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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 15 January 1921

TH6 TULSK STAR A. J. SMITHXRJIAN .1. li. SM1T11EKMAN II. A. CLAKK Absociatu Editor und Auditor Entered as Second Class Muil S UllSCl 1 U T ION It AT KS : One Year $2.00 Six Month 1.50 Three Months 00 All Subscriptions Must he Paid in Advance. Our New Home TIIIJ TUI-SA STAH is now located In it, new home, lLMi'i N. Grecn wnod, or on the corner of Greenwood and Ilnidy Streets. We extend a cordial invitation to our friends :tml piitrons to visit our plnnl and inspect our euii)inent which is without question the largest ami most complete newspaper and printing esliihlislmieiit in the country owned by aiicmhers of our Kroii), with onlv one exception; namely the Hnptist Publishing Company of Nashville. The removal of this plant ha, been a tiresome and expen sive, task and we aie not jet full adjusted to our new surroundings, hut we arc in sh;qe to resume our normal working capacity so far as relates to our Job printing department. It has been necessary, however, Tor us to reduce the volum...

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. — 15 January 1921

T ! I I i D RICHARD J, HILL ARTICLES THE PROMISE OK A KKSlltltHC TIOX FROM THE DH.TD. Till: only ur, m of iioim: FOR HUMANITY When we look stem fad. in the face iiml not,, tin- billions of hit iininil from creation to the present time, llii'ii pass U death, lircnkiiiK up the dealest f.mtilv lies, :ind leaving behind the most precious treasures of eniili, we wonder if it is all life to live- or all death to die; ami wcie it not for Cod's promise of a resurrection of the dead and a better liTe bcjnnd this evil condit ion thU world's diaina would b,. a dark one. From Hible Chronologv man has been upon the earth a little more than li.OOO vears and of course the an one he inclined to question the Hible's statement is true, Should chronologv the vvnj is open to eptes its claim of being the in, piled word of (iod; and an one who doubts the Hible being Hie inspired word of Cod (I don't mean error that has ciept into the Hible) is not in a condition of heart to be taught its deep truths not ...

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. — 15 January 1921

' x X X X X' X X X $ X X X X X I V X' X V V X X I X X V X V V s I I X X X Standard Life insurance Coe The year just closed har, been, lrTinany respects, one'of achievement and progress for our Country and our Race. Wc have tried to contribute what we could towards lifting the burdens of others and retain our position as an Old Line Company. With the turning point behind us, we are facing the New Year with every hope of success. The new conditions, coming so suddenly, will have a tendency to discourage those who are timid. We wish to sound this note of warning to our people every where. Lose all timidity. Be of good cheer and press on. These new conditions are the passing of an inflated!period and the gradual return to normal conditions. We strongly urge upon our people the necessity of Systematic Saving, that they may not be afiected by the sudden change. A Life Insurance Policy in an Old Line Com pany is the most wonderful saving account in (he worldBECAUSE it enables the Policy-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. — 22 January 1921

f I A. Fcarlcs Exponent of. Right and justice. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. Larger Circulation thnn ill the, Km1 THE STAB adkMp,. . I'J. I We fear only to do wrong. rit. '- v. 4t! ; Weelrfy Afai2 Bdition t pit- VOLUME X THREE AND THREE Race Trouble Feared xjL Muskogee? Unknown Men Fire on Car of Mo- tonnan Who Killed Bandit Night Before GUARD ALLTROLLEYS Humors of Plot to Dynamite Street Cars Received; Rumors Fly Fast BLOODHOUNDS PUT ON TRAIL Race Trouble Feared as Result Of Attitude of Colored Men After Robber Killing MUSKOGEE, Tan. 21. Every a vailablc member of the city police force was on duty here tonight and armed detectives and deputy sher iffs rode all street cars that ran in to remote sections of the town arising from the killing last night of a Colored bandit by W. M. Linn, a uuotormaii of a Hyde Park street car. Five shots were fired at Lynn's car just aftei dark tonight. The shots came from a thicket that skirts the right of way at the iden tical spo...

