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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1020.
aSiesi uiuwing vuy in uie
Southwest Is Tulsa, Oklahoma
Have lieen luxtenaca
MUCH OUTSIDE WORK
W - nnfnm Mow Additions
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Were Annexed Many Wcro
Tulsa, the fastest Browing city in
tha world found It necessary to go
outside the limits of tho city prop
er to find room for many of her
pomes and Industries In 1919. To
tho building program of tho city dur
lne the past two years muy be udd
td buildings that total Jl.680,300.
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lne year. Increasing values on lots
within the city and tho scarcity of
theso low even at high prices made
It Imperative that the man who
wanted to own his own homo bo
to the outskirts of tho city for lila
A clrclo around the city will show
that no addition Is so far out that
there are not u largo number of
Jsomea being constructed jvcry au
dition being bought up nulckly
and In most cases tho lota are being
taken by prospective homo owners
wno nun to avom pruinouivo renin.
Many Kino Homes In Lombard Ad
dition. Iimbard addition to tha north
west has been the scene of consld-
J. Kennedy. J2.000: A. J. Kennedy,
12.000: II. L. Kelts, two at 11,500
each: F. O. Pltzolat. ono ut $2,600,
one at (1,800 and flvo other, houses
Eastward from Lombard addition
the building has been Just as con
slstent. At 307 West Pino is tho
Drake residence which rost $5,000
and farther east at (1101 North Main
Is another residence worth 74. COO.
At 1404 North Main Is ono costing
5,00p anil at 14Us is ono under con
struction at tho cost of $7,000. On
North Boston homes numbered
tfOZ, 1207 and 1211 wcro built this
year at a total cost of $13,500. At
215 Hast King street Is ono built for
$4,000 and at 219 Is a $5,000 resi
dence. Already seven residences hnve
been completed In tho Adams addi
tion at tho total cost, as estimated
by Chief Clerk O'Brien, of $10,000.
Adjoining the Adams adltlon Is the
Northmorel.md addition, where al
most the tamo amount of building
has been constructed. Tho total cost
of tho eight homes built them In tho
past year is estimated at $15,000.
Four residences costing $1,500 cuch
were built in the Kamuna addition,
while the cost of four In tho In
vestors' adltlon is $6,000.
Negro District settling tip.
Residents In tho nogro section of
the city havo provon themselves no
less enterprising than the white poo-
pie. in an or tno negro additions
Jiumerous new dwellings nro to bo
Tm Cum A Cold
la Onm Day
Jo sure you get the Genuine
i-ooK lor tms signature
on the box. 30c
seen, that total $120,500. In the
(Irccnwood addition 17 new houses
havo been built, ranging frum $750
to $3,000 tach and totaling $18,830,
Six houses havo bean built In Hose
dalo costing between $800 und $2,000
Hooker Washington addition has
25 now homes costing between $750
and $2,000 each totaling $13,100.
Liberty addition has 12 newly con
structed homes costing from $500
to $3,000 each, totaling $12,750.
Lincoln parlc has two new structures
costing $2,000. In Mngnullu addition
tho building In tho past year totals
$7,000, of which $1,000 was ex
ponded on a church and tha remain,
ing JG.000 on six housed. Klghtcen
residences in Washington uddltlon
total $19,900 and range from $760
to $3,000 each. Fnlrvlew addition
has 10 new dwellings costing up to
$,600 and totaling $12,450. Nina
residences In Kkldmorn total $9,000
and havo all been built since 1918.
South and cast of tho negro oc
tlon Is Frisco addition. There ono
garugo ut $3,000 und 10 residences
from $1,500 to $3,000 each mako the
entire building amount to $30,000
In tho addition, according to .Mr.
O'llrlen's figures. Ono storo build
ing In Ilullet addition costing $3,000
and six residences costing from $1,
500 to $2,500 each, totut $16,000.
