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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 30 May 1913

t?A lift set Tut hi Vol. 1, No. 31 New Business Man And His Michigan Bride Banqueted "Will Open Big Store Monday A social precedent was establis lied in Tulsa Monday night when Mr and Mrs. O W Guiley served a banquet after a formal icception in honor of Mr. and Mrs. R D. Tahorn, ncwlyvveds, who had just terminated their honey-moon trip from Kalamazoo, Mich., where Mr. Tahorn went to claim his young bride, and bring her to this city, which stands out. even in far away Michigan, as the bea con light of commercial prosper ity in Oklahoma. . Mr. Tahorn has- rented the south room in the Gurley Dldg where next Monday he expects to open a big dry goods and clothing and .shoe store which will be the only store of its kind conducted by colored people in Tulsa, and it was for the pur pose of introducing the bride and groom and at the same time wel coming them to this city that the reception and banquet was givui them A product of Tuckegec, a Epidemic of Imoral ity Treating res pectable homes ...

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. — 30 May 1913

A THE TULSA STAR Pnntingnnd Publishing CO. Published Every Friday at 501 North Greenwood Street. Kiilnpid as iuciii'I cI.ixh initlur April II. lOI.'l, .it thu IW Office sit Tulwi UldjIiuiiM, under tint Act nl March .", I87U. j J.HMII1IKH.MAN KIH.OK A. (iKNWI.M, Mdll, HU)lNluf MCJH Commission Furniture Co, Pnone 3357 H5 NORTH MAIN 3357 if 1-urn tnre W.. Unv At.d .Sell All Kind- Onlv Kxihi-ue Second Ham. Furniture In Town. The Store F, J, Vann SUIISCItllM'lO.V ItATItb (Juu J oar rili Mi mi til Three Mont li $1.00 .CO .85 llnvc you visited the rending room? a A Uiosl for Tnlsn Is n boost for .vour business. o Tulsa i the busiest city in the state and of cotirio the best Lett we forget, what about the playground for the colored chil dren of Tulsa? o Ttilia affords splendid business chances for wide-awake color id business men in almost any line. Come anil lok the field over and be convinced. o Among those who subscribed for the Tulsa Star this week ap peared the name of Hon. !'. .M. Woo...

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. — 30 May 1913

Greater Tulsa Greatest BARGIN HOUSE The Reliable Department Store fctf?f r E! M ij- l,'H 1 ; k The Greatest Money Saving Opportunity ever before the public of Tulsa and vicinity in the way of cut prices will begin tomorrow morning at Kahn's The Big First Street Store. We icceived for tomorrow Sale 500 Ladies, Missis and Children dresses, 500 Men and Hoys Suits. Summer wearing ap porcls everything must be sold regaidltss of cost Shoes, Sltppeis and Oxfords. 500 Core nt prices way below th n elsewhere. Call on us before you purchase foi we inn save you money. Don't Forget KAHN'S The Big Store. 500 Ladies Wuisis Hf C Long Kiuionas ffl 750 Corsets -lOo up, Aprons KinitmnF, Uiidciupur l'ri'sses, Scoips, Table cloth. Oil cloth, Handkerchiefs, Linen luces, Scorps, Hair nets, Gloves, Corset covers. Ladies vets, Gingham napkins, TowcK Buttons, Ftnbroidcrics, Bed spreads in fact everything must be sold; Come cur y, Come often, Ootno again, it means dollars to you. We pay train fare to out 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. — 30 May 1913

