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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 21 December 1918

THE TULSA STAR JLjifi Women all over the world reilue more and more that their work at home helped the men at the front It Involved great Mcrificei, hard work and unusual ph) ileal strength. Women at home should study nursing for the home A Rood war to learn li to aik jour druggist for a copy or tend COc to pubhshen of the "Medical Adviser," C63 Main St., lluflalo, N. Y., and get a copy of their 1,000 page book bound in cloth, with chapter! on Fint Aid, Taking Care of the Sick or Wounded, Phenology, Hygiene, Anato my, Bex rroblema, Mother and Babe. Nobody, man or woman, can do good work when health la impaired. If a woman la nervous or haa dlizy spells, suffers from awful paina at regular or ir regular Interval. the ihould turn to a tonic made up of herbs, and without alcohol, which makes weak women strong and tick women well. It i Dr. Pierce's Favorite Inscription, f-tni Dr. Tierce, Buffalo, N. Y., 10 centa for trial package. Bhawnce, Okla. "When 'Favorite Tre icrlptlon' ai used, I...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 21 December 1918

E THE TULSA iilAtt Tlio Tulsa. Star Published weekly by the Tulsa Star Printing ami Publishing Company ut 115 North Greenwood Avenue. A. J. S.MITHEK.MAN, Editor miii Publisher TIIEO. HAUGIIMAN, .Miuinglng Editor. Entered as .socond class mall mat ter, Tulsa, Oklahoma. SUUSCHIPTION KATES One Year, 11.50 Six MuntlM, ll'.UO t . 'Ilirce Month", .CO The Colored teachers will im ft at Okmulgee Dec. 27.28. Che lite old home a thorough clean, ing before ynlclldc sets in. A low, htimorul person is not lit to lead any one yea, not cen a dog. Let our people assist in every worthy, dial liable eutel prise. Extravagance is a mlll.stoui iiiound the Colored man's neck; cut it out. t Colored students throughout the United Slates, subscribed more than t-MI.IWtl to the War Fund. EAKTir R It EAT JLHILEE TO HE LltSIIEItEl) IN HKN THE KAI5AK 01' KA1SAHS IS DETIIItONEl) Tile whole Angelic Host of (iod I began to operate upon this waste and empty earth so Unit at the end of a period of "000 years, a light...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 21 December 1918

,D0 YOU WANT GOOD HAIR? i '$ M I ITS EASY IF YOU KNOW HOW. Wo iln nu l'tio lit vo llaiv tuid Im prove the Growth and nppenrnnoc of iVn t uml I In ir. Every Woman May Have Beautiful Hair DIXON & DIXON HAIR Alfg.Co. G13 B. Fifth St. I OJcm ul gee, Olcln homo. for the truth, I'hone 7378. MICH All!) J. 1111,1.. NOTICK The Creole SyMrm of growing hair Is the right 8) stern -It ha plcaaed the muni fastldlou. It will please )u.. It Is positively reliable. .Miu! am Hunt, la the ablest anil the imt skillful lulr cullurlet in the city. .Iter pleasing mnnner and skill vIH at once convince you. Come and give her a trial. 310 N. Elgin, Phone 10U WANTKD 1'ir.st class photogra pher. Women preferred. Good sal a ry for rigid parly. A. S. NKWKIHK STUDIO 'J I N. Greenwood. Tulsii, Ukliiliulm. 1IK. NLGHO CONCKHN f A Complete Initio of Sundries, '..Toilet Articles nnd Strninhtnin'r I A Combs. " y ! rat--ijL-rwt---.j-. -. -- .-. N01ICI2 HY PUMLICATION fethle iii:iii lo express. The antityp. wite woul...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 21 December 1918

