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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 10 July 1920

li'l it I V , Si l Mi V i -" : y-.'.' j a- i-ms yja&JKMMMJSZS-zm ' ?-;j I'M. I 1 I PRINCE mmMmMMMM'2SMSS'M' (L Jocal and Social JVews f) Mr U ii llillas, v.lm i fl vmth tin-Shnni-is v.iiii- vsrrks j". lux if luriiMl from (.;n.nl. ,unl oilier points on the I'ai lli Coast The MiHM- IIUM'M:i Wel lltlll Corinni- Burges xh lire spending the summer in long Island, N. V., rtxrt having u splendid time. Mr. and Mr. Dun ItaiHlIt or Al exandria, ta., arrived la-re last Sttti lay to make their houif in Tulsa. Mr. un4l Mm. Arthur Midi -.. :it home to their muiiy Mentis in the iit Apartments. The City Dog Catcher was mak ing h raid on North Gteeiiwood St., last week much to the dismay of Hie youngster. WilllHin Utile, who graduated last June from the Muskogee M. T. II. School, is spending si few weeks wilh hi aunt, Mrs. Ilidl-Jolmson, om or Hie prnprictois of t!iL. Dull LI I tie Cafe. I'ror. Win. W. Fraier of Wcwn kit is in tin- city visiting frii'iuls. Hit will leave lodiiv. Mr. (icn. Niivl'...

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. — 10 July 1920

Till ii'I.SA M Ml. .Stturd.iv. ,1,.l 111 l-rjij PU.L IHRP.I f WHERE TO BUY ON EASY PAYMENTS AND FOR LESS MONEY F eld in an Fit mil' are Co. WE HANDLE A COMPLETE LINE OF FURNITURE, CARPET, RUGS, LINOLEUM, BEDDING, STOVES, PHONOGRAPHS, ETC. COME AND MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME. Phone Osago 5755 24 E. First St. nc Jack Dennis Rose like the Boston Tar-Baby. A stumbling block in all Barbel's way. Pig-iron, King, Big window washer, In telligcnt Table Waiters. Call at 318 East Archer Street, for Good Barber Service SPECIAL SUMMER OFFER! Instruction in Typewriting and Shorthand $5.00 Per Month. All kinds of Typewriting neatly done. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prices Itcn.soiinhle. Out of Town "Work given Prompt Attention. THE MARY JONES PARRISH SCHOOL 103 'i N. Greenwood Streot Phono Osage 2157 or Osage 3339 Tulsa, Okla. FAIKVIEW GROCERY STORE -- 525 Corner Fairview & Lansing Streets. We arc now ready to give jou ic.il service. Our Motto is to tieat you right and fair. Vuthax a line line of Fanc...

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. — 10 July 1920

I Hi rilS SI M S Mrd.iv lil lit 1120 HARRIS MESSENGER SERVICE Prompt Attention To All Calls Rates Reasonable Office 318 E. Archer Street Phono Osage 8250 W. Hi HARRIS, Manager. The Great Majority of Preachers Teach Error I'U.I tout NOT1CK TO TIM: PL'HLIC. 1 have been informed Hint si few Pnxtors of Hie iot'jil cliurclli's have busied themselves warning their UlClllbcrS Id Sttl !IWII. llOIII lectures being gicn nl 018 Last Archer, b International llili!' Students cvci First mill Tlni il Suiuluy of each mouth. I iiiii glad to mile Hint most of tin preachers arc rather linmil iiilnili'il mill me beginning to recog nize Unit Hie liilcrmitinual llilile Sludeuli linve the Inilli Hut I mil Mrr to sny Hint Iliere me a few ignnrnnl. pin-head fellows posing as ministers who nre hitter enemies to Light mill Truth, mill whose nnh object is In Keep Hie poor people in darkness mill sipieee sail Hip inouc.v nut of litem Ihcj n mil make :i big show to the world. Listen, dear people i the pulilic, ....

