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

TULSA, OKLA., STAR -r m T b . . .C" ; :Jra r News Around the City J. S. KIKBY, City Circulator ' Residencb,215 E.Cameron Go to the East end Studio for good Photos. Ad. ARE YOU A HOME BOOSTER? Get in the STAR nnstcr Edition If you want something good to eat stop at A Cair's place G. W. Gurloy is visiting South McAlester Mrs. L. M. Taylor of YWIekn is visiting Mrs. II G. (iriffiu of this city. Don't f o-got-TIIE TULSA STAR BOOSTER EDITION for Aug. 11. Send your picture home to the old folks. East end Studio.--Adv Have a cut made of your home to run iii the Booster Edition. Mrs Dr. Key and C W. Henry, of this city left Tuesday morning for a short visit at Claremire. The Public Library of this City is now locatcn in the rent of the Strnd ford buildcn 301 north Greenwood. Don't forget Evans Cafe wften you think of eaiing. Best meals in town. Home cooking a specealty .Mrs. D. Mokes of Tuft is visiting her cousin Mrs. J. S. Kirby this week. When in town call at A Carr's place, i n the Gurl...

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 July 1914

TULSA, 6UA, STAR X B I SIM MINIMS F SUCH IS REPORT OF COMMERCE COMMISSION TO SENATE. EVERY KNOWN FORM OF GRAFT Was Resorted to by the Directors.. Negligence Reached Crim inal Stage, Declares In state Body. Washington TJio story of the "reck less and proflgnto" nnnnclal opera tlons of tho Now Haven railroad, ono of tlio most remarkable chapters In tho history of American railroading nnd American finance was revealed in part by tho Interstate coumcrco commission In a report to tho senato of Investigations of that road. It told of millions used llko stngo money, of corporations as pawns In n monster gamo with all New Knglnnd's transportation as a prize which led tho Now Haven In tho ten years Just passed from tho height of prosperity to tho point whero a dividend lias boon passed and where criminal suit is threatening nnd whero criminal in dltcmonts of many of tho directors who figured in deals nro nt least n possibility. Hampered by unwilling wltnosses, by burned books and by all tho ...

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 July 1914

r TULSA. O K L A. STAR ,- AT OKLAHOMA ' Orto Of tho big vaudeville feature Wttio eighth annUal Oklahoma Stato iFalr. and Exposition, Oklahoma City, .ilSqptqnibor 22 to October 3, 1914, will , bo l,oyiQr'p Now Yonc 'lippodrorao elophantB. Porovcn years this won derful ' adt has been staged at tho faammoth Now Ybrk Hippodrome, and lt;wlll he, seea In tho Southwest for tho llrat time. Without aupstlon, it J i ,i.PlW?r'" Nevv Y"k Hippodrome Elep hants, one of the hig vaudeville acts 4ja "e K'ahoma State, Fair and Exposition this year. v. ls'deolarcd to bo tho best elephant loiact.in.thd World l:' TJo elephants -work as though they is.'SPJ?? Jtn'ind two of thcin aro put ,1 ,tfjrj)ygli fndfvidunl routines by ladles. Hooks ure novcr usod nml It Is r.irplv necessary for tho trailers to glvp tho word of command loud enough tft bo i-"' ue'ar'd' by tho 'audience. When charm ..lngyonng Indies "out put ponderous . beasts through routines .embracing ,. . all (porta of expericriens, such as cat- t...

