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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 5 September 1914

TULSA, O K L A., STAR News Around the City J. S. KIRBY, City Circulator Residenck,-215 E.Cameron Profound Mrs Hughes hava moved into their home on N. Greenwood Mrs C L. Netherland, returned home this week from Eureka Springs after a several weeks visit The Peoples Drug have ii.-adv. E, D. Curnell returned home Tues day from Birmingham, Ala , where she have been visiting. Mrs. M. M Mitchell of wa a business caller at Brfototv, the Star office Wednesday. Mrs .Mamie McForland of Okmul gee spent a?veral days in ih'n city visiting her sister .Mrs. Minnie Groves of -108 N. Grecnwoort, Ave. TryThb Peoples Drugstore for it. Adv. Rev. and Mrs. Jas A. Johnson, have returned from a two weeks visit in texas where the wont to cele brate his mother and his own birth day. Dr. A. C. Jackson, has returned from a summer trip in Colorado, and reports a very pleasant stay around the famous health resorts. Mrs Roue, mother of Douglas Rowe, nio has spent the summer on the lakes and in the northern sum me...

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. — 5 September 1914

.-t3i TULSA, O K L Caaka A., STAR SIEGE OF PUBIS A NEAR FACI ANOTHER WEEK WILL SEE THE FRENCH CAPITAL SUR. ROUNDED. NON-COMBATANTS FAST LEAVING Enormous Stocks of Food Stored To Maintain tho Army. Germans Press Steadily Onward Capital to be Moved to Dordeau. Paris. Tho slego of I'nrls, nccord InR to present Indications, will bo n fact within a week. Tnkun nt Its fnco value, tho Intest Trench official state ment, which maintains that tho prog ress of ttio Uorman right wine lias forced tho allies to yield further ground, would seem to Indicate that tho Germans, notwithstanding repul ses, aro malting dally advances to ward Paris. For several days and nights now troops from tho south and west of FrnncH havo been arriving nt tho hos pital and passed by roll around tho city to tho locntlons In tho encircling fortifications to which they havo becu flHHilMlf'fl. Tiinrn la ir.n ...!.. It.. .. ci -. ...w.u .u bii,tu tllllVlkj Ull i tliC Dart of miinlollinl mlllfnrv n.1,il,i. istrotion In comp...

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. — 5 September 1914

TULSA, O K L A., STAR feV ' Don't exaggerate or misrepresent an article advertised in this page. When in Town Call at The Peoples' Cafe 29 Nortn Bo,,on First Class Meals Servod nt All Hour Open Day and Night J. L. Lockard, Prop. J. B. STRADFORD Real Estate, Loans and Investments Lots for Sale on Easy Terms PHONE 3380 301 N. GREENWOOD TULSA, OKLAHOMA WELDY BROS. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats and Lard Buy and Sell Cattle, Hogs, Veal and nil Kinds of Live Stock Wo Do Our Own Kllllne 21 E. 1st St. Phono 1158 Tulsa, Okln. Cal1 at the McPhearson Furniture Co. hi 120E. First We cany a Full Line of Up-to-Dato Now and Second Hand Furnlturo nt the very Loweil Tricei. Wo Exchango New for Old Furniture. Fine lino of Stoves Terms Cash or Credit Call and Give Ua a Trial Wo Save You Money! PHONE 515 J. McPHEARSON, PROP. Directory of the Ministerial Alliance TULSA, OKLAHOMA, 1913. Rcy. C. L, Netherland, Pres., Re. S06 E. Archer. Phone 1864, Rev. J. F. Kersh, Vlce-Pres,, Res. Eas...

