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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 7 February 1914

.-. u r rmm m m i A FEARLESS EXPONENT OUR subscription ust makes a valoaou: I OF RXGBT AND JUSTICE MEDIUM TOR ADVERTlSUta f mmi ni un m me St7CCSS0fl TO Ttf MUSKOGEE STAR y '-. t - --.' WW WW ' ' S SsZOr ZC-'sS J---J- - - . Itoiif'IVZT Ml K.! bMtt&t -- MKIflTfl T mlX .-tl&A'Z A&Bmm KCuife&? iSA TAM-f - 'M C-i na WM - - VI M-KH YCiftArftW"'!!! tK3n .WBaC TST J7X r a--B7":h-Hss3B3 tt-w mmmssiis'mL mm mm nr-, & Vol 2, No 16 Let Civic Pioneer Citizen Mr. Will. Laccy, Old Settler, Success ful Farmer and Faithful Hus band and Father Dies at Broken Arrow. Two miles fiom Dickon Arrow lived William Laccy on ono of tho host cul tivated faim tracts In tho ctato, which he had ncciulrcd by honost toil, econ omy and perseverance. For M yoan he, with his family of coven children and ft faithful and loving wife, had lived; and being Industrious, had pro3 pcrcd until his holdings run Into four ilg'TPS. Dut dcntli, who is no ro. pectir of persons, visited this hippy homo on Januar...

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. — 7 February 1914

i TULSA. OKLA-, STAR ,- V That Weak stsmin' i? n )ia ut tWa ritrema nrrrei l-tU- -may t faint ( 'rapaaraa JlarailfT5l of JlatrtM f'f a wtAAi. !b roay ba grrmtng ftvm giithZfji lt 1"riib't fJl;.( ff vf yimjtisiA Vt pxtharb'! r later wrx.k uf wiAn. Aim'ir all of ta prt"li of a womao'a Ufa ljt-H Uka a UmU a,1 carrltta iiriv.rtlvi for jutt awn ta a fctiiUUn of rut ijMilba In U dlaat of ani. DR. PIERCE'S Favorite Prescription )iu xtsaaafnlly treated rnr eaaaa In peat turif yaera than any Mkar kn,wn remedy. II rui nr la da) In auyar rsiaU'l, UbUt form aa wall aa la tit lljuld. Hold by medJdaa) atira r trial ixi ly man n Mtaipi 'I rj etnia in aiaApa. t)M KUmUOi I-.ri.M f (Ul.l.r. Ul, In a iil UtUr to Dr. PUrta taldt 1 wt cnmfrWui l'ki(lwnffjltalti,waM)iiflliMtDaJIvrmrU)aA4uvfrarTM;tiatle'ildacraia If ar" ulja iii, Ixjt I I'l tla"! frluM tarrtarjuwtoia'JLMaetjrarftrlr!'Urc'a r4r1UMj. I Kara tFr h an tjlit Ut full a hrtUUn tibaa am In aacabaat baaltb, Ilr. PlarcVa I-laaaant lallta raaalata 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. — 7 February 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR v V?' i y. P FOR FRENCH FRUIT PUDDING Delicacy Contains tha Usual Ingredi ent, and li Alio Excellent When Re-Steamed. Materials nutter, one-third cup: chopped suet, one cup; molasses, one cup; milk, one cup; soda, ono tea spoonful; cinnamon, one-halt tea spoon; salt, onohalf teaspoon: raisins, one-half cup; currants, three fourths cup; citron, one-fourth cup; wholo wheat flour, two and ono fourth cups. Directions Add tho molasses and milk to tho buttor and suot with tho Hour, salt, soda and splco sifted well together In n mixing bowl. Add tho fruit, mix and turn Into a but tered mold and steam slowly threo or moro hours. This keeps woll and Is nil tho better rc-stenmed. Serve with lemon or any kind of fruit snuco. WHEN FRYING PAN IS USED Test for Proper Temperature Take Care to Prevent the Food Absorb ing the Fat For uncooked articles, fritters, doughnuts, etc., tho fat should bo hot enough to brown a bit of bread In 40 seconds. For cooked articles, fritters, cro ...

