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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 15 August 1914

z xJtfl e r mmm m m 1 A OCR SUBSCRIPTION PF 'A ri roc exponent! LIST MAHES A OF RIGHT f L VALUABLE MEDIUM TOR ADVtRTlSWO AND JUSTICE m fc sii i aae aa k J- 'S00ifi tWCS "" 8 ' Official Organ of I'he Vol. 2, No '12 Welcome National Negro Business Men ! Republican candidate For Governor Mahes Anil-Negro Campaign SAYS REPUBLICAN LEGISLATURE PASSED FIRST "JIM CROW" LAW AND THAT NONE OF THE PRESENT LAWS OF THIS STATE AFFECTING THE NEGRO WILLE BE CHANGED WHILE HE IS GOVERNOR ARD.MORE, Okla, Aug. 10 (Special ) John Fields, candidate for governoi on the Republican tick et, spoke to a largo audience hcr Monday night and told the voters of Carter counly what his policies . would bo as governor. This part of Oklahoma, has lon been regarded as a Dem iciatic stronghold, and it has not becn-tho' custom of Repub lican gubernatorial candidates to campaign here Mr. Fields said it was his purpose to bo governor for all the people of Oklahoma and for that reason lie would meet and talk to voters: in a...

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. — 15 August 1914

m TULSA, OKLA., STAR m T LOSES LEAD R. L. WILLIAMS NOW LOOKS LIKE WINNER IN GUBERNA TORIAL RACE. HOWARD DEFEATED FOR AUDITOR Alexander li the Candidate for Treao urer. Pete Dulfy Out of Lieu tenant Governor Contest Other Results to Date. Oklnhomn City. It. L. Wlltlnma in now leading .1. IJ. A. Robertson by l.CGl voles In Iho contest for tliu dem ocratic nomination for governor, according- to a count of return from last Tuosilny'H primary In seventy out of tho Hovonty-Huvuii counties of the Ktnto, which hail reported to the statu election board up to date. Tlio seventy countlcH glvo WllllnniH n total of "12.G22 and Robertson 30,101. Tho countloH reported up to date and tho results tliey show follows: VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. 5 5 3 s COUNTY B9 t Aloka ... Ailalr .... Alfalfa ., Atoka ... llccklinni Maine ... Jlcavor .. lliynn ... Caililo .., Canadian Curler .. I'licrohro (.'linarroti Clcvvlaiul I'nal Cotton .. CrnlK ... Crri'lc ... Cuiitor .. iH'luunro Dowry ... Kills .... Carvln .. tlnuly ...

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. — 15 August 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR MAP SHOWING RELATIVE ARMED STRENGTH OF COUNTRIES LIEGE GIVES UP Tl T M -. SUPERIOR NUMDERS FINALLY OVERCOME BRAVERY OF BELGIAN DEFENDERS. Germany and Austria are now at war with Russia, France, England, Belgium, SerVta, Montenegro and Holland. Italy, Spain, Switzerland and the Scandinavian countries are not yet Involved. VICTORY WILL BE SHORT-LIVED Ml SID III FIRST UHrt hUoOlM 1111 ARMY OF THE KAISER FAILS TO MAKE HEADWAY IN ITS MARCH THROUGH LOWLANDS TO FRANCE. BIS NAVAL BATTLE IN THE NORTH SEA IS IMPENDING England, France, Russla,(Servla, Mon tenegro, Greece, Belgium and Hol land Now Fighting Germany and Austria Still Others May Become Involved. BRiri PLUNGES INTO THE VORTEX DECLARES WAR ON GERMANY AND PREPARES TO MAKE AGGRESSIVE CAMPAIGN KAISER TURNS DOWN ULTIMATUM ATLANTIC TRAFFIC IS PARALYZED Hostile Warships Hovering Off Amer ican Coast In Virtual Blockade. London. England waits with anxi ety for reports of tho movements of tho British fleot, of which virtua...

