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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 20 April 1918

f--n -r - ' The Principles of Democrasy Do Not, Can Not Exist in Mob Rule ! v& nfi in r 7l OUR J SUBSCRirno LIST MAULS A j TEARLESS f EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE VALUACU MEDIUM rOK ADVERTlSUta ( J yr S$ T v v NY v - - - . 11 hh - wmB.i i hs szm 4a I I H I v H K w. -LffiEF " U LA H - K UlK b?i33 mAmCy VOL. 0 Public Tulsa Mothers Fight For r.viuoNs or coi.oiif.i schools meet Ki'ri:iti.vri:.Mi:xT oil v.iuunr.v.n r.ci: to face in IIKIII SCHOOL ltl'II.DING TO ueoistek puotest against iiiiti(i orit (iim.s to no orr sim: washing wiui.i: at SCIIOOI, WITIIOl'T PAY Clly SiiiKTliilcMKlciit Yields to the Dciiiiiiiils nf Determined Mothers to AImiIMi "Outside" Washing Itulf. lUKHXT-TGACIIGItS ASSOCIATION oitows out op "ixdioxa tiox" meeting Mothers Agrc to FiirnMi Sufficient Clothing for Girls to Follow Pre mtIImmI Course of Domestic Science Studies. It was nn indignant and determin ed lot of true race mothers who mot In the Colored high school building Tuesday afternoon for tho purpose of...

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. — 20 April 1918

THI TULSA S T A X THE TUJLSA STAR JnUd weekly by the Tulsa Star Printing anj Publishing Co. at 116 N. Urtenwood. A. J, Smltherman, Editor and Publisher. lUrrj It. Graham, Assoclato IMItor Subscription Mates Dy Mall One Year . . H.80 Six Manthe . .... 1.00 Three Monthe .. 0 Entered ae second class mall matter at the Tulsa, Okla., post office. i '' ANOTHER SCORE KOK DEMOCRACY. rpilK ACTION of the supreme court last eek in sustaining a mandamus ' suit compelling the rim lion hoard of iikfukrf rnunty to give Holey a votlnK preclnrt has met with general approval throughout the Mate It Is not only a victory for the race In Holey hut a derisive score for democracy In Oklahoma. The derision of the state's highest tribunal, prealdod over by democrat, confirming the verdict of the district court, alto democrats, nets at naught the erroneous belief among many of our people that they cnn not get a square deal from democrats There la no questioning the fait that It was wrong to deny ttu people o...

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. — 20 April 1918

T H B T0L1A ST A K The Popular Price Store Serge Dress Special $11.85 In modes for street wear. Very Rood quality The stle range In cludes every mode Dame Fashion has approved (Ml OC for Sprln. $20.00 values, for tpll.OU Women's Cloak Special 17.95 One lot of Spring Coats In nearly all the prevailing colors and a good range of fabric selection. Ucry ono n lato mode. (17 QC CoatB that are worth $30, special at, J 1 1 VD Specials, Men's and Boys' Clothing Men's Suits, $11.1)5 Men's flno Suits, very finely tailored, nil shades; three and four button sacks; regular $20 value; rcn of this M a ah week at 14.35 IIiijh' Suits Now arrivals In serges, blue, gray and brown; also fancy worsteds; K&.?" $6, $7.50, $8.50, $10, $12.50 Mi'ii'n I'liiiaimi Hats Our new line Is now ready and tfj r fr 4 i A PA CT d on display. Priced . . . . JO.DU $4, J4.JU Jpi), ipO SJ;;;;-""18-- 35c'50c'75c,$i.50,$2 Hau. .Sl7 25c, 35c, 49c, 69c Mimi'h Dress Shirts $1.50 values. A-, i r "t Jj)1.15 $3.50 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. — 20 April 1918

