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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 16 October 1920

I'U.I six TULSA STAB. Sntiirda. October. 10, 1020 ' T TULSM'S COLORED BUSINESS DIRECTORY Vff 1IVI IV 8-1 IS i r Church Directory Ml ZION BAPTIST CHURCH. Jornrr 1 usion ami Elgin. ShimMo SoIkhiI: 9 30 a.m.; Piwich tug: 11:30 jim.. and S p.in., Mill-, Week Sen ice, Wednesday 7:30 J in.; II. Y. 1'. I". bunda. 5:3(1 p.m. Coiuo and worship vith " ' lire welcome. n. .v. vHm.Ki;n. Pastor Pbone: (Hae 1363. ' . i VBRNON A M. E. CHURCH. Mjer'a Hall, Ml I- Arrhrr St. I Sabbath School 9.1W nan.; Preach-j tig 11:00 aju., Allen Kndenvori LiwM 5:00 .n.; Preaching. 7:00 pus.-," Chou Prastue, Wednesda.v ' ewaing, S:W pan., U Meetm.! Inured). 5:00 p.m. HfcV G. H. TU.KI-.H, Pastor. first haitist church Cor. Jack.Mm and hast Archer Sis. ,cunda School. 9:30 a. ro.; Preach L.ii IX -; V. 1. I. 3:30 jkiu.; ...rtit Sersice, S:00 v m.; Mid-Wi-ek Sersices, Wednesday 8:00 i w hEV. J. H. AHERNATHY, Pastor. PARAUISK BAPTIST CHURCH Corner Halh and Br an St MUMla 6ehool. 0.30 a. m.; preoh iiS at I m a. m, 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. — 16 October 1920

P'AGE SlSVfiN J2mS3R2SSmiSX!zZZBtZZ TIIE TULSA STAR, Saturday, October. 16, 192o I ft n X X X X x X X V X X X X Wardrobe Trunks 1 . Fine WardrohG Trunk $69. GO Good Traveling Trunk $22, SO k No. 1 Sdliool Trnnlc $12. GO j rr . w- r - r -v j irk n r rk A b i raveijnj? aV;s -j.ou 10 4.ou w Suit Cases $3.GO f f We Can Save You Money on all A Kinds of Traveling Goods Ft Blliott & Hooker CLOTHING SHOES, LADIES' KEADY TO WEAR (E Jocal and Social Jetus 124 N. Greenwood Tulsa, Olcla. MSE S2SiZSS!mfaS!923ZE!Vg ZZii&zZ.'ZgZJZZ Arc You Sick? If so, your greatest ambition should be to CRT WELL. The primary cause of every di sease is pressure on the nervous system and most such cases cannot be successfully reached with drugs. The only sure and safe way of gel ting permanent relief is to have the cause removed. This can only be done successfully by an expert .lodxa ouo 'J0i3.ido.inp poaun incut will convince you". Sec. DR. L'S. NEAL Graduate Clicago University 617 E. Archer St. Tulsa, Okl...

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. — 16 October 1920

PACK EIGHT TULSA STAR. Saturday, October. 1(5, 1020. Tin-IT THE TULSH STAR A. .1. SMITH BUM AN, Editor nnd . ubliahcr. Entered us Second Class Mail Mailer at Tulsa. Oklahoma. Sl'BSCKIPTION HATES- Oiie Year 2.00 Six Months L0 Three Months ' )0 All Subscriptions Must be l'aid in Advaneu. ALBERT SMITHEHMAN, Circulation Manager OUR POLITICAL FAITH. "All men are born equal and endowed with eertain inalienabl rights, among which are life, liberty rid the pursuit of happiness.' Thomas Jefferson. "We believe in the principles of tine Democracy ns-prnntulgn. ed by the patriot, Thomas .Jefferson, and without fear or favor, we will be'found at all times fighting for an honest, impartial appli cation1 of those principles to all men lcgnrdless of race or color. MEMBER, -OK" MS& W rmsr in 3EKV1CX Race Men Avert Ri,ot in Okmulgee (Continued from Page Two) laborer; C. C. Gillespie, laborer; J. 11. Stephens, lawyer; J. II. Wallace, real estate; It. E. Long, physician; II. I.. Nelson, real estate...