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. — 22 January 1921

' iiitwirjuwKKttnwK,.w.rw.Kt?KKw.Rn,.iit5 : !t X X X ONE NIGHT ONLY Whitney and Tutt PRESENTS The Set IN "BAMBOULA" A New, Sensational Jazzonian Operetta at the CONVENTION HALL Tulsa, Oklahoma Jan. 25, 1 92 1 Book and Lyric Written by Whitney & Tutt. Music Written by James J. Vaughn., ENTIRELY ORIGINAL BETTER THAN EVER PRICES 75c. to $1.50 3 . a 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 3 X X X X X X X MM)lMMMMM)lt(VlMMMMMMMMMU'tM'(MM'('4MVt'4('()(M4M'UW()(ilM)(MM MMMMMVMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM'rf'tt'rf'OtMMM'rfMMMMMMMUitMMMMMVlUMM) ?i . X X X X Ladies 3 X js Made in four parts. Made of Nice Wavy Hair. tig nn V. t fn en T-..fi:. J it X X X X X X X X X X X M .HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMU'4MM'i4MM'rfU''(MM'rf'4MiMU'((''t('('(M''('(MM'4M'nr KKKKttKKKKKKKKKKKKt'.KI'.nKKKt'.Kt'KKttttt'.Kt'.Kt'.KKt'.Kt'nKt'.Kt'.t'.KKt'.KK 1 X 2 - 3 X X 3 X X' I Wigs for Sale for Colored $18.00 Wigs for $12.50. Transformations and Switches $5.00 Value...

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. — 22 January 1921

: flte f tfLSA STAR, January 22, 1921. 4 ii fc k J G til. - ,. t ,: 1 HI i I A r. K .- T. ;; ?a t , Richard J. Hill's Weekly Articles REMEMBER THE SABBATH DAY Mntth. 12:1-13 "The Son of Man is Lord Even on The Sabbath Day.' Those who have little of the truth nre sometimes great Stickers for formalities. This was true of the Jews at the fist a 'vent of our Lord. Feast das, Fast days, Sabbaths and giving of the tenth, were verycare lully attended to by them but the weightiest matters of the law, re specting justice and love to- God and lhun were sadly neglected. This is our Lord's testimony. So toda there are people who give strict attention to Church attendance and to various religious formalities who wholly over-look the real spirit and intention of the Scriptu ral Commands. Their attention to the formality seem to satisfy them from making loo thorough reforma tion of life and seeking to bring all it's affairs into harmony with Di vine law, love of God and our fel lows. The Jews 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. — 22 January 1921

- u. V t xUll, J Everybody Loves Jazz It is a well recognized fact that eYerybody is delighted with the new syncopated melodies which lira now so popular throughout the country and culled "Jazi." This music is said to have originated in Now Orleans, where a Colored hoy on u sugar plantation was a most roficient dancer, lie entertained is fellow workers at the noon hour with his dancing pranks and placd his own accompaniment on a mouth harp. This oung lad's nickname was Jazz and the popular stIe of melody he extracted from liis mouth harp, soon had ever one around the plantation swaying to its fascinating Niytliin. lliu syn copation was named "jazz" after its originator and it lias taken me counlrv by storm. "THE SMAHTEIl SET" headed by Salem Tutt Whitney and J. Ho mer Tutt, presenting their latest and original jnzzonian oicretta "UAMHOUI-V" comes to the Con vention Hall next Tuesday, Jan. 25th and nny one enjojing good singing, dancing and clean comedy cannot afford to miss it. CONG...

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. — 22 January 1921

I ,W& ". T luij, jntuwry aa, mi lassl - id Price Slasher j. swor? it it wields a greater influence and wields it with skill, deftness and effectiveness. I ter's hey agreed to co-operate with me most heartily. But, dear public, if you want to see my ough&aten you must also lend your support to this movement. Putter's have gone the ex- SLASHER SALE NVAYS ONLY clal HERE IS YOUR ONE CHANCE m To Save Big Money By Spending a Little Yeomen's Wearing Apparel Including many manufacturer's samples and emergency spot-cash, close-outs, which have Just arrived every nult, every coat, every wrap, every skirt, every waist, every dress, at a magnificent reduction. Hlght now, In the heart of the season, you can buy the newest styles nt a saving' of 50 per cent and more. You lose Is you don't hurry. Women's $20 Coats Slashed to $10.00 FURS SLASHED TO HALF Women's $4 Skirts Slashed to $1.95 Ladies Waists Manufacturer's samples, in assorted Georgette ond Crepe do Chine, long and short sleeves, ...

