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ELEVEN THE TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, ATRIL 1 ., 1915, 1 . AHLWIEIFrirU2IIf(Ej KATES All idvertiieinents.j she iceepled la The World ONLY: ving couuilloui . 'liJ-Js M TC. Sr: th II idi. Return da. verr leldoni on unused insertions. or money refunded. HATK3. word for ill classifications nit clnlrvnvanti. nersnmli ind matri monial, which ti two cmtr per word; mini mum charge. 15 cent!. Yoni credit U good If yon own a 'phono, escepi for personal, furiiiture for inle and position wanted ad verting" which are cash. Classification not t'ta'xnterd after) p. m. All advertising for position wanted, furniture for tale and perioualc ire caih with order. Out-nf town adi. will not be nm on lea remittance ii in do with order. Two cents per word for all ails, ordered niiscliissificd. DISPLAY. All advertisement, are accepted with the distinct understanding that position la not gimrnnti cd. Requests for position will ba framed when poasihle. bat ada. will be ehirged whether in poiition aa requeated or not. Notice of typographical or other errore muit hi given in writing in tlmo for correc tion. before the second insertion, otherwise no rlnim will be allowed. Proofs will he mhmltted to advertiser ONLY when copy baa been handed Into the office 48 hours previous to pvesa time on the dnte adver tisement la to run. Th delivery of copy for advertising in the business office or to nv employe of laid paper will be coo aidrnd acceptance of all ratea and rules which are in effect. HELP WANTED MALE WANTKD Hoy to attend telephone. 'Jl Kuat Third. Mt-Kwen ang. u. u'ivthl-ii f.inr first class mac bin ;., 'i,Uri iiuiii s,,or.T '.Ml) Hank of Commerce Itldg. 1'hoW ttf. WaNTt'li Vlon nd women to learn the barber trade: positions guaranteed. Tulsa Barber College, ills Kast Second. HELP WANTED AGENTS ARK you a solicitor f If you are and desire to make Li" money call at The World building and iniiuire for It. C. Holinea. RTTUATIONS WANTED M'RSINU hy practical nurse. I'lione 2470. M'KSINW by experienced nurse. I'hone an t I K. KKr'IN Kl lady wishes position in city, Phono 814. liRKSHM A K I NO, plain or fancy, South Olyinpia. 724 A. "l'KI --Sew Kite by da ; teed. Phone 'JM. work guaran- HRKSSMAKIXU in your Home ; fit and finish triifiinntceil. Phone ;ttl5li-R. WA.NTKD Kirst class dressmaker desir.-e work liv the day. Phone a 1 rt4. POSITION WANTKD Hy experienced sten OBniplier; city references. Addrese 878 pare Wor'd. POSI TION' WANTKD s manager of lumber yard hy an experienced lumberman. Tan five giltcilge references. Addresa BUS World. WAN'I'KO Position by registered pharma cist; five years experience; hintrlc; years old- no bad habits. K. S. Burns, tlnnvnie Rooms. Phone 30:12. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS BASH CI KTA1NH IV. 2lrt Kast Third, HltillKST price piiid for men's secondhand clothing: -lott West First. Phone 'JlrtH. C .OTKINHHIOIIEST PRICKS PAID KOB CAST-OKF Cl.OTHINO. P1IONK 8019 F A. TiTCKETT. compressed air carpet i. Tl mm 1 to..- flui T Cleaning wors. 1 none lariv. new, ijim. Ii i . 1 1 L' u 'i, 1,DT.n.'u .! J fi.a man'. kiimiI flllMir P I I lilVl-O ,ai.. in, m hund clothing. 15 H West Fust. Phone ; WK DO ALL kinds of house cleaning istl yard work specialty. Krvin & Kimble, Thonc 4 5K2. TUNTION Highest prices paid for men'a iramd-liand clothing. Phone 8467. 1U8 flonti Boston. KKW WAT'KllWOKKS II. ('. Klliott, water well contractor; Hi2H South Main. Phone 529M. All work guaranteed. LKT I S do vnur spring cleaning: cleaners ...A ... . I..-..- ..... 41 .....it Of TIIKS Hon rairiH, MiRn "K n,,.., t I.'ic. Tulsa Sanitary Clrauiiif t'o. I'hone Ml PLl'MltlNll KKPAIKS 5nc per hour; work guaranteed; can refer you to iny cus tomers for recommendation. Jerry Kane I'hone 5111)8. ' I'AKl'KNTKK wauls to figure- that job for you: first claps work at prices that suit. Will exchange for anything of value. Kcpair work done and screens mado to order. Phone 2403. FURNITURE. FOK SALK Four rooms of furniture at a bargain if taken at once. 21 1 South Victor. WANTKO To buy furniture for five-room house; must be good furniture; and rea aoiiulile. Address :in:i, cure World. IlllillKST rash prices paid for second hand furniture and stoves. Jacobs Furniture Store. 222 Fust First street. I'hone 100 WANTKD Your mirrors to repl.ue; all work done in best of shaoe. Phone 210 or cnll on Tulsa Mirror Plating Plant, 212 South Detroit. A D. Ilitrri". Prop. tTIIOI.STKUlNU, repairing, enameling, re finishing; box springs and mattresses re paired and rebuilt; obey the impulse Phone us now. Ciunsten & Buwers' Furniture Hos pital 2l.i t-ast Fifth street. Phone finnc. I'll UN 111' UK HAK'iAINS :I5 sidebosnl for $!: Ill buffet for tl2..'": :m Iloosier cabinet for I0: $25 round pedestal tah'e for $10. Your money s worth for your money here. We sell for cash. Store. 