THE TULSA STAR 1 k. Zi A n 8.5 i re c V o " COO u y O O u re tl t inno antr M I MZ - - ' KJA'i I-." B "TO w k t.i x v inmTkvB A Class in Carpentry. COLORED AGRICULTURAL AND NORMAL COLLEGE LANGSTON, OKLAHOMA J. M. MARQUESS, President A General View of the C. A. and N. University and Campus. i ii ?wiTyt aminij CD LTD- m? v miki -.- a wtt i...szb vicx-i - v One of the Gym Classes. A Class in Sewing OUR ONLY STATE SCHOOL If you have not visited our Colored Agricultural and Normal University at Langston, Okla., you should do so at once. You should licet our congenial and pleasant President, J. M. Marquess, and his rorps of faithful co-workers. Physical Culture has recently been added to the courses here. The girls are being developed in a way to fit themselves for the strenuous reconstruction days to come. Uniforms are being put upon the boys and correct carriage and high spirits are resulting therefrom. Domestic Science is being taught and applied in a practical way. These classes prepa...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 21 December 1918

THE TULSA STAR Tfc State Institute For Colored Deaf, Blind and Orphans Taft, Oklahoma Established in 1910 by the State Legislature of Oklahoma. Located in Muskogee County, Ten Miles West of Muskogee, on the Midland Valley Railroad. HIGH, HEALTHFUL AND SANITARY. An institution for the training of the hand and mind of the Unfortunate Colored Children of Oklahoma. Wonderful Progress of the D. B. and O. School. This institution was established eight years ago and placed under the supervision of S. Douglass Russell, who was found er of the school, and who served as its first superintendent un til seven years ago, when Prof. J. R. Johnson, then assistant superintendent, was appointed to succeed him. When Prof. Johnson was appointed superintendent lie immediately inaug urated a new system for the conduct and operation of the in stitution and following this system step by step has put this school at the head of the class among the institutions of its kind in this state. The records show thi...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 21 December 1918

THE WEEKLY TULSA STAR Mrs. Cjiilhln Mostly, who is now in Kansas (.lly, Mo.( remembered The Tulsa Shir with her subscrlp. Hon this week. Mrs. Moscly Is un hdmirir of 'Ihe Slur, iiml btsidcs rending II lurself, always has u kind ivord to sn) for the paper. Hcv. r.illiiT W. S. J. (.h.illough. Iiikzlsc, grand our oHIte Mondu). Wc IIIC IliwilJS tjl.ltl 0 llll.lt IlliS able nan. lie bus nude it ftiNonililu im. picsslon on the people in this imii of tiiu world. L.MI.NKNr EDUCATOR AND Mr. j. Phillip, of Sopu, , STRONG RACE .MAN Sunday In our cltj. -J .. i . iimta'Z.'KGZs.mvziziBtz.x-..- is I'rof. J. V. Hughes, the popular uliii'iiloi, is ii Hie html of the Red Cross mow mining our pcnulc, mid is bus) toilet ting Hinds, mid appointing assistants to lulp in the l.itidible move. Lwij one should conliibulc, Ihuiibj helping to bring ihur to some poui, iiiifoitunnle, who is not able to lulp himself. Sic l'rof. Hughes, and "do jour bit." Unite ti iiuiiibtr of itpiiscnlallw mtii iiml women fiom s....

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 January 1919

Let Us All Resolve to be True American Citizens; to Fight and Die for DemocracyHERE AT HOME A Fearless Exponent of Right and Justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored Raco. ' WW mi m J .W Weekly Mail Bdition It Should bo in Every Colored Homo. Tho Star Alroady lias a Largo Subscription List, Which Makes it a Valuable Advertising Medium. NO. 7 TULSA, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY, JANUARY -1, IS) 15). VOLDans 9 SIXTY-TWO LYNCHINGS DURING 1918! America's Disgrace Lynching Itccord I 'or 1918. Tuskcgee, Insllluto, Alii. Dec. 31, '18. Dear sir: I semi j on Hie following relative to lynching for Hie year: According to the records compiled by Monroe N. Work, in charge of recods and Research of the Tiiskcgec Institute, there were lil! lyncliings in 1918. Tills is 'J I more llian the niun her 38, for the year 1017. Of those 1 nclied, i8 were Negroes and 1 were whiles. Five of those put to dcatli were women. Sixteen, or a little more than one-fortli of those put to death, vcre charged with rape...

