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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 14 February 1907

s RED D ROSPECTOR Vol. vij RED RIVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1907. RIVER "THE NEW STORE JOHN MELSO N' MELSON Staple and Fancy Croceriej? Fresh and Salt Meats HaY and Crair. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Candies andCNuts. Tobacco and Cigars. CALL AH D 18 EH U8 AT THE POSTOFFIOE. iBond - Gusdorf - McCarthy Company. bGADg I ART BUS FOR Groceries, Clothing, Boots and Shoes Tarming Ini (Jinnents and Miners Supplies Hardware and Furniture. BOND GUSDORF Taos, New The Columbian Hotel, TAOS, NEW MEXICO Rates 2.00 I'er Day. Fine Sample Rooms and Good . Accomidation. MRS J. E. HARTWAN, Rioprietoi. IF Jqr Your Real Estate or Business I CAN GET IT No Wljitter What Your.Property is Worth, or in What Town. City. State or Territory it is Located If I did not have thr ability and facilities to sell your property, certainly could nolatTord to pay for lit, limits lueut. Tbis "ad" (like all uiy other " ads'' ) i piaotioully .-I. i ' to pi'" i y i tot a number ot uew properties, and I mn ...

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. — 14 February 1907

Red River Prospector (ID RIV2B. NSW MEXICO. Make Marriage Engagements Public. About the only practicable Improve ment in marriage Is that suggested by a Kansas legislator, who Is going to Introduce a bill compelling the publi cation of marriage engagements for 30 days preceding the ceremony. This, of course, Is already the custom In some circles of society, where mar riage engagements are Invariably made public. Among the Jews en gagements are regarded as only one degree less sacred than marriage It self. In Europe the laws of most countries compel the publication of banns of marriage, so that the whole community Is made aware that matri mony Is contemplated and any im pediment to the match may be dis covered. But among a large majority of people In the United States no such provision is made. Hasty mar riages are frequent, and even when engagements are of some length they are not always acknowledged. This, of course, makes deception easy, and even crime. A man may marry 40 wives, 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. — 14 February 1907

WITH THE 8INEW8 OF WAR And In iltkln Overalls, Mr. Sweeney ent Forth Rejoicing. It came upon Mr. Anthony Sweeney, Ironworker, standing at 100th street and Second avenue, yesterday after noon that if he would maintain the al coholic status of the celebration some thing must be done at once In the financial line, says the New York Herald. Swaying slightly, he ran over In his mind his friends and the barkeepers he knew, with a view to monetary negotiations. The outlook was posi tively unpromising. He had not one penny anywhere. His watch, a pin and several other trinkets had gone long ago. Over across the Btreet was a pawn broking establishment he was wont to I patronise on ocasion. A, great Idea came to him. He stiffened up, thought a moment and then headed for the place. There was the usual late Saturday afternoon crowd in the establishment, i Mr. Sweeney steered a delicate course through the patrons Into a little cubby hole marked "private box." Several minutes later he thrust forwa...

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. — 14 February 1907

BWMHHsWHM 1 H. J. LUCE & CO i: -.NT( STKVKNH. IVbmshkr 'rtterrn e oml Clans Matter t Red Klve'. New MexKm, Pto4ce. B! ' - RATF-iOr HFBsrKiPTION. WeekVy, " jmr . . . . $1.50 ifeVv. six months 7" rfepkb, ll'rce monfSs 40 c-ok FrV p'h t. Stationery. (NMWflP Wilt r ' nt. d inrr .n vorkieg kt hit f-ie a G.iiyentur.. .Tamiii V. Gill :k in Ued Jivr I. !ay nr t frm ki Much at I ..f JHO TVtVn En Fihsnbplhtmvn, enll at Il4 Mii t-i'a Inn atifl tr-n a"iunre r)."lliw. Jasn'tt icki i.s in TheT .i . S.'iih'itli ,-chool idphIh h tii ) a-' i l bnildion fVfry Sun Wj at 1 i. Svory oai is nivit i'lt.ibe; aii: ai"! taLw part fa la :ifeii.-i s . Tl o i!'itir-: i Pyt'iias o Elk fc.VHin, v.:il give a sociwl to (If rariihe aad invited friends on i BatiwoVy pviuiny a their hall in Sliiaai)t!it.iw:i. nrwrHiK no uieiiMon iasr week j lt dan-.- ln-1,1 a week aifO last , , ... .tui, even: ir; n IhP lUftllclli D a , ; , . K w . a .. i. .. . tj. JB Kri!ist if t!ie pat wetk 49T twheeu sick ii!i la ifi'ipe lint, ...

