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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 16 March 1918

7 v t "ASquare Deal for All" M. J. McNulty, Jr., for Commissioner No. 2 i JH E T OCR TEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE 3DBaCRIPTlw LIST MACES A J, VAJ.CAALX Maiw roR ADTCRTUOM J ,. prz iv U LSiOT VOL. o Shouting: ricDuff ie Denounces The Star! Man is Not Know n in New York I'lou Scrvnnt of III- Satanic Majeslv 'ctn n I'm Folloiiliig In Tulsa, Although Ho A"" Tint Our Best Women Aro J's.- -... Denounces The Star ns n Dirt) Mict mid Advises Audlenrrs .Not l Head It "Hut Take It to Hip Toilet," Hiijm Would-be Noted Divine to Congregation of Men, . Women, (ilrli mid Bo) Because The htnr I'lihllsheil the I 'net Tluit Ho Was Arrested Hut Said N'otli lug of Dull) lilto Papers for Same Somowhcro In tlio Holy Hook It l recorded that Christ told tho people "Bow aro of falso prophets" and vvarncd them that many would conic to them In Ills name Ho doubtless had in mind such men as S Douglas McDutfle, tho remarkeblo man nvangollst who Is now closliiK a two weeks revival at tho A. M K. churc...

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. — 16 March 1918

5r fBI TULSA STAR UJ t. I THE) TUJLSA STAR tinted weekly by the Tulsa Star Printing and Publishing Co. at 111 N. Ureenwood. A. J. Smltherman, Cdltor and Publisher, llitrrj It. tualiam, Annuel. to Kdltor 1 their senses, otir critics will no doubt think differently of the Star anJ Willi commend us for doing our plain dut) This was tho suspicion of many of the intelligent people of Tula nftor hearing him Sunday night, but they resened their opinion until the conduct of the man further confirmed it They looked with disdain upon his frantic critics, his jumping, shouting, snorting, crawling, etc., ns they did also his unheard-of policy of driving people from the church becauie they did not choose to go to the "mourner's bench," but they tolerated it all. They esen swallowed his bitter charge that the best women in Tulsa society were whores or women of very questionable character. None but an ignorant, unsophisti cated fool would make such charge. Of course, there may be some women in Tul...

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. — 16 March 1918

y THK TULSA STAB The Popular Price Store CHILDREN'S WHITE DRESSES SPECIALLY PRICED Embroidered and lace trimmed; pood range slzes-$l values, today nt 79c; $1.60 value .today at 98c; $2.50 value, today at $1.79 JAVANESE KIMONOS Specially priccd-$C50 values, choice $.45; $7.00 values, choice $5.95 FASHION'S LATEST DECREE IN MILLINERY Are always first shown in our millinery section, a fact that is known 0 all who wish to be in the forefront of style, and you need not pay the extortionate prices for so-called ''exclusivcnoss" rrice'' 5' . $10, $12.50, $10.60, $17.50, $20 ami up VISIT OUR CORSET DEPARTMENT One lot of C. B. Corsets, all sizes; regular $2.50 values $2.00 One lot of Mile. Grace Corsets, made of fine coutil and mercerized silk finish; in shades of pink and all white in nl sizes; reguar $0.95 colors, plaids and stripes. Prices ranging from $3.95 to $24.83 WOMEN'S COWNS. One lot gowns made of India Linen, embroidered and lace trimmed. Our $2 values, at .jjj Our $2.50 values at...

