IMPROVED FARMS and WILD LAND for sale.
RANKING COMPANY FAILS.
Assignment Made by New York Ft-,
Dyspepsla»/.ls our national ailment,
Burdofck Blood Bitters is the national
cure for it. It .strengthens stomach
'membranes, promotes flow of digestive
juicesv purities the blood, builds you
Any skin itching is a temper-tester:
The more you scratch the worse it
Itches. Doan's Ointment cures piles,
eczema—any skin itching. At all drug
'T have been somewhat costive, but
Doan's Regtilftts gave Just* the results
desired. They act mildly and regulate
th« bowels perfectly.'' George B.
Krause, 300 Walnut avenue, Altoona,
A specific for pain—Dr. Thomas' Ec
lectric Oil, strongest, cheapest, liniment
-ever devised. A household retiiedy in
American for twenty-live years.
HARE GEMS $OL$
Peridot, Obsidian and Other Stones
of Past Ages Change Hands.
London, March 28.—A fine^collection
of gemts. which Includes stones prac
tically unknown in the preaent age, has
been sold at auction.. The strange
gems are the obsidian, tourmaline, ju
eynth and peridot, which, although
neglected by English jewelers for cen
turies, were greatly prized in the past,
especially by the Italians.
Holbein, the great lHiinter, designed
many ornaments, with ti»-se Stones in
his day, and they were regarded as
of priceless value. Since tho middle
ages, however, the art of mounting the
gems with enameled gold, which guv
them a brilliant un-1 charmjng appear
unep, haT been duid, and they hav.'
dropped out of use. Now there is a
sudden revival of Interest in them, and
pendants, necklaces and bracelets con
taining them are bcinf eagerly sought
by society women.
Tho fctones are much less costly than
diamonds or rubies, but. they have
more sparkle, life and fire. The reui
dot is of a rich (shade of gre -n, Jvnd
the tourmaline and jacynth have beau
tlful changing hues of» red, distinctly
resembling the ruby, but not marly so
,, consistent in color. They came from
•4, India. Australia and South Ainerlcfu
The o"bsldiah is not so -pretty a stbne,
hut Is attractive when well mounted.
PHONOGRAPH AS WITNESS.
Waraiced Paris Tenant Gbts Judjttunt
]4rls, March few days ago,
accoiding to a' report from Bale, Switz
erland, a journalist who manipulated
his typewriter in his room at night was
bummo.ied hi legal action for disturb
ing the other tenants. He was fined
80 cents or four days in jail, with .a
warning that a second offense wojild
Similar cases eron out occasionally
in Paris, Vrber* freak cases abound.
Pianos,are the most frequent offenders.
The la'vv sar^ that pianos musL not be
banged after 10 p. m. Paonographs and
graphophones are iapidly becoming
close competitors of pianos, *but an
instance has recently been recorded in
E A E S A E
WM. A. Scott 01 Son
OFEER BARGAINS IN CITY PROPERTY
Can you find a better corner to put up a flat buildingt Ninth
street and First avenue south, 150x140 feet. Three houses goes With
this $7,500. ... ...
A fine lot in one of the best residence districts in
Chicago to trade ior River Valley Land
R. M. Farmer
nancial Institution. v I 25x140 well located, for sale for only
Nj«r York, March 28.—The dbrbinf $1,800, with tools, good well, etc., $2,
Banking Co. today assigned for the j300•
1 E i t- o o u s i k o u n a i o n
benefit of its creditors to George G.
Corbin vicfe* president of the Maffhit*
tan Beach Hotel and Land Co.'
A DYNAMITE FIENQ.
Ywtfh Attempts to Blow uo Xjounty j'
Ctfiiple Creek, Col., March 28.—Roy
Bourquin, aged 17, was arrested here,
charged with attempting-to blow up the
county hospital wlta dynamite, He 1
placed Hcver.il sticks of dynamite on
the hospital furnace, but it was dis
covered in time. Bourquin has a man
la for explosions. A year ago he lost
an eve and his rig^t li&.id us the re
df .setting off dynamite.
tVIUST SERVE TERM.
Suprrme Court Affirms the Decision of
Minnesota District Court.
