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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 30 May 1914

Bk A FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE Vol. 2, No 31 Tulsa-Okmulgee Nuptial To Be Big Social Event BSrRumored That Double Wedding May M Take Place Sunday Morning Uoforo the altar in tlio First llap tfst church of Okmulgee, at U o'clock Sunday morning, u wedding ceremon will bo performed which will termi nate a happy courtship of four yuirs standing and link two human hearts in a bond of now found Joy which only Btudents of Cupid's school is nccus tomed to exporiencu. Tho groom will be Lawyer J. H. Hoberts of this city, and tho brldo will bo Miss Audla M. Hoard of Okmulgee. Tho event will causo tho biggest social stir that Ok mulgeo haB experienced in years. Among those who will attend the ceremony from this city aro Dr. and Mrs. Jatnus, Lawyer and Mrs. Martin, Dr. J. J. McKeover, Prof. E. W. Woods and Prof. J. W.H ughes, prin cipals of tho High School and tho Dunbar schools respectively, Mr. and Mrs. Smithorman. Mr. Roborts Is a graduate ot the FIsk university and of tho law de...

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 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR . 1 Schoolboys eny tlioro aro too many switches along tlio road to knowludgo. JIado slnco IS 1G llanford's UalBam. Adv. Tlio namo of a Kusslnn nobleman la Boldom a pronounced success. Putnam Fadeless Dyes color In cold water. Adv. It requires lots of tlmo for a lazy man to do nothing. If you tti!i bciutiful. dear, wlilto clothes, u."o lied Crosa Hall Ulue. At all zoud grocirs. Adv. Most men who nro good nt guessing conundrums aro not much good at any thing olso. Dr. Pierce's Pellets, Mnn.ll, BURii-coited, enny to take as candy, rtaulato anl invig orate stomncli, liver and bowels and curs constitution. Adv. On His Way. Uoro Well, old chnpplo, what's go lug on? Old Chappie I am! London Tit Dlts. Stick to Your Intentions. Don't put off getting llanford's Unl earn of Myrrh until something hap pens Got It now and bo prepared for Rccldonta. You will find froquent ubo for It In your homo and In your stable for cuts, burns, bruises and any eoro, any lameness. Adv. A Man o...

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 1914

TULSA, OKLA.. STAR r MiriMrioNAL SmrSfflooL Lessor (Dy O. E. SELLERS. Director of Even Inj? Department The Moody Ulblo Insti tute of Chicago.) LESSON FOR MAY 31 THE GRATEFUL SAMARITAN. LESSON EXT-Luko 17:11-19. GOLDEN TEXT-"Vere there nons found that returned to civo Klory to Gocl savo this stranger?" Luke 17:13. Jcbub and his party nro on tliolr last Journey to Jorusalom, a most eventful Journoy. It led him botwoon Samaria nnd Galileo (v. 11, marg.) nnd Into, or through, nn unknown, un named village To us this Is tho most heroic nnd momentous moment In his tory. Jesus know that his hour wns nt hand. Ho knew all that awaited him In Jerusalem, yet ho "set his faco ns a flint" nnd nothing could turn him from his purpose, his. crowning work. Jesus, however, was never too busy or In too great hnsto to do a doed of compa8slonoto mercy. The Type of Sin. I. A Great Need, vv. 11-14. Wo nro familiar with tho awfulness of loprosy nnd thnt It Is n typo of sin. Like sin, leprosy begins within, ...

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 1914

TULSA, OKLA.. STAR THE TULSA STAR Printingand Publsh'mg CO. Publisher! Every Saturday at 501 North Greenwood Street. Kitefdl i4 immIjU-h rnitwr April II. 191.1, at the Pint Office at TuUa OtcUhnra. nnrW the Aet of M.ireh 3, 1879. A. J. SM IT HERMAN H. R, GRAHAM Mrs, O. B. Qmitherman auuacitifno.v rates On. T'ar Mix Month Throo Monlb What would be thought of a military general who in time of war conacentrated all of his fighting forces in one place? Why, we would all think him crazy, because when all of an army is clus tered in one place and surrounded by the enemy it will only be a mat ter of time before it is either captured or annihilated. The same would apply to the Negroes of America in political warfare it their voting power was all in one party. Fortunately for the Negroes of this country, we are rapidly becoming diversified in our politics. We realize that we have friends in all the parties, and ail the parties are gradually realizing that they have friends among the Negroes....