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. — 16 March 1918

!r f, W llut Inns win Mr ! . r.il , j-r p ii i! ' l ' , ihn ' I I u llll Mri (rt . i li .me after lirxnilirijr ' rul i) . it up, in Texas. I hi 8 M I .1 i rilit-H had a very '' ft. i i- on Tuesday. At- 1 l.itu'e ' Mri .1 v K r.. .mII leave next I fo I tt .r'h, Texan, on it t I)k 0 M '!" (iklahumu will i to i nk See them at It- itnlar I Mr A'" Vwlirk is no longer a i' hi lor. II' t.xik unto hiMMlf 1 ri I. Iu ..! 'Ihe S a . -'.ii-N i onirratulation ' all th ii.l, ei" of recent l.ltl N Mm Wctjih' li- in the city last ' I Milting her mother, Mr. M. A. V r t'ht. Sunilay was a treat day (or Wesley ti.pi I Total collection for the day J7I Mr and Mri. McDonnald of Kansai f ' . lire here for a ahort tay. The II. Y. ! U. wai well attended Sun. lay. Collection WOO. S. 8. col li' lion $16. Mr J. II. 8mi thermal) wan out of (own on fraternal business last week. Itev Ailkina, who has been the tcumt of Itev 0. It. Tucker for two wel:. dip.trteil Tuesday for Ida lintne. Si House, who has been on th...

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. — 23 March 1918

f Vole the Democratic Ticket Against Segregation and Discrimination! FEARLESS EXPONENT OP niGHT AND JUSTICE VnMtrfMIM )'"tc VOfr. (5 Big Spri 8TAH 4 ... OMltKI) WOMIA IU, I'AKK AfTIVK IMUT IN UK. PlYlVK WR IIOMt: ( II mm School fhllilmi U III Mil Tug wl Hi-it- nt llomr. lor Saturday. March snili will hi- Tig Day In Tulvi atut every able mnn worn ii iinil chllil should Iip tagged liy some one on that iluy Pat'lotlc mnn, women and thllilrep are called upon to Join In and halp m ikn that day a memorable one In the history of Tulsa Tulsa nan been il'ed upon repeatedly to give money for differ ent phnses of war relief and we have all ropondod liberally The Liberty Ixnins. tho Ha by Bonds and the War Saving Stamps each have been sup ported by good Tulsan When we wore appealed to to glvo our money for the roliaf or the women and chil dren of Belgium wo responded with our inual lther.illty because we were wllllig to share our pio perity with the i ufferlng humanity of wnr-ridden Bun pe. Bui...

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. — 23 March 1918

THE TULSA STAR II J J : 'il'LSA STAR kiy by tha Tulsa Star Printing anj Publishing Co. at 115 N. OrstnwoocJ. an i iiiter and Publisher. AitwHiUlu IMllof Itubserlptlon Rates Dy Mill ( jr M 11 J1.S0 .. 1X0 .. .60 tr-.tr.i .i. second c mall matter at ths Tulsa, Okla., pott office. atnnd your lies much longer Tho Rood shepherd !. near Oh tho hIiqimc and confusion that nil) soon nncr your fuies fur propiiRHtliiR tlm blasphemous tlortrlnu of lUt-rnnl TorniBlit. when our whole cmiKiegn tion come to know tho justli-o it Uod and t lint tho IIIMh iIoi-h nut ttiji'li this Mod-illalionorlnK. Inve-i'x- tliiKtilHlilnai. Irntli-lim'lmiillm- nim. ''' himlurinpt. xlniir-IiurlMiliiK. ilituui nlilp hre-niv of Htiriial Torment (I'm. 2.1) iticiiAiti) j mi. i. Phone :iir,!i-.. I M, III i. i.i; i i Ml. I in i l I ill i i: I .il hi ili Ml f 'i. Iiu i in I I I in I! Saturday, March lilt and du your duty. I damned he he who first cries 'hold, enatiffie'. - o- the famous Tenth precinct will acquit them- hi ne...

