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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 14 August 1920

PAGE SIX THE TULSA STA, Snlurclny, August M, 1920. THE TULSA STAR, A .1. SMITIIKICMAN, I'Mitor and Pnlilisliur. . 4 ' Entered as .Second (,'liiss Mail Mailer nt Tulsa, Oklahoma. Sl'MSCMMPTION RATES: One Year 2 00 Six Months LCO Three Months 1 00 All Subscriptions Must be Piiid in Advance. ALHERT SMITiTkUMAN. n. illation Mat.ngTr M1WBEH first in SERVICE OUR POLITICAL FAITH. .t I ' i piiu" i'l-iPi'mili' .it lllippilll'Ki ".''-. .. . :. Utwlliij .Ji I :! -.(Hi We holiuvu in the principles of tmc Democracy as promulgat ed hy the patriot, Thomas Jefferson, and without fear or favor, we will he found at all times fighting for an honest, impartial appli cation of these principles to all men legardless of rase or color. OUR RELIGIOUS FAITH. To live us near vs we ean to our' own conception of our duty to God and to on Minn men; to do lie lit and live right nt all times ns God has g: en us the coiiicieiice to see and feel il We believe man's greatest servii e to God may he rendere' through ho...

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. — 21 August 1920

t? orf- w ' A. Fearles Exponent of. Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defendei of the Colored Race. Wc fair only to do wrong. VOLUME X "GUAR G. O. I'. NATIONAL COM MITTEE "JIM-CROWS" KACE ORATORS Distinguished Speakers Of Our Group Are Not To Address White- Audiences Dur ing the Cam paign. (Siicclal to Tulsa Slur) ST. PAUL, Minn., Aug. 1'.). Hie "guarantee" of Negro rights men tioned by Senator Ilanling in his Marion speech of acceptance is be ing exemplified b the G. O. P. Na tional Committee at Chicago with a vengeance. Don't Uke it from us. Tuke it rather from that time hon ored and resered on.cle of .stalwart republicaiiiMii the SL Paul Appeal. In the recent issues of this Race Journal, John Quincy Adams, for half a century the earnest and un wavering champion of the 'rights of his people" via the Republican route, gics voice in double leaded editorial tones to a piotest against a "jim-crowed segregation" put in effect by the G. O. P. National Com mittee. With box-car letter ...

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. — 21 August 1920

THE Tl'LSA S'i'AR, Saturday, Aligns! 21, 1U2J. THE AM KANSAS SHOE SHOP 612 Cameron Street I do Fiist-C'liiis. bllOK Hlil'AiItlNO here inula- Shoes for Men Women and Children. Ifi Years Kxpeiieuee. C'utnu and try me. I urn the Shoe Doctor, 1 will make that old shoe look like new. ' THE ARKANSAS KIKC'IIUC SI50I2 SHOP jiiHl opened for business. W. N. 0. MILLER, Prop. Attractive Premiums Offered By Negro State fair. PRESIDENT OOODY JOHNSON ANNOUNCES PREMIUMS FOR DOMESTIC AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. PAGF TWO V' V CAKh'Y INFERIOR INSURANCE? Whon Your Money Will Buy the Bost ' NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Of The UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Chietgo's Oldest, hiti oncrit, and Most Reliable IiiMiruncu Company u now offering high class but very liberal protec tion to men, women and young; folks with more than $17,000, 000.00 Assets und Liabilities. Capital Stock $500,000.00. We uio now ready to yive the public and our faithful friends us much insurance as they want for health and ucci daut, ana...

