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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 10 October 1914

TULSA, OKU STAR News Around the City J. S. KIRBY, City Circulato Residence, -215 E.Cameron Phono 1SSI and toll us .-.bout it. WANTED: Mlthllo ago woman to cciok unit do housowork. Call ut TUB TULSA STAIl olllco. "Tho Mllllou Dollar Mystery" la at tr.ictlng great crowds at tho Williams Dreamland Thualro every Thursday night. Prof G. V Wnnl of Latigstoti Un ivorsity was a caller at thcStnr of fice Tuesday. Win. Kngsdalc proprietor of tho Homo Undertaking Co. cf Musko was a caller at the star office Tues. J. II. Smit.ierm.in busitu-is mana ger of the Star spent last Sunday in Claretnore. Lawyer J. C. Johnson and J. P. Davis of Wowoka were i'i the City Monday. Remember Men's place when yon want a nico quick lunch. We have barbecue prepared especially for you. Don't forgot tho pace. Rrnr Sand Spring Corner Suit ion; Main and Arthur. Prof. W 13 Day of Sapulpa was a visitor in the City last Saturday and Sunday, tho guest of Nov. and Mrs Jas. A" Johnson A very interesting program will be re...

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. — 10 October 1914

-1 -'J t TULSA, O K L A., STAR k .- UMWWf .i ALLIES FAIL TO DRIVE GERMANS OUT OF FRANCE Von Kluck's Army Rallies and Maintains Strong Defense Along Forty-Mile Lino Near Belgium. SLAVS KILL 20,000 Awbush Tculonlc Column Which M- tempt to Cross Nlemen River, Say London Reports Russ Advance Slow. (Strnutaiy of Evrttts.') The AIM have not yet whipped (on. Von Kluek's (.lerittnn army in northwest. Kranee. It was be hoved they had him cornered and at the point of retreating into 1M ptum about five days apo. He rallied, however, after re-enforee-tnoiits came, and the Allies were driven back. Von Khiek is main- tainini; a vigorous defeiixo nil .iloiii; .1 Kittle lun li.inune from when the Slavs ptened the Gorman (.'. 'u i, ci at t' Mi' n . of wntpr.it V g stowoo Husslan Poland j PRIESTS HELP THE WOUNDED USacEsts: v- lricit running to tho assistance of a ounJJ soldier at tie battle of Mcaus. the Oise and the Aisne rivers, di rectly northward for forty miles. The battle front is once more whe...

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. — 10 October 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR r $V . 1 9 Don! exaggerate or misrepresent an article advertised in this page. When in Town Call at The Peoples' Cafe 29 North Boston First Claca Meals Sarvexl at All Hours " - "- nd Night J. l. Lockard. Pron. J. B. STRADFORD Real Estate, Loans and Investments Lota for Salo on Enay Tcrma PHONE 3380 301 N. GREENWOOD TULSA, OKLAHOMA WELDY BROS. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats and Lard Buy and Sell Cattle, Hojrs, Veal and nil Kinds of Live Stock Wo Do Our Own Kllllnu 21 E. 1st St. Phono 11GB Tulm, Okln. HOME UNDERTAKING CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers We carry our own outfit and a full, complete stock of high class funeral goods. WM. RAGSDALE & SONS, Props Day Phone 746 Night Phone 291 323 N. Second Street Muskogee, Oklahoma C. 0. Winterringer, NURSE REGISTER Guy V. McCollogh MOWBRAY UNDERTAKING CO. 125 Second St. Phone 329 Notary Public. H. AUGUSTUS GUESS Lawyer fi"ej YorV Continuous Practice. Civil and Probaff Mattera a Specialty, 216 E. A...