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. — 10 July 1920

I 1 THIS TUI.SA STAN, Saturday. July 10.. 1020. aaersiaaHBi HDIL IJIBL Hill I I. IHW MBS. J. H. LEWIS, 1301 North Lansing Phone X W. 51 A nice line of GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS. Also All Kind of Feed. Nice Trcntincnt and the Right Prices. Tim Tnlsu Star, u Rood Colored Paper, For Sale Here. Tie Economy Tailoring Co 919 N. Greenwood St. Wo Call For and deliver in one day. Satisfaction Guaran teed. We ulso do altering and fitting, also Clean and Block Flats, Panamas especially. Prompt Service is our Motto. First Class Hurler Shop in Connection. S. BRISKER, Mgr. McHunt OH and Gas Company Incorporated under the haws of Oklahoma, October, 191!) AUTHORIZED CAPITALIZATION $45,000.00 Par Face Value One Dollar Per SHARK. ARTHUR McIIUNT, President A. A. FLOYD, Vice-President IAS. S. BENSON, Secretary-Treasurer. , D. M. MART1NDALE, Attorney OFFICE ROOM 21 RED WHIG HOTEL TULSA, OKLAHOMA ' " '- 1 "1. I I.1.1WI LIJUl'ii"lllLqUll i bomb throwing must cease and the right thinking icopl...

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. — 10 July 1920

I'M. I M llll II ISA SI Ml Suilidiv Jtih !(), Um TULSR'S COLORED BUSINESS DIRECTORY Church Directory Ml ZION BAPTIST CHURUII. .lorucr Fusion mill Elgin. unilu. School: !):3(l ii.ni.; Pleach ing: ll:.'!(l nan., and 8 p.m.; Mid Week Service, Wednesday 7:111) p. m.; B. Y. I'. U. Suudiiy, !i:30 iun. Come mid -worship with us. You tiro welcome. II. A. Willi TAKER, I'aslor Phone: Osage 13(13. VERNON A M. E. CHURCH. her's Hull, (ill E. Archer SI. Sabbath School !I:0II ii.m.; Prrnrii ing 11:00 a in.; Allen Endeavor League, .".()(l pin.; Proa lung, 7:0!) p.m., Choir Prarliie, Wednesday evening, 8:00 p.m., Class Meeting, Tliuisdnj. 8:00 p.m. HEV C. H. TUCKER. Paslor. FIRST SIAPTIST CHURCH Cor. Jnckstyi mid East Archer Sts. "-mdiiy Sclfool: 9:3(1 ii. in.; Prench- II ii.iim II. Y I. U. r:3() p.m.; ...,.il Services, 8:00 p. in.; Mnl Wick Services, Wednesday, 8:00 p. in. KICV. J. II. AHEHNATI1Y, I'.islor. PARAJMSH HAPI'IST CHURCH Corner P.ulh and Brvan St Miiidny School, !):.') 0 a. in.; preach i...

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. — 10 July 1920

n TIIR Tl'LSV SI VII SafuiiLo 1ul 1 1uo ff'l - ,.!"-'" wf, I'M. I SI VI iirnnnrrnznrnsin:.: ,:?rj "HOW TO KEEP YOUNG" How to instantly have n beautiful Brown skin. It changes a dingy complexion into a Brown-Skin immediately. It's impossible to detect it and gives the skin that Brown-Skin appearance and baby soft ness everybody raves about. You put it on in the morning and it stays there all day, perspiration does not effect it, and is a wonderful tonic for the skin, makes the skin transparent, smooth and vel vety. It is absolutely harmless and will not pro duce or stimulate a growth of 'hair. Calcimmine liquid sold by druggist accept nothing else then you will not be disappointed. If your druggist has none in stock and will not order it for you we will mail to you direct upon receipt of Price 35 cents. GUARANTEED BY STONE & CO., Prefumers DALLAS, TEXAS AGENTS WANTED STONE & COMPANY Dallas, Texas, nnlni-n.! fl .. .1 ) t A "'"""", """ "" 5l A superionlv" rml In thr stm of tin ...

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. — 10 July 1920

I'Uil I U.IIT THI Tli.SV STH S.liinl.i ,lul 10. 1020. TUB TULSA STAR, A .1. SMITI1KILMAN, Kdilor and Publisher Hnii-ii-.l an Second I'lans Mail Matter nt Tallin, Oklahoma. SUHSCIUPTION IfATKS: One Yenr .00 rtix Monihs 1-fiO Three Months 1 00 All Subwpriptioiif Musi hi Paid in Advance. AliHUKT HMITIIKIIMAN. Circulation Manager- MtttfeEH rc)MJCi-jn P P.iit failed to give us during Us 10 jcnrs icglniL' in Washington. , liidcr Ihe strict observation and careful CMiininnlion wL. will Hud Unit the democratic pnil is mil nc.ar as bad, and the republican party not near as Mood as we have been litught to believe. o LET KVKHY MAN UE.MKMUEII that to violate the law is to trample on the blood of Ids father, and In tear the charter of his own children's liberty. Let leverence for the law.s be breathed by every American mother In the lisping babe that prattles on her lap; let it be taught in schools, in seminaries, and In colleges; let it be written in primers, I spelling books and in almnnacs; l...

