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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 18 April 1914

TUL&A, OKLA., STAR 1SZS29ES :WELDY BROS. Your Credit is Good At The Gem Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh 115 East First Street P I I, V We have just receiv el 2 car loads of Ice iioses and Refrigera tors. Come in and se 'ect the one you like. Only $1.00 Down Pay the bn lance in Easv Weekly Payments. This bi'iiiiufvi KinliPti O.il iw-t yours or Only Sl.00 I own, Haliince in weekly installments. Eeerything convenient makes the housewife'.-" work a -pleasure. Your home is incomplete without one. Remember this is the Gem ii East First Street izzEE&aBss&amz gMffipi. - i and Cured Meats and Lard Buy anil-Sell Cattle. Hops, . ; . i 11 Kinds of Live Stock. We ilo our own killing. 21 E. 1ST ST. PHONE 1158 TULA, OKLA. C. 0. WiNTUimiNiiint NlMtSU UIJCJISIM- t CJnv V Mofw- MOWBRAY UNDERTAKING CO. I Phono 52 9 86 911 125 Second St. f tCfC 329 66 9!i TULSA, OKLA. ist Baptist Notes DR EC. MORRIS COMING. Why Have Kinky Hair? "PRESTO" Dr. E. C. Morris has nccepled nn invitation to Tulsn...

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. — 18 April 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR NEIGHBOR ASKED FOR JNFORMATION Which Was Promptly Disclosed and She Lost no Time in Profit ing Thereby. Miami, Okla. "Ono of my neigh bors, say a Mrs. Hannah M. Turlcy, of this town, "cainu to my houso last wek, and said: 'Mrs. Turloy, what did jou tako to holp you bo qulrly?' I told her It was Just Cardul, tho soman's tonic, and fllio said: 'I wish t lucked as woll as you do. I told her It she would only get COO worth of ( urdul, and tako It, sho would. So tho xent her husband to town to get tin- Cardul, and commenced taking It. Sho looked mo pale and sick nil tho tlmp. but Is beginning to look better alr adv. As to bow It helped mo I suffered fcr about 6 years, with womanly trou bles, and became so weak nnd nor vous, and would suffer such pain every month, that I thought, at times, I would die. Was In Buch condition that I couldn't do my work halt of the time, and would havo awful smoth ering spells. My husband bought mo a full treat ment of Cardul (C bottlos) 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. — 18 April 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR SAVING ON MEAT BILL Help Thai Stomach Trouble HAD SOME DISTANCE TO GO Xis tnU AJsJ Irish Boy, In Sore Predicament, Re talned to the Full His Native Country's Wit. IDEA OF RETAIL BUTCHER AS TO HOW TO DO IT. Digestion of Food t;- I . High-Priced Cuts, He Asserts, Are Not Necessarily the Best More Nour ishment In Many of the Cheap er Grades About Chops. In tho Woman's Home Companion a retail butcher writes an article en titled "Ileducing tho Meat Hill." In which ho bIiowb how people who buy tho high-priced cuts don't get tho best meat, Ho says that some of tho cheap est meats nro tho best. Ho takes an Itemized weekly moat bill of $4.02 and shows, item by Item, how that bill can bo reduced to $3.21, just by using cheaper cuts, which ho says aro bet ter cuts. After dealing wltli tho vari ous kinds of steaks in which, by tho way, ho tells about tho steak that tho. butcher eats himself ho goes on as follows about roasts and chops: "A roost of beef costing $1 or $1.C0 nt ...

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. — 18 April 1914

fc- t" f u i.fl 16 S. Main St., Tulsa, Okla. tpra-aif.TJiiw.'ra H $8,000.00 Stock of Men's M boys oigntj:rade - j othing and bhoes 4NMNI .CA am mmm mm -- tw. fc-MW r- M . M T Soldi .,, :he irst who Come We ire Forced to Vacate SL'k has been bought from under us, and notice has been given. We must positively vacate the buildino-in a few short days. A few short days of whirlwind selling-, of Herculean efforts, of untold sacrifice, of cold deter mined slaughter, where former cost and value are forgotten, and quick cash sales reign supreme. Qualities are beyond question. Offering the choicest fabrics, tailored by Hart Schaffner & Marx, Adler of Rochester Also the Famous "Fit Well" Clothes jmtfk M "Wlm 111 I Kf $7.45 MEN'S SUITS. Values well worth the $15.00 you usually pay for them. Tailored bv skill ed and honest tailors from the most sat isfactory and servicablc woolens. Public vj A pi Sale price iy ? $ MEN'S SUITS. Unmalchablc .$20.00 values. Coats to these are really hand made w...

