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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 4 April 1914

Titt fi( ,Sjrs 5 ' f"00 JS MIM OfK"" r A FEARLESS EXPONENT OUR SUBSCRIPTION LIST MAKES A OF RIGHT VALUABLE ahu MEDIUM TOR ADVERTISEtO V m 0 i'i SUCCESSOR TO THE MUSKOGEE STAR Vol. 2, No 24 Are You For a Greater One Hundred Men Lynched Negro Woman At Wagoner Second Colored Woman Victim of Mob Violence - Dozen Men or More, Since Statehood And Yet, Although These Mobs Go Un masked, Not A Single Man Has Been Punished! Why Shouldn't Megroes of This State Arm Themselves to Uphold The Law ? Ono hundred white men stormed the county all nt. Wagoner, Oklahoma, Tuesday morning and after over powering the Jailer took Mario Scott, a negro women, and lynched her al most in tho heart of the town. The woman was charged with tho murder of Lemuel Peace, a white man, who it is claimed sho cut to death Sunday night. A newspaper dispatch from Wagoner reports tho incident as follows: "A mob went to the Jail boforo day light and aroused tho Jailer, they cov ered him with a gun, took his keys and opened th...

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 April 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR i DRINK LOTS OF WATER TO FLUSH THE KIDNEYS AN EASY MATTER DOES ALL OF HER OWN WORK And is Glad to Do So, as She Was Denied this Privilege For Two Years. Wclimond, Ky. Mrs. N. V. Wlllla, of thla place, says: "I suffered for over thrco years with womanly troubto, nnd tried many ditto rent treatmentn, hut iiono of tliom scorned to do mo any cood. I had almost given up to die, when n friend of initio begged ino to try Cnrdul, tho woman's tonic. I got n bottle, nnd began to fool n great deal better after tho first few doses. I then got four bottles, nnd nftcr tak ing theso I was cured. I don't know what n fcmnlo pain Is now, do nil of my work, eat nnythlng I want, nnd fool llko n 10 year old girl. I never expect to bo without Cnrdul In my liouso ns long ns I llvo, ns I firmly ballevo It saved my life, nnd I will prnlso It to nil of my Buffering lady friends." C'ardul Is n puroly vegetable, remedy, containing no harmful mineral prod ucts. Its Ingredients net In n helpin...

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 April 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR MlMTlOM. SDNMfSGBtt Lessor (By E. O. SELI-nUS, Director of Evening Department, The Moody Ulble Instltuto, Chicago.) LESSON FOR APRIL 5 CHRIST'S TABLE TALK. LESSON TEXT-I.ufco H:7-21. GOLDEN TEXT "Evoryono that exalt eth himself ehnlt he lmmblcdi and ho that humblcth himself shall bo exalted." Luka Kill. This lesson Is connected directly with that of two weeks ngo, tho events occurring In tho houso of tho "chief Pharisee," H:l. , I. An Honorable Promotion, vv. 7-11. Tho spirit of humility hero empha sized by Jesus Is not that of com mending tho man who piously, osten tatiously, takes tho low seat, and then Is angry If ho Is not promoted; tho man who Bays "no" nnd Is angry If ho Is taken nt his word. Thcso words lire not only to bo applied literally hut liavo a wld a scope and cmhraco all tho followers of Christ In every walk of life. Tho sincere evldenco of this spirit Is proof of tho nearness of tho Ulsclpto to tho life of his Lord; sco foil. 2:3, G. 7 nnd Matt. 1...

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 April 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR THE TULSA STAR Printingand Publshing CO. Published Every Saturday at 501 North Greenwood Street. Uitirjl i SMiilolm inittor OLUIionu, imiliir tho Aot of March 3, A. J. SM1THERMAN H, R, GRAHAM Mrs, 0. B, Smiierman SUilSCIUl'TIO.V UATK On "ar H!x .Mouth Throe Month Be sure you register and vote like men. o The school situation at Okmulgee promises to bring to light some mighty bad features of the Oklahoma school law. o The East end is still suffering for want of street improve ment. What are the citizens of this community doing to bet ter conditions? o NEGROES DIVIDED. There was never a time in the political history of Tulsa when the colored voters were more divided as they stand now on the eve of election. Some are supporting democrats, some republicans, some independents and a few have pledged them selves to vole the socialist ticket. All are honest and consci entious in their diflerent political faiths and are therefore to be commended. EVANS CAFE. Th Evans Cafe ...

