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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY MININj, MAY 17, l'.MU.
T WORLD WANT DEPARTMENT "THE WANTS OF THE Tl WOULD Wnt Department ! tin Workl'a Bargain Counter Bitter rmulta are oirred horn fur the money than In any other paper tli two Turritoilei. With one xitiun, the WOULD printa more Want A1 than an other I'aiier in the Two Territories ONE CENT A WORD FOR A WEEK Twtnty-flve wonli one! wiU2fic Fifty wurda one wtwkfH-c Seventy-five won. one wtwU 75c One humlrM wonU-one w-';-$1, Ad vert in your Kt'al Kr-Ute, your Ilusineaa chances-your WnnU In Every l'articulir Quitk lotion guarantw.1 on World Want Ail-. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING AT THIS LOW RATE IS A BARGAIN INDEED FOR SALE. For Sale Low built Stanhope , al- must new, also cheap. lli'X 1 1'l-'i. harne; -hoih 10-tif For Salo Pining khuii ami kit chen privilege i't' tlit Marrhal House. K. Marchal, Tulsa. I. T. .VO-lit For Salo A tine Julius liauer Pi ano, rust tllM) new; will sell very cheap. Moving n.way. Call at -1H Sniitli (iutlirie street. ."i-lO-tit See those 50 foot lots at 12th and Boulder for $G00. Buel-Rodolf In vestment Co. 5-5-tf For Sale A Victor sate, weight 7(10 lbs; 10x14 inches inside in the clear. Clay Furniture Co. 5-li-(it For Sale No. H National Drilling rift, with '-'") horse power boiler and tools. Address "Hoiler," care The World. For Sale Bed i m suite, ull din ing room furniture of recent purchase. New. Will sell all or part at a bar gain, as intend leaving the city. North west corner of North Detroit and 5th avenue. 5-l.Vtit For Sale A hotel gas range in li interest in the welfare of the church All rooking; vessels been used three months; cost .f4.10.0ll. See Clay Fur niture Company, Second and Boulder. Telephone 171." 5-1(5 Ct For Sale Klxli-t tent, Cost .f'1.1. Will sell cheap. Clay Furniture Co. 5-10-lit Young Man with some office experi ence, wants u permanent position where he can work up in the business. Willing to work. Can furnish flood recommendations. Address Box 40.1, fitv. 5-12-tit For Sale Part of my household goods; bargains for those who wish to buy. Call before Monday. 41.8 South Guthrie street. 5-10-Ot For Sale At a bargain if taken ut once, jewelry and silverware, costing .$2,100 (will inventory). Will sell ;10c on the dollar, (iood location, rent cheap. It will pay you to investigate immediately. Address "Jewelry," in tare of the World. 5-!)-(it For Sale 120 acres farm land, live miles from Bristow, for .fSOO. 120 acres, five miles from Mannford, S3 acres in cultivation. Price, $1,100. 10 acres, nine miles east of Tidsa, nt $12.10 per acre. 70 acres ten miles northeast of Tulsa at $1.1 per acre. Kifl acres eight miles southwest of Tulsa, at $20 per acre. Five room cottage, closets, well, gas, nice location. $S10 cash, $SI)0 time. Four room cottage, gas and water, good location, nice lot, $0.10 cash and .()() time. Twelve room brick residence, mod ern in every way, lot 100x140, fine lo cation, for $10,1)00. We have the largest list of farms, city residences and vacant lots of any firm in the city. We price to sell on time or cash. Let us show vtm. CHL'WSON LAND & LOAN CO., 5-9-fit First and Main st. TO TRADE OR SELL. Eighty acres smooth prairie land in Lincoln county, Okla. (N half SW quarter 29-13-4), to trade for Tuba property or for sale on easy terms Rents this year for $185 cash. Price $1,600. Mortgaged for $800. Three railroad towns within 5 miles of this place. WALTER OLDS. World Office, LOST. Lost or Strayed From my resi dence on Fast Fighth street, Tulsa, last Thursday night, a chestnut brown pony mare, white face, left bind foot white, brand on left shoulder, straight mark. Liberal reward for same. K. E. Barrett, comer of 8th and Lansing avenue. A FEW OF THE BARGAINS. For Sale S room house, nice clos ets, cellar, attic, front and back porch, pas, fine water, barn, shade, lot 50x140 3 squares from Robinson hotel, $3,500. .5 room house, pantry, attic, front and back Mrch, ist front, fine shade, gas, city water, $2,200. 