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. — 23 March 1918

T II S TULSA STAR Tm " ' "" iuit The Popular Price Store NEW COATS FOK SPRING Soft, lightweight velours, bo'ivins and traberdines ore the leadine coat smart coat. It Hares and is very full from the belt Shoulders are PricX- C m 8,W' VCr C0,l,,r, of Te "k "re "mart $18.75 $2.2.50 $27.50 $30 value at $10 vnluo at $12 value at -"---IIIIIIII" SILK DKCSSBS SPECIALLY PRICED ZlnrW.WKnd I ""' CrePe le Chlne! CO,0r' gray' "" $22.50 vn.ue; sule price $80 00 value; sale price $,'15.(10 value; sale price WOMEN'S SI'IMNC SUITS It will pay you to nee these Priced special at 17.50, $22 60 ami $2 1 8r. NEW sprixc; .MILLINERY lieconiinir shape in irreiit varictv, including the short hack poke no popular in 'arm thi soinon and the mushroom sailor favored l many smartly dressed women purp'e, gray, sand, brown and taupe ho Attractive you will want more than one; so reasonable tliBt despite wartime economy you (an easily afford several. New olle drab hats Nov poke hats to (to with bustle frocks. New hat...

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. — 23 March 1918

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Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 30 March 1918

I 'Vote the Democratic Ticket Against Segregation and Discrimination! , re A it l tins CXl'ONKHr or Hiatrr AND justici: VmmwmmmmhM " . v ; ' -' r ocn UT HASLS A VAXOAAv; MEDIUM TOR AVtRnS ,N Dili. vol.. c Democratic Landslide is Now Conceeded! 11.111 mi loot III Make liolc.ile i. I I'M of I ItloM'll oti'ls. iicir.iici ii- orri'i itt'it.uiN rm illegal V lei or hit iiihlutois ol olcr , That the republican bunch Ib !--tpemie ami urv .Milling to stoop to almost any kind of mean trick to escape the defeat they are sure to meet at the polls Tuesday Is further evidenced liy the avowed Intention of the iiolice department to arrest col ored men Indiscriminately Monday night and Tuesday in an effort to slop the democratic landslide In the I nth precinct Six special offieern Lave been hired for this game at the rule of $1 00 per day The democratic- committee and every colored citizen allied with the democrats de sire a clean honest election and will give every aid possible to prevent fraudulen...

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. — 30 March 1918

THI TULSA STAR X1 THE TULSA STAR Jntcd weekly by ths Tulsa Star Printing and Pubtlohlng Co. at 118 N. Ureenwood. A SKETCH or TIIE DEVIJfn PLAN' w hlch tho llttlo flook hns been run OP COD. n ng during this Gospel Ago " Man has not boon satisfied to work Lone bctoro Ood said L"t thora , ac-ordlse to God's plans Ood did bo light" and boforo man -ras eraatod . cot pian tj,0 ccnTorsIon cf tha world A. J, Omltherman, Editor and Publisher, llarr) It. Uisliam, Aooutu Edlluf One Year Blx Manth Three Monthe Uubtcrlptlon Rate Oy Mall 1160 1X0 .60 tntered'ae'econd cTanmall matter at the Tulsa, OkU, post office. MONT I-AIL to strike n blow against segiugation on Tuesday. Its your duty. ii -pill: BLACK llltlCADi; of the famous Tenth precinct will acquit them selves nobly April 2nd o THANK OOD! the day ii now at hand when black men have beain to io the wisdom of iiolitical diversification and at the same time are opening their eyea to the light of true democracy. u TUB HHl'UIII.ICANS have atartei...

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. — 30 March 1918

THI TULSA BTAK The Truth About flcDuff ie WELLS' LUNCH ROOM No. 2. - ... -vrvv" "RACE'S GREATEST EVVNGELTST" (?)l was FomiLiyr: hotel waiter ! AND TB ' IN PORTER FB LIVED SIX MILES I. CO, ..TRY FROM OC.U.A. FLuTUI) . WIIKHH III-: WAS IJOItN STARTED l'RK.UIHM; 'IIIKEE YEARS AGO AS A STREET EYANCEUST Man Who nunr tu Tiil-a nml Ia-U ppr for having done an We offer Willi ill); wild Is a rimi'ii minister. Kiin-a- Minister Who Was Hutu In Sumo Timn as McDuffie Tell, nf Ills Dupllclt). .Scime ears ngo a strange man limit till appearance among the peo 111" of Oklahoma and by means of st-jnge chlmlncnl talus of the won derful blessings awaiting colored oile who would only go with him to tnjoy It This man wns "Chlof Sum." ii ninn who exorcised a peon ll..r Influeni'e ovur groat masses of our peoplo. So much ho that lie t'crilil. would and did toll all Kinds of Hog nliout tilt? kingdom In (lold C'oa 1 Afrltu mor which ho presided and in my of our people, some of them vcll-to-do and apparently ...