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. — 17 July 1920

-1 -- i.'Vv - Registration Closes J sster l oday! usy - hi .- m w h V ... As. Reg; mwH mi&f ' A. Fearics Exponent of. Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. VOLUME X flBS Howard Congressman Howard Offers Ilia Scr ices to All Ex-Service .Men Who Desires to Take Advantage of Op portunity Offered Uy Government to All Liberty Veterans. According to a .statement made yesterday by Congressman 12. H. Howard, many of the ex-.scrvice men of all aires have allowed their government insurance to elap.vc thus depriving themselves of pro tection thai thtey can not possibly gel from any other source. An e. Icnsiou of time has been granted by the Hurcau or War Risk for the lichefit of those who wish to renew Iheir insurance and Mr. Howard, who has taken a personal interest in looking after the welfare of tlie e-service mwi in Washinglon, now urges that they avail themselves or this opportunity to provide against future disabilities. "1 am ...

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. — 17 July 1920

' l :Vn "" H ISVSTM1 S ,Ur,1 lN jiv i7 l'l')() Picked to Succeed Senator T. P. Gore The Bcoxiomy Tailoring Co 919 N. Greenwood St. Wo Call For and deliver in otic day. Satisfaction Giinru'i teed. Wo abio do altering nl 1 i t in T, also Clean and Block lints, l'unnmns especially. Prompt Service is our Motto. First Class IWher Shop in Connection. S. BRISKER, Mgr. jgr ';". v.jim;,.-f', . v. Efl-ZT ?-Ki ia..- ii'm,fi 4 , -J; .je.- E-i"j&i.,tK ?OAT. SCOTT BBRRIS Generally aonoodocl the winner In t10 aonntorinl contest wA01 vi7oose at t10 pow in tie prjfjry oeoton 'riiosrlny, .Aciffesl tf. S at Local and Ooclal A'eivs 1 ita f i VAN' . ovil 1 ii csssy5ssgL-7jT.vy-gggjW Tho o;ift" and rcUiur.nls, .is well as hotels til f looking Jurw.ird I" "Rig Rusiness" during the K. of I'. and Odd Fellow grand lodge sessions. Mr. J. II. son I'uden turn"' 1.1,1 rol , idwin of the- Jack- i '! up. my, has iv m 1 .il ccks visit to sSlssi)li. T '" ' 'In was isiled lust we. l- v M. C. lVtldlrip, 0110 of Mw...

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. — 17 July 1920

Till TtIS si li siti -,i,- ,i' i i " pu.f 'rum t lllgLggaMy-Hiagsgg-gis irjrunumspizriifRWi g? "y g 7s g gg ?." g" 3? tq?t i s a" g is g lis qssg gg gg 3ff 'g? ?J v.p V TrJ 3J r'-LS'-y??." lrtV ' '""j' V T?jT"9"r" .'' r n,n nv-x qgjTiyigMMMMMM ja A JOLLY ME 3 3 3 3 3 I 3 s 3j 5 3 ? a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday JULY 19 20 and 21, At Okmulgee Oklahoma The First Anniversary Celebration of the Intortintionnl Ethiopian Kosouo nnd Relief Conforonoo oi Amorca Speaking by some of the best orators in the State. Also Prinze W. S. J. Choi lough lcz,i Ic&ise, who is reco&ni&ed as one of the world's best speakers. Special arrangements have been made to care for and entertain all visitors whether members of the Conference or not. You cannot afford to miss this celebration. You will regret it If you do, when others tell you 1 the good time PLENTY OF GOOD THINGS TO HAT, WATER-MELON, ICE CREAM, ICE COLD DRINKS, ETC., WILL HE NERVED. YOU WILL NOT HAVE TO LEAVE THE GROUNDS TO GET WHAT Y...

