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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 June 1920

pUii six Till: TLLSA STR, Saturday, June 19, 1920. IVOItLI) IS ENDED AM) MILLIONS LIMMi NOW will m:i;u (ML (Continued frnni Page 3). plo.it; financiers art- perplexed; business men nic disturbed mid their hearts art' fearful; men who have to no with labor organizations nro in perplexity disturbed; and the res-tless element of liuinaiilty which the Lord likened unto the sea, Is roaring, and the people, the waves, arc dashing against earli oilier, and tliere is a general condition of un rest in the earth, all of which evi dence the fuel that the "hi woild has come to an end and the lime for the new is here. One of the most conclusive proofs gien in the answer of Jesus is thai concerning the Jewish eople. (mil organized the Jews into a nation and dealt with them exclusively more than 18 centuries. The lime came when, because of the Jews unfaitli fuhiss, that nation was destroyed, and Jesus .said: "T:ie shall fall by the edge of the .sword, mid shall be led away captive into Jill nation...

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. — 19 June 1920

THE Tl'LSA STAR, Saturday. Juno 10. 1920. PAGE SEVEN IIAIinr 'COLORED MAN KILLS OFFICII STAiE HOUSE BRlLiS.FuBi,ivc PB From Ttaln " . and J-.scapoH. (A. N.TTservlce) i SlUUiVEPOHT, La., June 15. Governor Robertson delivered the While attempting to arrest "Babe" unnual uddress to the United Con- Porter, Negro, on n Louisiana and federate Veterans of Oklahoma at Northwestern passenger train at their reunion in Ardmore last week. Hint rson. Ark., about 70 miles north cast of here, on a charge of murder. """vji i uivi luwii mursumi ii, i. uweus oi r.iu returned Sut-'crson was shot to death evening, Justice Frank M state supreme court urday after a visit to the southern part of the state. While absent he spent n day at the Confederate Re union at Ardmore. Applicants for certificates to prac tice dentistry in Oklahoma appear ed for examination at the state house lust week. At the free clinics in the senate chamber about llfty pel sons volunteered us patients on which the would-be dentists...

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. — 19 June 1920

I-AfaE LltAHT . THE TFLSA STAR, A. J. SMITHKKMAN, Editor mid l'.iblwher. Hntored s Second CI Mail Mailer at Tnla. Oklahoma. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $2-K Six Month J Three Months -;:"" AH Subscriptions Must be Paid in Adranca. ALBERT SMITHERMAN, Circulation Manager. THE TILSA STAR. Saturday. J...ic 19. 1020. MEMBTH op w FIRST IN XEKVICI OUR POLITICAL FAITH. "All men arc born equal ami endowed with certain hialienebl rights, among which are life, hbtrty rnd the pursuit of happiness.' Thomas Jefferson. We believe in the pilnciples of true Demoeraey as promulgat ed by tho patriot, Thomas .Mferson, and without fear or favor, we will "be found at all times fighting for an honest, impartial appli cation of these principles to all men regardless uf race or eolor. OUR RELIGIOUS FAITH. To live as near as we can to our own conception of our duty to Ood and to our fellowinen ; to do right and live right at all times as God has given us the conscience to see and feel it. We believe man's gr...

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. — 26 June 1920

f i A Fearles Exponent of. Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. Larger Circidutiou than all tlit combined Colorca "Weeklies In Gklnhomn. Read THE STAR and keep in formed on all current issues. Weeicly JSIail Edition VOLUME X TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, JUNE, 2G, 1920. NUMBER TWENTY-THREE RaceM p222 f "GOVERNOR" HLOUNT HAS STRONG FOLLOWING AND MAY HE ELECTED Arkansas' Colored Candidate of Unusual Attainments. Man Hill Winner in "Hell-Fire" Debate (Star Ncwo Service) FOREST CITY, Ark., June 23. J. II. Mount, who is the first Ne gro to he nominated for governor of Arkansas, received his nomina tion at the hands of a faction of the republican party in this stale. Mount is (about GO years old, has made Ids home in this city for the IKist -17 eafs. The nominee was born in Jones county, Georgia, received Ids ele nienlary training in the schools of 'Atlanta and higher education in Nashville and Chicago. He is at present principal of t...