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. — 10 October 1914

wmmrmiBimmtmgmmimt mytafjs t3Sflff"Wc TULSA, OKLA., STAR THAVIU'S BAND IS ANOTHER FEATURE Popular Music Marvel and Master Ar tists to Again Please Patrons of Large Fair. When tho annotinconiont was innilo u short tmo ago that Tliavlu, that wontser working mimic magician ami Ills Russian ban J would again appear at tho New Statu Fair at Muskogio, October C, B, 7, 8. 9 and 10, there waB a thrill of delight which swept this entlr section of the country. This marvelous master of music Is one of tho most noted directors In the world of music and his renown has exalted him to the throne of the Muses In the hearts of the Oklahoma music loters. A. F. Tliavlu and his band hate twice appeared at the annual attrac tion of Eastern Oklahoma and twice this Renins and the members of this delightful collection of music artists have brought Joy to the patrons of tho New Stale Fair. As usual this leader of the perfect makers of harmony r-a some nifty surprises for the fairm. r- Besides his resula ban...

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. — 17 October 1914

The Leading Race Paper in The State of Oklahoma 'Jrt A A OUR rEARLESS EXPONENT SUBSCRIPTION LIST MARCS A irii tiABi v OF RIGHT AND VJUtUAOMl 1 j JUSTICE L MEDIUM TO ADVERTISE MEDIUM FOR J ' -mMfM p h h m sgrmmm - ZJVi sssS3 -.-- y Official Organ of The Vol. 2, No. 50 At Last Elliott Spends $277.00 For "Advertising And General Field Work" But Doesn't Say How Much Went to Race Papers Had Nearly Two Months in Which to Pad His Report At last president Elliott lms render ed a report ctnbraslng all of his trans actions ns president of tho State HusI ness League for more than a year. Wo publish tho report below for tho bene fit of our readers who liavo been anx iously awaiting tho same. Further comment will bo mado on tho report In our next Issue. Wo notlco in this report jmder Expenditures that every statement is fully ltlmlzed except tho first ono which shows that ho spent 1277.14 "for adv. nnd field work." Now wo want to know to whom this monoy was paid and for what. In our opinion tho ...

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. — 17 October 1914

jp fir iMfcr - ynwftan tlii OrLJt- S T A 2 S GERMANS TAKE ANTWERP AFTER TERRIFIC SIEGE Flees l ftsAiiwl iltw ?v fcnttrjrt. Sonsn Chw mifi X.tauf ww tnlGUovB 1 -Sir AUti ic m intHHrvnr -u. Stiit u wttitihuj if tlx pnMunn rf imnttiif tn Shtbhuw Inm. "-.Inn- Htniur jumttami It icttuimurx T-nuttn li tli!H 7ltthnM bt Gr niHiir liiit Ihhoi ltatiwi; tttaadfe t. -num.:. wunt to! aaiufiiHtteii e tn iiiim.c unt-.it tf tot Iftann; j. Imima tr-rojnrit Iitmuit ZnaiH$ Ini-na; tti. Uihi vefc StcTHin Ito-lti. "to to wtfttaru lmrfkditafi fiarruHt anC jLumrtuL Sicnaf irw mo IftflMti ntiqgtiie xln Swfttuc tiCuuttt-!. luIlintJijf. uimminut Ituwe!; Gtnjin torn rf iwcrtm. uuC G'trniui: unrt'ii w uiipich iiuf prtufiy tnitaurwrtiC Ait JttunflHL euuur 1- l Hiaittait TUWHSUiOB. fltipt Otimtnrit Tump Tuu. Fritetaj; Tiit Jhjiuih.-m hirst swrato !& niuFt pttw iic ?vtiXH Huicy xuatsir w- tuJa. vrjikft. maanar oaiabiiai Ua REFUGEES. SUFFER -Bl l laiwfi tff TtiBtr Sstw tamfe rMUMHft AD SteaBOiax., JiMhV ItmM 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. — 17 October 1914

