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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 22 February 1919

I HACK WOMAN UKMK.MEHHS SI Alt MtAlester, Okla., 1 tb. 13( 1UIU. Mr. A. J. Smllhcrm.iii, .Sii : On hearing u f out noble dud, uiid loo leading il through in paper, 'Mil- St .1 r, I congr.iliil.ilc ou to Hit' highest on behalf of the Huie hele.it McAlcslei, and red lh.it 1 i.iiinot ilo enough for tht' St. ii' .mil ils St.ill. lo show in) .ippitLi.itioii, I him vending J on some substiibcis thai have hem scunetl hui', felling lh.it (Ins will lit? of some ht'iiffit to uu in llgling the gieat hallle of lift' Toi III.' lt.Kf. On lulling ii lad) or our nohlt' 1 asked ht'r Tin ,i silhst ilplion. s.uil. "es, I lit? Slur f.in have .itl, she ins iuhsi iiplion, mill I onl) wish tli.it I timid shake lilt' h.iiul of tlu tililoi. lion. A. .1. Smillici man. I have i'ptrii'iiit'il some ol our happenings. When tilt? lcleslci News Capital It'fusi'il to puhhsli .in .irt it It- th. U w.is sfiil pi :is :i protest against Hit- l.vuthiug tf a Colored in. in :il llillshoio, 'lesiis, the) pi om Isftl nit' I...

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. — 22 February 1919

TIIE WEEKLY TULSA STAR A vci) interesting iru(jriiin was rendered hI Hie M. I.. Chinch Sunday niglll. Mr. J. Murphy and wifu of Hcntles. vlllo an Ived In tho clly Sunday even, ing. Mm. Alliciln Wililiims uml lllllu miii, afiei siiumlliitf wvornl days in OklBlwinu CHy, rulurmil home .Sun. day. Aim. Iuiiln 'I. Williams, one or oin popular hindm'tii women, visited .MilikoKc .Suiiiluy. Mi. .1. J. Whitney uml IiIHi- win kip (lie (inciln ol Mr. mill Mrs. John . I'lriTP, 2tm N. Mmlisoii SI. Alli'r u delightful lili lo Kansas uly v, C. II. Tucker win with Ins People Sunday, iiinl picinlicil escel mil seiiunus. Mm. Julia Jours, who loslilod "I :l N. I'riuiklorl SI., will lie uirud fiinn Ihe Homo Umlciliikiug Com. puny No. 2. Tlii'ii' mo 70 pupils in Hooker 'I. Wusliiugluu High Siliool, an in iicasc ol nine lor Hie seeoiul Icon, in Hooker T. W.islii MKto'i (1111111111.11 Si Intnl. Ihcio me I.S.'i sludeiits, mi in. (ii'HM'ui IKI over the llrsl trim. 'Ihe mioiiiI lei in of Duuli.ir slailed oil ...

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 May 1919

It Obould be in Ererj 0Ucd Home. The Star Already hu a Large Subscription List, Which Mokes it a Valuable Advertising M odium. A Tearless Kxponent of Right and Justice. An Uncompromising; Defender of the Oolored Race. ---o - ?r . uw wg4 VO' v iffl . W NS Veer7v Miii Edit ion VOTA7MI3 8. 1M) Tl'L-SA OKLAHOMA, SA'IVKDAY MAV 24,11)10. c Federal Government and Lynching TIIK ANTI-LYNCHINC COX CONTEUKNCK. Till' notable nut ! -I nrlii tiC ronfrr rncc held lit Carnegie li:ill during tin first days or this week was iinlntiK' in Hint it IiioiikIiI together many dis tinguished northerners mil southern ers upon the great menace to Ameri can clvllialion. It whs notiililc fur llii'i In that It link cryslalizcd senti ment among llirin and tlu-ir kim', ikii Hi and south, as to its deep nalini al disgrace and danger. We do not believer, however, that this confer ence or annual conferences, will serve to either permanently or ma . tcrially decrease the IIUIUIICI Ul lynrhin.qs or lessen llieir barbari...

