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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 24 July 1920

im t Si mm s TULSR'S COLORED BUSINESS DIRECTORY Church Directory Ml 2I0N BAPTIST CHTJRuH corner lasiuu and Elgin, iunda) School: y.30 ajn.. Preach ing: 11:30 jii., and 8 p.m,, Mid week Service, Wednesday, 7:30 p ill, Ii. . P. L. Sunday, 5:30 p.ra. Come am) woiship wiln u. You art- weicome. H. A. WHITTAKLH, I .cr I none. Usage 1363. VERNON A M. x.. OhUECII Myers Hali, OH h. An . r N! Sabbath School 9:Uu a.m. I'm. 1. mg 1 1 .UfJ a in , Allen I. ml a -r Uague, JIM pro., Preaching, 7. p.m., (Jioir Practice, Wednesday evening, 8.00 pin.. Class Meeting. 1 hut sd.i 8:00 pin. HLV C H. ILCKLR, Paatur. FIRST "HAITI ST CHUICCH Cor. Jackal and Lt Archer Sts indny School. 9.30 a. m., Preach- , . 11 a.m.. H I. L. o:30 p.m. ....... Services. 8 00 p. m , Mid Wttk Servues, Wednesday, 8:00 p m. I.EV. J H. AHLHNATHY. Pastor PARADISE BAPTIST CHURCH Corner I'uth and Br) an St Minds) School, 9 JO a. m., preach i ng at 11:00 a. m.. and 7:30 p. m, Heme Mission, 2:30 p in., B. Y. P. U.. 4:3 p. m.: Mid week ...

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 July 1920

HP It IS v. M H, Sal P.l SlN TllG Economy 919 N. Greenwood St "Wo Call For nntl deliver, in one day Tailoring Co. tcctl. "We also do alteriiu: nnd iitlin Huts, Panamas especially. Prompt Service is our Motto. First Class Harlier Shop in Connection S. BRISKER, Mgr. Satisfaction Guar.n nlao Clean and Dleek ..&. try''.'. vnrvvr Pvrx'vrrv&Kvirt . I Standard Lite Insurance Co. ULSA Kl.lUMUH lUl; NOW HAS .11 UlllV. PRIX 1 MI'S IN LIMITS Kite Voting Places Added and Boundary Linen of Ten More Arc Changed. i it t tn Ua' ii.i l bi VI II i KXIMIlih lu'vnut .N.i. y Beginning :it tlic intersection of the M. h. hihI T. W lilt Until, HIVl II llV ( Jt managing vilili.r n the Defender. 1 olloulug till dinner, The rnpid increase In population of the city of Tulsa since IMS, ns shown in tin- approximate figures nt Ihr 11)20 il'llsus. lias made 11CC- essnry the rcdistrieting of the city of beginning. n. i.i win C.lllv .IK" with Mr. luiilway and Main street; thence l.i,li as toastmasler, addres...

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 July 1920

V P;r V TS STP S- -da. zi THE Tl LA STAR. .7 MITHEKMAN. Editor and P Uisl.r. K- Claw Mail Matter at Tulsa, n; ? ,,. in- 'i - x M Tnr.- A Sl'BSCRIIflON RATK8: -r 2U0 ' l-MI Months 100 - ibscriptioni M-ist le Paid in Adranee ALP.KKT SMITHERMAN ir.-ulaiion Mar.af. --OF-.dT k&i23 FIPST IM SEBV1CI MANY ir" TR i.NTEM JiKARilS ,i. -, 1 ...-i t-.. qu-stions in refer-i,. . to tin- (J O F as .i wh-.l.- .n-i - Nation,) Republican Commit tee in particular. Th an- ask, rig: - When- d- we come int" and "What do we get!" We rispectfully suggest to our confrere, that if they will read Mr. Harding' acceptance speech recently delivered at Marion with the degree of keen discern ment which distinguishes them above their fellows, they will find that they come in at identically the same place where they go oat, and they will get what a certain little bov on a memorable dav hot au o TITE PROSPECTS FOR A M'MPEH crop in nearly all farm products in Oklahoma this year indicate that the farmers'are if no o...