5 room house, Jot 80x120, north front, good location, $1,250. 4 room house, closet, pantry, jras. flue well water, 80 feet front $1,250. Lot 100x140, clow in, lays fine, $m i WORLD FILL THE WANTS OF THE WORLD" "II residence lots, from fj..'0 to '.! per front fimt. Severn! bargains in business .ts. JiiKL WILLIAMS en., lioiuns 1 and 'J, ll.tliT Building. U'rst ami Main. FOR RENT. For Rent 4(1 acres of lino impiovei! land adjoining Tulsa on the Smith. Fur particulars, impure of, Jay For syihc, A. F. Blackburn or li. K. Lynch- For Rent Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Mrs. B. K. Den man, phone 211; corner First and Denver. 7-1-(lt For Rent Nicely furnished room opening on porch. Bath and all mod ern conveniences. Box 1141. ;1-10-(it For Rent Two business rooms, cor ner Sixth and Main. J. F. Kirkpat rick. For Rent Two business rooms, coi ner Sixth and Main. J. F. Kirkpat rick. For Rent Two business looms, cor ner Sixth and -Main. J. F. Kirkpat rick, rear Bank of Commerce build ing. 5-10-tit FOR RENT Store room, fine loca tion for Millinery or Grocery. Will be vacant May 15th. Buel-Rodolf In vestment Co. 1-7-tit For Rent Furnished front rooms for light housekeeping. 224 North Boston. 5-7-fit For Rent Suite of rooms in the F.gan building. Phone 301. For Rent Nice large bed room for gentleman. Apply North Second, be tween Main and Boston. For Rent Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Fniiire Mrs. M. A. Heneau, Beard, building, North Main. For Rent .1 room house, good well, close in. See Bocktinger & lledgecock, IIS South Main street. For Rent New store building, JOx 4S. First and Main, North. Will be vacant May 12. Apply Arts & Crafts Vorkshop, Second and Main, north. .1-11 -lit For Rent Boom and board can be had bv gentlemen at 41li mith Frisco street. Also barn room for three or four horses and buggy. Apply at 410 South Frisco. 5-11-tit For Rent Furnished rooms. In ipiire at Fourth and Denver. 1-11-lit MISCELLANEOUS. Lost Small bunch of keys on key ring. Finder return to c rk Brady hutcl and receive reward. Wanted to Buy Go"ds Clay Furni ture Co. will pay the highest price for second band goods of all descriptions. They want them badly. See us before .selling, without fail. Corner Second and Boulder. Phone 171. 5-10-tf Wanted The public to know that ihose desiring to trade town property for farm lands can do so through us. We also have lands for sale suitable or farms, and leases. Smith & Vann, Heal Estate, Fast Side Cafe, Oreen wood street. 3-14-tf Wanted Experienced girl choco ate dipcr. Psihos Brothers, new 'irst National bunk buildim:! Wanted Clean cotton rags at the World ollice Wanted To borrow $200.00 for (iO days, (iood chattel mortgage security. In(iiire at this office. 4-30-tf House Cleaning Lawn Mowin etc., done by a competent man. Call mi (!eo. W. Dickenson at Crawford Bros.' store. 5-4-tf If you want to borrow money on citv or farm lands, be sure to see us . No red tape, no delay. We can dose loan as tm n ns papers can be made. WEST & SINGLETON, Room 7, Alexander building. Wanted Every body to know I lig wells in first-class shape, cement and all. Win, Fields, Fiist and De troit. Sam Peaks wants to do gardening. house cleaning and landscape work. You'll find him in the Alexander building. Wanted A jxisition by a yonnp lady stenographer. Inquire 404 Fourth and El wood. Wanted Newspaper Solicitors Enquire of W. W. Neal, Times office it (if Sln-U.iV. Wantod lean Wmiil ollice uMi'ii rugs al tin1 Wanted S ing niarhiin d. i c'ra.ge t i rail .i:M icpair es:;iinui' cii I in chine. II. .V. IVie I 'lay K'.u nil ui v ( ' ., Second aiii ter' SK I'll. .ne IT!. mil Ut Want d At oi ci'. a I mpiire "'"0 F. eam.-tiess by wood avenue. .1-12-tit the Wanted A girl for general ln.u-e-work. A middle aged one prelei :ed. Apply 414 Si uth Detroit street. 