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. — 21 August 1920

fHE tt'LSA STAtt. Snlurdnx, ug si, M Han P(.l HIIUI 'W. iara3sCTMr wsKi"-? ;, Tie Exchange T-nssiirance Association Oi Boley, Oklahoma is tho ONLY Insurance Company Owncu ann nnntrollnd hv Colored Men. Writing Health and Acri lent T insurance. Wo Solicit your business. A Square Deal . -U Policy Holders. District Oifico Wood's Building 101 M Noitn Greenwood avenue. J. R. GABRETT, Supt. N. D. RUSSELL, Asst. Supt. W. H. OWENS, Agent. ft Agents Wanted in every City in the State. Home Office J uugrand Building, Rooms No. 12, Second Floor, Boley, Okla. f E. L. LUGRAND, President. A. W. WARD, Vice President. X AV. A. KENNEDY, Pec') and General Manager. 4 MuaasaaB33sa!:: Js: &xca5XByiMa Guarantee Clothing Store 2 North Main Slteel Ihe slore (lint liamllcs Men and Boys' Clothes. We waul your patronage. We vv-" KVIV you ho .. ,1. curlcous iie.nmenl mill low prires in tettiiT. IS PASTOR RUSSELL'S KPIAINAT OF THE BIBLE THE TRUE GOSPEL? HBNUBlt&OJS S31ZO&. Grocery Store Now Opened on...

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. — 21 August 1920

paw i oi'n "If 'I USA Sil, Snturd.r,, August. 21. 1920. TULSA S COLORED BUSIN Church Directory Ml 2I0N B API 1ST CHURoH Jornci Laslon and Elgin. Sunilnj School: 9:30 a.m.; Pienrh ing: 1 1 :ao a.m., tii.d s p.m.; Mid Week Service, Wetlnesdns, 7:30 p in.; li. Y. I. U. SuihIiij, ." :,10 p.m. Come and wnislup with us. iiii iPU VSC'ICOUIC. M. A. WUriTAKI-.il, Pastor I'lioiiu: usage i:u;:t. Tho LITTLE 1'ULLMAN CAFE 129 .soith Gieenwood, A ichI nice, iii-iiI, clean place I i god things In cut. Slop Ijj. A hltfc, ,v. SCARBROUGH. VERNON A M E. CHURCH. Mjur;. ll.ill. 0. 1 I . Aiilii-i SI. ....jlllllll .SlIlCKll 'I. till .1.111., Plt'lllh n j, 1 1 .00 am., Allen Endeavor iiugue, ."i.00 m, 1'lcnclung, 7.00 p.m., Choii Pi .nine, Wednesday cs.Ming, 8:00 p.m., Cuss Meeting, 1 luas.inv. M.00 pm. u-.V (., it. lUCKl.lt, I'ustoi. JOHNSON S LUNCH KOOM i'io. J.j N. Cincinnati. I'lioiu-: Onuye 7bh. sil l.iiiiis ol line things, to eul, -i.i.i, UAhJrt.t.Lh AM) HOME COOKING. Orcon & Wilson 1 GROCERY STO...

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. — 21 August 1920

riitf TULSA STAR, Snlurday, August, 21, 11)20. PAGE FIVE iCtii To the CoorecZ JUadies Of Tulsa Please read tlio STAR, and grasp the opportunity that awaits you, learn to make your own hats. Now is your chance, for your individuality to asert itself. Mrs. J. H. Joffpry, at 1315 Pocahuntas street, has dccidod for the benefit of the young Colored Women of Tulsa, to tench a thorough and complote course of instructions in Millinery,! 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 elso 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 Dome out and let's talk the matter over. Take a Lansing Jit ney, get off at end of line, walk 2 blocks west, and one-half block north. Ride with Berry No. 1 or No. 2. Only 10 cents. Out this Ad out and think it over. YOUNKMAN'S RED ...

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. — 21 August 1920

PACK SIX THP Tl'LSA STAH, Saturday, Aumisi 21, 1IM!U. TUB TULSA STAR, J. SMITI1ERMAN, Editor mid Publisher. Entered ns Second Class Mail Mutter it Tulsa. Oklahoma. yUBSCItlPTlOX KATL.S One Ypiu n Six Months 1-50 Three Months 1 00 All Subscriptions Must be Paid in Advnnoo. AbHEHT SMITHERMAN. I lieiilntion Manner MCNBQI OF" FIRST IN XEKVICX '1 hat looks like President Wilson used Ills broud-nxe on Varduinan. flfty-flfty, or horse and horse to us. i o I THIS BRINGING OF PROIESSOIt, KLLI.L1! MILLISH U, Tidsn loi lecture at Convention Hull on August 125th is decidedly a ino-U praise worthy undertaking b Ihe looal Hunton Branch of the Y. M. C. A. Ihnt' they have secured a man nation:) 1 1 known for his eminent altuinmcnlsl and .scholarship shows that the desiie to make it most icitjin that every one attending the lecture wilt have opportunity of learning niiin ,''0, North Lansing things worth knowing. That they have hired Convention Hah for this! ni'i'jiiinn ii. indicative of tin- fir riM...