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 July 1920

A. FearJes Exponent of. Right iuid justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. VOLUME X 3C Stud Poker, Rasebnll and "Hdss" Racing 'lake Hack Scat For Great American Christ ian Spurt Lynch ing. , (A. N. 1". Son Ice) CHICAGO, 111., juj 3I The Correspondent or the Associated Negro Press nnent the question of "lynching" is prompted to write thus joeoseh of America's .shame which puts her out of the running as a luminous example in a .World Democracy: "On with the L.vnching, Led Joy he uiiL'oiifincd." If he has m dark ened skin, hang him u. Thai seems to be the 1920 rule of Am.eriea's Brent nntioiml pastime Lj-ibching! You think it's n jokeV Rend the newspapers, the reports o,f tlie .sheriir in Paris, Texas; of the -rami jurj in Duhilh, Minnesota, and the employer of Ed Roach, in Per sons Couiitv, North Carolina. All WHATTINT1IEIIELL Continued three places they lvnched, mwrder ed, assassinated, covered the .sacred dust of their proud commonwealths...

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 July 1920

I'M, I !. i' str s,i v s M i Danielle Itipr I or I lie I mil Killer. (A. N P. S. ilci) ATLANTA, l..i., Julx ,m.-Hepic senlnlive J. W. DnnleU, of I Irani County, ollcrcd in Hie home ii bill In whiih he seeks to sidestep tlm fourteenth aim-ndmi'iit lo the I -ei'nl Constitution, anil entirely e llmlnate the Nr-rn ir. m lh- ik.'m rnl lire or (!ciria. Tfce bill, which lv exactly similar lo a irholuiiou of fcrod eurh in Hi vsioii, but on whlrli Inn never been nn action, proposes Hint it sIimII br unlawful for ait) person born on the Afrl m continent, or desrendid from i son so born simr the veiir i J '.. I)., to bold oHV - . u Kin. T'lif bill h;i , ,. . tile home rommillci mi p. : ill nnil elections. When n shniliir resolntio 1 ,c zmsammmzTZEsmmzx: " i ' 'Jin ii 'I i .ri in tin m ssiuM ii I" ( I) ( mi' h iimI r.tln i v, ,,, ' ili'thx jm titini' ,. x i Ii In III house, but little attention ujis i -mi it. Subsequent ly llisit time,! however, h gre.il deal of iillenlio.i has lieen Riven to s...

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 July 1920

-"-wH ::. N n n '4 il'l ; , i I Ay m W M h V n H w I 1 m to k In Mi u U V: I fit m I 1 I 1 Is TUP Tt I,S STn, S.ilurln. July. 31, 1020, .. . - - - -. .Jv. -Jw $ -8 - , - 1 DON'T UP Bksb Mlf I I & I WF 1 I irSfe Vote For American Principles American YOU And Ideals CAST R BA LOT For 0 P m ' " ' Sure Winner in Tuesday's Election P(.' Tllltl 1 - P ' KM tf tf M Si AV. .- ) I Kf, r-r .3f-r -. -- 3?-e'; --i &a. 3'-ii.2:-fc'X.x-K2!a.:-.x-js-3-.; z- ar- ..-ti .--r. -L?--v.3?!i..'..a-irj;-o-.j;-?4...ja-;. -.T" iM

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 July 1920

I'M. I lot Jl TILS vrn. Snlurelnj, Jiih, 31. 1020, r-i WHERE ARE THE DEAD? .1! I hi the (Oil HR'lll STJ3 3?r :3cs3nswr53iHi 'MIS' I i t. I M'KN! LISTEN! I'-oplf of the pub- i ' ' informed th.it ' ii' - i r IiI-Im -vi,e inisis " ' i I i ir eonareg.itions 'I'd in nfiliXs on llililc subjects lo iii. I amount In nn thing hut III. it Ihi'j will answer them evri San dfly from iheiii pulpits. Now listen hIm, if these w ' ings do nut .iniiiuut l ,hm . why take the time to .in.wci i n And attain, wh iln thr . my riiiillenKc ami i i i carpet brfmr the ; ' i I ' me up throiiMh the s n . 'Ilir-ir attempt to itnswci i, t ingS by attacking tllein flu - n own privntte pulpit. In tun.. i bark is just like a imm wlm wmdd lay in tbv bushes and assiisMii.nr an opponent if peri'linnec be i nl. I teep from being .aught. In order that you, dour people, may know th.it I .1111 in front enrn est nml desire to culightl'n ou, con cerning God'.s phin of Salvnlion, I wish it underst.iod that while I nin u four ...