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 April 1914

TUL&A, U K L A., STAR GRAND EASTER SALE! USsf jfz0-k&XiEniNtBM ' EEnsHEXMraEcaBSinJSsnssrsan a ff. Ihe oig rirst csaaeajgwBgTgg?. it.'za.aKg.'Ci N P S Street Store SIT DOWN RND REHD lUiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiuMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiii! i lmimiimimmmnimsimm miiiiiimiiiiiiiiini iniiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiMiiimiiiiimiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiHiiimuiiiiiiiiiiiiii At our Big Store on Firs! Street we will begin Saturday, April 4 one of the Greatest Slashing Sales Ever Offered or heard of in this part of the counry. Beginning SATURDAY. APRIL 4 TH ? NOTE THESE PRICES, BE CAREFUL AND GET IN THE RIGHT PLACE. KAHN'S STORE IS LOCATED ON EAST FIRST STREET BETWEEN MAIN AND BOSTON. (COR NER OF ALLEY.) In order to induce you to do your trading at Kahn's the Big store, we will pay your car fare to out-of-town customers. Sale will last until Saturday night, April 11th, day before Easter Sunday. SHOES SHOES, PUMPS, SLIPPERS, OXFORDS, One, Two, Three, Four lip to Eight Straps in Ro...

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. — 4 April 1914

TULSA, OKLA,, STAR ::::::::::::::::j:::u::::::::::n:mu:::iit::ti LESSON OF HIS LIFE , By GEORGE ELMER COQD. "Out outl" "I'll Ijo glml to do It." "And Btny outl" "I'vo boon wnltiiiR for tho chnnco or n month. You nro n hard, menn tnakmnstor, Mr. Qre.cn, nnd you'll novor got another hoy to tUlclc by you ns I hnvo. I'vo only ono rogrot It's her!" nnd Nod Cnlvert turnod toward a pale-faced, ngltAtcd girl near by, who Mood trembling all over In fecr and dUtrcsB. Nod had cnllod lilmHclf "a boy." Ho was not qulto that In his stalwart ap pearance although ho wns under twenty nnd Nottlo Green was not eighteen. Thuro vnn boy and girl lovo between thorn, however. Sho had been to him n guiding star. Now It must all end, and ho wan rcckloca and delimit with tho man In whoso employ ho had been for over n year. Ills bold, Independent outbreak fair ly electrified his tuastor. Silas Orccu held n heavy whip in his liand. Ho swung It nnd himself around facing Nod, his oyea blazing. "You miserable, pbo...

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. — 4 April 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR - 0L0 KING LEOPOLD MA! IE 10 Prince Victor Nnpoleon for Six Years Was Refused the Hand of Princess Clementine Who Was Kept a Prisoner in the Palace Until Death of Aged Monarch and the Accession of Albert. qr-' Paris. An heir hnfl been born to tho olllcl.il pretender to the throno of France. The Donnpartlst party Is re joicing over tho arrival of a 'prince lmporlal, and tho mother of tho lit tle prince, whq was Princess Clemen tine of UeJglum, declares sho Is tho happiest woman In tho world. Sho lias prayed for a son, and now tho son Is born. It was n reul royal romance, that of Prince Victor Nnpoleon nnd the Bel gian princess. For six years tho two Princess Clementine. waited for each other; for old Kins Leopold, tho father of tho princess, forbade their marrlago. The more prospect of it hclpod to embitter hla last days, and even on his deathbed lie warned - his youngest daughter ngalnst tho fatal prompting of her heart and fancy. Ho reminded her, almost with his ...

