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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 6 December 1906

RIVER PROSPECTOR. Vol. vu BED RIVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1906 No 18. RED THE NEW STORE R. W. PENN Prop. Stap'R sand Facy Groceries Fish and Salt Meats Huv and Grain. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Candies an r uts. CALL VN'flSRR CS AT Bond- ( v usdorf - McCarthy Company. KTiA DQU ARTER8 FOR- Froceries. G'oihing, Boots and Shoes farming- Jmpl mjcpts and Miners Supplies 'jUua.ivaKe and .Furniture. BOND VUSDORF McCARTY CO, 1 aes, New Mexico. I0 BE GIVEN AWAY V'Sfat.kadflunM Fmbir lrr lutHt a in I anal nn croud nil "1 & '.rymrtt ehuT-n Cetn-.-r Ifc e tllxf I in.) with 0 DoAfn fc jA AfS In j 2i)tfli.',- C.-,: - . : Aju ) .t . fr ssic solj, 1 IBkuKmark. '- (i.:tvr .. . I far i ulu .. I iV.tImi I raves tad sv nventiviwl IjcS .. f I-MfVf . urnaiiitnitatlua. 1U- AD UKFKR BELOW &e NEW 1PEA Woman's M .axine without e' ?iitUn, the finest i. entmajrafnepiiVIUhed, ft U an authority on all hQt1 tit -mlftitir to Jre.---.. ami ..cnii: Dm litest .-irt'1 most bracqcu Style to h...

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 December 1906

T 4 Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Journalism of To-Day. The versatile Emperor of Germany la the latest .-Itlc of modern journal ism. He deplores especially the lack of preparation on the part of thoso who engage In the business of molding public opinion. To obtain recognition in the ministry, the law, medicine, or even dentistry, years of application re sulting in tangible evidence of pro ficiency are required. This, he thinks, is as It should be, but In journalism, he asserts, a lad of 20 may sally forth, notebook In hand, make a collection of baseless rumors, and forthwith pro duce and publish articles which may set the world on fire. The Emperor Is not the only one who cherishes this delusion respecting the method of making newspapers. Even in this en lightened country, many otherwise well-informed persons reganl with a species of awe the smart young man seeking an Interview. They behold in him one who possesses mysterious power and authority. As a matter of fact, r...

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 December 1906

FEEDING A RUBBER PLANT. Woman Caret For 8peclmen Scientific Manner. in a A woman who lives In a little (Sat on West 28th street has a rubber plant which she considers king of Its kind, says the New York Press. Stand ing on the sill of her front window. It reaches almost to the top of the upper pane, some of Its leaves being over eighteen Inches long. "It puts forth one new leaf every week without fail," she explains proudly. "And did you ever see such a fine gloss and quality of the leaves of any other rubber plant? "I'll tell you how it Is It's all due to feeding It properly. My plant gets good, rich food. Every time I buy mutton or beef for dinner I wash It carefully In a saucepan, instead of holding it under the spigot, and after ward I pour the water, which has some of the blood of the meat in It. over the roots to give them strength. Then I also give my plant a table spoonrul of codllvor oil once a week, I feed It to the earth, and the plant drinks It up. "1 never heard of any ...

