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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 13 June 1907

NEWS OF THE WEEK Most Important Happenings cf tla Past Seven Days. httli Hrni OatbrrrA from All aarta of the World Condensed lato Jmall sPi,t for the BeneBt of Oar Readers), Personal. 1 Oen. Kurokl the ranowned Japan ese officer paid a visit to Gen. Grants' tomb and placed thereon a .aural wreath. Mamie Wing and Mattie Doris, 15 years old were drowned at Wheeler park, Oklahoma City, Ok., In the presence of 500 persons. Cen. Baron Kurokl and his party paid a visit to Yale University. C. O. Bartlet, cashier of the Madi son Coal Corporation of St. Louis, has been arrested and has confessed to a shortage of between $25,000 and 126, 000 in his accounts. V. C. Phillips, clerk of the district court. Llnclon. Neb., has been Indicted by the grand jury on a charge of em bezzlement. E. H. Conger, Kx-United States minister to Cliina and ambassador to Mexico, has died at his home In Pas adena, Cal. Frank H. Butler, who was charged with the murder of the Marvin boy at Dovei, Del., has been releas...

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. — 13 June 1907

WmmmmwWmmMBmlmmUmWmm JF" S i i 1 IJJJl 'f cr?ctcr, Vol. Vtt .f Frm inrtati at JReA Tm4 ( QHIIty, .Yrio Merico. fRHMOV r r?. STKVKNH. Pj'HIii?ki W-CIm Matter m th- I If V"'i Want I.i Imv a ti'st ;!h jaW'BllTKW. !,ni,i,,u ,,., H diMOtfflt, call or jwn'ry; fw JW l.f5OT0drtiH tliia offidp. . Jfcry ai-OMMirM .71. VJtlv, three, montl-s JfVf LOCALS. to Rh've'-H for 8tiktoti . A ? :ncl . f"?tr-rlv o' R i - '(.t.VTl ll"l S' illT rtf "i?fil nty, erp each ffntng to hnvw li,j afejvth of July celi hraiioo. , ; . I Wm, T. A MtKOfl pod br itin'h. I lyolite ami Jayhawk propertfea of ' arJKr- H fl. Lrw l, vi t- l Dr. thw dimriei-in Nevada, he could j T R Bha at EL'1- L.'iwn last'iet n milium rl.illnra f.i- oli ... Py l Jtaa V Coioptnu has Qaiahed kuiltliiiK I he claim cabin on the PNftaYaaH w il uo hegio uuabiat .fto.-avon the tuuuel. JTiarpe rtrink of Ft. fl ihnd, is fcpMted in camp- the later rmrt of Us- non h t 1 Leuin kiaKMAaatfut ' MtaVcMj bis ntiniwu ulaim- The Union Sabbath School meeto ji th...

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 June 1907

f RIVER PROSPELiOR. vol. tii RED KIVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THUR3DAY, JUNE 20. 1907. 40 RED THJO NEW STORE JOHN MiLSOK L R. PEN N Big Ld Col m Dm WiliiNl OfYlcal Directory. Jffcty MEXICO. IWB I MEI40N 8ta$'e end Fancy Groceries r nd Salt (Meats Hav and Grain. GI- IERAL. merchandise Ca .! i as c. v? tl '.;'?. Tobacco and Cigars. OA LI". - ' T THF, POSTOFPICE. sonu - Gusdorf McCarthy Company. - URT.Y liVEUYTtiNG - Ifyoutitant an Ti I ; 1 national 'Harvester Go's. ReBper, : -1 i. "Y thresher, a hay press, a j.hii 1'cer plow, a Bi in '&gp, a g , a septfator, a sewing machine, furniture, household trj si Is, a nfle, hardware of any description, a tioboy suit of clct!:...-. (an to date in style and workoianrfhfa),') a suit tor the boy. or a dres for the miss, a silk or Irish Poplin Brass for the Mrs., oi e hat to: fce l.Jy BOND GUS00RF MCCARTHY .CO, Taos, New Mexico. The Columbian iMtfel, TAO.S NEW MLV;ICO. Rates $2.00 Pe-r.Liay. Fine Sample dooms ;.nd Cocd Accomidafloii. MRS J. ...