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. — 25 April 1914

. A FEARLESS EXPOHENT OF RIGHT AND jujjiiut ii' ki III m NX OUR SUBSCRIPTION LIST MAKES A VALUABLE MEDIUM FOR ADVERTISING m- m ' 'V SUCCESSOR TO THE MUSKOGEE STAR Vol. 2, No 26 TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY APRIL 25th, 1914 Subscription $1.00 Par Year U. S0 Forces Hold V era Cruz 29 Dead! ristow One of The Comioi klahcma Towns Editor Spends Few Hours In Thriving Little City Tim editor of tho Star spent a fow hours nt Ilrlstow last Saturday and whllo thcru mot a number of tlio prom inent citizens, White and Black, of that thriving town. At present thero Is soino oil excitement around Brlstow which promises to Hush Into u boom In the nest few weeks In splto of the drop In tho price of crude oil. It is reported that ten ncros closo to a good well recently brought In was sold thero last week for $ 10,000.00. Uut whether tho boom from oil de velopments como or not, Ilrlstow has the foundation for a great future city. It is favorably surrounded by tho very best farm laud which la being culti ...

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. — 25 April 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR : ' ti & i ft mwMHwmMMtwmwMM HiS FOOTBALL STORY By HAYDEN CARRUTH. Our rules woro few, though thoy started out boldly enough undor tho head of "Constitution nnd lly-laws of tho Corncob Club," and began and ended as follows: Section First, Artlclo First It shnll bo tho duty of each mctnbor through out ovory HUBslon to omoko a cob plpo With duu dlllgonco. "Section First, Artlclo Second Membars who do not smolto shall not bo roqulrcd to smoka." Tho parson was tho only mombor 'who profited by artlclo second, nnd tho doctor used to charge him with quietly electioneering to have It re pealed, no that ho might return to his former bad practises, but thto was a inlander on tho good man. Not being burdenod with n cob pips in a cotiBtnnt stato of conflagration tho parson wus left with moro tlmo for conversational effort. Wo suspected lie sometimes took advantage of our nlcotlnlzed condition to foist tales upon us containing a emaller percent ago of truth than tho stato ...

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. — 25 April 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR 8F .1 I JAM CARING FOR THE CHICKENS Mother Hen and Little Ones Should Not Be Crowded. Into Filthy Coop Keep Houses Clean. What's tho uso of Jamming an old mother lion Into tho coop with a brood of chicks ovory night, making tho crowded coop mora filthy and liable to promoto disease T Soparate tho old hen from tho chicks at onco, and got her to laying. Don't think for one moment that, Imply becnuso tho poultry havo plonty of rango, and got many varie ties of foed, they need no grit fur nished them. Try offorlng them a handful and boo how quickly they de tout It; then keep It bofore them con stantly, at tho rato of about a quart for every fifty fowls threo times a week. i-)in all grass and other grcon food soon will grow dry and short, try planting soma small beds of lettuce,, beets and radishes In the poultry yard, and when tho plants come up and are' beginning to grow well, removo tho IMMIGRATION INSPECTOR Port of San Praises Peruna for per sonal benefit received....

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 25 April 1914

TULSA, OKLAjSTAR THE TULSA STAR Printingand Publshing CO. Published Every S itttrd ly at 501 North Greenwood Street. H-Uorol u HMMUlm .iitttnr prll II. 1UI.1, .it the 1W Officii .it Till. Oklahoma, uailur tlio Act nf M.iroli 3, 1M70. News Around the City J. S. KIRBY, City Circulator Ri5SIIknck,..215 H.Cameron A. j. smithirman H. R. GRAHAM Mrs, 0. B. Smitherman EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Associate Editor SocietyEditor SUItSUUII'TIO.V IIATIJS On nar Ulx Month Tliroo Month 51.00 .on M Another enterprise operated hy Colored men exclusively has been organized hy prominent men of this city. It will he known as "The Ideal liottling Works." Four thous and dollars worth of machinery has been ordered and will he install ed in the near future. There are about twenty Coloied business places in Tulsa which will doubtless support the new enterprise from the start. The offi cers of the company are W. L. Mck'ec. president; Freeman L. Mar tin, secretary, and Jas Goodwin, manager. ' 0 Tim Mexican situation...

