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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 16 May 1914

J A FEARLESS OUR SUBSCRIPTION LIST MAKES A VALUABLE EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE MEDIUM TOW ADVERTlSnm v K.iy "i-" rf SUCCESSOR TO THE MUSKOGEE STAR ' -S5:-f"5!' I -H l I 0 VHUdLfc - Vl tTss"5- m 0 Vol 2, No 2" Would Bar Negro t "World-Sun" Paper Makes Fight , Against Colored Patrons of Sgiw Tie Association Park Advocates ''Bleachers" for Negroes To Uphold "Jim Crow Ethics" "Nearly 100 negroes lind seats in the grandstand at Association park Sun day. M any white peoplo wo.ro In censed nt this violation of Jim Crow ethics, and If tlio affair is ropeated there are a nuinlior or individuals Who will withdraw their support from the local club. The management promised to erect bleachers two wcekf ago, but to date they bavo not kepi tboso promises. Wo rcallzo that the) are out a considerable sum in gottlnc the park ready nt all, but wo Insist Hint no ono will loso any money b providing bleachers at both sldos ol tlio grandstand. Let's tako up a col lection for the purpose if there is no ...

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. — 16 May 1914

j TULSA, OKLA., STAR Esas2SH5a5EsasHK52iiaszrasHSHsas OUT OF THE PAST By HAROLD CARTER. E Miss Amanda listened stonily to her nleco Mary's confession of hor on gngomont to tho man sho hail mot on her vncntlon at llellmulr. Sympa tlietlciilly, too, for tho two old maiden ladles, Miss Amanda and Miss Doro thy, woro devoted to protty Mary, tho child of tholr only brothor, whom thoy had ndoptud when ho lay dying. Hut when Mary mentioned tho namo of Ilalph lister un ominous look camo over Miss Amanda's fnco. "And ho sayB his father know you wlion you woro n girl, Aunt Amanda," pursued Mary, with all tho Innocent conlldencu of twenty years. "Yes, my dear," answered hor nunt, "and ho was n black-hearted, deceitful man. And no nleco of mine shall over marry tho son of llobort Lestor." Mary was heart-broken. To dlsoboy her nunt novcr entered her bend. Sho had owed everything to Miss Amanda, who wns tho dominating spirit of tho two; nnd sho felt that, iib long as sho lived, sho would hnvo to ...

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. — 16 May 1914

I I TULSA, O K L A.. STAR r w VIES 111 FAR IFF J! u .PNEUMONIA, RESULTING FROM , 8HIPWRECK, FATAL TO AMERICAN SINGER. V , . OPERATIC CAREER F0.R 35 YEARS Famous Star Had Three Matrimonial i, Venture, Her .Last l-jusband ; Beng Geo. y. Young New York Banker.. " Datavln, Javn.-"-Madame Nordlca Is dead. " Prieumonla, 'contracted from ''"tho1 Shock end exposure of n ship .In. wreck on Thursday Island in the An tipodes, ended tho career io( ona of i tho world's most famous singers, Just . as she had started, upon, what she had planned would bo her farewell (our f.TheRub-NoIor6Co..FrVaJne,Ind of the world. . " ' - a " & " D Lillian, Nordlca, was an .American singer of world-wldo fame. Her nd mlrers ranped from tho men of tho Bowery Section of Nvow Yorfc, where tho had sung at mission meeting, to tho most critical box holders of grand opera houses in all of the wor,Id's great musical centers. ,Tho purity of her voice, employed In many tongues, had delighted hundreds of, thousands slnct...

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. — 16 May 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR s THE TULSA STAR Printingand Publshing CO, Published Every Saturday at 501 North Greenwood Street. K'ltorul K S'joui.l-dU-H mittor Oklalinmi, itnilur tlia Act of Murcli 3, A. J. SM1THERMAN H. R, GRAHAM Mrs. 0, B. Smitherman SUIJSCItll'TION KATKS Ou i Mr Uix Month Tli r oo Month 'I'll.. W'Vil.l.c.... :- ..ir..! .... t.un.i-uii is miiiuiiiik Aegro-phobia. A man's chance is all the Negro of America is asking; and he is less than a man who would deny him this. Dr. Morris convinced everyone who heard him of one fact, and that is that lie is a Southerner who knows the Southern white man, and he is brimming over with that perculiar Southern diplomacy which attracts the Southern white folks to the Negro leaders in the South. 'I'll.. V.. ..,-,,.. .,f l.l .1 .I. i-s'"-t wi i uis.i j,iv me sum in $o,vuu.uu to i ne I tilsa World-Sun papers annually, probably more; and this paper never overlooks an opportunity to show their appreciation by open in sults to the race. In the lan...

