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in* MAY RAISE QUARANTINE 8cabie* ft Reported*© Have Been Eradicated By the Representa tives of the Government. The quarantine on North Dakota, and Montana cattle may be raised soon. This ia the encouraging n0ws con veyed in reccnl iters ington from Wash wfclch reached this city. Dr. R. |A. Ram»»K t-hief of the in spectors bf the bureau of animal in oUBtry west of the Missouri river aitd formerly of this city is expected here In a few days to make a thorough in vestigation. It is reported that upon the report of Dr. Ramsay will depend the decision regarding the raising of the quarantine. Dr. Tracy, who has charge of the business of the bureau of animal in dustry in North and South Dakota and 'Montana, stated today that the cattle in the three states had not been in wetter condition in years. "The scabies have been almost en tirely eradicated," said Dr. Tracy, "and I would not be surprised If the re port concerning the raising of the quarantine should be well founded."- ANDERSON FINED. "Sooner" Hunter Paid for Killing Ducks Too Early. Martin Anderson was arrested near tjift slough west of the city yesterday afternoon by Gamfe Warden Starr on a charge of violating the game laws. In Anderson's possession were found slX ducks. Anderson at first declined to submit, to arrest and the game. ftarderi left Louie Holzer as a guard until he could come to Fargo and secure a weapon. This morning Anderson pleaded guil ty to the charge preferred against him -by the game warden, and was assessed $15 and Costs, which he promptly paid- Special Term. A special term of the district court la In progress in Moorhead this after noon. It is reported that Thomas Morgan, charged with horse stealing, will plead guilty. Morgan was arrested at Davenport several weeks ago on information sent out by Sheriff Hunt. He was charged with stealing a horse and wagon be longing to Bolene & Martin, the Moor lioad saloon keepers. Marriage Licenses. The following marriage licenses were Issued by Clerk of County Court Soeensnn today: Harold A. Jack son an# Alma E. Rudd. both of Fargo. Qustaf Q. Sieldseth an! Gusta O. Bjerke, both of Davenport. John Skala of Chaffee and Mary Pl$er of Alice. POSTpFFICE CHANGES. Cofifressrvtai Gronna's Appointments •nd Re'etnMmendations for State. Congressman Gronna's recommenda tions for establishment of postofllces and appointment of postmasters in North Dakota, from Aug. 1 to 24, art: Newly Established Offices. Km rick, Wells county, F. C. Clough, postmaster. Beaumont, Mercer county, Mrs. Jane Brown, postmaster. Pekin, Nelson county, Peter P.' Ids* voag, postmaster. Mary, McKenzie county, Wm. N. Crist, postmaster. Hoosier, Hettinger county, Wm. N. Hendricks, postmaster. Ambrose, Williams COttgty, ElstOW McKoan, postmaster. 1 1 (Recommended) Rothville, Williams county, Ed. M. Roth, county. Appointments—(Recommended.) J. D. Root, postmaster, Guelph, Dickey county. Henry A. Hanson, postmaster, Gra no. Ward county. Appointments Made: JT. W. Hill, Avoca, Williams coun ty Mary A. Burfield, Thorne, Isollette county. Penina Ward, Cromwell, Burleigh county. yJtu Clarence E. Joseph, Zion, Towner county. August Sjoquist, Dwlght, Richland county. Franz Breitzmann, Martin, McLean county. Office# Discontinued. Odessa, T3enson county, ctiarigfcd to Hamar, Eddy county, Erland Christof ferson, postmaster. Crossier, Nelson county, changed to Tolna, Edward Hollander, postmaster. Theed, Richland county and Wilma, Haines county, discontinued in conse quence of R. F. D. service from- Fair mount and Dazey, respectively. &TOMACH The digest ive o rg a n s o e n n e e a s s i s a n e That's when the Bitters w i o v e its worth. It cures' FlatiflfiHSjfi Heartburn, Pool Appetite indigestion, not 0y*p«ptla or Costivenect NEW THEATRE GOSSIP flumort of a "New Amusement Place Seem to Be Premature— One May Be Built. A persistent report fasts boon our* rent to the effect that a new theatre would soon be built in Fargo and that It would be opened this winter play ing vaudeville companies. It has even been reported tna. the contract for the building had been let. While the reports do not appear to