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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 13 June 1914

a v j. s 'v i m o 'v s i n j. k' i f - V News Around the City J. S. KIRBY, City Circulator I4ksiukncij,.-215 EtCatneron Miss Jessie Hall is on the sick list this week. Ki'V. J. II. Peters, was a caller nt lhe Star Office .Monday. f!o to the Hast cud Studio for good Photos. Adv'. Airs. Z. 12. HoUlernoss, was among the indisposed lust week. The Midway Park is attracting the crowds thcie Summer nights. ARE YOU A HOMEBOOSTER? Oct in the STAR rooster Edition. If you want something p;ood to eat stop at A Carr's place All the teachers of this city aic nl tending the normal in Xlu.'kogee Don't forget-THE TULSA STAR BOOSTER 1'DITION for Aug 1 1. Send you i picture home to the old folks. East end Studio. Adv. J. 0. Taylor, a prosperous farmer of S'ewby, was in the city Tuesday Nathan DeVoe, a student in the Lungstoii University, is in the City visiting. D. II .Murphy, spent Sunday in Jenks visiting h s sister. "Irs. XI C. Walker. The infant child of XIrs Georgia Brown, 313 N. Frankfort, .vh h...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 13 June 1914

TULSA, OKLA.. STAR It was her husband who finally brought home RUB -NO -MORE. Nowshe's enthusiastic about it. She had in tended to buy RUB-NO-MORE WASHING POWDER. But over looked it. Don't you overlook it HUB-NO -MORE WASHING I'OWDLR Is a buiIIcss dirt re mover for clothes. It cleans jour dishes, sinks, toilets and cleans and sweetens your milk crocks. Il kills germs. It does not need but water, RUB-NO-MORE Car bo Nantha Soap RUB-NO-MORE Washing Powder Five Cents All Grocers The Rub-No-Morc Co., Ft. Wayne, lad. Anecdote of Sargent. Parisian disciples of nn Illustrious nnd Hither pompous French patntor nro telling a neat story against lilm. Lnst autumn ho was, with most of European society, In Venlco Ho saw n pnliitor sketching tho Uow of tho Qrnnd canal. Somo Innocent amateur, tin ' uut. Ho wont up, looked nt tho Ekftch, nnd lilted It. "Not bad, sir; not baj nt all," ha said, and addrl: "You ought to txu:t In Paris. Scml something to tho Art!-ten I'mnciJa, and mention my namo. Hero ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 13 June 1914

. ;r p L TULSA, OKLA, STAR rai iNIBMriONAL smrsoiooL Lesson (By O. E, SELLERS, Director of Even ing Department Tho Moody Blblo InstU tulg of Chicago) , LESSON FOR JUNE 14 urn rvnr Hl-K f A r-'ff lll.ll LAI Ull GAINED ON TRIP i THE FRIEND OF SINNERS. LESSON TEXT-Luke 1S.9-H; 19:1-19. GOLDEN TEXT "I enmo not to call the righteous but sinners." Mark 2:17. Pound That Ladies in State Agreed With Her on One Important Question. Mangham, La. Mrs. Liza Barber, f this town, who has returned from a trip in West and Mlddlo Tennessee, has tho following to say; "J hay? been on a trip In Mlddlo and West Tonnes oo whoro I found many ladles using Cardul, tho woman's tonic, Whllo traveling I took croat rjleasuro in tell- Tho first section of our lesson Is tho I ing what It had dono for me I not beginning of a new paragraph (boo ' oniy praised Cardul but advlsod poor It. V.) and contains ono of tho Mas- I gufforlng womon to tako It. I know ter's best-known parables. Immedl- that Cardul cured mo and I ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 13 June 1914

TULSA. OK LA, . - R I ' r .1 ? 4 Special for Sati J , At The UrCldy Ally, nluiiuay Big Sale , A '(.(XX) Yanls of Percale, regular Sc value at 12' jc Ginghams nt per yard 10c Ciinpliams at only 500 Ladies Waists worth $1.50 at only ... $2.50 at $5.00 to ro at . S.HXJ to po at only . ... .... One lot at three for n dollar. 5c ...9e ...Go 93c $1.B .$2.9S $1.98 SIIOF.S at le" than factor) price. 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 ...$9.9S - $6.90 300 Straw Hats worth $2.00 at . ... 200 Panama 1 lats worth $6.00 at . ... -$1.25 $3.93 l'ojs' Knee I 'ants worth 75c at .- liest Work Shirts in the city 35c or three for .... Mest Union made (erall in cit regular $1.00 at. 4Sc $1.00 75c I 10 Yards Hope Muslin $1.00 SJBKeCEiJaEESl Harlow Brokarage fiusiest Store in the City EgSFlM'frT'i-''tKSK All Brands Calico 4c of Jenette Says Jack ! Johnson Will Win MORAN NOT IN SAME CLA3S WITH THE BIG BLACK FIGHTER. Joe Jeuuette lh p...