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 June 1907

Red River Prospector RED niVER, NEW MEXICO. The now governor or Jamaica is said to be "affable and democratic." Com varatively speaking? A hundred years ago two enterpris ing merchants were ducked once for every missing ounce. Oxford is to confer the degree of bachelor of letters on Mark Twain. Oxford can't expect any gift from King Leopold. There are 85 widows In Powdoln ham. Me., a village of 1,300 inhabit ants. The youngest is 29, the oldest widow is 99 years old. Ag If there were not enough street perils on wheels already, a prominent physician advises stout elderly men to go in for roller skating. Swinbourne, the English poet, who nas jus" passed his seventieth birth day anniversary, is writing a edy based on Caesar Borgia. trag- Andrew Carnegie has sailed for Eu rope to recover his health, thus dom snstratlng that, although he is a man ot steel, he has not a constitution of Iron. The California man who sold hit Inheritance to a million for $80,000, rather than wait a couple of...

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 June 1907

No, Alonzo, a pianist Ism neo essarlly an Idiot because be playa wltl bis Angers. Information In rpRRrrt to several ex cellent weekly newspapers that are foi Bale ran be obtained by writing to tha Western Newspaper Union. Denver. Denver Directory . C. 0, D. you tkp nc Thane whi-i buying a hnr nvnn from us; every net war ranted to Irt an represent ed. Thin rtou 1 ble team har I 'i. comulet with collari Land broerh- " Inp. L onrora tyle, li-inch traces. f Ol 122.00. Bold everywhere for 127.00. Send for our Tree cat alogue of naddlpR and harness, lowest prlres In the V. S The IVw! Mueller Hnddle Hr beM Co, 1413-19 Larimer Nt.. Ienver. Colo. 11 ,I TRIH T I I.IKS Auk your (teal rr. OUBS, Athletic Supplies, Taikle. Tilt Whltnrr Kimrtiiiir (....,. Co.. 505 nth tit., Orl'. Hfiivrr I'lnl,. I'IKrUAN RsVIII I Ml- FHUIMe L'. " vvwiimnn unvvLiiik inunii. In' t ibn m H. Toufcrood, 181 A rapnht 1 HE DENVER PAINT AND VARNISH CO The Acme Quality Line. 1520 Blake St. Denver. THE INDEPENDENT GLASS I '...

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 June 1907

t ' ' i- tCT' vu. vit jrHVa,,1 Ft . .. hjrtdoy at J .JtH-, Toon ( ou.utj, Xtw Mexico. VjtMto: r o VKNd. 1 id-Uaee Miitu-r ..t the er MM -!.: vrV Suffice, 3V: a4K U dl'fm'HiPTION. q 50 I JO i me-t I ) pi 'i- vear. . Iha . .iii.i , .ilV,- llir-- riKi ,tliA . 40 I LOCALS. to Hteie'w for Stiftttol fry. j W Mwfurb pBvbi ' hloa ' ,p.i.t us nvr from t . lay. TCTPiari; M a i .. t'te ti ) farifV of' T iiva, i-4 'it OB Hi) iiirg hnt! other It ul UUeitHnwi 3io prwtxffice l1epBhvH?' i'H ii)liHli-d rt (tOBloffl i' 1 Chi. in. sol JMJi wntyj witu i'. UatotO hb Jpaloiadter SnnklU ibl mt h School nu eta lb pi ho.il I niUHmi : voy Sdn JPy ft Si r -f. Bvwryow is Invited bf preeent and t.ike putt in the Mfciaev. "Jfvon am up nb m ef( if "ny, ; jcH m ?r i Ivv.e for the MDn(if ottof Ultd 25 Cent i ty. we-vrill (wmij u that gteatl e.kly evn.iap.- li TiiL-ii. i li'-ail.' ' V j.. -eiii'. $1 33 f'i' n,,tu ,mper ! . , Mr. and .Mis. A. 0.. Hawk and irere t0 1,tlltl dauuhte" arrived iix) Winono L-ke Indiana, ht...