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 July 1914

o J TULSA, OKLA., STAR Special Hosiery VnCTTtr I r,Vllfl)Jjril')'MWll'')l"'''ll)lll)lllil'llllllllilllll,l'lllll1yBHWWTWPBrWPWW a - s "I would bo in my grave but for Dr. MiW Heart R smedy 1 ci -id not vulk ncruH-i thn I u nil u dneto-tl 1 li:il tM my I UitiJ I liml ciiiiHiimptlon. A laily to 1 mo to t.y Dr.Milea' Heart Remedy I int urnl " J5-n" worth anil 1 cot Iwttcr. l vi Ik'i"! 115 pounR I now wtlgh lit), ntul I nwo my hwtlth to Ur. MIIWI' Remfdie." Mr. Fred WIIUo, It. r. D. No. 13, Allen, .Midi. Mot people who use Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy have the same ex perience Mrs. Wiltsc had. 'hey Kct better. A medicine that .iables a weak heart to regain lost strength without ihpiessing effect', is the best to use. Th first bottle li nuarf .!! to bintflt or your driiagltt o'vo back tin price. ,, .... .., -rcrv; sjrrKia Conscl6ntlou. An editor of n New York mngatlna recently received a story of which tho scenf vns laid In the state ol Washington, llo wltihcd to havo thi story llltistratcd, a...

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. — 1 August 1914

t -?- "A 1$ V 1 0 A FEARLESS PTDAUFUW ( SUBSCRIPTION bl wlTbn OF RIGHT n - LIST MAKES A VALUABLE j JUSTICE A NY1 medium ron ADVCHTISlNa tWWiiXIM a y-an. " wS.S. "T NX VvA " 7 i sy 2ZJ , "fcMm- H-M-M MK 5WI 11 - & ii , u Official Organ of The Vol. 2, No 40. Get in Covering The Entire State of America's Last White Hope Defeated Additional Proof That Johnson Has Conquered The Best Of Them What Flamgan Said. America has lost its last white hope when Georges Cn-pentier, French champion defeated Gunboat Smith of U. S. A. in London Thurs day, July , 16th. " Smith's defeat camn in the sixth round, ' he referee's d cision being given to the French for a foul blow by Smith. The de cision is the fubjoct uf considerable controversy, but had the fight wont the scheduled twenty rounds and Carpcnticr had defeated Smith in the very last round, there would have been the same dissatisfaction fortius fight was the dying effort of tho American newspnpors to find a while man to wrest tho title from ...

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. — 1 August 1914

TULSA. OKLA.. STAR ... mwm ciliis "Tlio fnnn In tlm place for tho Ico plo of my rnco," nald II. I. HwlriK, In rcforrliiK to tho Knw Vnlloy Truck Farm company. "Wo nlm to corno to Kantian City and hlro our help. Men who aro loafing around tho street cor ners now will ho Riven an opportunity to earn good v.anea nnd also will bo taught practical farming In all Its branches "Wo nro now employing nlno men at tho farm and will have, employ ment for CO when harvest time comcB. Ar fast ns our capital will permit wo will lease- other lands, carrying out tho Hamo system In voguo at our present location, which wo call Farm No. 1. Judge) Hlnifl of KansnH City, Kan , has promised that ho will parole, to us somo of tho negroes sentenced for mi nor offenseB, so that wo may make bet ter men of them " Among somo of tho Ideas Ewlng has put to practical uho In his plan for lntonslvo farming Is In tho rais ing of spinach. This ho drills In and cultivates thoroughly, resulting In a plant that commands a...

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. — 1 August 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR nrinp-nrniTrn OKLAHOMA'S NEW STATE HOUSE ft JE PEACE DELEGATES s&a8 .rfH Luncheon Delicacies 'CARABAJAL APPOINTEES WILL MEET CARRANZA TO TRANS FER AUTHORITY. Drlnl W. ilkeil wtlrt lliio, hiclory moll uJ with a choice Hitoi thai you VI1 tttottnUt. Vienna Sauuce full rMit f It". Hotl, of to ten colA Try th'M wJ U iMm Cdl tr ltf J U thin ilicn, n'J vrilhutimol build nnd rrmoTcruitf. Cult Lilbr'aVl'T)naSauugtnKaII, lenlhwh,lirontiiJ. Plieflontopof llwMuMgj w thin llic( I jUiy'j MnJi't I WW. Corcf wuh oilx tlica oi U J, prw" h-tiilr tostUut. ZAPATA'S FORCES NOW IN LINE UH- rilfaALIILLlI filMMWilTlW- J m. mm mm mmb m bl am mmb mm jkv -- - ... . r- - -- , i a - Lrv ,n - i . - m.h m m m a I B ----- N MM - IMUIE n I I I'B M LI ( . . .5 - TV fill l "? rfrj"4 rWWIWm. a fpn K U lift If I ,-' , r. L I ' (JN- 1 . Southern Rebel Agrees To Co-Oerate With Constitutionalists Prospects Bright For Early Peace. Washington. Secretary Bryan an nounced that tho situation as between t...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 1 August 1914

