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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 30 October 1920

p u.r. tp.x Tin: Til SA STAR Saturday, Oct. 30, 1920 wii n4 - m f-f " --" - 1-, - rn -mi irfnli REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR .. H A Wanm L S E N J. W. HARRELD Dorn In Kentucky In 1872; lived I Oklahomn last 16 yean; happily man. rlcd; has ono son now 16 years of ngs; successful In business; faithful to all his promises; active In Church, State nd fraternal associations. o CONGRESSMAN HARRELD'S RECORD. Supported by word and vote the Budget Bill. Voted to Reduce Excessive Appropria tions. . Favored the elimination o'f many useless offices. Voted aid to the fight against vicious profiteers. Voted for Anderson Amendment to the Railroad Bill. Favored liberal Appropriations for rehabilitation and vocational training of wounded soldiers. Led fight against Sec. Baker's Army Reorganization Bill for largo standing army and compulso ry military training. "Any man who would place tho flag of any nation or Leaoue of Nations above the Amerl. can flng Is lacking In t,tue patriotism. I will never permit ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 30 October 1920

PAGE ELEVEN n i tti r r. To Aid Mt. Zion Church parties. What was In the beginning regarded as a big jokn has become a serious political menace. It Is the YORK MARKET & GROCERY Wo Carry a full line of pure and wholesome Groceries and fresh meats. We appreciate your Business 18 N. Cincinnati Tulsa, Okla. Arrangements have 'been made to ! Bohnefeld Service first time in the history of the coun serve dinner at the Bell and Little try that a Negro has stood a candl- Cafe, Gurley Building, for four Sun days, the proceeds of which are to given to the Mt. Zion Baptist Church lato for a scat in the United States Senate. Many Colored men declare that Hawkins stands a good chance of election. MUSKOGEE MUTTEIUNGS THE fttLJJA STAR Saturday, Oct 30, 1920 K Rejuvenation of Wearing Apparel Practically very home in the country uaaq OAnq mrt siuonuca 0umi supnuoa cast aside as worthless, when in reality, all that would be required yo greatly prolong their life can be obtained in Bohnefeld Servic...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 30 October 1920

I'ViI. HMJVI riin TJJI.SA STAR Saturday, Oct. 30, 1920 THE TULSA STMR A .1 SMlTlli:i.MA I, JiUiior mill i'liblisliw. Bnterei' as Second CIiims Mail Mailer nl Tuliu, Oklahoma. SUnSL'Itll'TlON KATES: Ono Yenr 2 UO Six Months 1-50 Three Months 1 00 All Subset iptums Miwt be I'aul in Advance. JOHN SMIIIII'.HMNN, Cm illation Manager OUR POLITICAL FAITH. "All inun an1 born I'lpul anil endowed with certain liialicniibl' rights, ninony which aie lite, libeitj nil t he put suit of happiness ' - Thoiuuu Joffcrsoi . Wo believe in' tlic prniciplcs of ti no Demociney as proinuicpi.' pil by tho pntnot, Thomas t)i'ftfiM)ii, jnd without fear or faor, we will bo found at all tinu-s figlitmi,' fur an honest, iiiipiirti.il appli cation of those piineipli'H to all men legardlcah of nice or color. WtMBEH riROT IN SERVICE 'V'OTli "NO" wit bet VA, iticle t iitirm, unless joii want to imu.ht join -o 1U inuiidmeut tu .uuitial lasts. the state constl- "HOWARD I'OR CONGRKSS" seems to be the settled slogan wit...

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. — 6 November 1920

t 1 U'U- A. Fearles Exponent of. Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. Larger Circulation than all the combined Colored 'V7ceklios In Oklahoma. Read THE STAR and keep in formed on all current issues. Weekly Mail Bdition K PiTtttftfR VOLUME X Lands LEAGUE OF NATIONS AND WOODROW WILSON PROVE UNDOING OF GOV. COX t..uii... c..... ,. r...- : ijuuut.aiiii dvrfck iwt. wuuuujr ... neavy waiancne 01 voies ior vj. O. P. Ticket Colored Vote Lined Up Almost Solidly for Harding. TULSA COUNTY GOES REPUB LICAN EXCEPT TWO HOWARD LOSES Colored Candidate for County Com missioned Snowed Under by Party Vote Uy a very decisive vote the people of the United States have elected Warren G. Harding, president, and Calvin Coolidge, vice-president, and have increased their strength in both houses of congress very materially. For the next four years at least the federal government will be in the hands of the Republican party with the "Old Guard" in the sa...