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 June 1907

RIVER PROSPECTOR rr : Vol. vii RED UIVEU, TAOS C'J!Jry, S'EW MEXICO. THURSDAY, JUNE 27. 1907. No. 47 RED THE NEW STORE JOHN ME1.S' NT L. R. PEN N MIL '.ON & PENN 0t.va!e sinti f-'ajicy Groceries frch and Salt Meats Hav and Grain. Cflflcal Directory. N R V MEXICO. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Candles a I foits. Tobacco and Cigars. CALL 'nf &V, l 8 AT THE TOgTOPFIOg, T;ond: V q.orfr McCarthy Company. HRRY BVERY1 HING If yon iHI an' arrester Goir Ea 'Case thresher . .Deer plow, a 8ai gy, a separator, I . furniture, houyt rifle, hardware ct 1 1 a nobby suit of cff h in ttyle and wo. I n i 'fcr the boy. or a o miss, a silk or lriv for the Mrs., or a . It'.iernatioial 'a I. i 'John ij a bug i g .'t?cVi'rte. Utensils, -a Inscription, flip to date n ihip, a salt ress foi the Poplin dress the lady. a sombrero foi the "toss any thing tn wash goods and hosiery. ,,' i:r choice of shoes from five of the leading factcrie.-. in the United States, anything you want in groceries, your choice of 25 br...

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 June 1907

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO Sentiment Would Block Progress. When the project of building a rail way to the top of the Matterhorn was first announced, a few months ago, there wag considerable opposition to It. Zermatt and the district of Vlsp protested, and the Swiss Alpine club was antagonistic. The "Vereln fur HelmatschutJ!," the aim of which It to protect the Alps against vandalism, re fused, on the other hand, to Tote against the railway, but left the mat ter to the judgment of Individual mem bers. The Alpine club finally with drew its objections when attention was called to the fact that It had not withstood the Jungfrau railway (about two-thirds of Which is now completed). The originator of the Matterhorn project, the eminent engineer, H. Im fcld, has written for the Alplna an article In which he reviews the objec tions. The chief ones are that the railway would disfigure ths mountain, would desecrate It, and Injure the guides at Zermatt. His answer la that, in 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. — 27 June 1907

esBBBeeBaBBBBeessaeBl The Disadvantage of 8chool. "Why have you taken your son out of school without asking permission?" Father (a grocer) But they were mini up hlra; I wish to bring him up to carry on my business, and they were teaching him that there are 16 eunres In a pound. Translated for Transatlantic Taleg from 11 Motto per Rldere. Sheer white goods, in fact, any fine Wash goods when new, owe much of their attractiveness to the way they are laundered, this being done in a manner to enhance their textile beau ty. Home laundering would be enual ly satisfactory if proper attention was iven to starching, the flrBt essential being good Starch, which has sufficient trenglh to stiffen, without thickening the goods. Try Defiance Starch and you will be pleasantly surprised at the Improved appearance of your work. An III Wind, Etc. "Her marriage was very unfortun ate, wasn't it?" "Oh, no; she consid ers It quite fortunate." "Why, I under stand she was divorced." '"Exactly, and her divor...

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 June 1907

torr v. i. v ; r. tH Fury i xirdoy U JiJ ;.Av. 7'i ( MMtfj iVtui Mtxioo. V UiUON T 0. KTkVENB. I'l'Bl.IRH Sfsv,nrl -CttMlMMtot Hi the ', pOi ..clflice. J!" ,,,.. j.Xlj rr yeaf "0 JheVy, sir iiiojitli.i & -.LI.. (1 4i4 i) l'o Stye's for Sthliftiu'i V-. . von wnt t oiiv n fir t-eltHS MNahfi ear ' " rllJkioOQti dall or Hire" t'W oflii-e.. Tne Jnioli 8aWth rn 'i titp-ai 1 l i ' i i'dim; i very Sun jij t "J l'l M. Kt ryonc- invited jlfj pr-rei.t Hud take purl in tb A. T) .Hawk, U. BrattoVobtirg Jjan'i Bain cfuiid .'ack liriH'den hci were laht week at tfaliretta ija on Bnhuig tup M'it report j.oty of iisn. Vben in T'.li.Hlietlltiiwn, c.ill at L. n." Inn and.uet a "square 1 Rirti. Jamea- Vickeri m Jhn pMajan and IOMi Willi, of oi , Cotaradoi arrlianl al Ai mi r. the past week to rln (level op. taijijt work on theOld 'I inuo whieh aawriks sotrte '.tith grade ore. IV'iltiaill VclieRn, the 0B At- 'Jarney, a ho h; heen in uanap on iMtoeaM a few days Inst wepfc left SMdnJt Mmntnu for horn b...