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. — 30 March 1918

r s THE 1UI.SA STAh ZHiX.'mn''i'J'NiiiniiisuituxirKZBtxhiBmtti i'i i'i'i ritru v ,i uKsuklv&JKr umli..joi .. -w .. j j, : r sr-wr'j) uwj. yt . wrt mf h i -- - VOTE THE ATIC TICKET mm STRAIGHT Don't Try to Scratch It! When you go to the polls Tuesday just before you go into the booth to exercise your franchise, think once more of the nefarious Segregation Ordinance Passed by the REPUBLICAN ADMINISTRATION soon after going into office two years ago and of other insults and injuries heaped upon your race by the present administration, then with venence and determination anew VOTE LIKE MEN! For the Democratic Ticket You owe it to yourself, to your family, to your race. Strike the blow NOW! I n

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. — 6 April 1918

y-A- - The Boys in The Trenches" Played Well Their rt Last Tuesday v Vf "' ? .V '''-,' " '' I . OCR SUBSCRIPT) LIST MACCS A , T TEARLESS? EXPONEMT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE VALUAOLS HCDtOM TOR ADVERTISlMa U v - f f M lv r.'"1 - y ip i: VOU ( Democracy Triumphs Over Aristocracy! Republican Propaganda of Segrega tion And Other Discrimination at End in Tulsa A CLEAN SET OF HONEST. UI'KICHT, FAIR -MINDED MEN WILL NOW HEAD OUR CITY OITAIUS. Colored People Arc Salitficd With RcaultH of Tuesday's Election and Feel That They Will Get a Squat c Deal in the Future. The o!ce of the people the p'ain, common people spoko out in no mis taknblc terms Tuesday when the re turns from 21 precincts in the city showed the election by nn overw helm ing majority of the entire democratic ticket, closing one of the hottost con tested political fight1! oxer staged in this city. The ote of the people was an emphatic denunciation of the re publican administration which has proven an utter failure, for the past , tw...

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. — 6 April 1918

4 TBI TULSA ITAX Iter TIIIiJ TULSA STAR jrlnttd weakly by the Tulu SUr Printing and Publishing Co. at 11 Ureenwood. . "imxranTja-ii ii mm i i j .1 i ' ' 1 1 m c Buy a Lot in South Haven l,f',!l ,r ,i"iiiF'ai1' w A. J. Smltharman, Editor and Publisher. 1 1 1 r r j- It. rirnlinm. Assoclsto Kdilor On. Yar . Olx Mantha ... Three Monthe Subscription nates Oy Mall 1.M 1X10 .60 Entered as second class mall matter at tha Tulsa, Okla, post office. JUSTJCH UiK DANIKI. JiiHtii'c Lee Daniel proved himself u mil liberal minded (luniocriil Tuesday, wliun lie went to the front in dcinaiuliiiK and obtaining tin release of Colmed inun, regardless of tliuir politics, who liiul been wrongfully imprisoned. Lee Daniul is a small man in alattire, but in wide-minijed manly principles In- is as bi as ine oiKtjesi 01 inein. KKASONS WHY First I lealthful location. Second Perfect title. Third Extra fertile soil. Fourth On the Interurban. Fifth Excellent water. The Interurban is now built way beyond South Have...