A-9 Church Directory Wesley Chapel M. E. Church Cor. Kuntoii Hinl Krtthfcforl Ht. Huiitlny Horvli'iM Humlay Hcliool at 0:30 A. M. PrcnchliiK nt 11:00 A.M. Junior UK"' "s0 '-M' i'roacliliiK ):00 1'. M. Mnmlty iil;lit OBIpIiiI " , ,, Tuomlay at 3:30 P. M. UdleH HjwIiii; Clrclo. WoUni-Milay nlgni, iiimiiu .miiwihmi Thursday nlftht, l'r..yiT A CIiikh Mooting. Itv. T. J. Jonkh, I'. 0. riSUT BAPTI8T OH UK 0 11 Hnmlii) Horvloi-M I'roaoliliiK nvury Minday 11.00 a.m. and H.00 p. in. Sunday Kclmol 0.30 II. Y. 1 U. at (I UO . in. WrrMy SorvU-im Cliolr prautlcu ncli Tui'Hd.iy "K ' Prayurini'utliiKuvery Wi'd. hIkM. V. II. A K. Clrcln mrry Tui'mLiy at 2:00 p. in. Clmrcli IhihIih-mh iiiimjIIiji; Friday nlitlit liofoni Urn HrMl Kundiy in oarli iiiiintli. Rev. Khkj.II, Pastor ho Star ('loiinii)R Parlors is t!io place to g.st. a pjrfect fit and will guaru.itco satisfaction in goods, workmanship and prices. Wo have 50 patterns of goods for $15.00 for a two piece suit which cannot Ixj beat in the city....

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 June 1913

fill S A STAR V P4 Vol. 1, No ,U S A PULP A PHYSIC IAN MAKING GOOD Young man with a brilliant future before him Tin- aboxe i- me lii.iness ui Dr. N . B. illllllllllH-X. Ill Sin.nl!.. Uklk.ihonm. Dr. If umpliiej. is the standuid Ikmh'I- ol ihu Knight Mini Ladies ui" Honor of the World. jiiriMlinii.n ol" Oklahoma. Oiie,)eai ago, this .xoiing nam ae icptcd tin- position .! (ii.unl I'io lector. At that time the member ship ol the stale was vcr.x small ami the xerx iile seemed'. sapicd mi I (if tlie older, thioiigh I rami, bad management and abused am fiduiie. The (ii.uid Lodge will meet in Wagoner, Wiitx UI "i and it is theie that lull, lilly dele g.iles will be present and the work nicomplished Ihioiigh tliis gteul leader will be heailih accepted. Dining the jtitsl ynr 111.1113 iiheful ladies and gentlemen have Ihmu .Mtachcd to the order, laxx.xers, doctors, minisicis, teachers 'and a gieat number of piominciit I'armei.s. No older in the state li.is giown with such rapid pace as the Kn...

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 June 1913

THE TULSA STAR. A. J. SMITHERMAN, Pub. 1UL3A, . OKLAHOMA HELP FOR THE MORTGAGER 6atlsfnctory Method of Borrowing Money Which Is Retorted To by 8wl8 Farmers. Hwlss farmers And It comparative 1 caiy lo borrow tnnticy (if tin- mort gngn banks which exist In ninny of tlu cnnlmiH. I'anii mid I Ioiiik remarks llio rlilt f advantage) He cured by tin1 farmer In plncliiK n inortKnRii with tlio rniitniuil nr statu mortgage banks U tlm' lie escapes tlm nccesslt) of re p.i)lng the principal of IiIh iimrtgngn In n single. pn)inent, mid I10 In prnctl rally relieved from tlm danger of foreclosure 1h Interest rato charged by tlm cantonal mortgage batikH Ih about tlm n mo aH that collected by othur banks Tor Instance, a farmer wishes to rnlm a loan of $111,000 on IiIh property Me neriiros the mime) form tlm cantonal bank aH per cent He could iiroli nbt) do nn well for himself If ho went to the private Kiiiroes, but here Ih where (he cnnlomil hanks heli him out If he went to a private hank to borrow ...

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 June 1913

-r "f""riiK I e.S The Tulsa Star, Friday, June 13, 1913. " Directory of the Ministerial. Alliance TULSA, OKLAHOMA, kjij. Kc C L. Nethcrland, l'res, Ues. S06 E. Archer. Phone i86. Re J F. Kersh, Yice-Pres., Res. East Archer and Jackson, Rev II. It. GriflTm, Trcasincr, Res. 307 North Frankford. Re T J. Jones, Chaplain, Res. 509 N Giceuwood Ave. Rex F K. White, Critic of Outlines Res. 313 lister. Jas A Johnson, Secretary, Re 305 N. Greenwood Phone 2.8i. WERE ALL ONE TO HIM The Anderson Grocery iV- & tORACE CREELEY NOT PARTICU LAR A3 TO FOODS HE ATE. We arc dealers in first-class line of Groceries and Mark'ct ,, x Meats. Wc cater to our customers. We give Special Attention to r.ll Orders and Deliver Promptly. Try Us when you Order again. Y The Kindall Drug Co. IF YOU WANT THE BEST WE HAVE IT. Conic in and inspect our line of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Notions, Etc. Our several yean of unfaltering service to the public assures you of courteous tieatiuent and good service when you visit...