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. — 20 June 1914

r. A FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE mmim0 'fi Vol. 2, No 34 G a U 1 '& JL Covering The Entire Stale of j Rac iron Wounded Man Refused Admission to Pottsvlll'e (Pa.) Hospital Dies. Tho ovll effects or raco prejudice woro brought prominently to public view In PottsvHIe, l'.i., on May 20. when nn effort was mndo to have Georgo Daxter, who had been severe ly wounded in a mine explosion, ad mitted to tho 1'ottsvlllo hospital. Mar tin Dolan, a contract miner for whom Georgo Baxter worked, obtained a mandamus which would have admit ted tho wounded man to tbo hospital, but while tho authorities of tho Insti tution wero wrangling in court over Baxter' admission ho died. Ono of Baxter's eyes had been blown out wiillo at -work and tho other seri ously Injured, which required u speedy operation. Mr. Dolan offered to pay all tho extra cxpenso of a private ward but tho hospital officials refused to permit Baxter's . cntmnco (UnJ.ll tho board of managers consented, although a section I...

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. — 20 June 1914

F TULSA. OKLA.. STAR k. SENOR DON JUAN RIANO WILLIAM '. M'COMBS For Every Kind of Lameness IE I t TOLLS REPEALED ANTI-TRUST BILL FREEGDflS I 1 1 PNv ; l!llllll!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllirillll!lllllllllllllll William F. McCombs, chair- S man of the Demoerntlc national 5 H committee, Is n candidate for the nomination for United States S senator from New York. liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii PEACE ENVOYS SIGNED PROTOCOL U. S. WINS LONG BATTLE FOR ELIMINATION OF DICTATOR. Provisional President Likely To Re Member of the Constitution alist Faction. Niagara Falls, Ont. Delegates from lie United States and the Iluorta gov ernment have formally alllxed their Miniatures In the. presence of the me diating representatives of Argentina. Brazil anil Chile to the drat protocol of tho series through which it Is hoped to restore peace in Mexico. The agree ment ns to the manner of transferring executlvo power from Iluerta to tho new provisional...

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. — 20 June 1914

TULSA, O K L A.. STAR ." W- 1-1 U, . 7, ' fc fflfr ' AFRD-AIWER1CAW CULL1IMGS I I Hampton lnstltuto Is an undenom inational school (or tho training ot toachcra and leaders In agriculture, tho trades and community work. Dr. Ueorgo P. Phonlx, vlco-prlncl-"pal of Hampton liiBtltuto, has Bald: "Moral qualities, which In tho aggre gato mako strong character as well as economic efficiency, nro developed through the combination of Industrial work by day and academic w"ork by night, as they could not be by either alone, and longer hours are made pos sible In tho trade, agricultural and do mestic sclcnco dcp.irtments. "Every student In tho trado school lias ono hour of study early In tho morning, eight hours of work In tho trado school, and two hours of aca demic work In tho evening period. This makes 11 hours a day, outsldo of which ho must got tlmo for meals, tho caru of his room, religious serv ices and recreation. Yet the students gain In health nnd skill, In scholarship and In character...

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. — 20 June 1914

TULSA, OKLA, B T A It - - - t 3 gq-. j " Political Announcements THE TULSA STAR Priaiiaand Fsblshiag CO. Pt&ttsfe! Stw Saturday at 501 Jforth Grsenwood Street. iirl K -el tMr April IC UU, si tfce P Ofi kt T Okfe-lvus, imj tkJM Xwtl , 1ST. . 7. Si!JTHRLSA!i H. P.. GRAHAM Mrs. 0. B. Sznfihersian EDITOR AUD PUBLISHER Associate Editor Sozhty Editor BVWKMmOtS HkTJSi 71 wt UtXl J Sur. Don't (ail to f t in Um Oklahoma Booster Edition of The Take TME GEM! Ki;RNrri;Hi-ccx. - Now in Our New Location- 90i E. First Street Attend Our Big- Sale of ALL NEW and Up-to-date Furniture This Week. o Our Refrigerators are the best on the best on the market Of cunt th Tulsa spirit will be the dominant sntstt at lins- bofec in Angnst. Tuts will be there with the goods in the Sue's OMAomt Bosniar Edition. t iHtw fcanflJnc 7W cms in OHnaasa am fa ssesflsnt Mtsstatt kw-rtrttfe WWW'. The Tnlsa Star is now general? reoognraed an the Irsding; Col ored nnper nobluhed in the Statoin ifcc Sonthwet fee that nut ...