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. — 6 April 1918

THE TDLJA 5TAX o t h I ' 1 I , Oil ..Id . IE ST. The Popular Price Store Fiirowiiins aizNiMMQt'-uDMoyyvw xo cmmozo NEW SPRING CLOTHES FOR WOMEN. This store is n pipular priced store n store for the AVIJltACtK womnn. Ami these price go to prove it. They are as moderate us prices enn be, nnci still be consistent with irood quality. Velour Coats, $2-1.85. Several Different Sbndcs. Scree, lllnck nnd White Check and Hairline Striie Suit, $21.85. Smart New Nnvy and lllack Serge Dresses, $21.86. Silk Talletn Dresses, KmHroidored, Oorgetle Sleeves, $21.85. Georgette Crepe Wnists, $1.4fi. MEN'S SUITS PRICED SPECIAL $15 value, choice $12.15 $20 value, choice $1U.05 Other Suits priced $22.50 and $27.50 MUSLIN NIGIlTSIIIllTS $1.00 vnluos nt 70c $1.75 value at $1.30 $2.50 value at $1.1)5 Our $2 Outlnic Flannel Nightshirts $1.45 JaV'S DllBSS SIIIIITS $1.00 values at 79c $1.25 values at ....... TKr $1.50 values at $1.15 $2.00 values at $1 - $3.50 values nt $2 G9 MEN'S AND HOYS' STRAW HATS NEW USES...

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. — 6 April 1918

THE TULSA STAR Ir . Jl"."r In the Ranks. mvuouDim V:5 r -A'tu-' . - the Brmers A 1TS1 1 1 -: ki; Qr0k ! KJYw r,v i v v ,,;. eatOolb. m - i Mr- LHIv HurKli v el Mii'-hm;' ' ,. .-.ltmR her HlHl.r and 1....H..T ... l.vv Mr hii.1 Mrs (I U l..wU ' nil Kictur street. Mm. T. II. HSlllolt left on Prltlay morning for Dalian, Tews, where ibe was called on account or very nor lotis llltieii of !.er slater, Miaa Mlllssn l.u kson. Mrs. I81l I. Wood and Mm. A. M (iiit liia opened a flral-claaa dross making parlor at 121 Nortli C.reon wihhI ldle we ilealre your pal rnimge ami aaaure yon satisfaction. Vi will. ti thank nil those who iitiirltnituil egga and money for tho I'KK llllllt. Mr, tluntry. Mra. llualies, .if thu Hay Niiraery Clnli .Mure. 1 1 Unwell lias bean on the nick Hit for two week. ll Is able to l.u up uwilii. Henry Park went to Vlulta Wed nesday. Dr. II. A. Wiiynea Ims returned nflor several day absence rrom the rity. J. II. (inodvvlu whs In Bapulpa on Wednesday. Urn. Lllllu llurkluy,...

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. — 13 April 1918

,' f st NOW is The Time For You to Strike in Defense of Our Own Girls ! M '" V sV 'f "i FEARLESS EXPONENT - OUR SUBSCRIPT LIST MA4C5 A VALUAtU. MEDIUM TOH ADVrRTlSUta Or RIGHT AND JUSTICE " 4 '.- wailHsflf V J- ':..?! w f ' ' . - CTfl: rTTit"I3--: i o r s p & Is la p !9 1 - .,J Hi 1 m U Mr-uk ffl H U B feri S$ s-S- s S, ,, 4 VOL. 0 Slavei Public Laundry Being Operated By School Girls Without y COLORED HIGH SCHOOL Gllll.S COMPELLED TO WASH FOll I "WHITE FOLKS" Or,c A DOZEN MONEY SAID TO HE TURNED OVER TO CITY SCHOOL HOARD Hieh School Pnpili m Hitter Compe tition With Waihernomen White People Seniing Dirty Clothes to Colored High School in Preference to Laundries. What tho domestic science depart ment of the colored high school has been concrted into a public laundry where our girls are compelled to wash and iron for white people at 05 cents per dozen pieces, is an unquestionable fact, bo it said, to the great humilia tion of the race and to the everlasting shame of those who are ...

