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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 11 April 1913

N1. ' "w '.' THI TULSA STAR Vol. 1, No. 21 SUCCESSOR TO THE toUSKOGEd STAR TULSA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1013 Subscription $1 00 Per Year TAKES SHOT AT GGYERNOR Cyclone Sm h Assails Chief lixuutive For Abusing Veto Power. desire us to remain witli voti kindly EIVPUS MIMIC SlllUltllilll PVItlPlire of your iippieiintbn. Of court w! nri' mil adverted tti i.iie Com pliments I'll1 1)111 VC IPf'l soll.l' thiiip more tn uriM"rfiill operate (iur bu-oness W 'In tint- graci ously greet he i-itizenliip im TwUi Hiiil ciinmil niirplvps lit vmit tender eiire IMitnr. In n bump g sprach '.11 the houi- nf R-pre-L-n'-i'iv l-mi ?i.it.y Rep H II .-smith of SUnwnfctfmt ,, t'eU. ,. Ui,i'ls unuer uiitiive in DSwtmtoiv ': lanjiimgt T.eliarootBntkul the ge itlumun f i o ii fOTOtri mic fiiuntrv. fiil..lpl nwv tin- utifulrni'i' nf tin- limipiit liurii uoik'iiit lolk i.f thi slate bv mutniniiie a ful-el posit lo . Ann 1 am sick, nun tin1" nf his hvpo.-ntiral -ri t ial m nf our fit tines in pr HiKinu luiue...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 11 April 1913

THE TULSA STAR Printing nnd Publishing Co. Published HviTy I-'rtday at i01 North Greenwood Stiuut. Kntt-'icd as .second class mail mallet .it Tulsa, Oklahoma. A .1. MM I 1 II HUMAN I M AM Al I'. We re Tery much plc-nvd ullli funs cxkiiucii us mill vu .lie gmli Tin icpm li'i-N of Hit' 1 1 1 1 1 p.iperN who in their ri I i n-i irfcr Id Hie l .ihl l nil lis "l.inlc rilui an i.in'-s vvll" tin- ciilircil niiIimi il,ri. o ( iiii. I "li ilir ni-ll Mr. in liuo Mriiitimi prist ami it Ih HBV I 1 1 isBlllllw i 1 1 IIBBBbY orfn i iuili (lie ministers of this Ai) in tin' free me uf thee columns in .iiiiinuiiciiig (heir church set vices mill vvr ho ,.;ich p.is liii' here uill iiMiil li 1 1 u --t I f of tins iiini'liinity In gel in touch with tin' people. Thoic is n grenl c.cifcnionl now nir iln i'iiiilal iiisiiuii ami Minif lull: uf trying In lot-nto llir cupilid of Oklahoma al TiiIkii. There in in iiii'Mliini iluit TiiIkii uiiiIiI jjol lln piic if iIii gel tin. g.imc Tin il hill Hide is a gienl ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 11 April 1913

tt r- Greater Tulsa Gre BARGIN HOUS The Reliable Department Store &a52s&zzG.vzsssw,sr&iK rm TrTO.vyvrrMsixwiizmw&- v.iv atest m ..rv The more yon k Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Slippers, Pumps Oxford, High and Lew hots. Shoes for everybody are found rer ; for Father,' Mother, Sister and Brother and the Baby too. Grand Sale begins tomorrow rind last for 15 days 500 Ladies Skirts & Waist ;ll Sizes, Stylos Ami eolnr. at ('! -tb Reduced Prices I.ciim K' i mi ii m" ot, ID-up, Aprons Kiniminr, I'mlcrurnr, Presses, Scorpn. Tuble i-li-ili. Oil c'ntli Hmiiikcriliiefc, Linen laces. II ur lie s. Gloo, Corset rovers, bailie vets. Gingham napkins. I'uweli, Huttoti", EmbrniilrriiM, Bed .-picaiU m "in' Ladies Wnisi 7,r)() t'orsot oenrin. 11 ur lie s. iiioo', Corset rovers, l.ailiei veils. ( i nil hiim nnn tart twrvtltini' muni hi sold. Clinu nnr v. (iiiu fifinn l,m. n. ..:.. : ........... .1. .!!.. U'..,,. ,,...;. r.... " -.- r. --. , .,..,, ........, .'.....,jtit, , j..l;,ll,lj...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 11 April 1913