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. — 20 June 1914

TULSA, O K L A., STAR L-J- News Around the City J. S. KIR3Y, City Circulator RnsiDKNCH,-215 E.Camcron Go to the Knst end Studio for good Photos. Adz. iMost of the city teachers mo at tending the summer Normal at Mus kogee AREYQU A HOME BOOSTER? Get in the STAR oostcr Edition. J G S'ins hnrbeeu on tlie sick list n few day. this week. Rut is up again. ' If you want something good to eat stop at A. Carr's place Mrs. Mary Swinger the popular calercss of Nortn flrecnuood leaves soon for Kansas City, for a short slay. Don't fo'gat-TIIK TULSA STAR BOOSTER MJITIOXfor Aug. 11. Greei wood is looking more and more metropolitan each day as the work on tho mar.y new brick build ings near?- completion. WANTED:- Young man and a voting w man to travel for Tin: Tulsa Stak. Cooil positions for right parties Must give reference Call or write Tiik Tulsa Stak 501 N. Greenwood. Tulsa, Olka Don't forget Evans Cafe when you think of eating. Best meals in town. Heme cooking a specealty -Have you seen the ST...

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. — 20 June 1914

TULSA. OKLA., STAR Sawdust It sold at (40 a ton la Canada. Don't be mldftl. Ask for Tted Cross Rail lllue Makes beautiful wuite clothes, At til food grocers. Adv. Occasionally n woman plloa so much hair on the back of her head that It (tils her chin up. BAD TETTER ON HANDS R- F D. Xo. 1. Crltx. Va "I had tetter on say hands so badly that I could hardly do anything. It would bejrta to com la clear white blisters, then they would burst aud peel oS all over and crack: and bleed My hand were so sore and Itched so badly I could not rest day or night. I could not put them la water nor do lay reg ular work. 1 trid medicine and several differ ent kinds of cream on them bat they get worse Instead of better. Nothing ' d d me any good until I tried Cutlcura Soap and Ointment And now my hands ar perfectly well and all right" tS'soeal Miss Ellen Tudor, Nor. 19. 1912 I'uticum Soap and Ointment sold th-vu shout th world Sample of each fr with JI-jv Skin Book Address post- card Cutlcura, Dept L. Bo...

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. — 20 June 1914

TULSA, O K L A., STAR "3 r FROM ARMENIAN COOKS RECIPES THAT ARE WELL WORTH CONSIDERATION. Economical and Nutritious Prepare , tlons Made Possible Through the Use of Green Things' That Na- ture Lavishly Provides. Jhls 1b tho Benson for squaring up accounts with Mother Naturo and the world at largo. If you havo been over- . eating, cut down and cliango jour diet, overworking, cease for a llttlo and j tako breath; too closely housebound, let things go for a day or Uo and get out Into tho fields, following tho nee- dlo of your nature that points toward tho country. And first, tho diet. Aro you eating plenty of cress, plenty of spinach, onion nnd greens of all sorts? Vegetablo salads should bo on tho tablo onco or twlco a day, and below I am going to glvo you some Armenian uIbiici whoro very llttlo meat, com bined with vegetables and seasoning?, , mako hearty, nutritious, acceptablo and extremely economical dishes. , Spinach With Meat. -Ingredients: Meat, ono pound of mutton or lamb fat ...