be without foundation, they are rather premature. A proposition for the es tablishing of a vaudeville house in Fargo has been under consideration for several weeks and a representa tive of a vaudeville circuit was in the city about six weeks ago looking over the field. Local capitalists sub mitted a proposition, offering to build a theatre providing a suitable lease could be arranged. Nothing has been heard1 from the manager of the cir cuit for three weeks and while it i« expected that something will mater ialize soon, no definite plans have been made. According to popular reports, the new theatre will be 60*140 feet and will be located on First avenue north. The reported plans provide for store rooms on the ground floor and .some office rooms on the second floor. Another rumor was to the effect that the theatre was for the purpose of fighting the big trust and to give the independents a place for stock and road companies as well as vaudeville, and to break the jump between the twin cities and Helena and Butte. CUTTING AGAIN IN TOIL8. Haa Spent In Most of Hit Tlrt# County Jails. Albert Cutting, who has "&erved a great deal of time in eoimty jails cm charges of blind piffging and escaped time in the penitentiary, was brought to Grand Forks last night from Nel son county, where he was held to the district court o® a charge of pigging at Aneta. Cutting was in jail on Jan. 1, 1903, when Sheriff Turner went into office. He was serving a sentence of six months for pigging. Ai.er that it. is Claimed that he served three months in Devils Lake on a similar charge and 14 months in Bottineau. He was arrested some time ago at Aneta for Pigging, and after he had served five months was released, the required evi dence to convict him being unavail able at that time. He iwas released laat July and returned to Aneta where he was arrested again Saturday on a similar charge. He was given a pre liminary hearing yesterday and was held to the district court. A. second offense for pigging is supposed to car ry a penitentiary sentence with it, and it is hardly probable that Cutting will get away from It this time If fee is convicted. Free Votes on Piano. With every 25 cents worth of virk don© at! the Dixon Laundry Co. you are entitled to a ticket good for one votevon a $400 piano, which will be given to the lodge, society, or chari table institution receiving the most votes, sometime In November. Ask for tickets—the Dixon is the only laundry giving these tickets free—ask for them. Rough dry work 6 cents per lb. Phone 666. CLOSING IS DENf«1 Stenfemoe 8ays West Restaurant Will Remain In Business. Among the many reported business changes, current on the streets todlay, is one in connection with the West restaurant. According to on© report, the restaurant will be closed soon and the Hecla theatre moved to the lo cation. This report was strenuously denied by P. Steneonoe, one of the proprietors otf the West restaurant. "There is not a word of trutih in th© report that the West restaurant will either be closed or moved from the present location," said Mr. Stens moe. "It is possible, however, that there may be some changes made in connection with the restaurant ill a few days." N. D. NORSEMAN IS HOME. Visit to Norway On the Occasion*of The Coronation. Dr. Herman Fjelde, of Abercrombie, N. D-, reached Minneapolis yesterday direct from Norway bubbling over with enthusiasm. He was the leader of the "Normanoa faerd" or Norse men's expedition to Norway on the steamship United States of the Scan dinavian-American line. There were 500 in the party and although the liner did not reach Christiania until 11 p. m. there were fully 1,000 people at the dock to' greet them. Then the next day the Americans gathered at the statue of Henrik Wergeland, tlhe poet and artist, decorated the pedes tal with Old 6lary, sang American and Norwegian national airs, made speeches and glorified the memory of Henrik Wergeland. Dr. Fjelde was present at the coro nation ceremonies in the cathedral of Trondhjem, the great American re union at which William J. Bryan wan the principal speaker, and many other gatherings. Then he went to Aals sund, his native place. The