TULSA. OKLA.. STAR -s THE TULSA STAR Printingand Publshing CO. Published Every Saturday at 501 North Greenwood Street. News Around the City Kutorol ai noonl-clm in vtbor April 1 1. IU13, at tho Tout ODIoo at Tulsa Oklahoma, untUir tho Act of March 3, 1870. A. J. SM-1T HERMAN H. R. GRAHAM Mrs. 0. B. Smitherman A. P. BLAKEMORE EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Associate Editor SocietyEditor Traveling Representative J. S. KIRBY, City Circulator Residence, --215 E.Cameron Go to the East end Studio for good Photos. Ad. ARE YOU A HOME BOOSTER? Get in tho STAR .-ooster Edition SUItSCUM'TION ItATKS Ons var Hli Month Throo Month f 1.00 .60 .3. Person who hnvc books belonging to tho Public Library is hcrnby re quested to return them at once. J. B. Stradford. --Librarian. VOTE 1'0 R TI I E 13 EST M EN Next Tuesday will be an important day in Oklahoma. That day will be full of cares for the politicians and candidates. It is of vast importance to the common people of this state, both blak and white, to exerc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 1 August 1914

W A ffifgy T U It S A, OKLA., STAR Stupendous Expansion Sale A BARGAIN EVENT WITHOUT EOUAL HUNDREDS OF NEW LOTS' ON SALE TODAY & MONDAY Saturday And Monday Special Wash Dresses I III W 1 1 iK Br A k ArV II 500 WASH DRESSES A Rare Opportunity to purchase dresses a One lot wash dresses, sizes up to 36 $4 and $5 values . . . . y8c One Lot $6 to $8 . . . . $tm98 One Lot $7 to $0 .... 2t98 Onz Lot $9 to $2 . . . . $3.8 All Sizes About 25 beautiful Voile Dimitie and Organdie dresses. Russian Tunic and Servian Drape up to $18 values, your choice . $8.98 House Dresses, worth $1-50 at 98c One special lot 69 One lot white aud natural linen wash skirts up to $4.50 valu 3S .' 98c SHOES2o,ooo Stock of Shoes We have sold more shoes in the last four days than ever before in same length of time. We are selling shoes at about one-half their value. We have one lot of small sizes, good style best brand we are closing out at 25 cents on the dollar. Saturday & Monday Specials Hi ndrcih of people...

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. — 1 August 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR AUTOMOBILE RACE HISTORY AT STATE FAIR THIS YEAR CIRCULAR DIRT TRACK CHAM PION HOPES TO SHATTER ALL PRIOR RECORDS The Oklahoma State Fair and Expo sition race track, which was tho bat tleground for half n dozun of tho worlds best nuto drivers last year, will again be the scene of a gnsollno battle th. a year that given promise of t adding a new red letter ehnpter to tho Instill of speed. Prominent among the speed demons of th world who have already on terc 1 the 191 1 contests to which they may be illrlblo Is Louis Ifisbrow, who declared Ian year that hu could mako u new reioni on tl' e Fair track. Tho lifti en thous m I i. ctntors v.Iio 1 cihul tlirlllH t ut . u i,t!ll with them will not hno to be reminded of lion Pi ,brow, driving his Simplex Zip, made a tnllo In 1 nilnuto, u 3-G scionds. thereby creating n now worm a record lor n nan nine iriu'K. l.ntuur.tgod by tho romarkablc timo made Inst year, Dlsbrow says In a 1 Iter to the management of IL'. Ok- 'iiihoma S...