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. — 16 May 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR News Around the City 5Dr. A, C.Jackson Physician & Surgeon o Cornel Archer and Greenwood o Summer Session OF THE I i J. S. KIRBIT, City Circulator RnsiDENCU,--215 E.Cameron AN IMPORTANT SERIES OF FACTS ThoCnrr Gafc is a popular place at meal times. The First Picnic of this season was given at Sand Springs Monday Ilcv. O.K. Wood, is pushing his new businosii and is getting al.mg n'u'ely with his new bidding. Itov.T. J Jones, w:e called tc Ckmulgeo last Sunday to attcned a funeral. Rev. Hudson, filled the puipit at I1i3abscn.se. Tho Peoples Theatre, continues to have good crowds and Mr. Rogers is sparing no pains to make every thing comfortable for them. ....PHONE BLACK 3077.... LIBERTY CAFE Mns. Lim.ik Johnson, Prop. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. HOME COOKING A SPECIALTY 1G N. Cincinnati, Tnlsa, 01:1a If you want something gonl to eat stop at A. Can's place Mr. Alex Harlow and wife, of D'nison, Texns, hi rived Sunday morning visiting Mrs. IIup n of 101 N. Fiankfort. When...

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. — 16 May 1914

r u L S A, O K L A., STAR IMERIGIM-OCIID ,( MORE THAN A MILLIQN PARTICJ. 1 ,w f K Nil) PATE IN FUNERAfcfiEflV?Ej AT BROOKLYN AVJifYAD PRES. WILSON DELIVERS EULOGY Praises NobJ, f VMJSj tf I Wfl Soldlersvho,Dletl Sify DOIIfcfti 8 IM Are more welcome i nan Sneers, to Drave MenJf I H W I ) vlr t r 1 New York New York Joined tho nation In lnomorin'izlng with slmplo dignity tho hurolsnnot-ithu 'nineteen, bliiu-Jnckctg. and ninrlnoa who gnvq lieir lhehint' Vera Cruz. As tho most ImprthHlTo1 fmierhl pngunnt allied tho SpauisUiwar,HLtirtcd from, the battery li In thi Ilrooklyu na,y nrd, it was ne If tho piils'o of tlib city had stopped. All business was suspended and oioi4 thd irwuiuiirp.lal section of tho city thorp fell a ecrcntlalliUBh. Tho ns seiiiuiiigo, which' numbered over 1,060, 000 of New York's tyolygtot population, stood shoulder to shoulder It was a spcctaclo of a city strnugo-, ly transfigured and lifted out of' It self." In tile lino of moilrnerb that fol Ion ml .the nrtlllory...

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. — 16 May 1914

TULSA, O K L A STAR ELEANOR WILSON BECOMES MRS. HlOO jf Washington, May 8. Eleanor Ran dolph Wilson, youngest daughter of tho president, and William Oibbs Mo Adoo, secretary of tho treasury, wero married at tho Whlto Houso at 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon by Hov. Sylvester Ileach of I'rlncoton, N. J. Tho wedding procession proceeded from tho main stairway Into tho cor ridor, through tho north door of tho blue room, to tho platform eroded In tho south bay window of tho room. Miss Salllo McAdoo led tho proces sion, followed by Mrs. Snyro and Miss Margaret Wilson. Miss Nancy Lano directly preceded tho bride, who wns escorted by tho presldont. Tho groom, with -Dr. Cory Travers Grayson, met tho wedding party at tho altar. Mr. McAdoo wore ovonlng clothes and Dr. Grayson wore his uniform. Itov. Syl vester W. Beach performed tho cere mony. After tho ceromony tho wedding party proceeded to tho red room, where they received congratulations and good wishes of tho company. Tho Marino band furni...