St., Paul. March 28. The state su
preme court today filed an opinion up
holding the conviction of the Hennepin
district court of Dr. Jacob H. Force
of Minneapolis, former vice president of
the Northwestern National Life insur
ance Co. Dr. Force was convicted last
May for misappropriating $675 of tlje
'insurance company's funds. His sen
tence was three and a half years in
A fine corner oninorthr side, 146xlS2 feet, Fourth strict and Nintlj
avenue north $1,400.
Now ig the season of the year that you are looking for a farm to
reht. Have a 320-acre farm in Norman county, Minnesota, eight miles
from Perley, and six miles from Borup. Good buildings and flowing
well. Will rent to the right party for a term of yearf.
Have a 400-acre farm in Grand Forks county, near Thompson,
N. D., that lias never failed a crop. Good buildings. Will rent for a
term of years to a good farmer that has stock enough to form 400
acres as it should be farmed.
]:!aeksmUh allop buildlng
ce wel,o barn
Austin. Two members of the.
ioinpnny are George S. Edgell and HOU8ES AND 8TORES TO RENT*
Austbv£or|?in. Edgell is president and 1 MONEY TO LOAN
This tract of land would be "a
splendid proposition for someone
tn lociUe a colony on op for- re
tailing out to settlers, as much
unsettled government. lands la:
My price is *|er aet£, i©
eluding the CM hPTuT nf cattfie.
New Salem, N. 1).
which a phonograph played a role
mere useful than annoying, s
The landlord of a residential house
let his ground lloor to a coppersmith,
the noise from whose "workshop great
ly disturbed the other tenants. One
of them, instead of resorting to the
complicated procedure of calling in ex
perts. simply had the noise registered
by a phonograph and brought action
fc damages against the landlord and
coppersmith. By means of the machine
he gave the court a correct idea of the
nuisance complained of, judgment be
ing given in his favor.
Rhcuuiatie sufferers can have a free
sample of Dr. Siioop's Rheumatic Rem
edy With book on Rheumatism by sim
ply writing Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis
This book will explain how Dr. Shoop's
Rheumatic Remedy successfully drives
Rheumatism out of the Wood: Sold by
McDonald Drug Co.
.Just Like a Man.
Irt some parts of Egypt
.' ''*'*''l''l'^3',,» .,. ,^ w
W. J, LANE
,OffiK* over First National Bank. Fargo
FOR A COLONY
own and liave for sale 28,86"
acres situated fifteen miles
southwest of Beach, N. D. This
ict of land is in Montana und
ji'ins North Dakota. $There lias
been paid out for improvements,
such as buildings, fencing, wells,
windmills, the sum of $30,000.
To the buyer of this tract of
land I will give 600 head of well
bred native cattle, including
11 El-blood Short Horn bulls, and
am expecting from this herd
"JQhft, the cook has loft—r—"
•'&ow, Gwendolyn, is it right to meet
me vvith such news when I return, home
late from the office all tirud out and
"But, John, dear, *1 merely" want to
suy that the ewk lids 1ft
"Yos. 1 know you 'merely want to
say.' And I nit rely want to say that
it's a wiiangetl shame that, this house
hold is eternally disorganlzful. Other
woifien manage to keep their servants.
Why can't you? Why
"John StnilJj, 1 tell you that the cook
knew that you would be late, so she
left a cold chicken, a custard pudding iowanee made for said minol\ an esti
and a pint of claret on the diningroom
Notice to Builders.
JrilE FAItOO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBUCA& TJttTRSDAT EVEXJXC, MARCn k, "ftor.
Rates for Classified Advertising One
ent a word First Time, One-lialf cent
word each insertion thereafter. No
harge less thun 10 certs for any one
.d. Terms, cash, unless advertiser has
MEN for railroad work, big wages. L.
H. olsson, 312 Front street.
WANTED—Several good farm hands
for spring work or season. Box 24,
Jessie, N. D.
WANTED—Men to have their razors
ground. Donahue & Licther, 7
Eighth street south.
WANTED—First-class day clerk, good
references required. Merchants ho
tel, W'ahpeton, N. D.
WANTED—Strong, reliable boy to run
crr.inds and help with mail. Good
opening for good boy. Apply Forum
WANTED—Competent man with horse
for tea and coffee route, or some one
to handle our goods in connection with
another line. Enquire 911 First avenue
$10 TO $25 per day can be made in
your own locality. A live energetic
young man wanted in every town in
the state, to act as ou,' salesman. If
you want to make money write us to
day. Address Lock Box No. 380, Min
HOTEL FOR SALE.