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. — 30 May 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR News Around the City J. S. KIRBr, City Circulator RiiSii)iiNCi:,-215 E.Cnmeron Mrs. Beulah Miller, of I'crry, vli litis been visiting her parunts in this nily returned to hoi home Tuesday. Don't forget Evans Cafe when you think of eming. Best meals in town. IIliiic cooking a spceenlty Little Chapel Faiichid, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Fairchild died at the home of its parents Monday. Lawyer G. W. Hutching, returned .Monday from Jackson. Tennessee, where he was nulled two wcol-s ago to the bedside of his mother, who was critically ill. Hev. Hicks is erecting a magnifi cent two story building on E. Brady. Mis. A. C. Jackson spent most of last week at the Clarcmore health sanlatortum. Mrs. Geo. V. Hunt, is conducting a wry attractive place at her old stand on East Archer, which is now known as "The Palace of Sweets" "The Beauty Parlor "aid "The Pal uce of Sweets" make a good combination. A building boom has struck the East end, and us a result several new b...

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. — 30 May 1914

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Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 30 May 1914

-.? TULSA, OKLA., STAR FAILS TO SECURE RECOGNITION Lady's Own Friends Assert .Could Not Recognize Her When Brought Face to Face. Arrltts, Vo. lira. D. J. Dowcn, of this town, makes tbo following state ment: "For 20 years I suffered with womanly troubles, and although I tried different treatments, I did not get any relief. I was unablo to look after any of my work, and my friends thought I could not get well. Finally, I began to tako Cardul, the woman's tonle, and I hadn't takon ono-thlrd of tho first bottlo, boforo I could notlco Its good effects. Now I can do all my work, feel llko I'm not moro than 16 years old, but am really 49. My own friends say I look so well, they don't rccognlzo mo when wo meet In tho road. My daughter Is using Cardul, and oho says It Is a Dno mcdlclno. I also havo a numbor of lady friends taking It, slnco they found out how It helpod me. Whonovor I feol a llttlo fatigued after a. day's extra hard work, I Just tako a doso of Cardul and am all right I can't s...

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. — 30 May 1914

I LAST M"caariiMtfMtMajaimMr3r.jrvt-7 Cfr FW MXMBMHtf'MfcSiffi MME3 S3 COI HI 11 LI L h I nL "EDTTTT ,T ON SATURDAY, MAY 30, our gigantic Public Sale ends, but before it closes you will want to par ticipate in the many alluring bargains offered for the closing week. All must be sold, and in order to accomplish this stupendous task we arc making additional and most drastic reductions on already ridic ulously low prices. Thousands and thousands of eager buyers have thronged the broad aisles daily since our opening, and will testify to the many proven values, yet in this, our mighty effort, all past proceedings will be far surpassed. Can you conceive of a more profitable plan for you or of a truer economy? ii i . i , 1 1 t A whirlwind of bully Bargains for the ilgMiSMSMgi&Mi&i MEN'S FURNISHINGS GOc Million In Moil's IjIiiu cluunbrn shirts, mailu full alio with collars attached of Amos- koag fust color chiimbrn 29c GOc miIiio In men's bolts. In black, tun or giey, with fancy buc...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 6 June 1914

c "-? V.W rt rl IM Wll' r A OUR SUBSCRIPTION LIST MAKES A VALOAOIX MCDtDM ron FEARLESS OF RIGHT l a un J miu I J US I ICE t ADVERTIS3ta i mipm0 rm ns' SUCCESSOR TO THE MUSKOGEE STAR - Y fwj ' - m r" N- i i -uft "I"iaiipi. zu - Vol. 2, No 32 Rem Covering The Entire State of Tulsa School Man Victim Of Little Cupid's Arrow Prof. J. W. Hughes Is "rnexpecu-illy" M arried At Okm u lgee Tho Boclal circles of Okmulgee wort somewhat Btnrtlod lust Sunday morn ing when tho news hml been g nernlly circulated that one of tho popular young women or that town had unlet ly becomo tho wife ot Prof. J. W. Hughes of this city Saturday nl.ht, June 30th. It was generally known that tho couplo wcro to get married but no ono expected It to happen who It did. Tho happy groom left this city Sat urday expecting tho ceremony to bo performed Sunday or Monday. Soon nfter ho arrived at Okmulgee, how over, he learned that tho brldo had planned a surprise for him as well as her friends and ho was compelled to make...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 6 June 1914