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. — 16 May 1914

TV 1 U L a i. U K L A . UTAH if.;: W J ra Ji - I' Bartlesville Doings - . -. , - ff. rk it ij liegXO OwaCopv ut raper oe li unci red 4 J&lyesi Them to Jfavwttvte Barttoe- !, 4MlMMNM' era Ml neseto r mDmmr " sasnaeir in sartteef MM MM by Jntototteal mHi Tbe WHr Xaatacky toetl paJHtobed t tag. Ktmumur Ai l IMMTly Oftr be MMf etoe Mo Ma the yeitow ttot urttleh tow (baa a eeotary bf toft U tt" M to well isreaersed, evesy tr i k earteetiy toitaMe Th preeeet day pmMUmUoi - -jpwat Iwywwiwi er to t-wi--pwMtofced to tboe days, win-i tMMW etaagard of its da -..' time, but wban tato V t modern etairhawtoal Mapta w vale In some to lit relief u,. modern printers, we ainet adnit' that tbe boy vf the oUton Mfty want ! .bean masters f U art. Tbe alphabetical abarautar uwti in tbce das were the aUNte mi Umnm WMd Paw, e0efft tb letter "" WhWsl. Ml It DWWra l the Mlfctlte tfeaett. I HO' HMMti iU( tea WUr 'f.' tUXJ .. rfiinillr 1rfatlr artili liie H ! I '-- -'" " ----- T i...- b . UmalA.wllA Mr Ota...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 23 May 1914

FEARLESS EXPONENT OP RTKHT AND I JUSTICE j "T rs i r rir rr n i i r Vol. 2, No 30 Row e Did White Game Keepers Framed lip To "Job" Youth Who won Pot In Game of Chance Public Sentiment Turns In Favor of the Young Negro Who Is Still at Large Detective Rice Improvos That Douglas Kowe, the negro porter at the Fountain Drug store who last Monday morning shlot Detective Ed luce, did not hold up the gambling den but won the money, fSOO.UO in a game Sunday night, is the latest rumor atloat on the streets of Tulsa. The citizens or Tulsa and vicin ity were startled early .Monday morning by the report that Rowu had held up the night clerk at the Fountain Drug Store where he worked at the point of a gun and got away with ?800.00 afterwards rebooting and fatally wounding Ed Rice, who, with Deputy Cleav er, had gone out to intercept him. Posses were hastily organized and sent out in all directions looking for the alleged gunman and had he been found no doubt would have been killed outright as It ...

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. — 23 May 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR lira port 4 I OPENS WAY FOR DIRECT IMPOR TATION OF NEEDED MUNI. TIONS OF WAR. GUNBOAT TO TRY BLOCKADE Constitutionalists To Prosecute a Vlg. orous Campaign Southward; Ul timate Objective Point Mexico. City. Washington. Tamplco's fall, en larging tho constitutionalists sphero of control and giving them a seaport through which munitions of war may bo directly Imported has Injected Into tho Mexican situation new phases to occupy tho attention of olllcln) Wash ington. Tho last conference) of tho South American mediators and envoys nas been held. Interest centered on Tamplco and tho vigorous prosecution of tlio con stitutionalist cnmpalgn southward. Tho American government already has begun representations to tho con stitutionalists to secure protection for American and other foreign opera tors returning to tho oil wells and warships have gono up tho l'ntitico river to their old stations beforo the town. At tho mouth of tho river uro the federal gunboats with a part of...

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. — 23 May 1914

TULSA, OKLA, STAR V m- I T OKLAHOMAN STARTLES SENATE BY REMARKABLE SPEECH Oil MEXICAN CRISIS. SENATE INDORSES PRES. POLICY Dictator Is Flayed As Cruel Assassin, America Should Not Stop Until Usurper It Deposed, Says Speaker. Washington. Asserting that Presi dent Wilson -was moro than justified In refusing to recognize Huerta fes president of Moxlco, and that tho United States must not turn back until it has established constitutional government In that republic. Senator Owen Btartled tho senate with a ro xnarkablo denunciation of tho Mexi can dictator. Ills speech was an In tlmato history of Huerta from tho tlmo ho toro tho reins of power from tho hands of Madero to the present day. Through It ran the color of blood and Us story reeked with mur der, Intrigue and vlolenco whero in nocent men who talked too much went to sllenco bohlnd prison walls and Huerta by the forco of arms and the Impelling power of fear Imposed his will upon 12,000,000 people. Recites History of Murders. Senato...