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 May 1919

PAGE 2 TULSA STAR, SATURDAY. MAY 24, 1919. BIG FIGHT STARTSINCAPITAYGITY COLORED CITIZENS OF OKLAHOMA CITY HOLD MASS MEETING TO PROTEST AGAINST SEGREGATION flkliiliiiniii City May 22 I'nur linn died iiiliiri'il rltl'i'tm met ill lli lull miu In Ilnpllst rhurdi n this (lly mi Miiinliiy night I" i:i' oxprfNilon In Ihelr IiiiIIkiiiiIIiiii mill itlKiiipronl u( the m (Ion of Hid (lly nlllt'liil 1 1 ere In putting Inln fort n tlin sogriigntlon nr illume (if this i'lly dy ttui iirrost last wnk nf Win l'lnjil, n tnlnn-il limn of till rlly. fur moving Inln II liousn wlili h Ini linil purcliiiai'd In u block Mlu re wlillo resident wi rn 111 tilt' imijKi lly 'I he mentlng was rulleil In (inlnr liy Ilr A II Whllb), president of the ln.il brunch of the Nnllnunl Assoc In Hun fur tlin Adwiui'oiut'iit nf Colored People, who staled Hiii Jiurpono of the i, ill for n iii.ikh mooting, after whlih Mr Kloil, wlin wn tlin Inln victim nf Hin Oklahoma City segnigntlnn onl limine, ttim Introduced nnd ri'lnti...

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 May 1919

TULSA STAR. SATURDAY. MAY 24. 1919. PAGE 3 TWENTY THREE RECEIVE DIPLOMAS Five Hundred Visitors See Graduation Exercises and Hear Address of Attorney-General Prince Freellng. Langston, Okla , May 23 Tho Col ored Agricultural and Normal Univer sity has been a very busy place this 'neck and from last Sunday to tho present writing fully 1,600 have visited tho grounds to witness some part of a very extensive program which will run up to and Including Friday night. Through It all President Marquess seems to bo tho Hon of the hour Thoso who attended tho exercises here this year, so far as could bo learned agrco that the school has nev er had a more successful and highly Interesting commencement program Tho dally program from Sunday till last Wednesday night was follows' Pronram For Commencement Week. SUNDAY, MAY IS. Ilassalaurcato Sermon, 11 o'clock. Songfcst, 4.00 o'clock. MONDAY, MAY 19 Annual Musical, 8'00 o'clock. TUESDAY, MAY 20. Class Day Exercises, 2:30 o'clock Ilaso Hall, 4:00 o'cl...

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 May 1919

PAGE POl R i U l. a A tl'AU The Titian Star Published weekly by Hie Tulsa Slnr 'rioting and Publishing Company 115 North Gri'cnwooil Avenue. ut 15 A. J. SMITHER.MAN, Kdltor and Publisher THKO. IIAUGH.MAN, Managing Kdltor. liiiterrd nx socond rliiss niuil mat iti. Tulsa, Oklahoma. BL'USCKirriUN RATES One Yer, HM SU Monllu, Sl'.OO t . Three .Month", .CO Popular Price Store Special May Inducements 7?or Ilia vet't to Thrifty JSiojjcts in Women's Read yto Wear Jtr.Wr.r,iir.rii;tr.i!i'ii'iriir.wii"iMMi Dere Aleible, Famous CxciiIhIw Agents fin the (Jin-en ((ualil) Shoes fur Women Others to select from I'riecs pp to ,$42.50 Colonel Clarence II. Dougl.Hs ' secretary of the Tulsn Chamber of Commerce, has appealed to Hie street car cnmp.in.N to provide am ple accommodation for its Colored patrons in order hi present a clash between the llace an certain cms used by Colored servauls in going to and from their work nights and inoinliiKs. and therein hangs n tail. For some time complaints have be...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 24 May 1919