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. — 22 January 1921

K THE T(JLSA STAR, JuhUary 22, 1921. TULSM'S COLORED BUSINESS DIRECTORY State i ews Letter Street Rullxvay SHU Sick Hut Convalescing An official report of the national condition of tlie electric railxvny industry for the yeur ending .lanu ury 1, l!)2l, indicates a gradual and .steady npprtineh to a stable basis. Regulatory bodies seem to believe that rehabilitation or lines will be a slow process and that the pres ent advanced rales must be main ained for sonic lime even if falling costs, (anticinaled but not readied as yet) should conic. A large ma jority of the companies in the last lour j ears Have .strained their financial resources to the limit, or created actual deficits, bv merely nieetins current expenses and mak ing absolutely unavoidable eincr genc improvements.. Many badly needed improvements have been deferred by virtually every compa ny on account of lack of funds. The report just completed shows that rl,S ciiles in Hie United Slates representing more than !)() per cent...

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. — 22 January 1921

w J"w" b IB . -..! " rt- ? nn uu all w UUK UWW PRINTING AND WE ARE PREPARED TO DO YOURS X f - I l I PREPAREDNESS PROMPTNESS DEPENDABLE TO THESE THREE ASSETS WE OWE OUR SUCCESS IN BUSINESS s x X x X X X X X i X X X X X QUALITY - j . PRINTING is to be found in every job that goei out of our plant. We use only the best grade of printing materials and every customer receives the sane consideration. Our prices, based upon conserva tive business principles, are always fair. r 3 X X IS X .X I ARTISTIC PRINTING is made easy and pleasurable because we have everything necessary for artistic work of all kinds. If you must have printing, you ought to have the best. WE DO IT. We take orders for cuts and will design your work. Color Printing a Specialty. I Phone O.S931 The Tulsa Star Printing & Publishing Co. Tulsa, okia I BOOKJMMMERflAItPRINTFRS RINnFDC AMnnnnrTonmn .... i . i . . . . . . ; Local and Social! Notes Mr. Alphonso Jefferson of Mus kogee was a called at tho Star Of fice Thursday....

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. — 22 January 1921

'?ZZZ3S3SSmmA r - --" i TT?"' " 1 7' ' ,' X . TH6 TULSH ST.KR A. J. SMIT11EKMAN, JJditor und lublibhur. J. 1L SM1THE11MAN Advertising Munnyor SKLFISH AMBITION has destroyed more lives Uwn nil Uic Instr menu ol war. It has wrecked empires, corrupted governments and left areas of devastated nilns mid misery in the wake of its destructive path, way. And jet many or us continue to worship at lis shrine, givlna nil for a fond embrace of dame fortune for a fleeting moment. "What foolj wo inulluU hut" 11. A. CliAHK Abtiouiutu Editor und Auditor Kntoml iuj Second Class Mail Mutter at I'ulsa, Oklahoma. DUIU.NG I Ilk PAS1 UAH the city administration has spent monos for s reel Improvement in nearly every part of the city, save the see on that needs It most. Their aclion indicates their Indifference to the needs or the Colored section, notwithstanding their flowery pre election promise. ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: . One Year $2.00 Six Months 1-50 Three Mouths 1 00 All Subscriptions Must ho Paid in Ad...

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. — 29 January 1921

k ?, -f 7 A. Fearlcs Exponent of. Right and justioo. An Uncompromising Defender of the Colored . Race. We fear only to do wrong. -u Larger Circulation than all the combined Colored weeklies In Oklahoma. Read THE STAR and keep in- t. ,. Weekly Mail Bdition 9 f - F4. VOLUME X HERO OF STREET CAR CONDUCTOR AVHO KILLED COLORED MAN IS BEING HELD IN JAIL WITHOUT BOND. Newspaper That Made Hero of Murderer Now Silent on Facts. MAN IS BEING HELD IN JAIL WITHOUT BOND. (Special to The Tulsa Star) MUSKOGEE, Okla., Jan. 28. Al though the daily press has been tact fully silent about late developments in the investigation of the Wiling Thursday night of last week of W. S. Williams by Wm Linn, (white), street car conductor, who was lion ized following the murder by news paper stones in which, Linn was fea tured as the lior of an attempted holdup and his victim the villian of the play, the hero conductor is now domiciling in the county jail with out bond awaiting his preliminary hearing on the charge...