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. — 7 February 1914

TULSA, O K L A., STAR THE TULSA STAR Printingand Publsh'mg CO. Published Every S.iturdty .it 501 North Greenwood Street. IClt-iriil i hijmI slm mill'ir April Oklahoma, iimliir tliu Aut nf M.iroli :), 1871). A. J. SM1THERMAN H, R. GRAHAM Mrs. 0. B. Smithernwn KUUSCItll'TIO.V On ar tllx Month Tliritn Month Japan won a point in the U. S. Congress this week. Civiliza tion grows, it seems. o The Negroes of Oklahoma should send a committee to wait upon the Governor and demand the protection of the la'.'. o The Mexican revolution is ahout to become an international af fair, with the U. S. in the lead for honors. o Candidates for the municipal plums arc busy "announcing." Meanwhile the common fellows are trying to decide who is really the best man. The meeting of the State League here next month will be a big thing. The citizens of Tulsa, the colored citizens, will entertain the body. 0 The Star is the most popular colored weekly in the state, but its popularity is not by any means confined...

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. — 7 February 1914

T V X S 'V T M O , 'V R 'I n i r News Around the City0kmulseeNews J. S. KIRBY, City Circulator RliSll)KNCJ,-215 li.Cmm.roii Mr Win Witlknr, of tho rural dU trict, was in tlio city Friday. Mrs .Marry Tvner, nf Verdieiis is visit in! Iicr father .1 S Kirliy of this city Mr. Wm. Mnriin, and hi son in law of AUunn, wore visitors in tin cit S nday. Mr Will Gray on, of Talahnwe, Okln., is visiting Mrs. (-handler, n Ni rth I'rankfnrt. Misi Myrtle Timer, 15' (i South lluiililir, cnti'rfi'ncd a nunilu'r of friend- last Frid'iy night. Mr Inciter .Meltnffin. was rwoip 1 cut hy his "lover" Alice I''kI'sIi on Ginanwood St. Wed night. Mis Daisy lloldman, oe th'w city is HDPiiiliiiL' a few days at MrAles tor vtsitin;' n'l'itives and friends Mrs Johnon,of North Detroit, moduli flvins trip In Clatennre. Okln., Si-ndav ovnmiiB; rctununji Monday morning The Home Mis-sirn Rnr-ir-ty held n succesul meetin Tuesday tdi'lit at the First Baptist Church with a large ntt ndance. A Pi'tol Duel between A C Chy ...

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. — 7 February 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR SOUND SLEEP GOOD APPETITE Lady Tells of Great Benefit Women Would Receive by Following Her Example. Ilenfroe, Ala. "I wont to make a Hnteracnt for publication," says Mrs. Olllo Owciih, of this plnco, "aa It may bo tho means of rcllovlne soma poor, buffering woman. I suffered terribly for years with many serious womanly troubles, and beenmo bo weak and nervous, I could hardly do anything. I had headaches, pains In my back and sides, nnd was always going to tho doctor, but nover Xolt well. Finally, my husband bought mo two bottles of Cnrdul, tho woman's tonic 1 commenced taking It, nccordlr.s to directions, nnd began feeling better. I am now on my eighth bottlo, and feel better than I havo In years. I deep soundly, hnvo n good nppetlto, nnd no moro pains. I never got tired of telling what your mcdlclno has dono for mo, nnd I nm euro It will help other suffering women, ns It did mo. Cardul, tho womnu's tonic, and Thcdford's lllnck-Prnught llvor medi cine, aro tho onl...

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. — 7 February 1914

wil TULSA, OKLA., STAR te- h. r- Economy Drug Store Dealers in Fresh Drugs, Toilet Articles, Fcrfumes, and Other Sundries. Cold Drinks and Ice Cream a Specialty, DR. A. F. BRYANT, Prop. o8 N. GREENWOOD ST. TULSA, OKLAi , The Bell Cafe For Nice Things to Eat We Lead and Other Follow. Meals and Short Orders. Courteous Treatment and Prompt Service to All, MRS. SUSIE BELL, PROP. 101 N. GREENWOOD ST. TULSA. OKLA. Sk BOSTON- CAFE REGULAR MEALS, 35 CENTS. Short Orders at All Hours. The Best Place to Eat on Boston Street, ao S. BOSTON. 1 TULSA, OKLA. FOR REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INVESTMENTS PHONE 3388. SEE J. B. STRADFORO. 301 N. GREENWOOD Directory of the Ministerial Alliance TULSA, OKLAHOMA, 1913. Rev. C. L. Netherland, Pres., Res. 806 E. Archer. Phone 1864. Rev. J. F. Kcrsh, Vice-Pres., Res. East Archer and Jackson. Rev. H. G. Griffin, Treasurer, Res. 307 North Frankford. Rev. T. J. Jones, Chaplain, Res. 509 N. Greenwood Ave. Rev. F. K. White, Critic of Outlines, Res. 313 Extcr. Ju. A. Joh...