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. — 25 April 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR Your Credit Is Good At The Gem 115 East First Street We have jnstreceiv ecl 2 car loads of Ice Boxes and Refrigera tors. Come in and se ect the or;e you like. Only $1.00 Down Pay the balance in Easy Weekly Payments. This beuutifvi Kitchen Calinct is yours 'or Only Sl.OO Down, Balanco in weekly instulltnents. Eeerything convenient makes die housewife's work a pleasure. Your home is incomplete without one. Remember this is the Gem 115 East First Street JEESSS5SZasaEaEEH25S WELDY. BROS.: ' IPllHliiiSi 11 1-UrTc"" fli " ' ? 1 1 m ... .' 1 twfl B TILoiiffl-JUi v"2VS5?ftx4 1 n Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats and Lard Buy a-ul Sj!I .' ittK-. II jr!( yoai mi n kj,us 0f ljvu Stock. Wo i'i ott own I illii'if. 21 E. 1ST ST. PHONE 1158 TULA, OKLA. G. 0. WixrnmtiN-ont XFUSK U HO 1ST HI Guv W McCullccm MOWHRAY UNDERTAKING CO. tlm J5E5 ua - -iu t J --fcj a -ijiji me? O 31 fMl J ? U C? BB m 3-B)P8M H Kt1SLB-rf , skTsMsrl m -."k---ftEft--H b5 VV914IKUxbK-l towr '...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 25 April 1914

-n TULSA, O K L A., STAR MALARIA MOSQUITO ADDS TO DAMAGE OF COTTON BOLL WEEVIL Anopheles Causing Great Loss In Labor and Crop Production Throughout the South Results Show In Preliminary Study of a Malaria Infected Plantation. Tbo malaria mosquito Is not only oauslng tromondous annual losses In farm labor and production In tlio Bouth, but Is Indirectly Increasing tho dcstruotlvenosB of Uio cot ''ton boll weovll, according to state ments of spoclallstB of tho lnttcd I9tfl0S department St ngrlcultuj-v, jTJiflao statOruonlB follow a study of a moequlio-lnfcctcd plantation In Louis iana made during llio last cotton and corn crop Reason by specialists of tho bureau of entomology an a preliminary to a nioro extended Investigation ot tho effect of malaria on farm production and profits. On thin single farm tlio specialists found that tho malaria mosquito bo affeotod tho workers that'tho equiva lent ot 7.3!) wooks of work by udult labor woro lost per family during tho eeasons whon crops wuro...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 25 April 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR L - ft. t. r t & tKv t . bt" 4 AFRO-MWERICAH CULLIMGS There Is cortatuly ono thing which tho negro has dono slnco his emanci pation gave him tho opportunity. Ho has proved himself a bravo, capable soldier. Tho military history of the nation for tho past half century bears abundant witness to tho fact. Gen. Nelson A. MIlos, tho former chief of tho army, gavo oxcellent tes timony to this effect In his address at the Lincoln birthday celebration at Qulnn chapel, Chicago, when he said: "Even In tho Civil war tho negro proved that ho was bravo nnd worthy to bo a freo man. Whon volunteers were called to n an vessels which wero dostlnod to go down to suro destruc tion against tho Confederate vosael Morrimae, the terror of tho soaB, an appeal for negro volunteers was mado and all who heard tho call responded. In the fever camps of tho Spanish war, after negro troops had taken and held Sun Juan hill, a call was mado for vol unteers to light fevor In tho hospitals. .An ...

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. — 25 April 1914

"ia .y TULsa, OKLA., STAR Mil' ' T HUERTA HUMORIST PAUL LAWRENCE DUNBAR. ASSURES SAFETY LONDON. April 23 A illxpatch Id III Dnlly Clirohlrlo frum PrpnldPiit Hurtn through tlic forc-lcn minister. Hcimr l'or llllo y tlnjiip. xnyn: "Tlio Atrxlmn (,'iivirninriit In pri-piiriHl to protect fully now nncl In Hip event of nh nrmid conflict with Iho United HtutcH the liven nml prooprly of nil forolunrris, IncluilInK Ui'ibp of Ainrrlrfin citizens." Railroad Porters Form Organization Chicago, III, Mnrch .11, 1911. Mr. Colored Train Porters: Dear Sirs Tlio principles of frco governments adheres to tlio American soil, It Ih bodded In It; Immovable ns Its mountaliiH, nml lot tlio microti ob llgntlons which lmvo dovolved on this generation, anil on us, sink deep Into our hearts, tlio.su dally dropping from among uh, who established our liberty and our government, thu groat Trim I now descends to now hands, lot us ap ply ourselves to that which Is prosont od to us, as our appropriate object Wo can ...