TULSA, OKLA, STAR h t I USEFUL CITIZEN" OHO JACOB A. RIIS WAS WIDELY KNOWN A3 SETTLEMENT WORKER AND WRITER. BEGAN LIFE AS IMMIGRANT BOY Served as a Carpenter's Apprentice, Drlel-maVer, Coal Miner and Ped dlerAchieved Fame as Author and Settlement Worker Ilarre, Mas. Jacob Auput Plla, widMy known a an author and t"'c 7n-rjt worker, died here after a , -g JHneta. He was better known :n New York tban eliowbf-re, as that c.ty waa the acene of hl HOwork. Wis wag the thirteenth ch'.U nl z Latin tearber in Kibe, Jutland Den mark. He wag born In ISO Vcng Itlla dc-ddnl to work with his rar.':s and b'-came a carpenter's appfut.ro The Tocatlon ho bad chosen d . no prevent blrn from falling In loe a.'h Elizabeth Nlelton, daaghtT of one of the richest men In his native town Dot she refused him, and when Jills was 21 years old, having learned his trade, be ombarkid for New York with only 14b in hir pocket. He spent half tb sum for a heavy navy pistol as roon an he landed "to fight Indians and des...

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. — 6 June 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR K l- Phone Block 3077 Liberty Cafe Mr. Lllllo Johnson, Pro?. Meals at All Hours Home Cooking a Specialty 16 N. Cincinosli Tolu, OkUbsma When in Town Call at The Peoples' Cafe 29 Nor,:n BoJ,on Flrat Clots MeaU Served at All Hours Open Day and Night J. L. Lockard, Prop. J. B. STRADFORD Real Estate, Loans and Investments Lota for Sale on Easy Terms PHONE 3386 301 N. GREENWOOD TULSA, OKLAHOMA WELDY BROS. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats and Lard " Buy and Sell Cattle, Hogs, Veal and all Kinds of Live Stock We Do Our Own Killing 21 E. 1st St. Phono 1158 Tulsa, Okln. CaU at the McPhearson Furniture Co. 120 E. First Street We cany a Full Line of Up-tO-Datc New and Second Hand Furniture at tho very Loweit ."ricci. We Exchange New for Old Furniture. Fi.ie line of Stoves Terms Cash or Credit Call and Give Us a Trial Wo Save You Money! PHONE 515 J. McPHEARSON, PROP. Directory of the' Ministerial Alliance TULSA, OKLAHOMA, 1913. Rev. C L. Nctherland, Pres., Re...

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. — 6 June 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR X'J THE TULSA STAR Printingand Publshlng CO. Published Every Saturday at 501 North Greenwood Street. UutorU ;u sii).miloI:iM imttor "April II, lulll, .it tlio Tout OlTIco at Tulsa Oklahoma, umlur the Aut of March U, 1870. A. J. SM1THERMAN H. R, GRAHAM Mrs. 0. B. Qmitherman EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Associate Editor SocietyEditor sunsoiuraoiN uatics On xHar till Mouth Throo Month ?I.U0 .00 .3.-, THE OKMULGEE SPIRIT. The editor spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at Okmul gee and while there took up some time with some of the men who are doing things there. There are about 3500 Negroes in Okmulgee and 75 per cent of them own their own homes, and many of them rent to the best classes of white people. Okmulgee has a number of wealthy Ne groes. Perhaps the foremost among thus eis John Key, a pioneer of the town, who has eight two-story buildings in the heart of the business district and twelve beautiful cottages in the best residence district in the city. Although he has...

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. — 6 June 1914

avis ''vijio 'v s t n vL i. News Around the City J. S. K1RBY, City Circulator Residencii,--215 E.Cameron Mm. II A G ie N pi uum; t spend ft few weeks in Colo. ado. The Midway Pnrk is attracting the crowds these Summer nights. AUK YOU A HOME BOOS TEH? Get in the STAR ooslcr Edition Lawyer II. A. Guess, innho busi ness trip to Lee, Okla. Tuesday Mrs. Baldrige, win granted a di vornc from her husband in Superior Court Monday. If yon want something good to eat stop at A Carr's place Rev. J. F. Kcrsh, pastor of the First Unptist church is said to be improving. Don't forget-TIIE TULSA STAR BOOSTER EDITION for Aug. 11. Don't forget Evans Cafe when you think of eating Best meals in town. Heme cooking a specealty Hon. E McDaniel, the noted rail road contractor, was a visitor in the city Monday. Rev. Perrin, Piesiding Elder, of the Tulsa District, held his qtiartei ly meeting at the A. M. E. Church, Monday night. When in town call at A Carr's place, i n the Gurley Building for something good ...