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. — 28 August 1920

p'- "ft A. Fearles Exponent of. Right id Justice. JLu Uncompromising; Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do, wrong. VOLUME X National Bus. League Would Not Hook On to G. 0. P. Band Wagon Commercial Leaders Decline to Mix Business itli Politics. (A. N. 1 Servlco) PHILADLLPIIIA, Pa., Auk., 27. Mnjor It. H. Moton wax elected presi dent (of tilt' Xatin.d Xe;ro Busi ness League) lor I ho ensuing year. .Mesilauius Hooker T. Washington, Mnggie I.. Walker, and Richmond A. Mulonc, vice presidents; Charles II. Andeison, secretin). Hishop H. E. Jones was cho-.cn Chairman of the Executive Committee. Rexolu tions commcidiii'' Harding and Coolidge weie withdrawn afler a hot light. Editor Expresses Thanks. I desire to express, to the friends who so kindly remem bered me during my recent i 1 1 ness, my sincere gratitude and 'appreciation for the friendly Rolicititudc and little acts of kindness extended to me. I should feel myself an ingrate indeed not to give some expres sion of the d...

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. — 28 August 1920

PAGE TWO . '1HL TULSA STAR, Saturday, August 28, 1020. The re' & A BIG BLANKET SALE At 203 SOUTH MAIN "SMFM MISMEUE! THE BARGAIN CENTER OF TULSA BUY NOW AND SAVE YOU'LL NEED THEM LATER. BUT THEY'LL BE HIGHER THE WELL KNOWN oJotto ilnnkets BIG, ROOMY And WARM S pec i til S4.95 And Many More Fine BLANKETS and COMFORTABLES at VERY LOW PRICES 50 ct. Ginahams Tho - Special For This SALE Ono Lot of Men's Craven: ttcu Oxfords in Khaki Color $3.95 I-.'Nk' frerrrUB Bonuses Ladles' Kimonos Lovely Colors in Grope EX Child 'rents' Sox A Good 25 cents Value for Iv ty SNAPS SNAPS SNAPS SNAPS In Good Homes Close In; A little Cach will turn You a Home Today. Real Estate BOUGHT and SOLD. RENTS COLLECTED, OIL AND GAS LEASE Notaiy Public In Office SADDLER & GREEN INVESTMENT A REALTY CO. 1221n N. Greenwood Phouc Osage G918 !-'-.'- -' - -0 ' -tM, "- ' State Baptist College Aiiscfie.', Ov.i hum u The School that stands for Character, Sound Scholar ship, High Christian Ideals, and Soil" Help Takes...

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. — 28 August 1920

THE TULSA STAn, Saturday. August 28, 1020. PU.I- IMHI ? 2Bfc3TJI-3-X ?5E "& i-U JfcV SatHHWta , M 4 TMw WAlWV, ,T JL XJI t JfJV.JIJI.J JlJlfi,- ft Insurance Association f jj Of Boley, Oklahoma is the ONLY Insurance Company Owncu S and Controlled by Colored Men, Writing Health and Ace' lent A fi insurance. We Solicit your business. A Square Deal .11 1 in Vnlinv Hnlilors. TiistriRt. nffien Wood's Buildincr 101 14 ftoitn a Greenwood avenue. 4 J. R. GARRETT, Supt. N. D. RUSSELL, Asst. Supt V W. H. OWENS, Agent. Agents Wanted in every City in the State. Home Office V uugrand Building, Rooms No. ll2, Second Floor, Boley, Okla. $ E. L. LUGRAND, President. i A. W. WARD, Vice President. f" . KENNEDY, Sec' nnd General Manager. rO-X i, ,i -i&- i.-- ---, Guarantee Clothing Store J! Nuitli Mill" Sheet hi- sloie tluil handles Mimi :.iul H')s' Clonics. c want niii patronage. We will give vou Iiii.ksI. emirieoiis ttcamiciil nnd low prices iu icturr, 7 HI5NOEMSON BROS. Grocery Store Now Open...

