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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 31 August 1918

Don't Forget the Big Fair at Boley, Sept. 25-28 A ) TEARLESS i EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE - .cp m mijv -o-cr r i rm i ii i ntja EEi-ia-pi -" - UmI m-m- M hwb 1? MH m medium r?n -i ' - .j" r'' J-' fIH lmV' "W. 'V - w - - -. U W NNNNN - VOL. G APVKNTISM TIIK SAME AS OTHKIt I.S.MS Jhnve alwajs snld a:iil to some ex tent say jet that the Ai'venls eoncep tlon or understanding of Gods (ire.it Plan of Salvation is, in mnny re spects, much higher than those of the other Isms; but if the lies! bruins of the Advents make many more such scriptorial blunders as was maile hj the able, in some respects Elder Nuncs concerning the observ ance o" the 7th da) of the week, lhe will be forced to by the thinking people to take u back number of all the other Isms or the world. The scriptures do not teach and no thinking person -an be made to believe that God has made a ipies tlon of life everlasting or death eter nal ccpcnd-int upon tin keeping of certain days. The scriptures xpe cINcall) warns all wh...

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. — 31 August 1918

,HS TUL.4A & I . K talk: tujlsa star PafcUeaea klr ir the Tulsa Star Printing and I'ubltf bine Companr. a lit Nana Oreeawood At A i SMITHERMAN. Editor and i'ablltBar. SUllsCKIlTlON 11ATILS &e Tear . . . guiUMiw ... 1 v : CUM Mail Matter t TuIm Oklahoma Sl.M il.M .1 .! Hislit.p Phillip f i i M I uirihand Miss I. II ( Jierk- of t nwlnil. Ohm erc ret enllt nu, t ml III hlKK (OMMFNTS ON THE KC.HO XMunMrs ltlli ttomts of I'hil jttilphia shot frmn her window inte a m b of white brutes who were st.mi in her home she not ool e ho:li d bravers in defence of her hor or and home, she was flirtitlngl fo- t'emorrac). The Christian Kndev. 4. n. mast i , i Ihc ir'iik iti M ii'tl IIM l T1IF MOII l . IN HltlsltlW : linn t v. Ihrv- ! l.tl I l I r l ' Mil I I I I - hi- ! im!i v x I i in II ' M l..v - J..1I1 l t anil li I M n ii:.iiu i -i a from IV'm ' .Uincri t'e ' I Wit Obaoxtau igr i Colored leplr nl' 1' " " lon down from mm i ii l - courts la Ihe cits parl I w l inn- csmru were set .imiIi f...

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. — 31 August 1918

SHU XIL1A STAR ""TO "- xliws-Jflfq', "TT .V Popular Price Store Our FALL Coa ts,, Suits eind DrcssCvS, tiro now on dis play. Wo ould bo pleased to have you make selections early. You may secure Your garment by making us payment. MII,l,INi:itY M()I)i:s In all Hie correct fnll hIc,' llne ou visile.l Hie Millinen see- lion ltitt-lx IT not sou hiie lieen missi,,,; rare stWe Ire:,.. The l'nll season's mo.les ore she.,, in or- eons mriiv.mih.l prices conspicuous Tor ,lr lowness. 'Hill .rl modes in Velvets, Kelts ami IIMIiit I'hisli. In sha.lcs r black, , , ........ lniipe mill iiiiw wild eolorec r.iciiws. 1'riee.l .it $7.50 .,, SIS I he , ..Hern mo.les in Dress Hats arev .how,, in vvi.le nrriiv. All the Tore- most creators nre represented. So iimiiv iiml so varied Is the .llspl.iv lli.it every wo....... is .isssureil of a ple,slK choice. " SI'KCIAI, Sl'llO MOVI'lt TDD STOIID Women's Silk Hose in while, hl.ick iiml Iiiiicy. DcKiilar s 00 values. Special lml.i and Thnrsihj nt .-fi'lc (ne lo...