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. — 7 February 1914

ANNIVERSARY SERVICES WILL T7UI l'LCI T FIKST BAPTIST CEUROH riTI.MA.OK A. CIjc jftyst J3itntJtjrsnii of tijc $nstov RIGV. J. h KIBSJ T. D. D. Will be celebrated by the Members of 1st Baptist Church Beginning ffucadaq, fab. 10 to feb. 16, tylt The business and professional nun, as well its the Church people, aiw invited to MUiid tiuu Services, and express what service our P.ist-.r h; 8 been to the business and profennal world in Tulsa for the past year. Kvnryhndy N invilril tn attoutl Uhmo Sn"Vi';,- o.w.U irirht. Cotnts ami look on l In) liritflit Niil uf lif.i. Tim i will l ulv.in ' ti I'X pri'HH yourself In n Hlicirt w.iy. I) i not lliilik tWnn.s yur ii.tnic dua not appear on tliu Program lli.it you nre out of it. Hjmro Will be gi v 01: rauh night, fur yim to sprnfc. ;.rint IJaptlat Chcir. -Ret. It. W. Franklin 10:30 A. M. 1'inUo Uuviee, led by Deacons Walton, Middlcton and Kelloy. 11:00 A. Nl. Lesson und Prayer Ilov. Leo McGregor Sermon How II. M. McMillan, Stato Evangelist, Colle...

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. — 14 February 1914

, " : A ' ODR SUBSCRIPTION LIST MAKES A VALOABLC MEDIUM TOR ADVERTISWO FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AMD JUSTICE t0tofi lV V HlPIO mmmma. 0w& SUCCESSOR TO Ttf ATI7Sii:0G STtf I H H H-vH H LL yMM t "rr I auwk R3 iy , , , M BH M M M M H M' lJ" iH JtT TLA W I JXvJ n-13 ii HErafm-i-aba-iP- Vol. 2, No. 17 Let Civic Annual Address Of President Stradford Delivered at the Annual Stockholders Meeting of the Oklahoma Realty and Investment Company Ladles and Gentlemen and Mombois ot tho Corporation: It gives mo groat plcasuro to havo tho opportunity to nddress you this evening on a eubject which I think Is of the most Importanco to our raco. I havo selected for my subject t ho Ok lahoma ncnlty n ml Investment Co.. to discuss It under four heads: First, Organization; second, Purposo; third, Growth; fouith, Duty. Organization, and In my fecblo way I shall endeavor In 1912 a fow ot our leading citizens of Tulsa, believing tho tlmo had come when they could bo of great bonoflt to our race, ont onl...

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. — 14 February 1914

TULSA. OKLA, STAR at ! If cross, feverish, constipated, give "California Syrup of Figs" A laxative today saves a i.'k ct -4 tomorrow. Children limply . t;: tike the Ume from play to ersp'.y thtZr bowels, which become closed up : vine. liTr geti sluggish, c-s.ici ior Look at the toeg-e. aaotfc. I.'-.a:-td. or roar child j UiOu. cron, ,'t trlii. breath had. reiU. do-it t eat heartily, fall of eoM or hat tor threat er aay other ehildreai lUaata. gi- i '.taoocfl of "Calif oraaa Syray i Flfl." lata do'. WOT7T. i-Wattl- U ll ;r?ctly kuml(i. aad ts i itn tH tail WMIindwi ;. hK it iw iBima; was -sia rtsdiy avert oat of ta ioi-tJf. ta- yo it i vH, aktyral chi-d trait. A thac cera tartat eMauiar" ii orai iM that It atotaiiiry. It iaoal' Vt tit in trtataxst rrT sa lsj- -& s. T-Lrt a. -aar.a ir ly-raj. Aj u tat Mart for a l-:.isi la3 c -CiXtmrxki. Syrar a. Fin. Tni iia fa3 dartcttaai Mr Watt-L. tadaartc. f aS nri uai Jar rr-rsHr;i -aUt-Jy Trtattif C tt iHO. AtT. l raaaeeea. ay. At lead at 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. — 14 February 1914