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. — 4 April 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR "X GRAND HALLY AT TERLTON Tciilton, Okla , March 31 Last Sunday was a gala day in Tcrlton Tho sermon for the Lndics Homo Mission wiih pi I'acliL'd by Rev.lJrako, of Bcpgs, tho Moderator for that district An old fashioned bnskct ditinu was served with plenty of refresh ment. Tho program was furnished by tho starlight ha. ds cf Koystonc, Matron! and Tcrlton, followed by a masterly address by Prof 0. W. Woods, Jr. Mrs. J. B Harnett, tho president, deserves much credit for tho success of the event. i beHI HII The above i.N the likeness of Bob. RKcr.s, milliliter ot the Peopled Theatre, who has dune much to popularize the viimlev ille business in Tulsa. Mr. Rogers is surpassing any ol his preilesM'.s.virs in the hiisine.v here in giving his patrons high class entertainment, both in the picture features and in vaudeville. Mrs. Rogers, his wife, who, he admitH, is the life of the business, with her smiles and kindness is ever ready to note the pleasure and displeasure of...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 11 April 1914

y i m.m0 A FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT JUSTICE --n-iz -i53Ki . -Eimm-ri-m-m i: - -,--- -tjt FnT. rc: - v W IB 1 W - i niiss mVp, OUR SUBSCRIPTION LIST MAKES A VALUABLE MEDIUM TOR ADVERTISING SUCCESSOR TO THE MUSKOGEE STAR Vol. 2, No 24 TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY APRIL 11th, 1914 Subset iption $1.00 Por Vuiu- women's PoSeij for a progressive Tulsa Endorsed Tuesday Mayor Wooden Re-Elected Tuesday's Returns Shows Democratic Victory, with Wooton Leading. Tlio bitterest city campaign over put on In Tulsa came to a bend Tues day night at 7 o'clock, rcBiiltlngln the election of Frank M. Wooilen, demo crat, with a majority of 157 votes over all the other candidates in the Held, and giving a decided plurality to the entiro democratic ticket with three othor tickets In the race. This shows conclusively that the pooplo of Tulsa still liavo abiding faith and confidence In tlio head of thu democratic ticket and his associatesa s commissioners and auditor. In tlio face of thu bitter fight waged aga...

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 April 1914

TULSA, O K L A., TAR S Backache Warns You n.ickacho is one of Nature's warnings of kidney weakness. Kidney disease kilts thousands eery year Don't neglect n bad back. If your back is lame if it hurts to stoop or lift if thero is irregularity of the secretions suspect your kidneys. If you suffer head aches, dizziness and are tired, nervous and worn-out, you havo further proof. Use Doans Kidney Pills, a fine rem edy for bad backs and weak kidneys. AN OKLAHOMA CASE John T Jonti ill A I'lna Bl. l'aute Valley PkU 'I wm confined to bed for daye with kidney trouble I hed trrrllle plrn through my l k and tot d.ny and eihaualid 1 li" d tor rrorribi d It me. but n 'thi g helped me I hal a most glten up h p nln-n a In-. fcr ught me a b v I' an Kidney !).! In thr.. diva th.y r- nt- d me nn I f jr b tfm nm'l in ' w 1 1 am t n the beat of hca.lh" Get Doan'e at Any 5tor. SOc a Box DOAN'S'V.I FOSTEK-M1LUURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y. Reputation and character nro about as synonymous as tho north and south ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 11 April 1914