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. — 23 May 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR Mother's Day Sermon Hov. Jas. 8. JoIiiihoii. May 10, 1914, ar 11 a. m.: In tliCHO United States tho I'resl dont, tho Govrnors and Mayors, as well as other men of thought, by cure ful consideration, thought it very nec essary to sot aside or Insure n proclu- minion anil uosignniu u us uiumum Day, and slnco to every aroct there Is a cause, I am persuaded that no sane minded person can help hut seo that thuro must ho something done or tho world will soon bo In aharbarlous state. For almost every day and in al most every newspupor you seo wlicro some child has committed atrocious deeds upon and ugulnst parents. And it has become alarming to that ex tout that tho wot Id Is saying, what must we do to stop the many crimes? And this Is one of the many wnys tlmt has been thought out. And wo hope thut the services in the several or many churches In thesu United States limy bemoce a great liiseutlve toto cnuso this yflung and very sinful races to stop and reflect upon their ...

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. — 23 May 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR News Around the City T)r. A, C.Jackson Physician & Surgeon o Cornet Archer and Greenwood o U'li1 . Mut.iL. Summer Session il OF THE v J. S. KIRBY, City Circulator Residencb,--215 EtCameron Capt. Jackson, spent a few days in Claremoro thii week. Mrs. Lena Charlston, of 518 N. Elgin has gone to Pine Bluff, Aik on a business trip. J. S. Kirby, the-Star circulator, went to Okmulgee Thursday n onu ing oo business. Rev H. T. 8. Johnson, Supt. of the Muskoigea Distict for the M. E. Church was in the City Tuesday, and spent a few Minuitcs at the Star Office. The Widows and Widowers of this City, were entertained at the beauty Parlar of Mrs. Geo. W. Hunt, on East Archer, St. Tuesday night. Old maids and Bachelors, were excluded. The Gem Furniture Store is offer ing some exceptionally good bar gains this week and next. It will pay you to visit tlietn nt their new Store and inspect the goods and the prices. You arc always assured of courteous treatment at the Gem Store. ...

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. — 23 May 1914

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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. — 23 May 1914

BBSKCEWnSCBraSSSTBHai TT OJET TOWN PURCHASERS eatherford Company of Atchison, Kan ? aKnsas, was sold by the U. S. Mar Vof the magnitude of the stock re in securing both of these splendid . i" d business only eight months ago. They ought from the largest and best firms i exclusive trade. The stock consisted ride of Atchison. IBrick was one of Parson's best clothing jit capital, business depressed and his (was sold by order of U. S. Court to sat tved to Tulsa and the greatest bankrupt iY23 AT 8 A. M. ulsa in the next ten days than ever be lt a sale to dispose of a lot of odds and hrd luck story to tell. We are unlike any ty anything but high-grade merchandise :nants pay. We have bought and closed fa, and people watch for the sale and s prices. ad failing to secure the large amount of clwas their only course. After four of .g to plan some way by which the store ihe store had to sell. A great loss to e stock is being packed and shipped to r LADIES HOSIERY Silk hose, double topped $1.50 ...

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. — 23 May 1914

TULSA, 0 K L A, STAR MAMMOTH CREDIT CO. i THE GEM! PTJR NITT T RE CO- -Now in Our New Location- THE TULSA STAR Printingand Publshing CO. Published Every Saturday at 501 North Greenwood Street. KfitoroJ i -i suooiiit-olas tnittor April II. 1913, at the Post Oflloo at Tulsa Oklahoma, umlur tlio Act of March 3, 1879. A.J. SM1THERMAN H. R, GRAHAM Mrs, 0. B. Smitherman EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Associate Editor SocietyEditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES On. nar Hlx Month Throo Mouth 11.00 .60 .3s It's an easy matter to start a rumor, but once started it soon be comes an irresistible force. No one will know the full truth about the Howe case until Howe tells it. Let's wait till Howe returns. A man's chance is all the Negro of America is asking; and he is less than a man who would deny him this. The managers of the picture shows in the East end should put the bau on this vulgar, boisterous class who huve no respect for ladies. Borne day this class of ruffians will cause serious trouble which might as wel...