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. — 17 July 1920

! Where are the De -t.;w tint I iuuiw u lor lUMteserv ! ll',,lrs rfliti M-ituUi gate. llonltnued fikl Met;. iJ KlUlAiUi J. MUX. HARRIS MESSENGER SERVICE Prompt Attention To All CnlU j Rates Reaaonablo Hay Pnatiag lialtou. fill. UtiUL. Phone Osage 8250 10mW to fuU Mar) Office 318 E. Arohar Street W. Hi HARRIS, Manager. OKLAHOMA Cm, OKU., Julyi 16 Tw Oklahoma Ut and aj tu4brie printing houses are engaged I f r H U.tl U'-f. ad? ,i Jm'MI. ' i f - ! ; A. I I Hi I I I., ill m til In I III! II ir hi U In In tic fl) I , i "i h in li in I. ei ru ii 1. til 4 tti (I. in ' hi I I'i is i' II v IS' I hi U lu' I VJ . nl lie-ir Iti ' n ,iu tin v titi dnr f U' 'I perpb-Mtx ii n b' t xour tinx iinl ri'i 'ollcctio;. ihHIi J III! I """" " mm lllgjll iuiiu, III prilil I mm l.at Wi k i I lO till (III) .!. ij-:nt , Ii lh.it I know Ibis queer to 'Hit w ll t i 'i tliefc i .i' it Hi. icxpt llVl I) l l l'la is ji .. I he 'I t the 1 1 M, I, th mi1 ' li lie fjit i I!' I, . ' n i In '. Ii t ..I M .111 ).,. t 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. — 17 July 1920

in? u is srp t m WHERE TO BUY ON EASY PAYMENTS AND FOR LESS MONEY Feldnian Furniture Co. WE HANDLE A COMPLETE LINE OF FURNITURE, CARPETS, RUGS, LINOLEUM, BEDDING, STOVES, PHONOGRAPHS, ETC. COME AND MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME. Phono Osage 57C5 24 E.. First St. ""SBBtSrE!BE5 Jack Dennis Roso like the Boston Tar-Baby. A stumbling block in all Barbers' way. Pig-iron, King, Big window washer, In tellitcnt Table Waiters. Call at 318 East Archer Street, for Gooil Barber Service SPECIAL SUMMER OFFER! Instruction in Typewriting and Shorthand $5.00 Per Month. All kinds of T,viewritiii, neatly done. Satisfaction Guaranteed Prices Kcnsonnhlc. Out of Town Work gien Prompt Attention. THE MARY JONES PARRISH SCHOOL 10352 N. Greenwood Street Phone Osage 2157 or Osage 3339 Tulsa, Oklti. SI 1T. IhSON MVMCS Undent .mi m.i n ,li. .i.oil, iv.tlirtc STAKTI.1M; DISCl.OSLirKS in no M-p.it.ilimi In th? I iln.l.itiou .in i to rare. 1 Clearlj HhiMratct Im.iosmliilily i'Jli'valiiiK Sluniliird of OMh liomu Schools Wi...

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. — 17 July 1920

' .! 1 ummm'wiiuBlr vi mm WwiV. Sllin.li fULSA'S COLORED BUSINESS DIRECTORY Church Directory M) ZION BAPTIST OHUKUH. Jorncr hnston and Elgin. .Sunday School: 0:30 a.m.; Prr-aeh-ii'v: 1 1 :30 a.m., nnd H i.m.; Mid Week Service, Wednesday, 7:30 p. in.; I!. . P. U. Sunday, 5:30 p.m. Come ami worship with us. ou nri- welcome. It. A. W1I1TTAKER, I'asi-i i hone: Osage 4303. VERNON A M. Ii. OriU KuiL M.vers Hall, 611 E. Archer .s . s.i.lmtli School 0:00 fl.ni.; Pre.. !l ii u 11:00 H.m.; Allen Endonv . I...iiue, 5:00 p.m.; Preaching, 7:00 pin , Choir Practice, Wednesday cm. dug, 8:00 p.m.; Class Meeting, ll..usday. 8:00 p.m. REV- 0. H. TUCKER, Pastor. MUST iUPllST CHUltCII (.i.e. Jncksttn and lCast Archer Sts. -iiidiiy Sclmol: 0:30 a. in.; Preach II u.iit; H. Y. P. U. 5:30 p.m.: . ,.i Services, 8:00 p. in.; Slul 'S.i'k Services, Wednesday, 8:00 p. ..:. t.l'A'. J. II. ABERNAT11Y, Pastor. IAKAD1SG BAPTIST CHURCH Corner Rulh and Bryan St .Mindiiy School, 0:30 a. in.; preach nit! at 11:00 a. in...