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. — 29 January 1921

THE TULSA STAR, January 29, 1921. t :, A. MHMMMMVMMMMMMMMMMUMMMMMMMMMM'rfMMMMMMatMMM'rfMMMMMMMMVIMMMHI n - X X X X X X X X X X Wigs for Sale for Colored Ladies Made in four parts. Made of Nice Wavy Hair. $18.00 Wigs for $12.50. Transformations and Switches $5.00 Values for $3.50. NEW YORK HAIR SHOP Third Floor Over Rcnbergs, 319S. Main. x X X X X X X X X X X w MWMiMMMMMM(4MMMMMMMMMMM'MMMM'.MMMMM4MMMMM't'(MM'(4MM'4MVM .KKKKKKKKHKHKKKKKKKtKKKKKKnKKtKKt'.Ktl'.KtKHKKy.KHKK'.,.Kn S. 3 X X X i s I I PORTER'S S SHOE POLISH LT HINE-Oll Made in Muscogee 317 N. 18th Street MUSKOGEE, OKLA. Agents Wanted. x X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 1 i s $ X X x -3 IWUeiUtltKRKKKKttKKKnKKKKKt'KKKKKttKKKKMKttl'.KKKKKKKKKtttCKltKIt 2 X x X t X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 5 KKKKKKKKtU(fcKKKK'KK'KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK'.Kl Look At This vvm orjrv and stall nil Iclntisi rtt Stnnnnrl X STAY WITH US BROWN'S ROOMS 17 North Lansing Street EVERY ROOM IS NIFTY Mrs. Dora Brown, Prop. Tulsa, Okla. Hand Furniture,...

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. — 29 January 1921

w THE TULSA STAH, January 29, 1921. I- Richard J. Hill's Weekly Articles r r REMEMBER THE SABBATH DAY Matt. 12:1.13 "The Son of Man is Lord of the Sabbath Day." ( " f (Continued From Last Week) "Hcnietnber the Sabbath Day, to keep it Holy, Six days shalt thou -" labor, and do all thy work: but the Seventh Day is the Sabbath of the Lord thy God: In it thou shalt not do any work. Thou, nor thy son, not thy daughter, thy manservant, nor thy maidservant, nor thv ml. tie nor thy Mranger' that is within thy gates. For Fn six days the Lord made Heaven and earth, the sea and alt that in them is, and rest ed the seventh day: Wherefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath Day and Hallowed it." This Cmmand injoins idlenc s on (lie Sabbath Day of each week. It does not say to cease from ordinary work and engage in Heligious work, as many of is advocates seem to suppose. But, on the contrary, it prohibits all kinds of work. Many who think themselves bound by this command, neither rest on the seventh day...

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. — 29 January 1921

w THE TULSA STAR, January 29, 1921. &W 'T TH6 TULSH STAR A. J. SMITIIE11MAN, Editor and Publisher. J. II. SM1TI1ERMAN Advertising Muiingcr U. A. OLAKK Absooiate Editor and Auditor Entered as Second Class Mail Matter at Tulsa, Oklahoma. t SUBSCRIPTION KATES: One Year $2.00 Six Months 1-50 Three Months 1 00 All Subscriptions Must be Paid hi Advance TWO MEN KILLED IN RAID (By The Associated Negro Press) MILLLDGLV1LLE, Go., Jan. 2'J lien Iraviek and Gene Iraviek, two Colored boys, were shot ana killed by policemen in Hancock Count, u few nights ago. 'llic men were killed deleiidlng their sitter in a raid by Hie police on their Home, Hie atlair lias created a lug excitement among the Colored people in tills section of tbe Mate. HOWARD UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP OFFER COLORED DOLLS, WHY NOT? WE HAVE READ ipille a little of the man who decided that his child should learn to play with Colored dolls. It was an idea pressed in upon llic same father would never think of deciding to purchase no...

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