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 January 1919

lUe TULSA kTAl Tito Titian Star I'ulilislicil weekly by the Tulsn Slur "rlntlng nml Publishing Company it t 1 15 North Greenwood Avenue. A.J. SMITH HUMAN, Editor nni) I'nhlislier TIIEO. IIAIICIIMAN, Managing Editor. Ruined us St'snnd class mail mill ici, Tulsa, Oklahoma. SUHSCKIPIION HATES On Yr.it, $1.50 Six .Month, $1'.U() $ . 'Iliree .llnnlliH, .CO race prejudice wii.i, causi' i in: next war 'I here is very Utile iloiihl us to Mil rniispicirius p.irl"ll;ife prejuilice" Is going to plii in llie ailjiisliiienl of the world's iillniis; the llncc question,, no iloiihl. will pioe ii wry kotl) one-one Him will icqiine niiieh se rious eonsideriilioit. Jiip.in promises to he lhc foiemost factor in ilcnumd iiiKu siii:ire denl, iiud the siune lienl ment for llie Coloied Races as the while rare inju. A pruuiiuenl Jiip.inese prnliels licit the nest wiir will he the outcome of niee picju dieesj th:i the Coloied Knees me steadily developing! their civilization nml there is no wn in nil the wor...

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 January 1919

The Creole System Hair Grow ins; is the Best The Creole Sj stem of growing hlr li the right ijiteni .It has pleased the most fastldlotv. It will please you.. It Is posltirely reliable. Madam Hunt is the ablest and the most skillful hair eulturist in the city. .Her pleasing msnner and skill will at once conrlnce yon. Come and glre her a trial. 310 N. Elgin, Phone 10W DKEAMLAND THEATKE NUMIIEIt 2. Will bo Opened In Muskogcc Januiiry IS Mr. J. V. Williams relumed from Muskogee Wednesday, where he closed the deal for Ihe "Wigwam" Theatre, which will, hereafler, he known us Dreamland No. 2. The Johnson-Fisher Stock Compa ny will open litis Theatre with "The Slacker," featuring, "Hahy" Fisher and "llumsky." The chorus will re ceive several new meinhers, and the singing will he a fealure of Ihe open ing. In tuldition to the excellent program hy this high-class Vaude ville Company. That great picture, "The Whip" will he seen al Ihe open ing. Considerable money is heing spent to make Dreamla...

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 January 1919

THE WEEKLY TULSA STAR EERSO Ipncp Hon. I I SiiiMlcr visited home full's at Guthrie Okla., during the hnlidavs .mil i epulis ii pleasant lrii. Mr. Slurinnii Hohinson received n message this week Hint liis .son was critical!) ill, mill tin nt once fur his bedside nl llobarl, Okla. TiiIsii enjoyed ii real Mint- Xnnis: not even tin finest was made among our people. 'Mini's the wii) II should lie observed. Mr. G. G. Hobinson left Sunda) for Ills lioine. Fort Smith, after spending ii few days with his daughter, Mrs. Clarice Tinsey, ,'ll.ri Muslim Street. Mr. Luther Smith, one of our hag gage men, gave The .Star an older for printing this week. These lire Ihe kind of men -sho help make Ne gro enterprises u sneers. Ilev. Bryant, father of Dr. Bryant, of the Economy Ding Stole, has been a distinguished visitor to our city during the week, lie is a lead er in his state Alkansas and has and is helping to make history for the Colored llaee. The Johnson-Fisher Stock Co., mi aggregate of vaudevil...

