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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 20 November 1920

P.U.I IWn IIII TILM STH Saturday Nov.jn I't.'u ! X' V V V V V I x X V V X V X X X X V V V V V X X V V V X X X X V X X X K X X X X X X X X X K it X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X K K 5 . I ll 5 X K rrrrv rr r r ..' t I COOPERATIVE 1 X X X X X X l BHv iHI Hi NHHHR j BHHBi HE HI hhF fflriHl ! r- 2 ! x aaggccegaaaDganagaaKiaiiaatTBmjaiiuniiiii , if 51 I "I .X 2 TArr HI M ATTIIK !IH II DEPARTMEN a unt 109 North Main St. A 13 onus of Sciisoniihle Afo rchniKUti e H BSOLUTELY 1 rx 3 c 7Mjis u-rent, libera! olTc-r is limda with tha ona fixoci Ulan in mind of nafuniiit no rio Tulsn faiblia with whnt .store ranliy is nnd whnt it stnnds for. Wo hnve a orytltiiiiz n lirst-Clnss Doftnrt man t Store should hnva inaludinn Keenly -to- Wetir for Aon, U'ome'i .'in7 (Children Sires for i. Toys mk Xovolt ias. Iriaas nlwnys hnra baan lower than nny stora up fowi; m7 fie junlity t)n n fair with tha bast. Hand our (Irani J'rca Of far. STAHTIXG TOO.IV, SATUlx...

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. — 20 November 1920

W P Till TUSSIP S.ituul.n No . 1 Ml pge Timrr Hlvt 80 mil muU wKX Hfi HH wbr 9H iH flp KftavadP li MIEhBH HriHIHHBH flv 4 Styles of Winter S9 y-Craf t Clothes tt&sa&zmsmafimssMeejsamm MgBaigWMeaawaB5flaar. arytBaMy)iMttirifffe c .in :i" 'aiMsvucasKiexnsswns LOT MO. 2 LOT NO. 1 Series ni7 l'ors(cch in i Jig very desirable and dressy olor blue in two, three and four liutton models, also browns and Zgrirys in mixtures and pencil siripeSf Styles that will be worn this season and next. i nf ms M (B 5Jrj) IKSsu 9H Hl B Sin'le breasted; Double bi-castedetl and J5n jsj Models in blues, browns and oviys plain cloths pencil stripes and ' mixtures; de signed to i'it tailored to attain the slwtpe o" the wearer. afrrrr?'Taiffvfflw,-mmiifcnrmrw The utmost in i'abrJes ami styd&s. Prom fancy to i.'oiiHorv.'i ti ye modelsm Vjry fine blue, in sorgo a ndu n fi n is h ed worsted, Some in brown honther mixtuics and groyrs in tvveorZ olTocts; also plain grays, browns aad blues in i mportod cl...

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. — 20 November 1920

THF 7T"- Sxp Sj -dj S.r. ' f rvrw'.)'i'i'i"W",'J""",w'- i. rfv.v. X X X X X X X 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' V X' X X' X' X X WHY XAK?1 Vim imr Houtj Will aj Xht BtJl nu.1 s LIFE INSUP.AJtCE COMPANY of Tat UNITED 3TATES OF AMERICA Jki?4 f OWral. Svru!jft.t. id K1 Kcbible lxaare J cry iiDerai prve- - X X X X X X X X X X X X f final Review of National Election The Outlook for future Actions at t . L. -!..- 1...B . & . uiienur aiza ci-wi ui - .-.. . ... .. ... ,k4 i7 rv MOJOfr AsaeU 1 Liabilities .pUi doi. JiOO(00O.0O. We are ready lo ?i tic publtc and oar f-nUifut rneiMU M 'iartoe a. tber want fr health And ar dent, aixl .rom 0U SajWJ or morr traii;ht nt J.j'tHj'f infoiUM'iot. ' or writ a U SMITH. "-.' "" 11H Green ood St Tnlta, Oklahoma Pboae 0a?e 3SSS 't x r """"""""""'"""''""'' S'lTlfK TO NBWfOMKRS TO Tl L,H C. .7. JEXXIXG& Hani lis la to A o n V.r F.state of j II Kind For Sale W ANTED Oil yvt to (iI C 704 rrea?e X. Lansing Standard Made MBKCHAN D...