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. — 26 June 1920

"JUL TTI.SV STAB. Salurda.v. June 20, 1920. Vd1 1 N Journalist Student. (A N 1' Ni'Ulii) GREENVILLE. S. ('.., .Inuc Ai ri....inini r. Alli'ii. n Ncfliii ioiirnu- lisl, Ims returned I" Greenville flcr an absence of I" ears. lie wws Ix.in here mill received his early cdiirutional training in Ibis l'Ve; Hi is a member of the editorial .slnff of tin" Harlem Home News mill Ims written cxlensivelv for tin New York dallies on iUi'slions af fi cling his race. I'or the ist two iii-i I,,. lint lu'l'tl slll(lillU III till' New 'York University and plims to li loiitinue his education ut Colum bia University during tbe coining v III!-. Colored Iti-prcHcrilnliiiii. (A. N. I. Soivlei'l SAVANNAH, C.n., June 2.") A I a iu.is1- meeting held last week the Negro huviiu'ss men of ihis city decided lu set up eolored section In the proposed Tri-State Exposi tlou which will will open in this cil in the near futuie. The niccl inc" was called by Ii. A. Williams of tin I'iiIvcimIv of Georgia, iilAlhens. Sumo ...

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. — 26 June 1920

jr.:.1 -I'lL-uinum " jj i ifi. W.'l 'JJIi' Jg Till, TULSA STAB, Sntunlay, June 20. 1020. PAGE THHLE WHY NOT BE A Land Owner? We Are Offering You An Opportunity to BUY A LOT Containing 7,500 Square Feet situated in Reid's Addition To South Muskogee, Oklahoma, at a prieo thut is RIGHT and on terms that put them within the rench of all. A down payment of $15 Down; $10 per Month "Will Buy Any Lot in This Addition. The loeation is just South of the Old Muskogee. Oil Pi- Id. The Lund Lies Level and Sightly and is an IDEAL PLACE to Build a Home. There are Churches and Schools in tho Neighborhood- The New Jefferson Highway is but a Short Distance from this Townsite as is also the Katy R. It-, with its Station at Summit, Oklahoma, which is a Thriving Colored Settlement. Just across the Section Line from this Acreage a Test Oil "Wr-11 is to he Drilled, which Will INCREASE THE VALUE of This Land IMMENSELY. The Chance of obtaining OIL ON THIS ACREAGE is very promising; you can not Afford to let...

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. — 26 June 1920

'I HI. TIISA STAH, Saturday, June 2(i. 11)20 Essence Of The Debate On The Doctrine of Eternal Torment I'M.! ! )l M Between lticliavd J. Hill of TalistJ A.ncl J. Gordon 2Vfc JP7j ersoi of Houston (By Hev. Gorclen MePhcrson). I read tiiis niliclc m out- of voui lirnl papers, "Lxaininc our pii-iic lirrs mid get rlil of Hit- and l)-Sl(ll)L- pt'llllllTS. 'I 111- Dot'tlillt- of Llcinnl 'loriiit-nt is blasphemy ii.i (kmI's c-li.inu-U-i, is cuutraiy to Hit- .Sciipliuc ami lias ilont- mole lo Mini! tin- iniixls toiirerning God's plan or Salvation than all otlu-r cr-iiii-h combined. Lscry intelligent minister Knows, oi shoulil know, Iiml Hii- greatest piiiiisliiiit-iil iiou New Jt-nisak-ni which is not made uf lilciMl stone, cement, brit-k anil iiiurlt-i, bill of justice, power, lot- Hit- need of a Hell?" Let me say in the wotch of General "Stonewall" Jackson, "'Ihcio was one old man who said that he could just hear Hit- sinners frying on the Hell Fire, so a Mr. Cocks, deneral do ou be lieve ...

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. — 26 June 1920

THE Tl'LSA STAH, Saturday. June 2fi. 1020. E(iu1,Ii;EiES5l dclr- nYiiMPv B1 snail we for a moment believe TORMENT ' that a just ami loving (Jod would in . 11 i . . permit uiese poor creatures to stif- ,n..i (. nUd 0m. 1 UgC 4) fer so ,uuch borrow and misery at 5011 ln ,IB"- Jhe fact is that all ' the hands of men and ihl ,.,n -.,,1 flT. i..' , ,.!0,, "nwl !h? D,:vil ?burn them in lire ami ..in . u u,i'uaurum unimioiio He to be tortured for- fSSST-JSft teHL-d &.5V am glad urd holds i ii. ..t rtmatneu the hour has come for it in i... ...1. ucrsiood, and soon this great Mood pe.-iiaum, which art asaulted unto comfort for the heart? r ti mirhMMi1 hhEhl ?,',P S"hb hour J I Ikll, for if the mighty works which to point out tint (.i.,rV , hovt done in thee, had been done , I ," LS f , , in Sodom it would have remained hntffj',.0? .a,: of truth that is rising slmll nil iim whole earth until all shall know of me just and loving God. What will the Lord do with these creatures if only a few...