ssrpsc?S!! M r,'W V . ' M nv ' , i ran j? Mrn Adam nn I Mniv o' SnntiL'lM I I of her sinter, Mih North I'riinkfort. Kdilh W h H. ' MIm (.riffin Jackson nturned to Iiit home In Sumner, Miss., after isit inn her siitetr, Mrs. Knighten, who, with her ltily son, accompanied her home. te. C. It. Tucker left Wednesday for n two weeks' stay in New York. Mrs. K. V. Thompson of 301 North Kxeter went to Topeka, Kan., to at tend the funeral of her cousin. Mr. Tamiii Young entertained the Ladies' Aid Society, Tuesday Editor Smltherman and family spent .Sunday in Independence, Kan. Attorney It. E. Stewart o' Muskogee was in the city last week Ilev. II. T. Johnson leftt Wednes day for Okmulgee to attend the Pas tors nnd District Stewards' Counsel, which convened Thursday morning at the M. K. church at that place Atty. 0. W. I'. Ilrown and Pr. J. T Tcbbuc of Muskogee stopped at the Star offico Monday. MiM MuImI Adams of Joplin, sister of Mrs. Masie Smith, in in the citty on a visit. Mrs. M. M. Ito...

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. — 27 April 1918

The Race is Not Less Loyal, But More Insistent For Our Rights! , ' m ''ir'i?' tvva. cv TEARLESS f EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE Ltn UUK A J r atci ,' tll.i SN '"V-v II CTA D XI k 1h yHjy .ff"m . inn 4mM m Tmr I c ml m i i VOL. 0 Georgia Citizens Protest to The Citizens Mass McctliiK nl Atlanta Address ()hmi I.ettor of Protrst to President, Congress, Governors anil State Is'glsliitiirfN of I lilted Stlltl'S. The following cop) of an open letter from tho Colored Citizens of Atlanta, Georgia, to President Wil son, rongresB, governors and stato legislature of the United States, protesting against l)nchlug and other discriminations against tho race, was receded liy tho Star thin week The lettet was signed b) P J. llrjnnt, chalrtmtn, and I. II KIiik'. secretary, of tho mass mooting call ed for thn purpose and 110 other prominent citizens: Atlanta, Ga., March 5, 1918 To thu President, tho Cabinet, tho Congress of tho United States, tho Governors and the Legislatures of the Several States o...

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. — 27 April 1918

ass; THE TULSA i T A X SSSS THE TUJ.SA STAR Dcmocrts Organize giKii wMy by th Tulaa SUr Printing and Publlehlofl Co. at 111 N. Qrttnwooa. 'tlTI7K" OIW.IM7.ATIO Wll.l. I UK UKlllMt OMIM-TKTION A. J. tmlUMrman. Editor and Publisher. Harry IL (Irahaaa. 0. YMr . Ill Manthi Thrs Month (ubserlFtlen Ratci By MaH IirtaraC t Mcend clu nan matter at tnt Tirfaa. Okli. pot efflee. W.ue IMitor At a meeting of more than one ) hundred loyal true democrat la th ! 1 J office of Charle T AM In the Rob- iason hulldlnr Wednesday night a ..... 11.&0J Jefferson Clab was ornaniied for t-OO lt.t purpose of add la t strearth to th democratic party IB the city, county stale aad aatlor It wa a v.rj enthusiastic meatiajt Among !h' tpcek.r ere Pat Malta?. Freak Z Corrj' mat Boa. ComaMssloaer .M' DO.ST WAIT for n iipi.iiin r to .'o food -et 'bust and make t j MrNulty. Bohn aad N'e block oppfeitslty MATOR HI Pi'tHV will be lr T ilea S turin -r Moadu ail !l be uors In a our mayer in due tlm 7TL&A WILL OO O...

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. — 27 April 1918

VMM T B L 8 A 11 1 A K The Popular Price Store IiellgUtful mode for women mil nilscs, nivv original and ills ttnctivo Spring coloring authorllntlvo stjles mill eMcllrnco of UllorlnR i!lsllnBiilli the beautiful adaptations now on Men smaui srn.s, srr.NMM; un-rs, cii.ikmim; iiiiinmm, IWSCI.N IINd MMItm, IMtlNst III.OISIN An rniisiiHl Vnn-tj fm S.I.-, lion liisprillm I, Iik,i,, lill.-,l One lot Silk Dreiues, underprlced, nn m choice SQ .R5 $17.95 $22.50 $8.45 $3.45 One lot Silk Crepe, do Chlno mid (!corKette Mouses, $C An nf '" at $3.95 One lot Crepe de Chine and Georgette llluuses, $7 ;,o frr nr- vttlu"a' , ... $5.95 I MUMS' COATS AM) CAI'IIS III Jap Silk. I'liiue, Serge and Albatross Prlcid at II. BO. S2.00, XS....-JU. Wa.l, $-.5. $.1.11. ,I M.r, SII.K WAISTS, 81.111 One lot of Clilim Silk Waists, all fanr trimmed UcKular ?2 25 vuluu Your choice A . " ... $1.49 .MII.I.IMlltV VAI.riN The Vogue. Gage, Kink. Kmpress Hats, with many other patterns. Just received A millinery event from th...

