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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 20 December 1913

TULsa, O K t A, STAR cvr'wKi rs& rff'ji.j.'ratra' t" vs tu.wu W You will Find a ,;i',c Assortment CHRISTMAS REMEMBEN Youp Credit li Good with Uk. GLOTHIFG ON CHItt-lT sn qiM pooo l IIP'O JA uanwrawau The Mammoth Credit Co, IJOi EiJSt 3rd Street. sj-a.. 1 .... ta ,. L s.t Scad's, in Satins, DmII Patent Tun. Gun Metal. Box Calf, Viu Kid. We have two pi ices, and put out 1'ie best of values $2.50 and $2.85 Cur R.iby Loll :,o0ls, n,e $2.50 and $2.85. Tango Pumps at $'2.50. Evening Pumps in all colors. Wc sell Monarch Hosiery. 2d Floor First National Bauk Building. Head Sample Shoe Store TELEPHONE 2184 wmimmmammtiam&Limmmmmmmmmmmimm H 1 IH1T() it.mil Sec. .in.l I'n ,1 the iMuliiutnict (li-p:ii tun nt ,, Mn K :uul I, (if H wiim- l . .., . ,,.. spun- ihlc fin tin vufii'-- .t ,1k order in thi state ' !iiiiiiiiiii- S.ih,.. '..1 t"i:a-'i mimji ,i;h! iim -. .v ;.ii"i''.i. li. ! mow 1 -it. In-.. . l it I . ' ;-.iii jii'ii i Mil pin 1 ituf iluwu - Take the i-imhN l vinii i i !- ,il...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 December 1913

MJSiL".5'.rW Rl THE CO-OPERATIVE STORE COMPANY DOES A THRIVING BUSINESS FOR SIXTY DAYS, BUT CAME TO AN i-KlNUlFAL, STUKh.S IN THE COUNTRY, CONSISTING OV CLOTHING. LADIES' AND MISSES' COATS AND SUl B AC CT7T 7 TTAMMAM TWM VTT1 T TTV OTTT7T7KT AITATTmv ul " nu u-i, iliiuiuuv, jwii" l.iiJUi i , vUiJlllv VUnj-lll X. MEN'S OVERCOATS. $L"'. iiti re oiitx J.'i ()vi r oat $l i OMTiunlH lln On iro.it .$19.00 $15.00 $10.00 i c.:8 MEN'S CLOTHING. w li.ui ri0 Men's Suits which are worth in any clothing (tore $25.00, we will sell at $16.98 (2i)oo Suits nt . $12.9 J I. ",oo Suitx at $9.98 TliU In new stuck ami up to the minute In ever j a MCN'S ODD PANTS. Worth IS 00 nt $5.98 Worth $0 00 nt $1.94 Worth $5.00 nt $2.9S Worth $3.10 rj $2.48 Worth $3 00 at $2.23 Worth JI5o at 98c (HcrallH. the heat In the city at 7tc MEN'S HATS Sampltt linn Rolng out at v. holcsnlo prices. MEN'S UNDERWEAR. Heavy I'lceceil Shirts, regular 50c ami 60c Krntlo ... 39c Drawers to match 39c Ribbed Undershirts worth GOc at ...

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 December 1913

0 AN D sui G!l, id V Had lave e4 idc g& 2 next ,RSSKETPS NDERWEASH PFrfV019' THEY BOUGHT GOOS 0M MOST , BLANKi.lt, uwjju.kwi.AK, SILK DRLSb GOODS. SHOES-OVER $5,000 WORTH OF THE BEST ALL OF THE MADE, SUCH in ' ""-WM ..v. : ptr. Thousands of Dollars worth inut- nrrii .,,1 uj ,, - - j-w ul...vu uuu nciu never natd anvthine but treiernt and exnrcss. win n.iri.n,i ..1 bought. This stock , with our recent purchase of theBurnhanr Dougm i"' """ aitu iiuuuay naue at sucn a big reduction days for less than ever before in Tulsa. Everything sold Is SPECI J JL O 'UFUASED AT 50c ON THE DOLLAR tes, oilics. Handkerchiefs, Toilet Sets, Men's iradind you can buy them at FACTORY o iit-of-Town Purcli PINC Ve will save you from 1-3 to 1-2 and Pay Your Car Fare. resen Iways try to select some article that will be useful. Below you You select from them something that will please your friend. These at a eduction. liSc 75c t.0n 9ic 75c ISC 39 m 1Cj 10s 9Sc 75c 4Sc 3,'ic tc 1 .00 99c ; v-c--xa--;-i. 1!C...