107 Kmt First. r armer a s FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS NEW AND SECOND-HAND BILLIARD TABLKS, BOWLIN0 ALL FY 8, Sll'Pl.IhS ANi) CI0AR FIXTI'KES. HIE U RUN'S WICK-BALKE- COI.I.KNDER CO PATTKHSON HOFFMAN, A i NTS OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLX PLOP .I.VUS .'oc. 2lfi Lust Third. SI.KKVF. APRONS Vlrt Kast Third. I.ADIKS' WAISTS l 2lrt Last Third. LOT of new flowers for huts. Third. :i Kast FOlt SAI.K I., f. Smith typewriter; firet class condition. Phone 41'.'$. FOR RKNT Very desirable five-room mod ern apartment: close in; $30. I'hone 298. P. F Pettus. FOR RKNT New five-room npartmmt; rinse in on Itrndy alreet; $30. Russell Abbott. Pnone lrll. X'AN I'Kl. Xlore butter customers, for fresh country butter: we deliver weekly. 1 -. R. Xtcfo'mi'ck. Route 2. Tula. ;;..'i0ii IO.MATO and mango pepper plants; btfct varieties. 10c per doxen; 7e per hun dred. F I.. XVhitaker. Peoria and Kastnw FOR, SALK A large meat box ; suitable for grocery . nd market; Sv7; 10 feet high; carries dr.c ton ire. S II y field and Bridge road. l'Olt BALE Ilargaina in typewriters, wal. hes jewelry, aewin-r machines, beda, dressers and other furniture; also mule, wagon and harness. Phone 224(1. TO TRADE TO TbAMK 4 farm. Phone ftn39 TO iKAMK Two good farma. XVbat hive ynu I Phone 34til. TO THAUK Auto for good lot or house end lot. Phone .1461. XvTnTkI) -To eschinge grmreries for see ' pe.d hand t"'orejclc. Telephone 820T er 631) North Main. TO TRV1K Fare lutiniobile. 5-fMit lot in best reiifienee disfr-ri of tTaremore, Okla. ; er.e block nf kith scheol: value $S50; road s'r preferred. Address Bix 1261, Barties !!, Ok! HELP WANTED FEMALE (EflirDs (1 ILE:;siirin We want several additional young ladies to learn telephone operating Applicants must be bright and Intelligent and furnish satisfactory reference. Applicant! who ire accepted enter our operators' school at onco. students are paid at the rate Of fri per week, which Is rap idly increased to 7. $8. $'.) and 111) per week, aa fast as improve ment in work is made. Supervisor!, monitors, teachers, clcrkj, etc.. are selected from the operators and are paid from $10 to '2i per week. There is no profession more pleasant than that of telephone operating. Girls with ability, who are ara bilious, run make rapid advance ment to good-paying, peruiaLcnt positions. Apply In perion to tha Instruc tress. Pioneer Building. Take elevator to 5th floor. PIONKKR TKLKPIIONE t TELE PtiOKE CO. SILK WAISTS $l.2j. 216 Fust Third. DFMONSTUATORS ttlyinpia. call ut 24 South FOR KKNT Restaurant; gooa business. 802 K:ist Admiral. Cheap. WANTED White with general Nogales. girl, aitout liousework. 16, to belli 103 South WANTED White girl for general house work: country home; must be respectable. Phone ;t87 WANTKD office girl who can use type writer. Call room 2, over Merchants,' & Planters' bank. WANTKD Young white girl tu help with baby a few hours a dav or after school. Phone 4I29-.I. 1110 XL Cheyenne. WANTED Experienced woman to take full chartre of high-class ready-to-wear store Musi have best of references. Address Mus kogee, Okla., boa 772. WANTED Several young ludiea and gentle men to take orders for a large manufactur ing firm: $H to $3 guaranteed to workers; contracts for II, tl. 1'j months: call on state manae-er Wednesday or Thursday, in the morning at 12l2 South Madison; call for John Hood. BUSINESS CHANCES FOU MAI.K nil TRA0K A rooming house, J'hone f77. FOR SALE Cheap, or for rent, a gasoline station, il 17 South Hoaton. FOR N.UjK Restaurant fixtures, cheap if aold at once. 2 1 ' West F'irst. KOR MAI.K Oooil lionil and bank stork to trade fur cilv residence property. Phone 301(1. FOH SAI.K Hioming house; eight rooms; $1.1ti: $75 down: $15 per month. 102 North Moulder. FOR SA1.K Fixtures and soda fountain: snitnhle for small drug store; very cheap, for quick sale. I'hone 4HH0. AUTOMOBILES FOR SAI.K Five-passenger car; I'hone ,104s. cheap. MtR KKNT Carage for two eavs; paved alley. 1)17 Houili F.lwood. Phone Hia or t;2ii. FOR SAI.K One K. C. H. roadster; A l rondition, or will trade for five-passenger Ford. See ear at 1 1 T Fast First. Foil SAI.K My brand-new 1U1.1 model light six, run less than 500 miles: must be sold this week. Address H7rJ care World. WK HL'V and sell second hand Ford radia tors ; we r lr all makes. W. C. Craig, Auto Radiator Repair Shop. 331 Fast Third. WK Repair everything: motorcycles, bi cycles, talking machines, slot machines, eon' and locksmithing. Jacobs Nuvelty Co., 22fl Kast First. Phone 191). FOlt SAI.K 1111.1 Ford roadster; body, fender, toil, radiator, wind-shield, wheels, electric lights, all ahaolutrly new, and st bargain. Phone Auditor, Tulsa hotel. FOR SAI.K One 1.0iiO-poiwd truck, $3(H) ; bargain; one f ive-paasenger car, fine shape; one roadster, almost new, electric lights sari starter; one seven passenger car. Tulsa Motor Car Co., FMghth and Main. Phone Mift.1. FOR 8.4.1. K Pope-Hartford 0 H. P. auto in good condition; electric light and starter, or will trade for Hoick, Cadillac or Chalmers car. Can be seen t.t American Oarage on West Archer. For further par ticulars call Hrady Hotel Harher Shop. HUt HALF. One 11)13 five pasaengcr Ap- person, f.iOO; one ivih Ilopniottile, first class condition, $:I75; one 1U12 model 24 Mniek roadster, good condition, $2.10; one 191:1 Oldsnioliile. five-passenger, nnlv f.loil: one 2 A Hun k one-ton truck, bargain for $2.10; one Imp two-passiMyier ryclerar, new, I'JOO; one Imp rjeleear with delivery body. new. f.'