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. — 27 April 1918

3B -r mm&A m ti r i j . '. i cm SUfT M f.e ' .' ' ' ' 3 i h. ih (int. tir jk' ,Mn His 4kllnn Mrs M I. Brooklu of uvmultet. Cr-nd Lecturer of O E 8 was in the city Oils week. .Mies I, M Laflear boa returned from Boynton. where she (pent sev eral day rlsiting relative Mm Owens. Ill North Detroit who was operated on laat week by Doctor Bry Smith la Improving nicely Mr F. Waddell of North Frankfort ba been confined to bis borne with pneumonia for ssrTaral daya He l reported rsuea better Mrs W II W.-'gal la very slrk at bar home on Haskell Mr Wm Hueston waa la Teiaa on buslne He retnrned Thurs day Ned Bandera, who baa boon home on a furlough, departed Wednesday for Camp Grant. Rockford. Ill Mrs Abernathy and son Ike have arrived and are very nwen pleated with Tulsa. Mrs Grace U. Moore. J0 North Kintnr, i luprorlai; from an at tack of la grippe Hnr) I' Claremore. pant Tueaday In M A. WrlKht waa in Muikot.ee Monday. Mr. J. It. Milton of California I the city for a short stay Mrs. II. T...

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. — 4 May 1918

1 Tulsa is Again Safe For Democracy; Now For Two Years Boost A TEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE VOL. 0 Citizens To Meet Bnmasse Tomorrow! Vital Questions to Be Discussed TULSA PEOPLE WILL HEAR NOTED MUSKOC.EE LAWYER TALK ON RACK QUESTION Purpose of National Negro Congress to He Explained. A citizens' mass meeting has been cnlled to meet in the Dreamland thea ter tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon to hear Hon. W. II. Twine, n fnmous rucc man and a lawyer of Muskogee talk on important race questions. Among other things Mr. Twine will discuss the race congress in Washington this month. Mr. Twine is secretary of the Ok lahoma delegation and is well ac quainted with tho issues now con fronting the race in this country. Several years ngo the editor of The Star nnd Mr. Twine were associated in the newspaper business as manager and cditoi of the Moskogcc Scimitar, which is stlll'bcing published at Mus kogee, where Mr, Twine has lived for more than twenty years. Twine stands in tho front rank...

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. — 4 May 1918

THE T U I. S A S"r A R THIS TUJLWA STAR lnUd woskly by the Tulsa Star Prlntlno, and Publishing Co. at lit Greenwood. A. J. Bmlthtrman, Cdltor and Publisher, llsrrj It. (Imlmin AuuoUlv Killlur tfubicrlptlen Kales Uy Mall One Year . Ix Mentha Three Monthe ... 1.50 . 1.00 Entered ae second dais mall matter at the Tulsa, Okla., poet office. You can't ImuI merit with graft mid base chicanery. Ily nil mentis attend the mans meeting Sunday ftertnxn. Wo arc now Iivhib under u new and u much better city administration and therefore in it better lulsu. County Altai ncy George iteeve is waging a cumiwlgn uguinit vice utul crookcdnoM mid lie think it tne better plan to urt tit tno foundation heud, liunco the uneutineu ot pome of our ut lifers who have been Inking bloou money from Joint ojwrulors and iuii-.i of euy virtue. Tliu probabilities arc thut the people of Oklahoma will shortly bu under a stipulator ullouRnce of flour for fupuly use. The food ndiuiuistnitor of tho state, Judge Ames, it l...