town is rapidly rising from its allies and will be a much handsomer place than its inhabitant® had ever hoped for. He was in Aeteund during the visits of King Haakon, the St. Olaf College band and Emperor William, each one a gala event. WE ARE FORCED TO MOVE to larger quarters. After Sept. 20 our friends will find us at the new location, opposite the Masonic Temple, on Fifth Street North. THE RLINSMANN CO. THE FAftGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN", TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST WANTED—Men to drive dray, good wages. Call at Fjfrt-'s dray office, MagUl block, or 909 Seventh street south. WANTED—50 men and teams for threviling, $5 a day. Write at once to Bisbee Employment Agency, Bis bee, N. D. WANTED—Chore boy for farm. Must understand milking and care of stock. Phone 1168, or write Edgewood farm, Fargo. WANTED—Man to run elevating grader, one who has had experience. Address T. Twichell or L. L. Twichell, 610 Front street, Fargo. WANTED—Pharmacist In good live town, must be registered in North Dakota. Good salary to right party Safford Drug Co., Grano, N. D. WANTED—Men to learn the barber trade. Splendid opportunity just now. Illustrated catalogue free. Mo ler Barber College, Minneapolis, Minn. Established 1893. POSITIONS WANTED. Male. WANTED—Position in drug store, by Norwegian college graduate. Two years' experience as pharmacist. Speaks English, Norwegian and German. In quire of J. P. Hertsgaard, Kindred, N* POSITION WANTED. Female. WANTED—Men's plain washing, 123 Twelfth street north. LADY bookkeeper and stenographer will be at liberty Sept. 1. Address 401 Ninth street north, Moorhead. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED—Boilers to re-flue, engines to rebuild flrst-class Work guaran teed. Once a customer always a cus tomer. Give us a trial order. Call or address Northwestern Iron works, S. A. Hann, proprietor, Churchs Ferry, N. D. FOR RENT. ^Offices. SUITE of rooms with vault, !n Maglll block. Call Pierce & Tenneson. FOR RENT—Office block, Front street. WHY DO YOU DEPEND ON A SIGN OVER YOUR DOOR, OR IN YOUR WINDOW? Fargo Wants. Ten Words word after first Inser tkm. One Week Fifty Cents Rates for Classified Advertising: One-half cent a word per Insertion after first Insertion 25 cents for first insertion of any ad up to 26 wordB— then one cent a word. HELP WANTfiD—MALE. WANTED—Coachman. Apply at Far go Mercantile Co. WANTED—At once, a good all around butcher. Address D. Sumper, La Moure, N. D. CARPENTER wanted at Dllworth, Minn., good wages, long job. New man & Hoy. WANTED—Good all around printer. Write at onde stating wages. The Times, Starkweather, N. D. WANTED—Registered assistant phar macist. Steady employment to right party. Sturgeon Pharmacy, Edgeley, WANTED—Good strong boy, who is not afraid of work, to run errands and help with mail. Apply at Forum office. rooms, Morris Phone 672-L. BASEMENT OFFICE for rent, also fine large room on third floor. Fargo National bank. NOTICE—WE WILL BUY ALL KINDS of men's second hand clothing and shoes. Send postal Naftalin Bros., 314 Front street. WILL EXCHANGE. A GOOD residence property and store building, clear, In a booming town in Iowa to trade for land. Address Jay Tennant, Rockwell City, Iowa. PERSONAL. SHOULD Blanchard's Eczema- Lotion not give speedy or satisfactory re sults, notify Pr-f. Joseph Blanchard, skin specialist, Minneapolis. Meredith Drug Co., Fargo. Supply druggists. Real Estate. Stop—Why Go to Canada? Y\Then ron can sr«t froe homesteads in th« beautiful "Golden ValleyT" Fifteen townships will be open for filing on March 20. Boil, black loam with clay subsoil, excellent water, climate very mild stock rem at large al! winter. Kailroad laod# at $8 to *12.50 per acre adjoining your homestead. Free fare, free livery and hotel bill to all purchasing one quarter of railroad lands adjoining homestead, which will be shown yon free of all cost except the filmier fee, If yoa come soon you can goi yonr choice from sis to sixty miles on either side of main line of Call N. P. Hallway, Free eosi. upon or address GEORGE H. PURCHASE, BEACH. NORTH DAKOTA. FOR SALE One quarter section of land, situated in S. E, Sec. I, T. 159, R. 62, in Cavalier County, N. D. Good build jugs and ap excellent well of soft water, with 90 acres under good cul tivation, For further information ad dress, M. C. DILLON, Trenton, N. D. l* I I •4. V A. a .