.oi; one mnoei ntnea nve-pas- M-naer. fine condition, .im. .New Stnte Auto Ik Supply Co., 111! IIS South Koulder Ave. MONEY TO LOAN MOS'KV TO LOAN on diamonds I'hone S0,-,9. LOANS on chattel! of ill kinds. H. Farns, suite 5, Aleiendrr Bldg. A. XIONKY TO LOAN On improved city property and farms. Jordan ft B'lwec. 2'jl fliflette ftldg. I'hone 241. MONKY TO LOAN Straight or monthly iiiviitwnt!' prompt servire; !ny iniount $."iii0 up. ''lione IDS. Tulsa Security t'o. $20,000 TO LOAV on monthly payments, in mounts to soil: prompt service. Pesri-e, Porter, folllni ft Martin, 807 Palace Bid., Phone 3 IIU.N'KY TO LOAN on firm lands- s-ion an examination and abstract is msoe Biuney paid. Room 212 over Bank of Commerce. J. XI. Jlnll. MONKY TO LOAN: $"''". $1.0oo and $l..1o,, to loan on good i ui.a real estate. O. t ' TuUi Powers ft f 2o2! South Main. Phone hh or H2M. XIONKY ''o LOAN $200,001) to l,,an on Tula mil estate. If yon rontem.ilate build ing a home or busiuca block and expect to borrow money, it will pay you to see me. Loans mailt in any amount from $ioi) up tin to eig'it .ir' tune; very low ratn of interest. W. E. Broach, room 202 Ohio bldg. 411'- South XIain. XIONMY tn loan on Improved Tulsa busmeea and resident property, and Oklahoma, Kan sas, Xlissourl, Arknnias and Texaa farma; in any amount justified; private or long time loan!, with privilege! to ply before dui; rrompt closing: reasonable ratea E. A. illy, 311 212 Trias Ilidg, 12 East Fourtk street. Phone 541. Kei. 773. WANTED TO RENT HOUSES WW'IKI. To rent five-room s pertinent, by Vpr I 2 1. Phone 127W WANlKLs io rent modern, furnished five nr vx Tonms. at once. I'lre 49I WANTKD Io resit small furnished apart ujent: oely two in family; ran fnrn'sb own diilies. silverware, linen and utensils, fall Mvers (tmss. Hotel Tnl. WANTKD To rent five or six room fur nished honse for the summer, fin give good reference (nd wonld wint place rea sonable. Addrese Box 3i3, care World. WANTKD To rent, with possibility of pur chasing, five or lix-room, furnished er til-fnrni"-heil. modern house, with ground enonfh for rhickeni ind garden; south side er Crosbie Heights; long base and best care of propertv guaranteed. Box 309 World, or rhnn 20fi UNFURNISHED ROOMS POR RKNT FuR KKNT One er two unfurnished roosas. Phone 37fi7-I. FOR KKNT Two nnfurmshed roomi ; aaed ern home, till 531 Last Flftk. FURNISHED ROOMS . FOR RENT FoRRK NT Furnished ra. W47 .!. FOR KENT One furnished room. 504 South Cincinnati. FOR RKNT Housekeeping rooms', ll West Seventh. , FoR RKNT - Pleasant sleeping room; 61M South Cincinnati. FOR ItKNT -Sleeping room in private family. "i'2 South Boulder. loll RKNT Two light housekeeping rooms. t I I Smith Boulder. FOR RKNT Room for light housekeeping; close in. Phone 40i'4 FOR KENT One large, newly furnished loom. KIJ South .Main. For RKNT Two rooms for light housekeep- ing Cull 42!l South Main. FoR K KN T - Itouseueeping rooms in private family; 7H2 Soinh Hoiilder. FOR RKNT Two alee front light housckeep ing rooms: 4 12 North Main. Fo RKNT Servant's room, garage. West Twelfth street. Phone KIK5. FVIR RKNT Two light housekeeping rouins , modern Hi to, Nonh Boulder Foil RKNT - Well-furnished room in modern home: close in. Phone 822. FOR RKN T- Furnished, modern south apart ment: close i-n Phone 14fo. Foil RKNT-- Two nice light housekeeping rooms; close in. Phone 44.14 Foil RKNT two furnished rooms for hoiiM-keeping :tl," South Fri-co. FOR RKNT Lovel ely, large coo truiit room for Miinincr 724 South Denver. FOM KKNT Two furnished rooms for light Housekeeping, tall 4 15 South Kenosha Foil RKNT Well furnished front mom; hoard, if desired. Mild South Denver. FOR RKNT Two nicely furnished moms tor nonsekeeping ; South Boulder. Ft lit KKNT Two rooms for hoimt-ki'cpii.K tinnier!,; (ii7 VHt Thinl. M. .1. .Snow. FOK KKNT Two ino!irn, fi.rri.nhpd num for light hnu.ssf kurpinjc : Do 4 Smith Ktin FOlt RKNT--I,ipht hou .kt'f' im.tr r.mum ; mnoVrri : f 2 .10 wppIc. 4:ttl North Hoston FOIN.HKNT Furnished ronm ; large fiuviith for two yoiine m'ii. 22 i South 1 m-ii vt. FtlH HKN'l' Two large connecting Iioum keeping ronnn : clieal' 2i7 N irth Houlder FOit UKNT S-iuth loom, nicely furnished; clime in: for gentlemen. 524 South Denver. FOlt KKNT Suite of rooms: modern h.tme, witi hoard; olG South Cheyenne. Phone 372. l-'Olt RKNT Large nicety furnished romns for housekeeping; ground floor. 