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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 9 November 1918

War is Not Over, Germany has'nt Quit v-- '-$5 !t m!iS' , otm SUDSCRIPTWK LIST MAHCS A VALOAOUX wrcrov f5R ADVERVUOXa TEARLESS i EXPONENTS ji muai j . AND JUSTICE wmm b-mmi ' am M 4HH mHHBk TMt I in-VIVIZ - -- .r-Mi tssss. r VOL. 0 KCcc.2 - c: - : - .iHr - The Negro Press I And Its Mission KrjcwwEswwrrKf Over ami over again luivc we called attention lo llie power nnd influence of llie Negro Press. Tile race's pro gress ulong all lines of titiitian en deavor h in direct ratio lo llie devel opment and grow lh of the Negro Press. To all intelligent and thoughtful members of the race this amounts to a truism; lliey do not even question tile statement. Prior to Hit; advent of llie Negro press, (he white press had invariahly misrepresented tile alius and aspira tions of Negro people. II had in sea son and iiil of season, decried and be littled them, and had about convinced llie public that the Negro was flu in. ferior race and should occupy an in ferior .sphere. People who had not come in ...

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 November 1918

THE TULSA STAK 1 TI I I0'PIJIJSAS'I1AH Published xxeekl) h) Ihe'IulsnSlar "linling mill Publishing Compiiix ,il ll.r Niirlh Cirtonxxnoil Avenue. A. J. SMI INHUMAN, lalilor mill Publisher 'i iii:o. iiAiK.iniAN Managlnc l.ililnr i). v. I'n.Moiti:. (.'iitulalinu Milliliter yuiiscitii'iioN itA'i i:s Our Via-, Jl.no Six .MiiiiIIm, $!'.U0 $ . 'Ilirco .(IiiiiIIih, ,r,0 l.nloieil hi n.-fciiiil (Inii miiil unit lit, Inliii, Oklahoma. 'I lie ('nliii ( il man iiiiihI Inn n In ilif ft I on issues, .mil sllll lirnt null Hilar light. 'I he Mllli annheriiiii j of 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 - Inn Instiltilc xxas telibialed Oil. II mil Not. I. .Miiu Cm i ii- Nnpii-r, Hit- il.iughlei of I Inn. iniil Mis. .1. 0. Niipiu of Nash-. Mill', ll-llll,, llilll lllellll). I In- inliii- Di-iiini milt lit ke( u- I'li-rlul in 'I ulna i minis, innl I In-Minis siinpl) Hi Mul In deiilh. I.I.T oxti) iiiiiiiIht nf tin ll.n r Ir.iin In pill xiiluo. on Hit- (ailoitil linn-, in Hill III our ll-iii' mini- Hist. 'I In- liiifinK i ili...

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 November 1918

na Values That Will Bring You to Coverdale's Popular Price Store Please notice Our Very OW Prices Tliis Weelz on Ready -to-Wear, and We Will be Pleased to Sell to Y o u on Pay ments at These Prices. MEN'S 1ILUH SVAUIK SUMS Men's blue sihgc suits; nil wool; sizes ;n lo li; our leguiar j..i values untl very iincij i.iiiuii'u. Spedal for Salurdaj ill $J(M)0 OIIht Men's Suits nt $22.50, $27..p)0 up to Jl'i.00 suns M) S' Ml our Ixi) s' suits, In ages 8 to IS jears, spcdallj priced for Salur- ihiv ns follows: Hemdar $0 311 - nr. I'I'Cll IlL'I'l: ill suits '"" mi:ys smiirs 15-dozcn lot of linns dress slilrls, in nil tlic laic stripes and patterns; regular $1.25 snlucts. Speclnl for Saturday sit 'J0 MLN'S OVL'ltALLS Made of extra lieav blue ilcnlm; union made; regular SJ.'J.'i v.ilues. for uSturdny ut Jl-95 mhn's svi:ati:us You run l)ti men's swculeis at the following reduilioiis: llegular 5.1(1 sweaters go at $7.50 llegular 4(i.10 swealcis go ut ..$l.&r 2.l.-. t-t. 3- 0 fe The Promise ...