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. — 5 September 1914

'f TULSA, 0 K L A, STAR When you want a nice quick lunch for youselfor your family thitiK of BEN'S PLACE '1 he quick lunch stand in rear of the Sand Spring Depot OPEN ALL HOURS ICE CREAM cAND COLD DRINKS A SPECIALTY Vl I One Out Of Three THE HEST, THATS ALL! The Old Reliable Crystle Cafe Serving One Big Mid-day Meal Every Day We Cater To Particular People Meals 25cts. Short Orders, All Hours Ice Cream, Cold Brink Founain In Connecion Cigars, Tobacco And Ceneial Confectionary C. G, Gip-ion, Prop, no N. Greenwood Tulsa Okla. ur ammmmtsmammmmmmmmmmmmsmBmammmmm The nbnvo is the home of Prof. & Mro. T It JJcbuam of OMiihoiim City Prof. Debnam is Piinnpal of tho DoUfiliis School at Oklahoma City WHY GO AW A TO SCHOOL? (Continued from pjgo fo'ir.) yon H.ilit. Kiipt. 1 Ith. will ilocldo dm iiiu.iiiinj; uf your iiroinUcH. Now a wont .ilmiit tho Siliot:irhlili (if tlio clillilmn, yim ciin i-iiiii,irit our fhllil roil with liny uhlMruii In tlm MMo Unit In thu h.iiiii' Krailn.iiinl ynn will...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 12 September 1914

The Leading Race Paper in The State of Oklahoma 1 r A I I i FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE -l0 l 1"P Official Organ of The Vol. 2, No -15 . National Baptist PRES. MORRISON MAKES A PLEA FOR EQUAL RIGHTS President of Convention Thinks Blacks Should Have Repre sentation in Body. PHILADELPHIA, Spt. 10. Woman Miffrago wns endorsed and a plea for representation In congress of tho 10,. 000,000 negroes In the UnltodflUates was mado In the annual addreBE of Bov. E. C. Morris, president of tho Na tlonnl Daptlst convention at the open. lng 3es3ion hero yesterday. "The capi tal of our nation," he said, "Is a hot bed of race hatred and from there It will continue to spread to all sections of tho country until negro men shall bo elected to cong-osB and speak for themselves." Moro than flvo thousand delegates from nearly every state In the union, are In attendance upon tho convention. Convention Hall, Philadelphia, Pa., September 10, Like the rushing and roaring of mighty waters were tho e...

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. — 12 September 1914

K jf TULSA, OKLA., STAR S rw.v,rl-j.-)- J LEMBURG FALLS MBUSSIS IN FIRST DECISIVE DATTLE IN THE EASTERN THEATRE OF THE WAR HUNDREDS OF GANNONS TAKEN Death Llt of the Austrian Reaches an Appalling Number and Their i Gallclan Army ! Practle- all Destroyed r London. Lcmbcrg, tho northeast ern Austrlnn fortified city nround which ilcspernto nghtlng hns been In progress for moro thnn a week, 1ms fallen beforo tho assaults of tho Rub elans. This triumph for tho Russian arms wbb announced by tho commnn-dcr-ln-chlcf of- tho czar's nriny. Tho commandcr-ln-clilef's messngo lens ns follows: "With cxtromo Joy and thanking God I nnnounco to your maJeBty that tho victorious army undor Ocnernl Ruszky, captured Lcmbcrg at 11 o'clock this morning. Tho army of General Rrusslloff has taken Ilallcz. "On September 1 tho AtiBtrlan troops tried to break through tho Rus slan center between Lublin nnd Grand Duke Nicolas. Kholm but failed. Thoy wcro forced to beat a hasty retreat, tho Russians capturing ono ...

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. — 12 September 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR 1 f :J 1 ' 'yr-C CARDINAL CHIESA IS SUCCESSOR TO POPE PIUS X Archbishop of Bologna, Italy, Elected to Papacy at Con clave in Rome. TAKES NAME OF BENEDICT XV New Pontiff Was Made a Cardinal, May 23 Last Born In Genoa and Was Formerly Assistant to Pa- pal Secretary of State. Home, Italy. Cardinal Giacomo JJella Chlesa, archbishop of Uologna, Italy, oil Thursday was elected bu Iiremo pontiff of tho Catholic heir- urchy In succession to Popo Plus X, who died August 20. Ho will relgu under tho namo of Henedlct XV. Tho conclavo of tho sacred college, whoso duty It Is to elect tho pope wont Into session tho ovnnlnir of Mon day, Aucust 31. Tho announcement of tho outcomo of Its deliberations was made Thursday morning shortly after oiovon o clock. Nino ballots wero taken. American Cardinals Absent. Cardinal Gibbons of Baltlmoro aud Cardinal O'Cennell of Doston wero on board tho steamer Canoplc, which reached Naples tho day uftor tho elec tion wob held. Thoy were ou tholr w...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 12 September 1914