30.1 North I1oton. Foil KKNT Light iioiuekceiniig moms: modern; closu in; $2 per week. 1112 North Houlder IT'S CHK.W'KR to move than pay rent. We do the moving. Page Transfer storage- I'lione 1HH. FOR RKNT Two furnished rooms for light house keepiug; over fn-hnudt Bakery, 314 west First. FOR RKNT Close in. well furnished sleep iug rooms; Hui South Host on. Phono 4883. Reasonable. FOR KKNT Three rooma. furnished for housekeeping; private entrance; cheap. Phiaie 4.119. FOR KKNT To colored man and wife, aer vants' o,narters; must give references. rtione l i s,i . YOU KF.NT Two modern housekeeping rooms; $;t.,10. 315 Chicago Place. IO. ...... -.11,1 I Phone lis:t. FOlt KKNT Three-room suite, furnished for k....i,.,.. .a i..ih in,.,n. u-to 14 South Klgili. , FOR KKNT Pleasant furnished room; iuiet, modern home; close in; 809 South Bust, in. Phone !2ti-,l. FOR UKNT Two fro.it rooms, furnished for light housekeeping ; modern; 710 South Jackson. I'hone M44-.I. FOR RKNT Two completely furnished housekeeping rooms: close iu ; 402 South Frankfort. Phone 1HH9 J. ALT A VISTA 15 West Seventh; strictly modern. beautifully furnished sleeping rooms: rate reasonable. Phone 5040. DETROIT IIOTKI., Third and Denver; strictly modern, baths, running water: all outside rooms; summer rates, $3 week and op. bRKXKL IIOTKI. Third and Cheyenne; atrictly modern; elegantly furnished roouis: $3.50 per week; with private bslll, $li. OXFORD HOTEI, 8ieam heat, running; hot and cold water all rooma: private baths; reasonable weekly or monthly rate! to per manent guests. FOR KKNT Light housekeeping rooms; sink in kitchen; bath connecting: rent reasonable: house under new management and just remodeled. Call 2444-J. APARTMENTS FOR RENT FOR KENT Furnished ftpartinpnt. i'hone FOK HKNT Furninhed apartment ; four room ft and hnth; rinse in. 516 A Went Third. I'hoiif flfU or H.'17. FOR UKNT Modi-rn three-room nnfurnishpd flat: Kpparute hath; fl per imuith: 1.41 Soulh BoKton. I'hMVP r 4H.rifi-J. FOlt KKNT Beautiful Mrvpn-rnom part- nifiit and hith-ifrado fnrnttur fur wait rlifap if taken at onrp, HI HA South Kltfin. Foil KKNT .South of new mod.rn atiarimtMit: Mx mnma nnd hatrnent: pat front : on South Main ; $.(5 ; ri'ft rencca re- quiied. Phont 21 ft rorjLTRY FOR SALK Itaby chicks; from farm-reared Ionia. I'hone 4o:i. ( FOlt SALK Thoroughbred Barred Rock baby chicks. 3;lii Trou. Folt SAI.K Thoroughbred Barred baby chickens. li'3rt Troost. Rock FOR SAI.K Full-blooded Marred Rock eugs,; $1 for setting. phone 2HO0. (iOl.l)KN WYANDOTTK eges, j per 15. It V. Nirhnh. 403 Kenoiha, Tulsa, Okla. Phcne 1294 J. FOlt SALE Indian Runner duck eggs; $1 for 13. or $4 per 100. U. II. Litaon, Phone FI1-S3. or 4o32. FOlt SALK White Rock cockerels: prise winners; egrs for hatching; delivery w-.tgnn and bnrgv. Phone 4"!. FuR ALK Four White Wyandot.es: four White Leghorns; six cocks; two cockerels; prize winners; $1 up; one Pen. Whiteface Black Spunish. $10. Write R. V. Nichols. 40,1 Kenosha, Tulsa. Okla. Phone 1'i'Ji J. UVh STOCK Hrt hAl.K Thnroiiirhlirt'd Collie pup, witli pt-diw;re' : $5 and f 10. C. E. Kinwrjr, Mcv-kr-r, oltln. SAI.K- Si x t y head of liih Kr''e .ry rati!1: arp from one to nix yeara. Geo. r.ui-nt Strnpton. Ark. t'CHt SALK Ont wajron and team, on npritiK wn?"in, two lot. 10 arroa of land. Hp .!. V. liurkett. 2UJ KonoRha. LOST Lost Blue coat, from rear courthouse. A. F. Stadler, superior eoort. LOST Black male locker apaniei: 1915 li cense tag No 9; rewird. I'hone Ml'i LOSTln downtown ditrlct, gtild vanity purse; initials "H. R. B." Return to S. A. Bradeii. 141d South ( arson. Phone VJ1 . A.N YON F. finding an Kxehiiga Nslional checkbook containing aoiue receipts pleaae return' to Wiilie Wiiiumore. 1023 South Boston avenue or World office MISCELLANEOUS 1)1 NN F R PLAI KS 5c. 211 Kast Third. ITRI'AIN Mf RIM loc yard. 210 Kast Third. WANTED To rent room acid board, north of Frisco railroid. Box 877 World. FOH FLOOR scrsplnrs. by electric machine, t'arpenter and Builder. Phone 1377 J. CLAIRVOYANT ai'lRULAT, MfctILM KMf on all wb jcrta; miaaat: ntinff WdBfada( 7; 90 p. tn , over Wofadfrland. UlrtA LE MAN AUHArf. cLarTtTant, 17 Rmth Wain. If In troubi coma to yoar frtnd Abbaa, ih arrh aajatie. Ttlla tvery taicn cradle to frgrt. HOUSES FOR RENT KOll H KN'i' Yw , room modrrti ImUhtt; cl in. all H'J.Stt. YOM RK.N f Stri.-tly moilrm five rnom hoime l'hoiip 'J IHI FlMt UK. N T I'hrce nmin housf, Fifth l'hoiifl '44M .1 Fan. Ft K H K N T Vawr room tmidfrn hou 4 I 5 Wi't Mrndy. I'lioin 4 71. Ftli RK NT ive i omn modi'in Iioiim- ; In 1 " North Klwnnd. I'hiiiie Hit! i'Jd YOi KKN T - Five rMm niodi-ra luniM-; Y.ast Moili:1 f 'J ' month. I'lumi. b'OH KKN T Four room intuit rn hoiiso ut 419 North Hetroit. Thonf 44rt Ft HI K K NT Four room I'.innnltm' on tiort Ii hulv ; $'2) pi-r nioiith I'lioof .I.VI7. FtH liKNT F.ijilit loOiii tikhIi iu lions with Klft.iii(i: ior -It . I'hoitt or :tni-l. Ftli HFN'l Four room modrrti housi; 'J'J .".ii. t I'. I.i.liord. 4o, North lt. tivor. FOlt KKNT - heitiitif.il four rtmtn Iiohhi; inodt-rn ; t-Utrrii w nttr. l'iMI r ;t-.t St-mnd Foil KKNT l ur rwin mo.lt-rn t'onni' ; t' m -1 part of town; $Ui. Fhtnit 'Jl'ti. It. F. I Vttnn FtK UKNT -1- ivr-room honst ; u t moitrn ; runt part of town; $!'