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. — 23 October 1920

- Cs The Wichita Bagie, the Largest Republican Newspaper in latisa&, ham de&erted the G. O. IP. and. is supporting Co-x and Roosevelt Why can't you? A. Fearlcs Exponent of. Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. Larger Circulation than all tho combined Colored Weeklies In Oklahoma. Road THE STAR and keep in formed on all current issues. ae IBr VOLUME X WOMAN MISUSED BY POLICE BRUTAL TREATMENT OF MRS. SETTIEE PARTEE Prominent Rncc Woman Rut in Jail And Denied Bond By Republican Administration Because of Auto Accident. Mrs. Setliu E. Partee Is n colored woman and a School teacher, one of tho ,lcst woman of our race, among the best known ami one of the wealthiest colored women of this city, While driving licr car upon one of the strccLs of this city, had an accident in which her car .struck an jicoplc were riding upon the same vle were riding upnn tiie same street. It hnp)cncd tliat one of the inmnlss of the car in which 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. — 23 October 1920

PAGE TWO TULSA STAR. Snlunl.-n, October 23, 1920. 'U-4A"4WA4AAAAW .1 ,1 . rt ,- , . ,t ,1 Ease and Comfort Always Pound AT TIUl PEOPLES'. HOTEEl H Jocal anci O octal Jyatoslk Home of the 'oopes' Cafe in our now looation. Hvery street our in lown, passes wilh In 1-2 block of our place Nice Clean Coxy Room a nacl meals lhal you can not forgo I. N. Puller, lrop. 5? S1G Nort ll !?!(. Mtislmtrr-. (tlrlr-,. Good-Bye Hot Comb There is one sure way (hut lias never fnilcill to make Knott, Kinky lialr slralght without the use or hot eouihs. KAP-O-l-INE isn't pne of those fake hair trealnient oilers ou have seen so many limes. KAP-O-UNE 1ms the endorsement of every reputable doctor, and guaranteed by Hie iiinmifarlurer. This makes Hie oiler one which you can absolutely depend uiion. KA1'-O-LINU has been sold under absolute inoney-back guarantee for more than fifteen jenrs. It is especially compounded by trained chemists in the largest m niuriicturiiiK laboratories or toilets in the Soulhwesl. ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 23 October 1920

THE TULSA STAR, Saturday, October 23, 1926. PAGE THREE NEAR LYNCH VICTIM TO BE While and Colored Citizens of Ok mulgee Work Together to Im prove Civic Conditions (From Tulsa World Oct. 17) Okmulgee, Oof. 1G Okmulgee lias found a new antidote for the terror of mob law and .race rioting which hover threateningly over scores of communities in the south west , whohc populatios iscludcs both bla'ck asd white races. The new antidote to this scourge of the southwest and tlic south Is civic pride and the golden rule. When criminal assaults upon five young women, presumably committed by ncgroc. fnnscd the flames of race prejudice and antipathy to n wlutc lieal which threatened to I'ar Ok mulgee witli horror of a race war u demonstration of civic pride and an application of the -Golden Rule hanging a ncgino who was later proved to ie entirely innocent, and tunned life energies and activities of the would-be lyncher, into a city "cleaiMip" campaign; wluch if car ried out along Itlic lanes now ...

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. — 23 October 1920

TULSA STAR. Saturday, October 23, 1920. -fV,l t CONVENTION HALL DEBATE PAGE FOUR (Continued from last week) MH. HILL: (Continuing) The names of the member. are not writ ten upon some Church Registry or jjitcr-Clnarch World Movement rec ord, but are written in Heaven. (He. brew 14:23) The member. con stitutc a peculiar eole, called out Own Hie world, and developed into likeness of Christ Jesus (1st Peter 1:4-10) So one is considered a member of thc Churcli that is rec ognized by Jehovah unless he is baptized Into Christ. Neither has any one n. prospective chance U Uve with the Lord in Heaven on the Divine Plan unless he has been baptized Into Shrist's death. In other words.onc must le dead with Christ no far as the things of the world are concerned. (Romans 0:3, S-8.) To bc baptized into Christ's death means, to be fully rimsccriij 1 to lo tbo will of Cod even unto djth. When one comes to the point where be is glad to tell the jjord iliat he tin-renders all to Hint. tnoludinn.,his li...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 23 October 1920