1-U-tl Shingl ng and Sheathing Both .lore tor $1 per square in the city. Other wi.rk paying 21 cents per hour wanted. A. Jones, The Junk Dealer, 022 Fast First street. 1-14-lit Wanted Two-room house for light muse keeping. No children. Kmpiire New State hotel. ,1-1.1-lit. If you want any abstract made or extended, bring them to Wet & Sin ;leton, Idiom 7, Alexander building, fiuarantee satisfaction. Managers 1'ulsa Title & Abstract Co. Wanted Those who desire a good omiter lunch or a first -class meal at Jle to patronize the Blue Front Res taurant, corner of First and Boston. Jas. Davis and Abe Iteneau. props. 4-20-tf Wanted To trade 100 acre farm, one and a half miles from Mulhall, Okla., for Tulsa residence property W. B. Scott, Tulsa. LOANS. Desirable Farm and city loans wan ed at a reasonable rate of interest. 'Juick service: call and see me or phone 13(1. Offices in rear of Far mers' National bank. C. D. Cogge shnlt. 3-21-lmo IMMEDIATE LOANS on business and residence property. S. J. RICH ARDSON. Rooms 1-2 3 Friend & Jones Building. NOTICE OF THE GRANT OF LET TERS OF ADMINISTRATION. Letters of administration on the es tate of W. R. Wallace, deceased, were grained to the undersigned, dated the 31st day of March, IDllli, by the L'nit ed States Court for the Western Dis trict of the Indian Tenitorv, s;hii:g at Sapulpa, Indian Tenioty. j All persons h iving claims against I aid estate are reiiuored to exhibit them, properly aiithntieated i allow ance, to the administrator, within one year after the date of said letters, oi they may be precluded from any bene fit in the said estate; and if s'irii claims be not exhibited within t. years from the date of said letters, hey shall forever be haired and pie eluded from any benefit from said es tate. GEORGE W. MOWBRAY. Administrator o f the estate of W. R. Wallace, deceased, Tulsa, Indiun Territory, April lth, lOOIi. 4-lS-lmo NOTICE. To the Patrons of the People's Gas & Electric Company. Owing to the indiscriminate meth ods used in inside wiring and attach ing lamps, fans and fixtures as now being done in the city of Tulsa, and the lire risk caused thereby, we here by notify our patrons and future cus tomers that hereafter all inside wiring and connect ions must be approved by this ci mpany before so twice wires 'ill be run or meters installed: and bcfoie any electric current will be put through same a permit must be secured. A certificate from the National I i a nl of Fire I'liilei-writers will he satisfactory evidence as to proper wiring. Respectfully. PEOPLE'S CAS & ELECTRIC CO By II. P. Anderson, President NOTICE TO HOMESEEKERS E.'thcr to Homcfolki or to the Many Strangers. It has been demonstrated a thou sand times c-r more, that we are the best posted with referenee to values on City and Farm property of any Real Estate Firm in' the city; have the largest list of desirable property of any firm in town and never ask one dollar above the owner's price Tiy !H cl-. f.-r it. We never have any trouble ill ti ri llsj titl I deals because We do ImiiH-.-s "mi tint sipuiie. 1 1 1 li lix people, our hank ami 1 1 wry ! niill l!i ; i: i--.-. man in i 'own vouch tor liiis statement. I ' Wt have micxi't'l ! facilities lor ' handling farm luiiti- an I ran n i t y. ,i materially in hn.v ing a farm. (' nif tiiul s.e us I y..u pur icluise property. Wo always U-'i' a i learn liiti-hi'il an I are ready tn show y.in five of cliaili"'. I i-tin-ti t li f the! ! name. H. C. KnsK & t iiMl'ANY. Mam !.. Phone 1H. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Tiie building cniumilli'i Mivirtioii of the MaiM.ii lie built al Pawloiska. i ' reive proposals In fui:.:-i.i!-. and to build ar.J r b'til ling in riU'u t ' ; ' .'