. I'Iioiih 'J'ti. H F. l'l'tlii- FOK KKN T - Five riiont Iioum1; niotK'rn ; I't-nt h ami Sunt h t ini'innHi i , $'J . imint h. Fhotit J I J J . IIOUSICS FOR RENT Fl'RNiSHKD a't'U UKS'I' Fight room I 2. ii Soult- Cheveniie. furtiitiicd o.i1 i.e. FOlt ItKXT Four-room Inoise. fniiu.lied 4 12 West Ninth Phone 41 Foil KKNT Three-room modern furnished house: flart North Moulder Phone 21Uh FOU UKNT- Well furnikheit clean cottage. I'hone llsiai J or call 72:1 South ltoton Sunday REAL ESTATE I'l.llt S. I.I-; Mtuicrn. six-rooiu loiugslow : close in. on Sollh lenvci- I'lione tl'JT Folt S.XI.K - Htisiuess lots in new toui of Oilton: cah or terms I'lione IMtil. Sun inons A White FOH M.U.K -2' in re ,j acre tract , bargain if sold at once .Might trade. Nitu is i White. I'll, oies :Hlil luiil 4.is7. Ft Ml KAl.l: - liarguin in twu four rnoui houi.es; close in; on easv ti'iuiH. Simmons & White Phones :Mlil and 4'.s7 F Ml SALK - $J0il ,-uhIi. Iiiilunrr m.uUlily. new four room nuMtern hmi -r : lot f i k 140 Admiral houlrvard. I'rit'i- $.."tiMi, I'hou, Hit FOR S. I.K Margiiin in up to date five room bungalow on paved Mreet. Inquire. Oo id terms. Simmons ft White. I'Iioucn ilttil and 4.-.H7. FOlt SAI.K -iiimil lot; one blurs fuuu p.icd street and car line; no taxes; $'j.-o. terms O (!. Powers ft I'll., '2o'J 'i South Main. Phone Hill. F'tlR RKN'I' Five acres of land: four-room house, suitable for chicken ram h or truck farming: three miles from city. Addrc-s Nu. 3B7 care World WHY pay rent when $10 and $10 a uiouili will buv a two-room Iioiikc and lot iu a good location Ilcrrv llart C'i., I'hone l.lf.Y '0 1 Palace Hide. FOlt HAI.K High, sightly corner; room for rive-rwom iiounc; icsiricieu iocuiii . 1.WO0. I). ('. Powers ft I'll., litta'i Suutll ki - : .. i.l. u . ,i ... ,i ninin. I mint- niu "i n." r.'lfc rwii.i. in. life; iuiii iiiij;i- iiiiiiii. . ",-n. i.'.i. - i.... i :.i 1 1 it 1 1 ; uign, rnsi inula i.i I . gimti ir.iiii'inr i . : ... p..... i I .a.i locuiiLy; priei- fi.iiuii, f .un luhu anil tier month. I). (.'. Powers ft Co., 2u2 lb Smith .Main. I none pio or njo FOR SAI.K Olt RKNT Truck farm: line, acres: all ready fur planting; siunli hot. sj. ; barn; chicken house; young orchard; half mile of car hue and paving. I'lione HJ or ti. r, .ward K. Itarrctt, 'J04 Hllns Itiilg. FOlt SAI.K Three-room house, S0xl4 foot lot: well on lame : eight blocks from Tuli-a hotel; price $H50; terms. $.ri0 cash: balance i'iO per month; will trade fir diamonds, or take same In part payment. Answer No. 305 cere of World. FOH HAI.K Five-room modern house, witli well: fi0xl40-foot lot: walkinir distance: $1,100; terms, $.101), balance in payments of $11 per mouth; this la an absolute bsrgain; house cost more than this ainonnt. Answer No. 86fl care XVorld. FOR SAI.K Forty acres nice land; well im proved; good oil prospect: on good road. ... . 'Cl.n will ...It uritl. .,...& iw, Bnj give iiniueiiiate possession for $3,300; half cssh. I. U. Poweri ft Co., 2(12 ij South Main. I'hone iIH or ti'o. FOR SAI.K Olt RKNT Very cheap; a fine farm in northwest Arkansas; within four miles nf the state university; 93 a-rci of rich bottom lnnd: 73 acres in cultivation: two wells; sm!ll orchard; fruit drying house; seven-room house- chicken house and good barn. Address 203 care XVorld. HAVK MO-4 -acre farm; newly improved; five-room house, good barn and outbuild ings; 43 acres in cultivation: rest in pas ture : only 1 14 miles from Hluejarket, on XI., K. ft T. railroad. Want to trade for grocery store or will sell for rash at a bars-Bin. Death in family cause for selling. Ad dress P. O. Mux 78, Itlucjacket, Okla. UNFURNISHED ROOMS WANTED WANTKD at once; two to four unfurnished rooma or auiall house: modern, liox 34a World. ROOM AND BOARD WANTKh Mur hnardprt; horn raokinjt:; Difll 2Ir; aiuithpnst room for rent; two In room. $1.75 each. I'lione 51!Ml J. MOTORCYCLES K' K S VI.K Mntr.rryclp, 17 Vnt Kirht. FOK SAI.K OK TKADK Iiidinn moton-ycle ; will tuke hi cycle in trade, I'hone TRANSFER AND STORAGE Tl'I.SA Ked Hall Transfer Co. Stliraa-e, nioviiiif. parking- and shipping; family mov ing our specialty; 105 North Boulder, i'huncs 2 7'J and t'.l. OFFICE AND STORE ROOMS Foil HKNT (iroiind floor store room: 121 Houth Boston. Call room 421, Iowa Dills". MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOlt KKN 1 Story 4 Clark piano in juod condition, in good home. I'lione 23110. Tn-'. I'l'tintalile on Waf-tc I.an.l. The tlm Is now hore that the tilant- iriK of l.niil to forest trc-e.s Is JiiHt as profitublf as tho growing of gralti croin. The HUjiply of tlmlior Is very j limited In nioct BTtions, ami the price of lumbr-r Is ever KOttiR hlghor; It is 1 IiIkIi time that farm uwneri plant fur future use. There Is usually sonic part of the farm that Is rough or not suit able for cultivation that can be uhpiI for a wooii lot. The poor rocky hill side or the wet iwamp can be mado to yield a profit If srt In trees, and thire are trees that are suited to all kinds of soil. The elm, cottonwood and maple will thrive In the swamp, while tha black locust will grow vigor ously on the