THE TULSA STAR, Saturday, October 23, 1020. PAGE FIVE CONVENTION HALL DEBATE Continued from page 1 A VOiCE FROM THE AUDIENCE 'Dial's it. RhV. MIL JOHNSON: (Continu ing') 'the bigger the criminal, the less he is botliercd, the ie.ss lie is punished mentally for his deed and neither do we find Jt in estate. Why some of the biggest libertines, spme of the greatest debauches in the worid are millionaires while some of the heist people in all the world live in penury and want. Now, if oil am think of a government whose God is just, whose rule is just, ami ow dare not say God Ls any tiling Uil just, then, if there is no way of administering ounish ment equitably in this life and it must be equitable or God would be unjust, then there is the argument for ftutre punishment from ttiti standK)int of common sense mid the Bible to justify the idea of fu ture punishment the idea of hell. 1 said that Rulssellism was serving the devil and not God for the very rea son that it is saying to man, ther...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 23 October 1920

PAGE SIX TULSA STAB. S&tur&iy, Saturday, October 23, 1920. TULSA'S COLORED BUSINESS DIRECTORY hurch Directory j Ml ZION BAPTIST CHURCH. Corner Eastpn and Elgin. Sunda School: 0:30 a.m., Preach ing; 11:30 a.m., mid 8 p.m.; Mid Week Service, Wednesday, 7:30 p. in., B. Y. P. U. Sunday, 5:30 pjn. Come and worship lib us. You aro welcome. H. A. WHITTAKER, Paslor Phone: Osage I3G3. VERNON A M. E. CHURCH. Mer's Hall, 614 E. Archer SI. Sahhalh School 0:00 a.m.; Preach ng 11:00 am.; Allen Endeavor League, .1:00 p.m.; Preaching, 7:00 pin., Choir Piuetite, Wednesday evening, 8:00 p.m., Class .Meeting, Thursday, 8:00 p.m. HEV. C. II. TUCKER, Pastor. F1KST HA1T1ST CHUKCH Cor. Jackson and East Archer Sts. Sunduy School: 0:30 a. in.; Preach jg: 11 a.ir.; B. Y. P. U. 5:30 p.m.; ...jKht Services, 8:00 p. in.; Mid-Wt-ek Services, Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. HEV. J. II. AUEHNATHY, Pastor. PARADISE BAPTIST CHUKCH Comer Iluth and Bryan St Mind-iy School, 9:30 a. iu.; preach lug tit 11:00 a. in., and 7...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 23 October 1920

II' THE TULSA STAR Saturday, OctoW 28. 1920. To the Colored. Ladies of Tulsa SrMMMMMMMMMMM'rfMMMMMltMitMMMMWtMViMMMMMMMMMXMMVtMMMMllM)!'. V V V v Please read the STAR, and grasp the opportunity that awaits v yon, learn to mrtke your own hats. Now la your ohanco, for your individuality to asert itself. J! Mrs. J. H. Jeffcry, at 1316 Pocahuntas street, has decided for, the bonofit of the young Colored Women of Tulsa, to teach S a thorough and comploto course of instructions in Millinery,) x; consisting of designing, making, shaping and trimming hats. Jf This offer not only qualifies you for making your own hats, J or for your friends, but enables you to socuro a good position K in a sliOT) or else ro in business for vnursolf. x; At the simple price of $15.00. $5 00 down and noxt payment $ tt as early as your advancement requires. 1 jj J. Come out and lot s talk the matter over. Take a Lansing Jit- Z x ney fft off at end of line, walk 2 blocks west, and one-half x; block north. Ride wi...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 23 October 1920