1 i TULSA, OKLA., STAR "'TWOULD BE SWEET TO DIE" Thought This Lady, While Under- going Frightful Experience, Here Told First Time. Mnn, W. Va. "There la no doubt but that ray life was Bavod by tho use of Cardul, tho woman's tonic," Bays MrB. Abblu Shackleford, of this town. "Before using Cardul, I was very bad off would have nervous and Bhaklng spells through my ontlro body, terri ble sick headaches, and would find myself casplng for breath. I often thought during thoso trying times that It would bo sweet to die. I took many different medicines and treatments, but thoy did mo no good. I cot weaker and weaker every day. Finally, I decided to try Cardul and cot two bottles. I was certainly great ly eurprlsed to noto the quick chango for tho bettor, after taking only one third of tho first bottle. Tho shaky spells and sick hcadacho have entirely dlrappearcd. Can now walk ono mllo to church and back, and not feel clrcd Cardul also proved a blessing to my oldest daughter. Everyone though...

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. — 14 February 1914

TULSA, O K L A., ST A R w . B3ivi$9HPi';i 'fI?5MI THJ HE TULSA STAR Christ hjad Negro Blood Printingand Publshing CO. Published Ever Sittirdiy at 501 North Greenwood .Street. KntqroJ u moiiliilm imttur April II. 1!II:1, at tho I'.Mt Oltioo nt TiiInii Oklahoma, undiir tlio Act of March I!, 1H7II. A Message to the Race. A. J. SM1THERMAN H. R, GRAHAM Mrs, 0. B. Smitherman HUIISCUII'I'IO.Y ItATKS On i vr bli Mouth Tliroo Month The Negroes of Oklahoma should send a committee to wait upon the Governor and demand I lie protection of the law. The Republican convention here thin wi'uic was liirjji'l.y nltuiu'ei und n number of (he dulcgnlcs ami allcrnates wi'iC coloicd'ni. n. The meeting of the State League here next month will he a big thing. The citizens of Tulsa, the colored citizens, will entertain the bod3r- I - - .sftJULfia Candidates for the municipal plums arc busy "announcing." Meanwhile the common fellows are trying to decide who' is really the best man. Have you ever stopped to th...

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. — 14 February 1914

h v x s ''v m n 'v q t n J, ..f Rev. Whites' Annual Address Continued from Page Five It is the rule that children talto the name of their father and are classed on bis side. It Is ti.Q rule In America to call bucIi children Negroes. God has apolcen groat things ot us. I's. OS: HI nnd they are coming forth ns shot out of a (,mi. X rom history ot our predecessors, we should feel proud of ourselves j. P Jad himself 1ms honored this race as no other race on earth. Let us iaue and nrovo It Is fo from facts, mid not fancies. Of this race Cod must )iao Hint " Piolats" ho proud of tlnTieaders of our race. Tho first priest that Is lecorded upon earth vvns a Caanunlte black man, In the person of Mel c czldcck. Let us-take history nnd lllblo for our proof. Of course no one l.nowo when he m hum, nor when ho died, because there were no record kept of him but that he was a Caanaulte Is pretty certain. Tlrst, because he had ii Caananltlsh name, secondly, he lived In old Caanan, a laud of black pco...