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 July 1920

N't. Tl'LSA STAR Sahircln, Jul, 81, 102(1. PACit: FIYI. ta Boys a ns Here is o JVcw GnniG. Wont to 1ln v it? Call in your best play mates and toll them ah out tine same "TOAIORltOW Asjfcrtliem to play with you. Hero i how you jploy "TOMORROW" First You decide in your oVn mind just wh.it yoa propose to bei when you grow up but don't tell the other folks playing with you. Then describe what you are going to do while your are growing up so that you may be just what you desire to be when the time comes. Tell carefully what you must do to work" out your plan and then let your friends guess what you propose to be. You will find it a fine game and you will always find that to' p anything worth while in this world you MUST instill a large portion of THRIFT in your program. TRY the GAME AND REMEMBER the PART THRIFT Must Have. THE EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK And The EXCHANGE TRUST COMPANY I UK lOl M SllLUIl 1. t take this mi' .ins i uiiunuuciug1 WHERE ARE THE DEAD? Count, State of Oklahoma. Will R...

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 July 1920

I'M. I Sl Till RI.SV STH. Salurdnx. Jh, 31, 1020. TULSRS COLORED BUSINESS DIRECTORY Church Directory Ml ZION BAPTIST CHURUI. I ..orni'i L.tswii .ma Ligui. Sunday School: J ..ill j.iii., Pleach ing: 11 :.'() a.m., and imii.; Mid week Serv.ie, Wednesday, 7:30 p in.; It. Y. I'. 1. Sunday, a:JII I'm. Come hikI oi ship vv (tit u. You r' welcome. R. A. Willi IAKI.H, P.nlur I'lione: Osage l.tl',3. VERNON A ltt E. OkUEOii Myer'ii Hull, till I.. Ai . I . i M. Subbath School 11:0(1 .i.in., i'iiJ. I. uiK lliw u-iti.; Allen Lmleaxjr Liaguc, il l-".. Pleaching, 7:0(1 pan , Choii Piaili.c, Wednesday cx.:iing, 8:011 (.iu . -! Meeting, M.iii sil.i. 8:00 pm. !l V C. H. IICKI.H, Pastoi. I IKS!' ttAFTIST CHURCH u and ' ast An her Sis n .1 '..Ui .i. in., Ii cm.h- .... ii I'. t . .n.iO p.m.. ,,hin, 'Ml J. III., Mill nk Scixi.es, N ednesday, 8:00 p. m 1.1 . J II. VHliRNAIHY, l'astor. I'AltxDISL HAI'TISI' CHURCH l ..i iii-i IMIh anil Bryan St s. liool, 51:30 a. in.; preach iru ..I II tin .i. ni., and 7:30...

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 July 1920

i'i sitN MME. BERllY, H.ur Dres.c Under the JIMi; liAMlK) s s M CM. s.,i!a ti..n tiu.u m toed, It makes that hur.ish, slioi ; ha u grow long, soft and glossy. Mnking the growth eoniu directly from the roots. First TtTatmiMit $l.fiO. and 75 cents every two weeks. Press ing Oil HO cents per box. Growing Oil 50 cents per box. Temple Grower 25 cents per box.- Phone Cedai J191. Kesidencc No. 801 E. Haskell, opposite the Oklahoma Iron Works. TULSA, OKLAHOMA To the Colored Indies -OF Tulsa Please rend the STAR, and grasp the opportunity that awaits you, loam to make your own hnts. Now is your chance, for your individuality to ascrt itself. Mrs. J. H. Jefdcry, at 1315 Pocuhuntas street, has decidod for the benefit of the jmins Colored Women of Tulsa, to tench a thorough md complete coursa of instructions in Millinery,) consisting of designing, making, shaping and trimming lwts. This offer not only qualifies you for making your own hats, or for your friends, but enables you to secure a good ...