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 December 1913

T U V A, O K L A , f, T A It For Good Tbjngs lo Da! And Then Some CALL WillMllfs Grocery come see run; pui.es FK 'IAS. TLi unit in i tun HI the it n i., f a fclioci Im ' ' hi ti IhKn was the ii'iiillllon lit i'k i machine ol 'lit' liynin ' Kiur I'esi i rf n siinii b ii rlinriiH ol naif iiiii- 1 lit" liu'lilonl kiiv" nn enter biiiih 'Inn Hii Idea Tbt now iu" rrif"nK t. n circular whlrli Iton been distributed Iu ilio mini .lialrlc-iH are "preimred tn furtilMi fur funerale food mill appropriate mimic either olo, duet fir rhtirim Our Hr-n it Includes initvtrN.il in H"ll n strlctl) church niusli " In iIlnrnntfTiifc thti enterprise u Vienna paper s-is thai tbt 'iiiWhlne Million' lii- ilieatli t"-fii introduced anil In ftiiiunct lor with tlif "iiiiu htm" muic' will tnakf old ii fihiiilt iifi'Ii-m Th '-ilKlnr B'lcri'iif t".iii Hiiyn Mm humorist bus ht It.iHt tlipKn urMd points It aiuht tut ftiort mid the irtndilnr dnx HOt W villi ' LOCAL NEWS J. S. KIRBY, City Circulator Rii.sinuNci:,-.M5 !...

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. — 20 December 1913

OKLA., STAR W IL and L. of H. ii,i.' '- A Few Hints About Our Xmas Advertisers Of The World. Grand Officers Diieetory 7 (Jiiiinl I'wilrcioi'-Di'. '. u niiplncy, i 1'iii", Siiiiiiu Olilllil 1'ilSl I'loliVlor V. .J. .liy. I Sox 1(11, 1-1. CIImiii. Oklu. Ilninil Vice I'l-.t'i'ciiii' V W ,txct. Ol;iiiulj.'cc. (Iklii. Wiiiuil Secret. iiy Kev. V. H. i'liiiiuiii, Wiiuuiicr. Oklu. ullllll TlfilsllllT .Mis, .M, t .mplne., Uo iii!7, Hapnlnu lit. " tiiiiiiil ( liiipliiin c. Ilftu-v. . Ciicinvn. I Tulsi. )Uii." ' Cllllld (illillC- All-,. ('Illlllif Mllllll. Wllljoner, Olcla. f'.iand (iiiiii'iliiin Mrs Alice Smith fi5l Ho. M.'iin St.. .Mh-.;iiii-, Okl.'ilioiHM. iiuiid Sentinel--.). V. UiiiiHli, )!v '(!. Dcpcw, Oklu. (ii'uiiii ""( Tie;). f Kntlnw .t ill II 'I IhiMiiu, Mux 178. Ra I .t I j-ii . Oklu. Oiiiiul .Medical Register Dp (. lliiyiu's Knv l-,, Wagoner. Oklu. ( Oi.. -I .Million- .Mis. n. Wil liiim ."III v . lunkfnrt, Tulsa, okla . ' OiiiiiiI i.vliiier Kev. .T W. Kidd. TiiKu, Okla. iiuiid Tiu...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 20 December 1913

t TULSA, OKLA., STAR POULTRY EAGLE LOAN CO. CORNKR FIRST AM) ItOSTON Wc Make Loans on Anything of Value. Lowest Rate of Interest mJS win In Alabama tho negroes of various communities, rcali.Ing that old, brok en down sliacka nro not s'ultablo struc tures In which to educate their chil dren, liavi) Bot to work and built cred itable schoolhouscs, with their own hands. Clement Ittchardson, head ot tho Kngllsh department of tho Tus kegeo Institute, tolls lu tho Southern Workman tin Interesting story of tho Improvements that have been wrought In this fuBhlon. Most Blgnltlcant, per haps, 1b thu eHect that this Industry h.is produced upon the white popula tion. It indicates that colored people will bo lespected when they respect themselves. Mr. Richardson writes: "Tho nttitudu of thu white pectfu iu many ot thesu localities is both inter esting nud highly encouraging. Tho pioverblal sneer of tho southerner at negro education Is not seen here. Some of the white peopio give money, aomo nails...