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 November 1918

llii HOME UNDERTAKING CO. NO. UNDERTAKERS AND MJNEKAL DIRECTORS loin I i, is Nil luils of lderson, Oklaho in llic t i I i-nili tif4 fi lends. Ml'H. linlllIT IIOUSC Milled nl tin- of- lur Sunday iiikI aulisciibcd fur 'I lie Slur. Mr. ft A. Mccks, nn expert linotype operator (if i)iir lliiie who nl present Is in Norfolk, Vii., will in rive in ur city wilhin n lew il.s In take charge of The Tulsa Slur's iiiuclilnc lie Is sin excellent fellow nml a first-class prinlcr. I Inn O. It. Jefferson, prtniiiiiciit lawver of Munkogcc, wni in llic rit Siiiiiln nml .Mmiiliiy on liinlncss. Mr. Ityiirs, llic inline ban moved in Hie Wood's InilMiliM, Irouling nn (iki'iiwimmI .Street. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE AND UP-TO-DATE SERVICE - We Carry a Complete Line of Up-to-date Furnishing! " W. RAGSDALE, MGR. Phones: Day, 4280; NiBht. 3529 TULSA, OKLA In coiiversiilloii with Mr. Wiilson, wlm win here from Holey to-ilsi), he iiiforincil us thill his wns doing line in Hie feeil Imsincss in his town. He owns viihinhl...

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 November 1918

Colored Teachers' Association Meets at Okmulgee D ec 27 and 28th A FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE t sm RM I SiM m xT yW 7 VOL. 0 WEEKLY MHIL PrMTirivT J J i A i Tl'LSA iWWWWW!IWtlil..IUIll.lW.i..ww,wrw!,, OlvI.iV.. SATURDAY NOVEM Rur 23, l) is. "I'fffrrfrfff.rfffrr.KffKf.y.yrrt'KKKK I The Doctrine of Eternal Torment and Money vuucniug in me uiurciies are the Most Bias- ? phem.usof God's Character Than All Other? IS ; Ki've lo those less fni lunate. Errors Combined ""Mii;iM-.iM ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 'I lie doctrine of Pternal Torment was inlroiluccil b) Papac) to scare Hie pagans mid nuke tliem join lier sjslem and support her priesthood. It llourislicd ill Hie same lime tli.it Inill lights and Kludiatori.il contest were Hie public, amusements most en. jojed. 'I his doctrine or r.lcrmil Tonnenl nourished wvvhen Ihc cru s.iders were called lioly wins and when men and women were called heriliis and often slaughtered for speaking conlr.irj l (lie teachings of pnp.icy. Tlie majority...

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 November 1918

1Mb, TULSA i 'I A H i 1 1'ri ;i,a HTA h I'libllihcil vrikly bv II I .1 . Pf llltlflg llll'l Publishing ' omp 'I ' ll.'i Nor Ih lit' en wood A ihi' A J. M1IIIIILIMIAS. I.dilor mill I'lihlisln i MV. I I I I Ol PI -lf IIIIO. UAL MIMAS lamiMlng I 'IM 11 W. I'lLMOHL. ' ' llllllinil Mllliagl 1 1 I! ItlPilllN HAILS (,- , . )l .' M J I' III! 1 1 11 . vl f ti ) !. .'' Iiik' Colon il Hi 1 H Olllligl DM I''"' ! i Il Vl " I nlfl is II pnlu V lllllt' MIC I. SMItLfAlli IIAhf.lt tAl.hH OI.OHLD SOI.itlhlt.s I.N I KANC L llt-rliiD-i America I'Miinl of llrave (olnriil I rinipTn anil 'I hat 'I hey Until Nation'it History In I heir Hands War ( hief Warmly (reet- il ami r.aiiix Much I'lmt Hand In-liirinallim. TO aii'l valunl fighting of the Colored serve well thur ountrv and nvili- First publUhcd in the Tulsa Star, soldiers ontinue to come in It is nation Surh as jn.iv fall on the field November 11, 1918. s n ported that a ompan of the olil of battle, and mans willbejm.1 smile PUBLICATION NOTICE Ninth 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. — 23 November 1918