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. — 6 November 1920

PAGE TWO (THE TOLSA STAA SAmrrfay, .Nv, p, J.820. Nl! QiMg BullJliJi-lIoBH of NU Qon PrtpanikM Ail Unusual Opportunity for men nnd women capable of earning salary of $50.00 per wek. Wo hnvo openings for nfc&ressive, hustling persons to cover city, county or travel entire state territory doinjj special orfcnniiation work. The Nile Queen Corporation now beinfc or&nnizod on a profit-sharing basis is putting into operation u new plnn which oiTers n &ilt eJfcc opportunity to small investors. Wide awake men nnd women who wont to make real money , or hnvo their snvinfcs earn substantial dividends, cannot afford to overlook this opportunity. For full information address DeN. B, Interpolator! Nile Queen Corporation or Kashmir Chemical Co. 3423 Indiunn Avenue Chicago THE NATIONAL PRIZE CO. 47 Division St., Troy, N. Y., U. S. A. WE WANT to get i" touch with ALL RACE WIUl'EltS ana RACE PiUUE KEl'URrEKS. Our Company njui a HOPOSI- IUA to oiler An riler l,o is able to write a SI'ATEMK...

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. — 6 November 1920

r 1 j THE TULSA STAR, Snturdny, Nov. C, 1920. i1 Lmii.jiui'uj.iian.ii.i iitMBtJUi'"aj' ' u , am mr PAGE TITREr Standard lade MBRCHANDISB at very Reasonable prxoets. For Your Own lJersonuJ Good and JtJenofit You Are Invited to the Store of ONE POLICY and ONE PRICE "The IV or Izin sm a jq's Store 10 East First Street Tulsa, Oklahoma MILLIONS NOW WALKING ABOUT UPON EARTH WILL NEVER 60 INTO THE GRAVE THE ARKANSAS SHOE SHOP 512 Canicton Street 1 do Fnst-Clas fallOL KEI'AIKLNU here make Shoes for ilea Women and Children, lb eais inxperienee. Uome and try me. i am the bhoe Doctor, 1 ill make mat old stioo look like new. TILE AiilvAJSbAS EbbbliUU bliOlii bliUl- jiibl opened for business. W. N. C. MILLER, Prop. YOUNKMAN'S RED CROSS PHARMACY Brady Hotel BuiUiintj. HIGH CLASS 1'KESCKIPTION DRUGGISTS 11 you want your Prescriptions tilled with the purest of drugs bring them to us. We earry a lull line of Drugs anu sundries. 1'rompl jltmlc and 'ourtcoiio Treatment Guaranteed. Phone Usage 832 20 ....

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. — 6 November 1920

1HT Tt I.s STn Saturday, Nov. 0, 1020, pack fofr To the Colored Ladies of Tulsa Please road tho STAU, and grasp the opportunity that await you, learn to make your own hats. Now is your ohanco, for you'r individuality to aacrt itself. Mrs. J. H. Jeffcry, at 1315 Pocahuntas street, has decided for the benefit of tlir i"iK Colored Women of Tulsa, to leach a thorough and complete courfla of instructions in Milliner., consisting of dosigning, making shaping and trimming hati. This offer not only qualifies you for making your own hatu, or for your friends, but enables you to B9curo a good position in a shop or else go in busimm for yourself. At the simplo price of $15.00. $5 00 down and next payment, as early as your advancement inquires. i Come out and let's talk the nutter over. Take a Linsing Jit ney, get off at end of line, walk 2 blocks west, and one-half' block north. Ride with Btrry Nr. 1 or No. 2. Only 10 conts Cut this Ad out and think it over. -.. .& --" ..- -I"-- -O-.- .jO-...