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. — 15 August 1914

TULSA. OKLa.. STAR -1 THE' TULSA STAR Printingand Publshing CO. Published Every Saturday at 501 North Greenwood Street. Kutorod ,u momdolm mittor April II. 1913, at tlio Post Ofllco at Tulsa Oklahonn, under tlio Aot of March .1, 1870. A. J. SM1THERMAN H, R. GRAHAM Mrs, 0. B. Smitherman A. P. BLAKEMORZ SUHSCIUITION ItATKS Onti var Six Month Throo Month Tlio Kuropenn wnr, whlcK Is drawing upon tlio foreign element In tlio United Stutes for soldiers, should mnko openings for Negro labor. For many yenrs past n certain class of work In this country lins been dono by foreign urs, many of whom nro nnswerlng tlio call of tliolr mothor countrlea for Held service In their armlos. Crop conditions In Oklahoma nro not bo favorable ns they wero early In tlio summer. Hot winds hnve damaged tlio prospects for a good cotton crop. The present estimate Is about Ct per cent. Recent reports state that In certain rocUoiih of Lincoln county largo cotton growors nro about ready to bring In their first halo...

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. — 15 August 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR v Negro Women's Club Work in Oklahoma cvJBBBBJ . .. S B ' - MRS. II P. JACODSON President of the Oklahoma State Federation of Negio Women a Chi 22-1 East Second Street, Oklahoma City The Oklahoma Statu Federation ot Negro Women's Clubs was organized In 1010, Us principal object being to ralso to tho highest plane the home, the moral, Intellectual and civil llfo ot tho raco and to cultivate that spirit of general helpfulness, as expressed In Its motto, "Lifting as Wo Climb." Its first annual meeting was held In the city of Guthrie, August 14, 1911, and showed an enrollment ot ten club3. Today Its enrollment has In creased to 28 actlvo clubs and three city federations. Last year's reports show nearly $700 paid out by these clubs for charltablo purposes, beside largo amounts of food, clothing, fuel and medicine, which were donated by tho members. This organization Is promoting work along all lines of educational nnd civic Improvement In many of tho cities and towns o...

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. — 15 August 1914

rfltr T-,-T TULSA, OKLA.. STAR Don't exaggerate or misrepresent an article advertised in this page. PROMOTE A CLEAR SKIN Dr. J. J. McKeever DENTIST All Work Guaranteed To Give Satisfaction PHONE 2157 OFFICE-WILLIAMS BLDG. -MTjfV" O I 1 ra-iEIM CULLIMGS - 11 - When in Town Call at The Peoples' Cafe 29 Nor,n Bolon First Clnss Menla Served nt All Hours Open Dor and Night J. JL. Lockard, Prop. J. B. STRADFORD Real Estate, Loans and Investments Lots for Snlo on Easy Terms PHONE 3380 301 N. GREENWOOD TULSA, OKLAHOMA WELDY BROS. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats and Lard Huy and Sell Cattle, Hogs, Voal and all Kinds of Live Stock Wo Do Our Own Killing 21 E. 1st St. Phono 1158 Tulsa, Okla. Cal1 at tnc McPhearson Furniture Co. 120E. First Street We cany n Full Line of Up-to-Date New and Second Hand Furniture at the very Uweit "rice . Wo Kxchnngo New for Old Furniture. Fine line of Stoves Terms Cnsh or Credit Call and Give Us a Trial Wo Save You Moneyl PHONE 615 . J. McPHEARSO...