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. — 1 February 1919

v "m , 'i " ,f. ' :vvvv IS Itf FJ Nfr, , -El It Should bo in Evory Colored Home. Tlio Star Alroady has a Largo Subscription List, Which Makes it a Valuablo Advertising Medium. A Fearless Exponent of Right and Justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored Race. V Wcclclv Mail Edition NO. 1G TlTL,SA. OKLAHOMA SA'IVHDAY IKI'-kTAKV I. 1IMS) VOLUM K17 WKjmtn rcs m mm rap f V&m'HSZ8M BTk MMfe.- Kw Bfl H hjj tfl , PJ, Ejl VEi. wj c us 'k - jQj H Br a- '-&$ WBifeKs . , NEGRO SOLDIERS To the Germans AMCuicA's coi.oi(i:i) soi.i)ii:us Arc llie ItojK Who Slruck Terror A uii'iit news iti m seal fiiiin tlio Amine. in Ami) nf Oi i np.ilioii in Prance s.ijs: Whcrcvir Aini'iic.iii ucgiots have nppcarul in he nic.i occupied li llif Americans the) have attracted gicut attention among Hie livilians. In Ticiir, Cnblcn mill othci plan's during tin- e.ul) davs of tlii' oc(iii.i. lion, crowds assembled whcicvci ;in negio soldiers slopped in the ill iris mill il was nccess.ir.s Inr t lit. iiii1...

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. — 1 February 1919

THIS ILLbA iTAit Tho Tulsn Star I'uhlishcd weekly 1 the Tulsn Sl.tr I'rlntiiiK mill I'uhlMiiiiti Company ill 110 North (Irccnwood A'.cnuc. A. J. HMITIIIIK.MAN, ICdllnr unit Publisher IIICO. IIAI'CIIMAN, MhiiiikIuK IMIInr. Cnlctnl us somhiiI i'Iiiss mull unit l I , I'lllsil, Oklllliolll.l. HIJIISCKIIMKIN ItA'IKH One Vr.it, SI Jill Six .MihiIIm, St.lMI I . 'Hire- .tliinlliH. XI) i. tin on iiiiiis of iin- wiiiiiitii, (Kim.) I'liilrsl, mill iuilr n lew lime ini'ii mi- nt Tojicl.ii in HhIiI "lim Cross" li'Mislntiiic, uhiih linlililr up ill cuih silllMK (if lite I.eMlshiluic ol I I til t Stllll'. IN A LOCAL ncwspii Ihctc iiiii'iili'il mi nl III lr under tin' In'iiil inK. "Inilimi ili'M'iM's m lliliiM lor liis ssm k ilui intf lli" wiir." Whnl iiImiiiI tin- Coloicd limn? Il sri'ins tlmt sve sliuillil i iniii' in I'm mimic run slili'i'iitinn, l.liV tiii: coi.im:i people nr ituh- iiiiiiiiI, Vn., mi' il:iiiniiiK lii npci.ile u Coloicd d.iils iii'vsp.iii'i', in thr ' ni'iir I tit in t". 'I'ulsi...

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. — 1 February 1919

K X" X x X X X s X X' X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X' X X X' X X' X" X' X X' X X X V X X' V X' X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X .1 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X ii X X X X X KKHKW?KW:,K " l"r .. frvrrr.. 'vrrx,r.P'.rMrr.:. THIS flOS T YOUR w m a-J lb bflHIBM BMHka H Hta- B To get the Best Race Paper in the Southwest ONE YEAR for just Mfc MMl tmt mm DOLLAR This offer holds good only during the month of FBBRUARY. 1919 No Agent's Commission MAKE ALL CHECKS OR MONEY ORDERS RAY ABLE TO THETUL A FAR J3xx 1568 Tulsa, Oklahoma 'WAWVAM'A'M WW X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X .X X X X .X X X X X .X .X .X X X .X .X X X X X X .X X X .X $ S .X .X .X .X X X X X ? .X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X .X .X .X .X X X X X .X .X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X .X .X X 3 .X X .X .X .X .X .X X 3 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X .X X X X X X .X .X X X X X X .X .X .X .X .X X X X X X X...