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. — 6 November 1920

THE TULSA STAB, Saturday, Np,v. 0, 1.020. PA.GR FIVE '-n .MISS Why Pay Cash? i tnr .fiTverv B ., . . ,; . , t vviien you can get uit? oof uie market a fiords on the Easy Payment Plan? a Ti JANK Hl'NTKK VISITS HAMPTON I $1.00 I $1.00 A WEEK ! ! DOWN 13,zicli Article GunrBnlGGd. lo Give lcrToct HoLicLGtionYou Aro iii JiiclxQ ;'.lcYlinn Jewelry Co. Opposite Hotel Tulsa i 123 East Third Street y Ajl-5::s.-o.3?" 7&&-S3c&Z 25Sr, SsOri ?:3b This Boy Got a Good Start is Life A. N. P.Servicc. Ft. Mjcrs, Fin., Nov. ."i. Charles mid Mary Flemings, employed on inrin of Med. H. Kclluin, had a .'on jorn to llicin reccnly. Mr. and Mrs. Kcllum presented th child with a ;old lined silver cup -mil .i -ilOOLih erly Bond. The child is the iirsl Colored bahy to he horn on the Kcl lum farm. , Race Riot Follows Fight With Street Car Cuuducoi (A. X. P. Service) PHILADELPHIA. Pa., Nov. ." A right between Walter O. Lillie and a treet car conductor, precipitated a race riot here last Monday night ...

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. — 6 November 1920

PAGE SIX r V s V X X X X X X x X X V V s J. V V V X V X X X X X X X X X $ X K X X X X X X X X X X X I X x X X X X X X X x X S I I X x X X 1 X X V X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X I X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 8 X X X X X X X i X X X X X X X X X X X I X X X X X X X X X X X ss i I V V i Bu; St1 -. THT: TULSA STAR, Saturdny, Nov. C, 1020. 13 N. THE 13 N. MAIN STORE 1st Door South of the Oil Flyer Cafe uUINu OUT USIN tock FHIR TO ORGANIZED LABOR Must ys llai!nR Too Much Other Business To Attend. AW IU-ve Decided To Sell Out Lock. Stock And Barrel, In Order To Give Our Attention To Other And More Profitable Business Wo Have Cut the Prices Of Our Entire Stock, Consisting of Men'. Women's and Children's Eeady-To-Wear Furnishing And Shoes. Our Stock Is Complete, lining KcccIu'a 1'ull Line Of Kail And Winter Goods Before Maki, Our Final Decision To Go Out Of Business. We Don't Care For Profit, All We Want Is T, Realize Our Money And Go Out Of Ilusine,,,. Therefore, You Will Do Well To Pnt...

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. — 6 November 1920

frIE jftjt&A StAil. Saturday, Nor, 6, lnO. PAGE HKVIXK i tAim .-. TUI'SH'S COLORED BUSINESS DIRECTORY .Church Directory Ml ZION BAPTIST CHUItOlI. Jorncr Easlon and Elgin, aunday School: 9:30 a.m.; Preach ing: 11:30 a.m., nnd 8 p.m.; Mid-1 Week Service, Wednesday, 7:30 p. in.; B. Y. P. U. Sunday, 5:30 p.m. Come and worship with us. You are welcome. R. A. WHITTAKER, Pastor Phone: Osage -J3G3. VERNON A M. E. OHURCH. Mer's Hall, 011 E. Archer St. Sabbath Scliool l):UU a.m.; Preach- ng 11:0(1 a.m.; Allen Endeavor League, 5:00 p.m.; Preaching, 7:00 p.m.', Choii Practice, Wednesday evening, 8:0U p.m.; Class Meeting, Ihursduy. 8:00 p.m. REV C. R. TUCKER, Pastor. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lor. Jackson and East Archer SU. ".uiday School: 0:30 a. in.; Preach j: 11 ajii.; U. Y. P. U. 5:30 p.m.; ...edit Services, 8:00 p. m.; Mid week Services, Wednesday, 8:00 p. tn. REV. J. U. ABERNA111V, Pastor. PARADISE BAPTIST CHURCH Corner Ruth and Bi an St Sunday School, 0:30 a. at.; preach nig at 11:00 a. i...

