Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 291, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 9, 1919 Page: 4 of 8
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CHICKA8HA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA TUESDAY DtCEMBER 9 1919
BUILDING BOOM SOON TO BE
UNDER WA Y. IN SOUTH AMEBIC A
P.y I.AWKK.VCK S. HAAS
(I-nlr-il Pi ess i-'t.'.rf CuiTSiiiimiU'ii'.l
IllKXOS AIKKS. (Ity M:til.) A
1;u"i!'Iik: .:i:i:.:i.i!k:i. uiii'ii':: llod In'
: :-cj e in llto 'l:!i-Ury i f S tutli Ann i
I... Is scm t.) be F'artul In I!m:ios
A':?. If t!.e ;i:'i;lk tions cf -A murk an
Ini mid :uiit-ti'ti"ti(m' liioil liei'e
vi: Sikh c.fsi'ul. The c on ilrm tlcil
f.'ir.r;) ;.! six years Is expo. 'led tt
io'tcweJ by a waive of activity in
'.ho burins line listened t j rei ev
il:e mu'oirrurtabiu limine ai-arlaen
uml office sliortace. from wlii.li tills
r'. v lias bcuii sufWrliiL' for three
I'n'i: s American ea al mil ir.ter
o I'l invc.-Uir.e.'its in llucnos Aire-
if c'inte llie fiiKinriiiK will he done
i !i v . lly l).v lir'tisli and Kreneh
irterr.-!s mid it i) pre;l id?l Ilia'
I'r.i diiv; on a wholesa'e scale will l e
:t :;'.(;d as soon us Uritlsli and Kruncl!
ehaiiKe on;-e irre ajiprourli the
r ' I Is not. .xiMelnated that
Al'T-ican ea;'t i will -u! rrct
Mil. in t'.i: Imi'dinl 'dr've' ia which
i. u l)sl'eve;l tint px;)iei l!;r.f
v ' ' -? h a! le.i.'t f JOU.tllKi.U' 0.
l'.nenos Aires really is "In ii baa
v ' f ir houses 5i ii J ::iiartmuuts
t'r-p 'rm tion has net kept i'.t;e wi f'
the constant influx of new residel.i;-
ilm-'Mir the oast year itenls have
f ; :i re.i Vj unex.;!eeteil heigiiH.
A.artineut houses iiave not yet
r lined great popii'ar'ty willh the lin-li-c
i:r the Sinnilnh-xpcuWuB resident.
l''-:-"!ieans and Americans are 1 er
fff t'y "at hon:e" in ithmii as long as
ll ey can inanago t keep their iniiuls
( r: fe rent they must ray. Few
yoVe tire moving. The l er;ll..!on
:f ehangins domicile i is like the old
ih'ldren's aiee or "puss In the cor-
rer." When v family succeeds In
gt. '.'UK an apartment and furnishing
It. it Is a case of holding on "until
death doth them part."
Families who find it ne-e :ary to
leave Uie country for as long us a
year -cr two invariably sublet t'e'r
lijiartuients furnished for a consider-
u:tion .that removes . mutfli. of the su!j-
: irmce from a comf-ortahle inconin.
?'or lour or five room furnished
up- r'.ments. J20n . $300 anil $-li'K a
rr:r.t'.i is asked and paid without a
kick in Hie very few ajartment
hoit ei tiiii.t jitiw gone ) in the pas t
few ye irs ""every upu'rt meiit wus'sliok-
en l'or-rling before the building w.u-
(Vnditlons tiro jurt as 'bad in one-
family houses. Miuli valuable space
p -e ;ti waste from an American or
it Kuropean viewpoint in ilhese
'im-es. The' Argentinian must nave
I' ' t patio or garden which is located
in i he center of the hoinc bounded
i -i two side: by the fivnt door and
'he kitchen. It would be a It ask of
j-i.ny- years to educate the pearl?
cut erf the initio idea if it is e e"
Hueuos Aires Is libcially sprinli'ecl
v. " h "lrasuil'lcent residences of rai l-
aype and great dimensions. Same
i f these homes occupy wore griiund
n-aw than some i.f the larger hotels
in New Yorlc City and nt leavt hall
of lliem are larger fc'.ian the private
lipmes ft American millionaires or
Fi::h Aenue and elsewheie. It is
ccmm:;n practice f:r a m em her of a
v. ill hy ranch owning family to build
i ne of these houses and furnish it
M-eii live in it. M.my of these houses
stand monuments to the wealth and
1 sj-eiv.y of the country .typical of
f 3 pride of ..' relr owners and iere-
Mi.'.ing a misapplication of s-arce
ra 1 M'l expensive building mater. ai
and f labor which if empioyed in
a '.ess pretentious and more unita-
rian cause would aid greatly in pro-
viding she'ter for people in more
in- derate circumstances.
Ileal estate values in llnenos
Aires lire inflated. Several years
ngy a great property boom boo ted
The price (f real estate. Then tlw
I -.u of prices fell out but the
p c :er pan of the property owners.
! ;;?(u;.ed their holdings during
the bain i-tiil retain 4.he b.iamdiys'
- ' 'u;: .'.vn and decline to accept a
In the piuier districts there are
blocks and b.ucks of dwellings ir.my
t:i which are .lathing m. ire than mis-
erable "-ovels. In there li Itriits. -.il-
' v-TT'X 1 . r r I
"Mil .V 5'
LSED IT LAST YpR V
StsnrUrr! coM rfcdy for JO yeara
though liuenos Aires is generally I al-
ert us a clean city the sanitation lias
been miserable. Under the lilgoyen
adinlnlstration much is being done
to Improve these conditions but they
still exist pretty generally.