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. — 15 August 1914

TULSA. OKLA., STAR Jniemtional SlEMSOIOOL Lesson '(By E. O. SELLEKB, Director of Evening Department, Tlio Moody Bible Institute, Chicago.) LESSON FOR-AUGUST 16 THE WICKED HUSBANDMAN. LESSON TEXT-MRU. 21:8-41 GOLDEN TEXT "The stono which the builder rejected, the same was mado tlio head of the corner." Matt. 21.12 It V. Tuesday morning of this his last week (Mark 11:20) tho disciples Baw tho fig tree withered away from tho roots. Passing on they enter tho templo whero Christ's authority la challenged. Following his disconcert ing reply (21:23-27) Jesus taught th re o parahlos of warning of which this lesson is tlio second. I. The parable, vv. 33-39. It Is a story of God's long suffering goodness and Lulco (20:9) tells us that It was addreseed to tho people Wo need to lteop In mind tho previous parablo of tho two sons (vv. 28-32) In order to understand perfectly tho method ho employed In answering tho chief priests. In tho first he states a caBO and appeals to them for a verdict. "Wit...

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. — 15 August 1914

TULSA, OKLA,, STAR 1 "My Wife Took the Grippe, With Pains in Back and lieud She netted all over. It b cun In the mnrnlnr, by noon alio was In bed and begun taking Dr. Miles Nervine and Anti-Pain Pills as recommended. In a day or two alie van well and we are aura that If alie had taken Dr. Miles Nervine at the very flrat symptom' alia would liavo prevented Hie attack." IlsV. E. 11, Slade, Munliattun, Kan. LaGrippe usually leaves its vic tims in a weakened condition as the fever and pains quickly sap one's vitality. To enable the nervous sys tem to recover from this depression no remedy is better than Dr. Miles' Nervine. Sold under a guarantee assuring the return of the price of the firtt bottle If It falls to benefit. At all Drugultts. THE PEOPLES DRUG CO. Dealers in High Class Drugs; Toilet articles ami Sundries. Invites you to visit their Store. Cold Drink Fountian in Con nection. Thk Piioi'i.ns Dkug Co. Dr. D. S. Bryant, Mgr. 101 N. Greenwood. Tulsa, Okla. WANTED INrollMATlOM KKUJ...

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. — 19 August 1914

& The Leading Race Paper in The State of Oklahoma SPECIAL EDITION e . v. - . ii ...- . ':fiMi- X A FEARLESS EXPONENT J OF RIGHT JUSTICE - I-M IHlplll I Hfei Irfl-lf- :- 0kfii tc-" OUR SUBSCRIPTION j LIST MAKES A ; VALOABLC L MEDIUM TOR ADVERT1SWO SUCCESSOR TO THE MUSKOGEE STAR Official Organ of The Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, Arid The Knights And Ladies of Harmony of The World, Oklalinna Jurisdiction Vol. 2, No 42. TULSA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 19M. Subscription 51.00 Por Year Welcome to The National Negro Business Men's League World's Greatest Comes to N egro urganlzation klahoma This Week MusKogee Th Center For Great Attraction A SPECIAL TRAIN BEARING BOOKER T. WASHINGTON AND DELEGATES WILL JOURNEY ACROSS STATE TO VISIT BV)LEY, THE GREA'l EST NEGRO ME- TROPOLIS, AFTER MEETING IN GRETER MUSKOGEE THREE DAYS The State of Oklahoma has thrown open her doors to welcomo tho Na tional Negro Business Men'u League, which meets at Muskogee, Wednes day, Thurhdny ami Friday...

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. — 19 August 1914

TULSA, OKLA, STAR V SIX MILLION SOLDIERS READY FOR WAR PALACE OF THE KING OF SERVIA PROMOTE A CLEAR SKIN Should Conflict Involve All Europe That Number of Soldiers Would Be Put Into the Field by the Various Nations Involved. Estimate of the" Cost of the Struggle Is More Than $54,000,000 for Each Day of Fighting Comparison of the Armies and Navies Concerned. Six million Holdlura nro nvallnblo (or war duty in tho event the crisis bo twecn Servla anil Austria-Hungary uhould Involve all Europe. Austria, largo as slio is In territory and population, docs not outnumber Servla In avnllablo trained men so lically as might bo oxpoctcd. But the seriousness of the situation lies in tho fact that, once hostilities between the two principals begin, a general ar might be Inevitable. Should Itussla mako good her threat to aid Servla, it 1b believed Germany and Italy would Join (hf'r ally Aus tria. In such circumstances It is bo lleed that Great Ilrltaln and France, tho two remaining powers In tho ...