THE WEEKLY TUIwiA STAR PAGE FIVE ELLIOTT & HOOKER jjjlClotliing, Shoes, Ladies' Ready-to-YVear Millinery and Notions "Permanent Snli&rtictiou or Itour Aojicv 2icc."" The Lads'Store as well as Dads A Orders Carefully At tended to. 11!) .V. Greenwood Street, Tulsn, Oliln Oris Hair and Ueaut Culture Glover's Hairfirower& Pressing Oil rSijJjLLkr On Mciin Fourth Wo Want Your Confidence and Your Patronage Those preparations liar no equal. Itcmembcr, knowledge n nut i;len to one man nlnrc, and that one preparation in eontinnnllj mirpaxxinK the other Price: Oris Hair (Iron er .. ."0c per Imxj OrU Special (iron er GOc per bus Orlx Pressing Oil ... . 3."c clu 7."c ier bos t)ri Temple (irinver l c per Hoi Oris Sliampoo .Tic per Jar I'etter Ilarlur.ltcli Itellef 33c tu 7."ic per linx Wrinkle Cream - ."iOc per jnr Mile. Cnuna Hums I'renilne Iron - -- 7.c to $2.00, Stovt" $2.00 Jackson .Money for kooiIh and mailing serl by I', O. money orders. Special Terms to Acents and Hair Dri-siin...

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. — 24 May 1919

PAGE 6 TULSA STAR. SATURDAY. MAY 24. 101Q. HENNESSEY, OK LA. Tlio Htnr min stopped oyer a fow hours In llonnonsoy to Rot n poop nt tlio progress of llm raco a ml found our peoplo n litllo more representa tive limn tlinno at Enid At tlili little town tlio rnco ban at Icisl ono rrodltiiblo Rrocory storo, which Is rondiirted liy I! I) Johnson, solo owner Mr JohiiHim linn boon In business for tho past X urB anil In consldorod n nticcosful business man For 19 voars befora iipunlnK busi ness In HonnosHoy ho 1 1 soil with his f.illior mi n farm nt Dover Mr John nnn rimimniidn tho lion h sham nt raco polionaRO anil In rapidly making Rood In thn business world. Almvii atl, rlrlH, hit In unmarried Turner's Cafe. It mil tho only ono, thin in nt any fato th lending ctifo oporatod hy imunhorH of tho r.iro In Hoiinessey Mrs l.ury Turner, a pioneer citizen of (ho town, being proprlotromi Mm Tnnior moved to Honnonsey with her husband nt tho opening In '8'J from Tnnokn, Knn. and his lived thoro uver...

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. — 24 May 1919

PAGE 7 RELIGIOUS PACIFIST GREATEST INDIVIDUAL FIGHTER OF WAR TULSA STAR. SATURDAY. MAY 24. 1919. e4 old toi oU xXtt Corporal York, "Battling for the Lord," Slew 24 Germans in Machine Gun Nest, and With Five Assistants Captured 132 ot the Enemy, Including Four Officers -Was Willing to Drill, but Not Kill. By FREDERIC J. HASKIN. In tho Chicago Dully Nev Nahvllp, Tcnn. Up began his mil itary carper as n religious conscien tious objector. Ho wns cnnvlncid of ttio need for killing Hermans by nrgu merit"! ilrnwn from tlie Illblc. And lie tided on this conviction liy killing St Germans In a mnchlne Ron nest, with his rifle, and capturing, with five as sistants, 132 of the enemy, Including four ofllcers. This achievement of Corpornl York, which has boon called by General Per shing the greatest single exploit of tho wnr. has become famous, but the man himself remains unknown. And mircly such a man deserves to be ex plained. You want to know what sort of n chap he Is, and what environment fos...

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. — 24 May 1919

I Mil I li. H I "HIE WEEKLY TULSA STAB it ? I he Indie nf tin- M. I., cliiir.li scrscd Salurdat in tin- I'm I Hi-ill 11 I, lit- oirii-i-. lli-. W. C. Wood rolled Inst Sun i!.i iiml lift hi mi order fin wiiii piiulliitf. tin- Indies ir Ml. Inn scrtcd (11 11 ihp in finnt or lli-v. Ni'llierlnniiS li.ulnr simp last S.itiiriln). (ifl (iur supplied t tin' Wi-lmnii C.iouTj mill Munt Mulkcl, xsheic oil net tin- hi"t In Hir nmrkel mul il in li i-h as i lii-iip nr t heiipcr Minn tin Kit mitwhcic else 'Hit- llnlliiiiiii store, 112 Ninth I.I Kill sticil, will loliliPil ht il Colored iii.in of close iiiiln MlMMI 'I lip roll-hi-r covered Hit- men limit wllh n pistol mul in nip him limiil over lili inonrs. Atlunu-t I. II. SH1lkH Here. Atlomct I. II. Spiiim of Tulsn. was in the piipltol Tucsdnt. lie whs hi-foie the snpieinr eourl. I'liesilttt linn tiltiK rcplesrntiiitf the estiiti- if lliihulle J. Mltihell ts. P. Noirls llrtniil. Ill.uk Disp.ilt It. 11.ASSV I.UNC'HKS al--WKI.I.S-S UbICK I.UNLII SI ...