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. — 23 May 1914

TULSA, OKLA., 3 r R 'S::' . v ' The Harlow Broker age Sale The Harlow Hrokcrnge Com pany Ih again breaking into the homes of this city and vicinity with startling news of one of the greatest sales ever put on in this city from a good quality, low price HtnudiMiint. The Harlow Ilrokorngo store is noted for miles around for its remarkable cut price sales and with the ex ceptional opMrtunties offered in the sale now going on there it is doubtcful that Mr. IJarlow will be able to accommodate the crowds. Mr. Harlow has just bought at bankrupt sale two of the largest and m'ost complete stocks in Kansas, one at Topeka and one nt Atchison, both .firms having failed after a short period of eight months. Mr. Harlow was the highest bidder and secured the stock at 10 cents on the dollar. This will allow him to put this high qual ity stock at such low prices that coplc of moderate means cannot afford to miss it. The quality of the goods sold at this store is high enough to please any fastid ious...

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. — 23 May 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR -4 Tliono Illnck 3077 Liberty Cafe Mn. Lllllo Johiifton, I'roQ. Meals at All Hour Home Cooking a Specialty 1C N. Cincinoiti Tulu, Oldihema When in Town Call at The Peoples' Cafe 29 Nf,n Po,,on First Cln MenU Served at All flour Open Day and Night J. L. Lockard, Prop. J. B. STRADFORD Real Estate, Loans and Investments Lots for Snlo on Enny Terms PHONE 3380 301 N. GREENWOOD TULSA, OKLAHOMA WELDY BROS. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats and Lard Uuy nnd Sell Cnttlu, Hogs, Veal and nil Kinds of Livo Stock We Do Our Own Killing 21 E. 1st St. Phono 11G8 Tulsn, Okln. Cal1 at llic McPhearson Furniture Co. ISO E. First Street We cariyn Full Lino of Up-to-Dnte New nnd Second Hand Furniture nt tho very Lownt ?ricn. We Exchange New for Old Furniture. Fine line of Stoves Terms Cnsh or Credit Call nnd Give Us n Trial We Save You Money! PHONE 51G J. McPHEARSON, PROP. Directory of the Ministerial Alliance TULSA, OKLAHOMA, 1913. Rev. C L. Netherland, Pres., Res. 806...

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. — 23 May 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR fe- r2 INIUMTIONAL siwrsoiooL Lesson (By O. E. SELLERS, Director of Even ing Department Tlio Moody Dlblo Insti tute of ChtcnKO.) LESSON FOR MAY 24 UNPROFITABLE SERVANTS. LESSON TEXT Luko 17:1-10. GOLDEN TEXT-"Ho that Blorloth, let him glory In tho Lord." I Cor. 1:3L This lesson is closely connected with that or last week; whllo spoken especially to his disciples it was most probably at tho same ttmo and In tho samo atmosphcro as that of tho other lesson. Tho teaching is a con tinuation of that Just given and which grew out of tho hospitality Jesus re ceived in tho Pharisee's house. Tho heart of Jesus was filled with compas sion for tho needy multitude. Ho, tho Oood Shepherd, was seeking tho tost sheep. Ills anger was kindled against tho men whoso lovo of money and of show had calloused them in tho prcsenco of this multitude. It was In this spirit that ho turned and taught his disciples. A Special Warning. 1 I. "Take Heed to Yourselves," vv. 1-4. It Is Inevitable t...

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. — 23 May 1914

M'ill 'IMl'lilliiiJ sssssssssssxssssssTEtriirBssssH Hfa nii bsssssB Si." !! . I tb bHn w " riHiif iff fiVliJ 1 ;j sCcfil SJ 1 s 3trMJsmVi7.i 1 l?stJ k' I SATURDAY SPECIALS Look for the Big Blue Sign with Large $1 5 $5 oo and $6.00 l-ailles Dresse fills lot contains very sn.ippj styles anil arc beautifully trimmed In lace and embroidery. Public , Sale Trice $2.98 $."00 to $7 00 values In ladles' Skirts These arc hand tailored and come in serges, worsteds and bro cades, in both plain and fancy, Public Sale l'rlco $2.98 $3.50 values In large sire Comforts at n fraction of their real vnlue, cov ered with sllkollne and fancy cretons. Public Salo Price $1.69 $2 CO alues lu lle geese feather Pillow-- It will amply repay you to lay In your supply while they late at then Public Sate Price S1.29 $1C 50 Spring Coats Fancy mixtures latest cuts, full assortment of pat Urns to select from, green, blue, black and white, a real alue. Public Sale Price $6.98 $J 50 values In this spring's new est sty...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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