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. — 19 August 1914

TULSA, OKLA, STAR JED HAWKINS' LUCK By GEORGE ELMER COBB. Booru-boom-boom-boom-boom! Stridently thoro hammorod out upon tho air tho measured beat ot a big bass drum. Stalwart, free-armed, Jed Hawkins stood at his task as resolute ly as n maestro at 'tho baton stand. Boforo him, propped In a low tree crotch, was a homo-mado sheet of music, lts-sparso notes big as eggs. This was his "score." Over tho neighboring fonco old Seth Urown protruded his broad tannod faco, eet all In a capacious grin. "What yo think yor doln', Jed?" he propounded. "PrnctUIng," was tho terse, serious reply. "You call that music!" derided Ilrown. '"Twill be, when It mixes In with tho rest of the baud." "What band?" "Tho vlllago band I'vo Joined It. Tlfero's Just nu much system to a drum MB thoro Is to n flute. Naturo's muHlc isn't all bird song there's frog croak- lneH too." f Seth Urown went on his way, chuck- ling, i no lunesumu uuuuhub " "" big drum wero dismal. Besides, ho had a poor opinion of Jed Hawkins....

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. — 19 August 1914

"T B V' - t-f. tv K- Em ! REV. S. S. JONES. I'nstor of tlii? ntIoch llapt t church nt Muskogee Editor IlaplI t Informer, nnd se en years president of the State Ilnptlst convention He TWO PROMINENT OKLAHOMA CHARACTERS The above cut shows lions W II. Twine nnd V. A Itentle, two lawyers, both widely known throughout Okln- honia. Mr. Twine published the Mus- Itoger Williams Collego. Mr. Ilentie or .Mr mm .Mrs. French C. Smith, 511 ""siow uecoru puuusueu u vu.j u.u-Vni-nn QMniMnr fn. ti mi. ill, nr nf vn.-iro U lint nnlv n onnd Inuvnr. lint In ii list Arelinr Ktrnnt wltli Mr .mil Mr. itablo Booster Edition, 111 Which a and is known as a fearless writer Ho The above shows tho llkmess or Prof J. W. Hughes, principal of the Dunbar school of this city, und his young wifo, n brldu of three month i Prof. Hughes was born In Itutherford county, Tennessee, April 30, IStiti, His father was president of n collego at Greenville, Ala. He attended the pub He schools of Rutherford county, ami graduated...

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. — 19 August 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR :- SERVIANS FIGHT IN DESIRE FOR NATIONAL UNITY Diplomats of World Have Long Foreseen That Struggle Was Bound to Come. STANDS IN WAY OF AUSTRIA Dream of Statesmen of Dual Mon archy Has Been to Acquire Salo nika and the Land Between That Port and Fron tier of Bosnia. While tho Immediate causo of Austria-Hungary's attack on Sorvla Is tho demand for ropnratlon for tho murder of the ArcMuke Francis Ferdinand and his wife, tho duchcBS of Hohen borg, tho ultimata causes nro the movement of tho Hapsburg cmplro toward the south and tho desperato efforts of tho cntlro Serb race to re gain complete national existence. Ever since tho repulso of tho Turk ish army from Vienna In 1683 tho Aus trlnns havo steadily fought their way southward, expecting ultimately to make their way to tho Aegean over tho ruins of tho Turkish cmplro. Aus tria, Uko Russia, -was not unwilling to see small buffer states set up to oc cupy the mlddlo ground during the ln torvals of rest In her forward mo...