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. — 1 August 1914

TULSA. OKLA.. STAR ir i - U &- Vr Mmmom SWTSCBOOL Lesson (By E. O. SHLI-EItS, Director of Evening Department, The. Moody Bible Institute, Chicago.) - LESSON FOR AUGUST 2 THE TRIUMPHAL ENTRY. LESSON TEXT-Mnrk 11:1.11. GOLDEN TEXT "Hejolco greatly, C daughter of Zlon; shout, O daughter of Jerusalem, because thy king comoth unto theo." Zoch. V:9 It. V. Mark devotes 233 verses to hts ac count ot the last week of our Lord's llfo and 425 to alj tho balance Mat thow devotes seven chapters and Luko flvo. If all of tho llfo of Jesus had been given to us In llko ratio It would liavo taken at least 80 volumes In which to tell ub tho story. Today's lesson Is tho Introduction to that week. Wo must consider his entry In its light upon tho wholo movement ot his life. Ills Instruc tions how to securo tho colt seem to lndlcato his intention to provoko a demonstration. Though often in Je rusalem before, this was a different occasion, and for a different purpose Beforo ho did not provoko his con l...

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. — 1 August 1914

ZI TULSA, OKLA., STAR y. Special Hosiery. Offer "I feci it my duly lo any To Suffering Humanity Miiiii'llilHK III ii'uniil lii Or Mllwi' Anil 1'nlli ruin I Hiimlitrr tlmm n kimI-i-ihI, I I iiilf fall III riml UlllllH In nx- iiiiii ...-- ....- - - -- . tWMH r u iimr my Kiniiliiiin r "" " "" tinny Uiiii-n when II mwiiiimI II"' " " iiui unui In iiu tin Hi niuirurm, i iiMiiui tlicin n Krrt rrllrf I Imvn h-mI Dr MIloa'Antl-Paln Pills for ten )fiim nnil lll ninny lull "' their licurllt lo otlici"" , llev. It. M. lU'liltoy, I.I.C tiirir. uiii'iiiyviiii. inrt. Person- who arc easily excited and -object lo nervoin -pell- or headache nflcr adeiiiliiiK church, the lliratre or some nocial galhcr Imk, will liiul Dr. Miles' Anli-I'aiii Tills a true friend In time of ncnl. Carry one or two tablets in your pnrsr or pocket ami Like tliem at IICCilcil. . ,, At (II (Iruaul'li r Hi ,lr,t '""' '" to Lent fit, your utonty li rlurntd. THE PEOPLES DRUG CO. Dealers in Iiiiii Class Drugs, Toilet articles nml...

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. — 8 August 1914

rZr 1) r. A FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT ANn OUR SUBSCRIPTION LIST MAKES A VALUABLE j JUSTICE MEDIUM rOR ADVERTISING J irmt:i0W & 0 V2- "-"2!J ivJ&i': ' . v.v m&mMMMm If V Official Organ of The Vol. 2, No 41. Get Your Ad in Another Man Lynched And The Murderers, As Usual, WHILE STATE AND FED ERAL OFFICERS ARE CHASING BDOTLEGERS MOB LYNCHES NEiiRO Again Oklahoma hsu been disernc etj with h lynching, committed hy 50 or mure unmnsltpd men nnd yet, an ihuhI. tie officers of the law have pu forth no el fort to brine the mud eerrs to justice. Even Gov. Cruce from his lofty peak of State author ity looks down with tittle r no con cern on4he crimes of three degraded -beniioundi-who-Tontinuro to ply their trade without any fear of the aw. Bootlegers and race track gambler are the only cIhss of crim inids who have anything to fear from Gov Cruce. The State Militia stands at the command of Gov. Cruce who will certianly invoke its service to sup. prea the snle of whitkey or race track...

