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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 21 November 1914

Grand Lodge Directory of The G. U. O. of O. And hTh. ofR. (Oklahoma Jurisdiction) '- GRAND SALE AT KAHN'S The Big First Street Store Begginulng Saturday Wc Place On Sale 1500 Ladies, Misses & Children Coats and Coat Suits and Dresses At Absolutely One Half Price... MEN'S And BOYS SUITS And OVERCOATS 2500 Pairs Of Ladies Shoes At '1. "Others at I.25 COME AND ATTEND THIS GREAT SALE. WE PAY YOUR RAILROAD FARE. THE BIG FIRST St. STORE. Kahns WACOM SHOES They lace close over the instep. Feel com fortable around the ankle. Don't slip at the heel and require no breaking in. Style No. 832 f Wall Street Last r. M. lion SHOE CO.. JbW MucWtr. N. IL E. D. Jefferson, Q. M., Muskogee. V. C. Pennington, D. Q. M.. EIRano. Jamos Stophonson, O. 8., Dolor. u. 11. uiaypool, a. T., Carney. r. Iv. T. Ilutlar. 0. M. H.. Muabnomo. R. j. PoiTV. D II Wntitia.- v.ll J. M. Whlto, Troai., Okmugoo ENDOWMENT BOAR E. U. Jeffcraon. ProsIdonL 8. T. Wiggins. Soc'y.. Wagoner. Q. C. Adams, Trcai., Muskogoe. E. D. J...

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. — 21 November 1914

swjFjpBtiiw? TULSA. OKLA.. STAR " v -Srt jiJWJJ WESTERN CANADA'S STRONG POSITION "THE WHEAT ORANAOV OF THE WORLD," A WELL AP PLIED TERM. Wt-Htorn Canada occupies n stronger ponilton toilny tluui It over lins occu pied. TnUliiK oho yenr with another, Mio uffioloncy of lis Inmls to product) lias been well jirovcil. It has not been nld of It (IihI year In ainl )onr out there woro bumper ami bounteous crops. If audi n condition existed It would lie phenomenal In the history of nny oountry. With nti extensive torrltory producing Ri'itln. hoss. cattlo mi (J Hlieop, of Home 800 miles wide and 1,000 rnllofl long, It Is easy to con eclvo of n wldo variation In tempera uru nnd climate; thorn la variation In rainfall and Hiiowfull: overy section In not Ihe bout In thn dltitrlct homo are better (huu ollicrH and houio worse. Iiut aH a KOiiH7il thins, tho great per cunlugo In "botlor." Thin pant year Ii.ih hIiouii that uorno portions nro not ultoRulhnr iiiununo from periods of lroiii4lit. Tho nam...

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. — 21 November 1914

FjrwmMiimmm&jmv mr " SM' - TULSA, OKLA., STAR r f 4 ,. -. T? re. r ft PQILM RAISE SQUABS FOR MARKET First Essential Is to Have Suitable House and Yard to Confine Birds Enforce Cleanliness. The keeping of pigeons has becomo regular business In somo sections, compared with ten years ago, and n great deal of interest la now being taken In tlio pigeon as a sourco of profit, Tho first essential Is to have a good hoiiso nnd yard, and to have tho ' yard wired, In order to conflno tho birds. The house should bo arranged to permit of abundnnt floor room, tho nests to bo along tho sides. The homer pigeon 13 largely used, an ex cellent mating being tho dragoon and homer. Uo sure that tho sexes nro equal, an pigeons pair nnd keep tho samo nests. Mice In tho nests must bo guarded ngalnst, and lice will de stroy oil profit. Glvo nesting ma terials for tho birds, and include to fcacco leaves, which will assist In keeping llco away. Fresh insect pow der should bo freely UBed in the tiestB on th...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 21 November 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR ,fr Furnished Rooms For Rent I A QUI 1ST RESPECTABLE COMMUNITY. Paved Sirccts. . . Ench room ncntly furnished, with bath 523 North Detroit St. Mrs. Kntic Haldridgc, Prop HOTTENTOT The Star Cleaning Parlor Mil ,o-dalo sanitay cleaning methods. Ladies' work and nl teratlons .1 specialty. Lut us do your cleaning. Suits made to your measure. Come in and see our line or stylish madc-to-mcasure clothing. We have every fabric ev ery color, every weave, every pattern and make every stylo at prices to suit your pocket book. patterns to select from. Hats cleaned and blocked. VISIT US Phone 817 N. E. PYRTLE. Proprietor- For Blacksmithing, Horse Shoe ing and Plumbing Gas & Steam Fitting Call The LONE STAR SHOP 324 East Archer Street Phone 5085 SHAKESPEARE JOHNSON, PROPRIETOR ED. I1YDER MANAGER The Greatest rtomody In tho world (or tho speedy relict ot Headache, Nouralgla, Pleurisy, Pneumonia, Ilho umatlsm, Swollen or frost-bitten foot, all forms of soro-moutli or sore thr...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 28 November 1914

