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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 3 January 1907

E3 r A Modern Cinderalla By Clon B. Hard (Oepyrltlit, i,f JoMph B. ImkIm.) The annual ball given by the Ger man Casino of Havana was the event of the season. Expectation was In very eye, hopes and disappointments tlllel hearts young and old with Joy and grief, while Jealousy and envy, twin sisters' that hunt In pairs, stirred the evil passions of many who looked forward to the brilliant festi val. Ir spite of the Intrigues of the -lightly overblown elderly beaatles, and the soft blandishments of the In genuous younger ones, the fair Eng lish girl, Angelica Preston, had re ceived the Invitation promised, and was radiantly happy. She had looked forward to hls ball as the culmination of her hopes, sure to hear from the Hps of Qustav Steinvelt the love his eyes so eloquently told her whenever they met. Her dress was chosen after many a secret conference with Dolores Agulr re, the dear little woman who soothed, petted, scolded, but always helped the orphan girl, left by the sudden death ...

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 January 1907

1 t ... liiziulhbwo v H. J. LUCE & CO. Km i tvi f rcctectorv KS!) voi. Vn. J WlWhv f' IV-rjl 71 mi 7. .i at .' Too County, Sew Mexico. iMi'MONT C. BTEVKN8. Publish rr Entered Seooiul.Cla M.iMi al lit Jtd Rlvr. Nw Mcxkm, PfwtnwWa.. RA TEH OF WWH&U PTION Weekly, per year W.80 Weekly, Six rmmtlia 7f , Weekly, three montha-. 40 j -!i 1 . 1 -ij ijam-' ajaa i LOCALS. Oo to Sh'Vf's fol Stationery. Whnin Wixabt1hHw1, call m I it i.'ir i'b litn and fc1 (t"fqote total." Miu. Janim Vhktr is In karp-. TU Snuday av-tiiiB rdan Voeel mn and the prayer meeting! W'ed- i) everipga JII commence ail T.30 1 1 in. sharp. , An I Union i- to lie held next j Sat day at the school house for ; the uriioae ot electintr a justice tho pence and a nonstable. Rev. F. E. Finley, the M. E M iniMer at Springer maile our amp a visit the past week and preached ns a fine sermon Inst, Sunday evening. M. D. Pierce and fniily are ow located otGhuieta New 31exi Mo. Mr. Pierre was iiifhf tele, graph operator at vpiin...

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. — 10 January 1907

WW RED RIVER PROSPECTOR. vol. vu RED KTVER, TAGS Ct JNUT, NEW MEXICO. THDR3DAT, JANUARY U l'.)J7. TFE NE W STORE JOHN MESON ,L Jl. FENN MEi. r N & PENN xammmmmmmammk Stap d f dncy Gioceries rio and Sat Meats i.v nnd Grain. GENEK "fY, Candies an:: OALL I S AT Bond - Gsdorf-McCarthy C : mpany . At BARTERS tFOO- Groceries lin Farming ln;i ; tncnts and Miners Supplies lliauittare and Furniture. gusdorf Tll.. !Lw TO BE GIVEN AVAY jUi Hnifff kuibroiatry ftotftt. m I om nd m iq.ll wJI) i nuiilr-' Hi -'ili.it' '-' l I.fk. It vnftlit on ri i fWiri iqrPr 1 nt rrln iif ( urn in. m 1 f, 44ia r ... Itlfffi - ftlitMWll ' titles an I r shirt waist uni.nrwtiuittou. Whm NEW 1DA Wonan'i Mpxine It r. an aull Ity tn all matters prruianiK tontalnv the LitKitsn-l tii.'- ati -fii '.- uyv.tt.-tf it. DM niaitp tvjfiu ' Bat ilrf.- .cll at a mciierir r'liii'i, m- tr XINh Is .( HP.itic t) ! .t amecontr l rtr; - I . 's MaOAi Oon In ooli' it tr ! nA .11 II i icr l 'errM' H C IHe. ItfbdaHurM' ''a. vlth. ii to...