Kastward on North Lowls be
tween King und Latimer streets nre
a number of structures now In tho
prooesi of eonVvuctlon that will
houso tho headquarters of the Na
tional '.Supply company! Tho slto
of tho new warehouse Is fortunately
located -between tho Santa Fo rail
way on tho north and tho Frisco on
tho south. An extensive system of
drives and loading platforms will
connect tho buildings with the
transportation outlets. Brick, steel
and concrotu will bo Used In tho
warehouses and all of them will bo
absolutely fireproof, and will havo
n. total floor spaco of 4 0,000 square
feet. Tho offlco building for the
plant will bo 40 by 140 fert. whllo
ono of the warehouses will be 80 by
236 feet, and another will be 30 by
236 feet. Theso structures will cost
$250,000. Seven residences are be
ing constructed by tho company
for their employes and each when
finished will cost $5,000.
Oil llrms stimulate) Building.
Dlroctly east of tho National Sup
ply company's plant is tho Carter
Oil company, who completed an ox
tcnslvo building program in 1 0 IS
that cost approximately $250,000
and Included a small city equipped
witli Its own water, electricity, and
sewer. Building continued through
out 1919 and the company has added
throe moro cottages costing $2,000
each to tbo 13 constructed in 1913.
A mnchlno shop costing- $2,500 and
a 50 by 100-foot warehouse cost
ing $10,000, makes this year's totul
South of the Carter plant the
Sinclair Oil & Oas Co. Is constructing
a boiler and machine shop to bo
50x100 feet and to cost $65,000.
This structure will also bo of fire
A visit to this section of the city
reveals an Industrial center that Is
second only to West Tulsa. Heforo
tho close of 1920 It Is but conserva
tive to predict that tho visitor can
go from Lewis nvenuo out to Dawson
without ever losing sight of tho
warehouses, wholesale supply houses
South ami east of this point Is
Hcddln addition, where at 10S and
109 North Clevolnml urn two new
homes built at n cost of $3,000 each
Houses of tho same value havo re
cently been built at 111, 12.7, 143 and
165 North McCoy. A new $.1,600
houso stands at 131 North Hlino,
and ono nt 155 North Wilson Is
valued m $3,000,
Drshon addition, which Is In the
south, Is now a part of tho city but
was not within the limits when the
following residences were built:
270S K.ist Archer, $1,800; 24? Host
Archer, $1,000; 270.1 Fairmont,
$1,000. Several garages and resi
dence additions have been built In
Fairmont addition ami at 2531 Fair
mont streot Is a new $3,500 resi
dence. West of Fairmont I Iletebenner
addition, which has also been re
cently taken Into the city, l'lor to
Its admission the following wcro
built: a residence at 30 North Orant
costing $2,600, another resldenco at
40 North Orunt wortli $.1,000 and a
storo building at 2431 Federal which
South of this location Is Crest
IIIII park. Hero at 823 South
Xanthus Is a new relsdencn built at
tho cost of $2,000. On Tenth street
at numbers 2342, 2330 and 2.136
are three new homes Uullt at a cost
of $3,000, $3,600 and $4,000 re
spectively. Just enst to Peoria and
south on that street to Twenty-seventh
street has been creeled tho
suburban homo of .Mrs. Anna II.
Chamberlain, which together with
tho garage, and servants' quartern
(Ireatly In excess of this vast
amount of building expenditure H
the new plant of the public service
wnicn, wlien completed, will retire
sent In Itsolf an Investment of
$1,000,000. Kstlmatr-s plaro the cost
of the new plant of the U. S. Com
pression Tube company, located
northwest of tho city, nt $75,000.
Industries such n tho Sunlight Car
bon company's plant, the nei,v nil de
velopments In West Tjtf, tho oat
mlno extensions, and ot'ir deviop
ments nutsido tho city would make
the total cost of tho constructions
during tho year far greater than
tho most extravagant estimates.
CASE IS UNDER ADVISEMENT
Demurer to Plaintiff's Testimony to
Ho Baled ITmii Tills .Morning.
Demurer to tho plaintiffs testi
mony In tho suit of Mrs. Bailey H.
Bell against tho Frlsen railroad, In
which damages of $50,000 were
asked, was taken under advisement
yesterday In federal court. Judge J.