TULSA. OKLA.. STAR Xr T3' K fc ev STATE TEACHERS TO MEET in. 5-7 THOUSANDS OF PEDAGOGUES TO HOLD ANNUAL SESSIONS IN OKLAHOMA CITY. NOTABLE SPEAKERS ARE ENGAGED Dr. Woods Hutchison, Prof. P. G. Hol der! and Prof. Charles Zueb (. Iln on the Program for I Addresses. The Oklahoma Statu Hducntion will liolil Jin minimi convention in Okla homa City, November G, C, and 7, 1914. Twelve thousand programs aro now being printed and sent to every county superintendent, city superin tendent, school president, and princi pal In tho state. These programs will he distributed to every teacher in tho itatc ab'out 10.000 in all. Probably never such a group of men vif national character and reputation have been presented on a program In Oklahoma as will be presented at this convention. Dr. Charles II. Judd, director of the School of Education of the University of Chicago, Is now rec ognized as one of the few really great men In tho field of educational psy chology and educational problems, and yet no o...

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. — 17 October 1914

- il TULSA. OKLA.. STAR HE TULSA STAE Irl.-.tn gund Publshing CO. Published Every Saturday :tt iol North Greenwood Street. Katoroi . iiseori 1 dm raitter April 11. 1013, at tho I'oH Ofllco at Tulsa Oklahoma, undur tho Act of March 3, 1870. A. J. Smitiikkman, MRS. O. n.SMITIIRIIMAN J. II. SMITIIKIIMAN, C. 0. Ilrowor A. P. Olakomoorc, KlIITOR AND I'UULlSlllSIl SOCIELY KDITOK . ItUSINESS MANAGER Advertising Manager Traveling Representative SUBSCUIPTIO.V KATKS THE PRAYER FOR PEACE. IT DEPENDS ON WHOSE OX IS GOItED, Inthe matter of p'.-ace. Who would think that a people who stand for lynching, race proscription, and all the other mean and cursed things 'which the American people have stood, why who would think they would offer a prayer for peace? Why would the man who is always trying to start something, make trouble with others, want a prayer for peace. It is one of the Inconsistencies which we have to wink at, for we have learned a long time ago that the American man is not very ser io...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 17 October 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR h m News Around the City "Phone 4831 nrid toll up about it. Mr. Lee, munngcr of Drenniland tlientru is vor- sick nt tlie Williams Hotel. Mr. G. Washington of Ilichit Gkln. is visiting his sister Mrs Ro bertson 019 E. Champboll. lie will return home on 17th inst. Mrs. Wobb of 221 North Frank ford is sick. Mrs It. Todd and mother of Bar tleville are in the city visiting Mrs Stouftll320 N. Fiankford. Mrs. Emma Ellis 31S N. Frrnk ford who has been very sick since last Juno is convalescence and is improving. Sho has been able to be up the last two weeks. Mrs. Lulft Adams daughter of Mrs Douglas Itowo returned to her home at Ucggs Wednesday after a two weeks visit with her parents. , John Bell who was arrested last week in connection with a supposed mnrdcr suicide has been released and is back at his old stand in the New State Barber Shop. Rovr. F. II. Prentice a resident ofAldrich Alabama. Now Pastor of the Baptist Church at Sedan, Ivans. Was a caller at the Star Offic...

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. — 17 October 1914

T U A. O K L A.. STAR T flj Don't exaggerate or misrepresent an article advertised in this page. When in Town Call at The Peoples' Cafe 29 Nortn Bo,,OD First Clns MmIi Sarvad at All Hour r nnv rd Niftbt 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 nnd Sell Cattle, Horb, Veal and nil Kinds of Llvo Stock Wo Do Our Own Killing 21 E. 1st St. Phono 1158 Tulsa, Okln. HOME UNDERTAKING CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmcrs We carry our own outfit and a full, complete stock of high class funeral goods. WM. RAGSDALE & SONS, Props D;iy Phono 74G Night Phono 291 323 N. Second Street Muskogee, Oklahoma C. 0. WiNTEWtiNGEit, NURSE REGISTER Guy W. McCollogii MOWBRAY UNDERTAKING CO. 125 Second St. .Notary Public PlIONK 329 - H. AUGUSTUS GUESS Lawyer fiVn YerV Continuous Practice. Civil and Prob'affl Mattcri a Specialty, 218 E....