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. — 20 November 1920

ITI S. STAR, Saturday, Novcmbcr20, 1920. PAGE FIVE I'lNAI. ItEVIEW OK NATIONAL KI.EUTON. Ol TLOOK FOE FUTl UK ACTION Cfliitimu'il from Patfe Four iioi., .toitiiing iiur personal anil iml.(,i:ii iit,iii-. in me aoiiiii, n will llOl DC .III Ulsy 11IU. (ll pUWCl 10 uu .o. tciunns. uowivci, anil 1 none I Hill UIIHlri III llllS, lilt' Ut'lllCllllllllS tlllL', I'll! ll 01 lllipiClCdl'UlCll, Willi wli.cli i in- iniliiiii has ri'luriiL'il ll Iu poV.t'l lll.l) lead It III Overlook till' claims in our i.ik nice. 'Will' lllDVCIIICIll (llllll I Sl.ClVCII liiil ii ltiuiKi.it ion lias liccii laid tui the clcclion (il a .Negro In Congress i nun onu district, and the election ill a iiiuuliL'r of mcinhcis in llu.' hUilc legislaluic liiiiu sections ol tliu stale where inn numerical strength w annuls il. I he uiove ineiil (hseloses lhat thole are mine t linn 7,0(111 independent Colored people in Ihe slate who have tin own off Hie shackles of political .serliloui. The Kansas City Sun advises that "ga.i...

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. — 20 November 1920

I(.I SIX Till 'IlLSA STH, S:tturia, Nov, 20. P20. BABYLON OR THE CHURCH SYSTEMS MOST GO DOWN I' "' N.IIIIC Willi Ml -lllll ii nilii mil shall tstio uilll f hit present c." Hie more inlorma- I Cllil.llllS III S.ll . i v i aim oi All it Ine flood the i ,(mn Kjurtipieii to atitnnr, ami they said, tiu lo, lot u lllltlll U fit) HIUl IOWCT,WhOt? top m reach unto iienven; ami lot m make iu a num. lest we be scattered mnoml upon tii inie of Itio whole earth." lie a. 11:0 At that time live uople u.i sxilte une language, the) builtleii Ine tower t'liliTi'il ;iiid iiiu.iiiiril a iel- lisu 5li'n, unit tlie.se Protectant iem.i have Income Hie oft -spring oi the Mother Itariut a the Mo ther ill Harlot iielinilet lead lo the roucitiMon that there are of I. Miring or tinuglter. In modern urk" there has Ik en a great tuning aw a) it oiii the truth. The preach ers huve lorwiken the Kaiisomcd unit the Uinl said, "Iteiitihl the pen i :uirifice in 11 large digtce and pic is one mill tnej have all one no...

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. — 20 November 1920

I Tl'I S STAH, Saturday, Xovember20, 1920. PVGIi SRVI V X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X . X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 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 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X K X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 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 GIVEN NEXT Jilli AWAY w EEK Tills Beautiful Ivory Fitted Bag Presented With out any cost whatever to the lucky person whose name is drawn from the list of our customers. HERB'S ': HE PROPOSITION: JOveryono who makes u purchase of .'Uiythin in our store I'lmii now until Saturday, November 127th, will he asked to register their names. When this offer expires, the list will he put in the hands of a repre sentative of the Tulsa Tribune, who will, blind-folded, pick out one of the names. The winner will be announced in the Tribune, and the Hag will be deliv ered witho...