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. — 21 February 1907

RED RIVER PROSPECTOR. Vol. vij RED KIVEH, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1907. No LP. THE NEW STORE .JOHN MELbON X . R.JEN N MELSON & PENN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh and Salt Meats Kay and Grain. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Candies and :ivkib. CALL AMD I I jBoiicI- Gnsdorf - McCarthy Company. ME ARf1 ERS FOR Grocef'es, Cluing, Boots and Shoes farming ;kn merits and Miners Supplies vHaichvait' and Furniture. mm GUSDORF Taos, New The Columbian Hotel, TAOS, NEW MEXICO, 'Rates $2.00 Per Day. "Fine Sample Rooms and Goad iccomidation. MRS I, E. HAF.TJT.AM, Proprietor. IF YOU WANT CASH LFor Your .Real Estate or Business I CAN GET IT .NoJKutter What Your Property is Worth, or in What Town. City, State or Territory it is Located If I did not bavt: tb-i l.liity a'wl facilities to stll your property, certainly could ooUITurd to pay for IU . ..vtit s uiapt, Thin "ad" (lllti) all my other" add") Is practioally sure to pla. uii ., y nl a number ot new properties, aud I am just ...

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. — 21 February 1907

Red River Prospector HD RJV2B, HOW KHXICO. The Superstition of Seamen. Seamen are superstitious, but their notion that certain vessels are unlucky aeemr often to be borne out by facts, ays ' Leslie's Weekly. The steamer Saratoga, which was sunk on the Hud ion river several weeks ago by col lision with the Adirondack, had long been accounted unlucky by Hudson river captains. Her misfortunes be gan by her success In getting aground mysteriously and often when she was new, though she had one of the most skillful and careful of commanders; and It was her way to get stuck In the mud for a good long stay. An unlucky ship which had a very eventful history was the Cromartyshire, which was re cently wrecked off the coast of Chile. She was built In Scotland In 1879, and her quarter century ol life was full of tragedy. On July 4, 189, she sank the French liner La Bourgogne In a col lision, 562 lives being lost. A few years ago she caught Are, narrowly es caping total destruction, and her cap t...

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. — 21 February 1907

RICHES OF UNCLE SI TOTAL WEALTH REACHES STU PENDOUS FIGURES. More Than Half a Dozen American Worth More Than All the Rulers of the World Together All Records Broken. Washington "The United States Is the wealthiest nation In the world," said a close friend of President Roose velt's the other day, who had Just gone over a remarkable official report, which is soon tc be made public. He added: "In a brief span of young life this Infant nation has broken all records relating to the accumulation of riches. We are beginning to think in billions, Instead of millions. Take it any way you like, our affluence outstrips any thing ever known before. "Our country has more actual mon ey, more gold, a larger volume of ex ports greater banking facilities, rich er farms, more productive mines, more railroads, more internal commerce more millionaires, more farmers, more highly paid laborers, and a greater distribution of luxuries than any other has enjoyed since time began." To prove all this some fac...