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. — 28 August 1920

jj'uv 'I'H.SA STAB, Saturday, uHnst 28, 1020. i IKWRS VC'l'IVK S ( ()!Ml Nin WOlMv (olr (I I'i0ile In Many Sutra Kit (face In ? ot bie UpIIN. (A. M. I". (fcrvlce) M Wi'OHP. H. I. ViiU. 27 'I'lio i 1 Branch "f the NnHonnl As oiiilinn for the Advancement f ( il.inl IYo I e stalled ii membcr Inp drive l.err last wk, Two 1 iti tired new i:irmlHrs arc snitRht In the hi audi. tlii' i pilar llf w .is ;u ii'sicd .i i uriii'il In I In- M.noi to It ii Hi its,. Yarner imiiicdintcl.v alia, hi-I Mcllar.v's proix-rly nml proinpllj en !piwI suit. Mrs. Yarner has iilso left the -il mil i -niil to have re I trned In lift- former home In Ken t!lrk. Mcl:ii' is nut1 of tin1 iirliv. mini woikiis among Ii i h nice and .is ii public speaker lnis few etpiah in the Stale or North Cnrolinn. lie, vm burn s sIiivp. but bv thrift nml intelligence bus amassed a consider blc fortune. Vainer Is owner anil ed' tor of Hie Lexington Dlspnleh. ,frs. Vitrner i: wbleK known as n 'ith-womtin and rliurrh worker. The V t'-...

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. — 28 August 1920

TM TULSA STAR, Saturday, ugusl !28, 1020. PU.b I IVI. UK THE ARKANSAS SHfrE SH2)P 512 Cameron Street 1 do Fiist-l hi-.. MIUK UklWIIiiNi! hnv mak Shoes for v Women and Clnlilu'ii l." Yi-tir- riM'iiencc. Come nml try I am the Sinn- Dmim 1 will m.iki lli.it 11 shoe look like new. T11J5 AUKANSAS Kl.KtTl.ll N1S01 SHOP just opened for business. W. N. C. MILLER, Prop. m,., Attractive Premiums Offered By Negro State Fair. PRESIDENT COODY JOHNSON ANNOUNCES PREMIUMS FOR DOMESTIC AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. WHY O-Av'iW INFERIOR INSURANCE? When Your Money Will Buy the Best NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Of The .UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (Jhiengo's Oldest, Strongest, and Most Reliable Insuranee Company ih now offering high class but very liberal protec tion to men, women and young folks with more than $17,000,. 000.00 Assets and Liabilities. Capital Stock 500,000.00. We are now ready to gie the public and our faithful friendb as much insurance as they want for health and acci dent, and irom $2,00...

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. — 28 August 1920

iUfiV SIX HK I'LLSA STAR, Saturday, August 28 1020 -Jbi fULSKS COLORED BUSINESS DIRECTORY Church Directory M ZION B API 1ST CIIURbH. . i i i. mi JOI'IICI ' Uslllll "' -' I s.mduv Sihool. H. Ml a.m., Picadi- Wei, Seruio, Wednesday. 7;:ill ) , ! . p I Sunday. '''II' I'-"1' i ulni .iiid woislnp with us. You n- we. tome. Jt. . Willi I IEH, Pailor I iiniic. Osage l.H'.t. VEKNON A M E. CHURCH. M ers Mall, lil 1 Auhcr St. , .liballi School il .011 a.m., l'rciuli 4 11 ill) ii m , Alien Endeavor j..iKJf, .Villi pin., Pleaching, 7.0U pin , Clion Fritilne, Wednesday ev Ming. 8:011 I1-1" . ('mss Muulinir. . .iis.ui. MM) pin. . ,' C. It. I bCKI.R, Pastor. 1 IRST BAPTIST CHURCH lor .mi Ksiii mill '-us! Archer Sts. i.ilt.v Si boo,- !i HI a in . Pi each- i ...hi.. II P. U. .:30 v-m.: ,n ' .mm vucs, K:lM p. in.; MIU- Y ik Services, Wednesday, 8:0() p. n I.I.V. I. II. ABI.HNATHY. Pastor. i-ARADlSli RAP 1 1ST CHURCH Corner I'alli and Btyun St .unlay School, 'J:.f(t a. in.; preach mn at 11.00 a. in., a...

