The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 11 of 50
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BOULDER STREET SECTION s
TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5 1922
Boulder Street Tulsa's New Broadway
JCONTINUED rn0M rilECKDINO rXai
fthj courteous treatmont they should
!"PtCtScTrn Nc Storeroom.
! one o( the persons most Interested
..Boulder nvenue ns n business cen-
ter Is i IV Yountf. Ho hns recently
fcsswn hown his faith In this thor-
Chf" re as well as In the future of
trulM by erecting a building con-
uhilrut seven modern anu commb-
5hi store rooms that arc soon to
Infilled with tenants handllnc
5tMs business block extends from
is. bulldlns ' " corner of Third
Moulder to the bulldlns nt Hcc
5Sn ind Moulder nhd attractively
-ond na ' . fpmlrlv existed
ilonf Boulder Just across the street
tfrom tr postofflco.
.n buildings was built sub-
f Mndil'" was laid so additional
Series may bo added later
Thus storo rooms are bclne taste-
foilr decorated so they will com-
in appeannco with any other
E.V. rooms in .ho entire city.
? -Although yet a yoline mun Mr.
ffSunt hs In the past few 'years
titken HIS .ngnuui '""
Stumi'i prominent business men and
frrortrty owners. Ho lis confident
"hit the greatest period of prosperity
: in TUaf8 history Is just startlne.
id4 ho expects to bo preparod for
'Walsdoubtlrss to bo the sreat-
Mt city In the southwest" Young
dMlires. "It has every advantage
Utedd to ltisuro tho growth wo all
'iMCt And Douldcr avenue must
row right along with tho rest of
lis city. It I" ono of tho Principal
builness itrcots now and It-will bo-
; corns oven a better street as time
panes ana mo ousinusa um
I Tho average business man seldom
'lops to consider what a necessity
rfli the successful and modernized
ionduct of his business Is lho" office
.7. ... i.kll.hmnnt When hft ile-
iclies to open an establishment the
follies supply storo Is visited and ho
iriectj his offlco furniture and sup-
"sKei After he has established him.
UM there Is a frequent necessity to
Jobtiln Incidental supplies or oqulp-
TO ODtain incso supplies uuoo nui
it -1 - Mntn. xitalf t n Mia ntnrn.
Tho buiy offlco man merely calls
OTtrtho telephono and gives his or-
a. win. In n few minutes It ar-
frlrei and Is put to use. It may bo
ionly a low pen poinia or uuiuu
f of Ink it may be a typewriter Btand
or desk. It's all tho aamo to tho
:siodern offlco supply company me
'.order recoivos Immediate. AtUntlon.
t There is an offlco supply company
?fted on Bouth Ilouldor between
;1Jilrd and Fourth stroot that moots
SlYtry roqulromont of tho business
fain who wants sorvtce and mor-
lehindlie of quality. It is the Palaco
lOtfico Bupply company which car-
iwi in unuiuany iurnc cuiupiciu unit
inrled nsortment of offlc furplturo
ipt.. imi.iia 'OfflrA Runnlv nnm-
;Jlny has found Ilouldor an excel-
lent business location ana since
moving to Its presont quartern has
nover had occasion to regret Its
choice. Hach year's business has
been better than that of the pre-
vious year according to tho manage
Broken Arrow Uricfa
Mrs. Clara Drown enumerator
has finished tho field work of taking
tho school census of llroken Arrow
district but several days will be
required to complete the tabulation
for tho official announcement of
At tho Tuesday meeting of tho
chamber of commerco formal ap-
proval was given tho plan of the
llroken Arrow Hoy Scout troop en
tering Into a county organization of
all scout troops outsiup tho city or
Tulsa and a committee appointed
to raise the (COO cstlmatod ns the
local scouts' quota In maintaining
tho organization for the first yeur.