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. — 21 February 1907

ruapect or, Vol. VII H'SW J!tvi, Tftumdufi at Jft at . JV" Vt i loo. ratmoNr ifjiiMVo m 8anml-Oas Matte at the M River, New Mr .-'m, P-wttffica. KA I 3 (. v SP??kly, pr y "Piekly, a ""Ssr-kVy, thr. roN. ..$1.60 .:. .75 40 ifbt 3o tb oi' ' V ;itH uery. 3. T. irgm- ' iuh'V-.tail Eliie lirlitowivNer T. iiradar. nc' ?ru atfOle T"irk til its Wfklaekii . i r-bnaineee. V.. A. M Y . P..Onunn:i i tf punt week 5 P. EH "I RiivoliteAl'n lig Com pair. . la id Button on nun. iag huPinesH. lie weatl r i mis section is fine b'.i! it is standing1 up a i-rtle today. 7. b.. Chmmihs retnrned from ""te Park last Friday. Ho bats oa the sick list but is alright, Villiaui F. Meyer of CoHtilla M been pp 'hife 1 ; o .itnr P.iMic ibasdfbr F.iob county by Uovprnor Bbcersian Wbn in 7MiV tl.i fiiioivn, oftll t fccMihfr'p hin ai d : a"spiore i eaM' Mb. .Hin es Ticker :e in TH&TTnioi. Stbii . h Scbbol merls i tlie scb 'wl l.nildiDi; ( very Sim -toy t'2 p. m Bverv nin ib invit- ' m bn preae.,1, ,it)d' t Si-' ex...

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. — 28 February 1907

RED RIVER PROSPECTOR. 'Vol. vii HMD lUVlilt. TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2S 1007. No .30 THE NEW STORE JOHN MELSON h B..PENN MELSON & PENN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh and Salt Meats Hay and Cram. (tleftttl Prom Our Pxclniojes. ha runaway r Pojdfeque .1.1-m Mori Inya. tvlfo and rhldl were 1 the 20tb. Tatmly 11 inrrd, !ln Philadelphia (rroop of iiiini" rear Silver City were I At fly mild W Milwau kee people fir (r7.i,f)i'i0. ! Imiiifiise Body of Paj Ore Opened ! v;t L-ir, to kv bI tin & !' ill lip Ml tliePIiic Rork.l VH Nil'IrT rt to! i One of the best strikes that mr.ru to and this w road ttfnt is doi Yvtlop Cnlfav 5. r; i.n GENERAL MERCHANDISE Candies and Suts. Tobacco and Cigars. CAT.L AN I) SEW TS AT THE POSTOFFIUE. Bond- Gusdorf - McCarthy Company. HEA,D,QrAR,fl EHS FOK Groceries,, Gloihing, Boots and Shoes farming Inipl-ments and Miners Supplies Hardware and Furniture. Tho Osnrf Howl Asififia'ion of New Mexico lipid s convention at Santa IV I on Febr...

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. — 28 February 1907

Red River Prospector AID RIV7?R. NEW MEXICO. Honesty and poverty may be disa greeable companions, but they are bet ter than fraud and wealth. The rapid locomotion of man by land, sea and air will soon make war Impossible and peace Imperative. The necessity that corners and presses us Into desperate action is ofter the salvation of our career. Delaware will retail the whipping post. She finds that the offender still dreads the smart of the paternal lash. French telephone girls are now re quired to answer to a call, "I hear." Dut the main question still remains, will they heed? Russia claims to be In worse condi tion than It was a year ago, although at that time it thought it was holding the world's record. Cyclists In Roumanla, to facilitate Identification, are compelled by law to iave their names on the lamps of their wheels, so as to be legible at night. The undertakers In several eastern cities are doing the best they can to make the increased cost of living less burdensome. They'...