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. — 26 June 1920

PAGE SIX Till-. Tl LSA STH, Saturday Ji.nc 'M',. 1!20 ttlMTK GIIAITKUS I'KOVOKK li( K lilKTUItllANrK population. Jtiins anil Kilwnrili. Arreslcil. t I), Jones, the while leader, and Edward Hedding, Ihe Colored leader of Ihi- "Abyssinian" milhicnk of lust night were 'urcslcd this af ternoon. Hedding was caught :il his lesidcncc on the west side mid Jonas was found at the home of one of his followers on the south .side. They both insist that they are the innocent cause of the oulbtval. and Hint there was no intention lo precipiale a disturbance of un Iviud. Not A Negro Moemenl. Local Negroes disavow any con- ne.lion with the Jonas-Itedding propaganda. They are keeping tl.eir heads and refuse to become cm ilcd about th( matter. Jon. is, i.s an irresponsible grafter who should be squelched at all hazards. Hedding is n fanatic who has vir tunlly lost his mind brooding over the question of the race going over llir seas to redeem Africa from the "oppression of the while race." Wrong Ah Usu...

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. — 26 June 1920

5i TULSH'S COLORED BUSINESS DIRECTORY Church Directory Ml ZION BAPTIST CHURCH. Corner Enston and Elgin. Sunday School: t):3U u.m.; Preach -inn: 11::)U a.m., und 8 p.m.; Mid week Service, Wednesday, 7:30 p. in.; B. Y. P. U. Sundiiy, 5:30 pan. Cunie and worship with us. You are welcome. II. A. WHITTAKEH, Pastor. Phone: Osage 1303. VERNON A M. E. CHURCH. Mjer's Hall, 014 E. Archer St. Sabhath School 0:00 a.m.; Preach ing 11:00 a.m.; 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. HEV. C. H. TUCKER. Pastor. FIRST bAPTIST CHURCH Cor. JacksJJi and East Archer Sts. Sunday Scljbol: 9:30 u. in.; Preach itw: 11 n.mv, B, Y. P. U. 5:30 p.m.; iM;it Services, 8:00 p. in.; Mid week Services, Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. REV. J. II. ABERNATHY, Pastor. PARADISE BAPTIST CHURCH Corner Ruth and Bryan St Sunday School, 9:30 a. in.; preach ing ul 11:00 a. in., and ,7:30 p. m.; Home Mission, 2:30 p. in.; B. Y. P. U.; 4:30 p...

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. — 26 June 1920

PACK EIGHT .. .-,,... TI1F. TULSA STAK, A. .1. SMITH HUMAN, Kditor and Publisher, hhiturcd as Second Class Mail Matter al Tulsa, Oklahoma. SUBSUK1PT10N KATES: One Year W-M Six Months '-M Three Months 1 "u All Subscriptions Must bo Paid in Advance ALBKliT SMITIIHILMAN, Circulation Manager- MLMBEH WW OUR POLITICAL FAITH. "All men arc born equal and endowed with certain iualicuahl rights, among which are life, liberty end the ptusuit of happiness ' Thomas .lefferson. Wo believe in the principles of true Democracy as promulgat ed by the patriot, Thomas fjcffcison, and without fear or favor, we will be found al all times fighting for an honest, impartial appli cation of these principles to all men legal dlcss of race or color. OUR RELIUIOUS FAITH. To live as near as we can to our own conception of our duty to Clod and to our fellow men , lo do right and live right at all times as Clod lias given us the conscience o .see and feel it. V believe man's greatest serviie to Clod may be rendere...

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 July 1920

Larger Circulation than all the combined Colored Weeklies In Oklahoma. Read THE STAR and keep in- ' A. Fearlos Exponent of. Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defendei of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. foimed on all cm rent issues. WGBlcly Mail Bdition TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, JULY, 3, 1920. NUMBER TWENTY-FOUR VOLUME X -::i i4 ' Pythians to Th Ks fl 3Of Arkansas vllCRiot Viotims Strong Effort Will Be Made to Save Lives of Condemned Race Men Sentenced to Die Ah Outcome of the Elaine, (Ark.) Riot. At the request of the Pythians of Arkansas, Supreme Chancellor, S. W. Green of the Knights of Pythia made a personal investigation of the cases of the men convicted in connection of the Elaine riot and spent a day with the twelve con demned men in their cells. Among that number he found three brave Knights condemned to die and eight other Knights serving sentences from twenty-one years in the Ar kansas State Penitentiary. Thp Snnrpme Chancellon savs "these Hrave Knights mu...