poorest htllHide. Cutalprt, honey locust and walnut are stiltablo for (rrowinff on a more level soil. All nut and seed producing trees can be had by planting the nuts and seed In your own garden. Renewing the Farm. I know a farmer who Plarted to suvo the manuro on his farm 40 years ago. Today he Is about the best farmer in his neighborhood. His fields are growing as good crops as they did when first cleared. Many of the farma that were started long after this one are run out; the only thing they will grow Is debts and gloom for their owners. This Is a pretty good lesson in the profits to be had In handling the manure with care. Not a spear of straw or a forkful of manure Is al lowed to go to waste on this farm, and the prosperity of the farmer and the fat stock, great red barns and fertile fields are proof positive that It pays. Bernard Coffin. . 1 J . T -witty ": '.KWtetWJarejNSMsv. f f ' .o 't i v i !" rr'5"' ii r t I . vm"4 iTZ e.4 -.-v ' .. . ... ... . j. , N .' . . ..... ft.- - . . .... . ' . . .. Tlio aluivp In a phot ok pit of one nf (ho very host Iioiiich In Slnncliriikcr Ilr-lptitn. whU'li Ih mow inini? nf fi t i ll for .sain ut a pt ii't' which shoulil al tract nmono ilcni ihk a muxl inoili t il Iioiiih In tho city. TIiIm house is l i p lt I ami I'lniKhdl in the most in mI. i ii inuimci', such as oak flo.n.s tliroimhoiit, hcanl I f nil y ilccoiall, well a irn r.K''il, fut'iiaco hcul. two very nrtisti' nianti-ls. the l.ilist in Itirhl fltiites, laundry in Lase meiit In fact, a coinpl. tc honii' In cvet-y part icular, tillage for two cart, iiimlefn sit ant's quarters. si:i; FILEEW(D)(rDIl) oS J1EM Kt)H Sl'KClAI. I'lili'FS AM) T Kit. MS. i ' -1 : m AnsiKEirsl ' ! f-"n-j ii o iin l-TlcJ ! MIULIVO AIM) nVSilJO I i Amal t'oppcr . 7:i,'M K . X T. ... 14 ' i Am. Akii .'.4 N. Y. t'cniral . , in 'an . . . . il."i l- i New 1 i aveu .... 0 I I Am f F. . S in j W 104 ' iu. Ill I'fd. . 47 N,ir. Pacific ...Mm'! ' Ami i ut Oil .. M ll'euiisylvaiiia . . MH( 'Am. Smelt. ... 7 1 VKeirling l'l'Mi ' Am. S'uKsr . lu'MvK. I ,V S ... art Am. T. A- T ... l'jn ' It. 1. t'o. I'fd . I At' Ilium M'l' 'i'S. A. Line .... U' At t' Line ..111 S. A. I.. I'fd. . -to U II o. 7t, ,,s.i Pacific .... HI Clin Pa-ific . . ll.M J lie 1H t'. - O. . . . 4.0-.-S... H I'fd. . . :h I'. M. s. I'. . irj 's Tenn. t'oppi-r . il'-'-V, Kne 't, 1 i'esaa t'o . . . . I :i! Hen Flee I4'l VI nl.m I'm-itic . I 1 1 's tit. S"i' I'fd . 1 lit yi S Steel ... ;"il'i 'i, inter. .Met I'fd 7:i'lr S S I'fd ..l'!H" K. f. H a:. ia. faro fliein W I. Si S I I'll WeM. 1 niiiii . . (.7 l.ig. A XI era .'J'J.-.'s'ltelh. Steel ...I'lit l.orill.ird t o. . .I7." I m. Itcct Sug . . 4i,'2 ilrv Pit T'.l - COTTON NKW VOKK, April 14. n riirly lulva u pMtalt'ishftl a lieu- Ihl'Ii ivonl mi M,tli conlr.ni'N in cottun tftthiv, hut puces lulr i-aseil off nndi'i liciivv raliiii( and cln-t"; bareU r-trndy ill a livt dei'lini it- f ti tn M points, Vhi!t I.ivcrponl brtrcly int ychten(ny h loral advance , rhc nirkrt lien tiprin d un chHnKfd in points hijjliHr and iiIIit t.niu irreiru I writ y, sold 7 to 1) it iinln nhovt yft-ti-r day iv clnisiiiiC. Y:mi finrra ahowitit; a rni'i.rd brcakiiitr dmnriitit' mill ctuikiiinpt inn of .ril;i.U.")li halfN for March appeared to at rrnirthtwi im'Jtuh vxtiiiiatca nf pro ha Id h re ((in runf n tn from thi prett.tnt crop and doubt l"ia innplred much of tha rarly buyinif. while the continued full nnt tvalca in Liver pool uliif. encourHKcd the deniantl. .May led th advanee ,,n r(ivfrlnir by Wall street fchfirtrv, but at 11 !J7, f ftrhif aeeined to mcrean and the market later ruled easier. Possibly the neavon ' a flrat weekly weather report, indiratlnc a backward sprinu in the belt, but general profirca with plunthift and fa I'm work In the iafct few daya nrouioled wlliiiff on the decline. losing pricea were the loweit or the day and ho wed reactions nf mime 1.1 to 17 poiuta from the best. Trading waa fairly active during t lie niornir?, but became com paratively iiu io after midday. Kan tern belt inleresta were credited with selling heavily for profit during the day, while there a I no waa ronaidcrnble lUpiidution through houaeH with Wall afreet and wett er n connections. Kx ports today, it,7'Kl bales ; mo far thta heHon. (I,HI7,JUO. Tort rereipia 'J 4..D7.1 : Knited .Stated ort atorka 1,4!,F,2 Ki ; interior receipts Hi, .14.1. New York Cotton Futures. N'KW YtHK, April 14 --Cotton closed liarclv steady: lliifii l.iw Close. May 117 U.M ! H .Ii.lv I2' 10. I'M I O.rnt tlrtolicr 10.6 10. '.'J 10. VJ Dcccinlicr o y; 10 71 10 7'J January 10.110 10 77 10.77 New Orleans Cotton Futures. VKW llKI.KANS. April 14. Cotton iloscil sttaiiy at a net ilcrlinc of it to tl points. mli Low t lose. Mav 9 lit ! "ili ll.1l July 9 ll.i 11 w !) HI (i.-tiilit-r 10. .10 10 Hi 10 Id iirci-iniii r 10.40 io.:i:i ii).;i2 January 10., Mi 10.41! 10.4'J Lirerpool Cotton. 