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. — 4 July 1907

RED RIVER PROSPECTOR. Vol. vii JBEp RIVJ5R. TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, JCJL1 4, 1907. No. 4P THE NEW STOKE! tfpHN MLSOtJ L R. F EN N . MELSCH PENN 8tapl? f ri Fancy Groceries f r?:f? ad Salt Meats ffav and Grain iiENERAL MERCHANDISE Candies and Nu;-, Tobacco and Cigars. CALL ANDSLT'. I S AT THE POSTOFFICE. :r-A an rJ -A 1 rr Bond Guif d9rf - McQarfcljy Company CUBIT: KViMYTHING If yon want nn I;,t arvetfta" Co's Reape Case thresher, a hay pie Deer plow, A B 'in wagi 'una'. , I . J rtM a i dinfl H i I'.r. gy, a separator, asewitL i -i ' ne furniture, household u. rM k jfle, hardware of any cKic,,' pt1 ,i nobby suit of kv (up to .-I i 1 m style ana workifanibV.ir 1 i s i ; H).) jn a woru, anyiumg fqr the boy. or I dress . the "ut pt the Mawotu EyPORjt V f miss, a silk or Irish Pop'in dress app at reasonable prices, for the Mrs., or. a hf.t,fc l.e T ly.'1 ,a'y TIIET. POND GUgBORF McCARTHf CO, Tos;, New Mexico. The Columbia IlotcJ, tao.s new afEXjicj). Rites a.oo Pr Pay. pine Sa...

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. — 4 July 1907

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. 8an FranclBoo needed Blblea after all more than It did money. A brain storm may be only an tin usual number of "thought vibrations" converging Into a vortex. San Salvador has disbanded Its army. In other words, the govern ment told the man he might go home and raise bananas. A Connecticut fisherman claims to have seen a red-headed devil-fish which stood on its tall and hissed at him. Too much bait. A Chicago University professor thinks that "Americans are too blood thirsty." Move to amend by excerpt ing the word "blood." Dr. Phllpntt says there are more good wives than good husbands, but maybe he Is only judging by the vol ume of conversation. To think of their calling that poor iSpaulsh prince "Alfonso Pio Crlstino Eduardo!" The boys will probably call him Pi. for short! If German scientists have really dis covered a cure for tuberculosis the Test of the world will applaud their de liberate methods of study. Grandfather Gould may have tho...

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. — 4 July 1907

The Hindoo have on their Hull, March 31st, a day on. which they play pranks Rlmllar to those In vogue here on April 1st. They send pcraons with messages to flrlltlouH Individuals, or to those sure to be away from home, and enjoy a laugh at tholr disappointment. It 1 published In Brazilian newspa pers under a Hamburg date Une that the Hamburg-American line and the Hamburg-South American Steamship Company have decided to Jointly Inaug urate a service between New York and Brazilian ports. Acute Reasoning. "Every trade has Its tricks," said H K. Adair, the western detective In Ce dar Rapids. "My trade requires a lot of acute reasoning. It is like the dream diviner's. "A young man went to a dream di viner in great excitement. He had dreamed of his dead sweetheart the night before, and there had been a fig ure five on each of her cheeks. Didn't that signify that he should play 55 In the lottery? "'Hold on,' said the diviner. "Did the girl have her mouth open at the time?' "'Yes,' said the...