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. — 20 November 1920

P(.l 1H.HT THET VL-& AJTKR A .). lliill.iCMA.N Ed . . nd . ublislier .1. U iliTlrJ'JJilA.N Advertising .Mnnt,ei II. A, ( ..ARK Associate Editor and Auditor Untere.' n S-ond Class Mail Mi'ter t TnNa. DkUhoiim jsTHSCKIPTION KATES: V One Vent 2 00 N' Si. Month- l-r" Three Mom lis 1 ' All Sill scnptions Must be Paid in Advance- THE TULSA STAR, Saturday Nov. 20, 1920. the number of a region which New . ork exceeds in ,, .pi:,.., ... ,. M ., . t nearly ten per cent When the full figures of the i i. lev lion ..re ,n. Toe i tkvsrvvr.rAvrrrrrrrrrrryrryKrrvW.KKKKKK,.KV!.K.' t "",''""' !" uc even more nagranL for u,i. mc .sonutiii electorate .i. V S..e' ume"ed b- the woman vote, it mil not matenallv swell the South s total In the new Congress Republicaas v.dl have tne power, as welt as the right and duty, to put an end to this .. .justice based on the counting ol disfranchised voters. If the boulh insists ...i denying the colored American the supposedl) inalienable rights given him .mder t...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 27 November 1920

it : - If A. Fearies Exponent of. Right "' "S v 7 ! ' ' An Uncompromising; Defender Bttttfegg n r "nscr flSHM " JSFWT jhTB - 1-jp HM BP" VOLUME X ndC&H INTER-RACAL CON FRENCE ORGANIZED ALEXANDER OF GEORGIA DE LIVERS THRILLING SPEECH Inter-Racail Conference. Draws Over Five Hundred Delegates, Hut Very Few White. Oklahoma Cit, Nov. 23. I lie lu-tcr-Racial Conference held in the State House here today may he put down as one of the most remarkable gatherings ever had between it walls, as it marked the lirst attempt to bring representatives ot the colpcid and white people of the stale together to confer upon was and means to promote inter-racial harmony and peace. The meeting had" been called by Oovernor J. 15 A Robertson, who had authorized county judges to ap point delegates both while and colored to attend the conference. That the efforts of Gov. Robertson to thus ameliorate the many conditions which promote discord were appreciated by the colored citizens of the state was shown 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. — 27 November 1920

PAI.l TV0 rim TLLSA STAH, Saturday, Nov. 27, lWO .KMKKKr.ry...yyr.KKKMKKrw.KW v x x X V x X X X X X X X X X X X X X A "Little" Out of Your Pay Each BLANKETS AND COMFORTS AT K15MJOBD 1RICB& "l l 117- 1 .w .. 1 w: l"U ' a s 3 ( vveeK will uiuble you to own n beau t i f u I dlnmond, wrlnt watch or any piece of high grade jewelry in our store. Tina 1 u splendid wuy to SAVE mid at the same time wear your favorlt article of Jewelry. WE ARE OUT OF THE HIGH 1f( RENT DISTRICT. We have TWO UU STORES and we can positively ... . sell you high class jewelry at Per Week CASH PRICES on payments. Conic in. make your selection now, pay a little down, and you'll never miss the balance in small weekly In stallments. , McMinn Jewelry Co. THE SQUARE DEAL STORE" 120 Bast Third Street Opposite Hotel Tulsa. X X X X X X X X X X I X X X X X I I '- V i X X X X X IS X X X X X X X i X X X X X K 'A , , r 1'rotect yourself from the cold and wintry weather with nice warm comforts ntid hlnnkels. We have thorn 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. — 27 November 1920

PAOr THRJ P I Millions Now Living and Walking About Uponjhe Earth Will Never Die and Go Into the Grave tmrnHmKMmxF&-m&m&r!ttrAW'Xs&& . sHajtsr-a - rill Tl LSV STVR. Saturd.iy, Nov. 20. 1920 MHtKWmmiTA WW V ifW'iVVii. Kic". I BHislfel W A. a Week KlkVmWKSw& msMW&mtfA Tlu BM 'J hing to do Under I'res fill Conditions Tin- lire.it Worn! War ln.il came in finl in., ini reused the sorrows iiiui siiML-riiibs 01 Humankind, liu'ii rauu- a Micai ilmiiiiai' 01 (io( and io(la aciuai laniines esisU in nia n pari, ol me cauh wuli a great .suoriage eviywiicic ami tne cost ol living mourning Itigner ami Higher, ilitie fodowcii tin- war ami the la iiiim' a ureal pestilence the Spanish iiiiiuuii.u iniii iook away minions of people U'ojii all nails ol the ealin .mil now we aie advised that Ilie greal pestilei ee.i ol typhoid ami ituiioiiiL- piaguc a-c ravaging utliei parts ol uie earth. Ilrvolu lions have caused ilie On nasties ol several .ahon-. to tall ami other iievoluti...