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 December 1906

Mi rd Evrjf Ihurnrlny at Red IV Tao C oimty, New MtTtro. HJM MONT C. PTKVEMS. ftriri-l n SMond-GltM Matter Ht the Ef.' River. New Mexico, Poi.tofTlce. HATT"C OF HBBSf'KiPTION feMy,.j- i year J.1..j0 n-Sry, nix niontlta 75 w.. t fh,. m,.nn. ! So h Sfeve'tt rVir Stationery . C. A.Endennfin left camp Tups. 4iy n eek ago We Ric haviu' boom crMUgabl'e father th ptfttweek. f f!. "Aevmm nude a huivuesB .r to Bmob lH(t Fi iday. J. D. Mulatto .iud wif rolurn. ii trom ili.' Sun Luis Valley Sun. y. Tho fini'et Euirlinh valiHit" ever jiouylit to Red River can it S:eve'e. he found ! J. L. CummiriR anil .1. M. Mond if firishinR the annual work on Ht Uiueral King this week. Rftlpft Dutcher left for the Si a Lnis valley looking for a jasitioii for the winter. ihi'u in FSItMbathtown, oall at 11 Jliner'n I tin and Lfct a'sijuitre aal." Mrs. .James Yicker is iu ' Je8e Yon OK FiHiik and John It-it ic returned from Eli.abeth tewn to Resume work on Mr. Gar aau's !.!:-iii tr clBiniB. has. Brink ! doing bb...

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. — 13 December 1906

RIVER PROSPECTOR vol. vh RD RIVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW 0. THURSDAY, DECE.URER l: ;oi; No 19. RED THE NEW STORE R. W. PENN Prop. , pz: ll 'ill Stap'r and Fancy Groceries focB r-r d Salt Meats Kav r.nti Grain. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Candies an r ut CALL IN" .c AT r.' v. )inpany. ' ::; : ccarterr for- TSrccarJar ;ng, BOND wsww Ta ::. !few TO BE GIVEN AWAY BMl Mi iii'ii nlwiati j flUI. ilinni I wi 4 y i tm.li . li-lt Oyi'EiT BKLCW Gfie NEW IDEA Woman's Magazine fc,wfth"tn Mcpttahtha jjil flfl rani nuanrtMiniiHW'i fc I j.it' Tit tU ftll Ui.'ilK r.S (.inimiwr io ui:-,t, aiin tlir UtrU an in"-' in . -! )' t.. Ic found Id. -it wrirebs x a moitoMta Mi en , tl" Nl W WoMAH'S MAtiA t tiki a 4Uvm Wattv. f-Uuli inie rontsUni Utustra '.nai In i mI' i , -'-.us tfaJI mdfjKts fmrvMtlHf to. hph fii t)u utrtt H i. Bcttt yniir i mwi ay itfiM jrnls and v 11 emer youi aaaNat I I Dfruiicyi rM kail als the 1. V i . Ii ty (iuUil sli .r sin , t .,tl ,11 lllls M I jpTWfcuFuuLis;nNoco.,e - . I i I Tie S3nart Set. Mat...

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 December 1906

Red River Prospector KKD RtVER. NEW MEXICO. Ventilation In Winter. It Is beginning to be more generally realized (that tbe overheating and toiiUy Tjintllatlon of dwellings la an Important factor In predisposing to many forms of illness. The custom of living In rooms habitually kept at temperature above 70 degrees Fah renheit, and with the atmoaphere sur charged with noxious gases and defi cient in the moisture necessary for the health of the delicate linings of the air passages, renders the body much less able to resist tbe efforts of exposure to cold and wet, and Is one of the most Important reason why. In aonie families, coughs and colds are matters of every-day occurrence. The studl news of the air produced by the presence of numerous people In small rooms Is due not only to the consump tion of oxygen and the accumulation of carbon dloxld gas, but also to the formation In small quantities of a highly poisonous substance called "crowd-poison." In addition, noxious gases arise from...

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 December 1906

ilAlAit UU.At UUA A DESPERATE GAME By Julian (Copyright, 1900, by Barney Morlarty had done well for himself. StartlnR with nothing but health and ambition, he Rot a city lot on the strength of money he did not have, and then got the money on the strength of owning the lot. After this ho built a monument to his own suc cess In the form of an apartment house In which he set up his own home, and on the granite front of which he blazoned his triumph In carved letters reading "Moriarty Mal onette." Hy a mere chance, no one except Florence, the elevator boy, was at hand when Miss Cordelia Byrne called to Inspect the fifth floor back, which was advertised for rent. She took It and her furniture came the next morn ing, when Mr. Moriarty was again ab sent. Miss' Byrne was about 20 years of age, slender, of middle stature and dressed habitually in black or dark blue. How anyone who looked at her melting blue eyes, her sensitive pout ing mouth, and her pale complexion, enriched by her auburn h...