LOVE 'S DREAM REALIZED Patton-Walker Wedding llig Social. IVnni f TU- lln.l. -...... ui n.r nrvii, Miss Novella Lee Walker ami W. F. Pulton, liolh or Ibis cily, were joined In marriage nl 7 o'clock Inst night ill Hie residence of .Mrs. O'Neal, 51)2 N. Elgin, the ceremony terminating a romance of some two years duration. Rev. C. H. Tucker, pastor of the A. M. K. cliurcli, spoke the words Hint made the two happy young people man and wife, bringing to the mlmls of each :i fnll(V) realization of Ioe's sweet dream. The liride wore a heaiitifnl while headed georgette crepe dress, Ihe .Miss Ncvclla Lie Walker (now Mrs. ration) The happy hride of one day w Ini is a living picture of hiiiIIoh and Miiihliine. conventional veil caught willi l.illies of the Valley, white gloves and white slippers. She carried in her baud a beautiful hcnuqiiet of while loses and ferns. The groin wore Hie conventional evening suit and while gloves and ii broad smile. Miss Lillian Davis, one of Hie cit.v school te...

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 November 1918

PEI$S0NM Os wry Liixr ancioi SS Mi sms (). (,nil( unii , Ihixx.ml, nflci It. ins u ling Iiiisiih'ss in (hit ago, 1 1 Ini mil home tins xuk Ihcse Kflllliliicu mi- nulling "Ul xxidf-uxx-ukc business linn Miss IIiIIhiiI of .Muskogic bus bicn i xlsilor In our nl, iiml one tiiluiu giiillemnn Ims Ik oil mining mound i full fine nl smiles. Mis N'cxcllii I., , I'allon, till- liiiilc or SiiiiiIii cxi-ning's nuliiils, icicixitl i missiige xi'sli-nlnx i ning sliding lliillifi niiitK r In ollifi . .Iiiincs I. dki 1, xxho is iinxx in i'uclilii, Coin I iiln, is xcix low siik. Mir mux go I In I IiioIIh i's In ilsidt- soon, 0 Ilex luikir uiftl Ins tougn-guliou miiI llii' Mnr ii nil r sum of inoncx M-nulax mniiiiiig In liilp Ilic t ' t Minted. If inn) i- of our Iciiili'i i would manifest Iiml kiuil of inli-icsl In I In- Mm- il miiiIi1 lie ii il i Mini Slllll-SS. No om lU('StillllS lti I in ki is ItiMilh In Him- i-uli iptist s fl M.ijoi llrooks, llii- bin (igiii miikii of llu-Hun-, xxlm Ims II flllll...

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 December 1918

Colored Teachens' Association Meets at Okmulo'eeDEC. 26 and 27 A oim - auDSCRtrnax LIST MAfiCS y VALDABLt UEDTOM TOR ) ADVtnitSflta l FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE ! --- -a-l ------Hir'-- 4HB " ---- a k HMB;Wflie J"- ;fj ts -l ' r WEEKLY MAIL EDITION AOL. 7 TULSA, 01vLAHATlrHl)AY, DHCI&M HISK. 7. i!)18. NO. 53. The Man of The Hour BE HONEST WITH YOIHSELI' AND DECIDE rito.M Till: EVI dence as to who pke sents god's tiiiti: ciia acteu and 1m.an COL. E. D.JEFFERSON GRAND AIASTEIl ISSUES PUOCLA AIATION EDICT ('rami Master K. I). Jefferson, the .popular Iviiik-r of the Odd Fellows of "Oklahoma, working in harmony with the United States Food Admin istration lias Issued the following proelahatlon to the subordinate lodges of Oklahoma: Muskogee, Oklahoma, Nov. 21,11)18 Whereas, God in His mercy and In His own way has halted the war ring nations of the world that they may talk terms of an honorable peace; and, Whereas, during the Armistice the President of this nation through 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. — 7 December 1918

T M i TULSA b T A U TI IK'I'rLSAHTAK Published wccklv li Ihc'Iulsii Star Printing mill Publishing Compnnv nt 1ir North Orecuwood Avenue. A. J. SMUIILItMAN, Dlllnr hikI Publisher IIIKO. IIAUC.IIMAN Managing I'.dilnr i). v. rii.Moiu:. Ciriuhitinn Manager SUIWC1IIP1IO.S HATIS" (Inn Mr, $J(o Sl Month, $i,un $ . Throe Month, .00 l.ntereil as sc.ond eluss iiiuil unit tin, Tulsa, UklnhoniH. The war liua ended, but our people alimild keep on economizing along nil line; above nil others, the Colored Unco should prm th e slrii t ccoiioniv, mill li In rltl Ilsilf or Mime of I lit' cltriivitgitni habits t hnvc. I(car in mind Hun regardless In what son know there is ulwavs 11 dinner to know more, then loo. doii'l Inv night ur Hie fin I llt.it there lire others in the huniiin fundi) who knows 11 few things 'Hie Colored pin en 1 1 who live low down, nil kinds of 11 lire lieloie his 1 hild, tmiv look Tor Ihiil iliild loionie up Willi nouie of hiii c linriirlvl isitirs; llierefme set Hie proper exam...