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. — 6 November 1920

THE T&LSA STAR, Saturday, Nov. 6, lf)20. ! mmtmmfSlSlm THE TULSA STAR He Roped Them All In! v Himlnn Rranrh 1 Hunton Branch Y. M. C. A. Calender of Activities A J. SMITHLKMAiN. Editor and i ubhbhcr. OT C0 - ---- i n. i - ii mam i X X X .V v V V X V a x X' X V V V X X X X' V V V X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X' J. II SMITHEKMAN Adertu,iiig Manager II A. CLARK- .Worint- Editor and Auditor Entered as Second ( lass Mail Mailer at Tulsa, Oklahoma. Sl'BSCKlPTIO.N KATES: One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.50 Three Months 1 00 All Subscriptions Must be Paid in Advance- OUR RELIGIOUS FAITH. To live as near is we can to our own conception of our ihitj to God and to ov fellow men , to do right yrul lire right at all times as God has g: en ns the conscience to see and feel it. We believe man's greatest Mrrne to God may be rendered through honest, unselfish service to mankind, We believe in the Golden Rule and practice it- We fenr only to do wrong. OUR POLITICAL FAITH. "All men are born equal and end...

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. — 13 November 1920

ufa i " . - , IIV , t v t 1 r.l',,''- - t A. Fcarles Exponent of. Right .nd justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong.' VOLUME X Judge Williams Appoint Delegates ' to The Inter-Racial Conference Oklahoma Branch 0r Southern So ciological Congress (o Meet in Capitol, No. 23. Coinpl.iiig with the request of Gov. J. 15. A. Robcrtsi n, Judge W. B. Williams of the County Court, has appointed ten men, five white and five Colored, as delegates to a ire tins or the Oklahoma Brunch of the Southern Sociological Con mess in the State Capitol Building Monday, Nov. 2Hrd, at v. Imn i ' and place a permanent orvaniza tion will he el'fcueri. The following named ciliens of Tulsa wre named as delegates: White W. I". Stahy, B. W. Grand Cha-.. di more. Senator H. L. Da vidson and Judge M. A. Breckon ridge. Colored Prof. .1. W. Hughes, S. 1). Hooker, G. A. Cuegg, J. It (iarrett and A. J. Smitherman. The (le'cgnlo-s will prohahly leave Tiiha Sunday night, Nov. 22n...

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. — 13 November 1920

page two TtfE TULSA STAR, Satgrdaj, Kp.v.13, 1920 - - - - - - . ii 1 :f UJ. u. '1 0.v"- ". 5mr , Cl&xtou Calif, Educational Conference ' 'i Why for Jewelry n 1 j Wien vow can e io best the market affords on the i I Easy Payment Plan? s 'V ' s $1.00 DOWN $1.00 A WEEK i i (By The Associated Negro Press; Washington, D. C , Nov. 12 A citi zens' conference on education of Col ored people, has been cat cd by Dr P P Ctaxton, commissioner of edu cation at Atlanta. Invitations have been sent to the governors and state superintendents of public instruction of all the South ern states, to the presidents of indus trial schools, colleges and universi ties, to inflicntinl business mn a 'd to leading me nand women of the South vho have show i a deep intcre .t in im pioving cducat.m among 12,000,000 Co ored Americans "The Southern States," says Dr. Claxton, "are spending many millions of dollars annually to improve Colored schools The amount will no doubt hi larpe y it.creaii.' It is in-portant...

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. — 13 November 1920

THE TULSA STAH, Sn,ruTdny. N6v. 0, 1920. PAGE TUttEE THE JUDGEMENT DAY wihfull lisobediL'iit, the Goat class, glad, let the sea roar, and the full will be u part of his messengers or angels, and these shall go aw.i, be turned uw.i from the l.ord into a punishment that will he lastng; that I I lies. 1 :il. Hie obedient class, represented as sheep .will he taught and load in the lignt va, and rendering themselves I inflicliors of punishments, however, ohedieut unto the Lord's arrange-j for a violalion of the Lord's arnugc inent, lhe nv ill he biased unto j ineiit. w ill he di-crl. If a man shall .erlasling life, whereas the wicked allenipl to break into his neighbor's .ire. punished wilh everlasting death, i house the Uird will inuuediatcl.v '1 1) the obedient ones the Lord will I nunish him upon the spot, by slrik--1 : "Come o blessed of in Father, I 'wt him blind or paralysing ris arm iniierit the Kingdom (earthly king-1 He ma be recovered from this, as di in) prep.ned for ou from t...