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. — 9 May 1914

? ' V fct ) r i n. OOR suBscnirnoir LIST MASTS A ; VALUABLE MEDIUM TOR ADVCRTlSWa f . t LAWLESS EXPONENT OP mauT i ANn I ...-r c .nisi ir 2 i ---- i 0 IP-Kh - - LISI?3R II I Mr-I M:IV lSwi t-- SUCCESSOR TO THE MUSKOGEE STAR Vol. 2, No 28 TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY MAY 9. 1914 Subscription ill .00 Par Yea Jiear Br, Morris $omerrew at the "Srand $pera 2teuse Co. Commissioners May In close Negro Schools Separate School Fund Exhausted But Supt. Oberholtzcr Recom mends Big Appropriation For Colored Schools 'O"" ' SUPT. IS. E. O'JKKIIOL'IZEK ' Who is- c i.itnpio.ii.ig the cause of ihe boys and girls nf Tulsa. Early this week It was reported that tho County Commissioners hnd or dered the Colored Schools of this city closed because of n luck of county funds to conttnuo the schools until the regular time of closing. 7 ho report caused considerable un rest and many thoro woro who were willing to give their time nnd monoy to see that tho Colored children of this city nro given ns much educa tio...

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. — 9 May 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STA REBELSPUKTO ik thmco TWELVE THOUSAND TROOPS TO DE M'ODILIZED FOR SEA PORT ATTACK. VILLA WILL COMMAND ATTACK Hope-of Armistice Between Mexican Factions Delleved Slim. Car ranra and Villa On Very Good Terms El Paso. While Clonernl Cnrrnnza has not replied officially to the prop sultlon ot tho South American media tors for a fcdernl-robol nrmlRtlcc, oM clals hero any his niiHwor Is plainly forecast In ordora promulRatrd for n concentrated nttack on Tntnplco. Tho federal gunboats anil tho land defenses of Tntnplco lmo proved too lilg n tnsk for tho troops of (Jonurals Cnbellero and Gonzales and orders wero Issued for tho molilllzntlon of 12,000 troops from tho states of Coa liulln, Tninnullpas and Kucro Leon. It la reported also thnt Oencral Fran cisco Villa will lead tho attnek. Ilafnol 13. Muzqulz, n son-in-law of General Carrahza and n leader of tho Junta hero, 1b ono of tho authorities for the. declaration that the armistice In nothcrn Mexico Is Impossible. It Is r...

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. — 9 May 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR IfUBNATIONAL SMTSOIOOL Lesson (By n. b. SELLfcKS. Director of Evening Department, Tho Moody Bible Instltuto, Chicago.) LESSON FOR MAY 10 THE UNJUST 8TEWARD. I-PSSON TEXT-Lulce 16:1-13. GOLDEN TEXT--Ho that la faithful Ai a vry little la faithful also In much; ind hq.that la unrighteous In a. ory little ts unrighteous nlto' In much." Luke 16:10. ' Again in ono chapter (and hero only) wo havo boforo us two of tho Master's more famous parables, tho anju'fjt steward and tho rich man and Lazarus. Doth aro parables of warn ing against tho common Bins ot liypoc irisy and gluttony. Luko links this leaching itli tho events In .connec tion with our Lord's teaching about the lost things. Thero Is clearly a :lqs9 connection. Tho parable of tho lost things was spoken directly to tho Pharisees and scribes, that now be fo'rp.us tb tho disciples. Tho fall aro of the Pharisees as stewards of tlid. things of God, tho dlvlno law, colls from Jesus, for those gathered as his dUclples,...

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. — 9 May 1914

TULfcA. OKLA.. STAR THE TULSA STAR Printingand Publshing CO. ,ii ili-iul tivjr SiturJiy .it 5JI North Greenwood Street. Ct.irjl t. mill um uuur Vi.'il II. I'll J. At tlio I'nitt Oilioo ut Tulsa IlkUlm.n i, tuiil.ir tlio Act of M.iruh :l, 1870. A. J. SM1THERMAN II. R. GRAHAM Mrs, O B. Smitherman EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Associate Editor SocietyEditor HUUSl'lill-TION ItATKH On "ar Hlx iiouth Three Mouth fl.00 .CO Sfi What has become of the local Itiisincss League? Let every farmer read the "Warning to Farmers" which ap pears in this issue in another calunm It's bad policy to condemn a man and discredit him because someone else (Iocs . Your best friend today may be your worst enemy tomorrow. Tomorrow will be gala day .for the Baptists of this city. A great man is visiting Tulsa and every denomination should help to make his stay here as pleasant as possible. We need more business enterprises in Tulsa to employ Colored boys anil girls. The Star would like to sec every boy and girl with some...