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. — 10 January 1907

Red RiveProspectorlNJS fl BD RIV2R, NEW MEXICO. Unburying a City. Herculaneum, the rich and splendid city that was burled, along with Pom pell and Stablae, by the eruption ol Vesuvius In A. O. 79, is to be dug from the mass of tufa which covered II. and its buildings nre to be die closed to view. Prof. Waldsteln of Cambridge university has Induced the Italian government to consent to the work, on condition that It be officially directed by Italians, and that the as sistance of foreigners, financially and otherwise, shall be unofficial. Should the enterprise be carried out, we shall soon have much light thrown on the manner of life of the Romans of the first century. Herculaneum, far more than Pompeii, was the resi dence of wealthy and cultivated citi zens. Their houses were filled with artistic objects and their libraries contained the best literature of the period. In a partial excavation nearly 2,000 manuscript rolls were found In one house. Pompeii was covered with small stones 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. — 10 January 1907

C. 8. MOREY MERCANTILE CO. Interesting Facts Regarding Ita Coffee, .Flavoring Extracts, Baking Pow der and Other Manufacturing and Wholesale Business. The groat wholesale, grocery house of the C. S. Moruy Mercantile Company in Denver gives special attention to Its coffee trade, having as fine a coffee roasting plant as (here is In the coun try, with a roasting capacity of one hundred and fifty bags of green coffee a day. Its experiments show that In the dry climate of Colorado coffee should not be held too long after roast ing, and hence all coffee is shipped as soon as possible after it has boon roasted. The great success this llrm Is having with its high-grade package coffees, such as Solitaire, Yampa, Cap itol, and many others, is due to the fact that no expense Is spared in keeping the blends and grades uniform and al ways up to the standard. Their coffee expert is one of the very best In the country and he is In structed to buy only the best coffees re gardless of cost. The con...

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. — 10 January 1907

I.Ii2;!)'lhtofi Kle. Hit Market Has li mud ViVrk. H. J. LUCE & CO. WILLIAM McKEAN A ttorney-tLaw. Vol. VI I. Jjim . J Twc ..usiafysMWSsv JMASsUU. KUUtONPl.. STstVKNb. ri'Blilf.'KB, 1 Ktvsr, hw hlvxico, rM,.ilTrU ,y ,80 ,Hlhn W i ii .inths 40 o-Sivve's f- .v Burns h-m etit Torl of 11 r. Mr.. I - f. Bye' i ion . i I ft- Market j , up 1" : tt"r creek. 1 over Su'Kii.y Pi . . ivorki- ir the II .; 0' Jrhf" Ettitll l ou Coi ir w rarzarti Inn nan sen mg, merchant i uli-.11' .L-ut two or tiirec dn .t week lookiiu: In earn p. Bnrdny eveeirn elaf mei r 'i t i nreyer tneetfi ft Wed i r'il'gfl will coKiniei hi m. ibarp. iii T30 A. D I nrkfr wlio Ihe lirir'r ., nt the Li'tle tiem ram h l p . P' i'v nt Aoehoei is now loi Mtt 'i uide, Colormio. .din.. Leo Rrfretibriitht, tlanp;hti r. of iJ nnd Mrn. B. J. ErjeribnVlit ind sister of oar townsman, B. T. Eiy nbiiL.'h'. nrrived in cnmp last eek Iron) Colorado Spriutjs, on a 7ittt t rpliii vi-s. CI C preci net : election will bp held Di-xt Honday. Ja...

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. — 17 January 1907

"ma 7 (3&LA42-$ RIVER PROSPECTOR. vol. vu RED RI VER, AOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. "THURSDAY, JANUARY 17. I9d7. No 24. RED THE ilW STORE .JOHHMEI.SON ,J.BE.NN !MEkfifi)N & PENJN Stable and Fancy Cro cerise Fresh and Salt Meats Hoy and -GENERAL MERCHANDISE Can die,, ard Nut. CAM, AtNDjfcEB US AT, 3Bond- Gnsdorf- McOasrtliy . Wldl ART BUS, -FOR- GrocBrie5 Gtoihing Joots aitf Shoes farming Implements Miness Supplies 'Hardware and Furniture. Taos, New Ihe Columbian Motel, TAOS, NEW MEXICO. "Rates $2.oo Per Day. !Fine Sample Rooms and Good JLccamidation . MRB.I. E. HARTMAN, Proprietor. IF YOU WANT GAS H Jor'Ycur Real Estate or Business I CAN GET IT No Ma ter WtvatWour Property i8Worth, oMn What Town. Crty. State or Terrltory.it is Located . tb. ol!':n.1 facilities to .til yoorpropsrty, certainly could r.th.e .l'.r. . .oeut. This ".d" (likt all my etbti".d.' ) U It I did not bave prscttcally mrs to plac. y MM uumtar ol n.w properties, and 1 am juM i as mn to ell tu. propert... .ud u.-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. — 17 January 1907

Red River Prospector RED RIVBH, NSW MBHCO. Dr. Wiley's Report. Dr. Wiley's report on the us ef borax as a preservative was published when the National Pure Food bill had failed of passage for the seventh or i eighth time, when state labelling laws were enforced with notortous laxity, and before doctored foods had begun to figure in popular fiction. His re port on salicylic acid and salicylates, ust Issued by the bureau of chemist ry, finds the objects of the long cam paign practically achieved, so far as legislation Is concerned. The "poison squad" experiments, which gave borax a worse reputation than was expected, have not placed salicylic acid In a lower class. As Mr. Wiley urns up his results: "The final con clusion in this matter ... is that the unenviable position which salicy lic acid has heretofore held among preservatives, as being regarded as the most injurious of all, is to a cer tain extent undeserved. Like other ordiuary preservatives, it is not one which can be classed ...