Other mnttern claiming thn atten-
tion of the chamber of commerco
Is tho proposition to ronamo llroken
Arrow streets nnd to Inaugurate n
street paving campaign which will
lead to tho completion of tho paving
on Sraln street. A commlttea com
posed of A. J Kenton A. 11. Ilato-
man and J. I Banuora was appoint-
ed to work on tho proposition u re-
naming tho streets and J- 3. Sevor-
son 8. A. Davis and O. 8. Walker
wero appointed on the street prov-
Dr. D M. Purdy of Vlnlta who
has been in tho community for sev
eral days In tho Interests of Tulsa
county dairymen spoke to nn in-
terested audlenco Tuesday evening
urging local dairymen to adopt tho
progressiva measures of a tubercular
testing allocation In this district
and thereby making this community
a part ot tho accredited area of
...I II . .... v
muerciiiin ireo caiuu.
For tho Sunday services at Broken
Arrow churches every pulpit in the
city will bo occupied. At tho Chris-
tian church which remains without
a pastor. Evangelist E. E. Davidson
will continue a series of special
meetings over Sunday with oorvlces
both morning and evening 'At the
Baptist church Rev. John McMcnls
pastor will conduct the regular serv-
ices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. At
the First M. E. church Rev. I D.
Corning pastor will occupy the pul-
pit both Sunday morning and eve-
ning Ilov. J. 13. Kerr pastor an-
nounces tho usual 'services nt the
Usual hours nt tho Tresbyterlan
church. .Rov. T F. Browor pastor
will occupy tho pulpit at tho M. 13.
church. : Bouth. both mornlncr nnd
ovontng. Tho apodal rovlval serv
ices wnicn nave ceon In progress nt
tho I'ontocosta! .church conducted
by Evnngollst Hmlth for thn nnit v.
oral weeks will contlnuo ovor Sunday
with special uormons both morning
unn avoninir. xnis revival is re-
ported US hi'UlC tho most mlrrnfnl
in tho history ot tho Pentecostal
church many additions 'to tho
church tnomborahlp already having
that "Hoopers Best" is
served by all house-
wives who .appreciate-
Take home a package.
Your grocer has it. Noth-
411 SOUTH BOULDER CEDAR 2018
A Store Built on Quality
At no other place in Tulsa can you find such a
large variety of quality goods at prices that arc
rloht as you do at this store. We have spared no
effort ta always carry fresh and wholesome goods
ona a variety to meet the needs of the most discrim-
inating shopper. '
Another great feature that is to rt great extent
responsible for the success of this store is Its con-
venient location. We could have secured other loctt-
uons at lower rent but this place proved to be Ideal
BroadwayCerUrlht thC hert f Tusa'8 NcW
Convenient for tlwse who like to select their own
vJMerles; centrally located which i assures prompt
deliverii serais. 1
411 South Boulder Cedar 2018
liipcby News Notes
Traffic across' tho Arkansas river
brldgo nt Illxby Is suspended each
night from 7:30 p. m. until 5 a. in.
whllo workmen nro making some
much needed repairs on thn brldse.
Including n new floor.
An explosion ot a carbide genera-
tor In th Hoguo nutn repair shop
Krtdny cvonlng slightly Injured Mr
Hoguo and wrought consldcrnbto
dnmngo to tho building. An over-
charge of carbldo was said to Imvo
caused tho accident.
C. A. Border wcretnry of tho
Tulsa Chamber of Commerce wns In
Illxby Inst week In the Interests of
tho work of tho Farmers' Co-opern-live
company In this community.
It. '. Markley formerly tif Has-
kell has succeeded Fred 1'. Port ns
malinger of tho Illxby offlco of tho
Oklahoma Nntural (las company.
Funeral services wero conducted
Monday ntternonu by Rev. J II.