A GOOD LOCATION. nice trade, only
hotel in town. Write for terms. Ad
dress Box 4r, Bantry, N. Dak.
DENIS BROS. insure and repair your
furs during summer. 1#8 Broadway.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON personal property or other good
security. W. H. Shure, Fargo Na
tional Bank building.
Sealed proposals will be received William C. Gillespie Albrant, a minor,
until 3 p. m. Monday, April 8, at the to-wit:
architect's office, 817 Third avenue
porth, for the erection and completion
6f a franto residence for the under-,
signed, to be located at 219 Eighth
street north. Plans are now on file at
the office of M. E. Beebe, architect.
Certified check for $300 required with haljf of the northwest quarter (e.
WE CAN COLLECT your old accounts day.
or loan debtor money to pay them.
Try us. Youngr & Thomas, Room 7,
Fargo National bank.
WE MAKE collections, taking over
your regular accounts or get the
money on the hard ones. Full facili
ties to handle all business. Commerc
ial Adjustment Co.. Thos. HalL Mgr.
Par It Hntpl MOT SPRINOS, ARK.
fitriV IIOICI OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
Pract'colly Fire Proof—Paring e past summer
rat: rellttetl and doco'ated, and cnld
rnnuinK -wiitflr in every room. Arneicua and
Enropeuu plan. J. H. Hiiyns Lessee and Mg r.
WANTED—A tenant for I lie east half
of section 20, township 141, range
50, north of Mapleton 320 acres all
ready fer crop. We will furnish seed,
if necessary. Write the O. W. Kerr
Co., Minneapolis, Jflnn., or C.jijF. An
derson, Harwood, N. D.
LADIES needing a secluded home
with good nursing during conflement,
address Mrs. N„ care Forum.
IF you have superfluous hair, warts,
moles, birthmarks, consult Mrs.
Lacer, 510 Third street north. Besf
references. Consultation free. Phone
Order. Sale Real and. Personal
State of North Dakota, county of
Cass. In county court, before Hon A.
G. Hanson, judge.
In the matter of the guardianship of
William, C. Gillespie Albrant, minor.
Frances E. Albrant, guardian, vs.
William C. Gillespie Albrant, respond
ent.—Order Healing Petition for Li
cense to Sell Real and Personal Prop
On reading jpnd filing the verified
petition of Frances 10. Albrant, guar
dian of the person and estaLe of Wil
liajn C. Gillespie Albrant, a/minor, set
ting forth the amount Of personal
property that has come ihto her hands
as such guardian and the disposition
thereof, the amount of debts outstand
ing against said minor and the ex
penses of guardianship, showing no al-
tabk for you." dianshijj} a description of all the rta^
"Well. Gwendolyn,_whv ill the same
of cymmon intelligence didn't you say'said minor or Jn which he has an in
4hat at#r0?" ,, g,r. terest, OS^eondition and value
thereof, afjl UnJ|iai!ies and residences
of the further expenses of guar-
personal projerty tkjlonglng to
the next of kin of said hilnor, and
praying that license be to her granted
to sell the following described real and
personal estate belonging to the said
i An undivided oiie?fourth of,lot num
bered ten (10), of S. G. Roberts' ad
dition to the city of Fargo, plat num
bered two (2), In the county of Cass
and state of North Dakota and the
undivided one-half of the east one-
each bid for the general contract $100 of the n. w. and lots numbered one
4vith each bid for the plumbing and and two (1 and 2), all in section num
electric wiring. The owner reserves bered thirty (30), in township number
the rig.it to reject any and all bids, ed one hundred fifty-five (155) north
LOOM IS, of range numbered eighty-font*
*fvw^iw»art»^i^ V ," *,S"r. li'4 ...
Copy for Want Ad Department must be presented
at this office before 2:15 p. hi. to insure
publication same day
flates for Classified Advertising One
cent a word First Time, One-half cent
a word each insertion thereafter. No
charge less than J10 cents for any one
ad. Terms, cash, unless advertiser has
WANTED—A woman dishwasher,
GIRL to assist with housework. 113
Fourth street south, Moorhead. Minn.
WANTED at once, at the Preseott
tel. two first-class dining room girls.