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. — 31 August 1918

A THE TULSA STAK fr7Y&Bf'n?fft fc-i Vii.ljr ,4. K L, 3kSras33$ i?:t ,1 x&mzmis i rB"-.ifrimm'-i- ;wa r 'ikli' i .niw- :. In voung nun li iv c hen lod.iv Tin . t'lfli r nt I S. i. imps tl M' (.iiluii.ill of Muskogee, s.is (I I'liHVHiit visitor In uur cit Tucxiluv. Mis. A. I Siiiillicni nn unit ihil- I' en i flin iicmI to Ihc oil) Saturihi) .liter n vliil! to Imlcpcudcnit-, Knn. IIp. C. It Tucker being absent Mndii), Ills pulpit vsms tilled In ltoi 'nlinmin of Testis. In a slm-tii which visited Ijikr liHfliw. Ui Inst witk fullv ('.nil ( .iloi i'il people mi' homeless. Mr. ami r.Ms. A. A. Flnvd ol l.nston ivciiuo, tiro cnlci tinning Mr l'liiil mother, Mrs. A. I- Flovd, nf Okla homa City. fler n tcn-dii) lsil to Hole), Okla, Mis l.i'la Aiigustii (icnircs re turned liiiini' tills week. iMss ,il)is Masses will return to Ixmistis ICtj S itiml.is. .'.lie has I i. silting Iiit sister. rMs. I.tilt. Veou il'irfcr. Mre Drown, who lesiilcs ut 121 X. illrtfonl stii'ct, ilii'il oMiul.iv ni...

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. — 7 September 1918

While We are Fighting Abroad for Democracy, Georgia and Arkansas are still Lynching Us J x" k - J otm I 1 SVB3CRIPT1tm j LIST MASU A ) r , $ VALOAOUt i ttcanM ro ; W ADVTRYWOW i Tut rlSlvA'QiA'Q I nr 1111 2H I MM FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE i T, ,,. w :vN - B M H HHSIfB S tjHV IaH fliPMH B WA WKnVV B B V - - -r - s- i W VOL. (5 Big Fair at Boley to DlltlXIOItSOr PAlIt HOI J) HUSINKSS .MKHIINH IN IlOl.n At . mcclliig of (lie hoard of thiee tors of the Negio State I air xsou.i Hon held lit Hole) this week niiange incnls m' completed for lulling dm the hig four da)s full at llokx ioiii limning September L'.'i ami ending September 28. 'Mils fair rnmixes to surpiss ail) efforts put lorth h the raw mix where herctofoic. I he peo ple ol Hole) arc (loin;; eel c thing III their oopxxcr to make the fair a sin less ami judging fioni the efforts be Ign put forth lhe will Inook no fail un. The hiisiness men of Holcx me Icjixing Miitliing uml me to pioxc lo the outside xxoild that Ibex...

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. — 7 September 1918

ri K TUL.SA 1 A TIIJi TULSA STAR m 'iK mill 1 1 1 1 struns wmntii II. Nitfro silinul in in i pi h rs miillngo through tilt tuning iii I weekl) by the lulnu -Mar 1'rlntlDg and l'ubllslilng Comjmny, I iu, unit wink vst .in asking lot lit IK i i. Id UN h ixc i It .ill .mi I ef- ' In ii lit i iltii alms. Die Itlluw Willi i tin- i(lll' hus too InliK i linki'il lli Publish llj .Vrtti tirriDHuuil Axeuua A J SM1THEKMAN. Editor and Publliher hUllMIUl'IION lt.ll.! One Tear $1.60 til MootlM I (JU Thre Montbi J .go i in l us .second CIbm Mall Mailer at Tula, Oklahoma, nil- i Imut .i limits, .mil tailed to liring -llic desired lesulls I. it us Mom ui mill rfii ill lenrhers I I Hi Colored person who possi hit i .in, smmlil In- on (iieenwood lo i ikIiI .mil lake .i part in tin- uiiiiinu mli MiiKiMK. uiiilii the ili utiuiiol I'lnl (arson lmut lll,(l(HJ prisons .ill' niled tin singing List week, Hid Wf tlllst III M'f .III fllll'lUlSl- UlIWll out tins fM-ning 1 lit' t stltlsis sliu Is nt N-.tll. mill...

