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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 19 July 1906

ChamplonWoman Ball Thrower. Mlas Margery Belle of the Univer sity of Chicago high school recently throw a regulation baseball 204 feet 2 inches, which breaks the world's rec ord for a tlirow by a woman by six feet, two Inches. The record was for merly held by a woman student at. Smith college. Miss Belle is the cham pion woman athlete in her school and throws a bnll like a man, with a full sweep of the arm. "Kow can I ;narry that man? I ab hor, desplsp, abominate him!" "There, there, dear! You can tell him all that after you've married him!" Opportunity comes to every man, but generally when it does he Is too busy earning bread and butter for qIb family to be able to take it, , ASIA II. Mis Will nnt mnko you nervim. Awk your ilrnler or The M. llyiiinn Cluar 00., MO nth Ntrwt, IK'nver. It Isn't alwayn the mat that makes tho mHn sometimes It's the pncldlng. Denver Directory A $40 SaddleHfor $28 co.d. For a Khort time only we offer this Raddle, steel horn. double cltirhe. wnol-llned 28...

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. — 19 July 1906

m Vi; NUh,d 'ry 'Jhm,day at Red jMti, 7Vo Count jf , Jew JMfteico. VRIIMQNT C. SFKVENS. Chtnrml ait SrrtondrClsaa Matter Ht the IM Rlr( mm Mxloc., Postornre. BATF.H 01 Bl lHOrtlPTiON eekly, ar year . . . , W W lfcekly, six numtha ,. .T Vfteklv. thro month. ,.40 , : : .'.'jjijiju- j.gt M)(iALS; Cbas OMftttd waa.avwitoi.-a4 8t tb"! T. A. Mdon aud' A'. D. Low w uu o Iretybttng expedition tc , "'" i"'"" -ek. Two or three, strikes have been ei;r (I h.U'v that something w-il I anid tibo' t Inti r nn. iH&. B4V.und.MrM. B. T. Ereiihrilrt. tlx y. eoiild pick iip them lliw -mn ganat oi (C. H. Brigbam ht ilioiuaiidi. The party at iir-f con atauonlw4 Sunday. , BiBtt;d of sixUhjii. It oonsMtal of aid'. Price an 1 C. A. ;ole v;i(eT' ;th Bioyd Anwuntioe the Uratjili We wetrJi ou the Lr-rimer. H. tl. Vfst hs piitrhasul the j Mr. R'ld Mrs. (i. L. Moad. Mi.- UiihiiHtlitt.wn Meat Statkat of R j irtia Osborue, J. W. Melsnnnnd C MiJes and is now reqpestinft aaiihrtr Wne, John Meleon, Mr. t-ifprtanna...

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. — 19 July 1906

THE CELEBRATED CASE THAT WON CIVIL RIGHTS FOR INDIANS Order Issued by Carl Schurz,While Secretary of the Interior, Brought Long-Standing Trouble to a Crisis. SPLENDID ORATION MADE BY INDIAN CHIEF Eloquence of Standing: Bear, Pleading: for His Own and His People's Rights, the Cause of An Ovation in Crowded Nebraska Court Room Judge Dundy's Famous Decision. Omaha. The late Carl Schurz Is best remembered In Omaha as the cause of the American Indians being admitted to full citizenship In this country not through his taking the side of the red men in the long struggle, but because he, as secretary of the interior, issued an order which so aroused the west to the wrongs of the Indian that a cru sade was started in Omaha which reached to all portions of the United States, lasted seven years, and ended by supreme court decisions and legisla tive enactments making thfl Indian as free as a white man if he choose to be so, and to accept the conditions of civilization. Schurz had the order issu...

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. — 19 July 1906

Red River Prospector RED RtVER. NEW MEXICO. Don't Ignore the Sioney Side. No matter what your vocation may be, you must be a business man first, or you will always be piaced at a gteat disadvantage In Mi? practical affairs of life. We cannot entirely ignore the money side jf existence any more tban we can the food side, and the very foundation of a practical, successful life is the ability to tnow how to man age tlis money ltd effect.vely, write Dr. O. S. Marden. In Success Mri3me. It Is infinitely 1 ardtr to sine money anil to Invest It wiseiy than to nialie It, and, if even the in .st practical men, men who have had a long trninins in scientific business methods, find it n difficult thing to hold on to money after they make It. what is likely to happen to people vho have had prac tically no training in business meth ods? If every child- in America had H thorough business training, tens o thousands of promoters, long-headed, cunning schemers, who have thriven on the people's ignora...