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. — 17 July 1920

Till 11LSAS1X.P Saturd.ix Julx 1" l'2(l PU.I SI M N Fair to Organized Labor ECONOMY SALE Real Values That you Will Immediately Recognize AT THE North Main Depart ment Store This is no ordinary July Sale. The fact is, year round pricey here are much lower than the so-called July sales. There's true economy in buying here at these prices. We must re duce stocks in some lines to make room for large shipments of fall goods arriving daily. Thus we offer, for quick sale, un usual values. For Women Ladies' House Dresses and Aprons, in all sies, worth $2.7f, t ipjL.75 Others at equal" reductions up to $2.98 Ladles' Gingham Dresses, worth $.r to $7 each, going at $ 3.98 Ladies' Waists, China Silk in all the latest styles. These waists arc good values at $3.50, but we close them out at, each $1.98 All yard goods going at less than cost. Hacyes Shoe Bargains Ladies' Vici Kid Oxfords, turned soles, French heels, black or tan, regular $10 values, pair $5.49 Ladies' two-tic full calf Oxfords, Fre...

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. — 17 July 1920

I ! H'M IIIL 'll'LSx STUI, S.dunl.i Jiih 17 I'.PU uL. u I v II d. Illl. Tl LMA UTAH, MIT1IKHMAN, Kditor and I'libliidier. hi CIiimh MmiI Mnltt'i Ml Tulsa, Oklahoma. li'HIPTION RATES: P0L1TCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ! ... U.OU rlOlllll LflU i. . - .. 1 0(J vi t .plum-. Musi li.' I 'aid in Advance- '.l M' I II! KM 7 iiciilulioii .Malinger. MCMKB, " or MWm w ekvicj; FOU UNITED STATUS SENATE I .am plui'scd to announce my can didal' for United Slides Senator, subject to (lie deinoeriitic prhuun, August 3, IHliO. ' SCO'IT FERRIS. OUR POLITICAL FAITH. 'H1 II ( I Me ll.il . 1 . und ("iduwed with certain inidiciiiihlr liln nt iid 1 lit pursuit if huppiiictts.' " H'e i'ih .ph , (if true Democracy iih iroiimJit I iinii.i. .Iid'lersiui und without fear or favor, we all Mile-, fighling for an honest, impartial appli iiHijm , to all men leardless of raee or color. OUR RELIGIOUS FAITH. M-nr s m- ran to our own conception of our duty A-llmwinii. to do rijrht and live right at nil timen i us ihe conscience t...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 24 July 1920

1 v Tulsa Welcorn Fellows Grand Lodgre W mi A. Fcarles Exponent of. Right and justice. A.n Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. Lirgcr Circulation than all thn ron.bincd Colorca vVeoklios In OKlahoma. Read THE STAR and keep in foimed on all current issue. vwravn WIWyiWiWM MM W lH Weedv Mail Bcliiion es Odd " ;::; V - y ', 100 - VOLUME X Irregular in Accounts Charged Against Endowment Secretary IMPORTANT SESSION OF GUAM) LODGK, K. OF P. COURTS OF CALANTHF. II KM) IN TULSA Many Prominent National and State Officials Arc In Attendance. The P.vthinns and Calanlheans or the Oklahoma jurisdiction met in lliis city last Tuesdaj morning and on account of tin? large nltendanci and cxtrnordinnr enthusiasm evi denced, it was piobabi.v the great est gathering of P tliinnisni in the Southwest. Promptly at the lionr .set, the gieat assemblage which lilled the Dreamland TJieatre was called to order by G. G. Charles 11. Wickham. I he Rev. J. S. Dawson of 1!ol. wa...

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 July 1920

TH TtlSV STVR Saturifl), July 24, 1020 ).( I i l'l-.'u. nar, August 3, 1920. J. H. CLARK. primary, August 3, 1920. II. J. GRAY. ( . G. I. U 1 R. 'I'lii- flight i ii. t in hkr the flight of h whole lot of folks through tl iv world. A spiTtul. r fla I crash -n tlititle-olil forevermore. A whole lot of tin Iihtb boon Inking "comet" flights in oitr fhmnoiiil itiHtii'i'H, Come eauy yo eiufy. iilintioim now are that there will ho a tihango in onr national busU iii'ss nffnira thu nnturnl retroiichinciit from n money sprue. How nro 3011 yoing to wake up like a comet or like a thoughtful, foroalyhlarf, thinking human! Arc you wiving any money nro yon looking abend f Why not ilarl a vhig account now! It'n never loo lnte to save money. Money will prove your host friend on earth when you real ly need il. Von ran begin willi an little an $1.00. It's not the amount saved that counts it 'h the IIAI'.IT OK TIIHIKT. The xchaiwe National Bank And the Exchan Trust Company 25 I hereb) announ e ni candi...