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. — 31 January 1920

v : MTtZ I"J J .'. :-; ' F 7 "? qp . W II I Ilii- IIH will A Fewles Exponent of, Right tind justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. -! ! W -p Larger Circulation than all the combined Colored Weeklies in Oklahoma. Read THE STAR and keep in formed on all current issues. h A . VOLUME IX. Republicans and Jim Messenger o f New York Nails Responsibilty on the Cross It Belongs ARKANSAS LYNCHES OUT- LAWED NEGROES BY LAW. Desperate Straits of Colored People Depicted by Outspoken Messenger. The Messenger, (N. Y.) for Febru ary editorially says: "In Helena, Ark.r a legalized lynch ing took place. Over a half hundred Negroes have been indicted and con victed and twelve sentenced to he bunged in from four to seven min utes for their participation in a No gro "uprising" against the whites. What an infamous miscarriage of justice, The alleged "uprising" con sisted in the Negro tenant farmers' demand for a fair share of what they produced. They employed ...

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 January 1920

PAGE TWO. THE TULSA STAB, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1020. THE PROGRESSIVE TAILORING COMPANY Makers of Ladies and Gents Clothes Fifteen yean of experience prepares us to give jrou the best in quality and service. We clean and press and guarantee absolute satisfaction. F. E. Dickson, Proprietor Phone 8924 14 N. Cincinnati it. A Tul" CM1""" WILBERFORCE LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN FOR $100,000 Noted University Seeks Id Rhino Vunil by I'ouiulor'H Day, Feb. '!) (A. N. I Service) XENIA, OHIO, Jan. .'10. A cam paign for $100,00(1 in .support of Wilborforcc University, of Wilber- force near Xcnin, Ohio, a school rounded in I Will b. I he late Bishop suits, he fed on the crumbs from Daniel A. Payne for the education the rich man's table; he died and of Negro youths, has been launched went to heaven, a place of bliss, ne in the Ohio, Pennsylvania, West curding to the clergy, and for no Virginia, Indiana and Illinois con- other reason than because he was a ferences of the A. M. 15. church, beggar. Mark you H...

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 January 1920

M:?Z X "li - H. THE TULSA STAR, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 192Q. PAGE THREE k he' ?. : r lMBUUMmfl3Uilgggma!0ffiM the Red Wine Hotel. I 206 V2 North Greenwood St. Telephone 7874 Tulsa, Oklahoma . . A JtrBLUUNUE HOTEL a place whcre you and your iamuy wm oe sure to enjoy liv ing, because af its homelike com forts, and because of the friendly and sociable associates which in troduces one large, cheerful fam ily. You will like it because of the respect and courtesy that is shown to each of our tenunts. You will find plenty if nice, large cool, clean rioms and they are all nice ly furnished- They can be had either single or in suite. Our rates are as low as $3.00 per week. - t n li ii ii u w m ii n ii n TT- n i i r Tv !T' f-I.'i -wiif i3l(7H IHRPSlLLQMKliHlMfllLHMiBlLLffll ONE OF THE SPECIAL FURNISHED TRANSIENT ROO THE PORO BEAUTY PARLOR 1 1 i BBBBBBBBBBBBBBIBBBB&?mSflBBB MRS. DE ETTA SMITH, Prop For improving the appearance and Oklahoma DORIS OIL & GAS COMPANY, Annual Report. Authori...