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. — 26 July 1906

u RED RIVER roR. S9IMB -I 'i. I 'J ,.,, RBI LMVliiR, TAOS GQfJNJX SEW MEXICO. THUBSPAY, JgL 96, 1900. No 60, -BCAR LIVESN HERMIT HUT .Administrator .Unaware of Oriraly's Presence TJntll Knocked Through the Entrance. Lo Angeles. Oal. Near the old San Gabriel mission, within nine mtita 01 thtt city of 20U.000 souls, a hemm has lid for many years in a liule auobe hut. He dud and was burled. Not Hav ing an; known relatives, Deputy ...iin i'.trai.ir I'eiennlcnel went out to tLe shack to Uke charB 01 the oid man s Sects. In the 40 years that Scnor Don occu pied the adobe, no'llvlug sou), save ..x bif, had crossed its Urn mh,, i v v..c. hermit died suddenly away troui tno JUST issued N E. W EDITION Webster's International Dictionary Near Plates ThrtU4W.uri 25,000 New Words Phrases and Definitions at Prepared under the diced supervision of W.X-HARR.' 3 Ph.D., LL.D., United Bta&v Coin missioner of Ed ucat iw, ; , assisted by a large corps 01 competent cis.; k,. editors. Risk aWmdlrvaa. f...

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. — 26 July 1906

D Red River Prospector RED RIVER. NEW MEXICO. Making Electricity. A wind power e metrical plant la Indiana Is a successful novelty. The devices heretofore tried for thla pur pose l av,, u . unity failed because of the variability of the power. By the new method electricity Is generated as a by-product in the course of the windmill's servlco in driving a water pump. The water la led Into a hy draulic regulator built on the princi ple of a water lift In which jjr pres sure Is controlled by weights. Ap proximately a uniform bead pressure of 75 pounds corresponds to the ca pacity of the water pumped by a ten foot windmill wheel. This Is in creased to 100 pounds for a 14-foot wheel. The water Is discharged from the hydraulic chamber by means of automatic valves. This regulator Is the means of maintaining an even pressure under all conditions wheth er the windmill Is revolving fast or slow. Under the uniform pressure the water is passed from the hydraulic chamber through a water motor to ...

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. — 26 July 1906

.1 THE AGRICULTURIST Abot Fare, mi FrahfAMet and Seirtitteeu to Boy aa Ttag Mm Who Mar Eater r Reaaia in Tale Vacatioa Maay Facte of Profitable aod Eteamlc Mil I, By NATH'L C. FOWLER. JR. Author of "Tha Boy How to Help Him Succeed," "Bulldlnt Bualneat "DollaraintiSefnea," "Practical ftibHdty." Fowler', Cyclopedia of Publicity end Prlntlne." "Gumption,'' Etc. - "tgy In the world's dictionary the farmer Is denned as a plain tiller of aoll, and the agriculturist or planter as one who has lifted the farm on to the plane of business. The term farmer, however, covers that bast company of workers rho, by the planting of the seed, raise any kind of a harvest, or who breed and raise cattle and other stock. The railroad may cease running, and tilings will continue to live. The stock board may board up Its doors, and the world will continue to move as It haul been moving for centuries, subject only to transient financial cloudiness. Most businesses may go out of busi ness, and the profesFlonal...

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. — 26 July 1906

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Storming to Occultism. A fiwfrtlcal age; we do not belter' In ranch of anything unleaa, Indeed, It lears the trademark of science The litellectual fashion la all for ma terialism. For the rest there la onl; an easy Incredulity. And yet, aays Everybody's Magazine the paradox la curious never was the world so phost-rldden. Never has It turned ao wistfully to the occult. Never has it listened with an expectation so pain ful, at that closed door behind which mysterious silences stretch away tho door of the tomb. I dare say It io natural enough. Always In epochs o. unbelief, when the conservative form of faith are weakened, there is an Im mense growth of vague supernatural ism. It was In the cynical eighteenth century, when Voltaire had sneered re ligion out of fashion, that sorcerers, fortune tellers, magicians all the Mesmers and Cagllostros ruled the world. Our new century, quite a skeptical, is equally In love with the marvelous. Only the f...