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 July 1920

Ill' lU S. SI 1. s PGR THREE V It Tlio Exchange? Insurance Ass ociuti on Of Boley, Oklahoma is tho ONLY Insurance Company Ownou ana Controlled by Colored Men, Writing Health and Accident insurance. We Solicit your 'business. A Square Deal to all Policy Holders. District Ollice Wood's Building 1014 Noitn Greenwood avenue. J. E. GARRETT, Supt. N. D. RUSSELL, Asst. Supt. W. H. OWENS, Agent. Agents Wanted in every City in the State. Home OfPce uugrand Building, Rooms No. 192, Second Floor, Boloy, Okla. E. L. LUGRAND, President. . A. W. WARD, Vice President. X W. A KENNEDY, Sec' nml General .il.inager. Tp3: ae: :-::;-r-5--:: 3tr HARRIS MESSENGER SERVICE Prompt Attention To All Calls Rates Reasonable Office 318 E. Archer Street W. m HARRIS, Manager. . HBNUBRSO& BKOS. Grocery Store Now Opened on West Vernon street Wo will save You Money if You deal with us. Why go to Town to Trade when you can get the same goods from us for the same price. All kinds of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Come ...

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 July 1920

Tli It I S ST1. S.I .nil I.ih -I t 2 t- -a - -e. -.a.. .. a. v. if.'' " -&- -o- -- j- -- h msjjrmL Iff" ; H Die w S i i n HI 1 I -e - ' usiness isaKgi3aaijrtC3S3gcPEakt,- v; amwmigmaajjg ill"irillll(Pfr Ouit-B 1S Hatka Ei illil fcJ 'JEL Tulsa's n s y ' tii$W X&.2teg&&' r-ss?5. Pioneer Shoe Merchant Retires From Business After 10 Years Honest Service on Second Floor Robinson Building Must Close Out Stock at Once For Men, Women and Children At Less T h anufacturer'5 - ' - ars ror I lie Price of Ono iv It Cost fj & E li i ss a ITho Same Honest, Straight for ward Business Policy We Have $ Sver Tried to Maintain in the Past, Will Continue Throughout fa This Sale. AM u ft h H' SR"fiLL. P sShBBHk ft SM T ft v?&2&. K A' (RJ $1.89 III liilllllll 1 1 m HI i mmmmmmWmm Pil A" 1 H 7JI Bifl EH Kb Wf1 wM era F fpta B m lvj &lsily SI SB W w iiib$& ffl n SHOES AY HI Ml WEEK W Follow the Crowd! $2.39 Follow tlie Crowd! $3.89 $43 989 Styles to Choose From 2nd Floor ...

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 July 1920

Till THS srn, Silu.i1a. JtiK 2 l'. i.r i ir wiilui; u: rrn: ilu? 203 SOUTH MAIN wVrftsNwP , ssmsM The Bargain Center of Tulsa ST A SK STta" a i i KAi. i LAkGE Get your dollar and cents ready to attend 1 lie greatest sale that ever look place in the city of Tulsa. Crowds. Crowds, Crowds have heen buying up bargains until this sale is the, talk of the entire city. Miles and miles of dry goods, silks and drapery goods, shoes, clothing and furnishing goods for men, women and children, piled mountain high in bins and on tables and are being sold at a price that will seem almost impossible, once you look at the season's newest oflViings. "Ve urge you to at tend as soon as possible while our stock is large and complete. ASTOUNDING! L,oolzSee WJiat JLittle Money will JJo Mere Heg. 10 silk peticoats SG.95 Heg. .lOc gingh.uns, low USc Heg. 'l.'ic children's hose, IDe -.?.."0 georgette, per d. SI. 05 i-j.ViO ladies' silk hosiery $2.15 M.2." silk poplin, per ard C9c Heg. &.'! men's oeralls,...

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