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. — 4 May 1918

if t - j -. fr -i jfl I ij 1 t u b A a V rn riiePopular Price Store 'I f not v s lnB ,.ol((rlngg .Mthrt(lthe h ' -I tailoring dlstlngulM. ,. hcnulUu, 8d.p(aUong nnw on hw SM.IIIT Hl-ITH. ; Sir.MX COATS, ,.. U,,, . I.M I.N.VIIM; MKIRTS, DHKMS 1HOIM.S ..u in aim ureases, un.lerprlced; cliolco Ono lot Silk Coats, underpr.ccd t'o., . inolro Ono lot silk Suit., tindcrprlced toiln choice One lot silk Skirl., un.lerprl.-ej today, cliolco Ono lot Silk Moum. undorprirod todnj cliolco $985 j $17.9a $22.50 .$8. w 5,r ir " Jiralcra,,e d cb,n "d eor- bio,,. .-.,. 0. ne J;,t..5.r!?6 "e C,""e -'aVo'rgeeB,ouH;9. ,T ;., J values nt I MUNIS' COATS AJW CAPKS In Jnp Silk, I'lquo. Serge and Albatross. Priced at ii.."o, si:.iio S2.no. ".os um .,,,, , . , ,-..., .,, n.4n, tii,v5 Mini fid.H KIMC U'AIHTH, ,40 OnO lot flf (Ihllin Ulll tl?..i . .... " " '"" . an tancy trimmed lto $5.95 value. today Vour choice $1.49- 'l w "' Siiai FORD'S HAIR POMADE K Ml'. "OH r ' I 1AVH , II! UN. li' v I Ii .,!, OH f 24 A M ...

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. — 4 May 1918

THh TULSA STAR -r rj . j f "j ' 'JJJM 'LJ ' , LLX'I. KmrrjcrERKsooffira Opportunity Knocks at Your Door! AvUL-L. YOU LET HITY IN? Choice Lots For Sale in ADAMS DDITION I Non-segrepied disirici Heretofore closed 10 colored people JUST 36 LOTS LEFT Will be within one block of the car line. Hurry! Get busy! Don't wait till the Lots are all gone and then spend time wishing you had some of them Lots $250.00 each See A. J. SM1THERMAN, at the Star Office, Phone 931 or E. I. SADDLER, Room 3, Red Wing Hotel, Phone 6918 XixsnagmaKxucicrsiM snuuBasBSxazaaBicasKsancrBBsra ssn.'&tiK3xzxiaOBZxa&zs Tfl 11 1 m VBUl Writs. - tirrw ate r & Dr. uml Mrs II J. Wntion spent Moiida in Kansas Lity Mrs. M. K, Moore hns returned from Snpulpn, where she spent n week with her daughter. Rev. J. 0. Murpliy of Oklahoma City, ilutrict superintendent of the MuskoKCG district, held the first quar terly meeting Sunday ut 'oIoy M. E. church. Mr. Henry 1'hcK wit in Joplin and Springfield last week. Mrs. Uuk...

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 May 1918

1 . -( I t (' - r . .hi 3A LET US CONTINUE TO DO OUR FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE VOU (5 Race Stands Jim Crowism, Segregation And Other Race Discriminations, Tho Humiliating in The Extreme, Have Not As Yet Killed The Negro's Patriotism 700,000 HIiH li MIA iti r.isti:iti:i roit Mii.ir.Mtv duty 100,000 Now III 'IriilnliiK ('iiinpt "nil UH.000 In I'liUH'C. Tlio colored peoplo nro rnllyliiK to tlio call ot patriotism all over tho C(jimtr The) nro giving tholr sons, their money, iiml their energies to the task of mobilizing tho Nation for tho cause of democracy. For tho Ne gro holds his citizenship high The friends of tho United States nro his friends. Its foes are his foes Tho United States draws no color lino In the nrmy und nmy. It sum mons Negroes to arms just as It does whites Moro than 700,000 men of of these nnvo boon called to tho train, color registered, and already 100,000 ing camps to fit themsehes for scr lco Thirty-six per cent of all tho No grocs examined were cer...

