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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 27 March 1920

. . r A- fc i I HP" I,- I: - . IS m n 14 Ni Iv I kr Remember, -: A Fearies Exponent-of . Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. . ? VOLUME IX. Texas Colored Man Accused of Crime Swiftly Punished While Lynch ers Go Free COLORED MAN HANGED IN TEX AS LEGALLY IF NOT JUSTLY. Thousands View Body of Man Who Was Arrested, Indicted, Tried, Convicted, Sentenced and Executed in Less than 24 Hours. SAN AUGUSTINE, Tex., Mar. 23 Previous Texas court records in volving the death penalty probably wore broken here today when John Hood Pi;ice,--i3, Negro, was legally hanged for the recent murder of Jbhn Kennedy, fanner, less than 24 hours after his arrest and convic tion. The Negro was captured yester day afternoon and placed in jail here at 4:30' o'clock. He was quickly indicted on a mur. tier charge by a special grand jury ODD FELLOWS HOME NOW ASSURED Grand Master Says Work Will Soon Start on $15,000 Structure at Itcnitiesville. The Colored Od...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 27 March 1920

TWWWWWWWW njjir ' 7" " " $ .PAGE TWO THE TULSA STAR, Saturday March 27, 1920. 1NTKUKST Ultr.Kl) IN NA. I tional ni:Ai;rn vi:i:k I. S. Trcasurj Ltvpartmt'nit Tills Out Health Almonac. (Sin: News Sim vice). YUSKECiF.!:, lnsl., Mm. 27. The aluuliou of everj Ncgio, Lsiuciiill u Ihe Southern Stiiles, is challeng c I h the conditions creating the observance of Niitioiuil Negio Ilenllli Wi'ik, beginning April I thiongli Hi- iUlh. there shonlil he a keen inleiest on the pail of cscrj Hace org.inia tion, minister ami institution of h.ir-ning in the Ilenllli Almanac now being distuhulcd lo the public hy Ihc United Slates l'uhhc Health Scr iic of Ihe Tie.isurs Departincnt, Washington, I). C. This valuable hook will he gisen flee to ever pel .son writing for it. The Hncc is ieipicsted lo .seek for Ihe valuable information found in litis Almanac, Fraternal organiations, insurance cempanies, ministers, teachers mid eerone dealing with the masses snould see that every Negro's home in their communi...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 27 March 1920

,(ui t. TIIE TULSA STAR, Saturday, March, 27, 1920. PAGE THREE '8 Tulsa Undertaking Co 522 73. Cameron S t. Phono O. 42SO J. L,. Harlzey, (02-1). 3GG, F. IF., A E. F.) Alainue r t vr Ask a Share of Your Patronage ASSOCIATED NEGRO PRESS SERVISE CONDENSED News Plashes Gathered Through Caunlry.Widc Channels Under Negro Auspices. Mcharry CTets $150,000 Nnshvlllc, Tenn. Mar. 19. Mchar ry Medical College of this city hns received a gift of $150,000 from the General Educational Hoard of New York. This places Meharry in the foremost rank of Negro Medical Colleges. Atlanta Locates Carnegie Library. Atlanta, On., Mar. l'J. The south west corner of Auburn avenue and liilliard street has been selected as site for Negro branch of the Carne gie library for Atlanta. This lot Kj lucaieu in me iicuri ui me egru section, is 5u by 75 feel, and cost .i,000. FREE! YOUNG WOMEN! YOUNG MEN! SPECIAL OFFER FOR 30 DAYS! - 4 HlimaMMHMMAMkMiiMiiiMI while it is knocking at their door. W. H. JACKSON, Paslor Mt. T...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 27 March 1920