W. Wondrougli stating that ho
would pass upon the demurer at 9
o'clock this morning.
Mrs. Bell asked damages for In
jury to her health through alleged
failure of railroad officials to move
a train stalled In the snow near
Perry from December 24 to 26, 1918.
Shu stated In her petition that sho
was compelled to remain In tho un
healed coaches during the entire
Form Order of Camels
To Carry on a Battle
Against Prohibit ion
MILWAt'KKK. Wis., Dec. 31.
Pledglng Its members to a cam
paign for temperance and against
prohibition, a new lodge, the Or
der of Camels, Is to be Inaugurat
ed In Milwaukee, January 16,
1320. Tho lodge will begin a two
Jears' ramp.ilgu for tho repeal of
tho amendment, It was annuuncud
Branches of the order. It was
Mild will be established In .St.
louis, Kuu.ri City. Chicago, Do-
trolt, Buffalo. Cincinnati. Pitts- !
burgh. Philadelphia and New
York city, following Milwaukee,
which has been selected as the spot ,
for lodge No. 1 because It was
considered tho "wettest city" In !
the country i
Tho Milwaukee lodge Is headed I
by Louis M. Kotockl, city comp. 1
troller, who with the oilier local
ol fleers, will serve us grand lodge
officials until the firm annual con-
ventlon of tho order In Juno. I
JOHNSON TO OPF.N tWMPAIILV. !
Senator Will I 'Ire 0wnlng Cun In
BriMiUljn on January i:t. j
KAN FUA.VCISCO. Dee. 31 -Senator
Hiram Johnson will fire the'
first cun In his presidential ram-1
pMgn at Brooklyn. N. V., January
This It the announced plan today
of the senator and his campaign as-1
s'stants. lie will address tho asso
ciation of republican chiefs at a for
mal banquet Thursday.
lie Will leaVit fur W.isliinirfmi Inn. I
A New Vonr's Itoxoltitlon.
Itcsolved. to start the .V eu- Ye.ir
right. Prepare for a better position,!
enroll today at the Tulsa. Business
college. Phone 1429. Office 109-1
111 Uant Third St Advt.
BEST FOR COLDS
Doctors Now Prescribe Cal
otabs, the Purified Calo
mel Tablets That Are
Nauscalcss, Safe and
ELKS WILL STAGE COMEDY
,'I'iiIni IsHlgo Plans "Ut's ;o, Pcgg),"
, This .Month.
read tho comedy to tho entire com
pany at tho Kiks club,
IOWA POLITICIANS BUSY
"Let's (Iii, Peggy," a musical com
edy written by J A. Darnaby, mtisle
by Anne Saunders Darnaby, will be
produced In Tulsa January 16 and 17
by the Tulsa lodge of the B. P. O. 10.
The most elaborate effort ever made
In the south at stage production Is
promised. The play will be staged
by Mr Datnaby personally The
song tills, written by Mrs, D.iriiAby,
hae been very successful In a num
ber of big New York productions.
Itehearsals wilt start January
anil next Sunday Mr Darnaby will
Political firm to ho Klndleil bj Bolli
Pari Irs t Stale Bullion. ,
Di:S .MOINI34, Iowa, Dee. 31
Polltlitil fires will bo kindled In
Iowa during the next two week
when both republicans and ileum
crats will hold statewide rallies,
Will ll.ijes. .-halrman of the re
publican national committee, will
meet with republicans, men and
women, at Dei Moines on January
William Jennings Bryan will meet
Iowa democrats on January 7
Hall Official Quit.
WASHINGTON. Dec. SI. The
resignation of Gerrlt Port an assist
ant director of tho traffic for the
railroad administration was an
nounced tonight by Director Gener
A Worthy Resolve
For the New Year
would bo to make the. family liappv by milling
to tho comfort nn ilattrnctlvenrss of tho homo
Yv nro rvMhcl to make, the year 19110 the
best In point of fccrlco In tho history of tho
Plans nro well under ny for the erection of
n commodious building Hint win permit us
to ci pail In proportion to our steadily lm-re.ns-lug
May tho coming jear fulfill your greatest
Boss Funilluro & Carpet Co.