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Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 18 April 1913

i I V I. V ol 1 , No. 25 Stole of Oklahoma Encouraging crime Among colored Youihs. Youthful white criminals are sent to reform school while the same class of Colored offenders are turned loose because State has failed to provide for them. Will Legislatue Act? Will the ctimuial colored youth c' oM.il i.i inutiuue tu ruu wild mil i.uuMiit niid the resiectiiblc li'iiiU ill tin' statu left unpttitcct imI iniiii this i.ipidly incivasin i lass ol i-iiioiis ur will tho state thiiiugh I In1 present session of the leitislatuif uiiiik'ii(lviiiutt! means tin the imii h needed coirection of this ilass and iiiileetioii to the eriier.il public by establishing a relium school for the delilllieiit mimed i ) 1 1 1 1 1 '.' This is tlie question the colored people lluimglumt the .slate are must iiitfiesitMl in at this time iitul Is a ttit'stiim uhiih shoiilil be of (Miinl mteii'st to all law abiding white i i I or this i eat com iimuweiilth. The xtnto of Okln hoin.i h.is no law which provides for the ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 18 April 1913

THE TULSA STAR Printing and Publishing C o Published livciy I'riday at i North Greenwood Street. P.nteied as second class mail inattor at Tulsa, Oklahoma. A. J. SMI Ilfli.HMA.N it. it. w'aij,a( i'.. lil'lloll III NI.MAI. Mrji in ini..mh Man lCnttred I'm nt 1'ulsh, Okln , assecond-class mutter. HUlMURimoN ItATItH Uno yor Sii .Month Tkrcu Mouth st.on .60 ,:io II mo (u huIjscuiivU lur Hi Mur? -o- Guvernor dun- wmi still iu the Middle hi lust rejiorta. .n,)liow I lie guiubitis hove ninety days at leant In wind lli their business. " 0" If J mi want work or wuut work doue, ndwrllso in the Htnr uud win wilt get results. - o A U'oiiiiiu'h f.ici- in tin ciieu book, Out the trundle with moat men is lliov irv tu read lun mucii between the lines. l'lwtso do not ml I liia )Miier aside before looking over our ad uirilsltig columns. ou are sure to mid jmrt what you wont there. -u ' The fiuul outciimv ii the charges against Hie UkUliuiuu senator (Iijniii(1s lliNin whoso u.v ik living liou-d U ' ' '...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 18 April 1913

V Greater Tulsa Greatest BARGIN HOUSE The Reliable Department Store Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Slippers, Pumps Oxford, High and Low Fhoes, Shoes for everybody are found here; for Father, Mother, Sister and Brother and the Baby too. Grand Sale begins tomorrow and last for 15 days 500 Ladies Skirts & Waists all Sizts, Styles And colors at Greatly Reduced Prices 500 Ladies Waisis 49C Long Kimonas. 49C 750 Corsets -19c up, Aprons, Kimono?, Underwear, Burses, Srorps, Table cloth. Oil cloth. Handkerchief?, Linen laces, Seorps, Hair nets, Gloves, Corset covers, Ladies vets, Gingham napkins, Towels, Buttons, Embroideries, Bed spreads in fact everything must bo sold; Come ear y, Come often, Comu again, it means dollars to you. W. p-y train faro to out of town costumeri; save your money and buy your goods of KAIIN'S. It means on every dollur you save 25c. He Caielulso you get in the right store us others will tell you there plaru is Kahu's butdoi't stop until you come to KAIIN'S Tllli. B...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 18 April 1913