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. — 17 October 1914

y TULSA. O K L A.. STAR RULER OF ROMANIA IS DEAD GERMAN KING OF LATIN NATION DIES SUDDENLY. Ferdinand Succeeds; Nephew of Child less Monarch In Line; Country Well Developed. Amsterdam A telegram received lioro from Vienna says that King Charles ot Houmanla Is dead. Recent dispatches have described King Charles of Houmanla as being seriously 111 but from other quarters tils Indisposition had been declared to bo entirely political, it has boon predicted lately that ho was prepar ing to abdicate. Tho succession to tho tlirono of Houmanla In tho event of tho king remaining childless was settled by tho constitution upon his elder brother. Prlnco Leopold of Ilohonzollcrn-Slg-garlugcn. Leopold renounced his rights In favor of his son, Prlnco W1I helm and I'rlnco Wilhelm In 18SS re nounced his rights In his turn In fa vor ot his brother, I'rlnco Ferdinand, who wno born In 1SS3. King Charles. Prlnco Charles wob born a Holien zollcrn, an older branch of tho famllj than that of Emporor William...

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. — 17 October 1914

fULSA, OKLA., STAR Nichol Hat Works Phone 207. ,104 North Main St WE CLEAN AND BLOCK ANY KIND OF A HAT WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER WE EMPLOY UNION HELP ONLY. New Hats Made to Order Furnished Rooms IN A QUIET RESPECTABLE COMMUNITY. Paved Streets. . . Each room nently furnished, with batli 523 North Detroit St. Mrs Katie Baldridgc, Prop. 1 r The Star Clening Parlor Uy .o-dale imnitny cleaning methods. Ladies' work and al terations a specialty. Let us do your cleaning. Suits made to your measure. Come in and see our line or stylish made-to-measure clothing. We have every fabric ev ery color, every weave, every pattern and make every style at prices to suit your pocket book. patterns to select from. Hats cleaned and blocked. VISIT US Phone 817 N. E. PYRTLE, Proprietor- "Wx M T Y" ( i ror JblacksmithniQ Jtlorse-bhoe- ing and Plumbing Gas & Steam Fitting Call The LONE STAR SHOP 324 East Archer Street Phone 50S5 SHAKESPEARE JOHNSON, PROPRIETOR CURIOUS BITS OF HISTORY A RCMARKABLE FAMILY OP...

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. — 24 October 1914

The Leading Race Paper in The State of Oklahoma r FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE Vi L 'saaMaa'. r sEttiM LSOMl - ' - J- yy sss.i n n m u - v - r 1 . zsWW M wvm- --- a ODR SUBSCRIPTION LIST MAKES A VALUABLE MEDIUM TOR J ADVCRT1SW0 I wi mmm' SUCCESSOR TO THE MUSKOGEE STAR Official Organ of The Graud United Order of Odd Fellows, And The Knights And Ladies of Harmony of The World, Oklahoma Jurisdiction Vol. 2, No. 51 TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1914. Subscription 1.00 Par Year Asks . Elliott to Make Sworn Statement Texas Editor Gets in The Game Says He Has Valuable Information Con cerning The Business League The following editorial was clipped from tho San Antonio Inquirer of the 17 Inst. Wo reproduco It hero to show that the Star la not alone In Its claim that president Elliott has been wholly unfair to the Colored press. Again wo remind you that not n slnglo Colored paper has received as much as $5.00 out of tho $277.00 Elliott says he spent for advertising, etc. Th...