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. — 17 January 1907

Cancar la Not Incurable. Cancer Ib far from Incurable, accord ing to Dr. Nicholas 8enn, In a lecture on "The Problem of Cancer," at the University of Chicago. Dr. Senn de clared that BO per cent, of the caaea of cancer which are brought to the atten tion of phyalclana In the first stages may be cured. In the course of his lec ture Dr. Senn advocated the establish ment of some sort of bureau to keep the" public Informed as to the nature and the curea of cancer, aa Is done In some cities of Europe. Many of the victims of cancer prevent curea by be coming despondent and keeping away from good physicians, he said. "If the disease Is detected In its early stages a cure may be affected," said Dr. Senn, "but if it is allowed to go to an advanced stage nothing can be done." NEWS OF THE WEEK Most Important Happenings of the Past Seven Days. Buck Killed by Lloneaa. A desperate light between a large lioness and a buck of unusual slie oc curred in the mountains on upper Beaver creek early this ...

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. — 17 January 1907

1 -7 " f. ct ijr. VI r. . ttfUhei JEV.y 7 burnt"; at Red JNaoi . TVtos (aunty, St.tr M rict. P.Ei.MONTC. BTKVENH. PlTtTLlSHRR Fnirrr.il i Sceond-Ctae Mattfi fit the ftmd Rtvt, NewMtilm, PrwtnnW. ba ras ok MtBHUKirnow. VeeMv, per year.. . ......, tl.50 'fcta , aix rcontbs 75 V" 4. Weki. tLive months 40 f-OCALS. Go to SrpV'n. for Stationary. Coasting i i ow the order of tfie day. It is claimed thrtr this section will soon be adder! to the 1'ecos forest reserve. All the coal companies of Col fax county have raised the wages of their employes 10 per cent. When in Fjlizatwtlitown, en 1 1 at tit M iner's Inn and lf-t a'Vquare meal." Mrs. James Vieker is in cksi . An objectionable, fent'ire to io-viuti wild oatfe IB ibtit they in variably iak root in oilier peoples The Sunday ewutnu elafa meet icB and tb Drayer mcettina Wed iie may eveTiincfs will commence at 7.80 p ni. uliai p Charles Cannon left yesterday for the ItnnVr eanvp ot Thomas Haywood. He will be tb black smith at that place. Pi...

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 January 1907

r f RIVER PROSPECTOR. TV vol. vii s iivm, taos county, new Mexico. uub3JLay, January 21, mn. No 25. RED THE NEW STORE .JOHN MELSO, L. JLt. FENN MELSON & PENN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh and Salt Meats Hav and Grain. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Candies an;: Nuts, Tobacco and Cigars. CAI.,1, ND8EK I S AT T FT K POSTOFFICE. Bond - Gusdorf- McCarthy Company. lEADQT AR'I'ELtS FOll Grocer? Gtolhing, Boots and Shoas Farming Implements and Miners Supplies frlai aware and Furniture. BOND GUSDORF McCARTY CO. Laos, New J The Columbian Hotel TAOS, NEW -MUX ICO. 'Rates $2.00 Per Day. Fine Sample Rooms and Good .Accami lation. MRS J- E. II ARTMAN, 1'ioprietor. ! IF YOU WANT CASH For Ycur Real Estate or Busin ess I CAN GET IT No Master What Your Property is Worth, or in What Town. City. State or Territory it is Located If I did nt lm--i)i pl.ility and lullltie to Btll j our property, oarUlnly onuld ncfu.ront to fuy lor min iuihI. 'ibis "ad" f like all my othtf d'') U prui.tioBliy turn la u-' numb...

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 January 1907

Red River Prospector CO. College Influence. By those who have watched th rapid growth of the colleges and uni versities fears are often expressed that personal contact between presi dent and students, between professors and pupils, will be lost, If It has not been lost already; and that so the best part of a college education will be forfeited. The definite charge, by a writer In a recent number of the Outlook, that in one college at least this condition has already come to ,pa8S, brought out some Interesting correspondence. Ono woman mentions a professor who not only knew all "his boys" while they were under his Instruction and helped them by per sonal advice and friendly social inter course, but has kept In touch with every one of them since they were graduated. Once a year he sends them all a letter, and nearly all of jthem reply. The atmosphere Is al jmost like that of one great family. The misfortune of one Is the concern iof all, and all help to repair it. The 'correspondents ...