3XBkJW..W -rvujtn..srrfir j" Pu.k i out Till: TULSA STAH, Saturday, Mntcb, 27, 1020. 3MBI KM (HAS. K. TUCK Kit . OkLAHO.tlWS CHOKE Hi,. Chat. It. Tucker, 1). I)., of Tulii Oklahoma's Choice for Bishopric, SI. Louis, Mo., May 1!20. Horn in Tennessee, in the sistiiM, educated in Tennessee iiikI KunsiH, CUtt'lcd tlit ministiy in Ihu stale of Kansas, unci have spent tliirt years in this stale in tlit llinumry. Six ti'i'ii years in tin- PiisloriiU', four teen years Presiding Elder, twents Mais n member of llii Gent-rid Con- rjittnif.it i.!ifwtti vi.fifk ti ttwttiliftr n , 1 . I II. I , tin II ........ .. ...w - - Hit Missionary lloind, us n pulpiler, lit measurers up to tlit standard. All libit and approachable, u giciil dfl). ilt r, flut'iit speaker and n bor.i Ifiidfi of nii'ii. by Okln. WaiilH Tucker as IIIhIkip Because lit- lins sulli'i'i'd lliirts yews in tin ti UK lies, in Ibis couii ii lor Hie dun cb, pie-aching pray ini mil IiuililiiiK "P tin church. No olbtr niiin in Ibe A. M. I...

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. — 27 March 1920

"V t' H THii TLLSA STAR. Salurdav. Muli, 27. 1020. 1'Al.K MVL Lu ARE YOU SIC Your Resolution Should Be: "I will Get Well the Mechano-Therapy IV ay" Mediano-Therap Is a sciehtific method of finding the cause of disease in the spinnl column (iack bono), and correcting that cause by adjusting the vertebra; (segments) of the spine to eliminate nny pres sure on the nerves that pass out from the spinal cord to supply all parts of the body w ith nerve force (life). When this is done nature will make you well. Mcchano-Therapy adjustments open tre channels for nature to do her work. Let us explain liOtV Mechano-Therapy will irraKs you well. No charge for consultation. So-called headaches, eye diseases; deafness, epilepsy, vertigo, insomnia, wry neck, facial paralysis, locomtor ataxia and other inco-ordin-Horti arc c lused by pressure on nerves at thi3 point. Pressure on nerves in this part of the spine is the cause of so-called throat trouble, neuralgia, pain in arms, goitre, nervous prostra...

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. — 27 March 1920

w -MUt&&LrmjBii3Ii-yV:V VJ$-Xi page SIX THE TULSA STAH, Salurday, March 27, 1020. TULSM COLORED BUSINESS DIREC ORYv Church Directory Ml ZION BAPTIST OHURUH. Jornur Fusion and Elgin. .Sunday School: 'J:.'iU a.m.; Preach ing: 11:30 a.m., ami 8 i.m.; Mid Week Service, Wednesday, 7:30 p. in.; B. Y. 1. U. Sunday, 5:31) p.m. Conic iiixlj worship with ns. You nrc welcome. It. A. WIIITTAKISH, Pastor. I 'hone: Osage 1303. THE METROPOLITAN BAPTIST CHUHC1I. North Lansing Street. .Sunday School: 0:30 a.m.; Pleach-ir-g, 11:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.; Home Mission Thursdays. HISV. IS. N. BRYANT, Pastor. 1'hone: Osage 1302; Itcsidence, 811 North Bullit Street. VERNON A M. E. CHURCH. Mcr's Hall, ON IS. Archer St. Sabbath School 0:00 a.m.; Preach ing 11:0(1 a.m.; Allen Endeavor League, 5:00 p.m.; I'reaching, 7:00 p.m.; Choir Practice, Wednesday evening, 8:00 p.m.; Class Meeting, Thuisday, 8:00 p.m. HISV. C. It. TUCKER, Pastor. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. Jackson and East Archer Sts. Sunday School: ...