1.1 VK.HI'olH,, April 14 Cotton snol firm. Coiiil middling ii I. id; iniildliiiit 5 77d: low middling 5..'i0d ; salea lo.iuio: spei iilalion and export 2. duo- receipts 17.0(H). Futures irregular. May-Juuu rili.'i'd: Jiirie-.luly 5.71 d : July-Aiikuh. aTOi.d; Orloiier November 5 95d : January Keliniiirv 6.02.1; .Manli Apiil ti.07d. New Orleans Cot'on. NKW OKI.KA.VS, April 14. Spot cotton quii-i : uucnaiijc'd. Sales on the pot 1,1''I0; to arrive none, liood ordinarv 7. JO; strirt L'ood ordinary 7.0J: low uildd'iliK H.55; slri'-t low middling tfoil: middling :t7: striit uiiildlmsr HO'.': irmid middling III nit; strirt good uiiildlins; 10 4J; receipts 4,001; itoik 37U,J1. New York Cotton. NKW YORK. April II. Spot cotton qu el Middling llplnivl 10.15; no sales. GRAIN ilttr'i:.. a, .-it u l. .. .a. . " "I I'l" III .1 -s I ... il.il n,rlf-l ain,-- tl,- K.,wln..i.. ..f .1.-' wsr wheat priees shot upward nearly 1') rents i huahel md finislied wild, 3Aic to lie iloie last n tght . The tnde waa slam petlid hv fear tliat virtually exhausted re hi'tfi tiirougiiout the world would have to he fai-ed hefore the first of the new crop In the t'nited Slates could he gathered. th er staplea hardened with wheat, hut the gains were comparatively small, corn ' c to lc at l'tc; oats He to "-,c and provisions 2'-i0 to 7'ac. Kvidence that the buying force ha' k o( the einted adtance In wheat came chiefly from the lug short interests appeared Iu the fact that the ascent of values for July atu Keptemher. the new crop deliveries, wn greater than tor May, which repreatnti con trarta fur wheal already in store. Remark ahlr heavy purchasing of July hy a large house identified with one of the most prom inent speculative leaders on 'change, waa what first alarmed the rank and file of shorts. It wis not long hefore other strong interests took Io the haying iid and the pit was anon In 1 whirl. Word that the llritish government had de cided to cei" In.) ing wheat waa interpreted to mean frr fri-ill srrsinble on the pari nf other large censuraers and was lil taken to Indicite tint Oreit Hrltain hid icfiired control of s murh larger amount of wheat than has heretofore been anpposed waa the case. tiharp attention wn riven report that Argentine would hive shipped half its iiidplni by the end nf April ind that re serve! in the l ulled Btitei were llrtsdy neirly fifty million bushel lesi than il thli time yir igo. Profit taking by longs 1ut before the close broke the wheat mar el bark 4 rent! from the ten level reached Eiger bnving, however, quickly absorbed ill the offerings and it seemed plain that bull ish aentiment wn decidedly uppermost when the fim I gong ring. Corn bulged not only on icrooni of wheel strength, bat 11 remit of Immediite proved cash demand. Iloueea tint generally let for Canadian tiporteri took hold freely in th oit crowd. Provision! rahled when frsla kegiln to ascend. With tisy tvi'iiis or a ooil disconrit for 1-2 rash, buys 7 room iousc ami ham; Lrooil v xafV: iii fruit of all kinds. This property is two blocks of car lint and adjoins one of the best additions to the city on the South Side, For information inul terms ami a bargain see us at once. IBILAIM Ungjflu Oaiss fcimcgs !'oi' Salt'- 1,'iOT iind loll S. Denver; open for inspection every tiny ii'itl evenings. It' you are look injr for a well-built bouse, eoniilete in every respeet, ?et our priees iiikI terms on these. MainirlroSo J'KODHCE ChicaRo Uralu anil Provisions. III! Mil), iiril )4 Itansc oi prices: WIIKAI Muv . . . July .. . S.-pl. . . COHN; Mav . . . I IICII 1 .'m I VI 111'. until l.nw Close 1 r.0 'i i.:' ' 1.1 . fi.i IHi .74 ' 17'', 77 V i :.7 I 'j;i .7.'. . .7:1 . .7.M, . .71 , . ..vi V 17 :io 17.77 10.1 ft io. na .74 70 "a .7tl' July .. . ti.-pt. . . . OATH : May . . . July , . . Hcpt. . . . KOKK : May .. . July . . . l.AKD: Mav .. . July . . . IUMS: Mav .. . ili i ' .f.4 4"i .oUS .45 17 K0 17.70 10 07 10.3'J 10 OS 10.117 17 or, 17 H7 10.17 10 4'J 10 12 10 4J 10 07 10.40 10 10. July .. . Chicago Wheat. in. .niu, .-vpru i-a. vnr,A.; iso. i reJ l STSdi 1 .fttt'i, .No. 3 hard nouinal. ..mi; .io, j ypimir nominal. OATS: Htamlanl 57 r. UAKI.KY; 7L'c(0c. Kansaa City Wheat. KANSAS CITY. April 14 . VHKT: No. 'J haul $1 Sllri 1.31 No. U red 11.50. ColtN: Now 3 miicil 73c(i7UM', 'N- while 75c. . OATS: No. 2 white 50 '. c'n 57e. No. 2 miscd 64c'u 05c. LIVE STOCK Kansaa City Live Stock K A N s s CITV. April 14 - IKKIK: Re ceipt! B..100; steady: hulk $7.U.W 7 15, heavy $7 001)7.15. pit, kers and hoteliers 7.0 'q 7.15. light 7.0.V 7 15, pigs (.i.fi'l'n- 7.05. CATTI.K: Receipt! 4, KOO; steady: prime f.'d steers $ OIHii M 50, dressed I f steers $7.101 it 00. southern sleers $0 00 'it 7 50. cows 4 OOfti 7.00. heifers jti.OO'ii M 25, Blockers ta..'. 0 'ti 7 H5. HIIKKI': Receipts H.20O; slow and slesdv; lauilis 'J.oiiio 10 S5, ) ear liniri $-oo 0 9.50, wethers $7 .50i'o H 00, ees $7 25.n H 50, starker $5.75ti 9 10. Chicago Lire Stock. CIIK .WK), April 14 - IIIIIIS: Receipts 'J5.UO: weak: hulk $7 'JO'q 7.3Y )i-ht $7 10 'il 7 05. mixed $7.05 'a 7.40. heavy $0 e(ua 7 115, nmitil $0 -SU'rt 0.05, pigs $11 OOiu (1 90. ' CATTI.K: Receipts I'i.OoO; weak; native I l.eef sleers $0 00 n H.5.5, western steers' $5.iiO'i 7 40. rows and heifers $'!.M0 a 00. ralvcs $5 50'l H 00. MIKKr1: Receipts l'.'