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 December 1918

COMMENDS THE TLLSA STAR The following letter of conimeii Million was received al this office hisi Snliirday from u true nice nun ul Ncwh.x, Oklahoma: Newhy, Oklahoma, Nov. 2G, 1!)18. Mr. A. J. Smithvriiuin Dear Sir: Enclosed xou will find 81.5(1 for which Miii will please send me the Star for one xcar. I know not what conr.se others mnj take, hut as for me and iiin house we will read the Star. I wish the Star was in cxery Colored home in this country. Not long ago I was talking to some of m.x friends alioul subscribing for the Star and lhe. rerened to ou as a democrat. I told Ihem that regard less to what kind of a "cral" xou were, a man who would leave his home and go flfl miles to tr.x to In-lp save a Colored man from a imili was my man, and too, I referred them to an article that was In our paper a few days ago where ou said the white papers never published nnx I hi ng we do except the crimes and evil things; therefore had the world looking at us inferior beings. They had to ackn...

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 December 1918

THE Tl'IJA a T A k m J Jrn t l.otm u ' Wit fu- t aaa e iMtfydJbvt -.rf atnptar; ton. Ik )tlwii U, 1 Hrier Hi aad I feter iHt. tea. ttl-Mf, m abet Otrf ha KtMtiU.l oa ia to aada flee ia riita- 4 far Jaaart ami he Ukrart aad Mat Ueett. tke ftaaaU V.t lJsll. Ja ida. I C 3L The ;iMMl day wiB U a ! yean t vr .;. Millraaaai or 1 vorM 'ar4M '4 tdra, fiied wuh J1 happy uta4t 1m. 36.1-. Sit, I aarsit -twarJ, t-attvr HuwM bu UK(KK4 to U CtJ Brxf thae r aao tkal Ike Gentile had kate y prer a the workl fr wt tHUf WW ft and ead ae, IH1, A. 1. at wax time at duta; to prteaanry there iuM keaja tut f troaMe tarb at never vat tuare Ikerr vat aaUoa. 1 lee to tkr world to aatwer at to whether a taar of trouble broke aaar upoa Ike world ia 114. He hat farther ctalad f ally aev mat truukar m cod aad what She eoadrtMa of Ike vorid viM be at itt cioat. j I k u mt dear frteadt, i oa '"ft to an I aec tato what tke he h . ,c - - rt t u n -''. ' " " .. - i. ,- . - taeat -ill be dttfro, ed ta feat 'TTT-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. — 14 December 1918

jG ' 6 ) . -?( jColured Teachers' Association Meets at Okmulgee, Dec. 26 and 27 l. - TH "t FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUblltt t ) ' irss sss's P11! I wsea B9 I s XM JP1 M ODR Hill I VL A'fl It 1 'SB T SUDSCKimm. " I Baal Ihm I III skw- V w m.lll -fll-l list makes , KO. American Red Cross Presents Twelve-Star Service Pin to Colored Minister 'i Mk 4l ifr A its The Rev. R. H. Windsor o( Rayvllle, La., and the Twelve.Star Service Pin Presented to Him by the American Red Cross. Having tho right to nnd needing ii twelve-star service pin, the Itcv. It II. Windsor of Itayvlllc, I.a n zealous Ited Cross workiT, lias beta prt .scaled with a unique decoration liy the Amer ican Ited Cross. The father of nine teen sons, twelve of whom are with Uie colors, this genial colored minister of the ISaptlst church proliahly holds Uie record for sons In the mlllliiry service of the United Slalis. If there are any others with similar or hotter status, they are jet to he hoard from. In the accompanying...