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. — 1 February 1919

THE WEEKLY TULSA 8TAK ,l!.'. J J I 11. mi1 ! 1 a U D1U.11J - - 1.' ' - JEFF CLARKE MEETS ROUGH HOUSi: WARE Jnplin (ilmnl lii lli'liirn In Olil Slump ing CrmiiuU fur I'iflreii Kiiiinil llll Willi New Orlcim llc.iv) wilglil. .Ti'Tf Choke, Iii-iivv weight liiiltli'i, I IK )f llll' IIIM'I HIllll.H' W till t'VIT I rod llii' lionnls In lliis viiinilv mill who hill rci'cnll) ilnwni'il Hugh WiiI kii' in Inpllll fur llll' plivilcgc ol uncling llillv Miskc, mill MimihIi IIuiisi Wiur, New Oilcans Imlllrr, vlm Ins i leiiti'd iiiihIi i iiiiiiik'IiI In his ii II I ics ill tin' I". ii img ml, wii ln)ed iiiiinv iiiiiiiiN Willi noun' nl lliu rnii'mnil riilmril lingslci in I In IiiiiiI, have lii'i ii mull lit'il fiir ii Ifi i' mill Imiil I ! 01 llic I'lmi'iiix A. C. i Cnnvriiliur hull, I i n I . i , Fib. .'I. 'I hul Clmkc is iiiiiilnr in lint VM'lllll) WIIS ftllOWII ll Mil' ll'll'llllllll In received whi'ii hi' fii If i -il Hit' i nig In .liiplin In fin i' IIiikIi Walker: lluil hi' I chilli lilt ligh...

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. — 15 February 1919

PS851 flW Tl ''''" f' , A Fearless Exponent of Right and Justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored Race. IstO '2 I RECOGNIZING COLORED ki:( (hjni.im; coi.oiu:!) U.sWS WOltlTI Tvvn (Olilllll Women have i, 111 Mull guild Icionls (is ovoise.is s u larics of Y. M. C. A., tli.it the com plolo unit is sunn Id be sent out for canteen seivioo. 'I lie Paris ofllco lias spcciallv icqueslcd this unit ami llii'), arc being selected bv l)r Jesse K. Mooi l.iml Coloied sociclur) in Washington. Only women icpro SCIllIllg tin- von, highest tCS III till1 Negro Ituco, ami ones p.u liculai Iv lilted for litis brunch nl mt i c will III' cIlUSC.l, 'I lie III si Coloied woman to sail wealing the "Y" unifnrm was Mis. Helen Cut lis, 'JOS V. llllh St., Now York In Mav last vcar. I'or a luuu her of rars she hail heen a nieiiiher of Hie Committee of Management for llie (filmed Womeii's Hr.imh of Hie Y. M. C. A, ami she hail assisted at the Camp 1'plon Hostess House. Her l.ile IiiisIi.iiiiI, James 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. — 15 February 1919

THE. TULSA 8 T A m Tho Tulsti SLnr I'ulilislied sei kl b) Hie 'lulsn Star Printing mill I'lihlishiuK Com i.di ill I IT) North Circmwood Avenue. A. J. SMirilKltMAX, Kditor mnl Publisher llll'O. II.UNillUAN, MunuitiiiK I'tUlnr. I.ntrrcil as somiikI tints mini iu.it ter, I'tilsii, Oklahoma. tiUl'SCKIIMIO.N HAILS Our War, $1.50 Six .MontlM, Jf.UO . 'Ilirco .llniilli", .no 'Unit i(iiiilui iiliiiiitui, I'mf ton Mi Noil nl Liilmiln, M'lil I hi- SI. n .i Mill- lil' i link lliis wnk tin juli piinliiiK. l.on lias ulwuvs In en lull of Unit- ii nit spliil I li IhihH lirmnl, tins In t- able In make fiitnils l.i I tin- Ciilnrt'il iiiiin iut in Int lime ilniiiK snintlhiHK .nlli while, llll! llgf III f!llIHIllllK Is II II Hi' nl Hii' p.isl. Our Ituic must mil lie sutisliiil willi its Imllimil ii-niiil, hut ktii mi ii 11 1 i I i' smash mil nun mind. pouci'i ii'. win wi.ix. .sor n.T! UMIl.ll Mil. CAI'IIOX, "IniKil II," inn win III itinlimpuiui-,, lilt' "lll.uk Gil," liiltei known us Ihi' "lll.uk l)ls...