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. — 20 December 1913

TULSA, OKLA, STAR L 'if t . ? r SERVING FISH DINNER MAKEUP OF MENU A MATTER OF IMPORTANCE. May Be Made the Important Dlth of the Meal or an Accompaniment of Other Foods, According to One's Desire. When planning a fish dinner dccldo Ilrst what other fods ure to be served and how tlio llsh nro to bo cooked. A largo llsh baked with mi oyistcr Btuf ling la n rich, satisfying dinner In It self and little eleo will bu needed, writes Henrietta I). Orauel In thu Chi cago Journal. Small llsh, however, uro Bweeter In llavor and make an ex cellcnt course between tlio toup nud tho entrees. Kor tho laht a half-pound nsh should bo allotted far each diner, nud ou will need u sllco of bacon for each llsh for garnishing. After the fish, that nro to bo fried, nro scaled and cleaned. It Is noces kary to rub thorn well with a soft, clean cloth If you expect tho cracker dust to adhere to them. Rolling tho llsh In Hour and then dipping them Insures a good coating, but ono too hard and thick to bo enjoyed...

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. — 20 December 1913

r,! T U L A, OKLA., STAR J. tl MlIMllNRY I'll- uleill LEE CLINTON. V IT... 1.RA .McIilltNL . , CUNIJKNCMJ STATKMBNT OK THE The National Bank of v ommerce Or' TULSA, OKI.AUCMA. at till) cl(i(! i.r IhiMiicMm Octolmr 1!!, 1913. III09OIJIICU3 Luaiie anil (llnrniiiitn .... Overdrafts U. 3. nnmln , ..i WarranlH Ileal EntnU . i i.rnltnri) ami Flxlnnm Five Pur Out l-'titiil CubIi Hnd Slfjlit KicIihiiko ............ Tumi '. I.IAlilUTlES Capital Htixk paid In Surplus and J'rufllH Circulation DvpoBltn '1 he aliovu HtntouiiMit l.i .orr. Dcpusita nru guaranteed nKnlnol luvtit uud strict u.Uiurmict) to ixiimil Traders lllli Kiist Si .mill Stlei-I Wr rr PiTUCK ON rLOUU hii.I wo arc COMPr.LLCl) tu unloiil. Wo hav.i s fjooil Hour .is lb Kij.t in I .il rvr.riY sack ruarantcco t.. I.kaia -" at your .. uii.y .').:cl Our landlord s.tys we MUST Kl.UUCb tiio weiijtt cm his lit...', so il i. 'i 1. i I a.iathor iiio.n .tiuf uiovu i.ms I .u. i. sill it .it .1 ledmed tit ici. 24 lbs. Best ( Ion. in Tulsa la H...

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. — 3 January 1914

H '. Tiwj t-j- - ,.... r FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE f OUR WIBSCKIPTIOH Lit MAKES V VALOAftU: medium roti ADVCRTISUiQ SHtfJWS H-. $&$ .A. VHJ-flG7 --- ZasflFS' V hi ik.h 4 i 4 9f 'ss, 'lit ,.' i M,v , VnnV J In , -y iif::' . 'V. -- "V "V ' ' I , I m " ninum- a m .jre r- j& H . rR ssl- - RF"ft - -w - r-ri-i & ? :- .. Ht- rar wxa m mf - & m mdR.-.wmm xSBSl M ml 1 vol. 2, No. 11 SycCSS02'0 27if flUSATGi?r STI2 CHIff SAM EXPOSED! Same Man Toured the Country Several Years Ago Hoodooing, The Public rULSA, OKLAHOMA,. SATTluiAvT jAXUAV & WH NOTICE! Subscription Sl.QO-Par yea, '"he pniilir will pleaco talco no tice! that Win. Mi-ninin i- .... i., or connected with this paper in any capacity, whatever. Thin step is taken for purely business reasons. A. J. SMITHEttaiAN, ' Editor and Pub. In snite of the iriven the cnlnroH homn hv ihn nnlnoofl - State flpmnaf PVi nf a..w have become victims to his fraud ulenscheme and are still hoping they will realize the truth o...