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. — 27 March 1920

wr MCJL-Itr xmarmii0MttMa&tHl$tBt "&': ' ''WS THE TULSA STAR, Saturday, Mi.rcli, 27, 1020. PAGE SEVEN fe WaJre Lip; Open Your 3:res 1 will place in your possession a SECRET Ul' POWER thai will gi i jou Perfect Health, mailer not what your disease may be. Remove ever) Complaint, Delect or Trouble, mutters not what it is or where it is. Il tells jou ol that central point in the body where Health in produced, then leaches you how to produce it. 11 you are engaged in any Kind ot buai nebs, an agent or salesman, belling anything through the mail or ollici., wise, our business will increase so rapidly until it wiU rush jou to fill your orders, you will prosper at everything to which you place your, hand; and will have a controlling power over everyone with whom you come in contact, it is "Keys to the Kingdom," a superior power that can not be repelled. They only Cost TEN ($10) DOLLARS, but airt worth ten times that amo-jnt; and if you ever in life get them im your possession you w...

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. — 27 March 1920

Vf"4RPWW page eight I'lli: TULSA SI An, Saturday, M.iuli 27, 1020. To All Colored People Wi; WANT OUR IIUSIMiSS AM) WILL TKUAI U)U GIVE US A TRIAL AND RE COMINCHD We have ji Complete Slock of Willi Paper, Pninl anil Varnish lit nil timi', anil invite our inspection. LISTEN If you have n leaky worn loof or cracks in onr walls, we have the llnesl thing in the woihl for oii, give it a trial. No need or Inking up the "'"I tooling lo la. tliis roof, if jour loof still liolils together SPREDDON will sine it. SPREDDON iccliiims every type ol worn rools, mnvas, giavcl, sheet tiicluh, corrugated iioii, shingles nii'l composition roofs can lie saved anil r-'newed Willi SPREDDON. Sets equally well on perpendicular as well .is Hat xuiinccs, anil remembers ITS GUARANTEED 10 YEARS mill we sli.nil behind it. RHUAItLE PAINT & WALL PAPER COMPANY UK South Hi.ulilcr Slr.it l'lioiic Osage. 8123 STAR NEWS SERVICE HACK NOT US Tin1 Fish Jubilee SiiiKcis gave I si.iCL'ssful program nl Hcthcl A. M. I". ...

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. — 27 March 1920

0"W " ww djW ' ' ' i prin, j w"T( -y t- rmT? lf ,- - 3 V ? R rt TBI x""it w -!s "- f a v rv v , f)fi-i' ( f-RVl r- ., . THE TULSA STAR, Saturday March, 27, 1020. " PAGE NINE MuAQi. , -v? " ' li WPSH-n. i ti.-WV -.J tnxoannspwoaisaaHffiBRiiyci'in Kansas Industrial And Educational Institute Summer School for Colored Teachers and those who wish to make up back and advanced credits. ' COURSES OFFERED: Teachers Training. Domestic Arts. Domestic Science. Tailoring. Manual Training. Typewriting and Stenography. Music. . , Physical Culture. , i . ., Junior and High School Work. Board, Room, Light Laundry 5.00 per week or $30.00 for the -six weeks. Tuition $5.00 paid in advance. For further informa tion, write Q. R. Bridgeforth .L-iiMJianiinaaQsnai 30m PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS ARE BEST IN THE WORLD COME IN. YOU'LL LIKE THEM. Sold oni EASY PAYMENTS. Exclusive Fathe Shop No. 8 West Fifth Phono Cedar 1593 jistoi- "Ifs The Tone That Tells." l f V"?y"i i7irWi iVf'7V7A?T7Vh771RT?7WJ7W7 BE WARNED; S...