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 December 1918

THE TULSA J.TAII Tho Tulsn Slur Published weekly by Hie Tulsa Star Printing anil Publishing Company at US North Greenwood A7cnue. A. J. SM1THKH.MAN. Editor and Publisher Entered as oond class mall mat ter. Tulsa. Oklahoma. SUBSCRIPTION HATHS Our Year, iM 54x MfMttM, Jl'.Ut I . TVee .Month", .0 BOSTON bai asked Congress lo to pan an anti-l) nch law. I1 esery i wn and cit in the country Join It ion in this laudible move. Il all n . ..m let's make America afe for I. iii.n.Tary. I VERY GOOD CITIZEN should l. ..me thoroughly acquainted with the word "conservation" and all that it meant, and then practice It in its entirety. We have entirly too man) spendthrifts. Let's all economite. PREACHING RIG SERMONS It not the only thinn expected of the Col ored preachers. Let them devote at least tome of hit time tellin our people bow to live; how to conduct and tupport race enterprise anil to buy homes MADE WITH HANDS. LET THE COI-OHED housewife "put op" something for the rata) da) which is sure t...

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 December 1918

v )jDO YOU WANT GOOD HAIR? ITS EASY IF YOU KNOW HOW. Wa Jiliiiiitl'iiotttro Ilnir nnd I in- prove fic (.ou'li unci ippcnviico y oi'Xnlurul Ilnir. " Every Woman Way Have Beautiful Hair DIXON & DIXON HAIR Mfg.Co. 4 ?ltf 75. Fifti St. Old 111 i ilfre c, A Complete Toilet Artoos Combs. I'ATItlOlIC IIAIX A UK: SUCCESS Large Crowd of lloth Ilacis Attends Ik'nefit li.ill nt Convention Hull .MiMiilnj Night, And i:tTj btlj Cn Jojed Tlieiiihcdvc-H Immensely. . seen. Hie liesl people of hull) races James Carter And .Miss Willie D.uli ere there, one to d.inee and the Announced Winners in Cake-Walk ",l'r lo w,i ss-ilihlng. Content, While Hunip) Campbell Among the spectators were Tom Takes 'I he Hiiiiorx in Piano I'lnj- MsWis. well known In business chclci Ing Contest. i"i " aclivit.v imbe home gtiaid; l'cn. limine, poiiilar haihir ami (From the Mm nhig 'I lines) iluiinellsi in the shiine band, Itoheit Cake-walking Is not alost int. This "()"1' Wilson, c undue loi of the Cad was proved lo the...

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 December 1918

THE WEEKLY TULSA STAR rae rai SKI I.AI WHO IS IN 'I Hi: WIIOLLSAI.H llUfel.NCSS fj ' si us. i.oitihi i WONSA.SON I III .ibllW IXllllllll woman (if dim lint i', Mrs. ( Ifinnns, is siutiss futlv iniidut ling :i wholes ilc giotti v, fiul, i unfit Mow r.v, d' , business in Hie Cilv of Muskogio, mill is making ii ice mil Unit is .1 i mill In oin ll.ii o Siine llir death of lu I litisb mil, Mis. CIi moils Ii is minim led this will ist.ililislml (iili'iiiiso, .mil lias ili'in. oiistrnli'il Mill slu possesses raic business lull Ml. I'm veins, Mrs ( Unions was one of lilt Ituir's fine inos Icachrcrs. I irs iiiililisliul Dec. III. Ill IS. PUIII.1CAIION .noiici: No. .1X8.1 In tin- Supi i ior Court of Tills i Conn. I, M.ilo of OKI ihom.i lloiiiv Win 1 1 n, Plaintiff, s. Ill i W.nrin, Difi'inl tut lo tlii'.ilioM' n iini'il Hi fi ml ml: on will lake until c tti.it ou have In on sunt in llu'iibovi' n.inuil Comt In tlio iilioM' iliiintiff, fm ii iliorie on tin' grounds of alnniloiuni'iit, .mil Unit...

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 December 1918

Colored Teachers' Association has been Postponed for 60 Days FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE J III lvflfl I IL. - mW e - L- m . Km v sunscjurow he u L3S2Fftm m i """ 00 ,:yhf'A tfW WEEKLY MAIL EDITION NO. 7 TULSA. ()KLAHATlTRDAY, mSOKAl B13R 21. 1018. VOL 8 HACK'S LEADING COTTON liL'YKIl V . V & X X X X V X X' X' X' X X X X Xi ft. I X I AAAAAAAAAAt tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA NOTED WOMVN KIH CTOIt Christmas Greetings Hun. (i. W. P. SAWNEIt, CliandU-r, Okla. In presenting the likeness of the above gentleman, wo do .so with Micchii pleasure, ns hi- is easily one of the mos successful men in our Unco. Mr. Suwiier lias served lliu people well, anil lias demonstrated, by bis sue. cessfnl dentines in cotton Unit be Is a nonius. At one lime be was n lonelier mill one of llie best wo have: lie successfully passed Hie slate examination as u lawyer, anil is truly ripe nltuiK Hint line, lie owils inneli of Ibis wood's goods, and bis life Is worthy of young men imitating. Ho has llie ronilden...