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. — 3 January 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR MAKES REFORMS IN CURRENCY SYSTEM New Money Measure Is Most Important Law Relating to Finance Enacted in Many Years Salient Features of the Code Succinctly Explained. Washington, Deo. 23. The now bill .ffecUng the currency, banking nnd finances of the country Is ono of the niot far-roachin measures relating to flnanco that have beon enacted In many yearsfl' Tho magnitude of tho subject, the. diversity of Intcrfsta affected nnd tho lonKth of tho debates In both branches of congress has to follow tho changes nnd grusp the essentials of this highly technical rarnsuro In Its Important bearlngB on money, llnanco, banking und tho e.UIro rango of (Incal subjects, liubllc and private, which It affects. Summary of the Dill, With a vluw, therefore, of present ing succinctly and In nontechnical langungo an epitome of tho salient fea tures of tho measure as finally framed, Uio following summary Is given of tho bill as n whole and of IU principal de tails. Generally speaking, t...

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. — 3 January 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR r )) LIVEMOILS No sick headache, biliousness, bad taste or constipation by morning. Got a 10-cont box. Are you keeping your boweli, llrer, and stomach clean, pure and freih with Cascarets, or merely forcing a passageway evory few dayi with Baits, Cathartic Pllli, Castor Oil or Purgatlvo WateraT Stop having a bowel waah-day. Let Cascarots thoroughly cleanse and reg ulato tho atomach, remove the sour and fomenting food and foul gases, Uko tho excess bile from the liver and carry out of the system all th constipated waste matter and poisons In tho bowels. A Cascaret tonight will make you feel great by morning. They work whllo you sleep novor gripe, eicken or cauBO any lnconvenlenco, and cost only 10 cents a box from your store. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then and never havo Ilcadacho, Biliousness, Coated Tongue, Indigestion, Sour Stomach or Constipation. Adv. She Didn't Know. Uncouth Young Man May I kiss you, Miss Jones? Miss Jones (Indignantly...

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. — 3 January 1914

( -' 'f U t i A, 6 X L A ifAR ' - i j : Riht in the Heart ol TfLSA V Am s ooca s THE TULS STAR Printingnnd Publsbing CO. , Published Bv:ry S'ltunKy it 501 N-irt i 'Jreenwood Street. Iilure.l ,n xiiuoii'l i'l lis miHnr April II 1 .1 1 l. it. tin- I'.hI fiflnjo at Tulsa Okbliciiii, under tlio Act nf M.iroh 3, 187(1. A. J. SM1THERMAH II. R. GRAHAM Mrs, 0. B. Smithermtin HUllSCItllTIU.V ItATIto Blx Month Threo Mouth It's not every mnn who hollers "Theif" is himself a saint O Another "Resolution Day" Iiiib come and passed into histor,. JIow many of your New Year's resolutions remain unbroken? 0 According to closing report for the old year, 1913 was not an unlucky one after all. 0 The editor and f; mi y ; i" .''i u: I W. 11. Twine of Musjp.cv. oi: thir ti'j, hurt S - veek and tutim the old cheif of "The hoys in the trenches" in righting trim. We thank all of our friends and patrons for their kind in terest and patronage during the year just clospd, and we respect fully solicit your good w...

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. — 3 January 1914

T U p, n, U K L A.. S '1 A U 2KitHtffi23sfej!.- Ttjut .immiLXKSOt&sitatimstn You will Find a Fine Aorte r f PCMEMDER A rir Credit is Jj Cecd wltn in. NOTHING ON UtiiMT sin u.lM poog uanwawau (J HK ST MAS I x O The Mammoth Credit Co. iteiawara&tasgy ! a. . .. . -. - al . Li aui lsasi ara &neei. SHOES 51 a pi gaw.jym.jro jjk? &.. ..rr "lit tt-iavnuatrri'i jup&'' . te is? .4 a;-.-- fc T i ; f- . at Head's, in Satins, Dull Paient, Tan, Chin'&uui Box Calf, Vici Kid. We have two prices and put o.i the hest of values $?..60 and $j.35 Our Baby Doll Hoots arc $.1.50 and $2.85. Tango Pumps at $2.50. Evening Pumps in all colors. We sell "Monarch Hosiery. 2d Floor First National Bank Building. 1 1 T IIT'lToN Grand Sit. ami Tres. ol the Endotnniet depnttnu-ul .it the K and L (if H who is lareb re spoil.' ible for the success of the order in this state. 5j unl pin t.wnioy down Take the ftuods to your . ' u-- -then weekly or monthly, pay just a wee um 3. U-Jlen', Women's an...