WANTED—Girl for housework. Three
in family. Call at 803 Seventh street
WANTED—Apprentice girls to* learn
dressmaking. Mrs. A. E. Lawrence,
WANTED—Girl for general house
work, small family, good wages. 420
Ninth avenue south.
LADIES—We sharpen scissors, knives,
skates. Donahue & Licther,
Eighth street south.
WANTED— Competent housemaid,
family of two. -223 Second street
north. Moorhead. Phone 1156.
WANTED—Position in bank, by young! WANTED—Girl for general house
married man of some experience work, small house, good home. 411
good bookkeeper, bright, not afraid of Second avenue south, Moorhead.
work can furnish best of references "T".^~
as to character and reliability. Box DININGROOM girls, cooks and house
28G, Buffalo, N. D.
girls for Helena, Mont. Big wages,
free fare. L. H. Olsson, 812 Front
WANTED—Position in Fargo by good,
experienced lady bookkeeper, can
furnish best of references. Address
No. 0, cure Forum.
POSITION WANTED by German lady,
as housekeeper, or in a good home
German or Swedisii home prcferrtd.
Address^ 11, care Forum.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Abercrombie
N. D. The house has been opened
under new management. Everything
replete with comfort. Flfte cuisine,
sample room for commercial travelers,
porters meet all trains. Hates $1 and
Jl.oO a day. Telephone connection.
Cari W.. Timmreck, proprietor.
stenographic work by hour cr
WANTED—To repair your automobile
tires. "Write for price list-. Valley
City Vulcanizing Co., Valley City, N.
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTEDTTO BUY—All kinds of
men's second hand clothing. Bend s
postal card to J. 4., 224 Front street
Fargo, N. D-
WANTED TO INVEST.
WANTED TO INVEST—$1,000 to $5,
000 aid services, in a good business,
Give full particulars. M. J., care Fo
WANTED TO BUY—Restaurant and
confectionery, outside of Fargo and
Moorhead or will buy pool hall with
or without lunch counter, or will rent
building for above purposes. State full
particulars in first letter. Address
Restaurant, care Forum.
MATTRESSES made over. C. C. An
derson, llti f»th St. N. Phone 1499-L.
NOTICE—WE WILL BUY
MEN'S second hand clothes and shoes
Send postal. N. B.. 314 Front etieet
LOST—A signet ring, with "Ted," en
graved on it. Return to Forum of
fice for reward.
C. & FARRAROrders left with J. 11.
Schmidt, ai WasemV
west, of the fifth principal meridian,
being 160 ucres, in Ward County, North
And personal psdperty as follows:
An undivided' one-half Interest In 2
roller top desks, 1 safe, 3 specification
cabinets, 1 wall plan file, tables, con
tract and bond file, '1 office stools, 4
common chairs, Z desk chairs, a work
tables, 10 drafting boards, legal liles
and letter illes, stock consisting of se
looted plans, 2 combination desks,
drawing tools* etc., 1 paper cutters and
I Smith Premier typewriter.
And it appearing'- by said petition
that It* is for the best interest of the
saUl minor and his estate to sell the
said real and personal property,
It is therefore ordered that'the said
petition be heard and Considered by
the judge of the county tfourt of*UU'
said county of Cass, at the courtrooms
of said court In the county courthouse,
in the city of Fargo, in said county,
on the 6th day of April, A. D. 1907, at
II o'clock in the forenoon of said day.
It is further'ordered-that all persons
interested in said estate appear before
the judge of this court at said time
and place and*,then and lher£ show
cause, if .any tirere be, why said peti
tion should not be granted.
Dated the 7Ui tfay of Mtjrch, A. D.
y the Court:,*,
(Steal) A. G. ttAKBON,
Rates' for Classified Advertising One
cent a word First Time, One-half cent
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charge less than 10 cents for any one
ad. Terms, cash, unless advertiser has
ROOM AND BOARD OFFEftEO.
ROOM AND BOARD, Fourth ave
ROOM AND BOARD—yio
ROOM AND BOARD, 517
BOARD AND ROOM—At northside
boarding house, 324 Eleventh street
ROOM and board to be obtained at
Mrs. F. A. Paige, 131 Taatk street
BOARD AND ROOM at Northside
boarding house. One very large
room on ground floor, facing on porch,
suitable for man and wife, thoroughly
modern. 324 Eleventh street north.