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. — 7 September 1918

fH TBLIA ITAR Coverdale's Popular Prices Will Be Maintained on Fall Merchandise Male,your Selections curly. We will be llensecL to sell you on payments, A Brilliant Array of Clio Arcnr Fashions in Women's Fine Apparel sui r s In nr!-ia's of Velo.ir d. Lnlne, Hroadfl-'th, Mixtures, ('..ilmrdines nnd inner popular ftlirics Kven correct shade. I'rlcei rnnpe as fot -lows: FALL CU A T S $17.45, 22J!0, $24 81, $28.30 $32r.O $37..r.ll $39.75, $11.50, up til $75.00 I 1'luah. Silk Velour, I weed Mixl"n, Hollvi.i and oothcr fabricH. Strlctlj tailorrd and othero with ptmmin,!" of fur ind plush, prices, $17.50, $22.15, $25.00, $27.50, $35.00 $37.50, $10 00, $44.50, $52 10, $57-1(1 and up to $100 00 FINE SERGE DRESSES In i 'ery style of Fill I wen. Moodes that are sure to please the nost evicting. $12.8J, -1fi.85. $18 7. i''.0 t2I a mi. I S'1'00 New Silk Dresses Manv new nrrivals of I" pi-d week v. Til reecve mtial how ii '' here Mdiidny. Too nmiv ior null vidunl description hut e u !i one sure ...

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. — 7 September 1918

THK TULSA ITAB r' I - I I - - i V I l l (. -lt "I DlXlf Ml I ! I IfljM W I - I 1. . - ,. ii(,ht f I JH .t'l t Mll-h (..I Ml j, . ALj.,, Mrs ddu iiiil 1 'jo lun.t.l ,la n,x ',iwu jnii I i Ion ! fioin Ism. n ks stj in ( !( id- in, Hum nm nt .i ft w hours in III,- til. in route II WAS A .ULL WASHER leavv r.iin fi'll here lucsila.. Itlhlit vlni.ll flooded sonic of Ihr In 'i ss Iji es on Greenwood strut. TIIKIIC LITTLE STUNT 1 WOULDN'T (iO MH IT.LMMING not expected ro llive, IOMIN (..SEPTEMBER M, .i (tn Mae Caesar-Porlcr, llic song, will appear ut Vernon ( L i i M. K. t hurt li the night .! S(,.. IT. uiiiUt III auspices of the I.uhl i the Cit) (Jul). Tins promts ( tn lie one ol lilt- best Jill icliol.s In mm! our i itv, uml sc trust a lni'8' r . i will lif.ir .Mnif Pm Ut. inm Morrison visit to Texas. Ml Sulur .1 vlnw I'. Hard) is visit'ng Mr. ii. Ureses of Kansas Cit) this i. .'hi Sleverson has retorted In i.isj after an absencr of scvertil "iilltt. Wm Homes went to Little ltoct . visit ...

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. — 14 September 1918

'' The Loyalty of the Colored American to the Flag is Still without Parallel! in the World's History . I y FEARLESS EXPONENT Or RIGHT AND OCR - SUBSCRIPT! UST MAtJCS A VALUAOH JUSTICE MCDTOM '")R tt ASVtKln4a r " . - z,V ,ii Aw V ns TnLJ l t 31J 1 aH ' fTT'llrlTl" - n n n "m. arm . it mm;- Hi HI Hi HI k U M HI IHBH HU HI HHHHH H HK - m .l kmi mAUBm w m Mm m. ; . HI Hi Hi HHi BW MUMS' HHHJ -HHJT 0 H 'W HI H - --Cr-L . . y - - --. , VOL. (; DISCUSSES A LIVE The Negro in WarTime "Kycry yyhilc m.-iii is ;im oiifinj, tn llii! Negro What our rare needs is nimv iiuirls is nioic iih'ii win), when III. mo i nun's, will light hack regardlos of llii'ii own safely and be rm-i'l'iil (inl Unit more 'rrarkeis' than Negroes :uv killed In ihe beginning of llii- win- lhi Iil.it-iv troops from Afrk'ii tin- Singnlcst- wen- flHIIIll lighting III HKItlS points noyv llii'.v lire ronccnlraled nl out- point. I'i'w of ou know- tin- icnson, lint mi nil have heard how grcal wns Hit liiorliililv among oriit't'i...