New Year's Greetings
We have enjoyed a very satisfactory and growing business
the past year as distributors of the Nash Cars and Trucks.
We wish to thank our friends for their patronage. We
hope to retain all our old friends and acquire many new
ones the ensuing year.. "Service First" is the foundation
upon which we expect to build a constantly growing busi
ness, and it is our ambition Jo fender our old and new
friends more efficient service' the coming year.
To All W e Wish a Prosperous and Happy
Neal Motors Company
Doctors nre warning tho public
that simple colds and mild c'asea of
Influenza often lead to pneumonia
and other serious complications.
They say that every cold should re
ceive Immediate attention and that
the first step In the treatment Is to
make sure that the liver Is active.
For this purpose C'alotabs, the per
fected, nausealchs calomel tablets
are the surest, best Jini most agree
One Calotab nt lied time with a
swallow of water that's all, no
nausea, und no upsetting of ihe di
gestion and appetite. Next morning
your cold has vanished, your liver
Is active, your-pystem Is purified ami
rnffeshed and you are feeling fluo
with a hearty appetite for breakfast.
Eat what you please. no danger.
For your protection, Calolahs are
koM only in original reeled pnekagrs,
price thirty-five rents. All druggists
recommend and guarantee Calotahs
and one authorized lo refund the
price if you are not delighted with
Happy New Year
and many of
Second and Main
RESOLVE NOW! Start the New Year Right
HP.!. INNING WKKK DF.COIHHH 2tl TO .!..TAHV 5
A large number of new students will enter bolh our day or
evening school on December 29 or January 6 If you are In
terested In securing a first-class position and it "fat pay"
envelope, seo us Monday or within the nexi few ilavs, Tele
phono 1429 for appolutmoul. Offlco 109-11 K. Third street.
TULSA BUSINESS COLLEGE
The Home Building & Loan Association wishes every
body a Happy New Year.
and during 1920 may we all spend a little
less than we earn, which will make us
We arc now Permanently Located
at 317 S. Boston, Kennedy Bldg.
The undersigned organizers feel that this new financial
institution, which begins its business career tomorrow
morning, is destined to play a helpful part in the further
development of Tulsa.
HOME MONEY, SAVED BY
HOME PEOPLE, LOANED TO
HOME PEOPLE, TO SECURE
HOMES IN TULSA
L, L ABBOTT, President Halliburton-
nOBKHT 10. ADAMH, Adams & Walker
ALBI3UT II. HULL, Bell &. Fellows,
C1IAHLKS W. BKKWKIl, Vice. Presl-
dent Security Stato Bank.
W. A. HHOWNLKK, Cashier, Kxchange
W. O. BUCK, Vice President Central
C. Y. 12 VKIIKTT, Assistant Cashier,
First National Bank.
C. II. IIUHTON, Treasurer, Sinclair Oil Co.
AIITHHK NKWLIN, Secretary. Kx
chani'o Trust Co.
J. M. HKi:i), former Secretary. Local
Building & Loan Association, Okla
HOY BTAIIK, Tax Commissioner, Carter
CHAULKS T. WILSON. Oil Producer.
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That You Were
the Only One
When you named your Execu
tor, did you take into consid
eration that if you named an
individual he also would be
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Deed to all your property and
your Executor is the manager
who must be ready at a mo
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good judgment would not
permit you to visit a plumber
to have a tooth filled, nor
should it permit you to name
as Executor for your estate
an individual who has no ex
perience in such matters.
The daily handling of estate
and trust matters is the busi
ness of the Exchange Trust
Company. We have assem
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needed equipment to handle
all details of your estate, as a
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We invite you to ask for our
latest booklet "YOUR WILL
AND YOUR EXECUTOR."
It will tell you how important
naming the proper Executor
will be to your estate.
14 E. Third St., Tulsa, Okla.
"Service and Strength"
Affiliated with Tho Kxchange National Bank
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