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. — 13 November 1920

pf ' I 'll I" THr. TULSA S.TAR, Saturday. Nov. 13, lp20. mwr- - ii n mii n m j i Hl star ?' fi AIR A Wssforfui Hair Uressing and Grower. EP000 AGENTS WANTED. i ii wife j i ya21 1 1 ' ....I ,,... C-od Konev Made ' want fl it tits In uvsry ci y and village to delf THE STAR HAIR CROWER. This lo a won dnrful proparo Hon. Can bo used with or without Straight toning Irons und by Hny person. One 23 conts box proves Ito voluo. Any por tion that will use a 25c box will be con vinced No matter V'iat ha failed t c Krow vour hair, jum give THE STAr? HAIR GROWER a trla! and be convinced. Sond 25c for full ule box. If yen wlbh to liecomo an n Bent for this wundorlul propora tlon. sond SI.OO and wo wi' send you a full supply that you can bocln work wltl at once, nleo asoni's tormt.. Send all money by money order to TOE STAR KA.R GROWER mf-k? -.-..,.. . .. f. w. ox i2, Greensboro, N. c " IX wi. . 41 tf-bC-i ' --:: ;-- o :, .- Guarantee Clothing Store f 'J .Ninth .M.iim Street ' 'it Soic 1 1 in t ha...

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. — 13 November 1920

THE TULSA STfJL Saturday, N,ov,l, l'lSO. PAGE FIVE X X X X' X V X X X V u X' X V X X' X" X V x X' x X X' X' X' X X' X X" X' X" X' X' X' X X' X' X" X' X' KRKKKKKKKKKttRKnKttKttttltKnKKKKttKKKKKttKttKKItttRKKKttttKttKHItK WHY IZA.RRY INFERIOR INSURANCE' When our Money Will Buy the Best NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Of The UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Chicago's Oldest, Strongest, and Most Reliable Insurance Company is now offering high elass but very liberul protec tion to men, women uud young folks with more than $17,000,. U00.00 Assets u?id Liabilities. Capital Stock $500,000.00. We aie iiow ready to give the public and our faithful friends as much iusurance as they want for health and acci dent, and irom $2,000 to $5,000 or more, straight life. further information see or write S. G. SMITH, General Agent. 119 H N. Greenwood St. Phone Osage 3566 Tulsa, Oklahoma. RnRRRRtRRRRRRRRRR,?RRRRRRRRHRRRii NONCE TO NEWCOMERS TO TULSA C.'.I. JBNNINGS Real Estate Man Heal Estate of all Kinds 1'or Sa...

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. — 13 November 1920

PAGE SIX THE TULSA STAR, Saturday, Nov.13, lfl30. TULSH'S COLORED BUSINESS DIRECTORY Church Directory Ml ZION BAPTIST CHURoH. Jorner liaslon anil Elgin, smulaj School: U:.W a.m.; Pleach ing: H::!0 ii.in., mill 8 p.m.; Mid week Service, NVciIiujmUo, 7:31) p in.;.IJ. Y. I'. U. Sunday, f:3() p.m. Cu'ini- and woislup with us. Yon nro welcome. R. A. WIIITTAK1.R, I'aslor I none: Usage 1303. VERNON A M. E. CHURCH. Mjur's Hall, Oil 1- Aicher St. Stibbuth School 'JUKI a.m.; Preach ng ll:l)U am.; Allen Endeavor .,:uutie, .').(li) p.m., Pleaching, 7.1W l,.in., Chon Prut-Hie, Wednesday ev.-mng, S:0U p.m., Cmss Meeting, ihmstliij. MOU p.m. IU-.V C. II. rUGKI.lt, Pastor. nusr haitist ciiukch Cor. Jackson and Lust Archer Sts. -Minlti .School: 0:3(1 a. in.; Preach 11 a.ni.; II. Y I'. U. .":3U p.m.: .,.,. Services, 8:00 p. m.; Mid 'Wek Services, Wednesday, 8:01) p. in. LEV. J. II. ABKBNATHY, Pastor. PARADISE HAITIST CIIUKCH Corner P.ulh and Hran St cvmiluy School, 9:30 a. in.; preach int! at 11:00 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. — 13 November 1920