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. — 14 September 1918

1Mb JULSA 3'IAK TI I KTl 7 I jSA i-s'lA H " people .lnli.is doo mil know I I'lll.SIDI.N'l Hoosexelt " ' II Is n kind of a sniinlc inti'llciliiral-!h.WHi!u llu Colored V W. C . Piibhshul xxi'fklx In Ilic 'luls.i Mill I'lliitlHH .mil Publishing Cumpiiiix .it I Li NiiiIIi (irrriiwiMiil Vxt'iiue. A.J. .SMII'IILUMA.V I.ililm iiml Puhhshci IIIKO. HAlKillMA.N M :i luiMitiM editor 11. . ni.Mditi:. Clruiliilioii Malinger SIINCItll'llnV It.VTKS One ,i'tir, SUill Six MlllllllH, SI. IMI S Hirer MnnlliH, .CO I nlriril us second 1 loss mini i.ml 11 1 I iiImi, (Iklnliiilllii. win) is i:nrcAi i:d? I hi' mii ils, "fdiiriilf" mill film 11 lion" unci 11 ii'-ilffinilimi llml will 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 thfil HH'iini UK rlrnr In cxcix hudx l.iliiriiliiin mux In' of till' lint! mil of the niillil, mux lie n bodx mid 1111111I. mil 11I Hit' Mini. llil Minis max In fdiirulfd while bodies iv m. 1111 dxxui flfil, iion-ugilf mill 1 inn lurMinii', mid miiiils lmlli mitlcxelnp nl .mil inilliiilH'il, likewise in mmix thin...

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. — 14 September 1918

Every V The New Fall Huck Towels Hul bordeied Huok Tow-K nt each 20c (I)oH'ii for $1.00) Turkish Towels Regular :i5e Turkish Towels n'. each 21c MEN'S SUITS ) The now Fall Styles mmon's Suits lire now on ilisplny. Ini'lud (! rc nil tho new patterns in si'i ti cs, worsteds mid novelty mixtures The lino tailoring is fi'ntinr. Prices range $15 $17.50, $20, $25, 27.50, $30 BOYS SUITS In ll the stylos that will please young men In Hue serges anil novelty weaves. Ages S to IS vers Motlieis eim liu Ihe.r boys school ... . ' suits here at great saving- $5.00, $0.50. $7.50, $10, $12.50, $15 FALL SILK DRESSES The dross section is ontirolv iea.1 i.i .....( tli. iii.iv iintiiniu season . " H-v " Continued from Fitsc Pnf.c 710 JSava in War Tima Alllllll III OI(W A'pil 1! U0JU14SI'1 III' .UUSIDIJ, s.lUy lM!".l 0,ll ij;.v p.ija.iuiio.) .won .i.nuii 1. "1111111 -o.w opui pint 111.11iji110.11l a'.i,i v a'i nui ppii ipupv iu.)p!.iij .1iiMuipij .tjja'H iiwois sj jo sisiio.) .stuilu, USiilH JHIJAV JO s...