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. — 27 November 1920

Pu.F In r THF TltU STR Saturday. or '7. 1 .1 2 wwrKAKJRr INFERIOR iNbUicANCE? " W.ien 'our Money Will Buy the Beat JtJU NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Of The UNITED STATES OP AMERICA v V X V X X X V X X V X' X V V V K V i. X X X V V V X' X' V X' X' X' X' X' X' X X X X X Marine Under fire Specific Charge of Murder Lodged Against U. S. Marine Following Investigation. Chicago's Oldest, Strongest, and Most Reliable Insurance Company is now offering high class but very liberal protec tion to men, women and young folku with more than ?17,000, 000.00 Ashct.s and Liabilities. Capital Stock $500,000.00. We are now renily Hi give the public and our faithful friends as iiiueh MiMirutiee as thuv want for health and acci dent, and troni $2,000 to $5,000 or liion. straight life. further information sec or write . U. SMITH. Ci'iicrnl 110! N. Greenwood St. Tulsa, Oklahoma. A jffiit Phone Osage 35CG 'Kr....K.Kr."Kn.nrK...,...'.,...'......,'.,.,. -ii.iw.ij. NOTICi: TO NEWCO.MKKS TO TII.SA C. J. JENN...

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. — 27 November 1920

y. P V.-V'.f& l j ll 'S1TL ! W V' J II THE TFLSA STAR, Saturday,, tfov. 27, 1920. page r-ivr Nil. Q.. HaHdlm-Hum. of Nil. Qun l'r,p.,.,00. An Unusual Opportunity Zl TVt WOmn "paH ofoarninft salary of $50.00 nor week. We have opening for nftSressive, hustling persons cover citjr, county or travel ent.ro state territory L&S oran,znt,on work The Nile Queen Corporatfon ioVKni organized on n profit-shnrina basis is put ,6 ito ZK WsTors l 0tBm " m PPo ?iS Wide nwakemcn and women who want to mnko real money or liave their savin&s earn substantial dividends, cannot nQord to overlook this opportunity. for full information aJJresi Deft. Ii, Incorporator, Nile Queen Corporation or Kashmir Chemical Co. 3423 Indiana Avenue Chicago RACE PROGRESS RETARDED Hy Ignorant, Lickspittlinjj Colored Men and Women Our readers are chccrtully requested to read over several times the tollow itiK pointed and truthful extract from i lie November issue of the Messenger, New ork YVIiat these editors 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. — 27 November 1920

j, yjjtjMwn nwi am THE TLLSA STAR, Saturday, Nov. 20, 1020 l'dl M TULSA'S COLORED BUSINESS DIRECTORS Church Directory All Z10N BAPT1J T OHURuH. Jorner Huston .md Elgin. Suilil:i School: H:3U a.m.; Preach- ms: 1 1 ::U) a.m., ami p.m.; Mul- Weok Service, Wednesday, 7:31) p- . I. i ' c i..i 'ta ii in. hi.: 1$. i. i. -.. ju"u;i """ Come ami worship with us. ou ure welcome It. A. WIll'ITAIvKlt. Puslor Phone: Osage 1303. VERNON A JV1. E. CHURCH. .M.xer'.s Hall, Oil Ii Areher St. Sabbath School U:0U a.m.; Preach !!(. 11:01) am.; Allen limleavor League, r:ll0 .m.; Preaching, 7:011 p.m., Choir I'railue, Wednesday evening. S:0U p.ui.; Cass Meeting, lhursda. 8:00 p.m. ItliV C. R. TUCKER, Pastor. FIRST HAl'TIST CHURCH Cor. Jackson ami Last Arclier Sts. JUumlii) School: U:JU a. in.; Preach tay: n a.in; U. V P. U. .:3U p.m.; .... Services, 8:00 p. m.; Mid VYck Services, Wednesday, 8:00 p. mi. KliV. J. 11. ABKUNAlllY, Pastor. PARADISE BAPTIST U1UKC1I Corner ltulh and Brau St .i.inday School, 'J: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. — 27 November 1920