Rooms Furnished, S. &
FOR 'RENT Kneir block, heated
rooms. For gents or ladies.
FOR RENT—Furnished room. 3ii4
Fifth sti*eet north, corner Fourth
A LARGE beautifully furnished roonl
for a gentleman. Inquire over Nick
ell's drug.store, f02Vi Front street, or
Houses, N. 8.
FOR RENT*—-Two houses, one eleven
rooms, one seven rooms, bath rooms.
623 Seventh avenue north.
FOR RENT—Modern four-room flat,
two blocks from depot, all conven-'
iences, in first-class condition. J. B.
FOR RENT—Basement office..
SUITE of rooms with vault. In Maglll
block. Call Pierce A Tenneson.
DESK ROOM forrent, including phone,
best location in city, first floor. P.
O. box 28. Fargo.
8INGLE OFFICE rbom. steam heat
$10 per mofith. Apply Dr. Morris,
over Wilser's drus store.
FOR RENT—Northeast V* section 34
142-4'J, four miles northeast of Ar
gusville. or will let contract to plow
and seed to tlax. E. H. Wright, rooms
and 5, Edwards block.
FOR RENT—Improved farm, 764
acres: fr0 under cultivation, 450 i
ady for seed good buildings and
water five miles southwest of Leon
ard, N. D. Will rent all or paft on
shares or cash. Apply A. H- Loury,1
Leonard, or A. J. Speekeen, Moorhead,
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
Judge of the County Court.
'-(War. 7, 14, 21, 28.)
of laud in western North Dakota
and eastern Montana, along the North-
ern Pacific railway and the new coast
line of the C. M. & 8t. P. railway. We
arc the first people oil the ground and
get the cream. Get quotations on
township lots. We also have 200,000
acres in northern Minnesota. Felt
liuus Bros,, 308-310-312 iindlcott budd
ing, St. Paul, Minn.
FARM FOR SALE.
FOR A SHORT^TINFE 1 wiiroffer this
farm home for sale, located one mile
from the village of Farley, Beltrami
county, Minn., consisting of 155 acres,
all clay soil, lays gently rolling, tMJ
aires of timber Ihjt will cut 25o,00f»
feet of pine and hardwood logs and
•l-.Op0 cords of wood, 73 acres pasture,
with wire fence or. acres is cleared, of
JliiK40 acres is under the plow. House
1SH20 und 16x14, barn 18x24, hen house
12x16, granary 14x16, woodshed and
icehouse combined 12x36, good well of
water. Distance to scho#l one and one
half miles, to railway spur one-half to
three-fourth of a mile. You can buy
this farm for $2,600 on terms, $800
down, balance to suit the purchaser.
W. T. Blakely.' Farley. Minn.
J08EPH O. ROBERT8—Will anvone
who knows or has heard anything
concerning same Joseph O. Robert*:,
aged 21, and last seen in Fargo, N. D..
in Noverpber, 1905. please notify his
sister. Estelle Roberts* Crow Crec,k
Ag«*w, P». r».
loser- 35 OntS
Rates for Classified Advertising OfW
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BUY. SELL OR EXCHANGE
WE BUY, sell or exchsnfr« naw
second hand furniture. Kasy ternML
Levits, 416 Front atre«t. Fargo.
BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE—New
and second hand furniture aatf
stoves. Hartstein, 401 Front street
FOR SALE -Household furniture
Mtndillon. 1217 Fourth uvewji
NEW and second hand furniture, in
stallment plan. Fargo Auction atoca,
BIO First avenue north.
DENTAL practice for sale. Inquire-6(
Dr. B. Blatchford, LaMoure, N. D»
FOR SALE Meat market and up-to
date slaughter house. Best on Soo
line. In booming town. Terms easy*
C. V. Nelson, Halbrite, Sask.
$700, PART TIME buys paying one
man newspaper, first-class equip
ment Scandinavian community. For
particulars address Geo. Seifert, Kin
dred, N. Dal».
FOR SALE—Good clean stock of gen
eral merchandise In one of the live
liest little towns in North Dakota.
Stock and fixtures will invoice at from
$8,000 to $10,000. Address Box 17S,
Wilton, N. D.