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 June 1913

ANKRUPT SALE '1 B THE W. A. BRO CO. . itow titen-ooo.otfit HAD BEFN aV? nStwnW,T0CK 0F IIIGH GRADE SHOES AND CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS. THAT COURTTnHrn??cT,mMSS TlIAN NINE MONTHS BLFORE TilEIR FAILURE WAS SOLD BY U. S. FEDERAL BEST PUIJTTTac Sc Txlr- PJ?hR F0R CASH- WE SECURED THE STOCK AT Goo ON THE DOLLAR. ONE OF THE MAIN STREET STORE HAVE EVER MADE. WE WILL CONDUCT A TEN DAYS' SALE AT OUR 20. SOUTH SALE BEGINS SATURDAY AND LASTS TEN DAYS lAII Shoes worth $6.00 will he sold at $3.98. Shoes worth $5.00 will he sold at $3.98. Shoes worth $4.00 will be sold at $2.98. Shoes worth $3.50 will be sold at $2.48. , , . . . Shes worth $2.50 will be sold at $1.75. .ul-.t , shcs. small sii-Mtturth fro,,, 50 to .;o will la- sold 'i, " cv", t s 1 liiMn-n's and Misses1 Slmcs at less' than" facturv cimi.' CLOTHING. ,r s""- I'.lue Scr-c. Xnrfiilk. that will sell in aiiv clolhini; s'mi 1 i..r SJ5.1M), will close tlieni out at 011K . S 1 .1 .t S v e !ue kx Suits (,iv: , Tans .uid'l'.rowiis, Ver'...

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 June 1913

iHE TULSA STAR Printingand Publishing CO. Published Every Friday :it 501 North Greenwood Street. Kuloreil as sucmiil ol 114 nutter April II. 11)1:1, ;il tho I'mt OITigii at Tills:! t)UI iliiiint, under thti Act nf Murcli .'!, I87!l. V .1 rtMU'llKU.MA.N It M w.yI.I.acK, Khl.llll .V flKXir. (At. Mil HI JMINK-J Mlll suiii'uii'rio.v katks Unu xt'.ir bii Miuitli Tliicu Mont li $1.00 .CO .35 Thr present century luix produced astrological geniuses, plncuolo gists, cranks ami airmen, lint no man lias liwii found who is fool enough to try to keep up with fashion for women's dress. o The Tulsa delegates and visitors to tho National Sunday School Congiess at Muskogee lasl week wen; the only delegates there weal ing budget advertising their home town. Tills, just will lead. Now that the reading room is established let us have mole readers for it. It is all free. Kvory Im- ami girl in the Hast 1-hid should avail themselves of this opportunity (o acquire knowledge. . o The Star should be lead in ...

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 June 1913

The Tulsa Star, Friday, June 13, irji3. ihfc MAN IN THE ION Again Witnessed a Scene Which Probably Is Old as Himself. DY GEORGE MUN30N. "I inn sorry, .Miss .Mnrston. that you havo decided to sover your connection with thU observatory," said l'rofcssor Hlytlio, rathur sternly. "Hut at our ugu I can understand that tho Isolntlon of llfo in thuso parts Is not wholly congenial. In fact, If I may bo per mitted to Buy bo, I havo often won dorcd that you could emluru a year In such a town as Kmerald. You wish to get hack to thu world of mon or I beg your pardon, .Miss Mnrston. I didn't mean It In that sense." Dospltu his llvo and forty years tho Professor fairly quailed bctoru tho young woman nt the recollection of lila faux pas. Tho Professor was as exact ub tho charts ho drew, and boiiiu said that his heart Has as dry. Hut any old bachelor at forty llvu Is apt to bo that way. "I muan, Miss .Mnrston, that nt your ngo ono naturally desires congenial so clety." "It Isn't that, Professor," 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 June 1913