.pcciiicatimis ! i ! r: i-! J tor liie con- Temple, to :,:;i., will li' li all maid inplele said 'l in- and 'n Mathews & li'ugglcs, architects and superintend ents, Tulsa, I. T., until I n'cl ick. p. in, May 2li, lituii. Plans ami specifica tions now mi tile at the '-age Mercan tile company's store, I'awhuska. okla., and at the ollice of the architects. Tul sa. I. T. The building commit tee re serve, 'id-. the right to i eject any or a! JNO. W. FRANKS, R. W. TUCKER. DR. FRED JONES. Commit: -ll-27t NOTICE. Stockholders' Meeting. The annual meeting of the stock holdeis of the Tulsa Water, Light, Heat & Power company will be held :it the company's ollice in the city of Tulsa. Indian Territory. Monday, the 1th of June, IDOli, at nine o'clock a. m.. fur the purpose of electing direc tors for the ensuing year and s-.eh other business as may pioperly come 'ict'iitv the meeting. JOHN DERMOTT. President. OEORCE (!. BAYS' I'., .Secretary. Do You.Want Good Brick For Buildings, Founda tions or Flues? If so see Tulsa Pressed Brick Co. J. W. Pixley, Manager Phone 20!). I.V. PRESSING CLUB Clothing of All Kinds CLEANED PHESSEI) anJ k EPA I RED Only $1.00 Per Month For Club Membrrtl'.ip. Dresa Mukinir a Specialty. All Work Guarantee! Tulsa Transfor S Storage Co. o lu e in Eon !? Staiis'j'iry ' Imp1" ment Home. Phone 27!). '' -nipt Service Il nisehol'l Goo.: Packed and Shipped. Nichols Transfer Co. Transfer and Freighting of ail Kinds A Home Institution which wants vi ui Business Phone No IS. It's time to think about your Summer Trip Tl. . I nine are any nnmnor or (kM.1U1tt.1l : ."......v n..s .on ((ii in, mi; mi. year to seashore, lake and mountain, j Beginning June 1st, except iona'ly ! low ratis for the round trip will be! 1 lie V li.mui '.! Ifii. ...ui .....I... !.!.. , in effect to resorts in Canada. Culori-1 do, the New England states, Ne.vj York. Michigan. Minnesota. Virginia,' Wisconsin, Pacific Coast points, and; to St. Luiis, Cbicag i, Pittsburg, etc. I I can help you in planning your: be the wish and dcsiie of every resi trip. I'll be glad to furnish you with ' d -nt of Tulsa to keep our city clean rates to vai ions points and to give von i ami make it a desirable and health- Ihe schedule of trains, and such addi tional particulars as you may wish. Writ me: W. S. ST. fiKOIUJK. (lenernl Passenger Agent, M., K. & T. St. Louis, Missouri. M. K. & T. SX: Other waters sell at 15c a Split Sheboygan, the best Wisconsin water, sells at 10 cents. All dm? stores and drinking standi. A MA JAM AfiA IS Oil HE IS riRST IN RANK OF THE HINDU PRINCES. STUDIES ANER1GAN WAYS Ho is the Richest Man in India; Has Jewels Worth 35 Million Dollars and Two Miliou Subjects. New Yolk. Ma Hi. His Highness Mi.- uiaoai aj.i. liackuar ! Baroila -Mr Saya UVa III. .sena Kha- Khcl. aui Slier Eai aiinr, 1'aiv.nnl i Kha-Dowlat-i-lnglisha- Itrsi in rank ! liie Hindu princes and second in all India, arrived today on the White Star lines Celtic. He has coine alter a tour of Europe, to see the country, slndy the people, and try to learn the -eclet of their success. Willi lillu are Her Highness, the Maharaiii of Ita roila. as piety a little woman as ever walked down a gang plank, and the (iackuar's brother, Sanuigalrao Caik ad. The tour in this country will in clude stops in Itoslou, Philadelphia, Washington, Si. Eouis and other points in the Mississippi valley and Yellowstone park. For a prince with so many names, the second wealthiest in India and the owner of a collection of jewels that is famous Ihe world over, the inahara.ja is a most unassuming vis itor. Hi is a Utile man, not much over live feel tall, but very stockily built. He is 4d years old and has ruled over Ihe stale of liaroila, un der liritish sovereignty , since be was a mere boy. lie was educated at 1 home bv English tutors mid began early to make a special study of the needs of the state. He derided that there must be a public school system. Today be said that there are, in more than half of the state, and in some pints of it compulsory education. He has established a man's college and a woman's college and also a technical school in the city of liaroila, and has changed thai place from a slovenly anliipiated Hindu town into a mod ern city, with fine public buildings and spacious parks. The maharaja 's income has been estimated at firm f",noo,imii fi .