence...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 12 July 1906

F rcfipeo Vol. VI. Not. VUW fcw nhurriny at Re.i , HMti , 7io eouwry, ftv.' flf eweo. VRHMONT C. 8TKYKH8. Entered' a SefWNt-CU'in Matter at the Bad River, New Me!, Fbatofllrr. RATE OF HUttCRfPTION. ekly, per year.r. . . . W.'W Weekly, six months w'eekrv, Ihreo months. 40 fc ' LOCALS. J. O. Gill m Cerro last wpe twitin with his family. H- J Tjnce wn in Quests, Mon th v looking after hntrinesa. Th R. A FTnMon norrse wn- Kikl to Mrs H. J. Luce last wfPJt. All who have visited the Cnbris- 1 lake this rear, report fine fish ing and big hauls. Mr and Mru bTov Htiiffh vmit- cd in Erizibfthrown. Mondsy tak- isf Mr YoiiDt home. : Last week O. D Mallette and B. I). Diitcher took a fishing trip io v.ansto lane anrt report a line Hani or hsn. Wh-fyn in Elizabethtown.' - .il Li- Miner's I m and li a " qiiH.-e aoea)." Mrs. Jome Vickeir- ia iu chart;.-. Fred Melson and Johii K1iv visited Cabresto lake this wet k and brougkt home a long string . cf fish. Sam Bond and Jesse AsM'-miTi came over frorh...

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. — 19 July 1906

7 D RIVER s y . ii a k JL. V. JLVt Vui... VI KBD RTVHIft, TA0.8 COUNTY, !E MDXIOO. THURSDAY, JfJLY 19, 1906. No 49 PROSF DOIf'TS FOR BEEKEEPERS. Don't, allow any colonies to run short Don't raise herd of careless drones to cat up the profit. Don't expect the supply dealer to fill mil orders In nnr day. Don't tear open the brood neat unless them is a real necessity. Don't put otT making or baying hives .until the swnrius hanp oat. Don't encourage, suirming unless you run sell l ees nt a profit. Don't expect anything from weak colonies with poor old queens. Don't export each urikdty you have to jrlvp j .u a BO l ter r' ii.t. profit. JUST ISSUED N E. W EDITION Webster's Int er national Dictionary New Plates Throughout 25,000 New Words Fbr and Hrf..iit' ms Iirj5pared under the direct mupervlsion of W.'T.. HARRIS Ph.D., LL..D., UniteStates Commissiotiex of -Education, assisted by a large t.p3 of competent spcili.irts and editors. v' Klch filndlnaa. 0 9&j4 ?atea juuo Illustrative! Bet...

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. — 19 July 1906

MM if Mver Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Exploltntion cf the West. Five years ago we who lived In the far west were wondering when the marvelous resources ot onr one-third of the United States would he discov ered and exploited. To-day, says a writer in The Reader, we awaken to rind our forests stripped, the places where we pitched our tents, built our smudges and fried our bacon an'', game made desolate by the steam saw and the freight car. The rivers wnere we speared our s::lmon and the rushing waters of the northwest where we cast our seine have been made to fill the labeled Una of highly capitalized syn dicates, until the preservation of the "sock-eye," the most delicious of all ralmoh, has Lecome the subject of In terstate conference. The Immensj plains, whose phenomenal productlvl Ity made legends of our "Mu3Jel Sloughs" and our "Yuba Dams," are being tt'rned Into irrigated plalsances. Into tro. ley-strewn highways, into the dense Bbclal conditions of Ohio, Iowa and Illino...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
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