McGregory's 'Grocery Store AND HOTKL GOOD GROCERIES AT CASH PRICES. FINE ROOMS AND FULL MEALS Phone Black 1496 126 North Greenwood Ave. THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER and MARX clothes best in the world. EXQUISIET Patterns, Vaues Guaranteed, 8 to $30.00. StyJeplus $17 The Suit No more, No less. Guaranteed pure Itoools, hand tailored. E RL & WILSON Shirts and Collars Shirts M.00 to $3.00 Collars 2 for 25 cents. Superior Union Suits always fit a man lways. No shirts to roll up, no drawers to sag down. Hill's Ttry Goods Sior no GREENWOOD AVENUE. All Winter Goods on Market at One-Fourth off. Must Make Room for Spring Goods. The Williams Grocery And Meat Market See Williams for Rood things to eat aud then soma. We pay highest prices for Country Produce We meet all competition Corner Brady and Elgin Avenue F. G. WILLIAMS, Prop. The Wells Garment Factory PLAIN AND FANCY WORK DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. HAIR WORK A SPECIALTY 613 East Archer Street. Mrs. Frenchie Smith Ice Cream Parlor and Confecti...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 25 April 1913

N fits, 1 S ' f t. :i Vol. 1, No. 26 fish university Faces &KT .LUL s crises, Noted Institution in danger of loping vast sum. A call for help. Fihk Uuhersitj, tho must noted Negro institution for higher eiluc.i tiun, is facing tt nerious crisis in its. attempt to rjibo un endowment fund. The institution was offeied fliu.uuO more than two e.us ago by the General Education Uouid, ou condition that it raise $:M0,ul)u in ndltion, for liquidation of ac cumulated indebtedness of about fjO.OUO, for the lepjiriuguud refit tiug buildings, for the installation of a heating und lighting plant, and for endowment. An amount of 380,t)00 was to bu raised, two two-thirds of which to go lor en dowment. The institution has run nil these years, almost eutirelj through the support, fiom jeur to year, of white friends iiflhe north. About two bundled of these friends have contributed towaid the present endowment effort, but the total amount given leaes $101, 000 yet to be raised. The time limft of th...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 25 April 1913

THE TULSA STAR Printingnnd Publishin g C Published Every Friday at 501 North Greenwood Street. Entciod as second class mail matter at Tulsa, Oklahoma. -A.. J. HMITJIICIIMAN ,jL II. M. WaLLAOK, Kill IUII .V OIlNJlHAI, M011I HlJHINliXH Mll J-ntcred Pout Officii nt l'ulsn, Okln , 113 bucond-ckssmidl mutter. suiiacuinio.s katiu Obo year Six Munlii Tliroo Month $1.00 .80 .35 Have ou nuljsciilH.il Tor the .Sl.ir o- If 31111 don't think Tiilh.i Ih :i live vvuo Ulk In uur bulncis uieu. 'J lie next tliliii; in oulcr now in .1 pl.iKiound for the loloicd children of 'J'iiIh.i. 0 If oii mint vvoik or w.uit vvoik done, udvrrtiHu in lliu Blur and jou will get icsiiIIh. o Dear re.ider ic mid our help. Help 111 to ht'lp ou. Hub scriptlun f 1.00 jcr c.ir. Tlio Midway Park ox.iicil for Hie mmkoii Mond.iy niglit with a big croud of iiicrrjiu.ikcra in iitlcmliiiRe. o Tim friendly ichitioiiHliip existing Itetwccu the white and colored )ieoplc of TiiImi is ImiIIi edif.ving mid i;i.itiO iJK- '''he bent pe...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 25 April 1913