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. — 28 February 1907

A Strange BY CHARLES (Copyright, by Daily Miss Margery Mlddleton heard the sound of the old-fashioned knocker at her front door. No one was there, but lying on the step was a tract of some kind. Miss Mlddleton took up the paper and turned back Into the house. There were four pages devoted to the advertisement of the wonderful powers of "Madam Qeraty, Soothsay er." Among other things was the an nouncement that Madam Qeraty would remain In the city but six days and could be consulted at her suite of rooms In the Hotel Qerome. Miss Mlddleton read the paper through carefully, then laid It away on her dresser. Hers was a lonely life, for no one occupied with her this old heirloom of a building which she called home. For years she hardly had left it for more than a few hours at a time, and the humdrum mono tony of her dally existence was sel dom disturbed. But she still Indulged In the dreams that had been pleasant to her in her youth, and never had quite despaired of some day resigning 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. — 28 February 1907

r erector, ' ! v RE. MWt 'JRwKl Thwn rtt Rett Tatt Cnv ';,, New V-'i ito. VHHJIONT i". s rrvK.vs. Inter' Spit-' l"':is Mult r a Mie Cra Rlvr. Ke M.-xl- , nfl. BATKrt i fekly, per yaf. . feebly, ai month Wifely, ihret' ! 6eK 8rV'' i "i P. W. Thou f , Lby returnt .! T',n-i ft-p tettatuaU -' n.m 75 40 y iimi t;!ieir lil ' e coiuiiy. Wb.3 iii J V'.V.. ih'own, eill at t i Mirei't lr E - l ' 31 8 . , '1 P n'vtf icre i r ' l.i r is i l lpnt.y She' i1" "WwiveJ word i iVngnter, 6 V&rrieu. iisthr M-n l v . t'.gnding Bclioof kX Vita H.eie-i.-'. D. Dnteher I Kat his i t'"ly irat i - i . i enver i Ifi licn cjuilu int is i ttinn Ibnyffue-from' In' reports. Sl W. Fhiyifwho wnt to r?vi- bi3t ftiir, was ft !' " 'ntclv t-ick ( relumed to Ti :' idad 1 i r Iiis jiieata arc spenn tr 'lie inter. U .C. Loau nml 1 mtfe b trip to F iV.-d week, the foroi. - r nl tjh latter i n oh. A. Mfelson inwn, Inst the doelor linsinesp., The-Cbton S.ih'i t,;i -t hool meets it Uk si'Iio..: li iJ i;. t-ry Shn ifcji t 2...

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 March 1907

RED RIVER PROSPECTOR. RED lUVEft, TAOH COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, MARCH 1907. xo si; THE NEW STORE .JOHNMELNOX M ELS ON Sta pie and Fancy Groceries Freehand Salt Meats Hav and Grata. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Candies and Nuts. Tobacco and Cigars. CALL AND K HP. I'S AT THE PONTOFFICE. Bond- Ghisdorf- McCarthy Ccmpanj- READt AJWrESS FOB Groceries, Gtofeing, Baots and Shoes farming imp! muntts and 'Miners Supplies (Harduaie and Furniture. BOND GVSWRF McCA'RTY 0, Taos. New Mexico. The Columbian Hotel, TAOS, NEW MKMIC. Raf - !.oo Per Day. Fine Sample Rooms .and (iood -Accomii' 'ion. MRSiI. E. HAP.Ti:v, (BrQprivtor. IF YOU WANT CASH J-'or Your Real Estate or Business J CAN GET IT No Matter Wti, t Your Property is Worth, or in What Town. Gilv- Slate or Territory it is Located If 1 did not bare th .1 I'im r- I In.vlitlei to sell your property, certainly could notalford to pay lor o. . . mwt. Tblt "ad", (like all uiy otlif r" ad") it practically oure !u plac. nil ig .mi number ot new properties...