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 July 1920

page a THE Tl'LSA STAH. Saturday. July 3. 1020. SOME FACTS ABOUT I'lli: I'HILIPPINI Tile lilipilio people number 10, 3511,010 ill' which !). Il).',272 are Chris tians, mill iiiiI.n nine per rent nuii Chrisliaii.s. Thi hac been C.linsliinis for !!00 years, mill have :i culluiu and rcllncincnl Unit will compare very ftivonibl., witli Unit of oilier na tions. Tin University of Santo Toinas is 2." years older than Harvard. English is taught eM'hisively in Hie I'hilippiiii sehools. Two mil lion unlives now speak liiiBlish llu cntly, and there are 700,000 English speaking children in the i)iihlie .schools. It is deslined to be the national language. Seventy per cent of the inhabit ants of the Philippines over 10 years of age, according to a census just completed, are literate. This is a higher percentage of literacy tlinn that of any South American country, higher than that of Spain, and higher than that of an of t)ie menl. new renublics of Europe whose in dependence is being guaranteed b...

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 July 1920

pge three SESKTHK 1X1. JUMLULL li-li'-ll'MJ Wnrazzro fsr Tulsa Noble Kni j- - THF TULS ST Ml. Saturday Julv 3. 1020 i. i "! M"i !' i.. I .J.I..I " IL'T.-JWHIB. I IWMM I l) IH'LILI 9 Aim MANY OUT OP TOWN VISITORS TO ATTEND SESSION Meeting of K. of 1'. Grand Lodge In Tulsa lo He Uig Event of Year Never before lime tho Colored people of Tulsa looked forwaid to the coining of nn event with muic interest than is being manifested in the forthcoming meeting of the K. of 1 (irantl Lodge in this cit Jul I!ll, 21 iititl 1!2 inelnsie. The meeting of the IMhi.im. in Tulsa this ear is made the moie in teiesting because of the intei -stale encanipinent of the K. or P. t'nilorni Rank heie during the meeting of the Grand Lodge and will conduct a competitive (hill contest involv ing moie than S700 in prizes. A home conipanv of the L'niform Hank will enter the contest with a deleiminalion to pluik some of the prizes?" . This will he the first time in the I history if the slate th.it luls.i or any oil...

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 July 1920

I'Uil Kill I HI 1ll.S srII S.iturh. Jih 'J, 1J20 World is Ended; Millions Now Living Will Never Die NOTICE TO THK PUHLIC I hnvc been informed Hint a few I'txlors of the local churches have liii1 it (I themselves warning th'-lr members to stay away from leeturrs lieiiiK given at (il.S Last Archer, In Ii'lernalioiial Itible Students even Fits! and 'I'liinl Sunil.iy of each month. I am glad to note th.il most of Ihi' pieacliers are rattier broad- niimleil mid are beginning to recog nize that the International Bible Students have the truth, lint I ,i'ii sorry to sa Hint tlieie aie a few ignorant, pin-liead fellows posing as ministers who aie hitter enemies to Light or Truth, and whose onl olijecl is to Keep the poor people in darkness and scpiceze till the nionev out of them they can .mil make a big show to the world. Listen, dear people of the public, you can put it down Hull an picachcr who warns you to sla away from the Inler- ui.liouiil Ilible Students' is one who vveiils to keep .o...

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 July 1920

THE TULSA STAll. Satiirdav July 3. 1920. PAGE five peoples gxchange "The People's Store" Wo have just installed our new uptodato Sanitary meat boxes and are now prepared to give our laarge family of customers, the very host service possible in this lino. Our new Equipment makes it possible for us to handle larger quantities of fresh meat in a very satisfactory manner. IF YOU HAVE TRADED WITH US in the past, you know our service and quality reputation which we con sider of far more value to us than any printed advertise ment we havo ever authorized. Our A.im is to live up to our well established reputation of serv ing our patrons and in this wo ask the co-operation ofl tho public. If you do not receive prompt Service and courteous treat ment when you come into this store we want to know it Ask for the Manager and tell him. Quality' Counts for more than anything else when you are buying the sustentanco of lifo.. much" but "how good." ing of Groceries. It's not a matter of "how That sh...