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 January 1907

Red River Prospector! RED RIVER. NEW MEXICO. Incompetent Wives. There Is no greater injustice thai can be Inflicted upon a girl than for a mother to allow a daughter to enter womanhood or wifehood without a practical knowledge of a household and Its roquiremet ts. It matters not how easy her life may be made for her, how everything may be provided for her by generous parents when she lioginB her new career, nor how many servants she may have at her call, a woman is cruelly handicaped who comes to her own home without an intelligent conception of Its manage ment. It is a popular thing In cervaln "smart sets" to scoff at the utility of housekeeping, but nothing more Bure ly stamps the Intellectual caliber of a girl than an Indulgence In such feather-brained commonplaces. The girl who believes she becomes fashionable by being untrue to the best Instincts of her sex Is the girl who some day wakes up to wonder why other wo men are so happily married, and she still retains her single bles...

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 January 1907

a tW JftCQMP baJTI3T CHVBCH . KIM6S Hl6HWAf . JKN"l.Utf3TbwItvV I ODD GIFT TO 8T. LOUIS MAN BUILDING $40,000 TOWER. Decorative Shaft Copied From the Campanile at Venice To Be Made the Mott Beautiful in the West. St. Louis. One of the most remark able features of St. Louis will soon be "Lud's tower," an enormous structure which a citizen Is erecting at a cost of $40,000 on King's highway. Rising from one of the highest points in the city, it will be a conspicuous object from all parts of St. Louis, and it will probably perpetuate for all time the name of the gentleman who conceived the idea. "Lud's tower" will rise from the site of the new Second Iiaptlst church to a height of more than 200 feet. The cost of the structure will be more than $40,000. It has been named by mem bers of the Second Baptist congrega tion, who call It "Lud's tower," after the millionaire donor, F. H. Luding ton, of St. Louis. The style of the church which this campanile Is to overtop will be Lom bard gothlc. ...

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. — 24 January 1907

NEWS OF THE WEEK1 I I Most Important Happenings cf the c,ut Seven Days. tnterr-atlnar ltrma Gathered from All parts of the World Coadeaaed laio Small Spa for the Beaeflt of Oar Reader. Personal. "r 1 George Burnham, jjr., general coun sel for the mutual Life Insurance com pany recently convicted of larceny has been sentenced to two years in the state prison. William H. Moody formerly attorney t,rnri ai hub emeiuu upon ilia uuuta as associate justice of the supreme court of the United States. E:lMayor Rose of Kansas City, Ran., against whom the Kansas su preme court assessed a fine of 1,000 for contempt for assuming the du ties of mayor after having been oust ed by the court, has paid the fine and costs amounting to $1,5G2.64. John C. Moore, on trial for the mur der of his wife in Arkansas City, Kansas, was found guilty of murder in the first degree. William Lanyon of lola, Knn., has sold his Interests In the smelter syn- dicote at lola and his smelters at two trains near Glasgow, Mo...

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. — 24 January 1907

Vol Yli. try Murtdoy 1 ii' ( tamty, Ni v .1 .''. ) r v.. k rt. Entp- -d R EA feeki t;o IHtYtLCitt. f ywr. six mnntha Veekiy. thtwi months M lOCAT.S Go-itSrVT.'i f.- intionery. H. Jy fntel.er is n-nkimr brm. i his week 'o Kt. Iride Flour, S'i.f'O jvr llunrlmt' Viieft, i ! ' hnr-d-.d. T.,. i , ,i t WRvn in I ,)iMlMl Mown, call it i s n j 1 1 1 1 f. ' 4 . I . . . .....1 ... r I. ... line k. tin Him L" r. n"niinre Jul' 8 Ticker i'- in iAarpi J T. CumniiiiK and Frink M. SuTiifK left I w ( iu nr-ot . T"-ady k het t1 . ta i tut two in taroo it peutl the J Th Sunday eveninrj: cIihp meet bfif 'd the prayer mi el c;n Wr1- 3.JT eveniDgS will com ilience at j.'.1 , w Bliaip. E innil Pri 36 hae moved down UTif river ntuJ xpects to ppend the j triater with Mr. Mcl4 hI belping j liru dcTf-lrninjir one of his claims. Geo. B ..Brown ar I C H Bii. ;., . re down from 4(nel)orH day j ft e week a ntV report the enow j crer three feet' deep at Anchor. Yjiw -onld call the ather last fjatorday f rem iut fj...