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. — 27 March 1920

WWBWRP35 TT THE TULSA STA1'.. Saturday March. 27, 1920 VMM-. TBN ' THE TULSA STAR, A. .1. SM1TI1EHMAN, Editor and Publisher. Entered us Second Clus1 Mail Matter ut Tulsa, Oklahoma. SUBSCRIPTION HATES: One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.50 Th ret- Months 1 00 All Subscriptions Must bo Paid in Advance AJjHKHT SMITIIERMAN, Circulation. Manager. tk ocaanc Social Uetvs BURR THREATENS TO SUE. IN LAST WEEK'S ISSUE if the Star there appeared a news report of an incident that occurred in the lodge room of the Colored Elks of this city in which .). M. Murr, employed as a teacher in one of the Schools of this city, was mentioned as one of principal. The article was an impartial report of news as obtained from reliable sources and was published without malice to any of the parties concerned. .J. M. Hurr came into the Star office before the article was published and said he had been advised that such article would appear, and eudeavired by special request and tlie jingle of a fev silver dollars in his ...

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. — 3 April 1920

y flaxy. ki?fi- OllP&H'&ii'&t- i""-! ,'. Tuesday Will Be Election Day Vote Early rffi ml i A. Fearles Exponent of. Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. - m m m m at ln.: rm h m m w. - b -. v h b hh h h - - :Vi ms- Larger Circulation than all the combined Colorca "weeklies In Oklahoma. Read THE STAR and keep in formed on all current issues. i Weekly Mail Bdition VOLUME- IX. TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920. NUMBER ELEVEN Democratic Nominees Will Win Past Record OF City Administration Assures Re-Election Tuesday COLORED PEOPLE WILL VOTE STRONG FOR PRESENT ADMINISTRATION Many Leaders in Republican Ranks Say They Will Cast Their Ballots for Mayor and Commissioners. That many Colored people of Tul sa, as well as a great many white people, regardless of .party lines will vole for Mayor Hubbard and the present City Commissioners ne. Tuesday, is n conclusion justi fied by current opinion among the reople of this c...

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. — 3 April 1920

Vnril 3, 11)20. 1 Mil ISU) " "P ii. ITLSA STAR, Saturday Wnlco Up; Opon Your Byes 1 uill plato in jour pohhi-bMou a tabCRhl Ul- 1'OMhH mat will Bi )ou 1'eileU Iteuqili, matter nul uliat jour dibease may be. Komuie every Complaint, Weltel or 1 rouble, matters not what it Is or where it is. u tellu jou ol that euilml point in the body where Health in produced, then teaclieu you lut to prodiue It. II you are enlaced in any Mud ol uui ntsM, uu agent ur muickiiiiiii, Hulling any thin); through the mail or olnei7 wine, yuui hum Hess will iiiiri.ini; ho rapidly until it wil rush you to lilt )our ortkrd, you will prosper at everything to winch you place your, ii a nil; an id will have a tonlioliiiig power over everyone with whom you come in contact. It is "Keys to the Kingdom," u superior power that can not he repelled. I'hey (,nly tost '1 EN C$10) DULLAKb, but an worth ten limes Ural amount; and if you ever in life gel them uu your possession you would not depart froiu them lor one hundred...

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. — 3 April 1920

llll tUS ST. S.itiinla V. I 3. 1920, PAGE THREE aTTEN TTON TO MM VOTERS As citizens of the best town in the world, notwithstanding all of the BAD THINGS said about it in the heat of a political cam paign, you are called upon to cst your ballot next Tuesday for city officials who for the next two years will preside over the affairs of this city and will be, in a great measure, shapers of your destiny You knoxv xv hat the attitude of the present administrate on is to the Col ored people of this city; you also know xvhat the attitude of the last Repub lican administration was to the Colored pe&ple of this city Which Do You Prefer Again? Below is the Class of Citizens Who Are Supporting Mayor Hubbard and His Administration. Read What They Say: We are for Charles H. Hubbard fnr Mayor Because He Has Kept Every Promise He Made to the Citizens of Tulsa Two Years Ago. i Hecause c believe lie lias been the best Mayor TuV sa has ever had, because lie represents nil the people and because w...