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 December 1918

THE TULSA STAR THE POOR PEOPLE'S FRIEND. SUPT. WILSON TO ADDRESS COLORED TEACHERS NEXT WEEK A. L. WELCH. Tlio abovo la tlio likeness of Hon A L Welch, atnlo insurance commis slonor of Oklahoma, who has won n wlilo reputation throughout tlio stato as "Tlio poor people' friend" This reputation lins been won ly nn earnest effort cm liU part to protect tlio com nion peoplo nf the statu from graft schemes sometimes practiced on tin suspecting policy holders Mr. Welsh Is ono of tho lending domocrat of our state. Ills popularity wag n marked eldencu of tho recent prlm.iry election when ho recolvod more votes than nn other candid ito on tho democratic ticket Of all tlio ninny good things that might ho said of Mr. Welch probably nono Is more commendable than his open fairness nnd impartial courtesy to colored people. Ho believes In tho democratic prin ciples which ilrow our country Into tho great world war and for which n great victory has been won llo thcrcforo believes tho colored man shou...

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 December 1918

Tim Tl ISA STK Wealthy Race .'.lau Makes Good LIEUT. EUROPE'S' COLORED BAND ' - tiaajaa asiF Thc above shows lliu likeness of Mr. ami Mrs. . ('.. IU-iiI of Musku gee, among thu wealthiest of our nice in Oklahoma, mill their hcauli- fill home. 'I hcse people iiri1 win Mi in. in hi Miskngic was guardian lor Mrs. Ik'iil. having been iipiiiiiiilnl li tlu ( hiiiU .1 iiiUt- of tli.il Cuiinlv. Mr. Hied iliil mil hike will In tin- custom, liul i w .is tun old mill Ion ill colli cash dollars more tlnin llncc i well established in lli.il ounl fni iiml ii half iiiillion ilolhirs, 'I hey lire ' liis objections In li.ie nn. effect. tin1 owners of more than 1 .TIKI .icies I I lis wile was nut of age anil lie of faun anil oil lamls in Oklahoma. ' was pnwcilcss to cuireel the eil. fiom vvhiih they ilraw a nioiilhls I lint as soon as his wife was of age ineome o mine lh:inl.,.."ill(l. ' he hail Hie guardian icnioscd .iller a Yel a IHII1J4 man, Mr. Iteiil is Hie ' hanl light ami look oer Hie enliie 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. — 21 December 1918

Hlr Tt!S STK Iho on his brt.ist Sgl. Stokes wears the emblem of the highest honor th t .r he (oiiferreil u, n a IlijM inn in in. 'Ibis insm for . e nmnths lull ,i NurM :i.i on the Chum. I ngni front, forintil n p.irt of the l-ri'.il iiKiihine wliicli b.iltered the Hun in to submission, set his escort AMERICAN BED CM): rife & SERVICE FOR NEGRO TROOPS G -. JT bl f V ..finer llurliinil was told, "We will sire ou in the but, hut that 'fellow' will hae to cut out side, or go up to ibe station to his own filks.". Of. cr Horl.ind replied, "No thank ou, 1 don't care In cat where this man is nut allowed". This accounts for die Chtiipus Altucks cuuteen hav. nig as guest Sgl. Ilorland and Sgl. Stokes. SS OWTEER:- I Its uit y J tf VSi 3il 1 KEIi -f x5X a.. it "imw-'. ir -j it Ik. kH sy'(irj HrJY i m -ntr-.i '-'-i'' n riff II Xll4 'i -lL I I il III v Sih. ri--TrfBi&trr-a-4iiQ.vyft, rtr v . v, .vn.-a,vtL &?&& ir-tx i-j&t. w-raEii iwftiaJKrj ov o r.r In tin i rinn ii i . r ...

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