PAGE EIGHT THE TULSA STAR, Saturday, Odober 23, 1D20. X - THE TULSH STAR A. J. SMITIIERMAN, Editor and Publisher. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter at Tulsa, Oklahoma. IF ANY ONE can point omt any eight year wider a Republican admin- B3Srz?5K3e32ESCS iiiranpn ina me counirt nj cn.iorea as raocn general prosacntT as lived under daring the past eight years, in spite o( the handicap wurio wr, men we imsni Dr wining 10 gire tne Big interest rarty uuncc. iblican admin- 02 ty as we have N (heaps of the lj 'arty" another n SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 2.00 Six Months 1.50 Three Mouths , 1 00 All Subscriptions Must be Paid in Advance. ALBERT SMITHERMAN, Circulation Manager- OTJE POLITICAL FAITH. "All men are born equal and endowed with certain inaliennbl rights, among which are life, liberty pnd the pursuit of happiness.' Thomas Jefferson. We believe in the principles of true Democracy as promulgat ed by the patriot, Thomas Jefferson, and without fear or favor, we will be found at all tim...

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. — 30 October 1920

jW RBMBM jB232--Our Best Inteiest lies in the success of the County Democratic Ticket and Congressman B. 13. Howard in Tuesday9 Blection A. Fearlus Exponent of. Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. Larger Circulation than all the combined Colorca vvccldies In Oklahoma. Read THE STAR and keep in formed on all current Issues. iHwi vssmm IWHTHU Weekly Mail Bdition VOLUME X Tulsa, Oklahoma Saturday, Oct. 30, 1020 M MBIK FORTY Women To Republicans COLORED WOMEN WILL VOTE STRONG FOR THE DEMO CRATIC TICKET Mistreatment of Race Woman by Re publican City Administration Will Be Resented at the Polls Next Tuesday That the colored women of Tulsa do not propose to pass unnoticed the ac tion of the police department and Mayor Evans in their very unfair treatment of Mrs. Partce, who was arrested last week and compelled tp spend a night in the city jail because of an auto accident in which" she was one of the principals, is being evi denced ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 30 October 1920

THE TULSA STAtt Saturday, Oct 30, 1020 tm I lllWl :-s 3K3S90r :.-KyESK: Par3Bro m 2z.zmL:mz-: MlMourl Governor Names Stat iThe I Commission (A. N. P. Service) JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., Oct 30 Governor Gardner has appointed A. C. Macklln, Dalton; Josenh Haskell. ssue is Clear Majsvillc; Ephram Ruckcl, St. Jo-i sepn; Andrew Craven, Fayette; C. G. Hubbard, Sednlla; J. B. Coleman, Columbia; II. F. Butler, Auxvassc; Burton Hajden, Kirkwood; Mrs. G. L. Bledsoe '.mil Philip Jordan, St. Louis; Ivove Bibauit, St. Genevieve; Mrs. John J. Thomas, Cape Grardoau anil John Llnlcsey, Joplln as mem bers of the Negro Slate Commissiin. ME TOR W. i. M lAGti TWO I H i Wi LL) vTnf B ! Tr tX11 ' Jiir 1 A ltt A5vT laMill i 9r A COLLOUGH s X X To The Thinking Men or Women doubt as to whethr it Will he Harding or Cox Hut when it comes to buying the necessities of life Spend your money where It is appreciated and where it will make Opportunity for you and your children. 1. In Quality, Style and Workmmi.ship We eq...

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. — 30 October 1920

THF Tt'ISA STI Saturday, Oct. 30, 1020 THE MISSION OF THE CHURCH DURING THE GOSPEL AGE v Before discussing tlic mission of the Church it might be well for as to state what is the church and what class of persons constitute the church. The woti church means a culled out class from among the eople of the world 1st Peter 2:9. The Church is called out for the purpose of being drilled, polished md (nullified for judges dining the Milcuniuin of Judgment Day 1st Cor. 0:2-3. Before :my one can become a member of this church or called out class be must be Haptizcl into Christ's death; thai is to say, one must .surrender to the Lord his will and all his earthly hopes, thing; and ambitions; yes, even life itself if he expects to live with the Lord Bo mans 0:3-."-.H. A mistaken idea has losg prevailed concerning the mission of, the Church. .It is believed by man that the Church should engage in all social, moral, religious and political reform movements, but such an idea is absolutely wrong and...