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 March 1907

Red River Prospector ED RIV2R, NEW MEXICO. Canal. Since Washington planned a canal from the Atlantic to the Ohio, and Madison urged the need of one from the Mississippi to Lake Michigan, ar tificial connections have been pro posed between almost every two im portant natural waterways of the country. For a time the development of railways obscured the Interest in the canals. The Erie canal and oth ers fell into comparative disuse. Meantime other countries have con tinued to open new waterways and make great use of them. The advan tages of water transportation, chiefly its cheapness as compared with rail way traffic, have revived interest In canals. To say nothing of the Pan ama canal, the new Erie canal, which will take thousand-ton barges from the lakes to the ocean, and the Chi cago drainage canal, constructed as a sewage way and certain to be com pleted as a ship way, are examples of what may be done. Our water courses lie in four systems the rivers of the Pacific, the rivers of t...

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 March 1907

MONARCH'S LOSS THE WHITE PLAGUE Oats Heads 2 Foot Long. The John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., are bringing out a new oats this year with heads 2 foot long! That's a wonder. Their catalog tells! Spetz the greatest cereal hay food America ever saw! Catalog tells I 6IX PERSONS KILLED AND AN OTHER WILL DIE. STORY OF THE AVALANCHE SYSTEMATIC WARFARE WAGED TO WIPE OUT CONSUMPTION. Two-Story Building Caught In the Slide and "Ground to Pieces Ad joining House Carried On Top of the Descending Snow. Denver. A Republican special from Salida TueBday night says: Following Is a correct list of the vic tims of the snowslide that occurred at Monarch last night: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mason. Jack Emerson, son of Superintendent Emerson of the Madonna mine. Charles Olllett, miner. Steve Skinner, saloon keeper. Joseph lloyle of Denver. James Smith is badly injured and will die. Following Is a list of those who were burled in the slide, but were taken out, some of them unconscious, but all alive, and...

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 March 1907

Pf cspertnr, Tol. TIL Mafjf '-! Th.,rttay nt 14 Xn jj ( nun; Veto M u- "f. il U NT C. 5n.VKNR ntro.' a. S-.tr1-C1a MattVt m the Rlvt-. K- V.olno, l'oaloffiea. l.f.( snonlha 75 Ultll .40 LOCATE. Begin ro Hfir' out rnHun ld o-tav Move's Vr Sntionery. "M n. i G. lifrt rn is nn the nick 51 n WaorWe Cannon p;nv h patty latr Siilni',iy evening. I IDitp i'p.row tli deputy j jr. w p?ffnr .ii rno: county awSe a J officwri ti, i 1 1 1 ii- win ... . ... , J"-K thetinip of IioMmio court in H hpnin raisattPtBtown, "Ml t : Qtero coimtv; an act to provide ! virjjjii't-i o jiiii nun l'i'i n BtiuartJ I nn TM : Jtm nnn art a isipuare I ( 9j" jSrs. Jnrnpfi Ticker is 1 n li t'. Kelly is working nix men ar.1p RbyTi)fte Wining & Milling .U ,ri CTjpaii p propprty., They are 1 Oiiiilig a'f-ilaft on the In'tr lend. l! T Brgpubrigl r in having IVPnty t'o"s of ioc put up in tln Kltle officw hnlldihir east, of ips amJoon,. TJLe ite auvsr a foot thick. 1'hnlTMi.ii. S:(IIimHi t,.l1(111l mws; a the Bahool """...

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. — 14 March 1907

ED RIViiR PROSPECTOR. RED KIVER. TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THUR3DAY, MARCH 14 190T No -2. B IS IS 1 W STORK M ELS ON & PENN 8ta pic .and Fancy Groceries Freah and Salt Meats tiay and Grain. "GENERAL MERCHANDISE Candies and ft uto. Tobacco and Cigars. CALL AND t- RP! I S AT THE POSTOFFJHE. IBond- Qmsdorf- McCarthy Company. . f 1 MS A D.pj T. ' A RT IS P S FOR Groceries, Clothing Boois and Shoes farming toilmettte and Miners Supplies H a hi w " re and F u i n it are. usdorf Mccarty co, Taos, New Mexico. 'The Columbian Hotel, Sabseribe to the Prospector: TAOS, NEW MKXiCO. of j IttU'illlVl .ii jii i, i - i .vej. Mi is the Oldeet Paper io Toots County. 'Rates $?..ro lJcr Day. Fine Sample Rooms od Ciood .Accomidation. MRS.I.E. HART MAN, ' I "j0 i In the Gold una U.ipper JJelt ot Pioprietor. Northeru Taos County. Then' la no little criticism ot th Prnidcnt by a 0 .ngrps'iional clique ot which Monitors Forakcr nnd Tillnian art- expreaifve typfii. Thrc la also d. sat'sf .rt'nn amoiurst po...