The niixlern office buildings if
Buenos Aires can hi 111 be coiinlo l on
the fingers of one hand. While of-
fice rent is not exactly exorbitant
il is alfiiosl l.'iipossibli; to ol talll of-
tl.es In llie center of the cll.y.
Wlion liiilldlug ;ii resumad in earn-e.-t
here it is believed t .at attention
will lo given to the lack of o!'!'i.;
space and that the new bulldl?l;;s
will l.e of i:!io modern type pattern-
ed greatly after the model of ; lie
American office building minus the
For years there' has neon agitation
for the coii'itriirthin of a great gov-
ernment edifice ilii house many 'of
tlio lei)iirt)nert8 which .are now scat-
tered about the city. It Is g.; in.' rally
conceded t'lt'tit. there Is no chance t y
put Lhis project 'thraugli during tlu
present economy ndml.iu! I atlon of
'resident Irigcyen but In a few years
somebody is gaing to get the chance
to bid for a ?2."iOfMIonu Job.
A modern discovery for tlio rapid
healing of flesn wounds cuts burns
bruises sores and scales is Liquid
liorozen. It Is a clear colorless liq
Hid possessing marvelous healing
power. I'rico line the und !fX.2l). Sold
by Wren Drug Co. Adv.
Catarrli Cannot Ic Cured
wllh l.or.W. Arri.l' .vrioNS. a tlicy
nirinnt i:ih tlie beul ltjt Oiease.
Culauli in h lu al Oib.'a.-:o rvatiy in-
MueiH'f.l by conxiuutional i-iinditiuiis uml
In onler to iure II ym im't luKe ait
in t in tl i-rineily. Iliill'i! l atarrli Medl-
ln.( ia taken Interniilly uml ai ls linn
tlie lil. mil nn the liiriious snriitces of llie
system. Hall's Cnliii'rh Millcini1 whs
prescribed by one of the best physicians
in this country for yar. li Is iihii-
pnRcil of seme of the ln-sl tnnien known
comblni'd wllh some of th b;. lilosd
purine. The perfect romblnalion of
the Ingredients In Hull' f'Htarrh Meill-
rlne In what produien finh wnni'-rfnl
results In eaturrlial conditions fend for
V. .1. f'HENKT ft CO.. Props. Toledo O.
All nniiidists Tfic. ...
Ilull'B Family I'ill.i for tanblivuHxi.
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Ends Of The Earth
The best coffees of eveiy coffee-crowing
country are united in one supreme blend in
The Alton Goods Old Thirty Coffee.- Yet
it is sold at a popular price because the
common sense package allows us to put all
the value in the coffee. It is the old re-
liable kind. Roasted fresh every day in
our own ovens. Always fresh. Sold in
sealed cartons by good grocers.
THE ALTON MERCANTILE CO-
Have you tried coffee made
the Alton way? If not you
have a treat in store. See the
recipe en The Alton Goods
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INIO . OKLAHOMA l
Lumber and Building Materials
C&MP DOilPHAN 1
FORT SILL - OKLAHOMA
COMPLETE BUILDINGS I
Sold Standing or Disrrsaniicd
We have five hundred buildings we will sell
standing or dismantled at a great saving. These Tr"
buildings can be used for homes barns shelter 5i
shods warehouses etc. They are cut to fit 1
and can be put back in their.original form with i
no waste. Material can be loaded on cars E
EEs on ground. zi
We also have a larpo amount of pipe valves
EH fittings electrical equipment and telephone '
r 300 Kewanee and American Heaters and Eft
j Tanks from 120 to 470 gallons capacity. EI:
S . TAKE THE NEXT TRAIN to Fort Sill and j
inspect these buildings. :
sail s criecE ar
E tAivTom orncc: Ef j
H 204-206 First National Dank CIdg. fi
HARRIS BROS. COMPANY 1
' The Price of j p
1 1 m
liops aid Bacoii
Here are reasons why ths fine
fresh perk tenderloins and pork
chops cr savory-barn or crinkly
bacon which you erijeyfor break-
fast cozt much nr. ore per pond
than the market quotation c:i live
hogs which you. read in the
An average hc wei;h3 220
Of this only 70 per cent (154
pounds) is meat and lard.
So when we pa' 15 a pound for
live hogs we are really paying ivioro
than 21 a pound for the meat which
we will get from these animals1 even
after taking into account the vylue of
But . people show a preference for.
only one-third of the -whole the pork
chops fancy bacon and che'ee cuts
from juicy hams.
This means that when we are sell-
ing Premium bacon at 4 3!!' per pound
wholesale and Premium hams at 30;'
there are other parts for which we s.;ct
as low as ' or 8 per pound. The
net result is an average profit t us of
less than 1 a pound.
The choice cuts are higher because
of a demand for them.
Another tiling: Only 35 pounds of.the
entire hog or about 16 th is usually
marketed at once. The rest must be
pickled cured or smoked. This takes -months
and adds to the costs w.hich
must be met.
Swift &' Company U.S.A.
WHAT BFCOMF.S OF
THE AVERAGE DOLLAR
?SViFT & COMPANY v
f ROM THE SALE Of ML AT .
AND BY PR00UC1S
6S CENTS IS PAID TOR THE
12 96 CENTS f Oft LABOR i
EXPENSES AND FREIGHT I
9 ni rtiuTt Dcuiiki ?
tHi:.'t lor. sale iure rj
tf.. r-a! s vn a col l in 24
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 291, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 9, 1919, newspaper, December 9, 1919; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc731013/m1/4/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.