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. — 26 July 1906

HOT TERRIBLE JTCHING SCALP. Eczema Broke Out Also on Hands andl iambs An Old Soldier Declare: "Cutlcura la a Blessing." "At all times and to all people I am willing to testify to tfie merit of Cutlpura. It saved me from worse than the tortures of hades, about the year 1900, with Itching on my scalp and temples, and afterwards It com menced to break out on my hands. Then It broke out on my limbs. I then went to a surgeon whose treat ment did me no good; but rather ag gravated the disease. I then told him 1 would go and see a physician In Erie. The reply was that I could go anywhere, but a case of eczema like mine could not be cured; that I was too old (SO), i went to an eminent doctor In the city of Erie and treated with him for six months, with like results. I had read of the Cutlcura Remedies, and so I sent for' the Cutl rurn Soap, Ointment and Resolvent, and continued taking the Resolvent until I hnd taken six bottles, stopping It to take the Pills. I wbh now get ting better. I to...

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. — 26 July 1906

u r m r etc Yd. VI. . ' fmhntkr Ft fry Jhuriiywht Bed iMt, Trrrt County, ffrtn itefico. BB " VERMONT C. 8TEVBI. , PUBT-WHWH i Bfrtm-' SrAmd.Plaaa Mr ( the i RATFH OF Hr-BffORnPTTO-n i PfceWy, Tr-yerr: HfH JPewkly, aixrm.Tthir. j th WtmkW, ibre TwmW., '1 X . . inrtTft' vuift men iiibkh im moat.- iniw fcltllf World If von want fresh pare- candy 1) at Uncle Steve's ' L. F. HmiuHu whb up from Qih-h. B), on business Tuesday. Miss Muriel Young was ove-t fttn Wlzaliethtowu, Sunday M. 1h Hawk -aud ou William fx lHjwbehhfownv ndtoy t Meet tlWir friend. . . Seeprhal beet grr! of yours nit tea if sHe iyoar wire by bn-riny tfj at Steve's. Il Miss Stella Yonug of Blhatytt Wwb, was a few days this week the ' gvest ell Miss Yebta CoiMti.' The four month tern of school for Red1 River wril close Friday vita pivnie up Mallet te canon. Wifl'ian McKean, the Taos at teraey, after spending a .wi'k i" town en bnsiness and pleasure re.; hrraed t Tsns the first of the weelc. i Mr. F. S. Teunant and dnnh' ri...

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. — 2 August 1906

PROSPECTOR. VOL. VI RED RIVER, TAQ&GOUNTT, NEW EICO. THURSDAY, A 00081' 2, 1906. No 51 "rarv" RED 'IYER f tJ e ilty -y tue. Orel one to break the solltt.dV ol thi uwallimj. WOe,. firjD , ,". i'cmT t he pushed ope l' the door it a so ctarll CitMK LIVES (N HERMIT HUT nslde that ob)td Were not dianngulBii H,n,.. r "IT ible, so he stapp.! Inside. Thb lie wa B.am.,ustrator Unaware of Oriealy'. confronted Dy grizZy bear which roe, freMnce Until Knocked through to his hind feet and wub a. blow of hU the Eutrano. .w sent the deputy flyints through th. . . door. The deputy did not etop to in io Angeles. Gal. Near the old San ventory the property', biit took to his uabrlol m.ssio.i. within nine m.ie ol neei. Tne bear followed him out of the -hie City oi u.uoo souls . herh.it has snack and then struck out in the direc .i .eot urn tar m a little Ujbt aon of the mountains, it Is though, out. He died alwi was burl. n Ni . ,:av- that Druln found toe door of the shacl, - ' . relatives,. '....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. — 2 August 1906

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Indian Eduaction That Counts. The Indian school at Chllorco baa Jiiat graduated the largest class In lu history, and some of its graduates and many of Its other classes win help she sugar beet raisers In the vicinity of Rocky Ford, Col., during the vacation. Over 150 of the young Indians are now engaged In this work in that district, and will remain there until the crop ia all gathered. They will be back in the school In the fall, ready to resume their studies. At fchllocco and many of the other government schools the young Indians get the right sort of education to fit them for their new role In life. The education is equally divided between the books and the workshops. The boys and girls are taught all that la Imparted In the ordinary grammar schools of ihe country, and a little more, In some cases. In addition the boys are taught to make and repair harness, to shoe horses, 10 build bouses, to do farm work of various sorts, to raise and ...