(ft The Tulsa Star, Friday, June 13, 1913. PROPER CARE OF CUT GLASS f Treated With Proper Consldrrttlon Glassware Should Last for Many Years. When Klasswaro la treated with con sideration It vUll nst for 0 generation, out m tho hands of a cnrelcns maid Its jjeauty Is toon marred by cracks or broken edges. When a fow simple Precautions aro followed Its brilliancy nnd (lawless surface will remain for yenrs In a slato of preservation. Tepid water, tho best castllo or otli- Pure soap, and a stiff brush aro tno first essentials. After washing nnd rinsing placo tho cut glass In boxwood sawdust. This will absorb tho molstiiro In tho cutting. Next remove- tho sawdust from tho plain u.,tUH wim Bort cI(jtn y fo, lowing theso directions tho original clearness and sparklo of tho glass will e maintained. Shot should not bo used In carafes, cruets, toilet and similar nrtlcles. It s very apt to scratch tho glass, and tmis mar Its beauty. Prosaic potato peelings nro thu best aids. Let them remain 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. — 13 June 1913

'M7,;',' Great Bargains For Saturday ffiW ATTim rir STORE jk TRADERS. lOMi: KI.MM.IM.D I MM s mil .ilnnis nii'iili lil.i in ill 1 1 -- I III nuil.C. Il ln .in- 'Hit ' cl t if mi Mini remit i el li ' TuIni's pllt'hlll J l ii ti t - It 111,11 lie nil Imh lillil in , ii p.ui Ini ml mill tin i-st ii lie In el fiti, iiiui inn i i ii1 III llllll'l flltM 111' OlIIlK ' I iml. II N 'iik in p i KM' JKAVY mi low m-udi "I Hi inc TAIK p. E? !i In ill' some pucking i mi ,71111 simiil up with 'MM.- voiir I'.ws mid It'll tin1 I'l li i i )ll lllltt llllll'll IIIOllCV il l ,o low fiii1 llii'it IMJ.U! iihii'xi Theie are itlwi iiiiiii, yi.iili ni bnmpniiinl Iiii-iI. Wc hut milt ju t c JoihIm timl hi." make Hit- times us nv us we i mi. We iiiu liere I" jsln.v mill ue (In nut mm in lei n xlnlin 1 1, lend iin inln it Ions mill ul us out nf Inisiiii'UN. e fjivc Hi (iiiiiccH tu llic pound. We can ImjI eiiiuiK'le with lliose tho pie shot I eights. Siiine incrt'luiuls lime jjollen wry ucnlllij In ml xlsrtiKii...

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. — 11 July 1913

TAR n SUCCESSOR TO THE MUSKOGE. STAkj I. Vol. 1, No. 36 TULJLA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, Jl'ulv 11, 1913 Subset lption $1.00 Par Your THF TULSA f School Muddle at Supulka. r-. r Attempt at Politics in School The Tulsa Star Correspondent Was On Ground and Pxpnsi-s The Game The 8APPLPA, OKLA., .lul.v !l. Tpesduy night ill- the past' week will ulways be i-eincinbered by the better element of the colored lit izeiw of thin eity. .Manv lnuie.it- hearted persons who hud nothing iu their minds but to get results thut would keep devehipiiient up ermost iu the liiiuiln of youthful hearts to enuble them to lie equal to life'n battle. Hut low and lie hold, a little bund of clickers had met and forniulated a plan to make u poor innocent lady who hud never been discussed, or the least objection to her service (lie pust term had been questioned, was made the beast of prey. AH kinds of utteinpls were made to railroad things to suit the clickers, but the table had to hold every motion that came before the ...