SO EJ 1 g 3 1 K d 1 1 fa is Greater Tulsa Greatest BARG1N HOUSE The Reliable Department Store 4 'fh The more you Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Slippers, Pumps Oxford, High and Low Shoes, Shoes for everybody are ound Aere; I for Father, Mother, Sister and Brother and the Baby too. Grand Sale begins tomorrow and last for IS days i 500 Ladies Skirts & Waists all Sizes, Styles And colors at Greatly Reduced Prices 500 Ladies Waists 19C Long Kimonns. 19C 750 Corsetb 49c up, Aprons, Kimonas, Underwear, Presses, Scorps, Table cloth. Oil cloth, Handkerchief, Linen laces, Scorps, Hair nets, Gloves, Corset covers, Ladies vcjts, Gingham napkins, Towels, Buttons, Embroideries, Bed spreads in fact everything must bo sold; Como eariy, Come often, Cotno again, it means dollars to you. We pay train faro toout of town cos turners; save your money and buy your goods of KAHN'S. It means on every dollar you save 25e. lie Cartful so you get in the right store as others will tell you thtre place is Kahn...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 25 April 1913

V r Okmulgee News Welcomo to tho "Tim S'ar" Okm ulgoo is with yon, Ioiir live tlio "Star" .Mm I) J. Wiillvo h a a gona to Hot Springs rk to enjoy tliu invigorating waters and rcit up for a while. Hov Jones of Utitlirio pcrfurined tho marriage ccrmoiiy fur Mr. I!r rill McGco of HoggsOkU ami Mcs Sylvia Low is of Okim.Jt' at the homu of the brido, on Sunday, it was a pretty littlo In mo wedding tho co'jplu has tho bent wirhci o f their friends. A very interesting program wan was enjoyed at the Forum on lust Sunday at Dunbar School. The lion. A. L, ,J. Morriweatho of lloyntcn and Judgo .1. A. I'ulle way ofOkmulgeo hns joined their iaw inlercstRaiid togotlu-r w ill form ono strong firm. Thu Dunbar Kncultv nmimpnni eil tho bacsc-bnll boys to TiiNw to play a match game with llu Tulsa team of l'rof. Iltighos's school, The boys of Okmulgee failed tr. bring homu thu bacon; but noviutlieloss thoy gave tho TuNites a good time. Watch tho game whin ilirycinuc toOkmulgeo. Tho teachers all re port ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 9 May 1913

TAR rv SUCCESSOR TOTHE MUSKOGEE STAR Vol. 1, No. 28 TULSA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1913 Subscription $1.00 Por Year THi ill mr M I 111 rk Mm 1 F HHI er n COLORED MAN WINS MAJ. R.R. JACKSON GOES TO THE ILLINOIS LEGILATURE WHEN VOTES ARE RECOUNTED Chicago III. May 5 T h e c'uiions of Chicajrorcjoico this week over the election of Major R. It. Jackson as a rcprciitivc to the legiulaturo f i om t! e Third Senatorial dLtrict. His election came after a spirited contest wheJcin Maj. Jackson had the cntiro vote recounted at hi.0 own expense. It is estimated that ho spent at least SG00 in this endoavot to secure fair play for the race. Attornoy Albert B. George rcprc rented the Mai. in the recount. lie in the rccuut having indicated no change. Tlir election of Jackson came as asuprto, as William Ostrum, Repub lican, had more vote in the original count than had Jackson. Ostrum instigated the contest. Homo Building Fever. AnyononMlictrd with thes home build'ng fever will aggravate the dis eas...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 9 May 1913

The Tulsa Star, Friday, May 9, 1913 I Penny Token Left by Will Brings Great and Unexpected Min eral Riches. Dy MILDHED CAROLINE GOOD HI DOE. "And to my Hocond iiliiIiuw, Honalil llliilr, no n romlndor of IiIh romnrkable powers if iniiinury, 1 leavu tho munlll ci'iil Hiini of mm penny As lio linn h'ii lit to Imltiito my iioculliirllli'H In prlvnto, so limy I111 copy my diligence, beginning 11 To 011 0110 eolit cnpltal, which Ih morn tli.m I hud nt tho start, mid making IiIh own way In tliu world." Tlio legatee In (jiifHt loll listened to tlin Blow, measured tonuH of.Uiwyer Jones llkn ono In n drenm. Tho road or of tho lust will mid testament of Jupthnh llliilr. Morn, prnctlcnl mini iim ho was, cast u inoiirnfiil nnd y mprv thetlc look nt tho young mini, llu liked llliilr Immensely, iih did every mill elso In tho town, uiiIobh It wns Hugh Tolfonl, aented nlBo In tlio apartment Ho Hinllud viciously nnd trliimphnntly. Ho una tmfo nshoro whllo Itonnld mih floundering In dnrk wnli-TB Tho ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 9 May 1913