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. — 3 January 1914

t ; 1 1 4 01: a A 2 WHAT 1913 BROUGHT TO THE WORLD Svuua&rf ?A &t Mors Imyjrizut Hspsnings of the TwdYrWitu& VtHdkVt vtrt iv 4l irVi It. r,--nii SViU u t fcul. ytUWtiWA) .h"iwv.i w 7"UwK aiciutvi. K . fur i.f v f;t. nm It Uc )iu AJ.W V vtAfa-jbtrijC .. l4UU.r.tAH-L V ?xuvxtfc jxnC"ui tt cut '. m- Jr-ViM !livrii( V " tttAT -Grvi v.Uvit fcMa j't. -M Vfetrt. vt Jv t J- " 1UA in il tiut-ui r-vt JiKSfanr luv( tt utt.fbt.t & uyuw tftwti t ! y UwtA. t U ra&v tt . ) 7'W Jri 0tw.-tM: ii.w kUv W 'kv V tu fa-V.t -W0.kl.j, ' 6m vf U vvu Mt Cm iv-v Uu.C vtf fMu Z u. A-V riur v vt A7U. - MwU(.e iw4 . ttwe iry X-A,j; . br fcvt-t U tfc.y ' vt Uj Kvi"ukvr U X r"vv (ll4 JU vf.7 MM, .") H Uja J iM'MH lit Ul lft4.IJ kit JV4"lAljr UlMtt4- CM M. f;n.v i" i'lt. iu jut j vi . im v.tti'i tvv Cxnt, VfAt'lihl lltfi iiun-1 u Oy' tkAtfi'i, hi'Ahti ol thi ii'-'i-Itni Hji uvtilM lit tht pinHfit-w: Sir tlu Vl'OiiitM Huiit, iii-A tuli) lUut vikSi,u ) 0-J KHIi 'Hiru I Mill ttll lUll'JI ):iw- kU4 ...

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. — 3 January 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR - E GREATEST ffifi PRODUCTS RAISED DURING 1913 WORTH SIX BILLION DOLLARS. CORN IS WORTH $1,926,000,000 Cotton, Hay, Wheat, Next In Value; Best Year On Record. But Cost of Living No Lower, Washington. Ten billion dollars Worth of products, $5,000,000,000 ol cash Income In spite of drouths and other setbacks is tho 1913 record of C.000,000 American farms. Tho United States' most successful year of husbandry produced ?G,100, 000,000 worth of crops of which $2,890,000,000 wero represented by coreals nlono and $3,CG0,000,000 worth of animals sold and slaughtered and nnlmal products. Tho valuo of thn 1913 crops Is twlco that of 1899, more than a billion dollars over 1909 and substantially greater than 1912. Of nil tho crops, It Is estimated that 52 per cent will remain on farms and that 20 per cent of tho animal produc tion also will remain. On that basis tho cash Incomo Is estimated at $5,847,000,000. " Despite a record year of crop valuo although tho record of product...