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. — 14 September 1918

ssxssaiSSjijiSfejsfflA v t .'-r.i-i)iiiiSll)i)(9i5')C.''aiSirO,(Bf' . (3 V THAT WONDERFUL PICTURE CLEOPATRA cj a ) & c 7 x1 oio o the Loading Features at the Grand Opening of Dreamland Theatre jThe City Wide Musical Organization Of which Or. C. E. Smith is Director, will toUc conspicuous part, by rendering t a Clasy rroixram. The Opening Of this Popular llay House will a Meal Society t Event. The verv Hest that money enn Secure will he the motto of the Dream- f land. Completely over-hauled, renovated and Beautified, at an enpense of t more than ,S10,(J0(), and the Muec now a strictly Modern I'lay House. & w w w FOR DATE OF ING 1 0 T FAIL TO BE PRESENT Thanking vou for your liberal patronage in the past, and trusting to have vou still visit the Dreamland, I am LOULA WILLIAMS. (!) JO W iM i) W W ) W M 8 Cv , j,!(1,l(i . i,(i ( w f (Jt'liJ KSiW8BBfflffliel,JlaB)SBiafflBo'oi'oo'iK'.3JB8aJ' . -."' IIssm' Mi I ( ndfisnn. niic of our iitnllii'ls. h iv Miu i' mil first issue i urii'...

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. — 21 September 1918

Negro Sells High-Power Bombs to the United States Government . fl S T t L otm 9UBSCKIPTI0K I UST MAUC3 A J VALUAflLS J medium r? ) ADvrRnswa i TEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE ; : . , htrz m&, W ' ' f I'lfV O-' . Jr . Y f . ' JZ- ' rzTHFti! SASffcH WEEKLY MHIL EDITION VOI,. (5 'l'l'LSA. OKI.A.. SATUHDAY, SKIHMOM I5I0H 2, 1)1S. NO 13 The Negro Discussed as He is A Naked Truth Tin- Negro lias Hit: iossibilit of .i great future, there is no room foi doubt, lie is capable of Hit holiest dcvel lpmcnt, iiitolleituallj, inoialv and phjsicallv. 'Illis lias In on ilem iinslnited too tlu :itnik' satisfaction of trie-lids and foes alike I lu (.in music high-spun theories, .mil hi st bonis mill colleges lie li.is master ul Hie highest eiirrieiiln, in the It ad' si hools lie li.is mastered some of the e.ui it-dun- them to pr.utiii' In llu most mil lento -and diflicult Itatle whiili involve skill of the highest or ilir. He is apt to Ic.irn anil to assim ilate it. so that there ran bo nn...

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. — 21 September 1918

THE TULSA STAR J '! . THMTl'LSASTAH Published wciklv bv II. lul-a M.r Printing and Publishing t'onipanv .il 115 North tirccnwixiil rnui' A.J. S.MininRMAN. " Kditor unci Publisher THKO. II.MT.IIMAN Managing I ilitnr D. W. t'lLMORH. Circulation Manager ' STRSCRIPTlOV RATE? One Year. St-10 Six .Month. $!.a0 2 . Thrt Month. .M l.iitrri-i .i semi i i,i mail i.i.it ter, Tulsa. Oklahoma. Ih' 1 1 i .i iiium un foul Id bring tir r i i . Imcr together here ill Tub n.i il ' ig business .mil nil (iIIht lines. I tt us kcp it going until r ..re urilitl ciipli- I'nif J Silas Harris of Kansas Citv prt'sidcnt nf the N.iliomil education l Congress .mil one of the rate Ih-sI kt iiwn men. n rccenllv appointed i a rli-rii ul position in the great Ar mour Parking plant in Ixnnxus Citv Tills is thr first lime ii Colored man has held such ii position for mis big firm, haldnrhfseogiJitiloussuhohh. . firm Prof. Iliirrts is Irulv :i prcoiii-ed man anil iin ex-rt penman a i. will :ihl ilisi barge the duties 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. — 21 September 1918