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. — 8 August 1914

TULSA. OKLA.. STAR An Ounce of Prevention Most people who enjoy a frequent drink of bcor or liquor (all to realize It'i weak ening elToot ou Ilia kidneys. Kldnojr weakness sets up backache, head aclie, rlivumallo pain, ucrroutneas, and disorders of tliourfuo and If neglected leads to dropsy, gravel, and llrlglil's disease. In the early Biases kidney weakness can be corrected. Doan's Kidney Tills tono and strengthen weak kidneys and aro uxi witu success an orcr tlio cmllzel world. There's no other kidney remedy so well recommended. An Oklahoma Cue W P. Poorler, Ultra and Filth Hli . Kingfisher, Okia., my. "I endured In tens pains when paMlnr the kidney aerretlons and my bladder was badly Inflamed. X bad aw ful pains In the small of my ba k t'in. and they rarely I ft me A friend enve me A bus of I '.ill's Kidney Tills and Ilia first few l helped m Ilerora lonr. the pain In my hi' k left and my kidneys were fli'd up in K""d shape. 1 will always r . .n.m. nl Ii .ins Kidney rills to othe...

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. — 8 August 1914

I L c ' 5 c; .7 :r t u L ' - l in. u i if . S A, O K L A., STAR j 1 1 !i h 1 (1 I a.tr -ift VI ll . 1" ' n:- (! .-JO .. m 1( Iniumtionm; StJNDirSOIOOt LESSON (Dj- E. O. SBLLenS. Dlrrctor of Evening Department, Thq Moody yible 'institute, Chicago.) . XESSON FOR AUGUST 9 THE BARREN FIG TREE AND THE DEFILED TEMPLE. (Temperance) ' LESSON TEXT-Mark 11:12-31 OOMIEN TEXT "Ily their fruits yo hull know them." Mutt. 7:10. ' Event crowds fast upon tho heels of event during thb days of this most tragic week In nil tho history of tho world, Temperance means restraint and a constraining!)' proper ubo of God given nppctltcB and privileges, heuco tho slgnlllcanco of this lesson as em phasizing tho principles of temper ance. I. Sealing, vv. 12-14. Tho day fol lowing his triumphal entry Into Jeru salem Josus nnd his disciples journeyed f rom iBothany, his abiding place, each nlghf, Into tho city. Seolng leaves upon tho fig trees, ho had a right to look for fruit, for Iho fruit of that tree comes bef...

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. — 8 August 1914

I U I- S A. K " THE TULSA STaR ' Printingand Publsh'ing CO. r'ubliiliu J iivjrjr Suurdiy .it 501 North Greenwood Street. Ne.v ws HimmmI , 4)!.. I ili ii'.Wf Mini II. Illil, at tho I'ost Ollioo at Tiibia Oklalimiii, nmlxr tlio Act of Miiruh :l, 187(1. A. J. SM1THERMAN 11, R, GRAHAM Mrs. 0, B. Smitherman A. P. BLAKEMQRL EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Associate Editor SocietyEditor Traveling Representative HUIISUIMITION KATIM Oim var Hlx Mouth Tiiruo Month f 1.00 .00 .3. Now lets all jet together f.nd go to Muskogee with a solid front. 0 If the old sajiug "War is hell" holds tune and the European conflict continues there'll soon bo hell all over the world. Ninty per cent of the men who slay each other in these great modon wars( better stillmoden suvagor ) 'o not know why they are fighting. O Now that the primary election is over watch the defeated can dictates fall in line ami boost for the successful man in his party of whom they have been saying mean things. Queer creatures, these politicians....

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. — 8 August 1914

TULSA. OKLA., STAR The Popular Drug Store Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, And Special Sundries Ice Cream And Cold Drinks Pnrticulnr Tilings For Particular Peoplu J. I. Stajisberry Prop. 127' E:Kt Grand McAlester Oklahoma. The Tulsa boosters Tuo Booster Editnti i f tl.c Tulsa Star will be pibliahrd ns annunced by the 19th of August, as n snuve nir of the National Negro Business League, Wi.ich meeta at. .Muskogee on tho 19-20-21 of this month. , We ha ve done our best 'o bring this slendid opportunity to the bist rjes3 and professional men and farm ers of Oklahoma, and we aro con fident that every one will beplersed with the showing we will make. Wo are now giving all of our at ten ion to our homo enterprises with a viov. to showing Tulsa in her true Colors, uheu we goto .MiD-kooe We want every home lover and booster to he represented in tho Booster Edition But it is not enough for him to do that. Tulsa is without quo tion the bist town in the Slate, and we must prove it thin month...