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. — 11 July 1913

IIT :t TULSA, OKLA., STAR COIITIES II mm HUT SPAG E AT STATE Fill! FAIR Can Caddo comity hold first placo at tho 1913 Oklahoma State Kalr and Imposition. Oklahoma City, September 23 to October ? "Wo can!" Is tho answer that comes from Frank Thrall and others ho weru IrmtriiUK ulril In capturing tho coveted cup and tho first prize money of $200 Inst jenr. "Wo don't know iihout that!" comes tho cry from a dozen other coun ties In iiiiInoii And. In tho meantime, entries nre being made every day for ap.ue, ((, Mint; to word that comes from I S Muhan, secretary of tho Htnto Fair at Oklahoma City Hushed v. llh their Uttory of 1013, tho people of Caddo county were tho first to make uti entry this year. Comanchlo county, winner of tho Bcciind prize hi I year, Is already on tho list for 1913, whllo I'ottawalomlo Is confident of t. pplng out of third place Noble county won tho cu(T in WORKS ON SCHEDULE WOMAN'S EXCELLENT ARRANGE MENT FOR THE "DOG DAYS." ssr,"3?rT5 !l Ul,i ill n . . I -fS " Ifl...

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. — 11 July 1913

TULSA, OKLA,, STAR ill STARTING IN POULTRY .Secure Foundation Is Certain to Be Successful. Agricultural Colleges Have Done Much to Teach New Aspirants Right Paths Practical Expe rience Is Good. A poultry farm built upon a sccuro foundation Is euro to bo successful It afterwards properly managed. It Is not only necessary to make the right kind of start, but the work must bo regularly and faithfully performed, day In and day out. As a rulo, beginners start with great enthusiasm, and not n few build air castles but to very many of them tho sameness of tho work, the closd application, tho constant watching, aoon becomes monotonous, and then there Is a shirking of duty, neglect, carelessness and the enterprise be comes a failure. Tho point Is to be gin small measure tho size of tho In itial step with tho amount of capital and experience at hand. It Is often the case that men with piore or less available capital practi cally put all their money In houses and stocks. This Is a mistake, say...

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. — 11 July 1913

TULSA, O K L A.. STAR THE TULSA STAR Pnntingand Publishing CO. Published Eveiy Friday at 501 North Greenwood Street. I'utoiuil in suooiul 1.1 lis in tttM- April II. IUI i, at tliu l'ot Ollli'o at '1iiI-ii Okuliuuia, iiinlur tliu Act of .MuilIi .1, 18711 A J. SMI I UKHM AN w li uaH I i.l li.li! Ton A- OluiKHAI. MWK. lii;lNl, MOM - V bUllalSltll'riU.V KA'lhS Olio joar bii Month 'I Into .M uulli SJI.OO .(A) I'ut il in llie Hliif w mil column for ipiick lesults. (i ' II tbc Salvation Ainiv wantc 1" m've il"' vwnthv tior uuloinobih (Miliiik'h, iii in cic, tin editor nl the 'I'ulsn Sim should mine in loi ii good shine. The ullheis ol tins cil.v could do lar nunc lowaid keeping u clean town il mveii 1 1 - IhmiIj suppoit of Ihe people No olmcr ran ilo liit. lull dun HiM-sMid li. tin i iticiis. Hi- is a miuiII man who wvvcIIh up and explodes when pic-entid n lull which In hu inclined ol liN own olilinn. Kindly tciiieinhcr, dear Mieild, we have lulls In nieel mnl we dcend on tolleelinj; lioin...

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. — 11 July 1913

TULSA, O K L A., STAR u P-V. l tlllHlM lu Just i.S pm o 0 o o 40 WHAT THE NEW MINING LAW MEANS The lnt legislature pasctl n new mining law, or rather, collected and rcied the olil laws in cfTect in Oklahoma. Among other provisions of the new law is one prohibiting miners from shooting oiT the solid and that the coal, before it is shot shall be undercut. These provisions of the new law are contained in Sec tion 18 of the law and a petition has been filed with the state asking that this section shall be submitted to the voters of the Mate August 5th, for adoption or re jection. The advocates of the law assert that its passage will seive to prevent the vi(t w tc of human life in the coal mines, and that it will also result in eventually cheapening the price of coal to the consumers of the state. Roth these results are earnestly to be wished and every voter should jwst himself on the arguments urged in support of these claims. To a person unfamiliar with the mining region it seems incre...