Some Exceptional Opportunities At Cover detlo'c Popular Price Store. PALL SLIP fePKUAl. $27.10 1'asliiniuil of line U.ilit all-wool serite; 111.111 cliiK-ri nl shades of lilui' oath suit a f.ill model Iti'Kiiliir H" values for S.itunl.iv at 7 Tll l.vci.v io.it in tins lot in of 'M i flue phuli, iliiiitl iii.nl ntul llnisli I'd, llouitht lit :i si-i'iil iui( li.isi- tint onnhlts Ihc sale prico foi Silm- ilnv. Plush Co.ils vioilh :!(! (ill n Tor iholtc nt '.! 1(1(1 Scpar.ito Skirts Skll Is l)f illl NMKll llllll III .1 Ill'VV full slvlos will ho olleioil foi S.itunl.iv (mil lost of the vwck nt following pi lii-s. Vnliii's lli.il sold lot in.oo nt - - H'",, Xi' St It rt ill i'ai,i, si:iif.i: Diti:ssi:s Siu i.ill.v I'm I'd ou will Mini Ihi' inodi'ls of these drcssi's cpicss Ilir vi-iv best of slvle lines nt tlie spcii.il iiiui' the ollir ii nil i' hiiving iitlvant.iKc Iti'Killlii- :)." (10 Dresses go nt.2l.ll(l One lot o si-rue ill esses iisseinlileil from ii'Kiil.ir ?1'J to tr0(l values...

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. — 21 September 1918

"j m s a a s a a a . i '. a a 85 a a s ? a x a a a cs a r a w y t. s ffl B s THAT WONDERFUL PICTUE I leopatra I CO ts ! Li 7 be one of the Leading Poet tu res at the Grand Opening of Dreamland Theatre MtBCHUU I The City Wide Musical Organization ' Of which Dr. C It,. Smith is Director, will taUe consjyicuous nart. by rendering a Clusy Program. The Opening Of this Popular Play House will a Peal Society Event. The very Best that money can Secure will be the motto of the Dream land. (Completely ovev-hnuled, renovated and Beautified, at an enpense of more than S70,000, and the Pace now a strictly JModcrn l'lay House. w a a w a wra FOR DATE OF OPENING ID DON T FAIL 10 BE PRESENT Thanking you for your liberal patronage in the past, and trusting to hao you still visit the Dreamland, 1 am LOULA WILLIAMS. (a a a a a a a a a a a w a a pi im a a a ) w a a - a i a ? wo a " a a fi a a a a a a a a a a $ a a 3 e & - Mm Mis II J Opt II Si limit iMJine n n r ; j. m.t j? s-rr M5 V!1 vjrr ff R R !...

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. — 28 September 1918

Aged Colored Confederates Attending the Re-Union Here This Week m mii in i' yj ss. v k x" M "' " . v UVVF - 9ft TT N ' ' ! 7 A 3B JB OOR JtUXSCWPTTOw LIST MAKES A VALDAOUC mohvm fSR ACVtRTWWa TEARLESS EXPONENT - J Or RIGHT AND JUSTICE ,. . hfl t. t - - . - "' - .. -CM. ULTO nt VOL. (5 CO-OPERATION BETWEEN THE RACES STONG PLEA FOR A UNIT I ED PEOPLE ( I he Alt.iuta Independent ) In the imiM of this mlglilv win lil conflict in wihnc we m vincrle i, lo gether with other hhcrlv ''loving peo ple, arc engaged to put clown aulo iracv mid slavcrv of the masses, it is ahsoliitciv ncicssatv that i'i'i one of us, White .mil lll.iok, contribute his maximum sh.itc to win the war We nri1 not iiiiiiiimirul of Ihr main huinil.itinus and the discrimnations nguist lll.uk men, .mil how often we .ire cinbarassctl in our dealing with other r.'ires, et we lire liiiunil to ln our full ilut .is Anierie.ui nlens iiiul patriots. If we do not, we could not, in good grace, expect n full slime of the rights, pr...