, .... -. imMiHiiTTii mm i ii - TULSA. O K L A.. STAR THE TULSA STAR Printingand Publshlng CO. Published Every Siturd.iy at 501 North Greenwood Street. MimmI w skm.LjUh mittur April II. 11113. .it tin. Nwt Oilico at Tulsa Oklaliomi, uiidnr tlio Act of .March 3, 1871). A. J.SMITIII'ltMAN, MllH. O. H.KMITIIIIHMAN J. II. S.MI11IPKMAN, J. 8. AMHIHUH, A. I'. Illakcmooro, KllllOH AMI I'LllMHlll'll SOUIKI.Y KlHTOH IIUMMHS MANACIKH AllVI.UTIHIMl ManaiihK Tr.i cling ItopioHont.illo HUHSCIUl'TION IIATIW On var Blx M nn tli Thrno Mniitli 61.00 .00 .jin The Business League is intended too help everybody and every body should help the Business League. u The Business League is intended to help everybody and every keep pushing it to arouse the colored people of this city. The price of this paper is $1.00 per year. If you like! it send us your subscription and help us to continue our work for the race. Just before you go out shopping look over the adds in this pa per and give our advertisers the pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 12 September 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR ! 1 r News Around the City J. S. KIRBY, City Circulator Residence, -215 E.Canieron Mrs. A. P. Blakcmooo of Tullnha see was u visitor in tho city Monday Vissit the STAR office and tell ug nil the nrrws you know. Remember tho Economy Drugs store when you want pure drugs Mr Robt. Finch, tho groceiman and Market man is doing good bus- I1CS3. Meet the Business Longue at the Peoples Social Club room Monday night. Mr. II. F Pylcs of Huskell was a visitor ih tho city Monday on busi ness. Spend a few hours at the Crystle Cafe each week. Best noon duy meal in town. Adv. B. H. Murphy, employee in the STAR office is visiting rclutives in the rural district. We pay the highest prices for secondhand furniture and sell for less. ENTERPRISE FURNITURE COMPANY 111 N. Main Tulsa, Okla. Phone 3295 The city schools will open Mon day with a hoop and a yell from the kiddies. Phone us your order for groceries nnd fresh meats. We deliver the goods. 0. W. Gurloy Adv. When you feel like npp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 12 September 1914

Mm0wmvmn iilini iiMi'WWBWtWMW TULSA, O K L A., STAR IK BIG STATE I The tabloid program of the eighth nnnunl Oklahoma Stnto Fair and Ex position, Oklahoma City, Scptomhcp 22 to October 3, 1914, yet Incomplete, Hhows that It la to ho the biggest and best exhibition In tho history of Okla homa. Educational features abound In sixty big buildings and barns whllu amusements will bo found all over the ICO acres of ground. Hero Is a general outline of tho program In brief form: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 OPENING DAY; NATIONAL SPEAKERS DAY Ml exhibits In placo and open for Inspection nt 8 o'clock. Judging Culinary, Fruits, Flowers, dairy, Educational. Music all tho tlmo and every where. Haco program at 2 o'clock, Including 3-year-old trot, 2:11 pace, two running events. Thavlu's Hand, Grand Opera Singers, Cabaret Trio and Tango Team. High class vaudovllle acts. F.d. It. Hutchinson's neronauts In ncusatlnnnl (lights. Immense night program nt 7:4f. to closo with Pain's Fireworks. Now Hrundago 'Show...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 12 September 1914