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. — 24 October 1914

PPW9HP r? 4r y TULSA, OKLA., STAR t k t I GREAT BATTLES PROGRESS BOTH EAST AND WEST Germans Make Desperate Ef forts to Capture Dunkirk, France, But Allies Hold Them In Check. SLAVS HOLD VISTULA Auitro-Gtrman Army Unable to Cron Pollih River Brltlih Destroy 4 German Warthtpt After Hawke Sinks. Summary of Bi'ents.") Throogbout the length of the 300-mile battle line extending from the North sea at the Belgian French frontier to the iawiss-Ger- man-French boundary conjunc tion fierce fighting has been re-i itewed. The Germans are making, desperate effort to take the port I of Dunkirk, France, folknrinrJ their capture of Ostend, BelcioaJ and they are bombarding Lille. FVanee. I By using all their strength and by moving heay rp-enforoem-nts rapidly from one i n-lantr- r point to anothr alontj v tatti- jsr y Mw Sj I B wt jP ' w nYJiHT rnnTfla vlnHkaflBifMnvHnVnnfnVnVnnVnnflKniM jirj -jiTar?sV tfjar' sjpflH . VriflpSvBw a BrlnirnaW,snaBnMMBwnMSMnanngyjia' Jsv SuTBassnssnnwaPftTa PjTMJnJSil'...

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. — 24 October 1914

TULSA, OKLA.. STAR Perona Cured This Han 01 Catarrh r 'itT.JS. B. Roese, Habnab, M a ryland, (writes: "Two years ago I bc Icamo a suf ferer with ca tarrh, whloh continues to now v o r 8 q and made mo 'miserable. I jcould scarcely smell at all, nd my taste had almost Iett mo. My head ached constantly, and at times had high fever and bleed ins at the nose. I was a perfoct Wreck "I tried several doctors, but derived 'no relief. I read In one of your lit tle booklets, called ails of Life,' o .reruna being a remedy for catarrh, end procured a bottle at once. After .the use of one bottlo I felt some bot .ter, so I tried the second and the third, and now I am a well man." Many a man has fractured his skull by a fall from tho treo of knowlcdso. Llfo Is no joko to tho fellow who trice to llvo by his wits. BMSvja--'- ,-- A Ten smiles for nickel. Alwaj-s buy Red , Cross Ball lllue; have beautiful clear white V tlothes. Adv. Thero aro lots of good peoplo on earth, and thero aro a lot nioro abou...

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. — 24 October 1914

.'a V 7 f Im'tx-w, -- f j",5'''!' m?1 TULSA. OKLA., STAR a THE TULSA STAR Prlutlvgwd Pubhhing CO. Published Every Saturday f.t iOl North Greenwood Street. Kiitorol .u MdCJii.l-ol.ii4 iinttor April II. 1013,. it tho Post Office at Tulsa OVUhomn, under tlio Aot of .March 3, 1 870. A. J. StllTI'KlttUN, Miib. O. U.Smitiibiima.n J. II. 8MITUKIIMAN, 0. W. Harrison A. I'. Blakstuooro, SUBSCRIPTION ItATUS On var tilx Month TUroo Month MEMBER j NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. The price of this paper is $1.00 per year. If you like it send U3 your subscription and help us to continue our work for the race. DRAGGING THE NEGRO IN IT SEEMS thnt they Just luivo to ring the Negro In as nu Issue In those political scrumnges, which prove thnt the white folks nro still plating dirty politics. Let the Negro Mono and go before tho voters on inorlts. Tho people have grown wise to this time worn "Nigger" dope and they will not bo roped In th's time. -O- PLAYING THE OSTRICH ELLIOTT'S REPORT which appeare...

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. — 24 October 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR - f . , News Around the City Phone 4881 and tell us about it. Do you want your stovo connect ed? Well call phone 2112 adv. Mrs. Uell McCullar Is on tlio sick list. 'Mrs. Humphry of Bryant street, is vory sick. Dr. J. W. Young of Boloy, was In tho city last weok. Mr. WaUon Bradloy of Williams otrcot. Is on tho sick list. Mr. J. P. Mackoy of 20C South Lansing, Is on the sick list. Mr. K. M. Cluy of Kansas City, Mo Is In the city. .Airs. Nettle Glass of Greenwood, has moved to North Frankforu. Look out for The Star's guessing contest. Miss II. Patterson of Supulpa, Is visiting her mother In Falrvlew. Mrs. Bortlo Young, Is confined to her hed at G07 North Frankfort!. Mrs Jennie Pierce, Mrs. Dollle Oliver, both of Bryant street are In bed, sick. Mr. James Mlddlebrook, has been down with rheumatic for three months. Mr. James Powell expects to leave the city, no mo oim will mlsa win James. We learn that our new protalmen will aprcar In their new uniforms soon uoou. Mr, C...