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 December 1906

V ftp Prospector, Vbf. fi. E 1 1 K AlTl KD I? TA' H. J. LUCE & CO. WILLIAM McXEAf. ' 1 N K I Unite,! Mr. and Mrs. JfljB Lowery are ,1 '. ( )j . ( '..lei ti MprinH. Atton t-Law. Rr.d ff. DEALERS IN Tnt ( mint), A HJUt'.NT 0. PTEVT5N8. PrT,rsHPR Jntsrod an S. pond-CIa. Mnttpr at the id River. Met Mexico, PolwfRe. BATE OF trVBSORIPTIOTT Weekly, r"r ywv $1.50 nVkr, --i-.lv. nth mr.ntha. . ,.40 Go-to R'' i Tor .Stationery. E. P. WettfrSy pancht three fine ftsbcata in Mr trap the piist W:ek. a'Vy are Unuiiea. "When in r.liioatiitovn, call at 1lf 5i hnei r Inn mi op I n"8iiinri' tef?il."5l'r Jamt Yickor i$ in m ' Mrs. T .MfHWM), Whorff. health lit, been (iiiorly Istftly, fins fnrim. Jiovnl th.it stn fart uftUe time. co n uow ait up H. G. B ' ;hHtB ir doing the as. HtBieut work tin two of tho elaiius CTinetl by tbtVQashter Mining and Millibg Company. Wlilfaol Eraser of the Frasier Copper MoiiDtitin Compa:iy at t Twiriini is iu New Yoik on luutUiu I tiMiiesa The Sumliiy evening tlaes mee...

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 December 1906

RED RIVER PROSPECTC VL. Ml BE HIVER, TAGSeOlWOW, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 190A. No '2a a HE NEW STORE JR W. PENN Prop.. Staple and Fancy Groceries JFreh and Salt Meats Hav and Grain. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Candies and Nuts. Tobacco and Cigars. CMJ. VNDSRK I'S AT THE POSTOFFICE. Bond -Oasdorf- McCarthy Company. rItJ?ADvr ART K 118 FOR "Grocefe,, Girthing, Boots and Shoes Farming ImpV merits and Miners Supplies Hardware and Furniture. BOND GISDGRF Taos, New 10 BE GIVEN AWAYfl JteSaVMtaflme wKroidf ry Outfit, upr ! on j fiV. 'It' riTir.! iMt.li.lrr , W I chuVft J. LWif.in-j n Cuteruicc i lUJ Icul tth 6 V- hins for sailor lull. 1 ' i . J Autumn l "tw And want orr.trtenttUon. , I Woman's MatfKln I S B..fth tm eptfim.t'n ' rM-tr.nt mwine pi NMieI.J ill jVitalr us Wtrst an I moat r.t "i.il -. l b founJ 9 Unwhrr athe.iit.'M'ind wntlt I f vu wUhtu tteets well i S .Pet1' 1 n-e. ih New ' : a W'imak's Mac. a I I t . li.r. I reWiU -4 I i b I imrreanng ly i ww. ... their : He. S- !j ..- n-...

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 December 1906

n Dirtiest country trouble TSrcoiint of the scarcity What becomes of the dimes? Ad official In Washington sug gests that because the country Is pros perous peoplo keep dimes In their pockets to hear them jingle. This po sition is not tenable, because any other coin would jingle just as well, and if people are to prosperous as to find pleasure In jingling coins In their pock ets they would be likely to use larger ones for tho purpose. The penny-ln-the slot machines are held responsible for a scarcity of pennies. Street car lines and automatic telephones accu mulate nickel five-cent pieces, but there is no particular use for dimes that would cause them to be concen trated In the hands of a few corpora tions. It 1b not likely that they are hoarded in children's savings banks to the extent that pennies and nickels are, because It does not take many dimes to make a dollar, and dollars are deposited in banks where they draw Interest and then the coins are released to go back Into circulat...