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. — 3 April 1920

P.ll.L 1 III It iiminiiii Tulsa Undertaking Co. 012 73. Cnmoron & t. I'honc ). 42SO J. Ask a Share of FREE' MUM. WOMEN! HH'M. SiLNl SPECIAL Oil I'M i'OU .'10 DAS! Two meeks instruction I Ate you aistslicd with your present po sition? Are ou ambitious to climb up higher and hold a better posi tion with a larger salaiy'? WOW is Ihe time, to ACT! OP PORTUNITY beckons, DO NOT DELAY! 'I he United Stales government nci'ds competent and ellicient ste nographers and bookkeepers. Pio fessional and business men every where are calling for tra'ned oil ice woi kers. Let lhe MARY JONES PARRISH SCHOOL OF NATUHAL EDUCA prepaie you lo hold a paying po sition. Head what others say and think: TO WHOM THIS MAY RE PRE SENTED: It is hereby cciiilled thai Mis. Mary E. Jones Fairish was a stu dent in the regular day school short hand depaitmeut of the Rochester Business Institute, Rochester, N, Y., that her work was veiy creditable m d cntiicly satisfactory. firs. Parrish showed an intelli geiue, an a...

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. — 3 April 1920

Uul;t THE TILSV ST . Saturday. Apiil 3. 192(1 PAGE FIVE K. 9 M3539R9SiK 93 ARE YOU SIC Your Resolution Should Be: "I will Get Well the Mechano-Therapy Way Mecliino-Therap Is a scientific method of finding the cause of disease in tho spinal column (bad: bone), and correcting that cause by adjusting the vertebra (segments) of tho spino to eliminate any pres sure on the nerves that pass out from the spinal cord to supply all parts of the body with nerve force (life). When this is done nature will make you well. Mecliano-Therapy adjustments open the channels for nature to do her work. Let us explain how Mechano-Therapy will irraKe you well. No charge for consultation. So-called headaches, eye diseases, deafness, epilepsy, vertigo, insomnia, wry neck, facial paralysis, locomtor ataxia and other inco-ordinations are caused by pressure on nerves at this point. Pressure on nerves in this part of the spine is the cause of so-called throat trouble, neuralgia, pain in arms, goitre, nervous pro...

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. — 3 April 1920

PAGE SIX THE TULSA STAR, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920. rS3r-S2T KC2Ci3rtKKSS2?r" LMest issues of Mexico Cil 'SCSJrtfcHEF Jocal and O octal JVeajs Mrs. Ethel I'alliTson lo father this wuck, Mr. II. Love. lie was born in Greenwood, Miss., 7ti M'.-rs nun. lit' is survivid liy sever al chihhen. her ELL KNOWN COLORED WOMAN SHOT TO DEATH Mrs. (iolilie Jlooie or Nil!) Norlh Lansing slreel li:is hecn on the sick li-l iihoul two weeks hill is imull improved til litis writing. The Frequenters of the Red Wins Hotel Vicinity Dili Tall Stepping. M illumes M. C. Clinton mill Liliie llnhinsnii, sisters, or this cilv who liiivt- ht'i'ii visiting rehitives in Sh"ceport, l.:i., retnrneil home Tiwrsday morning. The Ladies Art Cluh wsis cnler tnineil Wednesday nflurnoon ill the residence of Mrs. A. C. .Inekson on Norlh Detroit. The club will inccl iicnI week nl the residence of Mrs. Mnuill of North Detroit. "Mother Elliott" Visits Tulsa. Mrs. T. II. Elliott, former citizen of Tulsa, better known as "mother"...

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. — 3 April 1920

r3 -II 3rt. w i r - l I THE TULSA STAH, "i I'HW Saluidny, Auril 3. 1920 GSSEmesBmi&xiizsxamsztimfXss Special Values To Help you join the Easter Parade AT LOW COST Stylish apparel for women, Misses and. Children: Clothing for Men and Boys Shoes for the Whole Familv Mere are eight reasons Why you Should Trade at The North Main Depart' merit Store 1. We arc strictly in favor of Union Labor. Z. We buy for easli only. , o. We buy in large quantities and pay 1 ess. i. We pay no lent; you get the benefit. .). We undersoil every competitor, o. We sell retail at wholesale prices, i. ion aic treated with every courtesy, o We give you the best values for you? money. LADIES DRESSES Silk, Georgette, Voile, Taffeta, all the hit est styles, worth from $25 to $75. selling in our Easter Sale $10.08 up. LADIES SUITS Ladies Spring Suits, all new and late des igns, worth from $25 uP. Selling in our Easter Sale at $16.98 up LADIES SPRING COATS Made from best materials and latest designs, worth from ...