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. — 11 July 1913

TULSA, OKLA, STAR Vv GRFATEST ATHLETIC MEET EVER HELD IN AMERICA wjwS-' JIEfXi. '"' y JnK ViiJKBBfilSHBIB. JfcLIOBBI(EK?iJSSifei The Anderson Grocery We are dealers in first-class line of Groceries and Market Meats. We cater to our customers. We give Special Attention to all Orders and Deliver Promptly. Try Us when you Order again. C. L. ANDERSON, Proprietor aaaaa3wama8aaEffi Ton thousand boja of the public schools of Niw orlc recently took part In a scries of athletic contCBts In Ontrnl park It wan tlio largest assemblage of school boys ever gathored together for such n purpose 3ai N. GREENWOOD 8T. Uncle Ben's Loan Office 103 SOUTH BOSTON. v Money to Loan on Anything of Value. Uncle Ben is tha poor man's friend. Wc carry a Sample Line of Good Shoes, . a Sample Line of Tailor-Made Misfit Clothing. We have Big Bargains in everything in our store. When you need a friend, come and sec "Uncle Ben." For Sale JOURNEY IN MEXICO BUY TIMARCHUS SILVER COIN Experience of American Couple at Han...

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. — 11 July 1913

TULSA, O K L A., STAR Siammm.tuiumm u I DONT TAKE CALOMEL FOR LIVER TROUBLE! lave Yaa Hearjef ta NewCeutfpalion RcotJ 'horn Hot Sariai, Arkaaiat, Ibat Taoi- aaaJi an Jojfullj Pralilnf? fust go to your druggist to-day; say I Swant a 25 cent box of HOT BPniNQS MVEIt BUTTONS ; ubo them as directed and soon all your it&mach, liver and bowel troubles will ba'ovcr. tTbe great physicians In Hot Springs prescrlbo them for constipation, slug gish liver, indigestion, sick headache, dlizlneas, blotchy and sallow skin and they certainly aro fine. Tako safe, gontle, blissful HOT BRRINQS LIVER DUTTONS for a w$ek. They will tone up tho liver thoroughly, cleanso tho bowels of poisonous accumulations and make yoji cat better, sleep better, work bet jrhey are great for nervousness and tf a body tonic. Postal brings free ample from Hot Springs, Ark. 4 . American golf sticks tho best In the world. The Ht Hot W-atb- Toale OROVrs TASTELESS chill TONIC nrlchM fa blood and butlda up tho whoU lyiUm. aad...

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. — 11 July 1913

TAT' ?rvtt)t TRADERS. i w2n jr r - DO You R-ad The S I AK-' U we fca .il i- "'" rnmee&onr v ifi irr. O.- Ti.viiMf i in- i i - 7 r. ',11 ft '111.! i Pr" y ftl 'I . i j j i i (' rl :i. fcty fewy row I I l-l Pi M' " Sl.OO PER YERR Sl.OO 'rrf 7.:. . ai f to.- ci f ',G-fc ft of iar-i f '" -" -l ftVe3 t5 i. " '-- rr I; a Burcteaati.sn-- -fcn. Suiif t"" l '' "" x- ?3Vc 4 ttK f r -' iiiJ ., i4 lift, for 5oc Si4 .jt!3' S;' W: can not - " ' T sAKt Of- MIKK - J-xri yf CrtiT VXnp'iUtLti ' -' LCAE i. l-t ui s r .-. TTiey wiH rand up &-! " judCOJiTIM.h to I th '; We have nvtr fctfcn i.-il ' Jd8t. W if aWi t. p we yw. Vc do not JDt-i j tfce rich. Wc orl .i 'bole ZCXMfe to th IrtJ mon,- to triit)nu to rnd wiih i ton? ai v ll thsm njrht and , sse them moiuv. U osu, m.ney to fjfcLIVfcfc ifA!.- j vc $Avt tbh jxpcnK. Lct XhtrH (t 3i'f. ttt&i pay vav ' if 7 do not tav.- frm mony wc do not i yar trade. If yo uare not atM"il vc will pay back. or money. Wc have the larc.t caih ro- rery ami emat...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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