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 May 1918

QSEBSr J3W. --- i - -!- TUK TUlltfl i a k 1, 1 Hill fin 11 Jw e - THE TUJjSA STAR rff"otifj )''i; fi.' liirgiins inPiiruiture. Dont fail to i VISIT The Tulsa Household Supply Go. If. SOUTH WAIN STREET We pell, Ijuv viul exchange furniture. Our pries tr JUST KIT, I IT John T. Miller, Prop. Telephone 1106 WANTED " Nt Ono Tliousiml iMcn, Women awl Children l'uhllshcd weekly liy tho TulHn Slur Printing and Publishing Company, at IIS North Greenwood Avenue A J. SMITIIBItMAN. Kclltor and t'ulillaliar. II. It. (lltAHAM and J. It CAHRKTT, Associate Editors AMIKKT S.MlTIIKItMAN. Circulation Manager. TO ATTI5NI) THE AcmcuiruiML short cjotjrse AT Til 13 Colored Auriculiural and Normal Universitv LAN(JSTON, OKLAHOMA Mm. I.. M. KINO. Sorlety Editor. .SKItsCltlflKt.N IIATISS Ono Year $ 1.80 Hlx Month $1.00 Three Months .00 KIHTOIUAI.H- ... 611 12345 7890$ 1231 12JI1 Thursday. IViihty and Saturday, May 23, 24 and 25, 1918 Knterod ns Second Class Mall Matter at Tulsa, Oklahoma. TUK OWL COLUMN WITH ...

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 May 1918

-'.I 1 T H a THLIA BT A ft A -V . a Who? Who? Who? 7 ty'lfii A tiii: wish mini who si:r.s r.vi:itviiiiN(j AMI KNOWS iIVlIIEVItODV Now don't ocr)body git skeerert nnl run UIh bird don't intend to liurt you. Jost want to make you butter. Wo Jest handing nut shoes pcnulscuidy. It dey fit ynu, you wear 'cm. H'h cIh hit dog dut Hullor. you know. Do olo Idrd been taking v In de slglitH dls week, trying to git ac quainted wld do RlttiBahun bihI tie 1ms Heed nut nlreudy to liang iuoat of do "lil tips" bof men an' wlminen It usod to lie de rule, when din lilrd was young, for youug unmar ried wiminen to Intertnln young men till 10 o'clock at night, den aay "Kood night." Hut It seems to dls bird now dls rulo done changed an' dey Intcrtaln 'em till dey git sleepy. 12vcn do married wlmen, sometimes Intcrtaln men (not delr husbands, either) till near midnight an' later, when do husband is not home. And some of do ninrrlcd men Is Jest as bad or worse. It may be de fashion now, but It don't seem ri...

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 May 1918

' ,rv!i'n 1 H b 1J1SA STAR I Opportunity Knocks at Your Door! WILL. YOU LET HI7V IN? Choice Lots For Sale i ADDITION Non-egtsa.el issues heretofore closed to colored people JUST 36 LOTS LEFT $ Will be within one block of the car line. Hurry! j Get busy! Don't wait till the Lots are all gone and then spend time wishing you had some of them Lots $250.00 each See A- J..SMITHERMN, . Phone 931 ' or E. I. SADDLER, Room 3, Red wing Hotel, Phone 6918 LMM(&i3VttV&!Nr . ? r- vmfimg.iMmerfiifwriKK3t3f7T,itmi,,.fvsBmsm &ik$l$l& FfHi A Tk T '"' f' .Mr II I WnahlnKlun returned lust week from Joiillu wlu-ie h wiu onturtnlni'd liy Miss llentrlce Crow, wlio formerly x lulled Tulsa Mr Iltirtun, 503 Haston, who baa liiMin nick for some time, lit again confined to liln homo All)B. K, I RniMler am! I 11 tfponrs attended llio Nettro Ilnr Asso ciation of (ho state of Oklahoma at OkimilRco last week. Mm. Stokes spent last weak In Cotroylllo, Kan , xlsltlns; friend Wal eli tho Stitr for prog...