S TULSA, OKLA.. STAR EAGLE LOAN CO. CORNER FIRST AND BOSTON We Make Loans on Anything of Value. Lowest Rate of Intdrcst Fire Proof Vault Oklahoma Auction Furniture Company Highest Prices Paid for New and Second Hand Furniture of All Kinds. The Cheapest Place to Buy New and Second Hand Household Goods. 207 E. Second St. Phone FOR REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INVESTMENTS SEE J. B. STRADFORO. HONE 3388. 301 N. GREENWOOD Directory of the Ministerial Alliance TULSA, OKLAHOMA, 1913. Rev. C. L. Netherland, Pres., Ret. 806 E. Archer. Phone 1864, Rev. J. F. Kersh, Vice-Pre., Res. East Archer and Jackson, Rev. H. G. Griffin, Treasurer, Re. 307 North Frankford. Rev. T. J. Jones, Chaplain, Res. 509 N. Greenwood Ave, '' Rev. F. K. White, Critic of Outlines, Res. 313 Exter. Ju. A. Johnson, Secretary, Res. 305 N. Greenwood. Phono a-jSl Economy Drug Store Dealers in Fresh Drugs, Toilet Article Perfumes, and Other Sundries. Cold Drinks and Ice Cream a Specialty, DR. A. F. BRYANT, Prop. h8 N. GREENWOOD ST....

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 April 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR THE TULSA STAR Printingand Publshing CO. Pablished Every Saturday at 501 North Greenwood Street. UiHorol w Hunljlm mittjr April It. 1013, at tlio Pout OITlco at Tulsa Oktaliotn.i. iimlnr tlio Act of .March .1, 1870. A. J. SM1THERMAN H, R, GRAHAM Mrs, 0, B. Qmitherman EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Associate Editor SocietyEditor SUIiSCUU'TION KATICS On nar Hli .Mouth Thrco .Month $1.00 .CO .35 And now wc arc tojiave another election Hut we all know the results. Why worry about a campaign? , While cleaning up is in order let's get busy in the East End. Your home place can be made as clean as the finest home in TuKa and it really ought to be.. Now just see how nicely you can do the job. SOLDIERS LIFE IN HAWAII IIY ONK OK THE SOLMKKS. From boyhood I desired to mukc a soldier and I would of ti n men tion this inclinatio"n to my mother; About the most cncouiagement I received from her was a command which meant. ' Heat it with that nr.ise." As I grew in ago and knew more about the...

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 April 1914

V TUL&A. UKLA., STAR Read the Tulsa Star 1 K&LofH Grand Officers Directory GruMl 'I't-olrrltirDr. V. I: iiiiiiIiicv, I5o li17, Snpu!ia kin. Grand iMt I'mlector , M. my, Iti 101, !' I. Gibson, Okln. Urand Vice I'rolcctor XV XV. iixey, ' Ji iimlgcc, Olcla. ftccrcljuy 15uv. XV. II. cli.nian, Wagoner, Okln. (.Irand Traisuii't' Mrs. M. .M. uinplirev, I!o (I7, Sajiulpa In. (.Irand Chaplain (J. V. llcniy . IS X. CiiL-einvninl, Tulsa, Okln. (irand 0 nidi'-. Mrs. Chunk Smith, Wagonur, Okla. (irand (.iunrdian .Mrs. Alk-t Smith GDI So. Main St., Muskogee, Oklahoma Ornnd Sentinel .1- XV. Orillith, I'.ox l'-'l!, Depew, Okla. (irand SuoTitiis. of Endow ment II. T. Ilutton, Itox ITS, Sa pdlpa, Okln. Grand Medir.nl Kegister lr. G. XV. Uaynes, Io- 'J."1, Wagoner. Okln. Gia.d Matron- Mrs. II. Wil Hams, :;i() ' viankrort, Tulsa, Okln . Grnnd i.et-tiner Kev. .T XV. Kidd, Tulsa, Okln. Grand Trustees How A. Tin ner," I5ox mil, Okmulgee; Hew E. I. Willinuis, Sitpulpu, and Mrs. F. I'. Alexander, Wa...