TULSA, OKLA.. STAR T 0 II AGRICULTURAL ClPiN ON PROF. HOLDEN HEAD OF EX. PERTS ON TRAIN TOURING EASTERN OKLAHOMA A MILLION ACRES OF ALFALFA Is the Slogan of Party Which Started September 1 at Muskogee and Will Finish In Craig County October 1. Muskogee. The most extensive ag ricultural campaign that has ever been conduced In the southwestern part of tho United States, began Sept. 1 at Muskogee with a gathering ot leading agriculturists and business men from all over Oklahoma and from other states as well. This campaign will continue for thirty days and will cover thirteen counties In Eastern Oklahoma with an area ot 6,600,000 acres. About 25 meetings will bo held each day, total ing nearly 700 meetings for tho entire campaign. Co-operating In tho work aro tho Eastern Oklahoma, Agricultural Asso ciation, tho State Hoard of Agricul turc, representatives of tho U. S. De partment of Agriculture in Oklahoma, the County Farm Demonstrators, tho P. G. Holden schools and colleges, and P. O. ...

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. — 12 September 1914

f U L S A, OKLA,, STAR When you want a nice quick lunch for youselfor your family think of ' BEN'S PLACE 1 he quick lunch stand in rear of the Sand Spring Depot OPEN ALL HOURS One Out Of Three I THE HEST, THATS ALL! 1 The Old Reliable Crystle Cafe 1 I Serving One Big Mid-day Meal I I Every Day 1 I Wc Cater To Particular People I I Meals 25cts. Short Orders, All Hours I I Ice Cream, Cold Drink Founain In I onnecion . I Cigais, Tobacco And General Conf.ction..ry I f r f t- II . vj, Liipson, rrop. I 7 rn NT f!faoMuAr.fl 'P..t.. rM.l I - axw a., vnutunuuu 1 lilbcl UKlcl. " bcAPM i iii i 1 1 1 i n , i'ii ii i & JJJJJJJJJJJJUJJJJJJ'JJJ'JJ'JJJJJ.J'JJJJ . P'l 1 1 If 111, i iMi.i I t tt ,..., I : i.. .1. . r ii . . ............. ....... u ..ljr wt Kivt-u iw me iiiiniiir subject, since there am Iiui drills of Uiun andsuMiiK the Humi.ka Lomii tlncnKhoiit the United Sts.ti.-s nun Islis 'In v miT tin. in.i.fi..iifno . ... . ' .,,.. ," --- ....-.uiluuii ., i" mil reeoinmenu, .streiuiitcmnir t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 September 1914

V L. fc , u r A FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE Official Organ of The Vol. 2, No. 40 - W Irt -- Bus. League Favors Colored Patrolmen Booker T. Washington To Visit Mar Rent Europe ANDREW CARNEGIE, THE WORLD'S GREATEST LIV ING FINANCIER AND PHILANTHROPIST, TAKING KEEN INTEREST IN THE NOTED EDUCATOR LONDON. England. Sept. 1. The AntWSJavery and Aborigines P.rotc tlon Society of London announces the Intention of Dr. Hooker T. Wash ington, of Tuskegeo Institute, Ala bama, to visit Europe early noxt year with the object of lecturing upon the progress of tho Negro peopio. ur. Washington will speak at a demon stration durlrtg tho Free Church Con gress to be held In Leicester In March, and will then pay a visit to several cities In tho kingdom before going to Brussels, Berlin and Paris. Ho will probably return to England for further engagements In April and May. . . Request for tho services of Dr. Washlgton may bo sent direct to him, or through tho Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protecti...