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. — 20 June 1914

I TULSA, OKLA- 3 5? - R Special for Saturday And Monday At The Bi Sale 20' V ,- j'trca'.e regular 8c value at 12, c G-.nifhar.-., at jer yard , 10c Gingfaamt at only -0 Men's Suit worth $25.00 at 300 Men's Suits worth $20.00 at . 3CO Men's Suits worth $15X0 at .$12.50 $W0 9c Oz SCO Ladies Waitu $1.50 at only . $2 SO at $sm to worth 9Sc -51. -as f at $3.00 to fo at atiy One lot at three for a dollar $2.98 S1.9S SHOES at os than i.c,Ts pn-e 3C0 Straw Hats worth $2X0 at 200 Panama Hats worth $6X0 at -$1.25 .53.93 Boys' Knee Pants worth 75c at Bet Work Shirts in the city 35c or three for iet Uni ..n made Oierall in c.t regular $1.00 at. 48c -$1X0 75c 10 Yards Hope Muslin Sl.00 Harlow Brokerage fiusiest Store in the Cityt All Brands Calico 4c of HOME UNDERTAKING CO. Furneral Directors and Embalmers' We cary our own outfit and a full, complete siock oi nign class furneral goods WM. RAGS DALE & SONS V W trv.it vjhi Day Phone 710 Njg,lt Phone 1 323 X. Second Street Muskogee, Oklahoma B ...

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. — 27 June 1914

-U4C6- ($ f .- A OUR SUBSCRIPTION LIST MAKES A VALUABLE MconiM ron ADVCRTlSWa FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE lO n mm0-imr-0 m0 SUCCESSOR TO THE MUSKOGEE STAR -. I -XBssa- . I mmmm a nmSm-fk m7kmmmm m m: V Vol. 2, No 3- Get in The 01 Covering The Entire State .if Larger Death Rate Due Poor Blacks As Well To Know More Says a Leading Buffalo Dally News paper Segregation Means Colored People Are Herded In the Most Un healthy Streets and Houses to Stop Segregation Laws Is Greatest Check to High Death Rate of -Colored Peo ple. I From the Uuffulo Kxpress) The mortality figures for tho year 1913 aro out In a special census bulle tin. It Is significant that four suites In tho registration nrea which havo a Negro population of over 10 pur cont Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina and Virginia should average 15 dcnth3 por thousand of population, while a group with equal population, hut fewer Negroes Wisconsin, "Wash ington, Vermont nnd Minnesota av erages 11.5. And hero 1b tho death rate...

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. — 27 June 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR c I BY ONE'S HOIE House Bound, in a Measure, to Take on the Individuality of Its Owner. PEOPLE HAVE VARYING IDEAS independence In Construction Gives Charm to American Towns When Not Overdone Model Shown Here Would Make an Ideal Abode. Dy WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Mr Wllllnm A. Itnclforcl will answer juctlnn nnd bIvo advice Klli:i: OV COHT on nil Mibjccln pertnlnln to tlio mibjtct of bulMlnir, for tlio renders of this jrnpir On nccount of lih wide experience m lMltor, Author nnd Mnnufncturer, h l. without doubt, the lilxliest authority on nil these sulijecls. Address nil Inquiries to Wllllnm A. Hndford, No. UTJ I'ralrlo venue, Chlcniro. Ill, nnd only endue two cent stump for reply. Thoro nro a great many different kinds of roofs covering a grent mnny stylus of houses, nny ono of which mny look well If It Is rightly propor tioned, won mnilo nnd In keeping with tlio Iioubo It Is Intended to cover A. good denl nlso depends upon tlio styls nnd appearance of other bulldlngB 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. — 27 June 1914

TULSA, OKLA.. STAR h " POULTRY HCTS CAUSE OF POULTRY DISEASE Damp Litter Responsible for Mora Colds and Cases of Roup Than Extreme Low Temperature. (Hy A. C. SMITH. Minnesota Experiment ,. Station.) rho modern poultry house usually depends upon ventilation to prevent it from becoming uncomfortable from excesslvo humidity, which la an ex ceedingly dllllcult thing to do during a prolonged period of damp weather. Utter la usually of such material that it absorbs water readily and at such times as mentioned nbovo becomes In tolerably damp. Hocause of the fowla' close and constant contact, damp litter causes moro colds and cases of roup than extremely low tempera.ures, and is on that account most damaging to SSnHHSjftdnFfl VWM'C'jBJ Demand lie rtnulne BBaaaHLiaaaaaaaaaaaVtiif V.37 t,y luU name BBbBKSSBImSIb I v? J mm Nlcknamea encourijfl neavnuH9 ?X1SB aubitltullon. 9-T5Ztli!!S-' J Ks The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, Ga. 'CftglC u i tvyjyx yfftaixxiV I fit s -(11 i u ocrrorji , inLLunu;7 VV"s...