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 July 1920

I'.u.i: 1 u.iri ,L. THE TULSA STAh Saturday. July, SI, 1920. I Till: Tl LA STAR, ! lil.'li.M .. J..!itor nnd IVblnher .1 Mail Maltor at Tulsn. 01.1. 'mm.!. IW 1GIT10N KATES: On- Six M Time All i . .ii nhrlis Months Hulls, i ipt mn .M..-I I'iii.l in fL' 00 ... . 1..VI ,. 1 (JO Adxanee. AI.UKin S,MITin:i.MAN. i iivulHtion Mating, r battle t.. sax. our national life and to ml wars It j ,ed lis to i.nd o.ir old fiicnd S,.,intf (i0I1., f.,,1,,,,; llt ,llilt ,.IItl. .,1 turn- to stand by the people by standing bx he Prosid.ni ,,f tin- United State, the Commander in Chief of our A inn and Nuxx and Mamies Senator (!ore could haxe irixm Seott Fdris no greater endorse uielit than he did xx h. u he de. laivd Hint in time of war he stood b the e-i,,,t ,mniii..n.hi who inaisliiibd our forces of defence anil earned .mi II, ir t m.Ii.ij Tulsa Tribune. Ic. Chirk. MEMJIEH ""-OF SEKVlcfc OUR POLITICAL FAITH. t "All men are born equal und endowed with certain iiialionnbl right, -ninoiig whah are life,...

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 August 1920

i I 1 ifoui HM W sssss JAA I sf ? f ' " ' &Pi A. Fcarles Exponent of. Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defendor of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. I- 'j. m7 , ;'h?f .!!? m :" Larger Circulation than all the combined Colored v7ceklios In Oklahoma. Read THE STAR and keep in formed on all current issues. Vcofcly Mail Hdition VOLUME X ril.S, OK! lIol, SVIIIS'AV Ul.lsi 7. -jo T- jy rM FH3 ffSiflR S5 PKt T ii M Mill II TW1 NH MM IT ! JTuwwiwqi-wimiaj(MMM,.M1. . REPRESENTATIVE S( OTT FERRIS NOMINATED Wins Over Senator Thomas P. Gore By Larue Majoril) : Ferris 91,278) Corc, 69,599. (Spotlul to Tulsu Stat) OKLAHOMA CITY, Oki.i., Aug (i. Although late returns from Tues dav s prinuir) cut down somewhat the earl) lead piled up b Rcpre .scnalive Seott l-'ciris lor the demo cratic nomination for I'niled States enalor, the repiesealive still had :i lead of 2I,(!K0 over Senator Thos. 1'. (lore on a tahu'nlinn bv the Dail) OMahomau earl) lodii) of complete but unoffici.il retur...

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 August 1920

l Will .i.STKV LISTEN! LISTEN! I.lslcn Di.ii I'niji'e of the pub- he, I .mi it Ii.iIiU informed some of Hit' nii!l-toe-'wlw n ' ters li im liM their coin .1 th.'il n.y vmi'ipk on In nt iiiioiitil ' i they ll.l i"Ks uliv Mid will in-, ll .11) III! 1(1 til puipit ry , - l-ll II ,1,, nut ' iKi thr again, i' amount time lo Hi I ' UP .-.or I' 'it., not accept . I II- ' -i'I II' !M till I ..I ', ' Nl I 1 1 I to'.' ,' , niivt r in v. i i! ,n , I, nig them from tin ir n lie llll)its liehllld III) just like ii man who would i i .l.Ks iMl back l.i in the hushes anil assassinate an opponent if perchance he could l.ei p from being caughl. In order that you. dear people, in. y know Hint I inn in went earn est and dcsiie to enlighten sou, on . lining God's plan ol Salvation, I wish it uudersl.jocl that while I am a poor man and look to (ind lo open the win for m Ihing. while tins side of the vale. 1 will pay nil nivessary expenses am where in Hie stale of Oklahoma lo .secure a .roper public place...