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 July 1920

l'Gl. SIN THL fll-SX STR. Saturday. -My 3. 1920. "A Da) In the Nallon'H Capital." (Hlar NV H rvlre) WASIIlNd'ION, I)- C, June 30. Arery Interesting orcui retire has been laking phirr- in Washington during the wt week. Thu Camera niuti of the Moiiiimeiiliil Picture Corporation, recently organized by Lieut. J. William Clillord Tor the purpose or iHirlrnltig in lt true light the Negro's progress before the world, whs photographing the many inslllulions or learning mid places of business which stand as monuments to the iiehievement nml progress of the Negro in the Na tional Capital. Among the scene taken were Ihe llowanl I'niversitv commencement and Ihe Competitive Drill of the Wellington High School rmlet. Thin picture will he similar to the Faille N:ws, and it I hoped Hint i will he shown in ever) Coloird theatre in the I'liite.f Mate be cause or iU inspirational and edu eiillonal vnlnc. I'uwhtukniiH Kntcrlaint Willi FIhIi I'ry. A ery delightrul beforc-dny pmt was enJoed lnt week h Ih...

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 July 1920

rcr TULSH'S COLORED BUSINESS DIRECTORY Church Directory Ml ZION BAPTIST CHUROH. Corner Enston and Elgin. Sunday Sellout: 9:30 a.m.; Preach ing: 11:110 a.m., unci 8 p.m.; Mid Week Service, Wednesday, 7:30 p. in.; H. Y. P. U. Sunday, 5:30 p.m. Come nnd worship with us. You ore welcome. 11. A. WH1TTAKER, Pastor. Phone: Osago 4303. VERNON A M. E. OHUROH. Myer's Hall, 614 E. Archer St. Sabbath School J:00 a.m.; Preach ing 11:00 a.m.; 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. H. TUCKER. Pastor. F1RS1 fcAPTIST CHURCH Cor. JacksJJi and East Archer Sts. v'inday School: 9:30 a. m.; Preach . .j: 11 aarv; B. Y. P. U. 5:30 p.m.; ..irfiit Services, 8:00 p. m.; Mid Week Services, Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. REV. J. II. ABERNATUY, Pastor. PARADISE BAPTIST CHURCH Corner Ruth and Bryan St Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.; preach ing at 11:00 a. m., and 7:30 p. m.; Home Mission, 2:30 p. m.; U. Y. P. U.; 4:30 p. m...

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 July 1920

PAGF LIGHT Till II US ST Ml Salurilnv, July 3, 1920, -U-i -'JVi TIIK TULSA STAR, A. .1. SMITIIKKMAN, Htlilor aiitl Publisher. FJutcicri as Second Class Mail Mailer al Tulsa, Oklahoma. SUHSUHIl'TION KATHS: Ono Year J.0O Six Mouths 1.B0 Three Months 1 00 All Subscriptions Must be l'uid in Advance aIjMSUT SMITIIHKMAN, ('iiciilulinu Mimaci Tuck ir Bros' No. 8 Show MEMBER or $Bh I my lPMil T i-CTi In P first in .sekvicx TODAY, rillDAY and HAItltUAY Kr-Ial Children' Matinee each dn from 2 to 0 and 7 to 9 Urine; thf lt Idl' a to aeo "A nebular l In u The I.uBt City, the hi Animal picture of thu African OUR POLITICAL FAITH. "All men are born equal iintl endowed with curtain iiialienabl right.s, anions which are life, liberty vi d thu pursuit of happiness Thomas Jefferson. Wo beliuve in the principles of line Dumoeracy as prnmulg.'it cd by the patriot, Thomas .leffeison, and without fear or favor, wt will lie found at all times fighting for an honest, impartial appli cation of these principl...

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. — 10 July 1920

ft- Jt) t 0! Fcarles Exponont of Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defender of "the Colored .Race. We fear only to do wrong. L:iRcr Circulation than nil the cumbincd Colorca Oklahoma. Weeklies In Read THE STAR and keep in formed on all current issues. WeeUly Mail Edition VOLUME X TILSA, OKLAHOMA, .11 LA 10, V.VM WM- Nl MBKli TWI.NTV l'lVI' 1 '" "Li"" iii ii .1 I iy i '. !' ' i i 'Jw'.mf.'iULL .JJJll'JilJS!SiS LU- 1" -L1'J '. J"' .' ' ..'" . "' ". '"'. ' DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES TAKE WELL AMONG COLORED PEO OF THE FAR WEST. Leading Republican Express Salts- faction With Head of Democratic Ticket. SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. July 7. The nomination here this week of Gov. .lames M. Cox of Ohio anil Franklin 1). Roosevelt or New York as the Standard hearers of the de mocratic party has awakened a now intcrcM among members of our group in the democratic part,. Before the nomination iuan had predicted that the South and the administration had joined hands and tint I the nominee of the demo cratic pe...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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