rilf TtLA STVR, SvUurda, No.H 112U ior snvrv 4Ju mil ftfcirt li ft f1 . . w Remember THE PLACE 126 E. 1st Street 33mmtKmemcsssafjaiirsfSMisatS!aatsaum: OVERSTOCKED SALE Remember THE PLACE 126 E. 1st Street IS in Full Swing With the Biggest Stuck of Mori's Furnishings and Shoes We lime Ever Had on Hand. 0 ing to the Retail drop in pikes of .Merchandise, we have bought, and liouglit hcay, anticipating another rise in prices in the near limtre, which will come without an doubt. Hj huiitg toa-liber.il, we i uou found ourselves overstocked, and are ((impelled to put on this s,ale in order to rife moi, and nl-ii to m ;I.e room for mori goods. ou will do welt hj giving this cireulur a close stud, for we are sure that b doing bo uu will find the low em possible prices quoted in here. SMOBS .Men's Solid Leather, Mule skin Shoes. . at U'uaffai Men's Brown Scout Shoes - 5p3. .Men's Heav llrown Cap Toe Woik Shoe, $j.o) ,-g - ........ -. g.J, J,, Men's Tan Scout Shoes, Flexible sole, $3.50 value...

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. — 13 November 1920

rcn PAGE EIGKT THfcr TbuSS STKR A .). y'MrrriEit.' , iJdilor and . nl.li-.nur. .1. II fc.MITlJjfc.RMAN ' Jl. A- ( lARK Associate IJutcrei' S Second Class Mini Muter nt Tulsa Oklahoma Sl'liSCltll'TlON HATKS. One Year W 00 Six Months 1-fit) Three Months t 00 All Subscriptions Must he Paid in Advance- OUR RELIGIOUS FAITH. To live as near in we enn to our own conception of our du: to God and to oV fellow men , to do right '-ind li u light at all nn.o as God has g'.ori us. the conscience to .see mid feel it. We believe man's greatest service to God may lie ivmlerci through honem, unselfish ncmce lo iniiiikind, YVe bcliuve in the Goldm Rule 'ml practice it. We feai only to do wtonjf s, OUR POLITICAL FAITH. "All mull are horn equal and endowed with certain iiialienah' rights, nmoi'ir which are life, liberty nd the pm-Miit of happiness Thonins Jcffersoi . We heliove in the principles of line Dcinoerin y as pimuulu ed by the pntiiot, Thomas .J'tfeisnn. aid without fear or fa. or. v will be f...

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. — 20 November 1920

SSSS. 'tV !. s V -" A. Fearlcs Exponent of Right aid justice. n Uncompromising Defendet of the Colored Race. Wc lear, only to do wrong. Larger Circulation tlian all the combined Colored "weeklies In Oklahoma. Read THE STAR and Keep in loimcd on all current issues. Weerfv Mail Edition VOLUME X luK.i, Okhthmii.i Saturda, No Ml, V'iti NL MRI.R FOHTY-THHET -. : . w w """ - .-rfs 5Sv wx t v JW. - - w fc tu i s&c - I Pf K 1111 -f rl - OS- ,. W yrVii v Georgia Mob of Several Hundred Commits Tripple Murder FIENDISH HELL HOUNDS GO UNPUNISHED AFTER HEIN OUS MURDER OF HELP LESS PRISONERS Coroner's Jury Closes Incident With Verdict of Death "At Hands of Persons Unknown." Douglas, da , io 18 Ihree hu man beings, one of them a woman, all of them helpless prisoner-, ill charge of Sheriff 1 .inner of lrvm count, were huclied seen miles from town todaj b a mob numbering sever il hundred white men, women ami chil dren The lwichtd victims weie Wil liam 1'errj, Will Ivor and his wife, who had been ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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