-U-uit jfnn^wu 1 X-» t' 1- "*,•» nepcappi 1 Fargo Wants. Ten Words word One Week Fifty Cents Rates for Classified Advertising: One-half cent a word per Insertion after first Insertion 26 cents tor first insertion of any ad up to 26 words then one cent a word. ^J^^ANTEp—FEMALE. WANTE6-Laundry girls. Dixon laun dry. WANTED—Competent girl to cook at Darrow hospital, Moorhead. WANTED—Good girl for general housework, 614 Ninth avenue south. WANTED—Good girl for general housework. 1205 Fourth avenue south. WANTED—Chamber maid, no cook ing. good wages. 1329 Third avenue south. WANTtD—Girl to help with house work no cooking. 901 Sixth street south. BARBER WANTED«-*At once, steady job, $i: per week and half over $25. F. Cooper, Hampden, N. D. WANTED—Intelligent young lady. Good chance to learn nursing. Dar row hospital, Moorhead. WANTED—Good girl fpr general housework small family, good wages. 914 Fourth avenue south. COMPETENT girl wanted for general housework, small family, good wages. Apply 420 Ninth avenue south. WANTED—Girls and cooks good po sitions. W. A. Ristvedt, employment agent, Savings & Loan building, phone 1388. WANTED—Girl to help in small fam "y- K°°d wages, cook with gas. Mrs. T. H. McEnroe, 723 Seventh street south. Phone 455-M. LAUNDRY GIRLS of experience wanted one polisher and one to sort and mark. Good, salaries. Brecken ridge steam laundry, Breckenrldge, Minn. WANTED—Lady canvassers for the *iHii'it.v Placket Fastener. Every laly wants one. Good remuneration. Apply to W. M. Toole, state agent, 20 Huntington block. WANTED—Experienced girl composi tor, straight matter only. Position to be filled at once. Apply, stating experience and wages desired, to The Gazette-News, Park River, N. D. WANTED—Competent girl for gener al( housework modern house, two in family, no children, washing done by machinery, go#d wages. Call 917 Sev enth street south, or phone 1110-M. WANTED—Young ladles at least 20 years old. to work in hospital and learn nursing. Must contract for two years. Salary $8 and $10 per month, room and board. Address M. U. Greene, Jamestown, N. D. WANTED—Experienced operators on power machines to make pants, shirts and Mackinaw coats. Best prices, good treatment and well venti lated factory. Good operators can make from $8 to $20 per week. Address Dacotah Manufacturing Co., 97 east Fifth street, St. Paul, Minn. FOR RENT. rushed FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms, modern. 361 Eighth avenue south. FOR RENT—Furnished house, Sept. 1. 602 Front street. E. B. Woodard. FOR RENT--Furnlshed rooms, modern, single or en suite. Splendid loca tion. 1114 Second avenue south. Phone 433-L. FOR RENT. Cottages, S. S. FOR RENT—Five-room cottage, south side lights, gas, basement.. Grand Union Tea Co. FOR RENT. Rooms Furnished, N, FOR RENT—Two modern rooms Duncan block. In FOR RENT—Modern, furnished room, near town. 1020 First avenue north. FOR RENT—Furnished room, strictly modern home, private family |8 per month. 702 Broadway. FOR RENT—Choice furnished room in modern house, four blocks from postofllce. 102 Twelfth Street north. $8 and $10 1021 First avenue north. FOR RENT—Two furnished modern house, by Sept. 1. rooms, Prices FOR RENT. Houses, N. 8. FOR RENT—Seven-room house, north side, near school and car line elec tric lights $20. Apply Watklns, Da kota Business College. FOR RENT—-New 8-room house, base ment, cistern, pump In kitchen. Be tween Ninth and Tenth streets on Sev enth avenue north. Enquire 415 Fourth avenue north. FOR RENT, STORE. FOR RENT-Large store with or without upstairs, at 500, care Forum. building. Enquire FOR RENT—Store building at Park River, N. D. E. B. Woodard, 602 Front street, Fargo. ROOM^ANDBOARD WANTED. WANTED—Board and room by widow with child. Mother working in office during day. Address, Widow, care Forum. Forum Want Ad* Get Results. 