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 December 1906

THOSE HAPPY DAYS WRITER RECALLS THE DELIGHTS OF HI8 BOYHOOD. When Life Was, More Or Leas, One Continual Round of Joy Particu lar Pleasure In Teaching the Calf to Drink. Tea, sir! Boyhood's happy days, of course. We know about that. We haven't forgotten the Joy of sleeping In an unfinished loft In winter, when our breath froze to the bedding and 'we had to thaw out with a hot flatlron every morning. Morning, too! We got up at four a. in., pitch dark, 84 below zero, And still going down! We had to get up, hustle out and feed and milk the low ing herd, curry the rear elevation of the family mule, wake the rooster up to crow, thaw out the pump, chop four cords of wood and shovel away the snow to make room for the sun to rise! Sometimes we went to school In the winter not often. Only on the days when It was too cold and stormy to go outdoors. Then we sat on a nice, cool board about 50 feet away from the stove and gayly blew at our fin gers and picked icicles from our hair. And, as we sat...

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 December 1906

1 !. Prospector, irtfca.i vol. vrr. B. P Weetonv hl"" penIiog a few days m Elizabethtowu this week. HOTlrF or APPLir 1T10S FOR t Nl V KD STATE r ATENT. H. J. LUCE & GO jH' J.rrry Ihvrttlay at Pert Jtiw, , Tt Cmtn' j, Sew JrVHco. vtntoirc o. stsvicns. PlTBl.tSHKR. td River, New Mealao, Pcte. J .- 1 ," - RATES OF . ! i.imOJT. r, : , ta tl.50 Weekly, si- a- nl 76 Weekly, tbtve months 40 Oo to Sfev'a lor HUtioosry. Lee Paine the Qoeeti Llaekstnith Iras bihi rind last Moi1Vi T A MhIhi.h and 3i W. Thoinp .ton left law vretk tor Katun on a fitigbiinp )xpdi iort, egbartee Bunk n r.i ied T..eaday .'tojii ft. Garland, C omdo, w lie if Jfci !-!'' a wet with his family Jack You. t; ot Q was in bmitn JE" last week in aonneotion srith thu Pedro Barv!l . inardei ease. Wl.eo in FJibethtoWn, call h, the Mine a Inn and ktt a"square lxiri " M : j. Jaoieb N icker is in Aafse. Henry J. Young, marc hand hi Qut-fctn aim Cerro, has returned fiosa Denver, Colorado where he lies hi i a sp'udin a month on...

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 December 1906

RED RIVER PROSPECTOR VOL. Tlf RED RIVER, TAGS COUNT, NEW MEXICO. THCR3DAY. DECEMBER 27., UK!. No 21. THE NEW STORE R. V. PENN Prop. .Stqp'rntl Fancy Groceries Fict cr d Salt Meats HiMf and Grain. GEENERAI, MERCHANDISE ..Candle, and r vt, Tobacco and Cigars. OADL Al-IS ' r.S AT THE POSTOFFICE. Bond - Gtaedorf - McCarthy .JTcmpany. ISroceries, ( farming ijmifl fmft IkKv-VHe f. mmf Mccarty co, Tacs. New Mexico. ft 0 BE GIVEN AWAY; mum EmbrrUlery Outfit, .- on good ma- IvH tm.) with r Doffes CA NEW IDEA Woman's Marfaine Earfthout em aptlon.thc finet 50-cnimMa7in,rublU)iel. n kji atrtlionty on all matten rtalnlri, to dnjm, anJ' itltu ttre litest and m-t (Tarta! s:le-. to I e f' ..n.f nrMt M UM.IMfiSflM WMU If v I t Mi talrcs6 h'cII K.n?Hlerate expettv! the Nrw 1UL vo.M ar" Maua iutK 14 a iilrive nncsaitv. KacK (i-e rtjufclm. Itli.im- Jntwiort. It irem also rf aJ sul.jis , lutfffMtii' -t-i fn in fVlr home life. SRd viiUI Mmr -l ltli 50 cents liA i r will eiilei yotu rlt -ci. nit one e..r,...