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. — 6 June 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR MRS. LYON'S ACHES AND PAINS Have All Gone Since Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound. Tcrro Hill, Pn. "Kindly permit mo to givo you my testimonial in favor of Lydla E. I'inklinm's Vegotablo Com pound. When I first began taking it I was suffering from femnlo troubles for soma timo and had almost all kinds of aches pains in low er part of back and In Bides, and press ing down pains. I could not sleep and had no nppetito. Slnco I havo taken Lydia E. Plnkham's Vogotablo Com pound the aches and pains aro all gono and I feel llko a new woman. I cannot praisoyourmcdlcino too highly. "Mrs. Augustus Lyon, Terro Hill, Pa. It is truo that nnturo and a woman's work nos produced tho grandest remedy for woman's ills that tho world has over known. From tho roots and herbs of tho field, Lydia E. Pinkham, forty years ago, gave to womankind a remedy for their peculiar ills which has proved mora efiicacious than any other combination of drug3 over com pounded, and tulny Lyd...

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. — 6 June 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR I ii fcv JNIHMTIONAL SlDSaiOOL Lesson (By O. E. SELLERS, Director of Even ing Department The. Moody Blblo Inatl tute of Chicago.) LESSON FOR JUNE 7 COMING OF THE KINGDOM. LE8SON TEXT-Lulce 17:20-37. OOLDEN TEXT--LO. the Kingdom of God 1b within you." Luke, 17:21. I. The Kingdom Present, vv. 20, 21. Tho Pharisees held eomo peculiar ideas about tho coming of tho king dom. Contrary to their Ideas thero nro no special outward signs to herald Its coming. Tho word "observation" v. 20, Is an astronomical ono and sug gests that tho kingdom was to como In a bodily shapo from tho sky, a cur rent expectation on tho part ot tho Pharisees. In answer to tho boastful Pharisees (v. 20) Jesus plainly told them that ho himself Is tho kingdom, and that that kingdom was in their midst or "among you," soo (.v. 21) margin. Their question was a fllrpant one, ono of unbelief, and to It Jesus makes a characteristically brief, but clear ro ply, that partook of tho naturo of a rebuke. Tho k...

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. — 6 June 1914

TULSA, O K L A., SnnR -iw r Special for Saturday And Monday At The Big Sale fk't 20,000 Yards of Percale, regular 8c value at 5C 12jc Ginghams at per yard oc 10c Ginghams at only a,. 500 Ladies Waists worth ' $1.50 at only $2.50 at ... $5.00 to go at $3.00 to go at only One lot at three for a dollar. i)3e -$1.48 .$2.98 $1.98 SI IOIIS at less than factory price. 10 Yards Hope Muslin $1.00 500 Men's Suits worth $25.00 at 300 Men's Suits worth $20.00 at . 200 Men's Suits worth $15.00 at .. $12.50 $9.98 $6.90 300 Straw Hats worth $2.00 at 200 Panama Hats worth $6.00 at .$1.25 .$3.98 Hoys' Knee Pants worth 75c at . De-st Work Shirts in the city 35c or three for . Best Union made Overall in city regular $1.00 at. -48c -$1.00 .75c Harlow rokerage Busiest Store in the Cityt All Brands of Calico 4c Jenette Says Jack Johnson Will Win MOHAN NOT IN SAME CLASS WITH THE DIG DLACK FIGHTER. Joo Jeunotto Is positive that Jack JohiiHon, ovun If ho enters the rliiR on clutches, will slaughter Frank Mo...