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. — 2 August 1906

f 0OT?eW NAVAL BCftO f New York. Ensign Bagley, one of the heroes of the sea fight of Car denas harbor, is dead, the Spanish war is history, but the other hero of that conflict of shells with shells and Americans with Spaniards and smoke powder with smokeless powder is still living, Capt. Frank H. New comb, a native of Boston, the com mander of the Hudson, the only hero of the Spanish war who received a gold medal from congress. He was Lieut. Newcomb six years ago, and now he is Capt. Newcomb, the super visor of anchorages ani the purchas ing officer at the port of New York. Some day the histories will refer to the sea fight of Cardenas harbor on the afternoon of May 11, 1898, as a typical brave, rash exploit of the' American seaman. They will men tion Bagley's name in sonorous para graphs, Lieut. Bernadou's name in other sonorous paragraphs, and they also will tell of how Lieut. Newcomb, commanding officer of the ex-revenue cutter Hudson, a wooden boat, ran in under destructive mas...

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. — 2 August 1906

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. fui geon-Made Man. It In probable that most persons will prefer to go through life with a whole skin in spite of the reassuring com ment of a Phlxlelphla ufgeon on a recent operation In Rochester, Minn., that "It makes little difference If a man does lose a few Inches of his Intestines.-' There Is plenty of scien tific authority on his side, remarks the New York Worlii. Prof. Elie Metchnl koff, of the Pasteur Institute, in Paris, even holds that civilized man would be better off if he should lose a little of his alimentary tract, which still re tains the proportions be required when in a navage state. The vermiform appendix has been found to be not only a superfluity but a sr-i rce of disease. The surgeons seern to be the only class to profit by It, vet few pel' sons with healthy vermi form appendices arc so unselfish as o effer to part with them. In Los Angeles surgeons report with pride that they have Just taken out a man's heart, washed...

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. — 2 August 1906

Sensible Military Change. The French army ha Juat given up the drum. That waa a sacrifice from the standpoint of sentiment, but whnt really Rood purpose did It serve? It Is an nwkward thing to transport anil easily broken. It does not produce music nnd soldiers can keep step with out Its assistance. It Is only within the lat fow years that the suicidal foollah ness of wearing bright uniforms In ac tual warfare was rpcognlzed. The folly of thlR was borne In upon England dur ing the Boer war. The men of the Transvaal were fine long-distance marlinmen and they put many of the most lordly mansions of Britain in mourning. There remains still another useless military Incumbrance the officer r sword. It Interferes with his movements and Is no longer of use In fighting. Cleveland Leader. Champion Woman Ball Thrower. Miss Margery Belle of the Univer sity of Chicago high school recently threw a regulation baseball 204 feet 2 inches, which breaks the world's rec ord for a throw by a woman by s...

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. — 2 August 1906

T K awl ijiwti1 sunt 2 r vr. Prospector, l5l. t. Vol. VI v avViaAtyi .rVrffy Thvrniinf at. Jfkit .JWw, 7Vo County, AVi Mexico. VRXtfONT C. 8TKVKN8. PtlBLTRIfRR .JnTred a Seoonrl'CTiKa. Mnttr nt tbe Snj Klver. New Mexico, PoatDfur.-. RATRH OF SUKSCIMPTTOV Rdpltly, tt yoar.;.. ...... Fltf' Veekly, sis month. . 7" TFooItlv, Hire month.. 4f LOCALS1. , able time at'd thev also had the G v. .M.ii:n. WV family wewltrtfeMttT- pf attends a weddimr flBitow in Tas Isaf week. If you wsnr fVeh pnr ominIv mil at. Unrle Ht.ve's Fred Wilton ro-'dH a btn-inrw trip to ISIiz&bethtown, Monrtnv. Ifppth i hent t'iil of yi'iirKS'"pft. Wpt if she is your vifa by Hi rVilro Del Dnsso lpft nar week icr Trfifdad. ('olnrsiln, on hnilW aarj 'r, visit. with his family tor H fcw weeRs. LatternuT left Mr 'h.y i fnr Cimarron but will return In n frw dnys and stmr work OH hip jprc.perties in this rbl riet. An-echantr, sayn. "The TC-'-ka- ivi 'luiiansrtre now govei-- jd by woreen. So yon W, th KTelta IW)0 Indians ...