IHE TFLSA STAB. Satutda.t, Nov. IT, 1920. PUil SI M N ItJL flE, - " k'-f ,-7'V. H. ARE YOU SICK? 1 If so your greatest ambition should le to get well the chiropractic wa (without drugs or surgconary) the primary cause or all disease is pres sure on Hit nerves that leads out from the spinal cord in the hack hone and these causes can not he rtachct! with drugs or by operating the. only way of getting permanent relief is to have these fetuses remov ed. This can only he done by an experienced chiropractor. A trial course will convince you. It will cost you nothing to find out your condition and a very little to get well. Come all jou that ails and are burden with disease and 1 will give" you advice lake my adjustments upon your spine and they will give you health. Though we are despised and -fought by all other Doctors, we like competition for we have had four years experience and know what we are doing and can find the cause of diseases and know how to remove it if you are despondent a...

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. — 27 November 1920

STAR, Saturday, Nuveftiber '7 i' wfl Tj man's color, prejudice; or, if so, it has been entireK overcome ,'J&mmmkJm ! y the hitter's avaricious proclivities, so that the Indian, wlm in x also a colored man, has been received into the white man's home into the white man's on terms of social equality. The black inaii has not failed to note that tlie laws of our country have been enacted and invoked to perpetuate a cus tom of unfairness that is aimed at no other nice group under our Hag, and certainly the notation is not full of pleasant memories. We are not demanding "social equality" that's something that regulates itself between individuals but we are demand ing all that any citizen of our countryhas a right to demand ('quality without discrimination. X X X ' K X X X X X X 'i- 1 THE gTCi'SgE OF QUAi-ITVl C mm mm " '' '''' ' ' ! ' 119-821 South Main Tl I r. uwwwwwwuYm PAGI I MIT t M j, " ' i "!"-f" i it rim f r i 1 t iii i i ThTe TU lis M STK R A. .1. SiMITllHIJMAN, Ed.i and Publi...

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 December 1920

fc 1 4 A. Fearles Exponent of. Right and justice. A.n Uncompromising DfcfenJet of the Colored Race. Wc fen only to do wrong. VOLUME X W ' H JP&' MRS. L. C. CLARK Supervisor of music in the Muskogee Schools who acted as Special Reporter for the Tulsa Star at the Teachers' Ass'n. OKLAHOMA COLORED TEAC1U ERS MEET First Day's Session Marked by Excit ing Football Contest. First day's session was scheduled to open at .3 3(1 p in, but owing to the great interest shown by the asscin likd teaclieis m the football contest bckvcui Muskogee and Tulsa, the association was not called to order b President Pettus until A o'clock. The night session opened at 8:40 o'clock to a full house All former presidents seated on rostrum I lie lirst selection on the prognm was a chorus bj the Hooker Wash ington School, "Southern Lullaby," whiih showed good training Involution bj Rev V 11. Hender son was follode by a solo, "Ave Ma rie,1' by Miss Mildred Warner, a stu dent of the leather Schools She re ceived...

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 December 1920

TUT Tl'ISS ST.f Siiturrlav, ftci I 10J0 f'UiT TVW) Okmulgee News Notes School Wtett. Dttenilur 5 10 i is to lie observed' lu vitiuol nuiiiI.i) Deccitilur - which a, mIiooI week. Dwib.il School Ml tit minister will In .iskcil to piak icIatiM to t .- xaliu of the pub In Sthool SiiiiiI.i. Dncmber s which will be lolltnxctl It. a ln school rnllx I rid.ix iiiKht. Dm tuber Wlli Much iiiun-1 is biiliK iii.inifisU'd b ttacli trs nml pupils Mis-, ( l.ir.i I otTrx. mu ol our traili crs has belli on ihr sick list I In luinor I Ibm holds the ricord lor ttt inland anil siliol.irslnp in the IliKh School, wluli tin KiKtli f.r.nt holds the rciord tn tin grades Mrs II l (icnlrj ol Okmulgee i mint h.is been eletteil .1 lucinber of the Mitt I lathers' ssut i.ttion and ilso plated oil the M.iti rrieption tcmtnittri tor lh Vitmii.d ssoiu tloll Orintnlhal Anderson ol the Senior Uiss has ri'tiiriiul to his home 111 Uaio leas Our Domestic Arts Department will sooi hi at liiimc in llnir new room Miss Ucssiq...