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. — 15 February 1919

THE WEEKLY TULSA STAR Something New in Tulsa! The R. Morgan Hat Shop Ciicno Counted nt 721 iV. Greenwood St. whon you wntit n lint of Good Style and Uj-to-l)ntc, o to R. Morgan at Shop MltCl.MA COUNI AOE.VIS i Mcer at hampion ' ILimpIo, V.i, J. in. '1 liv Cohiriil I ui ui.itiiiionxtai tiuu agents ul Vir ginia have just liuishcd a linn. il.i cociilciciicc ,it ll.iiiiptiin Institute. Ihe) diciisscd "l.llcctive Comiuunit) Oiganizalion Work," "(.o.opciatioii o School .mil Dcmoiisliuliuu I in' ccs'lhc l'Jl'J Piobiani lor (.lull Work," "DiiuoiiM.ii lion Piojeds," .mil ollit'i piohleius relating In the propur lomliiit ol extension woik UllltlUg t.llllll'IS. Among lliiiso who spoke will': Di. Jllllll'S I., (itll'gg, I'liiicip.il of ll.iinp. ton liistiliilu, "Count) Agents idi- proeItui:il Lire"; C. A. Milli'i, W'.isli. iiigton,, I). C, Ili'lil ugcnl Tot Iih in ili'iiioiisti.itiou work in Vn ginia, West Yitgiiua, Mar) laud, .mil Ivcn. luck), "I'.ilnolii' l.iiki.il Sciviec ol the Colin ed Pio...

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. — 15 February 1919

THE WEEKLY TULSA STAR Mii. M. N. Jlurilv eiitcituliii.il lhc women ill the .MIloiiiirj Sotlel) of Hie C. M. Ii. Chimb lust Prhla). Mr. 11. lliilluiil hud Ihe nilsfoi lime uf Kitting lilt hoi to full into a well, unci drown out in the Giccuwood ml. ilillou, Salunl.i). Mr. II. I.. 'I humus one of out sscll kllUWII l IllIMS, ItllVCS this Wick foi (lithrle where he goes In he Healed til Ihu I'mk .Siinitiiriiiiii h) Hi. Con. mil. Mr. 'I humus is one of liilsn's ifliclenl till iters. Mrs. It. II. Strung ol Huillesvilh wms In thi' cit on business lust wiek and while here fitvoiul us with hi'i Mihiuriplioii in llic Mm lor one enr. .Mi. and Mrs. Sluing have iniulr nr. iiiliMciiu'lils to crrt I ii business house ut Sinid .Spilngs hi Ihe ueiir Inline. Mr. II. NV. 1 1 "Kim or KeHKi. Uklnho. mil was hi Ihe i it) ii lew Imuis Moll, ilii) imiiiile to Kansas (.il In join hilt wife who bus hem Ihere several months iindei the cm e of n specialist. 'Hie Divie Iheulie InMiied u. with :i laigit sue onle...

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. — 22 February 1919

It Should bo in Every Colorod Home. Tlio Star Already has a Largo Subscription List, Which Makes it a Valuablo Advertising Medium. A Fearless Exponent of Right and Justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored Raco. Wcclcly Mail Bel it ion NO 22 TULSA OKLAHOMA, SATCHDAY KKBUUAKV 22 1)1). VOLTiaiK 7 PRES. JOHNSON HAS MADE GOOD! -I J.iJ L-iJL LJ Unfairness Marked The Attack Made on Head of Taft School i iinditioiis time .iml rtpoilul their findings (HIT llii'il piolest in give llii- same .is their iiason fin iiskuiK tti.it JiiIiiisiiii hi' liiuiiviil if llii' I'llltm of the 111. ilk Despatch li.nl manifested so iniiili i umiiiiiii f.ur. i ni'ss as In Ii.im- p.ml llii' silmnl .1 Mslt .111(1 slllll)lllg Mil' KllllllllllllS Ihi'ie liiiiisi'lr lii'luii' attacking llii'1 liusi'iit management tl'i'ii llii- pull. I.. lil In. niittiiiil tn nii. full in 1111,4111 ii uiiiiinii ... n " ..I.. ( iii'ilriiii' lo tlii'ii repot! lo the gov. iiiiiiininil lluir ACCOIIDIMi IO A lU.I'Ulir pub lished...

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. — 22 February 1919

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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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