1906. Vli V Farg'o Wants. Rates for Classified Advertising: One-half cent a word per Insertion after first Insertion 26 cents for first Insertion of any ad up to 26 words then one cent a word. FOR 3ALE. FOR SALE—Fresh milch cow. quire Stanford's feed store. FOR SALE—A two-seat hunting wag on, newly painted and In good con dition. Apply at 118 Broadway, or phone 365-L. you don't find the house or room here to suit you, advertise for it. Hundreds of people are watching this column for your ad. FOR SALE—Cass county maps, show ing names of owners of every quar ter section. By express, $1.75 for pa per, $3.25 for cloth backs. FOR SALE—Ten pointers, fine work ing stock, none better. Eligible to registration. A. A. Twichell. Tower City kennels, Tower City, N. IF YOU want a good hunting dog, that has had three weeks' work this year and an elegant hunter, every dog guaranteed, write J. Furcht, Wimble don, N. D. FOR SALE—A few of those celebrated sets of Forum dishes. $6 pays for the set and TJie Dally Forum six months In advance—If your arrear ages are paid. FOR SALE—Store fixtures, scales, safe, counters, shelving, show cases, marble slab, butchers' outfit, ice box,' team mules, harnesses and wagon. Gate City Grocery, Fargo. FOR SALE—At a bargain a 32-horse power Iteeves traction engine, com plete with siphon oil pump and plow attachments, run about 30 days. Ad dress Geo. FOR RENT. FOR RENT— Four-horse barn, hay loft, pump in connection, quire Sam Paper, phone 586. FOR RENT—Whole or part of 8-room house, furnished, half block from street cars, good neighborhood. Ad dress M. G,, care Forum. ^^^FOR^AJ_E^RJEXCHANGE: FOR SALE or exchange for farm lands, some of the best residences in Fargo on Eighth and Ninth streets south. Address or apply to dt*he Farmers* Land Co., 612 Front street, Fargo, N. D. WANTED TO RENT. WANTED—One or two unfurnished rooms. 402 Front street, phone 694. WANTED—On or before Oct. 1, small unfurnished flat, must be modern, with heat. Address Jj-5, care Forum. WANTED—Unfurnished house of 4 to 6 rooms or part of large house, on or before Oct. 1. Must be modern. Ad dress L-5, care Forum. WANTED TO RENT—By man and wife, two or three modern unfurnish ed rooms for light housekeeping, cen trally located. Phone 493-L. WANTED TO RENT—One large or two medium sized rooms, furnished or unfurniHhed, in a modern house on south side, by young married couple. Rooms where board can be secured preferred. Address or call at 813 First avenue north. WANTED TO BUY. wantedTto^'buy^a^^ of men's second hand clothing. Send a postal card to J. J., 224 Front street, Fargo, N. D- ^_ROOM AJ^JBOARDjOFFERED, ROOM AND BOARD at 1J21 Second avenue south. BOARD, with room and Eighth street north. WHY NOT TRY A FORUM WANT AL? THE RESULTS ARE SO SATISFACTORY. Ten Words One Week Fifty Cents word after first Inser tion. En- FOR 8ALE—Nice clean old papers, 15 cents per hundred at Forum office FOR SALE—Nearly new sixty dollar leather couch, cheap. Flat 1, Eggen block. FOR SALE—20 lots on Lake Cormor ant. Roy M. Farmer, room 5, Tyler block. FOR SALE—Well broken pointer dog 2 years old. J. E. F. Brown, Milwau kee depot. A CASH SNAP—$175 takes an Olds mobile runabout, In good running condition. Address Auto, care Forum. Veitch, jr., Argusvllle, N. D- FOR SALE—Controlling interest In a profitable bank in northern North Dakota. Good reasons for selling, but will sell to responsible party only. Do not apply unless you mean business. For particulars apply to S. Y., care of The Forum. FOR SALE—Candy floss machine, made by Empire Cream Separator Co. Turns sugar into threads of silky sweetness, looking for all the world like cotton, yet not sticky. It's a big money maker. Owner will sell at half price because he has not time to give to management. Anyone who can follow up fairs or carnivals from town to town, can clear $20 to $50 per day above expenses. Address W. 27, care Forum. Farg'o Wants. condition. nice En- FOR RENT—Four upstairs rooms for light housekeeping, nicely located. Apply Sam Paper, phone 586. FOR RENT—Pleasant, well located rooms in h&ir store, dressmaker pre ferred. Mrs. J. Kopleman, 810 Front street. Words Week word after Cents Rates for Classified Advertisings One-half cent a word per insertion af ter first Insertion 25 cents for first Insertion of any ad up to 26 words then one cent a word. BULL TERRIER8 FOR 8ALE. FOR KALE—Handsome, high class buh terrier pups for sale. Both sire and dam prize winners In leading shows. Pups pedigreed and eligible to registration. Grown stock. Fargo Kennels, l" irgo, N. D. BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE. WE BUY, sell or exchange new and second hand furniture. Easy terms. M. Levits, 416 Fr nt street, Fargo. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—8. S. 50x140 FOOT LOT on Eighth avenue south. Water, sewer, cement walk and paved street $700. O. W. Kerr Co., Fargo. 50x150 FOOT LOT on Eighth avenue south. Water, sewer, cement walk, paved Street and trees $726. O. W. Kerr Co., Fargo. TWO 50x140 FOOT lots on Eighth a.d nue south, five blocks from Fargo college. Water, sewer, cement walk, paved street and trees. Fine residence property $1,450. O. W. Kerr Co., Far go. FOR SALE—two fine 50xl40-foot lots on Eighth avenue, Island park water, sewer, cement walks, paved streets, trees, within 75 feet of car line. Will rent modern 7-room house built on either lot for $35 per month. Box 27, Fargo P. O. REAL ESTATE FOR 8ALE—N. 8. LOT near A. C. on car line, $250. O. W. Kerr Co. FOR SALE—Three line lots on Thir teenth street north. 50x140, high and dry. A bargain if taken soon room Fargo National Bank block. ^HOUSEKEEPERS' HEADQUARTERS BUY, SELL"AND EXCHANGE—N•_w and second hand furniture and stoves. Hartsteln, 402 Front street phone 181. FOR SALE. Household Goods. FOR SALE—Household furniture, call mornings, at 923 Second avenue south. FORSALE CHEAP-Radiant Home range, four holes. Call at 308 Tenth street north. FOR SALE—Direct action gas range, used three months, also furniture. Grand Union Tea Co. NEW and second hand furniture, In nf pim!nt plan. Fargo Auction store. "10 1« irst avenue north. FOR SALE CH EA P—Garland self feeder and Satisfaction range, good 102 Twelfth street. north. —Heating stove, double radiation, so constructed as to carry heat to all parts of house. Heats two fftory, eight-room house perfectly. Will burn coal, wood, lignite, coke equally well. Used one year, Is in good con uition. Owner will sell cheap as ho has modern house. W. 27, care Forum. BUSINJE8S CHANCE. FOR SALE—Restaurant, complete 11* tures, good location. In Fargo. A. K., care Forum. PRINTING—One-third Interest In large printing plant big business best city in northwest ill health snap If taken at once. P., Forum, Fargo. FOR SALE—A first-class power print ing plant in North Dakota town, do ing good business a snap if taken at once. Have good reason for selling. Address Plant, care Forum. A PHYSICIAN and surgeon desiring to obtain a well established business, can secure Information by addressing Physician, efirpr Forunt. Practice now runs about $2,&Q0*pei** yeAr. Good rea son for desiring change. FOR 8ALE—Hotel with lunch counter and new soda fountain. Doing a fine business in good North Dakota rail road town. This Is a money maker. \V ill seM or tftfdfl Red river valley land. Reasons for selling, sickness, must change climate. Address Mack, care Forum. POST OARps ANp SOUVENIRS. POST CARDS and souvenira, the largest line in the west comic, leather, pjctorial and scenic. Send for samples and prices. We sell to deal ers only. The Porte Company, Far go, N. D. bath. 120 ROOM and board to be obtained at Mrs. jr. A. *enth (tmt south. til •v.*' H. v 4 •'t'-1 s LOST. L08T—Lewellyn pup. black, white and tan. Return for reward to 23 Eighth street south. C. T. Yaeck L08T—Wiiifr satin belt with belt pin. Owner very anxious to recover pin as it is a keepsake. Reward for re turn, 11 JO Second avenue south. LOST—Lady's hand bag, ioutatning & 7 '1~. gold watch and chAW/golff t-fng mix with diamond chip Front street for liberal reVdrd. LOST—Brown leather satchel, between Eighth and Ninth street south. Re turn for reward to 136 Ninth street south. LOST—Monday afternoon. between Plrt^ff and N. P. depot, lady's gold wktcfi'v broken chain and small gold cross "Attached. Reward for return to Forum office. For State News Read The Forum. •'--Vv^ K '•'aft CM* f*vM .in,. I "J I "up. $ «$ $ I I ,4'