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. — 4 July 1907

Protectory reW " 'vwi.t al JvVJ Too ( on, "y, Va iVaaeSaV, VHntONT o. BTEVtOTSr Jiaari era. 3twnd-Cta Matter at the rMJMMMMMOt PrMofflr... , r mT iff,OAnf tln- EdieOt property at Anchor, . r i '. T Wr.Sim.Uv. for. rVmv.r nt. minim I V ..t: luuutun i Xiy, tui Tnor'. . -40-1 LOCALS. !, to KrtAeV far 0tfitkretyi Boyd V. Hanilen, Ue QftMda. )at. win" in t ivrn, I aeuwy. . JP. D. Luc-e matM 4 bnafrleeftiiHl) Javn LatB, t .fcoiatiu, I hie week: 3LD. NaiK-ttrt madeia4b"Ween Skip to Antomto. Colorado iliie IT yon want to huy-.n tiiist -bras ftaav.ii it car nr rijsconnt.i call or lafreea tbis offlr-'. 3be sraimn mad np Tlvl Claa rri3 in hetfe? nlm-pi for travel SrJtry than ever tpfore. harleB Olelnnd la working in Wt anacbiiVe-ehopa iiCiTriniiled. of Ba- Oolorad: it S(inf-hm railroad. Tbe Fniort .-rtHith Sehhol meetsJ jr tiie k I rxn l.liilditig ffery Stiu Ay at t' ti JC Everyone iit inriiied' llar.e pretieii and take, part tin the avrtiueB 151aen i 1iral)ethtown, . call ati t M'uer S .l:u a...

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. — 11 July 1907

I RED RIVER PROSPECTG Vol. vii BED UTTER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, I, 1907. THE NEW STORE JOHN MELSON L. R. PENN MELSON & PENN StapSe ard Fancy Groceries Freehand Salt Meats Hay and Grain. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Candies and NUts. Tobacco and Cigars. CLL AND SEE US AT THE POSTOKFICF.. Bond - Gusdorf-McCarthy Company. CARRY' EVE tYTHING. If you want an International arvester Co's Reaper, a .1 . I. Case thresher, a hay press, a John Deer plow, a Bain wagon, a brig gy, a separator, a sewing nnohine. furniture, household utensil, a rifle, hardware of any description, B nobby suit of clothes (up to date iu style and workmanship,! a suit for the boy. or a dress for tha niisa, a silk or Irish Poplin dress for the Mrs., or a hat for the la Iv, BOND GUSDORF MCCARTHY CO, Taos, New Mexico. The Columbian Hotel, TAO,S NEW MKXICO. Kates $2 oo Per Day. Fine Sample Rooms and Good Accomidation. MRS I. E. HARTMAX, Pioprietor. ADM1NIS TKATOU S NOTICE. Notice is hereby giv.ii that 00 the Did ...

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. — 11 July 1907

Red River Prospector RED RIVER. NEW MEXICO. Apparently Howard Oould took a few lessons from Mont de Castellnne. ProL, Starr should have more re sport for old aj;e than to question Me thuselah's years. Doubtless the gulf stream Is having a harmful influence on the climate of Nebraska by refusing to flow up the Mississippi and Missouri rivers. A Paola (Kan.) man recently eloped with two girls. It seems as if people will never Ret over the foolish prac tice of loading themselves with trou ble. The North Adams Transcript contin ues to take a cheerful view of life. "Whatever else may be said about it," It says, "this is great weather for grass." A good many will sympathize with the young married couple out Hf Dor chester who started a collection of souvenir postal cards In a flat, and now have to hire a whole house. "Uncle Tom's Cabin," without Ice and sans bloodhounds, is being pro duced at a New York roof garden. New York people have been so badly treat ed by the ice trust that the sig...