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. — 19 August 1914

i 9 Your Credit is Good G 03 Ph CO w - c o CO ft) The Qem Furniture Co 109 EnLt First Street We carry tKs laciS- and most complete line of New and Second-Hind Furniture in Tulsa, and can furnish your home from cellar to garret. Let us figure on your bill, no matter what you want. You are always welcome. The Qem Furniture Co. 2Ve Buy, Sell or Tr.ci C) o - 3 P - 8- rawaBOEsm Your Credit is Good NEGRO EDITORS AND REPORTERS HOLD SESSION IN MUSKOGEE National Press Association Will In Augurate Code Service for Tele graph Report. Muskogee, Olilu.. Auk- 17, 1UM. (Special.) Willi u Rood attendance uud well-laid plans for a successful Bosslon, representatives of tho Negro press throughout tho United States, comprising tlio National Negro Press asBOclntlon, nru In tho city today. They aru licru for the niuuial association of nowHpapor men. Tlio session will con sumo Monday and Tuesday of this CMgiMffflUEagflBMea hands of every member of the Asso ciation, enabling them to send Import ant news I...

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. — 19 August 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR u ? CO-OPERATIVE CHEAWLSELLING PROF. POTTS SHOWS HOW GREAT- ER PERCENT OF PROFIT MAY BE MADE CO-OPERATION FIRST ESSENTIAL A Carefully Planned Organization of all Producers In a District Must Do Made If Success Is to Bo Expected Throughout Oklahoma and In many states of tho Middle West there exists a desire for a more stuble and perma nent market for cream. . This state ment is prompted by several hundred inquiries made by cream producers concerning the present cream mar kets and cream marketing conditions. In tho state of Oklahoma a few centralizing creameries located in Kansas, Missouri. Oklahoma, and Tex as control thn cream markets because approximately 85 percent of tho cream produced, which Is marketed as cream, Is sold to them. These creameries offer two systems of marketing with them, the direct shippers' plan, where the producer ships his own cream direct to them, and the cream agent or cream Btatlon plan, where tho cream Is delivered to a cream station 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. — 19 August 1914

TULSA. OKLA.. STAR A THE TULSA STAR Printin&and Publshing CO. Published Every Saturday at 501 North Greenwood Street. Kitoro.l .u -n.inlolm mittor April It. 101.1, .it tho Post Off ico at Tulsa Oklahoma, under tint Act of March 3, 1871). A. J. SM1THERMAN H. R. GRAHAM Mrs, 0. B. Smitherman A. P. BLAKEMORL 8UHSCUUTIO.V IIATBS On vr ' His Month Throo Month In splto of kiiocki-in, anil tjjoantlcH of hoiiio of tlio state League officers who in common justice to themselves should have encouraged our efforts, wo have sue coeded tho Huostor Edition ah advertised, except It is not as largo as we hail hop etl It would bo. llowovor, wo aro huro for oompiriion. S1.0 us up. Tlio ICuropenn war. wiiicli Is drawing upon tlio foreign olumont in the United States for Holdlers, should make openings for Negro labor, lor many rears past a certain class of work in this country lias been ilono by foreign rs many of whom are answering tho call of their mother countries for Crop conditions In Oklahoma a...

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. — 19 August 1914

1 rThe Colored A. & N. Universitv " i sm - A fv ! W LANGSTON, OKLAHOMA &. " Resources. Tho current and permanent support of tliu Institution Is derived as fol lows: First Legislature appropriation. Second. One third of one-tenth of the proceeds from tho rentnl of sec tion 13, reserved by Congress for the benefit of institutions of higher learn ing. Third. One-tenth of the Morrill fund. Also the enabling act guo tho uni versity 100,000 acres of land In west ern Oklahoma. Location and Surroundings. Tho university Is located nt l.nng ston, Oklahoma, a lllagu of some l'G0 Inhabitants, two and one-half miles from Coylo (the nearest station on tho A., T. & S. i railroad) and fourteen miles from Guthrie. Tho campus and bulldlngn occupy an elevated position, overlooking tho school farm and tho surrounding country. Buildings. The university has six principal tho main building, mechanical build ing, a dormitory for young men, two dormitories for young women and the president's res...