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. — 7 February 1907

RIVER PROSPECTOR Vol. vi RK-D UIVER. TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THUR3DA.Y, FEBRUARY 7. 1907. RED o -7 r ii , - - mn - THE NEW STORE JOHNMKI.MIN MELSON Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh and Salt Meats Hay and Grain. -GENERAL MERCHANDISE Candies and Mutt. Tobacco-tnd Cigars. CALL AND SKR 1'IK AT THE POSTOFFICE. Bond- Gfca sdorf - McCarthy CJompany- iBKAOfltJARn'BBS FOR Clcihing, Boots and Shoes Grocerie Farming moments and Miners' Supplies Hardware and Furniture. BOND GUSDORF Taos, New The Columbian Hotel, TAOS, NTEV MEXICO. i:ic Sample Rooms and CockI .'Acconiidation. MRS J. E. HART.: AN, Proprietor. IF YOU WANT OASH .For Your Real Estate or Business J CAN GET IT No Matter W hat YourProperty is Worth, or in What Town. Grty. State or Territory it is Located If I did Dot have thr xM'iiy B'l.l tacllitie to tll jour property, certainly could I notafford to puy for. 1.. - . 11 . 1 1 h.iiibuI. Thi "d" (lik all my otker" de'') i 1 prautioelly ure to plu, . . .. .. lii a number ot h propertioe,...

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. — 7 February 1907

- -I I Red River Prospector ED RIV2R, NEW MEXICO. Importance of the Child. Prof Felix Adler, In his address be fore the National Child Labor Con vention at Cincinnati on "The Atti tude of 8ocety Towards the Child as an Index of Civilization," pointed out that, historically, there have been three views of the child In society. There is the primitive view which regarded the child as the essential factor In the system of ancestor wor ship; the later view, which made him the Inheritor and coutlnuator of the family honors and , prerogatives; and the modern view, which looks upon the child as so much living material for the society of the future. The classification serves as a basis for the protest against the wastage of child life under the present system of pro duction. Essentially, however, the three historical views are identical, in hat they agree in looking upon the child aB bearing within himself the seed of the ideal future, whether that ideal be to live in extra-terrestrial bliss...

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. — 7 February 1907

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. A dry sponge Is the best thing with which to remove fluff from woolen clothing. Peel the onion from the root up wards, and you will have hardly any trouble from the eyes watering. Heat pans slightly, grease with lard and sprinkle well with flour, turn ing out all the flour that does not stick to tins. Bureau drawers and doors that stick can be remedied by sandpapering them first and then rubbing the edges with a bar of common soap wet with a little water. To brighten the carpet sprinkle with salt, or go over it once a week with a broom that has been dipped In hot water, in which a little of the spirits of turpentine has been added. Break one egg into a tumbler, one and one-half teaspoons vinegar, dash of salt, pepper and tabasco sauce. Give one good shake and swallow it all. One can take raw eggs better In this way. When Making Pies. Do not roll the paate too thin for pies or it will be dry and tasteless when baked. Divide the paste Into two Stieets and spread one o...

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. — 7 February 1907

Jui U vJtij OS uU tM 1 r Attoruey-at-Law. 1 1. .de .1 tvijp to Eliz't- in worfcfnf Vhc As. Foitr Reno ruiiinjLT 'nnt m. 11 Mtf an rt i) ! in: up LTo WD. v (tenon is vor'kiW life n. tHsroei ton ih Lrl. Ellen" mitu jbgelMim up RorI Cnnon. K, ;, 'oft Mondny for I is mk on tie Si. Louis. Roc'cy SUnukwii fe Pacific railway. iri pne.ired that the new mill ir$ Tiisfts will make n testWfii iSra week. T'res Piedrns Milling Beport.'r ' Whrr i t riizahotlrtown, caltut Ms Vtiift't fnn and aft a"sqnTre aseaJ'." . Jththh Ticker is in i J. Sr. PI linos and sou .loe. left a-. i. J. . , IfliH week, tor Crow Cheek where - . ey expect to snend the neXL two A3 three months u, T. ,. i ne oioioav evening elans' meet ' ' 9gb and t1i nrayei mi.-riiiurt V wruay evenn ts Mill commence at -it) p m pliarp.. Mifca Bbuiv l'c V"nde daughter of Mz. and Mrs.. L. E. Wade, of Pu. WbkGolorado, i cash:er and hook- kepai in a grocery store in that Str yon pav up ah ir.-i 'ire, if any. tad rne nsr ja advance for the Ited...

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