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. — 30 October 1920

PAGE FOUR X V X' X X" X X' x X X X' X' X V j; K V V X' V X X' X X" X X' X' X' X' X X' X' X' X' X' X' X' X" X' X' X" i $ X X' i X' X' X" X' s & X' X" X" X' X' X X' 3 X' X X I $ X X I X I X' X" X" X' X k X' s s V X' X X' X" X" X" X" X" if X K X X' THE TULSA STAR Saturday, Oct. 30, 1920 X x astYou allot FOR 'UNITED STATES SENATOR REMEMBER OTT FERRIS Democratic Nominee for United States Senate A Vote lor SCOTT FBRRIS is a Vote for Your Best Interest I I x Re-El Thomas I. Monroe County Attorney Tie represents till the people Ho stands l'ov Law and Order. He stays on the job and is the BOSS of it, He is big enough physically and mentally. He cannot be bought or bluffod. He is courteous and accomodatingm He proceeds without tear or favor. Ho maintains his office economically. Ho has collected i.iore money in TAJZ SUITS against the County than any other County A t torn ey. , His Tearless prosecution in criminal oases haa resulted in more convictions than in the two proceeding terms. Tie...

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. — 30 October 1920

J THE Tl'ISA STAR Sntnrdny, Oct 30, 1920 PACti FIVE .'l'iV.lV.V.VtnKKIK -J? X' X' X' ATTENTION! a A wn , . . , J. V r- r tax x" x X' V V x' x x v X" V V x X' X' X X X" X X' X X" X' ' X X' s X' X' X' X" X X' X' X' X' X' 4 Every COLORED Voter in Tulsa County Regardless of Party Allegiance ;. Judge W. JB. Williams is oar present County Judge, Whioh. position lie lias credibly held for the past two 3ears andim the Democratic Nominee for this posi tioxi beform the people of this county in the general election TUESDAY, l w 2, 1 920 i 4 i Beonume of his ability, his iminent Qualification anidf hvcaumc of his Well Jkxxojvn JPOL.ICY of dealing JUSTIFY and IMIA.RTIA.L,L, with A.JUL, MBN re gardlemm of rm.ce or color, we urge every true Race Man and Woman in the County to vote for W. B. WILLIAMS FOR COUNTY JUDGE C? This Space fs donated by the Colored Business Men of Tulsa Both Democrats and Republicans s ftttrawwttrarawraro

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 30 October 1920

PAGE SIX I SI ft' ft" ft X X ft X" ft' ft" V ft ft' ft' X s ' g ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft" ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' V ft' ft' ft i ft s ft' ft' ft 3 ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft ft' X X ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' V X X ft' ft ft' ft' ft ft ft X X X X X X X ft' V x' ft' ft' ft' g X ft' ft- ft X i i I I ft' ft J s 5 S ft' ftH ft i ft' g ft' ft' i s ft' ft' V ft' ft' ft' ft" ft" I i if ft' 5 I ft-5 THE TULSA STAR, Saturday, Oct. 30, 1920. x 5 The Square Deal Policy " 4L- if YOUR FIRS! DUTY IS TO YOUR HOI ti r-M Equal Justice and Fair Play to ALL MEN --Efficiency and Honesty in office --That's what the candidates on the DEMOCRA TIC TICKET stand for Each man stands upon his past record among the people of Tulsa County, and pledges himself to thw policy if elected. t.W.W...M-WI."WM. -f --- - --9'-v--'-m " mmrtnm r.......ffr,n1flT.rf tM tl r -...wwww.w.w..wt M? l Go to the Polls-Vote Early Fr Representative E. BEE GUTHEREY NEWT GRAHAM For County Judge V. B. WILLIAMS For County Attorney TOM ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 30 October 1920