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. — 14 March 1907

WaaaKWmmmwaWawamYawaaaawamjawi y Red River Prospector mm river. NEW MEXICO. Mrs. Sage It demonstrating that tte jioney was left In fairly good hands. In northern Siberia a peculiar toad stool, deadly to any other people, la eaten. Beards are liable to taxation In some Japanese villages. The origin of in curious custom Is unknown. Zola derived his naue irom Zolla, which means a clod of earth, and he was proud of this derivation. To be happy you must measure your desires with your fortune and not your fortune with your desires. There is a woman in Portland, Ore., who Is nearlng her 120th birthday. Her motto has always been "Don't worry." The phrase, "Art for art's sake," does not mean that we should present the naked truth on all occasions. Japan was not only surprised, but pained when news from Toklo that It was going to fight us was cabled back. The Interstate commerce commis sion appears to be passing out a whole lemon grove to the Standard OH com pany. A Kentucklun with the extrao...

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. — 14 March 1907

British Employe There Is a feature of Workmen's Compensation .hows the thoroughness of the tlon secured through the efforts o: labor members of parliament. No only does the act provide for the pay ment of Indemnity to mechanics and laborers In cases of damage by acci dent, but domestic servants are also Included In the protected classes. According to the last .ensus there are 1, 041,154 female domestic servants in Great Britain. The new legal re sponsibilities of mistresses and other employers of these servants may be summarized as follows: In the event of death resulting from an accident the liability of the em ployer is the payment of three years' wages and an allowance for board, the total sum not to exceed $450. For temporary disablement, one-half the wages aud an allowance for board must be paid during the period of in capacity. In the event of permanent disablement the provision is the Bame is in the case of temporary disable ment, even though the person disabled may be incapa...

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. — 14 March 1907

cwpeon, HlfTHTOWN. ITRW Hi" imps of Mex. i, Ute Park, in. STORE ale at all times and novels to ee us when you want anything t-E line. V ROM ND TO RE DRIVER GOLD. MANAGER. til, SVin Lui, otllla, Cerro, Qiieata and lied H. J. MOREUND, MINTNO KMClNKr,?, AND TT. S. GOV'T AS AVER. Write For Price An-i Envelope F.v Malting Simples. Kansas Citt. Mhkohi. """" t EDWIN B- REWARD, Attorkky at Law, Advice Council in Mining Matter a Specialty. TRKS PIEDKKS N'JCVV IfM 'taic line of k ftrfi 7K DEfiiER RfllLR I'AfcUiNQ TUPOUCH SALT LAKE Ci'fY ii ri ft from 'ha Paci.ic d-ttt THE PQPULAK LINH T 0 AND BBMIB 411 .4 rue m-st rr:. ; r rft ro ttVMbiw till i;.e t rifttfp i ion ki .. caiut 1. ' .j.,r,;au, i .'ii. I '.t ,i yi the wrist nneni un TO AL MOUNTAIN RESOftFti . rhlalTi PATEN T8 tflUy, AC our I H t E report j 8UR- r frw Guide ta, 0& NO FKI. t t. I glrtll ..kct. 1. ?'.r i V.ti .:lv mlWiU ltattT leukl tm i. T, ffRIt A I. WQQI, . J MMt ftlrlUjIkvlKp. ti -. tM'lIM CfkLlfb 'feR. CO' ORATO. BO V2ARt E...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
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