.ooO; steady; sheep 7 40'a .&, lanihs $H.iiIiki 10.110. Kansas City rrovisions. KANSAS tll'Y. April I 4 HITTKR : Creamery 'J'.lc, firsts -7c, seconds -5i-, pa--k-ing lr. . il iS Firsts 17 'sc. seconds 17c. I'OIT.TRY: Hiiii 14c, roosters lie. tar ke,i 15c Chicago Provisions CIlK'AliO Ai.nl 14. BITTKK: Lower; ereamerv TiOi fto'c. KH.iS: Higher: receipts 'Jl.Hl i-a.es: at mark. ras incliideil e Inn 10 ac, onlinarv firsts iH'n Htjr, firsts 10it9'ie. I'llTCr.'KS: Receipts V'7 cars; nnchanged I'Ot'l.TRY: Alive unchanged, III nl Out .Manure. Across the water, the pressure of population has compelled the govern ment to do many things which we In the I'nlted States think incompatible with personal freedom. Over there, the Individual Is often compelled by law to run his business properly, 0:1 the theory that by compelling the In dividual to do what Is god for him, the people as a whole will benefit. Io Kngland, they are even consnn.nng taking the land away from the lords I and distributing it more equally. lf we In this country were doing things In this stylo, we could scarcely do anything more profitable than to pass a law compelling every farmer to haul out manure as soon as made. If this were done, tho states of the corn belt would Increase their annual produc ing power to the extent of at least J5O.UO0.O0l. fiss of Nitrogen. The fact must be kept In mind that manure ferments and that much of the ammonia (the nitrogen Is In this chemical form) Is lost. Tho nitrogen also Is easily washed or leeched out, consequently no rHin should fall on the manure. L'nless there Is shelter and the manager watches and other wise takes care ot the manure it e5 4 v CS, t t f e JtMsM "-"J".M. 2 1-2 vlvw.h of trround with bt'Hr- 1M For u few duys only, lni.vs a lii'tiutifiil residence lot on the South Side. This lot is worth $1,000 hut the owner says sell. For location see HLAIIt BROS. should be hauled out and spread as fast us tho stalls ate cleaned, or at k-ast as fast us enough accumulates tu Justify the labor of a man and leant to haul and spreud. There Is as a rule less Iuhh after the manure is hauled and spread than when left in a heap, even though there be shelter. The best plan, generally speaking. Is Io spreud as faut us can be hauled. It Is nut even desirable to pile in heaps on the field, but better to spread over the surface as fast as it Is hauled. The Ufulfa Wev?0. Alfalfa growers everywhere should he on the lookout for the alfalfa wpcvII which was Introduced into I 'tali several years iiko from Kurnpe and Is doing much damage there, and lias spread over Into Idaho. There is 110 reason to doubt that It would spread mid multiply In the states farther cast If it were once In troduced. This is 1111 impending calamity to Die whole country. Hy keeping watch we may be able to call Its appraiarice l the attention of our experiment stations and the I'. S. U. A. so that war may be waued on the pest in time. The alfalfa weevil Is a miiu.11 beetle about the cize of a grain of wheat. The mature; bugs eat holes In the alfalfa leaves and lay eggs in the hobs. The eggs are a lemon-yellow color. They hatch out into grubs which are greenish in color, with a white line along the back, and of course are rather small, being the offspring of a Ini tio no larger than a wheat grain. (i.Mxl Itoads a Necessity. We will never be able to m.irki t our crops at nnything like what it should cost until we Improve the toads and make it pos: ible to haul ami tle lier farm products economically. So long as the road to town Is almost impassible so lung will farmers be ilt'ptiveil of U'lii'i.itc- markets ami the pleasures and recreations that may I'O found in town. Mm d roads will lm tl.tr beginning of a to w era in the south west, in fact the new era has already begun for wo have found we can not live without good roads. Silo ns an Investment. The silo should be c jasiilerod a'i in vestment that Increases the value of the farm In reducing the cost of pro ducing feed. It saxes in the cost of producing feed, then It is an Invest ment ami the dividend it brings In fat cattle, marketable sheep and wool and butterfnt should be placed to llio credit of the Income from the farm. Farmers should be like capitalists xx bo are looking for a place to invest money. Farmers who learn how to Invest In productive equipment Will soo have all they caro to Invest. Demand for (iraln. drain is a very Important staple both for human food and for stock feed. The cost of lixlng Is very largely influenced by the grain crop of the country because bread and meat are both affected by the crop. W ith prices high and a war In Kurope It seems likely that grain will be In great de mnnd. Hut this Is not all. The num ber of farm nm.nals In this country Is Increasing, hence we will need more feed. I'lant as many seres In grain as you can afford this year. In case you do not wish to sell the sur plus you can feed It.