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. — 7 August 1920

THE TLLSA STU1, Saturday i iO 7 .1 jo. pu.f Timr.K To tine Colored Ladies 0 Tills a Please read the STAR, and grasp the opportunity that awaits you, learn to make your own hats. Now is your chanco, for your individuality to asert itself. Mrs. J. H. Jcffpry, at 1315 Pocahuntas street, has decided for the benefit of the young Colored Women of Tulsa, to tench a thorough and complete course of instructions in Millinery,i consisting of designing, making, shaping and trimming hats. This offer not only qualifies you for malting your own hats, or for your friends, but enables you to secure a good position in a shop or else go in business for yourself. At the simple price of 15.00. $5 00 down and next payment, as early as your advancement requires. i Come out and let's talk the matter over. Take a Lansing Jit ney, get off at end of line, walk 2 blocks west, and onc-half block north. Ride with Berry No. 1 or No. 2. Only 10 cents. Cut this Ad out and think it over. H Jocat anc( Ooclal sSews Mr...

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. — 7 August 1920

T THE TULSA STAI1, Saturday Augtrd 7, 1020. P(iF HHMt ' Tl IK Tl I.SA MTAH, A .1. SMITIIKKMAN, Editor ahd I'ublndier. Entt f an Second Clwts Mail Matter Jit Tulsn, Oklahoma. SUBSCRIPTION RATKS: One Venr 2.00 Six .Months ' lf0 Three Months !W All Subscriptions Musi be Paid in Advance. A lillKRTTmTiilaT A N, Cir.-ulutinn Managtr MLWUEIt ' OK 5 Wf?& in YMStW ir- U.T3-i.--- W Wr J Or ,r,CT., .nnvirt OUR POLITICAL FAITH. "All men arc born equal and endowed with certain inulieiiabl rights, among which are life, libcitj 1 1 l tlic pursuit ol' happiness ' Thomas Jefferson. We believe in the principles of line Democracy as promulgat ed by the patriot, Thomas Jcffioii, and without fear or favor, we will be found at all I illicit fighting lor an honest, impartial appli cation of these principles to all men icgardlcss of race or color. I the injoMiiint "I .ill Ihcir nyhts" 'I lit niimtmiin require li-nls, in ndili tion lo a I eileral iiiitl-liitliiiig law, arc the .ibuhlion of 'Cgrcidton an...

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. — 14 August 1920

pw H H M wjtz mjisi asjs S'ys'.r Fearlos Exponent of. Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. Wo fir only to do wrong. VOLl MB X Oct. 12. 13. II. !.". l'J20. W cv oka, Okla. Tlu' .egio Stall 1 .hi will lit" la-Id on lla- above il.tli.-s '! the Ran. h of .1. Cnodv ! Imsoii, si miles north of Wcwok'n. 'lla- J ah bids fair to he lla- greatest ivcr put over by I he Colored people or the Stale, 'lla' loralion is an ideal one Tor this exhibition being located in the heart ol' a "U."illl acre r.nic-li, in Hie best ngrb ulluial dislriit in Ihe ooiiiil or state. Tla idea of having a Negro Slate Fair originated vTilli J. Goody John son, win. is Ha- founder and ptexi deiil ol the l-aii association. The object ol lla Fair is lo promote anil entourage agrii ullinv .mil live sloek raising among lla Negro citi zens or our stale. Poo man of our people an- leaving the I'm m for the alreatl.s oer-eroMleil cities, and inci easing tla liigli cost ol" IMng. ami in ordci lo b...

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. — 14 August 1920

p u.i: two nil- TUSA STR, Saturdn.,, August II, 1920. "wMii mmm if w w -tm To Lho Onlorocl Lnclios Of TuIhu Please read the STAR, and grasp the opportunity Uiat await you, loarn to make your own lints. Now ia your chance, for your individuality to nscrt itself. Mrs. J. H. Jcffcry, at 1315 Pocahuntas street, has decided for ii . Iii'.lit of lln oiing Ciiliiii'il Women of Tulsa, 1o teach a thorough and complclo courso of instructions in MUluiery,) to si ting of dcng.hiij, makin,', shaping- and trimming Imts. This offer not onij ,!f yi far nxki.ig your own hats, or for your friend. , a .nable oa to ucurc a good position in a shop or ulsc go in bur.iii' . lor yourt.clf. At the simple prico of $1.j OJ $5 0J cbaM and next payment as early as your advr.ncemeiU n (juircs. , Conic out and let's talk the miter over. Take a Lansing Jit ney, get off at end of lino, wtlk 2 blocks west, and one-half block north. Ride with Borry N. 1 oi No. 2. Only 10 cents.' Cut this Ad out and think it over. J A...