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. — 28 September 1918

THE TULSA STAR TI IliTI'LSASTAH Puhlislnil xvctklv In the lulsa Mm Pi inling mill Publishing Cnmpnnv al ll.'l Ninth (illfllWOod ''IIIH'. A.J. SMIIHIiltMA.V I'llllor :iinl Puhhshci iiii:o. itu'cinlvs Managing I illlni i). w. i ii.Moiti:. Cil( liliilliill Mlilingcr sriisi hipiion Kn:s One -n r. MJiU Six MiiiiiIih, $1.H0 $ . 'I href AlniilliH, .1,0 l.illcrcil t(N mm mill lis imiil in.it CI, I'liUii, Oklahoma. 'i in: college if iiMiups r iiu ( M. K. ( hill I'll, lllll III CM lllllllltll inul ill Cleveland, ohm, iii i in, h Hilltop I.. II. Iliilsi'.. 1) Colored women in Hit stubs of Louisiana, Al k.niHiis, lr;is mill oth ei .Soiilliein Mules will lake mi ,ie Ihe iiii 1 in the fourth I iberlv l.omi drive. () 'I III! Mate Suprtuic I mil I of (hoi pin lias so uilitl Hint Ncgiu Slni.ieis riuiiiiit use llie soiil "Slu mi i s. ' inul iiiiisI look 1 1 1 ii new inline (), well Hint's (ituiguil () I'nif. Ixcllv Miller sns Hint the the while nimi hus no light to gov mi the Ntgio withniil the .Ncgi...

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. — 28 September 1918

New MerchandiseNEW LOW We will he rioused to on payments. Iloeise Needs for S toe As tire v BMMMBMMnMBi ?v- si'I.i:mhi iiti:ss i.i i:s lle.iutv (if sl It. is .1 feature hi tlu (Ill'SS lllSpl.IVS, ill Ul.llcll.lls (if St'lgC jcisevs, s.illiis .mil novelties ( ha right up In Hit' l.isl won! in slvlcs mill (olors. Pi iced fin wcik at SIS", $J 1.81, $1!!IH.-. anil $ 1 1.7.". One lot of serge Mini poplin di esses Hcgular si:: lo x.i sclleis will he I nfliicil :is clra special lui t t-k ( at $8.'J-. j A WONDLHPUL SUIT ()l'ri:itl.(i j Out' lot of women's suits. In ui.i- ! icnais in.it nun nit' it'it.niitN of ,i win lil of good wi-.ir to then sm.iil bc.inlv. Hcgulai s Ml values Pined sii'inil for week .it . $11. All Oilier SiiIIh ut Jl'I.H'i, $J LSI, WOMAN'S Ni:V PALL CI.OVCS Clove slink ,iu now toiuplfli .unl offer ,i seleition in line giade Kill. Shades of while, hi own, I 1 n k and Kra. On sale spinal for this wiek sis follows Ittgular $100 (ilium rr $'.,-,( Regular $l.."0 (iliitm fur $2...

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. — 28 September 1918

RFM$fiigKl;lm 1 ri )2rJk)H lvi j wmm NV'h' iMBrYffluRH WZffSLitf !3EMl Mis II I ( llll ." i ml n I ills i I lllll 1 ti ill ill t Mm i i iuli!i Siilunhix I I I llll isiti il mi Si Mrs. Ciiuim McCiiuh'x i mi tin' sick Hit lnul week. Mi. ami Mr. John Carlri relumed Salurtlii) iiflrr it iiitntlhs iibscm-p Mr. n in I Mm. Hubert Simmons of Khuhhs CM nrr spi'iuling n less lIllXH III TllUll. Mivi Corn lllllnril. who spent tin week in Tulsa, icluinul In Muskn git Suiiihix. Mm. Ilfsslr Dnbsnn 1 hurl l kllllslis llflir lilt lXllHsiXf with relnlixes. from xisil Mr. II. Mnllli. him esprit fiuil lllllll spi'lll M'M'l 111 tllXS "ll hh fill in at Muskntfei' lust xxirk. Mis. lulu 11 .Smith, xxiff "I mu ll urtnr Smith, spent Siiluiilitx in'lul su Ihr guest of lici hush mil Slii' ri'lurni'il home Moudiix. Mr. I.. . .Iniksnn iiillul in I" see us Suinlux mill It'll mi ntilt'i rm plin ling libbnns lur Ihr tiiiinil Lodge of Miisiiiis In hi' In hi "I S mils Siiiiis. oil 1.2. : :i Mr 1 it'll Douglass h'fl S...

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