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 April 1914

TULSA, OKLA, STAR HUSBAND SPENT EVERYTHING In an Effort to Bring Wife's Trou Lies to End, and Finally Succeeds. Myra, Ky. Mrs. Sarah nrnnham, of tills town, glvca out tlio following statement for publication: "I am 37 years of ago. nnd Buffered untold agony with womanly troubles for 11 years. For 7 years, I was all run down, and was told that I could not live. My husband spent everything ho had, but I got only temporary rellof. A merchant rccommondod Cardul, tho woman's tonic, to my husband, and ho got mo C bottlos at ono tlmo. I began taking It, and beforo tho first bottle was gono, I began to feel hotter. I took all of tho C bottlos, and I am today as sound nnd well as any woman, nnd fat nnd hearty." Such testimony as tho nbovo, which is given unsolicited, speaks for Hsolf. Can't you sco, lady rendor, that you nro doing yourself, your family, your friends, nn lnjustlco by not, nt least, trying Cardul, If you suffer from nny of tho many ailments bo common to women? Cardul Is compos...

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 April 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR fe- Wr iNlBMriONAL SMifSaiiii Lesson JJy E. O. SEM.KRH. Dlroctor of Evening Department, The Moody Bible Institute, Chicago.) LESSON FOR APRIL 12 THE JOURNEY TO EMMAUS. (Eaeter Lesion.) WESSON TKXT Luko 21:13-S. OOLDKK Ti:XT "Who Is lie that shall condemn? It If Christ Jesus that died, yea rather, that was raised from tho dead, who Is at the right hand of Ood, wlu also makulh Intercession for us." Horn. 5:31. Wo turn nsldo today to consider ns tho Easter lesson 'a woll-known event In connection with tho several appear ances of our Lord after hla resurrec tion; ono of the many lnfalllblo proofs, Acta 1:3; I Cor. 15:4. Tho narrative- of this Journey Is ono of tho most beautiful post-resurrection stories, simple, clear and of great value. It Is related, evidently, by an . cyo witness. Tho Clcopas mentioned 1b not tho son of Mary, John 19:25. Tho namo of tho second pilgrim Is but a conjecture, though wo somehow fool It was Luko himself. Tho Journey was about soven and ...

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 April 1914

Xll TULSA, OKLA., STAR Gurley Si ore Attached O. W. Ourley was sued In Juatlco't) Court lust week by J. H. Stradford on p. noto for JGO.00 and nttachmont pro ceedings was Instituted against Ills Krorcry store. Gurloy, however, rea dily furnished the necossary retainers lioud pnd continues huslnoss at thu Fnmo old stand. Gurley waB security on a noto with J. H. Koril, who left the city somo tlmo ngo after falling In the tailoring business. Ei2ii:ii&-5 -4wflnniinE Where to Vote rrpoiiict 1: llrlrk liiilldluc, at roar of Hoy'M rpstntirnnt, mi Cliirlimattl. Product 2: At garauonu .V. Moulder. Precinct 3: Central Klro wtation, on West Second street. Precinct t: -Oxford Hotel liiiililliip, Hast Third Htreet. Precinct C: --0.ikl.mit (Sarage, corner Tenth and .Main streets. Precinct 0: --Oniro of tlio County 121 cctlon Hoard, court Iioiiku. Precinct 7: Wost Sldo Grocery, on West Fifth street. I'rcclnet 8; Owen School. Precinct 0: liogers. store, Duluth st. Precinct 10: -N'nrtlistdt) Klr...

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. — 18 April 1914

r i , t " S tv ty A r A OUR SUBSCRIPTION LIST MAKES A VALUABLE MEDIUM TOR ADVERTISING; FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE v i l' ' ', '" SUCCESSOR TO THE MUSKOGEE ST '-. ...v. ' --" MratM:r- i- Vol. 2, No 25 TnesdHi Ml Be El Tills i County Republicans Read Negroes Out of Party Lauderback Applies His Steaifl Roller When Negroes Ask For Recognition Co. Covention Tlio republican County Convention held hero last Saturday to select del egates to tlio State Convention prac tically read the Negro Republicans out of tho party. Their action camo as a mirprlse In vlow of tho earlier con duct of the mooting. At tho beginning of tho meeting, E. E. Loudorbuck who presided uppolnted as a committee to select delegates, Joe McNcnl, Eugene Lorton, V. T. Iirocks, John H. Sim mons and Archie V. Jones. At this time Jones was the only roloicd man present In the convention and his ap pointment scorned to pae tho way for soveral colored delegated. Hut whn tho committee, rotlred to make up Hs report, m...