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 September 1914

rwjewSjVJw6 TUL S'A. OKLA, STAR 'f GERMAN ARMY IN RETREAT BEFORE ASSAILING ALLIES French British lnfitci Great Pttnisiunent-Belgians In SBocessfol Attack. " It uadenftooa that the allies will Ulinf to trsai .ii. pcemake'? ot U ruod.uos that Geraiaay witi Cr irom Fraaee and Belgium. Ax is Jejuni: j has not been mentioned continue a. aaace to lie German flkit T!i r-erriaas ere tearing the bu'.k of i tie ork is tte ara,oo of Bosnia to tie lionteaegrlfia." Capture 20tUK3 Austrian. .i mum), wwrnac xo "asainraosi .- . .. t mL , .... .-j ' i"i-'t jTJctaveu see insa SSJSl Vi601"-- - ttai- u,e usaum .tape. ten tfce se of Aw4rtM j te u,e ,, tales aae narle hareulter. noBdaas tbfHlt tyn i unriin tr.my nets wnson. Basdrtrfl tbOBEEad. JuuaaBct lc Germany It, trying to Sou loans Btaaag Certntn hauliers &&4 ceplttftiats with a great Euoce.BE; fdace .OMsre Is a eJear poeeibBky tial her ' territory be invades In both east ! Mt Tea : una' rinee her euuibcs Ice osftKti(is because of crap leBi-...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 September 1914

TULSA. OKLA., STAR GERMANS SUDDENLY CHANGE PLANS WHEN ALMOST AT GATES OF PARIS FARM POULTRY PROTECT THE LATE HATCHES 1& Don't exaggerate or , j McKeever misrepresentanarticle Ul' J J:j!JfT eeV DENTIST advertised in this All Work Guaranteed To Give Satisfaction page. PHONE 21S7 OFFICE WILLIAMS BLDd. By H. M. TOMLIN80N. - IK 1 I (International News Service.) Nantes. In this vast war In Franco k diversion lias been doveloped ot tar greater significance than that worked on the German plan by Liege. Liege only Interrupted that plan. Just when It seemed certain of success, tho plan had been definitely changed. Why was It changed whon ParlB ap peared within reach? After my first Journey along tho battle line I Indicated tho rapid ad vance of the German right wing mov ing directly on Paris through Amiens. Tho tunnels of AmlenB wero blown up behind tho last train of fugitives of whom 1 wns ono. Saturday, August 29, the enemy seemed Irresistible Tho northwest coast of Franco us far as DIe...

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 September 1914

NEWWiWlfcrig'i'it-S Jf?((HW TULSA. OKLA., STAR THE TULSA STAK Printingand PubJsAing CO. Published Every Saturday at 501 North Greenwood Street. I5,itoro.l it Hooiml oli4 raUtor April II. 1013, at tho I'wt Ofllco at Tulsa Oklahoma, unilur tlio Act of March 3, 1871). count should be published, showing every detailed item and the.TT 1 DiiaIAH balance, if there be any, left in the treasury. Dr. Waterfords H 'A V l() W nl'llKliI -work as chairman of the finance committee was all that could be UUl IV II A J. vuui age Go. Starts A. J.Smitiikhman, MltH. O. II.SMITIIEUMAV J. II. SMITIIMIMAN, O. 0. llrowor A. 1'. Illakumooro, KUITOJl ANII I'UIll.Islll'K SOCIFI.Y l'.lllTOH BUSINESS MANAOKU Adtortlsliig Manager Traveling KoprescntatlNO SUIWCUll'TION KATKS On. vnar Hli Month Throo Munth 81.00 .CO .35 pxnpcted of anv man even under more favorable circumstances. It was his untiring efforts that made this great convention the success it was from a financial standpoint, notwithstanding the fact that...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 September 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR ' f . i. If l m n4t h V. W News Around the City J. S. iiTiSBr; Cty Cj'rcuafor Residence, -215 E.Cameron Phone 4S8t nnd tell us about it. Mas. II A. Patterson is on the sick list this week. Vissit tho STAR office and tell us all tho news you know. C. G. Brewer, the mantRcr of job and advertising work of Tulsa Star will call by for such work. Mrs. J. H. Wells spent a Jew dnyfl in Bartlesvillo this week on business Call phone -18S1 when you have any news or job work. Mrs. Clara B. Loupe has been on tho sicK list. She is ablo to bo out, again after being confined to her bed for a week. Mr. Robt. Finch, the groccrman and Market man is doing good bus ness. Mrs B. S. Cleaver and Mrs. Lucy Colo have returned from Dallas Tex as Where they went to attend tho wedding of their brother Chief F. N. Burns is confined to his home with typhoid fever. He is reported resting nicely. Remember the Economy' Drugs store when you want pure drugs Mrs. H. A. Guess nnd her child, ren return...