J?AQK SEVEN KKKKKKftKIUtftKKfcnKnnnKKKnKKKKKnW s B REMEMBER OUR FRIEND! THE TULSA STAR Saturday, Oct. 30, 1920. ! X X X I X S ff K ,' 5 tt ! - WWWWWWWI) THE MAN WHO IS RIGHT ONfEVERY QUESTION xoy- j aaaBef' 2 E f Vtv .xfiiv i-re v iaaaaWB K iillllB - i H't , ISiHiiiyy&ftll IlllllillllllllH gm:: h- amaamMs" t HiH Gifts' ' pr H JVever too big or too busy to look after your interest FOJ71? CONGRESSMAN You want a representative in Washington who is his enough to represent you with dignity in all matters of national and district im portance, yet who takes PBRSONAL, interest in all your n&rsonni affairs that need attention at the Nation's Capital. Suoh a Congress man is J3. J3. HOWARD, as bis record in the Sixty-sixth Congress provealoonolusively. When matters of great importance were under consideration Mr. Howard, as YOUR representative, was always on the j job, guarding your intermmt with the vast knowledge of public affairsQthat he has gained am a public servant in Oklahoma. W...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 30 October 1920

i THF TU.SA STAR Saturday, Oct 30, 1920 pgi IH.HT TULSffS COLORED BUSINESS DIRECTORY Church Directory nil ZION BAPTIST GHUROH. Jorner has I on and Elgin. ,to. a n.ia School: J:3 iwn.; t'rwicn- i, A: H:30 a.ru., d P.i Mict- i.ek Service, Wcdnesda), 7:30 p. ii , . Y. P. U. Suuday, 5:30 p-flat ( .inn- and ssorhip tith us. You a welcome. It. A. WHITTAKEH, Pastor t hone: Osage 4363. VERNON A M. E. OHUROH. Mer's Hall, Oil E. Archer St. S .diath School 0:00 a.m.; Preach i t 11:00 am.; Allen Lndearor I. jue, 5:00 p.m.; Preaching, 7:00 I, i.i.. Choir Practice, Wednesday c iiiiiB, 8:00 p.in.; Class Meeting, l,.iusdny. 8:00 p.m. REV. C. It. TUCKER, Pastor. FIRST IIAPTIS'I CHURCH Cor. Jackson and Last Archer Sts. Sunday School- 0:30 a. in.; Pleach' : 11 a.m.; U. Y. P. U. b:M .in.. ...rfnt Services, S:00 p. m.; Mid Vek Services, Wednesday, :00 p. in. ltliV. -'. 11. ABKRNA'IHY, Pastor. PAItADISE BAPTIST ClIUHCH Corner Ruth and Urjun St .iiinday School, 0:30 a. m.; preach ing at 11:00 a. in., and ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 30 October 1920

THE Tt'J SA STAR Saturday, Oct. 30, 1020 PAGE NINE" "(afrirf4rfrfM.trf4rfrf.(rf.4"rfdrfrfrffrf..4U4UrfMMrf4i4rft44. 35 , S 5i , Beisc and Comiort Always Found IT TT23 S PEOPLES' HO TEL 3 To mo of the Peoples' Cofe ii our now loontion. fSvery street cnr in toAVii, passes within 1-2 bloolc of our plnoo DINHAU GRADE SCHOOL NEWS The Stale Teachers' Association meets In Tulsa at Thanksgiving. It is to be hoped that the homes of Tulsa will welcome our guests anil nil will be well cared for. The Count v and City Teachers will meet on Saturday at 2 p. in., nt Hooker Washington High School to consider wnvs and means of en tertaining and caring for the Association. game this jear. If Washington High can handle the Ounhnr Eleven they will hae smeral good games this season. S JNTice Clean Coz,y Rooms x X X X X X X X X X X X $ 31G North '2nd, X and meais that you can not forgot. N. Fuller, Prop. Ats7coee, Ulcln. 5tr.,rKHHftKi?t,tH,.tKKKK'1,.,.Kt" lGoodJ8ye Hot Comb There is one sure waj that has...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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