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. — 18 April 1914

TULSA, O K L A., STAR PASSING OF GAREER ONE-TIME RECALLS Strange Marriage of Aristocratic, Fire Eating Southern Abolition ist at Age of Ninety and Dora Richardson, the Thirteen-Year-Old Child of a Poor White Family, a Union ' That Caused a Siege at Clay Mansion. Loulsvlllo, Ky. It la moru tlinn ton yoars now slnco tho nnmo of Gon. Casslus M. Clay flRurcd In tlio day's tllnpntchoB from Kentucky. Wo used to rcn.l of hint In 1903 ns an old nmn wltli n tiiiRliy whlto innnu In n stnto of rIcko nt tils fmnlly mntiHlon near Itlclitnonil, Ky., with faithful rotnln ors, nrnied with jjuns, dofoiidliiK tho tfj&ajfc v . "!& m-' .. '.m ' JW ' iWV.l m . - wm 1 ' ! ' -IQUJ Gen. Casslus M. Clay. besieged Iioueo nirnlnttt nttneks by process servers and tho curious pub lic Tho nnmo Is only tccnllod to mind now by tho dispatch tho othur day nnnouncliiR tho death of Dora Klchnrd boh, tho eratwlillo child wtfo of tho ngod warrior and etntosmnn. It was ono of tin, strangest ro manccH In history, ...

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. — 18 April 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR uuaoijc J BUILDS TlTl Jsi&MrC tTtHrffegs, K $ Wrt.A.PADFOR dBJr7 rm y ii nr ua t " IK tpit-v 73' r- r-i Mr William A. rtnilforil x 111 nnswef qucMlons nnil elve ndk-rt l'llKI OK COST on nil subjects pcrtalnlnR to tlio subject of linllilltiff, for tlio renders of this paper. On mcount of his WlJo oxpcrlonco a IMItnr, Author and Manufacturer, ho la, without doubt, the hlKhest nuthorlty on all theic subjects. Address all Inquiries to William A. Ilndford, No. 1SI7 Prnlrlo avenue, Chicago, III , and only enclose two-cent stamp for reply. It 1b surprising to ono who has not given tho matter thought, how many llttlo points thoro nro connected with tho planning of an up-to-dato con venient residences that can be gotton all wrong If tho architect la not ex ceedingly caroful or doesn't know his business, and tho houso resulting bo almost ruined, so far as comfort and tho conveniences of housekeeping oro concerned. It has frequently boon suggested that architects doing r...

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. — 18 April 1914

TULSA, DKLA, STAR THE TULSA STAR Printingand Publshing CO. r'ublishu 1 Ever Siturdiy at 501 North Greenwood Street. Phbne 3129 Phone 3129 IC it-sr 1 it iiiiililiK iiitlir April II. i:il:, .it din I'iMt Uilioo nt TuUa Olchthiim i, uudur thu Aot of Miircli 3, 1870. A. J. SM1THERMAN H, R, GRAHAM Mrs, 0. B. Qmithennan EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Associate Editor SocietyEditor CKSHORCREDIT HUIMUIUIM'ION ItATKS On v ur Bit Month Threo Month I.OO 00 .33 A Hidden Moral A few days ngo a mob lynched n deffiiMdWri woman nt Whoiit but thu governor did not sit! lit to delegate even one mini to go tliciv mid investigate Hit a tin i p. I'.ut when u horse nice is put on in Tulsa, Mm. Excellency, to preserve Hie dignity of tlie state, sends two compa nion of the statu militia to intercede and prevent betting on the races. Will some one please explain the moral? Railroad Porters Form Organization Chicago, 111, March 31, 1914. Mr. Colored Train I'ortera: Dear Hlra Tho principles of free ROVorumpntH adheres t...

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