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. — 3 January 1914

TULba, okla., star N N t In k" J II .i . ' i'ii.. i, , i: ,i i an'.ler 1 ' I l ' i l hi i KM l- N f or IHt. The Naliunul HaiiK ol -.. uumierce OP TULSA. OKI, II, iM A. at (lir r-lmift of Bwilnmia October 21, ItUk, BB80UH0WJ " Loann anil diKCountn ' ,-. m,.4.., Overdr.fl f "' - Furniture nnd Klxturwt...... ' 4noono Klv. Par cent K.in.1 'J 'ZZS.. lCO Cu'.U and Hlnlit Kx haiiKA . .... . Jft. tJ . cm Tola ? $1,066,076.15 MATIIL.IT1K8 .JaplUU Mkjld 1" , . . . I10U.00O.0O urPHU ; d Pftnu, 'nlTa - " -"- S6' rMKW,U - ' .. 9J2.135.M . Total........ J1.066.076.1C The above tatmeut to eon-act., p. Mc IWLVHV. Cashier - U-IkwIU ar guaranty, acalnat ioa. by Wita, coaiernulvo manage. nient and trk-t adherence to w.unrf bankiag arlnelptoa. Traders llH. I'ilt Si (..Mil Mloul W.. . r M-'JCK ON FLOUR and wc jr.- COMPELLED H unloat!. We hiv n good (lour a it no.i in (u a TVErtY 8ACK UUARAr,t"0 P 6 ie you or your monay iat,K. i;ur ! nui I' i ii vwc ML8T KiOJCC ., c weiulit on hi floor, ao it ta tn i "-l...

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. — 10 January 1914

wv ' xv -?' '" r i rrff"r ii nij-t A r FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE OUK SUBSCNIPTlOrl sUaa is vol. X'. LIST MAKES A VALUABLE UEDtUM I'Oh w- 'W va 'S S S , I' ' xV sr;ccsso to the muskogee star " ------ --" H H bbji IBtLBlUm. gft , nf?- M - Hp Hi I: 1' II ri- ilk sl mil - iJM-n : $3 z-.v& jj?ww -m 13 m : r -wk -zHF. mm m m . - "" " ' '' st ' ' ' .-' . - - . P1 Vol. 2, Mo. 12 Mrs. Lafollette Denounces Race Discrimination National Ass'n for Advancinent uf Col ored People Holds Session In N. Y. New York. Jan. 6. Discrim ination against the negro was the topic at the annual meeting of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People held here. Oswald G. Vallard, chairman of the board of direc tors of the organization, presid ed and was one of the principal speakers. He protested against the re cent uiscnnrge or colored em ployes in the federal service at Atlanta, Ga., and quoted the col lector there as saying that "there was no place for a colored office holde...

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. — 10 January 1914

T U L S A, O K L A., S TAR ' 4 WHY CRIP IS DANGEROUS. It ! an Epidemic Catarrhal Fever Caused by a Bacillus that Gener ally Leaves tho Patient Weak After the Acute Stage Hat Passed. r J m I Grip Pattentt Graloful to Peruna, the. expectorant Tonlo. Do not niako tho error of rceiirJIntf Krlp ns nn cxaeEcratcd cold Thero I a tic illfTcrcnce between the two. Orlp In on epidemic llcnso that pol oone tho vllnl orcans. When a pcr non has crip tho nlr passages nro nlhe with millions of bacilli poison ing the blood. Tho infected person feels tired and exhausted. Peru n a It a Tonlo Laxative. It requires a Rood tonlo laxative to keer the body of tha patient ns strong ns possible to counteract the effect of the polon created bj tho grip bacil lus An expectorant tonlo with soma laxative qualities Is tho enfeat rem edy Such Is Verunn. llewnro es pecially of coal tar powders or tablets because they lessen the Utallty of tho yatlent. There Is no apcclflo for the crip. l'eruna has been used with Ro...

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. — 10 January 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR -. fir.- r NORTH CAROLINA GOOD ROADS Improved Thoroughfares Tend to Prosperity of Farmers and Saving of Time Is Considerable. (By N. BtlCKNEIl.) Throughout tho mountain region of Western North Carolina tho Rood roads sentiment has attained propor tions and Gathered such Impetus as to sweep asldo objections to expendi tures for good roads, which Is usually tho case In all progressive movements of great moment. Tho movement had Its Inception In Atihevlllo, North Caro lina, when tho Ashovlllo and Bun combe County Good Hoads association was organized by n few public spir ited men who realized the loss to this beautiful mountain country by reason of lack of good roads which mado It Impossible for not only tho peoplo of this section, but tho tourists and visitors from going from ono point to nnotuer. Immediately after tho organization of this association, It raised $5,000 by subscription nnd rcgraded and macadamized tho road from Ashcvtllo to lllllmore, a dlstanco of a ...

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. — 10 January 1914

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