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. — 19 August 1914

IbbbbbeL'' aMaflVjaaaBHsr Jl-IHHH President I -i University. L r J-, fcr s.x InniBii ll.. i hi i.i tin. n i tut t h bom in Wurrenton, h'aiKiuler Co., Va., December 39, 1 853 II attended a private srhool lu Wash ington, D. C. for nearly three years, which waa conducted by Mr. (luorgo K. T. Cook, who, for many years, was Superintendent of tho Colored schools of thu District of Columbia. In 1808 he became a student at Hownid Uui vnrstltv. W'anhliiittiin. D. C.. and cnntiniieil them until he finished his I'lesh- mnn year In the Collegiate department, lu the fall or 1S7B he enteied Drown University, Providence, II. I., wheie lie studied four years, lie wub gradu- ntud from this Institution lu 1877. lu the fall of 1877 he began his work as a teacher at the Matches Som- i...... v.i. hi.... i .i... r..n ....... i... .. .,!..... .i tn 11....1 lliai f . ni(;iiCT. nnn. in mi- luiiunum (Unit of Lincoln Institute, Jefferson t yours in this position lie was mado teen yonra. In lSliti ho was elect...

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. — 19 August 1914

JU- nted from the Mnhory Medical College In the class of 1907. He went to Port Smith, Ark , after graduating and spent one uiul a half years In the prnctlco there. Ill 1009, he located at Sapulpa, Okla , where ho now lives, enjoying a vory largo practlcme. Since moving to Sapulpa he has bought coiiHlilerablo property, both residence and business lots, and bus accumulated u nice bank uccouut. On January 2, 19U, he married Mlas Maud Scott, of Holly Springs, Miss., who Is now iiieen of his household. Tor two years, l)r Humphrey was the (Irand l'rotector of the Knights and Ladles of Harmony In this state mid Is now president of tho Colored State Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutical Association of Oklahoma. Ho Is also president of the local llusluess Men's League. He Is probably worth $25,-000. THE CASE OF "GOVERNOR FIELDS." Local Leajue at Musi cgee, which is entertaining the National League. PROF. J. T. WEST, The subject of this sketch is l'rof J. T. West, principal of .the colored schoo...

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. — 19 August 1914

Remodeling Sale! i i Harlow Brokerage Now the Busiest Store in Oklahoma Hundreds of People Taking Advantage of the Bargains, while other merchants complain of Slow Business. This store is always crowded. Car fare refunded to out-of-town customers. Alterations free and guaranteed. BARGAIN DOOTH SPECIALS 'IIiIh will lc lln- goal for oagor shoppers, 10( HUSO (if till! Hplotlcllll things ' iic-ii ri iiiircliiiso Tor thn liibigullUnnt mui:i or lie. Ladles' 10c Hose . - 5c Mcn'H 10c Hose 5c Ladies' We Uuiiilkurcliluf ... 5c Ladles' l.rc and 25c Ties 5c ItllibotiH, We anil 15c 5c l.ilCl', 10c WllllOS . .. 5c Kinbioidory, Wo viiIiiuh .. 5c Hair Nets, 10f raliiiM . 5c RIBBONfi .100 ) arils uT Ribbons, all colors mi. I designs. 10c nines per yanl 5c 15e values por yanl ..10c 250 alues pur uul . 15c floe values por yanl 39c 75c allies per yard 50c TRUNKS. Worth $1.1.00 at Woitli $10.00 lit Woitli $0.00 lit Woitli $5 00 at . $9.98 $6.98 .. $3.98 .... $2.98 MAIL ORDERS CAREFULLY AND HhUli'TLY AT...

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