Bradley nt tho family homo for .toe
Wright 17-year-old son of Mr anil
Mrs. F.d Wright whose death oc j which wns sold at a sheriff's sale
curred at n Tulsa hospital at an lt week
enily hour Raturday morn.ng. l'll.L!?Bvl;i.rfMr MnlT'&Sli!
bearers wero i hoseli from among uVntf .t of luxby died nt the
tho young man's former classmates I family home Hundny nflor n brief
of thn MbTrty m hnnl Interment Illness nnd mih Inn led Monday aft-
wns mndo nt the ltlxhy tcmetury. ornooii nt tlu White church ceme-
lt A. O'llnra bought tho stock tcrv. Hev r M Jeffrey condin-t-of
goods of the old Uimllty store Ihr- the runeial services '
THE BEST PLACE IN TOWN
No doubt you are one of the thousands
of Tulsans who each day look for another
place to eat and never find just the right
kind of food nor the right atmosphere in
which to enjoy your food.
Every day we have some one say that we
have the best place to eat in town. The
food is just right and the atmosphere
is that of good fellowship.
Our foods are not just cooked they are
'prepared and seasoned to satisfy the de-
sire of the most particular person.
You can line up at ihe bar with your
foot on the "old brass rail" or you
can be served at a table in a quiet
313 South Boulder
. Two Doors North of World Office
Walrusson Imvo unmet Hum
so tamed as to follow ni
decks of Arctln sllp.
F.xperlmentH nt tho Vnlvrr
Oregbn showed that one frul
pnlticed Ht femalo offspi'
no males. "
For the Gold
Winter months nrc hero in earnest!
There will be no delightful eve-
nings on tho porch or in the nwing.-
You will have to remain indoors
and road or sow.
But there other things which you may do whichAvill make your' home much mora attractive and
which will furnish you a delightful occupation. '
You may varnish thn linoleum In your kitchen or Infill By dolnit so gnu Mill miiko It cnMcr to I'lrnii llm Mittcrn v. Ill last many jenrrf
longer nnd tho worn MKits Mill bo cllnilimlcd. Wo carry one of tlio moil complrto linen-o( nrnlshcn In the city mill tin! tM.'k)4 nlwilj"
new nnd fresh '
Then you may plan to irjiivcnnto somo of tho old cluilrs nlilcli Innei ualhi'iisl ilust In lho garret for sn long; They rnn ho ninilo Imviii-
tlful Avlih n eont or tmi of rimnicl mlrrnlnn and they nlll niiikii ntiroctltn uddltluns to jour lUIng room You Mill find tho work hotlt
easy and pleasant. Our stock of material for tliU uork offers n wirlcty of shailcn from mIiIcIi to ninbn your selections.
Them am so many things Mhlcli jou rnn do Mlth n hit of Kilnt ruainel gold or hIIut to mnLo tour homo mora oltnietlvc'that It is
lmK)sslblo to tell nlKiut all of them liere. So eomo Into our store nnd let iih lull )ou what )ou run (In to tnakn your homo mora attractive
We're glud to help )ou nud you'll N; siirprlwd nt thu things )ou rnn do ' 1 J
Mirrors New and Rcnilvercd
1AUUU Kolls Mnr lVrrlcn Wall rnicr nlll nlo for Hprliijr wunplo honk linn 3!an li 1. ; I
Killmer Paint & Glass Co.
YOUR W.ALL PAPER PAINT AND GLASS MAN
PHONE OSAGE 407-6509
212 SOUTH BOULDER
Seven New Modern
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE ON BOULDER. STREET
FOR RENT OR LEASE
These seven ideally located storerooms are now nearing com-
pletion and can be made ready for occupancy very rapidly.
They are excellently constructed being absolutely fireproof;
; . have floor space of 19x70 with individual rear entrance on
This is a wonderful opportunity for some live firms to get
' ; w a prime location on this fast growing street and get away
4 from the high rent district.
! T?otiiQ nyo ovrontinnnlhi Intn nnrl nnnrl timo Inn en rnn hn . -s:af;':A
obtained by responsible parties. y "
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For further information see or write
E. H. YOUNG
Densmore Hotel Cedar 4910
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