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. — 24 October 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR 4 MINISTERIAL BINTS TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL METH ODIST CONFERENCE CLO8E8 AT GUTHRIE. STATE DIVIDED IN SIX DISTRICTS As an Economic Measure For Detter Administration of the Affair of The Churches In Oklahoma. Guthrie. Tho twenty-third nntiunl Mothoillst cliurcli confcrcnco, which tins been In session lioro durlni; tho past week enmo to a close, Bishop W. O. Shupard nnnoiinccd, ohottly be fore closing hour thnt Oklahoma had been divided Into nix districts ns nn economic measure. Among tho inlnlstcrnll assignments mndo public nro tho following: Dr. T. S. Plttlngor of Macomb, III., to Guthrie; Dr. Perry r;. I'lcrco from Poplar Illuff, Mo., to Nowatn. Other nualRiiiiicntii nro nn follows: Alv.i District. Aha district i: H Hturkwril, district nupcrlntpnilrnt. Aline, II II Mrokpr; Aln, W. I' I.oimnoii: Alva circuit. A. V. IJnton. Amnrlllo, Tnxns, J. C. lltirr innn. Arnpalio circuit, IjqiiIm Miy, Arnalio, A It Cnllltis; Arnimhn. wrat, n c WndHworth, Arnctt, lMwiinl llroont; A...

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. — 24 October 1914

TULSA. OKLA., STAR r v K f7 INIHMTIONAL. stwrswL Lesson UJy B. O. SELLERS. Director Sunday School Course, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago.) LESSON FOR OCTOBER 25 JESUS AND JUDAS. LESSON TEXT-Matt K:H-K, il-10: 27; 1-10. GOLDEN THXT-Woe unto that man through whom the Bon of Man la be trayed. Matt. :C:42 n, V. No ltteraturo has a more terrlblo story than that of Judas. Matthow elvea us perhaps tho fullest nccount of his laBt acts and tho part ho had In thoso final hours of tho suffering and death of Jesus. Mary's act of anointing, by Jcsu3 commended, and by Judas condemned, caused tho latter to faro forth for his final net of faithless Infamy. Con- irasieu. wuti mo odor of her good deud, wo hero havo tho stench of an evil deed. I. The Bargain, vv. 14-25. (1) Tho Price, vv. 14-16. Disappointed In his hopes that Jesus would establish an earthly kingdom wherein ho should hold a high position, stung by tho re buko of vv. 10-13 (cf. John 12:4-8) and moved by cupidity, Judas hurries to tho e...

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. — 24 October 1914

xr-K n mtsa r U L S A, O K L A., STAR ; I IS Furnished Rooms IN A QUIET RESPECTABLE COMMUNITY. Pavod Streets. . . 523 North Detroit St. Ench room neatly furnished, with hath Mrs Kntio Hnldridge, Prop. The Star Clening Parlor l)y .o-date snnitny cleaning methods. Ladies' work and al terations u specialty. Let us do your cleaning. Suits made to your measure. Come in and see our lino of stylish made-to-measure clothing. We have every fabric ev ery color, every weave, every pattern and make every style at prices to suit your pocket book. patterns to select from. Hats cleaned and blocked. VISIT US Phone 817 N. E. PYItTLE, Proprietor- For Blacksmi thing, Horse Shoe ing and Plumbing Gas & Steam Fitting Call The LONE STAR SHOP 324 East Archer Street SHAKESPEARE Phone 5085 JOHNSON, PROPRIETOR CURIOUS BITS OF HISTORY A REMARKAnLE FAMILY OP ACTORS. By A. W. MAC.Y. In 1753 John War J. Gn Eno llsh theatrical wnntqer, opposed match between his daughter and a member ot his company, not wishing...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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