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. — 9 August 1906

7 7- ELmD VUL. VI RS lilt, TAGS COQNTV, N'BW MEXICO. THUR8DAY, AOGD8T 9, 1900. 62 PROSPECTOR. 1 vl V UK. Go to StevoV for Stationary, AeU contain. . r tl '.r. M half of - populutioii A thu earUi, and uropo neari one-ft. u-th. The finest cotton In bat grown ou 1' v,w gnndy lslanc - lylnr;on U.ecoasU vt South Carolina an ' flee .'da. .'"mall farms are the ruin in Japan, and aver; font of land is put to usa. The far. -.t:' who has iuort than ten acres u considered a monopolist. Probably the youngest general In tho world is a nephew of the late snah of Persia, a boy not yet 14 ycu.ra old. He holds the rank of full general la the Persian army. for tho student r.r. ' :ti - an authoritative it fo.-cr.o; 6 '.: schools, ter.cbc" . and professio.-'l :'s , book which offer i . crior c.'v tagca in the so'i.l Wftko of'iis i formation,, en J the casj v.iln th! it ia obtained. One'n admiration rcr 'ebstoi Jjotr- national DJctJOnHry tnr flail j' as it ettrcj to ba " ' known. It ncv?? rci.re? fcn-at...

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. — 9 August 1906

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. No Abiding Cine of Rich Men. It Is quite unnecessary in this coun try tO feel alarm about the rise ot a permanent class of very rich people, de lares Charles W. Eliot in World's Worh. To t;..smtt great estates is brd. They get divided or dispersed, the heirs are often unable to keep 1helr Inherited treasures, or if. by the help of lawyers and other hired agents, they r.anage to keep them they cease to accumulate and only spend. This Is one of the natural effects on his chil dren cr the very rich man's mode of life. With rarest exceptions the very flch r.ien of to-day are not the sons of the very rich men of 30 years ago, but are new men. It will be the same 30 yeans hence. The wise rich father will 'try to put his sons into tho benefi cent professions and occupations which have strong Intellectual and moral in terest, and in which pecuniary inde pendence is a distinct advantage. Such are the public service in elective or ap iwlntive office...

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. — 9 August 1906

Nut Furnish Cheap Living. Norfolk. Virginia, ban a cltlwn ;whose food costs him but 11.55 a TiM.ni i, and he la Increasing In fatness. He Is 8. 8. Wright. Here Is his own Testimony: "During the last month I have lived on $1 .55 and fared sumptuously; had (all 1 desired to eat, gained two pounds (in weight and never felt better in my life. The only food I have eaten dur ing the month has been eleven pounds of nuts (brazils and pecans) 13 cents' worth of peanuts (roasted) and one pound of raisins. Some of this 1 nhartil with friends. This has been an experiment with me. as T have read much about nuts as a diet and re solved to try them. 1 am more amazed than I can tell you at the results of the last month." A Miner Mummy. A miner who lost his life 2,000 year3 ago has been taken from a copper mine in Chile recently. Copper oxide has mummified his whole body. The mummy Is In a fine staie of pr?serva tlon. Coarse sacking, evidently the clothing of the ancient lnca workman, was found with...

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. — 9 August 1906

L-a.mJ ! !. J-frerj IMmadUp at Red Trio Covntp, Afevr Mexico. Hrmovr ( (WKVRNB. PCBIW ' K nrrw1 a Rwinrt-Otiiaa Mtr Ht the Rlr. NVw Mexico. PnMoWce. ratw of HCRsrHrprroN 1RHty, Vr your 'Vr' I Taekly, a'x montha M mono, "'T Z .1, R von wmii frwili pure candy ' fill Bt Unclf-vStpvr'H Mrc. B. T. ErgenbnVdit- and lui lone .Melt-on wero Bliaarhsth lewr visitor yesterday. CHarlt Brink of. Garland, (..'.lo . ma in town thia morning havinv ,in:!it Mr. Blown in tiom iba't lihraoe PiUnuin left vebU.unv r. n't- A 1st, Colored, ybMW .'ii fi.tber I-ir. li!ig! a Put man, it it pr-fent. 6to B. Bro"ii, np'" int"idi'n! ai ih- Lillian Tnnoel Minim; Will bsOoinpftoy, ttrH ! imm Pwi liis morniiif.-. Whi i bo has Ueen in ike interest of that company. William GUI ol Ark-i:isa C. Iansa.s, who h;..-. b en the guest ! A. IV Hawk trie past tw week ihft Tusiday fur California. Ed: Price is RrtioK a fino ooH PPtioil Of VlrWH Hi t Ins section . ilv lMOofGld Hill that, mniiot wry well be bt-n as well as n inm 3r...

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