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. — 28 August 1920

Tiili tULSA STAH, Snturdny, Angus! 128, 1020. PAGE SHVES SO. 8L iocal and Social JVeivs Prof. J. T. S. West was a picas- dependence street, who has been aut caller at the Star office this away for the summer had thc plcus- wcek. , Ulx' "' visiting these many beauti- . ful cities and looking over nian Mrs. (Jessie Medinly of Pawnee spent last Sunday here with Mrs. McFall. Mr. and tertaincd Mrs. John Fourshcc en Ihe ltev. Moton il din- ditl'ercnt scenes. Her llrst visit was Battle Creek, Mich., Buffalo, N. Y., Itocliester, N. Y., and Niagara Falls, N. Y. From there across Lake On tario to Toronto and Montreal, Canada. nor last Sunday. Mrs. M. (J. Goodman who resides 11. L. Nourole and wife of Dallas, (,t 112 West Noble street, Oklahoma resting at the City, is here visiting her sister, Mrs. Smith of HY North Hartford, left early this week lor Lebton, Tcnn., where she is to spend one month visiting friends. Texas are here Stradford llolo Mrs. Josie Cooksey of 21121 Madi son is spending ...

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. — 28 August 1920

l'AC.M K1UHT , .. - ' " TUB T!'!,A STAR, A. .7. SMITH HUMAN. Kditor and I'ublislior. BnterJJmt Second Class Mail Mailer nl Tulsa, Oklahoma. SUHMUKII'TION UATKS: o.v.r a-oo Six Months ' J Three Months ; V V ' -' AH Subscriptions Musi be Paid in Advance- AlTlKKT Sid IT UK KM N n '-illation Manner TUI- TL'I.SA STAR, Saturday, August 28, 1020. MtMUEH Mi I'lHST IN SERVICE ro . i.i. n. i .Mil with cerium iimliermbl i d I he pursuit of linppiness. ' " Ail Mien i "i euu.ii tin rights, among winch are I iff, liberty - Thomas Jefferson. We bolieve in the principles of line Democracy or prointilgnt od by tho patriot, Thomas Jefferson, and without fear or favor, we will 'he found al all limes fighting for an honest, impart iul appli cation of tliese principles to nil men regardless of race or color. OUR RELIGIOUS FAITH. To live as near ss we can to our own concept ion of our duty to God and to or cllownieii ; to do right nid live right at all times as God has g! en us the conscience to see and ...

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. — 4 September 1920

jM" 6 i Fearlea Exponent of. Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. VOLUME X Gov. Governor Robertson Writes to Star Editor The Editor of the Star is in re ceipt bf the following letter from Governor J. H. A. Robertson, the same being in response lo a letter sent the (Governor! in which ,Mr. .Smitherman exprcssedt his protest against the lynching of one Tom Owens, a young white man, and the sentiment "that there is no crime, however atrocious, that justifies nowevur .111 utiuua, mm ju-.iii-t mob violence." The letter follows:' State of Oklahoma, Executive I Oflice, OklahoinaN ,Ci6y. Mr. A. J. Smitherman ' Cure of Tulsa Stm Tulsa, Oklahoma. Sir: This is to acknowledge receipt of your valued favor of the 29th ult., concerning the recent lynching in Tulsa, and say that I appreciate your letter, and thank you for the interest manifested in the subject matter of the same. The Attorney General is now in Tulsa, making an investigation,...

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. — 4 September 1920

PAGE TWO 11IIS TULSA STAN, Saturday, September 4, 1020. :, ovr LiOEi. i'ie:.s you Stunaclrd Made MERCHANDISE At very Hcusonuhlc prices for Your Own I'ersonnI C.oocl and Benefit You Are Invited (o the Store OI ONE POLICY and ONE PRICE The World n&mim's Storo 10 East First Street N Tulsa, Oklahoma THE ARKANSAS SHOE SHOP t ... i.i .. in.... uillW,- IM.MA IH1NI! helV lllllllO SllOO for Ml'll i uu r irsi-vitiw uiiwii ...... ir i i-M.:i.i i- v.hii'k l.'.MiiTii'iic.c. Come and try mi'. UII1UJ1 1WH1 UIIJiUJLII. i ...,.-- ... ,11.... I....I. 111. ....... I am the Shoe Doelor, I will make mat out saw iook uku !..-. -,-.. ,,n.ii i . i i... TI1H ARKANSAS ELECTRIC Slf,WK Miur jinu opem-u .. business. W. N. C. MILLER, Prop. Look At This Wc buy and soil all lcinds of Second Hand furniture. Cnll the Blue Front Furniture Company No. 4, iV. Main St Phono O. Q3HO NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. This announcement i3 for the purpose of calling your Uontion to the fact that I have acquired the office former ly...