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. — 27 June 1914

tulsa; okla., star THE TULSA STAR Printingand Publshlng CO. Published Every Saturday at 501 North Greenwood Street. Kitorol -u 9aoil-oU- mittor April II. 1013, at tho I'ost OOIco at TulHa Oklahoma, uoilur tho Aot of March 3, 1870. A. J. SM IT 'HERMAN H. R. GRAHAM Mrs, 0. B. Smitherman A. P. BLAKEMORZ EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Associate Editor SocietyEditor Traveling Representative BUD.SCK1VTIO.V RATES On- ar Hlx Month Throo Mnulh $1.00 .60 .35 Star. Don't fail to get in the Oklahoma Booster Edition of The Tulsa Of course the Tulsa spirit will he' the dominant spirit at Mus kogee in August. o Tulsa will he there with the goods in the Star's Oklahoma Booster Edition. Tho cropB In Oklahoma are In excellent condition mid a record breaking harveHt Is assured. The Tulsa Star is now generally recognized as the leading Col ored paper published in the State in the Southwest for that mat ter. We arc going sonic 1 o It's funny how well sonic people like to be lauded by the press, and how earnest th...

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. — 27 June 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR News Around the City J. S. KIRBr, City Circulator RiiSliiNCK,--215 E.Cameron Go to the East ctul Studio lor good Photos. Ail ARE YOU A HOME BOOSTER? Get in the STAR onster Edition If you want something good to eat stop at A Can 's place Don't lo-get-TIIE TULSA STAR IiOOSTER LDITION f..r Aug M. Send yoiu picture- home to the old folks E ist end Studio. Ailv The Tulsa Oileis took the count from the Dartesvillo Mines Sunday unci the Hartesvillc boys relumed hotiiJ with n complete victory to their credit. Don't forget Evans Cafe when you think of eating Upsi meals in town. H( me cooking a specialty WANTED:- Young man and a young w man to travel for Im. Tulsa Stau. "ord positions for right parties Must givu icfeiencc Call or write Tin: Tu.sa Siak oOl N. Greenwood. TuLsa, Olka. Have you seen the STAR MAN about the BOOSTER EDITION? When in town call at A Carr's place, i n the Gurley BuilJi ig for something good to" eat. Have a cut I made of your- home to run iu the Boost...

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. — 27 June 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. — 27 June 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR rL X IN THE OPEN ROAD By QEORQE ELMER COBB. All winter long Sydney Blair Mvod 1n n 6x10 room In a poor lodging houBe. Ho did light housekeeping, so light at times that heat. Illumination and oven food wero under ecllpso for. days. It wns thon that he huddled close undor tho bedclothes daytimes, stealing out nights to gather up a jow morsels In his unique way. Ho was a poet at soul. As to hU ct Xusionc, only thrlco In his llfo had he received real pay from a real publica tion. This had not broken him of the jcetlc habit, howevor. Ho watched tho blrthdayB of people, groat festal events, all kinds of occasions where an acrostic, a tribute, an euloglum would catch tho fancy of tho rich and bring dn a few dollars for tho effort. The present winter had been a hard one for poor Dlnlr, however. Ho was obliged to wrlto advertising doggerel, and this discouraged him. "Oh. for tho tlmo to hit tho road!" ho pined, and with tho first venturo some robin reported In tho city par...

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. — 27 June 1914

F TULSA. OKLA, R - An Ode to Old Black Mamy The follnwcritig strikeing j)eom was read by Senator Gordon of Mis sissippi in liis farewell ndbreas to the Senate a few years ago It is a beautiful obituary tothc "Olil Hlnck M my" from a icn! human heart. Tills coining from Missbsip pi brings us a plcipant relief from the senseless jamon and foo'ish prat tl"of Senator Vardaman who comes from the twine Stale Tho dear old black mammy, so gcntlo and tend r, So faithful and true to her trust. I loAcd her so well I dared not offend her; Sho is gone, yet I honor her dust. From tho wells of my heart arise tears of i egret; Tiio' she sleeps 'i oath tho sod, 1 can never forget. She was lovely to mo in her colored bandanna, HOME UNDERTAKING CO Furneral Directors and Embalmers We cary our own outfit and a full, complete stock of high class furneral goods WM. RAG-SDALE & SONS I'ltOPUIHTOItS D.iy I'hono 710 323 N. Second Street Summer Suits Made to Measure. $15. Next Door to Western Uti'on DUNDEE...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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