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 1914

r rv i FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE m 000imtmt i Vol 2, No 33 Covering The 12 itire State of Remember The Star B rSWhite V" A ccuse World-Sun Publishes Sensation al Story of Alleged Crime ; But is Silent When Ne- iro Is Indicated i ( To Protect Indian Lover Who "Peat Her Up" White Girl Cnarges Negro Porter With Vicious Crime; And As iTsMia'. Daily Paper Tells Only One Side of Story- The Tulsa Hvonlng Sun, tlio 11 o'clock edition of the Tulbii World, ot Tuesday, Juno 9th, published, under bold black-face head linos on thu front pago a sonsatlonnt story about n Negro porter at tlio St. Hegis room ing house assaulting u young whlto woman in her room early Tuesday morning. .Ilminlo Nichols, tlio porter at tlio St. Uegln was arrested and put in Jail Tuesday and tlio" 3 o'clock Issuo of thu World-Sun published tho snme (sensational story ngain, telling how tho plucky white woman bad fought -desperately for at leaBt flvo m!uti ""uoforo help camo to rescue her from tho dusperato c...

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 1914

TULSA. OXLA S T ITUBTITCOHES: UERTJI WILL Q rV .... EVC. F VEO A-'-PS CAN SECURE PAC'F'CA- ON OF REPUBL C BUT HE'S STILL OH THE JOB Steamer Antilia Clears hew rsr at Tamesc. 'nam Falla, OiL-Oi-. . preparing to resign. H rtpmumttw at tb : - i '-rwrne to aaoac f, i: - !- neither mistake at; .- - , - '-! iBtOfMt" woI4 Jif-r. v. .Jrawal wbea oik Mmko - ;-. 1 'hllr pacified- and 111 ior-L--- ."-edisg Ua is to constitute n.a i ': coaat tm tbe Mpport of public ; t.on Is Mexico TJ.- Mexican delegates la b-ir for r'ki statement revealed that they had i ! instructed from the em to it 1' '" tbe mediator that General Hu "ta personality wonld sot be an ' ;'-! toward resublnc a peaceful t"mrat. They alao stated that the :cteraal lit oat ton ta Mexico vac '---sarUy bored n vha lateraa t)'Dkl questions." and that thU frlt h'i actuated them is covins; to the f.KjUUon conference Coincident with fce atiaotmcMztent by the Mexican del te of their pofitloo, the media ton Mt.t a not by mail to the represe...

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 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR ANNIE'S LOVE AFFAIR By QEORQE MUNSON. When Jim Maine went after any thing he went after It tooth and nail. That was the spirit In which he went after Miss Martha Crowe's property. Martha Crowe had bad the reputa tion of a miser, hut nobody lmaglnod that, In addition to tho cottago In which she nnd Miss Annlo, her niece by marriage, dwelled, she had nine thousand dollars In the bank, tho fruit of hoarding and clever Investment. And die will that old Malno produced gnvo him everything except tho cot tago and the land on which It Btood. It was Annie's engagement to Tom Clallln that provoked tho old womon's rago. Annlo had been a drudge ever since her aunt adopted her at tho ago of ten, fifteen years before. No body bad thought that tho plain, quiet girl would over marry. Hut Clallln, tho young lawyer, Baw underneath the plain exterior saw tho heart of gold and tho sterling character and loving naturo, long subdued and repressed, but not killed. Annlo had longed to la...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 13 June 1914

TULSA, O K L A., STAR Baptist Rally At THE TULSA STAR Printingand Publshing CO. Published Evor Saturday at 501 North Greenwood Street. Sapulpajune J 9 The State Uaptists Convention will PTJR n vn j re CO. -Now in Our New Location - hold n big rally at Sapulpn on the 19th, 20th and 21st to raise money to coinpleto tho preliminary arrange ments for the erection of tho State Ilaptist College Ground will bo broke on ono of those days for the building. A very eluborato program will bo rendered. THF PPM' Hitoril i iiiiil jliM ni'tyr April II. 1UI.I, .it ttio 1'ust Udlca at-TulHa Okl.ilioiin, mi lor thti Act of M ireli .1, 1370. A. J. SM1THERMAN EDITOR AND PUBLISHER H, R, GRAHAM Associate Editor Mrs, O. B. Qmitherman SocietyEditor SUILSCItlPTIOX UATKS Out ar ..... $1.00 bii .Moutli .... ,CU Tlireo Mi in tli . . .; 109 Bo First Street Sin p. Don't fail lo get in the Oklahoma Booster Edition of" The Tuls: Of course the Tulsa spirit will be the dominnnt spirit at Mus kogee in August. Tulsn wi...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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