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. — 8 August 1914

TULSA. OKLA.. STAR llflliF 4 MAP OF AUSTRIA-SERVIA FRONTIER. TRIESIC AUSTRIA-HUNGARY ' STATE FNH es- AnviM ""Ezra? xptmKoahwax Viewed from every angla tfie dlghfh nnnual Oklahoma Stat? Fannd, J?" position Is far ahead of evorfevent'or tho kind thatjias gQna jjeforo. Coun ties in overy pectlon of tho state of Oklahoma, from tho mountalnouB re gions on the cast, to the high plains on tho west, from the broad plains and prairies on'thO north to the coast- Glitters of vhlto from freshly paint ed buildings, American colors hoisted on pretty flagstaffs, extraordinary work of landscape gardners, and evi dences of tho saw and hammer every where glvo somq Idea of the prepara tions that aro being made for Okla homa's greatest State Fair and Expo sition, Oklahoma City, September 'J2 to October 3, 1914, ,ZK& &.J :VA. -CW-T7 V. C AvmA .SSP &ir EiTW p-fts t .SKA! Sii-AS'fc.vt-' V"'4,1J i.-w " 1ti.tv nfc 4oovttSU ?.r iafc Trrww.ijr-I'a - '-.- ."T .. tf"f i. - - - - " ' - 'AItV iSaoato ...

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. — 8 August 1914

K L A.. S T A KING PETER OF SERVIA $ Don't exaggerate or n T T misrepresentan article Ur- J J McKeever advertised in this DENTIST aims All Work Guaranteed To Give Satisfaction PHONE 21S7 OFFICE-WILLIAMS BLDC. page. TULSA. BIN That tho South Is tho best placo tor tho negro and that education ought to prove his salvation wcro two of tho poIntH niado by Hobort It. Moton, com mandant of cadofs at Hampton Insti tute, In a recent address. "Thoughtful negroes as woll as thoughtful whlto men," ho said, "aro ngreod that tho South offers the' largest opportunity for the masses of the colored people. It is fair to ns numo, then, "That, for tho present at least, the South cannot depend on foreign im migrants for Its farm operatives, Its domestic and personal service, or its unskilled and semi-skilled labor; "That it must depend on tho negro for the present and also tho very dis tant futuro to recruit tho ranks of this form of labor; "That, If tho negro Is to constitute tho mass of Industrial op...

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. — 8 August 1914

T ULSA, OKLA., STAR "i "My Heart Is Cured; ItNever Troubles Me Any More I am thankful I taw your advertisement of Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy Hernm 1 t.cBiin taking It I linU licnrt troublo very li.nl. 1 nm clad to report tlint 1 nm now In very stood health, nfter following your mlvlro nil to tho ueo of tho Jlmrt Hemeily " Wr. Annlo Fnrron, Topoka, Kon. Arc you careful of your heart, and arc you sure it is as strong as it should he? Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy steadies the heart action and enables it to recover its strength after exhalation caused by over-work, worry, shock or strain. It tho first bottle fails to benefit you druca'stwirt rotum your money. For tals at all drug stores. xcqx i v ihmp""!" ''''"''''ll'?ll!Kl8wplf!pllB XhCA?L Special Hosiery Offer Guaranteed Wear-Ever hosiery For Men And Women THE PEOPLES DRUG CO. Dealer's in Ilijrh Class DniRP, Toilet article and Sundries. Invites vou tn visit their Ston. Cold Drink Foimtian in Con nectlnti. I" II IS PliOl'I.liS Diut. Co. Dr D S...

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