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 January 1920

PAGE FQUR THE TULSA STAR A. J. SMITH EKMAN Edilor and Publisher. Lntcrcd as Second Class mail mat ter nt Tulsa, Oklahoma. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year ... $2.00 Six Months $1.:0 Three Monlhs $1.00 All Subscriptions must be paid In Aclvnnre. TIIO. HAUCIIMAN, Managing Editor AIJtKRT SMITHKRMAN Circulalion Manager. Till-: STAH litis space to .sell; the itiilividiinl who satisfies us by pay ing our price, gels it. o IT IS SAID Hint politics mid re ligion don't mix well, lint there me preachers in Tulsa who evidently think differently. o LET EVEHY Hue Race man lend his assistance in toning up the cit izenship of our people, The world must be made belter, and it's the duly of everyone to do his bit iiloitt! tins line. o FRIENDSHIP that comes only from the lips is scarcely worth clniiuliiK; there are a ureal many in our Race who grin, pat you on the back and talk about their friendship that's till. o THAT PltOGHESSIVE, "gel-up-nnd'get-lt fellow, who goes afc. things succeeds. .The dreamer,...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 31 January 1920

r fa "" V ff". 4 4. A .- X-i 't THE TULSA STAR, SATU&DA Y, JANUARY 31, 1020, PAGE FIVE .nr.y.KP.KKiKn.KRn:i,.;;nnK);r:ittttni'.,.Kt:i',.i zs - - . v ,-r',-t''ef'' rKPXXKi!KWKKKKKKM)MMttl!MttMyMttlMM)flMIllVMlVVIWWlllllllWMlMM r--rV ." -. r i.:t iH :;.-:- '. -: - ... - . Printers Ink has Helped Others And It Will Help You Wo put out over $14,000.00 worth of printing last year, Paid to our employees more than $G9000 We Do STATIONEIf MdMERfvf PRINTING BOND and Our Good on J!" a f, . sv ?; K K tt V AJ . &' K .' a? &J K K ts n x a x n ti ti a v. 5 J' X u n AJ s? .' J.' X' ft? J.' X' &' u a u ti a a si X a n J s? a ti si X u a ti u r." r. &' &' K x j t; v J a u ti X H ti X? V ti X Ti ti X" X' X' X' X' X" X" XJ X' X' X X' X X' .' X k" X' X' X" X' X' Xs X X X ti X' X X' ti X' X' 35? X' X' .V X X' X' ti ti X' X' X" X' X' X' X X X X X' V X X X X X X X X' X Sk X X .V X X X ti X' X X' ti X X' X' X' X' a X' X XJ PRINTING Will avelfou Money and over $200Q9oo for advertisin...

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. — 31 January 1920

PAGE SIX Church Directory Ml. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH. Corner Knslon nntl Elgin. Sutulny School: !):30 n.tn.; Preach ing: 11:30 a.m., and 8 p.m.; Mid week Service, Wednesday, 7:30 p in.; H. Y. 1'. U. Sundny, ,r):30 p.m. Come nn worship with us. You nre welcome. H. A. WHITTAKEH, Pastor. Phone: Osage I3(i3. FOREST BAPTIST CHURCH. North Lansing Street. Sunday School: !):30 a.m.; Preach- irg, 11:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.; Home Mission Thursdays. REV. E. N. BRYANT, Pastor. Phone: Osage I."(i2; Residence, 811 North Ilulllt Street. VERNON A M. E. CHURCH. Mer's Hall, (ill H. Archer St. Sabhath School !):00 a.m.; Preach ing 11:00 am.; Allen Endeavor League, 5:00 p.m.; Preaching, 7:00 p.m.; Choir Practice, Wednesday evening, 8:00 p.m.; Class Meeting, Thursday, 8:00 p.m. REV. C. M. TUCKER. Pastor. FIRST HAPTIST CIIUHCII Cor. Jackson and East Archer Sis. Sunday School: 0:30 a. in.; Preach ing: 11 tun.; B. Y. P. U. .r):.'i0 ii.m.; Night Services, 8:00 p. m.; Mid Week Services, Wednesday, 8:00 p. in. REV...