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. — 11 July 1907

BBBSBaBwSSaBaBSBBBBBaBaBBBBSBaBfsaal w Prominent Roll. Miss Sue Brettr What sort of a role did you have In that last piece5 roote Ughte Why, I had a roll ol stage money as big as a Rood-sized roll of carpet. Yonkers Statesman. The Break-Down Sort. ".Ilngley seems to be very fond 01 walking." "Not at all. You know he's J,at brought one of those cheap motor can they're manufacturing " ''Yes, that's what 1 mean." Catholic Standard and Times. A Capable Woman, "There is no place filled by man, remarked Mrs. Strongmlnd, "that woman cannot nil. ' "It wouldn't be so bad," rejoined her husband, "If she would only let It go at ihat. I saw one today who was fill ing two men's places." "Where?" queried Mrs. S. "In a street car," answered the wretch as he made a hurried exit from the room. Chicago News. It Tastes Just the Same. "You say you were In the saloon at the time of the assault referred to In the complaint?" asked the lawyer. "I was, sir." "Did you take cognizance of the bar keeper of th...

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. — 11 July 1907

r ' cr r-ospectot, H ' It Vol. VII. ft. W, Kvfry Tkurixlft) i Jfed H t Tno County, Wf MrJo& RIMIONT 0, ST. VKNM. 'tird n SeooTid-C's Matter nt the Pp'' River. Nw Mextop. PoKtoflfica RATKSOF Hl.BSaCRUTION. We- My, rr yr 1.B0 Weekly, pis months, 7fi Wfeklv, tlir" month 40 LOCALS. Co tc SteveV for StMiotiery . T. A. Cotp and 0. I W lis ro turr,d to fin Btron. Km dny. Craiy Tnrton is in Arknisup and hns a re. pooittbl poiitior in b irge More. The Hh wk-RrinidcrdiirLf fiHiiintr pmty rptn'ned from Cabresto hike laet Saturday, Wru. M. Adnir, RDd two m 'tis and a friei d fi( n. Thop ppnt Inst wepl fithiny at Ltlic Oiihrtpto. Tf vin want to buy a firm r'mm mil ifli car at a rliaeonni, call or addrffn ttds nfflce. 1 lie bridge acrjies 'it 'or creek l:c t I;tst beeo repaired and teams qen now pHFs ovt-r it. If is report d llint work vv-U f n be roomed on the indepeiuJ. i Die proper.! on Bitter creek. Red Rivet may not, liavo bad a "R't- FonitU' hoi she bad quite a diapMy of fire worhs In t...

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. — 25 July 1907

RED RIVER PROSPECTOR. A L ' t RIVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, JULY 15)07. IE NEW STORE NMFaLBoN L. R. JENN -SON & PENN btapc and Fancy Crocerles Fresh and Salt Meats Hav and Grain. : l ML ME RCH AN D I SE rg BtttKNuts. Tobacco and Cigars. n iLti AND PB AT gttg POSTOKI T' 'E. id -Gusdorf - McCarthy Company. CARRY EVE lYTHING. - ' li van 't an Intern itional , a sombrero for the "boss r ..-'.er Go's Reaper, a J I. A etl latter, a hay press, a John pjttM pig r, a Bain wagon, a bag. cy,;- itor, i sewing machine, fi rm, m.:, household utensils, n rifie, hardware of any description, a uobbvst'.ii of clothes (up to elate it, style and workmanship,) a suit f-jr the bov or a drew for the anv thW in wash roods and hosiery. Your choice of shoes from five of the leading factories i" the (United States, anything you want i" groceries, vour ahoic of 25 brands of coffee and five grades of flour (minding Pillsbnry's & Colora do.) In a word, anything von want at the Mammoth EmWRJ V...

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. — 25 July 1907

Red River Prospector RED RIVER. NEW MEXICO. The Case of Central America. Ab the preservation of peace 'by the Central American republics seems lm posslble, it has been suggested that the United states and Mexico unite In a t;otectorate over then, after they have been combined into a single fed eration. Mexico and the United States already exercise an informal oversight over affairs in Central Amer ica. A little more than a year ago this country practically forced two of the warring republics to come to terms. This spring American war ships patrolled the coasts of Honduras, Nicaragua and Salvador, protecting the property of foreigners so effective ly that they seriously Interfered with the activity of the contending armies. The Mexican government has lately struck a hard blow at revolutions by demanding that Ouatemaln surrender the Guatemalans responsible for the murder In Mexico of a former Guate malan president. If Mexico insists that murder is murder even when done in the name of ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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