FOR SALE—First-class restaurant,
fully quipped, doing good 'business,
In good location, Moorhead. Minn.
Present owner Is called to other out
fltlc business. Write for particular^
C. it. B., care Forum.
fOR SALE—Right and good will to
Cockrill patent heater and warm air
i furnace. Ten furnaces now In success
ful operation in Fargo great fuel sav
ers. Will sell cheap because of death
of patentee. Mrs. J. Jj Cockrill, 117
Fifth street north.
FOR SALE—$2,400 takes hotel and
restaurant $1,200 cash, balance $60 a
month. This is a snap for some ofte
whe wahts to go Into business. Good
location, good trade. Buyer can step in
and make money from the start. Act
quick. Address Box 648. Fargo. N J.
FOR SALE —5x7 cam«*ra, cheap. Phone
FOR SALE— Four show cases at
snap. Stone's music house.
FOR SALE—Nice clean old paper*
15 cents per hundred at Forum oddest
FOR SALE—Rubber tire top buggy,
good as new. Cheap for cash. Phone
FOR SALE or trade on land, one black FOR SALE—L. C. Smith & Bros.' writ
imported Percheron stallion, weight
2,000 pounds. Call on or address the
Central Land Co., Moorhead. Minn.
FOR SALE—Good, level 160-acre farm,
one mile from town. Would ex
change for larger tract of land in Cass
or Traill counties. Address 12, care
NEWSPAPER FOR SALE.
PAPER und plant in a hustling 800
to\yn In North Dakota office well
equipped with news, ad and job type:
goo 1 newspaper and job presses—all
nearly new—good circulation, advertis
ing and job patronage. Ill health com
pels the owner to sell at great sacri
fice. For genuine snan. address No.
S, car.. Forum, Fargo, N. IX
N. D. FARM LANDS.
LANDS at Wholesale—Not agents, but
owners of several hundred thousand
FOR SALE CHEAP First-class soda
fountain and fixtures. Call 121 l'lftn
fctrect north. Phone 1H0-M.
FOR 8ALE—One Concord buggy and
one bicycle-wheel run-about buggy,
good as new, $3! each.' W. H. Stew
ing-ln-sight typewriter. Price $100.
Write for catalogue. F. W. Tinker,
FOR 8ALE Up-to-date, first-class
meat market doing gooid business. In
one of the best towns in Dakota. Box
411, Minot, N. D.
IF you don't find the house or roo*a
here to suit you, advertise for It
Hundreds of people are watching tills
column for your ad.
FOR SALE—On easy terms, fixtures
for confectionery store, soda foun
tain, counters, show cases everything
for first-class store. Address box 118,
FOR SALE—A few of those celebrated
sets of Forum dinhes. $6 pays for
the set and The Daily Forum six
months in advance—if your arrear
ages are paid.
FOR SALE—(.'ass county maps, show
ing n-jtries of owners of every quar
ter section. Price reduced to $1 for pa-
f,„. -1,,^, backs. Address Fo-
rum Printing Co.. Fargo.
FOR SALE—Combination riding and
driving horse, can trot 2:20 clip.
Good single-footer, lots of action, fine
roadster. Cheap at $250. Geo. Street
cr. New Rockford, N. D.
FOR SALE—?.y breeding pen of ten
lif,ii. ami onr cock. Golden Wyflhh
dottes (pure bredj. thi* Is a line pen,
and the first draft for $18 will get this
snap. Address Bam F. Crabbe, Fargo,
FOR 8ALE—Lot abutting Milwaukee
tracks, one bhwk from car line, ex
cellent for wholesale house or factory
site or residence, 50x140 feet. Price
$230. if taken at once. Pay $50 down,
balance 810 a month at per cent.
W-27, car:. Forum. Fargo.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED^TfT^ENT'-A small fur
nished hotel or boarding iiouse in a
North Dakota town. Address with full
particular -. No. 11, cue Forum.
^AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
1905 RAMBLER touring car, live pas
senger ISwr. Olds runabout, with ex
tra seat IS06 Maxwell runabout, two
cylinders. The above cars are in first
class shape, just been overhauled. The
1806 Maxwell has not been run 500
miles and Is as good us new. These
cars from one-half to one-third their
real value and a snap. Write for
prices J, D, Fuivht, Wimbledon, N, D.
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