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 September 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR Madam, if you want your clothes snow white and sweet use RUB-NO-MORE CARBO NAPTIIA SOAP-"Carbo" kills germs "Naptha" cleans instantly. No rubbing no wash day grief no ruined clothes. RUB -NO -MORE CARBO NAPTIIA SOAP Is just di ef fnrtlve for wnntl. I metal, Klass, etc. Gleam and disin fects your wash It iloi-s not need hot water. Carbo Disinfects Naptha Cleans KUI1-N0.M0RE RUH-NO-MORE Catbo Niplhn Soap Washing Powilcr Five Cents All Grocers The Rub-No-More Co., RWaync, Ind. f . .M St. Louis Is tho largest primary fur unit ket In tho world. nirurv's omi nt:i.i.iii.f. kyi: w.ti:ii ckuIs and soothes sorw eyes. Adv. Tho best thing a knocker can do for his homo town 1s to purchaso a rail wny tlohet ono way and uso It. lied Crow Hall Hluo mnkes the laundress itmv. makes clotlir All wood grocers. Adv. Their Preference. "Do you llko tho gold and silver pieces of motioy to bo In relief?" "Yes, If It Is to bo my relief." Tho target on tho ground to test tho nccuracy of ncro...

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 September 1914

I: TULSA, OKLA.. STAR r . Memtional StDMM Lesson (By E. O. SELLDUS, Director Sunday School Course, Mood Bible Institute, Chicago ) LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 20 Remember theTlme and the Place Opens Tuesday SEPT. 22 Closes Saturday OCT. 3 OKLAHOMA CITY If jt SEPT. 22 1914 OCT. 3 !. t 1 Lk t ' rf K JUDGMENT OF THE NATIONS. . LESSON TEXT-Matt. 2S:31-0. GOLDCN TEXT Inasmuch as yo did It not unto ono of tlio least, y Ud It not unto Me. Matt. 23.15. I. The Congregation, vv. 31-33. This is ono of tlio dlincult and much-con-trovorted pnBsagca of our Lord's Oli vet prophecy. The tltlo "Son of Man" Is ono which refers to our Lord's earthly relations and administration, and Is ono not otherwise) used In this prophecy. Jesus Is speaking to his disciples. Ho looks boyond tho dark passion so rapidly approaching to tho light of tho ultimate fulfilling or his purposo for this world. Our Lord hero makes no rcferenco to tho final Judg ment mentioned In tho Apocalypse. In that hour earth and heaven will fle...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 September 1914

"(TV -yyyyrr Traw-ig TULSA, OKLA., STAR I When you want a nice quick lunch for youselfor your family think of BEN'S PLACE the quick lunch stand in rear of the Sand Spring Depot OPEN ALL HOURS BBHHHEIHHBHBflSHBBKVfiBHHBHHBBHBHiilHHIiHHIi I One Out Of Three THE BEST, 1HATS ALL! The Old Reliable Crystle Cafe Serving One Big Mid-day Meal Every Day We Cater To Particular People Meals 25cts. Short Orders, All Hours Ice Cream, Cold Drink Founain In Connecion Cigars, Tobacco And (General Confectionary C. G. Gipson, Prop. no N. Greenwood Tulsa Okla. "S Claremore Oklahoma The Health Resort WASHINGTON BATH HOUSE For the Colored peoPle MRS. NANCY WASHINGTON, PROP. Furnish The Best Accommodations For Lodging And Board Best Attention Given Bathing The Radium Water is unexcelled in curing Rheumatism in its many forms, it cures all kinds of skin diseases, Eczema, Scrofu la, Indigestion, Itch, Erysipelas, .S philis in its last stage, and all forms of stomach trouble yield to the Radium Water, also m...

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