-7.-OHO.DIIO a year. The scindhia of Gwailior, with .l."i.0H0,()il0 a year is said to be the richest of the Indian princes. The inahaia.ia has 2,0110. 000 subjects under his rule. The state contains 8,100 square miles. IV sides his enormous annua! income, the Gackwar of Maroda pi ssesses jewels v. hich bin e been valued at between II l.l ll 10,01 ll) ami .flO.Oim.llllll. In or dinary circumstances the wonderful collection lies in the Naar Maj on exhibition. !ut on stale occasions there is no Indian prince who is more brilliantly ii'ayed. Persons who have seen t he' niahai aja on dress par ade, say that he fairly scintillates fn m the crown of his head down. There is one mantle or shawl which is said to be tie most precious of jewelry in the world. It is made of woven pearls, with a border of dia inoiids, emeralds, rubies and sap I. hires. It is said to have been made! originally as a decoration for Malm met 's tomb. The piece is valued at several millions of dollars, Her Majcslv, the Maliarani, is quite young-. She is tne Oaekwar's second wile. Mic is almost chilil-likc m ap pearance. She wore a dark cash mere dress, with a long shawl of tine texture over her head and wound around her body. She hid very little jewelry. In the center of her fore head was the customary knin kuma mark of the Hindu woman who is not widowed. It is made with a pink- jj. iwllHi .,,.1 is about the size of a diniP. PROCLAMATION. At this season of the year, public allh demands a rigid enforcement f our military laws. " Cleanliness . next to lio'lliucss." hence it should ful place in which to live. All citi zens and residents of the city of Tul sa, Indian Territory, are hereby re ipiestcd to put in a good sanitary con dition the premises owned or controll ed by them, and notice is hereby given that any person or persons charged with the violation of any ordinances relating to sanitation, will be prompt ly and vigorously prosecuted and if found guilty, will be given an ade quate fine. JOHN' O. MITCHELL. Mayor of the City of Tulsa. Indian Territory. 0t the habit. TELEPHONE POSTAL And They Will Send for Your Messages. Phone 348 Tulsa Manufacturing and Wholesale World THE CHICAGO OF TIIE SOUTHWEST already boasts some of the lamest and most progressive manufacturing and wholesale establishments of the great Southwest. Natural gas, coal in inexhaustible quan tities, line building sand, brick shale, gypsum deposits combined with the linest agricultural country in the world, form the greatest natural resources of any similar area in the land. The following es ablishments are the leaders in Tulsa : RATCLIFF-S ANDERS GROCER CO. oine in, hint ry, Dan J Davidson, Gen. Mgr. Dolug an exclusive whoU ale business. No orders too laiRe or our rapacity, none too Bniafi"T lie our prom pi alieiuloii. Henna business March, I U3. buslneM'oo vocits ! t).(liU) monthly: 6 traveling salesmen. REA & READ MILL AND ELEVATOR CO. iiaiiiifat liners of the celebrated "Dinner rurty," "Rich and Rare," as "lotianola" IiIkIi patent Flour. Kiln tilled Corn Meal. ri Spring are now all in. We have a Swell Assortment DAN Western Well-Tool Portable Drilling Machines Rig Irons, Boilers, Engines, Pipe, Casing, Drilling and Fishing Tools and Oil VVell Supplies General Biacksmithing and Repair Work Shops Boulder Avenue and Frisco Tracks. Phone I34 Offices Archer Block, Corner First and Main. Phones 42I-422 SPECIAL SALE ON CARPETS AND DRAPERIES FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY Lace Curtains, up from 85c Rugs 9x12, up from $5.00 It Will Pay You to Drop In THE MAYO FURNITURE CO. Bring This Advertisement With You r. I). LEE MODEL STEAM LAUNDRY Lee & Risinger, Prop's. West South 1st St. Phone 88. Cut Rate Tickets Bought and Sold Cheap Rates to All Points North and East J. M. Paschal Member American Ticket Broker' Aaaociatioii Office Robinson Motel Styles R0DY Machine Company A. J. RISINOER Tulsa, Ind. Ter.