V It V .-?' IsSfc. m -, h vz ?V fc$ f-ja. ' k p? f- v r r v-' f The Tulsa Star, Friday, May g, 1913. ECONOMY IN POTATO OMELET Appetizing Dish the Exclusive Reelpo of a Clever Little French Cook Ragout of Veal. Tho economy of tho potato omolot Is ono of tho devices for moncy-BavIng housekeeping shown In "A Llttlo French Cook; Her Methods and Recipes," published In Harper's Daiar. for days when company must bo espe cially regarded, eho mado a potato omelet, which reconciled you to tho conditions. Sho mashed ten small cold potatoes. Sho then fried brown In butter two shopped clboules (which aro shallots, but any small, dellcato onion would do), with n pleco of chopped parsley, and ndded tho pota toes. She then beat together well four RBs, and ndded them lightly to tho potatoes. Of this mlxturo bIio mado an omolot In tbo usual way; and when dono put It on a dish and eet It In tho oven a few minutes to rise. Thcro Is no moro economical dish for n well-fed family thnn a good ragout. Cccll...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 9 May 1913

TPJTff t THE TULSA STAR Printingand Publishing CO, Published Every Friday at 501 North Greenwood Street. DiIituiI tin ni'coml oI.ihh matter April It. IW13, at tho l'ost OJTIco at TuUa OLUlimim, under tlio Act of .March ::, 18711. A. J MAU I lllfilt.MAIs II At W'AUUUll. SUiiSUUIl'TIO.N' HATK.S Ono )or HI I Moil til Itirvtf Munlli If jou don't think 'Julsa is a live wire talk to our buiucas men o The editois' meeting at P.arlle.sville will ge hot sluif, thej saj. Clean ti jour place before the sanitnij offices make jou. o Hie next thing ill older nov is a plnjgioiind lor the mimed fliildicii oi lulsu. o If jou want work or want work done, advertise in the .Star and juu will get results. . o Wear leader we need jour help. Help us to help jou. Sub seription f 1.00 iter jear. To iiiHiiie publication, all news nialler should reach this office not later than Wednesday. 'Iho htur is lor a liellcr and greater Tulsa. Uu aie huie to M.ij and will do our part lo ni.iko this a heller place to li...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 9 May 1913

' -' l .. ,. I L w t Greater Tulsa Greatest BARGIN HOUSE The Reliable Department Store Dont Miss This Opportunity At KAHN'S IS East First Street Grand Sale will begin Saturday Morning $75000 00 worth of Merchandise will be closed out at less than cost KAHN'S The Hip First Street Store The Old Stand. 500 Ladies Waisis wc Long Kimonas. 760 Corsetb 49c up, Aprons Kimonos, Underwear, Dmses, Scorps, Table cloth. Oil cloth, Handkerchief?, Linen laces, Scorps, Hair nets, Gloves, Corset covers, Ladies vets, Gingham napkins, Toucta, Buttons, Embroideries, Hod spreads in fact everything must be sold; Come ear y, Come often, Como again, it means dollnrs to you. We pay train fnro to out of town costumers; save your money and buy your gci.ds of KAHN'S. It means on every dollar you save 25c. Ho Caielulso you get in the right store as others will tell you there place is Kahn's but doi't stop until you como to KAHN'S THE BIG STORE. Boys' sults "ny style you want at 1-2 price 500 Boys' Suits, 5uc, 2...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 9 May 1913