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. — 14 February 1914

HARLOW BROKE) MILLINERY WE HAVE THE MOST UP-TO-DATE AND LARG EST STOC KOF MILLINERY IN OKLAHOMA. OUR BUSINESS INCREASED 500 PER CENT OVER LAST YEAR. THE REASON IS, WE BUY THE BEST MIL LINERY. THE GAGE, STERNS AND FISK HATS ARE KNOWN ALL OVER THE COUNTRY, AND THAT WE HAVE THE BEST MILLINERY IN THE STATE. YOU WILL SAVE 1-3 TO 1-2 WHEN PURCHASING HERE. FURS FURS $75.00 Siberian Red Fox $29.98 $45.00 Red Fox XT OS 44.98 37.48 25.98 17.48 9.98 $25.00 Coney and Brown Fox O 2 .4.47 $100.00 North American Mink .... Sets $80.00 North American Mink .... Sets $60.00 North American Mink .. .. Sets $35.00 White Siberian Fox . . . . Sets $25.00 White Siberian Fox . . . . Sets $20.00 Miscellaneous Sets SENSA1 PRICE CUT $50,000 OF NEJJ! Bought direct from the factory at of shoes up to sell at less than facti at $6.98. Dry Goods, Dress Goods, HARLOW Bl Has no Competition. Having a cl ital, they can and do sell high grad er merchants can possibly do. 1-2 Dozen Spools Clark or Coats Thread 25c 200 pai...

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. — 14 February 1914

RAGE COMPANY! TIONAL TING SALE V MERCHANDISE : one-half price. Over 5;000 pairs ;tory price. 500 suits worth $15.00 s, Underwear. This Store is Always Crowded IROKERAGE :hain of stores and unlimited cap ide merchandise for less than oth- ALTERATIONS FREE! th- FIFTY MEN'S OVERCOATS $15.00 Overcoats $4-97 $20.00 Overcoats $9-97 $25.00 Overcoats $13-97 Best Brand CALICO 4c 13 yards HOPE MUSLIN $1.00 200 Bed Spreads, $1.50 value 75c 50 dozen 10c Towels 5c 35 dozen 15c Towels 7c 300 Bed Spreads, $3.00 value $1.98 Best White Oil Cloth 17c 200 dozen Ladies' Kid Gloves, Simmons brand, $1.50 value 97c 10 dozen Men's CAPS, $1, and $1.50 kind. One lot all new 25c 100 Suit Cases, $6.00 value ...... .$3.97 50'dozen MEN'S SWEATERS, in all sizes, 75c values 37c BOYS HATS, $1.25 values 50c 150 dozen Men's Work GLOVES. . 14c 20 Dozen Men's $2.50 and $3.00 Hats at only $i-97 LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR IN THE READY'T-WEAR DEPARTMENT WE ANTICIPATE THE MOST SPIRITED ACTIVITY BY OFFERING OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF 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. — 14 February 1914

1 TULSA, OKLA., STAR Mt. Zion Church Scene of Big Anniversary Celebration! Rev. Dr. White's First Annual Address as Pastor. An Appeal for Human Justice Masterful Address, Ably Responded to by ProL Harry R. Graham, of The Tulsa Star ANNUAL ADDRESS OF DR. F. K. WHITE, D. D., PASTOR MT. ZION MIS. SIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Brother Officers nml .Member:), Ladles mid Gentlemen: It Ih a Bourco of christian Joy I have Iti coming lief ore you today In the spirit of brotherly love and christian fellowship iintl host wishes to all. I am -nro you aro aware c' ho occasion In which you liavo met for the celebrf tlon of my first anniversary ns pastor of your church. This occasion Is uu important ono and is a solemn one to me as well as should bo held In your blghcst esteem, because It Is a general review of our relations work and con UtlonB ub a churcu. Having passed through twelve months labor and expo? lenco safo and able to greet each other as brethren. Wo most earnestly thank our Heavenly Father ...

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. — 14 February 1914

TULsA, OKLA., STAR IV ?--- News Around the City J. S. KIRBY, City Circulator Ri;.sii)iiNCi;,'-2l5 L Cameron Mrs Mnry Tyncr. of Verdigris, Okla., moved into her new liotno on Nonli Elgin Inst week. V It Watson nnd wife of Mus kogee were visitors in the city Wed nesday attending couit. Why have KINKY hair when "PRESTO" will make tie neces sary iirpiovenient? bee ad in this paper. Mr. E A. Loupe of this city. l-,2 E. Easton, received lie sad neV3 of the d'tith of Ids sister in-law in Spokane, Washington She died Jan 31th, 11)13 was burrid Feb 3 1911. Sunday at 3:30 p. m. two visit ing Dcconesess from Richmond Mo., will spe-ik at Wesly Chappel, M. U. Chihch, they arrived here Satuiduy. Mr. J. B. Stradford will appear and will read a papc en some current subject Hon. D. J. Wi.lla e, a wealthy citizen of Okmulgcn attended the icpublican convention heto Thurs day as a delegate from Okfusgcu Co. While here he visited the Star office and left woids of encouragement. Lawyer Wallace is always ...