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. — 9 May 1914

f TULSA. OKLA., STAR en. I News Around the City J. S. K1R3Y, City Circulator Residenck,-215 E.Ciimeron Have yiiu done your ppriug cltmn 1m; yet? The Cnrr Gii'e U a pnpidur place nt meal times. ....PHONE BLACK 3077.... LIBERTY CAFE Mas. Lii.uk Johnson, Prop. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. HOME COOKING A SPECIALTY 16 N. Cincinnati, Tulna. Okin If you want something good to cat stop at A. Catr's place Mrs J B Stradfnrd, left Thurs day for Cannon. Mm where she will upend everal weeks visititij; her 'other and other ltolativ e. When in town cill at A Carr's place, i n the Gurley Building for something good to eat. Mr. mid Mrs. G. W. Fubor had for Ruoat at Sunday dinnor Rev. M, W Montgomery, M'a Edith Olive and little daughter, Fredrick Fay, of WaRim r. Rev.M. W. Montpnm ery was formerly a resident of Musr kogee, but now of Tulsa Madan Pritchard, of Houston Texas is i'i the city visitin her sis ter Mrs. J. H Wells, 013 E. Archei St who is just recover'um from an attack of illne. While here Madam Pri...

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. — 9 May 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR Fortunate Indian. In n composition denllng with tho habits nnil customs of American In dians, n boy dcopfy Impressed with their freo-nnd-casy 'life wroto tho fol lowing: "Tho Indians .had fow laws, but they woro well violated." We Must Have It, Pessimist Tho cost of living Is ter rible. Optimist Hut it's worth tho price. Tho unskilled cook is often as dan gerous ns a smallpox patient nt largo- " 1 Th0 Winner In order to do tilings to sue-ceed-you must have hcnlth, and this means taking care of tho digestion, tho liver and the bowels. For this particular work - HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters iswcftdiiaptcd. It soothes and tones', tho tired stomach and promotes bowel regularity. Try it. ill! I SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical, cleansing and germicidal of all antlsoptlcs Is A soluble Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved in water as needed. As 4 roedlclnnl nntlsoptlc for douches In trcuitlng catarrh, Inflammation or ulcornTTori jot nose, thront, and that ciusctfliy fcml...

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. — 9 May 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR mm HAPPINESS FOR THE AGED ST T BROODER FOR LITTLE CHICKS Mother Hen Should Be Given Nice Llcht Place, Dry and Warm Comfort Is Great Thing. Tho lion with early chicks Is given tho poorest etinnco In tho world for caring for her brood. Sho Is gener ally confined with tho llttlo ones for a fow days In a coop with bars where tbey can run out and In. Tho coop Is only a small thing, rather dismal and dark. Sho Is hardly over given a nlco, well lighted placo, dry nnd warm, nnd with chaff and straw on tho floor whero tho chicks can Ecratch and work without freezing tho llfo out of them. Somo folks will say that tho hen Is always thoro to warm them up when they want warmth; but what would you think of an artificial sys tem of brooding that would keep a closo llttlo hoover In reach of tho chicks all tho timo, but without any warm placo whero tho chtckB might work nnd eat? Every year you seo tho old hens clucking around tho placo with tho llttlo brood with her, crying and co...

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. — 9 May 1914

T U L a a, O K L A.. STAR L AN IMPORTANT SfiRIES OF FACT8 A man In TuUa, Okln., stands pre eminently as ono of tho greatest mod leal BclentlBts of tho proBCiit dny, lie la C. Dcarman, tlio dlscovoror of tlio FamouH Hottentot Itoniody. It cov era tlio common nllmontH of ovory family llko a hlnnkut. It kIvoh that universal satisfaction Hint Is ho of ten desired. It can lio dupondod on li omerKoncles and you won't bo doceh cd. it lias n wider rniifio of ti3c:i thin any other mcdlclno In tho world. II has won innny friends and Is wlnnlnr many moru. Its a great reniudy, thurr Is no doubt about It. It's a great rum cdy. I'ooplo nro ordorlng It from nearly It must bo good, Seo what tho ox I'ost master snya, you know Its truo. "To Whom It Mny Concern: This Certifies Hint C. Denrmnn, (scientist shipped n greater quantity of medi cine (Tho Hottentot Kennedy) through tho post oil Ice at Tulsn, Okln., thnn tho combined shipments of all other medical concerns In tho city of Tulsn, Okln., during ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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