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. — 3 April 1920

I .(.I I ! If ii-f II iS STR. Saturday. n I 3. 1920, Hill Will Not Go Back to Arkansas (,o lrnor alleys refusal 1(1 GRANT EXTRADITION or HOHKKT L. HILL TO ARKANSAS A GREAT victor roii thi: .v A. A. C. I'. M.W YORK, April 3. in.niil Association for the -The Ni- AllVHIK'- tm-ii of Colored People lias mtien ,i M.iliment in regard to the refusal of Governor llenr J. Allen of Kh.i .is to extradite Robert I.. Mill, nc iiim-iI of being Hit- leader of h plot lo iiiasiHcii'" while in Phillips ioiiiiI, Arkansas, lull October, wiinh reviewed tin- legal steps h'k-i-ii In prevent Hill's extradition. I his the Association regards lis otic of Hie greatest legal victories won Mm Hie Segregation Decision and sin-1- dovernoi McCall of Mnssii (IiiimIIs denied extradition lo Wed Niiginiit of John Johnson. M Hie close of hearing which I iiled from two o'clock in the after n ,iii ol March 22 unlil nfler inid iiivlit Governor lleni J. Allen of hms.is refused lo grant the cxlri nht'on petition or Governor ...

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. — 3 April 1920

jXfsCu. te 4 nils TULSA STAn. Saturday. Ami! 3. 1920. PAGE NINE r 5e55ssi?e H5SSKE toT5KSEJfaiS-K3P ft a ! MHRVELOUS STIP6NDOUS Beyond All Conception J. PUTTER & SONS Successor to Campbell's SOS South Alain St, GIGANiC RE-ORGANIZATION SALE JVow Going On And In Bull Blast A $150,000.00 Department Store Stock NOW ON SHL6 Regardless of Actual Cost or Former Value. Everything to wear for MEN WOMEN and CHILDREN J. PUTTER & SONS 20U South Main St. Formerly Coverdale's XfccaalfcSSSiaWsS Tin i Gaster Carol yltintmlrVind Awake! A shaft of hearenly fire Ha touched the cloud and tipped the plre. The froaty clod no more U cold, The violet itirt beneath tho mold, For this la Eatter morning! Artie 1 The bud begin to swell, From buh and bralce and field and fell A clear and joyoui anthem float From acore of little feathered throat, For tlii i Eaiter morning I Behold! The oul of man today Cat off the (epulcher of clay And, crowned with lillei, mount the kle To walk with God in paradlte. For...

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. — 3 April 1920

m yuklr v listd I . t PAGE TEN THE Tl'l,S STAR, Saturdav. Apnl 1 1)20. BE WARNED; STOP GIYING HEED TO DOCTRINES OF DEMON spirits were in prison in Tnihuns, but not destrojed, Tiirlnius do..s no', mean the grave, nor a place of torment, hut it docs signify a eon ililion of lcstralut in darkness. These evil ones, then were as stalul (Hy RICHARD J. HIM..) (CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK) Just now a stupendeous ellorl is being made evcr.v where to convinc by the above authoritv, restrained the people that the deadline alive; under chains or darkness. And this and not dead and that the dead are lestriclion must continue until the really spirit beings and able to com. " judgement of the great da. The municate, through Mediums with j conclusion must be reached that sit those who are living. The largest ( the time or the Judgement of the magazines and newspapers in this great du this restraint would lie country aie employed to .spread the removed, in a ineasuie at least, and docfiine, and worst o...

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