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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 25 July 1907
I - I "Why Is a hat always chosen aa a bet between gentlemen?" aaka an English humorist. For the samp rpflson that a girl always stakes a box of candy when she makes a wager. If Charles Dana Olbson dn'-sn't like the singe Cllbson girls, what Is he vo Ing to say about the Olbson pictures that are burnt on sofa pillows by ana teur pyromanlars? TWO TERRIBLE YEARS. The short apple crop has one thing to commend It. There will be fewer hard-cider "Jags" reported next winter. How the Village Progressed. "Well, well!" exclaimed the mat who had wandered back to the village "80 the Eagle house Is still the Eagle house? No change after twenty yeata." "There hev been a few changes," . erted the oldest Inhabitant with some HBcerbity. "Since you've been gone the hotel hez been respectively the tlrand Union, the Grand Central, the (inmd Junction, the Great Northern, the Great Southern, the Imperial, the Re gal, the Empire, - the Monarch, the Prince of Wales, the Regent, an' a few other loyalties w...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 25 July 1907
r. .w..s- Prcpreor, Vol. Vll. it fid fled River, New Mexico. I'oMolfi. t 1 1 ." BATEBOF HCBS6liPT'r( Weekly, per year Veekly, pt months .75 ffwk'r. ' g uionlliB 40 Oo to Stee'n for Sl.ilici.' rv ll. I. W-.R in t'ieetH, this hn i Hi it t! . Mallet i i. Post ( lii.-e J W. JId is now located at Ore' ii Hpi it), Ny County, Ne vada. Tf vmi winn 1 i mil itr ear h' a addi w tl in , ffi Imv a first claBH .'all or e'loyd I,, Hamblen, the Xpei ib.ai t. wis a Viifinp'sB rer Monday. visitor iB Maude Cannon and Linby pe, coiirin aifl sister respee. y, .f Jew Pliinps. Jr., were .;ui-t a! 0m ai.a over .Sunday Pbi tivi 1 Cnioi Sabbath School meets in li e Hchool I ni'dinir tverv Snrj day rt i! p. m. Pvervone is invited to be preset. t Hud take part in the eer ites. Tliire warn ab 0t 15 arrivals on Mon lev's train bound for the Bro inidi disti ict. Ties f ii dras Min ing Peporter. yVT-o in Bliz'ibethlown, eall at the Miners Inu and set a "square meal. Mrs. Charge. Jaiiu u Vicker ia ui Geo. Mallette ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 1 August 1907
RED RIVER PROSP Vol. vii RED BIVER, TA08 COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THE NEW STORE JHN MELSON L. R. PENN 1 MELSON & PENN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh and Salt Meats Hav and Grain. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Candies arvdlNuts. Tobacco and Cigars. CALL AND SEE US AT TUP, POSTOFFIE. Bond - Gusdorf - McCarthy Company. CARRY EVE IYTHIN9. If you want an Intermtional arvester Co's Reaper, a J . I. Caae thresher, a hay pr.-ss, a John Deer plow, a H un wagon, a bu gy, a separator, a sewing machine, furniture, household utensils, a nfle, hardware of any description, a nobby suit of clothes (up to date in style and workmanship, ) a suit for the boy. or a dress for the xtiss, a silk or Irish Poplin dress for the Mrs., or a hat for the lady. BOND GUSDORF McCARTH Y CO, Taos, New Mexico. The Columbian Hotel, TAO.S NEW MEXICO. Rates $2.00 Per Day. I-iiic Sample Rooms and Good Accomidation. MRS I. E HARTMAN, Proprietor. AD VIINIS I' HATCH'S NOTICE. Notico is hereby given that on itie 3 d day of June, A. D....
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 1 August 1907
- a lslt to I Jt Lon- 11 stairs fe rons Ited cor- atenos- Lmerlcan leard Ml lerlcfn Bid husband," ahe told hi Jackson sTrwg lusbami and his plea was hauKht...j: (granted. They danced, and she danced divinely. Tho music and the motion made his blood surge. After a time he saw his hostess once more unclaimed. This time she did not send him to her husband. They were barely on the floor before her husband came to them. In curt Spanish tho wife was ordered to her room and Jackson was left standing thunderstruck. A merry laugh, all the merrier for being discreetly subdued, brought him around upon Senorita Blolse Arden, one of the few girls to whom he had been introduced. "Is that one of the customs of this lovely land of yours?" he demanded. nut a man dance with another wife?" unless She husband first grants Ion," she murmured. Hut you see 1 know so little. to-day 1 met a procession in the it. All who met it bared their id crossed themselves, but I iow what It meant." it a funeral, Senor?...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 1 August 1907
"Oh, BdRr, If now ther should sno nljr be a collision, how delightful It would be to die thus together!" (Af ter a pause) It Is true that your life la Insured, Is It not?" Translated from Transatlantic Talea from "Fllegende Blatter." A British physician says strawber ries, If consumed in large quantltlea, will give a bad temper to the eater. It la enough to make anyone's tem per bad when he sees the little ber ries that are hidden by the fine large onea on top of the box. A Rooseveltlan Yarn. A Washington correapondent told the ther night a story that he claimed to have heard from President Roosevelt at a Gridiron Club dinner. "Two Women," he sa'd, "were dls Dusslng some new neighbors who had moved into one of the most sumptuous bouses In their city. " "They seem to be very rich,' said the first. " 'Oh, they are, said the second. "-'Shall you call?' "' 'Decidedly.' "'You are quite sure, are you, thai they are er quite correct, quite er good form?' "'Oh, my dear, I'm positive," said ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 1 August 1907
M Prospector, Vol. VI I. ry Thurtdny at H" -Kloa , 7om County, Mem M" VRKWONT C. 8TKVEN8. PrjBMSHBR. tnU ied SeiKnd-Cla Matter, at the 'fed River, New MiOO,,PotofTic. j ... RATES OF HURHORIFrrON. Weekly, per year fl.lW Weekly, six months 75 WeeHy, three mouths 40 Co to Sloe's fcr Sti lior.ery . 'R -T. Luce inH'l- (Muitiess trip co E'iz tbehtown, SitunKy. If Y"U wart t . 1 ii v a rninn u car at ' M i'iconi ddre ' ibis hVe ntft c ' ri kb i t, CH or fh hsitle t. people t the Col timbinsj ha vh jpiren h enntmrt 0,1 their ii inii p'-onerty to At M U..mr ; and S. U . rhompaon. 'Y u ' The i 'nioi. S.ddi'ith Se'nnol n ir tie K'l Mil nilditui fver h n dey 1 1 r. M. Keivtuie i inviied to 1 e-) it;-' M snd take pal I iu'the ea i" e. E I Ji iee is entiinj out a rr.i,t' t0 t'i R iv,-u p hoc n.oi'tvt ir . I ; r . y on L round- VV'tmin FiliKabethtown, enli st Ikws'iner's Ion snd iet. a "aq.are aaei! Mis. .fames Vicker is in' fJjarK.'j. ed Plver No 5a Loy l AngUhtine ia now aliou, ported .hat a par...