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. — 14 February 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STA V DVSPEPSn E 'Tape's Diapepsin" settles sour, gassy stomachs in five minutes Time It! Yoa don't want a Blow remedy when your itomnch Is bad or an uncertain one or a harmful one your stomach li too valuable; you mustn't Injure It Paie's Diapepsin Is noted (or Its speed In giving relief, Its harmless neis; Us certain unfailing action In regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs. Us millions of cures In Indigestion, dyspoptln, gastritis and other stomach trouble has mado It famous the world oyer Keep this perfect stomach doctor In your homo keep It handy get a largo fifty-cent caso from any dealer and then If anyone should eat something which doesn't ngreo with them; If what they eat lays like lead, ferments and sours and forms gas; causes head ache, dizziness and nausea; eructa tions of acid and undigested food remember as soon as Tape's Diapepsin comes In contact with tho stomach all such distress vanishes. Us prompt ness, certainty nnd case In overcoming tho worst stom...

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. — 14 February 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR MIMTIONAL SWSfflDQL w Hy K. O, HKLl.nUH. Director of i:enlnR Dfimrliiicnt, the Moody Illtile Institute, ClllcilRO.) LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 15. CHRIST'S HATRED OF SHAMO. I,i:SSON THXT-I.tiko 11 '37-54. UOMinN Ti:XT Hi- not deceived; Cod Is not mocked." Gul. C:7. This is a strange breakfast episode (to "dlno" means literally, to break fast). Jesus accepted llirco such Invitations from the Pharisees and was accused of being a glutton and a wluo bibber. Matt. 11-19; Luke 7::!G, H9, -14. In this instance we are told plainly (v. CI) why he had been asked to this feast. At a later time, u. g., during the Pasblon week, Jesus deliv ered a special discourse against the 1'harlsccs (Matt. 113) In which he re peated many of the things we study today. Must Be Clean. I. False vs. True cleansing (vv. 37 44). Tho orthodox Jew Is very punc tilious to avoid crcmonlal unclcanll ness. In Christ's tlmo this ceremoni alism was nt Its highest development. To bo defiled was fur worse than to...

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. — 14 February 1914

K. and L. of H. Of T World. Grand Officers Directory Oraml Prolo-loi Dr. W. I I'mnphrey, I!o tST, Hi iulin tkln. Gram) PiiHt I'loiertor . M. . ury, llox 101, I-'l. Gibson, Okla. Grand Viee Protector V W x axey, Okmulgee, Oklu. Grand Secret my Rev. W. II. chanan, Wagoner, Okla. Ira ml Treasiucr Mix. M. M. iimphrev, Box IH.7, Supulpn la. Grand (..'liaplain ('. W. Henry S N. Greenwood. Ttil.sa, Okla. (Jraud Guide-Mi. Uliauie Smith, Wagoner, Okla. Uraml Guardian Mrs. Alice Smith C54 Ho. Main St., .Muskogee, Oklahoma. Grand SenlimJ -J. W. Grillitli, Hox li-'ti, Deitew, Okla. Grand See.-TrcaH. of Endow ment H. T. Hut toil, Hox 47S, Ha pulpa, Okla. Grand Medical Ucginter Dr. G. W. Hiiyncn, Hox U31, Wagoner. Okla. Grind Matron- Mrs. H. Wil llamH. aiO N . rankfort, Tulsa, Okla . Grand Lecturer Itcv. .T W, Kldd, TulHa, Okla. Grand Trustees Hev. A. Tur tier, Hox KM, Okmulgee; Ilev K. I). Williams, Hapiilpa, and Mrs. F. P. Alexander, agoner. Grand Attorney Freeman L. Martin, Tulsa, Okla. Grand ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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