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. — 31 January 1920

Ms jj -t m. , m THE TULSA STAR, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1920. PAGE SEVEN -v- JllWHHlK..WtHt..tHtltWWlltWr.Kr....Ur. llimKMnWWKKnHKWKHieHKlKSKKKKnnKKKnr.KnK MKKKWMmMKKKWMnWMK KKKKrMr.rMVMVAKKKWMKKKn,. V L s0" X X X X X f X V i X X X X X X X X X X X. X X X X X X Jake Hamon Should be Rebuked Money Offered to McQraw Man by Hamon; $5,000 Deposit in Dele gate's Bank Promised. Alva McDonald, Hamon lieutenant, went to a McGraw delegate in Elk City, W. C. Thomas, a banker, and promised him a deposit of $5,000 from Jake L. Hamon 's ample coffers. Sunday, January 18, the day before the primaries in the Seventh Dis trict,, Jake L. Hamon wired this McGraw man from Lawton, where he spent the day, as follows : WILL DEPOSIT FIVE THOUSAND YOUR BANK AS AGREED BY MCDONALD. (Signed) JAKE L. HAMON." The telegram was read on the floor of the Seventh District Convention, by Judge Lecdy of Ellis County. Jake Homan DDD NOT DENY THAT HE HAD OFFERED THIS MONEY TO A McGRAW DELEGATE. Paced With Charges, iHamon Si...

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. — 31 January 1920

PAftE EIQHT fWff" THE TULSA STAR, SATURDAY; JANUARY 31, 1920. -.r-. ' " ' r Wace 173 Open Your Eyes 1 will plnc.o in jour p.ftsscsqinn, n SECRET OF POWER that will give you Perfect Hcai'th, matter not whnt your disease may be, Remove every Complaint, Defect or Trouble, matters not what it is or where it is. It tells you of that central point in the body where Health is produced, then IcathcH you how to produce it. If you are engaged in any kind of busi ness an agent or salesman, Helling anything through the mail or other, wisp, your business will increase so rapidly until it wllj rush you to fill your orders, jou will prosper at every thing to which you place your, hand; and will have a controlling power over everyone with whom you ,comc in contact. It is "Keys to the Kingdom," a superior power that can not be repelled. They only Cost TEN ($10) DOLLARS, but artf urui irn umerf inai amount; anu ti you ever in Ijfc get tbem iiu your possession you would not depart from them for one hu...

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 February 1920

:v- A Fearles Exponent of. Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. Larger Circulation than all the combined Colorea "Weeklies In Oklahoma. Read THE STAR and keep in formed on all current issues. Weekly Mail Bdition TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATUKDAY, l'KHKUAUY, 7, 1920. VOLUME IX. Democracy Not A Party For Whites Only Tulsa County Democrats Cordially Welcome Negroes TWO PROMINENT TULSA NEGRO. ES ELECTED DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. The Tulsa Star heartily congralu. lnti r, the Democracy of Tulsa Couu tf for its broad mined liberality in selecting two of its enegrctic and faithful Negro adherents as dele, gates to the Democratic State Con vention, held at Muskogee during the present week. The Star is glad to know, and believes that very many of its readers also will be glad to know, that when the Tulsa County i delegation was seated, it signalized the entrance of not only women, but Negro men on equal terms in full participation in the ...

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 February 1920

PAGE TWO 'THE TULSA STAR, SATURDAY FEBRUARY. 7. 1020. -i i ii " i' " ' mms EXCHANGE 111-113 Bast First Stieet STRICTLY "NON-UNION" UNIONISM vs. KAISERISM Throe years ago we Americans wo Tulsans. if you please repressed a shud der as we thought of tlie horrible fate that would surely await us if the eovct ous lca'scr's murderous armies should be victorious over the valiant forces of the hard-pressed allies. , "We felt that as soon as the Htm had taken Paris and London feats whieh in tliose gloomy days did not appear impossible he would sweep on mercilessly toward America, the land of the free the rich and fertile country he so tre mendously desired and which he so intensely hated. We had every reason to feel that this wotdd have been his plan of action his plan of nccompliA Miicnt if humanly or inhumanly possible. Today we arc menaced with an immediate danger that is just as sinister, just as merciless, as the kaiser's nefarious designs. It is not here under the cloak militarism. Nor...

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