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 December 1920

THE Tt'LSA STAR, Saturday, Dec. 1, 1920. tGr runnn b u is Now Living and Walking About Upon the Earth Will Never Die and 60 Into the Grave WHICH UOAD ARB YOU TRAVEL Ll.(ii THE URUAII WAY OR THE NARROW WAY? 'Wide is ilu Cute of Destruction, iiin.1 Hrouil llic Way Leading Thi ther; ami (iiany are they who Knler I Iu'oukIi it. How N'ur iii is I lie (i.ilt' of f!ifi'; how Diffi.ull (he Nay Leadine. Thitlu-r! Ami how Kev Who rind it" (Mutt. 7: i:i- l)i:iKl''ll) that those who ultiniiitcl rind lire nl the end or the narrow win will In? fow ami will 1h those who will endure failhfulU hardshins. trials persecutions because tlu love the 1 .01 (I more than the love mix e.irth l thing. When Hie last inic has enlere.1 for whosoever will save his life shall liml it. (.Mutt. 10:21-2.")) Jesus means by these words thai those who would entei this narrow way uiusl ilen.v themselves ns lie denieil lllmseir, must ilail.v do the lather's will amidst .1 vviiUed and perverted generation and lli.it he who...

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 December 1920

PU.Iv FOUll "I THS STAN Saturdav, Dec. 1, 1920. 7 TIIK l'VKKLASTING STAIN A dying mill lu'jmi.uc tiii.ilicul iai li i inn iii's hi II. Ill 1(1 111 IIS li. nuuluDil (ii'liioi-iii I (IllUg pISSl01l Ml Hull' puiilicinn l-uinu nun tell ii III l.OMUC'll mood in. tiiiit ii rucc rsi ii nn nope. .1 ! ii hi? to its it! in (Icilln. J in1 ,0 M llUIUtJIl (I (IK' .il'iil t nil i mi' ci . Olllll II1IOW Jt III- I I .1 spilMII III' lll'lll HUM. t 1 10 1 It 1 1111 1 ill mis limit was iiccmcd to in' iikii c ilcieslaiiic liit.i iik imiiuciuiis iii anil iliiili till' lolcucud ill (.am. ii was tllllllglll ll) (llltWL'lll III 1)11111 It Csll- iii.iikiii Inc I'linu catalog oi ihlui ii'iin.ii, iiiunil ami poiiuiai nines, lo inaiKi' ail .iiiiciiiiiu wilu men ii inn in iiiiuuci wotinl iiu a inuii iiiiiisuiion as i'iiiiixiii(i in tins, inc nine was sel wine (traiiiaiu cicvcr niss. Hit' lion iiinsi In- .iti nek 1 1 1 1 f it is linl. I nuii' must lie no nun Kin (' tn nc- In leiuic mi' coulee (II III ICCOIIUlC p...

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. — 4 December 1920

TIT TtIS STVP Suunln. Dee 1020. PAGE FIVC 6 w r hr i i - 0f r EC?L -T .".'tMEHOrlEOF M ... ilA -A-.)! tLjfl'iJJ Nil Qunn Uulldlns Home at Nll Queen Pnpintlotii An Unusual Opportunity for men nnd women capnblo of earning salnry of $50.00 per week. Wo liavo openin&s for o&Jjressivo, hustlinjj persons to covercity, county or travel entire state territory doinjj special organization work. Tho Nile Queen Corporation now beinft organized on n proSt-shnrinJj basis is putting into operation n new plan which offers a Jjilt ejjje opportunity to small investors. Wide uwake men nnd women who want to make real money or have their savings earn substantial dividends, cannot afford to overlook this opportunity. Tor full information address Dcpt. B, Incorporators Nile Queen Corporation or Kashmir Chemical Co. 3423 Indiana Avenue Chicago THU NATIONAL PRIZE CO. 17 Division St., Tioy, N. Y., U. S. A. ANT lo sol in loiu-li ith AM. KAl i: KIl'LKss am ICi:i'(l(ri:i(S. Dm uiihimiii ..... . i.imi'nm...

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