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. — 14 August 1920

THE TULSA STAR, Saturday, August 1 1, 1920. PAGE THREE i r w r KEarESs3sa HTlie TyrnJmnfrfi Insurance Association Of Boley, Oklahoma is the ONLY Insurance Company Owneu and Controlled by Colored Men, Writing Health and Acri lent insurance. We Solicit your business. A Square Deal t.j Ai Policy Holders. District Office Greenwood avenue. J. B. GARRETT, Supt. N. D. RUSSELL, Asst. Supt. 'i W. H. OWENS, Agent. J Agents Wanted in every City in the State. Home Office jUgrand Building, Rooms No. 192, Second Floor, Boloy, Okla. J E. L. LUGRAND, President. A. W. WARD, Vice President. J V. A. KKNNKUY, Sec'y nnd Gencrnl Manager. U fCS p&Z&3SiXS4zZAtt2ZeSZtt Guarantee Clothing Store 2 North Main Street I lie store tluit lisimlles Men Mid Ho ys' Clollies. We want your patronage. We will give ou honest, courteous tu'.itiueiit anil low prices in return.) -, ;J I j HBNUBlSON BKOS. Grocery Store Now Opened on West Vernon Street. We will save You Money ii You deal with us. Why go to Town to Tra...

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. — 14 August 1920

PACT' FOl it 1111, TfI,S STH, Snturdny, August II, 1020. TULSHS COLORED BUSINESS DIRECTORY n hurch Directory V Ml ZION BAPTIST OHUROH. Joriicr Elision anil Elgin. Aiinilaj School: 0:30 a.m.; Preach ing. 11:30 a.m., and 8 p.m.; Mid Week Service, Wednesday 7::i() p. in., I). Y. P. U. Sundnv. 'I' p.m. Conic ami worship w.m u. Von urc welcome. H. A. WIIiTTAKER. Pasl ir liionu: OsaBo 1303. VERNON A M. E. CHURCH. 1,1., ii.til. Ml I-. Archer St. . .:. :iv'i-n.i '' nt .'; 1'icach- v,(! ii , '.! ' LihIimoi II" ,..111 l'I...t ll'liK "'!' , ' liun i i-i tit i'. wediievl.n . v .i.i.b, N.tio p.iii., Class Meeting, lhursdnv. S:UU p.m. IU.V C. H. 'I L'CKKR, Pastor. riKST "HAITIST CUUKCI1 Cor. Jackson anil Last Archer Sis. vMiulay School: 11:31) a. m.; Pieach . 11 a.m.; 11. Y P. U. 5:31) p.m.; ..lc,nt Services, :00 p. m.; Mid Week Services, Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. Itl-.V. J. II. ABERNATllY, Pastor. PARADISE I1APTIST CIIUKC1I Comer P.ulh and Urjun St aundiiy School, 0:30 a. in.; preuoh ing at 11:00 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. — 14 August 1920

THE TL'LSA STAR, Saturday. ugust, 11, 1020. PAGE FIVE (Continued from Page 3). WILL THE DEAD LINE AGAIN? counselor liiilli taught himV With whom look lit- council? Ami who instructed him and taught him the lftith or Judgment, and taught him knowledge, mill showed him the way til under-standing? Hehuld the nut ions aie as a drop of water in a hucket, and arc counted as tliei .small dust of tli0 halaucc, Heboid he liikclh up Hie isles as a very little thing. And Lebanon is not suflicient to he burned, nor the beast Iheieol' suflicient lor a burnt tillering. All nations beloie him are as nothing; and they are count ed to li i in less than nothing, vanity. To whom then will ye liken God? Or what likness will ye coinpaic unto limit" (Isiuh. 10: 12-18). The llrst thing essential to the under standing of Jehovah's plan is a full and unicscived cousei ration to do Rod's will. This means that such a one will never seek to please him self, man made organizations or sys lenis, when to do so wo...

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