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. — 24 August 1918

C".i yic okj? When will They Stop Treating Us Like Brutes? OCR StlBSCRIPTKm 1 LIST MAS1C3 A VALOABLX medtdm r? ) ADVTRTtNOM J FEARLESS? EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE X ff!fV - : - . . '.----'- y-7 trmm . i n r i in hm rrMnq && .. :;TZ W fS s - " VOL. (5 A Near Lynching at Bristow, Cowards Failed to! Lynch a Color ed Man. CHIEF OF POLICE ASSISTED TiY COURAGEOUS DEPUTIES DEFEATS MOB IN ATTEMPT TO LYNCH SUSPECT The Tulsa Star Gets Word "of Pend ing Race Riot And Editor A. J. Smithermtin Rushes to Scene of Trouble After Sending Tele grams to The Governor And The Sheriff of Creek County. '.Veil Known Bristow Negro Plays Part of Judas And Traitor in a Mian Attempt to Do Harm to 'Editoor Smithcrnian. Knstow, Okla., August l'J A vuio riot was iinirowly averted ! Vi' Saturday uftuinonn when a i-i -nob of several liundreii white men 'utt'inpteil to take the law in their hnndi nd lynch l-Mv Holiniiiui.n "Vlnrd mini who hail been arrested horsred with fobbing- and shmitt inj.' .-i white...

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. — 24 August 1918

t ft K TULSA If Al VUK TULSA STAR CLUB WOMEN TO MEET AT ENID THIS MONTH laM!had Mklj by the Tulsa Star Printing and publuhinc Company at lit Mertk UfMBWOOd ABHt oa Yr mi MmUu . . . TkfMMtka A. i KMITIIERMAN. Editor and FublUh.r. .Sl'ltKCmiMIO.V U.VIKS , To the M-mbers of the Oklahoma j State Feder'tion of NeTO Wo. 'men's Clubs Greeting: . ... ... 11. .... tit ....: .st Entered at smoo) Claa Mall MMUr at Tale. Oklaboau. 11. . il.i . hi r..l.,nii mini IhmM be 1 WMO WOOLD hE FREE' ii-irid Inii.lr.Hix ,.rrf,nr ftTTJST STftlKB THIS KI.OW llir sheets. Iili, K.i lit fr. .II I I.. : ri 1 .t..d.l In- irei ' Hi. Colored - in" lrn li. ki'i n I m .1.1.- In lit .1 l n llii. II.. I lo le Mi.l litis i II ..f the I. .1.111 in- olil In il.i ' i- ami i I-, who ' eir in mi'. .1 l I I' I iire.il liuocb of Od.ired sin k Iheir heads In n im' Ihe master exiieels i mI In-- house of worship Hi- idwinnle hir neier In-fore lull I. l of President Wilv.tT , in,., r i omiiitmiletl lawless- ii. ..n iinlulii.il of...

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. — 24 August 1918

J XWl.UA STAB Mid Week Bargain Offerings '.wsBrtaoseareraaTijsses.; F ! iiiflcil In 1 1 1 :i t lil'iilicli of till- prolcst iint rilli llial keep the 1st ln.v r tlic week s llii- Lord's da. 'I In- xerdicl of the judges cnnsc tpicnll) xn sin favor or Itcv, Nuncs. while Ilic rousi'iisus of opinion on llii1 art of llu- audience was over- cluiiugl.v for .li.husnu. Itev. I- sy fl il q "-ir v" ,'!"I,"B' Tor .li.husnu. Hi' rom Coverdale's"The Popular Price Store,,l'"'''::''":;:'':"s-:'"- tav&TszMznKxvsessBssvaat i vvsssotssssaTrsziTsss. t Come ill SClCnt mir ni1 ir1r rn . T.,., muJcc small payment on it and we will hold umemoer winter is com inn; and JXOW lor you to commence prcparinirfOr it. raaacaaMM.KB,g3iOTW I I Oil S.M.I ! i .. I IJI-Iilt 'j a you want, it for you. good time CIukIkiius "".I glngii: in in slripis ami plaids, li 'III n tors; regu'.-i- ,'lfi, value, .it 20c '' inch iiiil'iiin 1.11,1 Shirting, light r uirk n I. rs; regular ( value. ' - - :i.-,c I 'Mips. scl-ili-,1 fro...

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. — 24 August 1918

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