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 December 1906

Red River Prospector 0XD RIV2R, NEW MEXICO. Success and Failure. Peary (ailed to reach the North Pole, but he got nearer to that eluatve proposition than any other of the numerous explorers who have tried to penetrate to that arctic region that has been so long an undiscovered coun try. He was within 191 miles of the pole, a short distance from the poli't desired. If the transportation In the frozen north were equal to our own In the matter of Bpeed over good rail roads. Peary beat the record of Capt Cagnl of the Italian Duke of Abruzzt expedition by over 50 miles, and la to be praised for his persistency and courago, but, nevertheless, many are asking what particular good has been accomplished by hlB efforts? Even If he had reached the regions where It Is claimed there are 3,000,000 square miles of unoccupied territory, would this have been of any benefit to hu manity at large? asks Boston Budget. Would the country have been Inhabi table, and If It were, how would in tending settle...

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 December 1906

mmm VITALITY THE MAIN THINO. He Who Hat It Pulls Through, tho Other Patient Dies. Two men undergo operations of tb sara character in a hospital. Tle name surgeon does the work. The con ditions are Identical. Equal care Is ex ercised In each operation and each U successfully performed. Yet one man recovers, the other dies. Or there Is a tremendous business pressure which does not let up for months. It puts the men under a terrible strain. One man goes to pieces and his business is wrecked. He can not keep the pacs; he loseB control of himself. His rival has no better brains than he perhaps not so good yet he pulls through sue cessfully. We say that there Is a dlf ference in vitality, that one man has more of it than the other, says a writer in the World s Work. I once Baw a man In a hospital who was suffering from five fatal diseases and yet he would not die. He had kept on living year after year in spite of everything. He refused to succumb We find the same thing illustrated every d...

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 December 1906

0 r c tor, Vol. VII. No2l Hit A erf Jtww, iGfri tml'iy at Rd ..JE . ' " tsterad a Sef.tif" (Tt(i Matter Mh .Rlvr. New M-no,.Pn'offlrei HATER ( HTUHKIttPTION. 1ftfe!y,.jr jfm-. $31.60 Wsjrtty,. .. ntni 76 tIly, thirp montbti 40 Bo to 8rr-'! Iwt Hhitionery. We wish all fit tvadw re a Happy J J Pl'OBper''i. a N Sean. Harry Molu i Mid Ins hoys are 111 located Ml liilmnii,. Ns M.. 4ady Mnti't-o.. took dinner with 1i. andWre J'. Tl, Ergtnbrinht. Hiss Monde rmnon is spending e Holuluys v, t)U fiieuds in Kii. jLetbtowti. iP. Westobv wis u visitor in Batcii, latt week.. He reports that. .ije as rapidly building tip. Whn in FJiaabethtoWn, call at lie Winer's Inn and ut a'-fcqiiare kk!."Mre. Jamtb icker is in ti. JFgf Bicbard A OldliHin of l .ton, and ! )a prot-pt-icius cr-.ttle men of ?lfc'x ei.iiLtj, it- in t. vi vif-itintf lit "ethe, K r... L. Oldham . The Sunday, fVft.kig clats meet Bs and the Brayer tneetiitga W'ed iy rvn b gn vtiii uommeiice at "5-241 p m. rfharp. 8 TV. TlionipMiiv anl G...