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. — 4 September 1920

THE TULSA STAR, Snturdny, Seplomoet I. 1020 PAlii: TH1U !' fcl l: ztmsss&mzei The JS-xrciiang-e Insurance Association Of Bolcy, Oklahoma is the ONLY Insurance Company Owncu and Controlled by Colored Men, Writing Health and Acci lent insurance. Wo Solicit your buuiness. A Square Deal t- all Policy Holders. District Office Wood's Building 101 H Nortn Greenwood avenue. J. B. QABRETT, Supt. M. I). RUSSELL, Asst. Supl. Aerents Wanted in every City in the State. Homo Office jUgrand Building, Rooms No. l & 2 Second Floor, Boley, Oklo- 1 E. L. LUGRAND, President. A. W. WARD, Vico President. k W. A. KENNEDY, Sec'y and General Manager, ij m3mtczzsm&&z&33zm?zx Guarantee Clothing Store 2 North Main Street 'he storo that handles Men and Boys' Clothes. We want your patronage. We will give you honest, courteous treatment and low prices in retting "1 THE WORLD HAS ENDED AND MILLIONS NOW WALKING ABOUT UPON EARTH WILL NEVER GO INTO THE GRAVE. LISTEN! LISTLN LISTEN! A nine line of ...

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. — 4 September 1920

'llll UIM STAR. balurdn, September !, 1920. Till-: TULSA STAR, A. J. SMITHRRMAN, Editor mid Publisher. " " t " Kutored as Second Class Alail iMutter nt TiiIhii, Oklahoma. s&5 titt--t7tfrr? SUBSCRIPTION HATKS: One Your $2.00 Six Month I .fit) Tlnoo .Months I 00 All Sulmei'lptioiiK MiiNt be Paid in Advance. AliMMtT NMITIIKR.MAN, ( ii'iilntitin AIihmki-i- MEMBER rmsr m jj i - --- - Jack Dennis Rose like the Boston Tar-Baby. A stumbling block in nil Barbers' way. Pig-iron, King, Big window washer, In-' tclligciit Tabic Waiters. Call at 318 East Archer Street, for Good Barber Service HurchDirectOry OUR POLITICAL FAITH. "All iiiuii lire born equal and endowed with curtain inalienable riRhlH, among which are life, liberty n:d the pursuit of happiness.' --Thomas .Jefferson. We believe in the principles of true Democracy no promulgat ed by the patriot, Thomas Jefferson, mid without fear or favor, we will be found at all times fij,'htin(; for mi honest, impnrtinl appli cation of these pri...

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. — 11 September 1920

it . - -s v I? Wffls&rgs" - - ' i- CJ mis V' A. Fearles Exponent of. Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. r$: X f ' WWJrSZZr Z ' Larger Circulation Uian nil the combined Colorea "weeklies lu Oklahoma. Read THE STAR and keep in formed on all current issues. Weekly JMail Edition VOLUME X Tll.S, OKLAHOMA SVTimUY, ShITIiMBHt 11, 1H20 Number Tliirly Four TODE NATIONAL DRIVE FOR JUSTICE A. N. P. Service) ruinnrrn Rnnt. 10. Wednesday, September 22, has been set clown as a day when there will be a "National Drive for Justice." It will be cele brated throughout the country, and will be the greatest effort for equal opportunity ever put forth in the history of the race. The people have come to the parting of the ways. They have reached a decision that lynching in the United States must ;-.- .1 a tViof nil citizens should have equal rights before the law. They are determined iu imp"-" .1 i .., V tl.nsp facta nn the minds of the Amer...

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