v l S- THE TULSA STAR. A. J.SMITIIEKMAN, Pub. TULSA. - - OKLAHOMA DOGS TOLD THEIR FRIENDS Canlna Sagacity Demonstrated In Re markable Way During a Georgia Cold "Spell." Tlio fnct that dogs linvo n way of communlrntiug tinnn to ono another wns demonstrated In n very singular nml amusing fashion In n certain (11b Irlct In south (leorgln, whom as )ct lit tlo provision Is tnmln for tlin comfort of domestic niiliniilH, rnyB Harper's Weekly. Ono hitter night, Hitch ns "cold np" frequently bring to that lo cality, n (icorKlnn heard nt liln front floor tlio tinmlstitkiiblo rouiiiIh of scratching nml whining. Ho found upon opening llio door, two of IiIh neighborhood friends, n pug nml n lit tlo terrier, asking for ndnilssloii In tlio fnco of thn cruel cold It nn giauted tliein, nn,, tliey worn mnilo welcomo to Bhnro tlio comfortable quarters of tlio two household dogs, In tin morning tliey took their lenvo; lint grent unit tlio astonishment of tlio Cleorglnn to seo Uiem return tlio fol lowin...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 9 May 1913

The Tulsa Star, Friday, May g, 1913. u O BACK YARD FARMER Interesting Pointers on Garden ing for the City Man or Suburbanite. WHAT TO PLANT AND WHEN Advice by an Expert on Agricultural Matters Window Doxea and Hang ing Baiketa Eradicating Weedi Beautifying the Yard. By PROF. JOHN WILLARD BOLTE. A comparatively email number of tho pcoplo la our largo cltlos havo tho ground avnllablo for a vcgetablo gardea. A much larger number liavo Bomo llttlo plot that will ralao flow era, but tho Hat dweller has nothing of tho kind. This dooa not indicate that flat dwellors may not have flowers lu summer, howovor, as they can always havo thorn In window boxes and fre quently in porch boxes and hanging baskets. Flowers of many kinds and hues will grow to, fullest perfection In boxes of varloua kinds and all they need Is sunshine and a llttlo caroful attention. Thoy constltuto tho chief Joy of tho summer season and no ono should bo without them from May until frost tlmo. Almost any sort of a box wil...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 9 May 1913

I I s Church Directory Wesley Chapel M. E. Church Or r.iiilmi ini'l Trail k fori HI. 8illiil.iV Servient Kimd.iy Hchotil ul II..1U A. M. Pruai'liiiitfat 11:00 A. M. Junior LciiKili' "SO P.M. I'rcacliliitf 8:0 '''Al Alond.iy niKlitOlTinl.il Hoard Tuesday at 11:30 1'. M. Ladle SjwIiii; Circle,. Woiliiiitiliiy nlijlit, Homo Allusion Thursday ninlit, Pr.tyur it OlahH .Mcotliitf. It v. T. I. .Iiixm, l. 0. hi! Slur Clci.hinjj I'.rlnr- t'.e i t" (-'- -rf-- lit ami il' guutn.itrc satisfaction in j . ' i . - ""' ' Wo have CO patterns - T l -" lor j rr. n'.cui- suit v hich cannot bo boat in tho city. ' ': ! ... - : rtr.f !'.'"" We have tlm l.cst Dry dunning process in iho c.t . V. t ci fur -.id deliver. Rodger-s 8 Pyrtle ' Phone S15. 21 X. Boston JNOTAUV PUIILIC IMBKT II A PTIST 01IUR0II Sunday Services, PrracliliiR ovury biiml.iy 11:00 n. m unit H:0U i. in. KuiMlwy Hcliiml l)::!0 II. Y. 1' U. at 11.00 . Hi. weTlv Service Olmir ir.iM ii'ii uaoh Tuowlay nlht. Pr.iyor mi'i'tiiifc every Wed. nig...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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