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. — 13 April 1918

THK TULSA STil Til It) TUJjSA STAR flnted weekly by the Tulsa Star Printing anj Publishing Co. at i 15 N. Greenwood. A. J. Smltherman, Editor and Publisher. Harry It. flialiatn, Amnclata Kdltor Subscription Rates Dy Mall Ona Year . . . -..... 1.60 8U Mantht ... .... .. .. 1.00 Three Month .. .. .W Entered as second class mall matter at tha Tulsa, Okla post office. HATS OFF TO TIIK STAR (IT.. in Tli. Ill.i'k 1 .1- put. 1. ) The Illack Dispatch rt-Jdlifts in the ilmwifall mill ilufoHt of tliu repub lican rlty ticket In thn city of Tulsa, Timsday We duff our lint to IMItor ftmltherman and the Nob, toes of Ttilwi who hnil tha courage In telllBOiico and vision to vote ua they illil It was not no much n (ueatlun. with the Necroes of Tulsa, of voting tor democrat at It was lank of casting out of the tompto a Kant; of pre judicial skunks who called themsvUea republicans, anil ulio, ns soon an they got Into office, uiteil an unconstitutional noKrcKHtlon orillnitncu nml played every other mea...

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. — 13 April 1918

THE TULSA STAR The Popular Price Store Silk Sldrb, $7.45 One lot of Silk Skirts in several of the pre ailing color-s, plaids and stripes. Regular $15 frj jijt value today at tj)ij Uetherbloom Petticoats One $3.00 lot; several colors, rto a r choice at lu.sO One $1.00 lot; several colors rt qj choice at $L,VD Silk Pcllicoals Triced special today in scvoial of the prevailing frA iff colors and styles, $0.50 values tPTt.TfD $7.50 values at .... $.).!." Silk Waists, $1 .49 One lot, a special purchase of Jap Silk Waists, white with colored collars, and a legular ti e $2.50 value at $LAu SHOE SPECIALS TODAY $15.00 values Women's Shoes l 1 R( $12.50 value Women's Shoos rfn or" at thy.ob $8.00 value Women's Shoos (j qj- $1.50 Misses Shoes (o njj $3.00 value Chifd'ien's Shooa " j-a ft ir6Y"s"snoiis" $1.00 value; sale price C0 7C at . gCi.iO $5.00 value, sale price (j o if $2.50 values ( Qf $3.00 values to or at &,6D The latest styles now shown in Women's Queen Qu.ihU Slippers. Priced $5,...

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. — 13 April 1918

THE IULSA STAH raw rl .Mr- V I. ,, .,,( ,1.,,,,,,,,,,, K.iin, -pent .Mi.m.ij ill finpulpu l.-tll- iiauKlitfi, Airs. II. Williama THE KM) im Dr. II. A. Wn ne has returned irmii Hostun, Alum, where he viaited I"' sick mother for about three week. She is much improved. W. A. Kentie and R. K. Stewart j. i iiiiunciit lawyer of Muskogee were in the city this week. I'r. E. D. Morrison passed throuKh i- city enroute to CUremore. V. E. Crawford and Minn Leln .iier were married Wednesday ev iniiiif by Ilev. (.'. R. Tucker at the home of Mill Daiiy (iarlund. Mr. G. W. Ilutchim, who ban been ill n week, ii improving. Dr. A. V. Bryant ha returned from N.iihville, Tenn., where he went some n. ne ago after hli wire, who lias been n h hospital very lick for a lonK nine, bringing hii wife and baby with him. Aim. II. J. U'ation, who has been iil several days ii able to be up urnin. The Light of the City club met Wednesday at 3:30 p. m. and had a M-ry interesting business meeting. Mr Albert Smitherman...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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