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. — 3 January 1907

RIVER PROSPECTOR. ecr VOL. VII &ED BIVEK, TA08 COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, JANUARY 3. I HI. No RED THE NEW STO: R. W. PENN Prop. Starr' .and FfKjy Crocerkss Fteh and Salt Meats ,av and Grain. GENERAL. MERCHANDISE Candies ar.d r.ute, Tobacoo and Cigars,. CALL vn SRR US AT THE POSTOFFICE. - Gmsdorf- MeGarthy VBttoQH 'ARTERS FOR- Grotertec, Gtohing, Boots and Shoes timing Impl nicnts and Miners Supplies 1 la i i wave and lEurratuie. GiiSuoRF Tacs, New BE GIVEN AWAY; dery Outfit, stamped on food ma- il..te! frfe i-f (halve It rrn.l.ll :jTrn.i- n in. , Ith DutUafr 1 L'.t. 3 iBtntv C"lUfs. ? An. hoi fee MOiir iuit, J I k, - L-i . odUri. 3 Autumn ..-. .tudf fl UffS nrMun-MUl oiumesmtuu. :i rTAo NF.W f DE A Woman's. M si.line H Is. .ntiout cxnrrelontSbe finest r- . ent in.-ii?alni!riiUi.r.et t an autlior.ty un su rnaners i i-.i " ' i ontaiui tile latest ami ntoet firartlial styles odsses. anttf f tie fnunol In the tnaealrir worl I. If im to ire ".ell SI tnrivtratt ernsrue. the NW I1 U...

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 January 1907

Red River Prospector KKD RIVER. NBW MEXICO. The Teaching Profession. There was a time when the school toaster's profession was adopted by many college graduates as a pis aller, or as a temporary means of livelihood before taking up some other kind of work. The qualities and the special training now required of a teacher have given him a much more Indepen dent and even more honorable posi tion than he formerly held. Conse quently, there have been an Increased esprit de corps, and a greater seal In tin- profession. In his address before the Middlesex Teachers' association. President Eliot spoke of the enthusi astic devotion for their calling and preference for it above all others: which are often demanded and which, he might have addod, are often found among those who are engaged in the work of education. For efficiency can not be secured by high salaries and pensions. Like the profession of arms, that of teaching is one that is choBen more often for glory than for gain, hut it is Imp...

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 January 1907

Red River Prospector aUTO RIVZa, NEW MJBXICO. I What Americana Like to Read. Notwithstanding that the realistlo ovel Hilda warm defendera like Mr. Hangasarlan, Americans as a rule do not And pleasure In it. During the past 20 rears many such novels hare been published here, but who can re member one that has achieved great popular success, enduring and grow ing into permanent demand? "The Jungle" attracted a great deal of at tention for a brief period, but to-day, only a few months after Its appear ance. It is dead and burled. Zola's novels, perhaps the strongest of that school, have never had much vogue in this country. Oeorge Moore is al most unheard of on this side of the Atlantic. Frank Norrls' books had a brief season of notice, but it Is safe to ay that nobody ever read any of them a second time. The novels that have tho largest sale, in this country, Mke those which have the most faith ful clientele, are romances of adven ture, r.ays tho Chicago Journal. Even such stories as ...

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 January 1907

First Flight of Santos Dumont in His Flying Machine. i EVERYBODY WILL SOON FLY BY AID OF THE AEROPLANE San'os-Dumont Dec'ares H s New Invention Is Destined to Become the Foor Man's Automobile and Will Displace Bicycle. Paris. Santos-Duraont, since the successful flight of his aeroplane, The Bird of Prey, talks enthusiastically of Or early approach of the day when Ml mankind will be navigating the air and when flying machines will be more common than automobiles. In deed, he thinks that the flying ma chine will eventually become the "poor ni.'n autoombile, be safer, faster ai..-; cheaper. In an Interview recent ly be Baid: "The machine I am ex perimenting with is large, having a surface of 80 square meters, but the practical aeroplane, which will be for the air what the democratical bicycle is for the earth, will be much smaller. "With ordinary flying machines It Is necessary to Increase the size in order to increase the power . With the aeroplane, on the contrary, speed .111 be incr...

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