-JtStt- ib , U' V- & ?z ) A FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT ANn 1 JUSTICE Official Organ of i'lie Vol. 3, No 4 Elliott Seeks Vindication I Through Muskogee League; MUSKOGEE, OKLA. Nov. 25 Tim regular mooting of tho local Ne gro ItusInoNB League held Thursday ev- onlng November 12 In the Carter bldg., Was a failure owing fi'lin attendance. Tho president, S. D. Honker, was not present because of the Ulnctm of one of his children, also tho secretary. K. I). Nlckcns wiih absent. The Hon. A. O. V. Sango was ouo of those present. Local League to Render Program Sunday P. M. T lie local Husi ess will render a very interesing program tomorrow afternoon tit tlio Droamlat d Then tre. This will !o tho begining of a series of regulnr wee'ky programs to 'bo rendered by the local league The pirj;rnm tomorrow will us follows; 1 Music A. M. E. Choir 2 Invocntii n 3 Music, A M E. Choir 1 Recitation Miss Mot tic Mitchell 5 Vocal Solo, Miss Dorothy Patter hod G Oration, Samuel Gra son 7 Recitation, Miss...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 28 November 1914

TULSA, O K L A , STH MJNISTERIAL ASSIGNMENTS DIOHOP MUII1IAH OIVEfl OUT LIOT OP M. B. CHURCH. 80UTH, APPOINTMENTS. MAIIY PREAGHESS LEAVE STATE Rv. Knickerbocker Ooet to North Texas Conference; Other Changes In the Rotter. Ada. At the fla! seaaian of the Kart Okuafaoma confarenee of the Metbodlat Kplacofttl Church, Booth, Rt Paal'f church, Muskog , wm aom Inatod by Its pastor, Dr. J. M. I'trtur ion, for th seat ot ma 11)16 conven tton and It wm tmaulmoualy chuan. lllahrrp Murrsh nnauunced tha mlti-Iste-rial atipolntiminta fur tho anaulriK tonfoM ij' o year, which aro aa fol low. choef tw district, rraalrilltK Miliar J. A. IChiihv, Antifera circuit, C. n, Wada, sun liy, llruno circuit. Jus O Krazler, Jlok luklv clroull, I, if. latvomer, Chickasaw IkuIL II. c Imotkhuy, auiiply 1 1 u ijo and ileniilnftoii, I. w Cobb, aup ply, fclalel cln "It, Kaalman Jucob, Jama tin nit, Alexander Peter, supply, lKlorr circuit, J. J M llroy, supply, Mt curtain olrnill, Orejraa Duranl, Itufe circuit. A. ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 28 November 1914

'", r,'uaK "3Bjfc 3 & & is,' in 10 A' Wi O J J I t' .q. SB jl iO .an .mil tine .Hill .BU( am JU to rlrlvn In Hnnliln hnmnon For crushed, finger thoroughly jioply Hanford's nalsaiU.JUdV. Hi fj I Tho one tlmo a man novcr demands a receipt ib wuen no p Smilo on wash Any. That' lied Croxt llall Illue. ClotI mow. All grocers. Adv, Damaging. "ConfeBBlon la good fo! "Yes, but It Is often reputation." YOim own nnnnniRx Irr Murine ICje ltptnrdT for Krea and (Iranuiatpd HtMI Inn Hrn comfort. Write for nr man rree. uurino isye u Not So Sh "How baths?" did you Had KAHHA "Oh, BOW-BOW tfi'o W'.0301 " UVIIH, I,,!,, KhhUl xVt'H;"k'ul!oaiMr;.oabbr(ypweeip to forget that you were a blonfloIast "'"""''.'im biiii hnii,(i.,olW "SWra&ffiS nn. l-kfi'iflVb ''minute and Tiyiell 'VbU' h6Vy loi'gflt' rich.'.' 'vniiuilUUWi 14k L.JiJ.uu-i. &rtf' BhMUbyinuWhjo donttliyvu., iUU UCUU U BIIHVU'UUU" .niMb.ouTstf, astft9jdfl ymirjIwUAiab jQ.itLma.on ,ma?" ?t?W wmSHHSk' mIW MM n"hatliVal"tJorD.'Jfooln ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 28 November 1914

( H.RMK.MHtftt ...Mm. H.iffiu still THE TULSA STAE rlii.Jvgp.nd Publshing CO. Published Every S&twJs.y ;t I , North Greenwood Street. Who is This Man? Or is lie More Than Man? - .. ..., ..., serving fun i y men Is in family stylo None better nny where. Room and Hoard Very Reasonable Huff Hotel, .Mrs Adn II Huff Prop 210 East Aiclier S.reet Kfitor.il i. -ooi'ilolivt rnntor April II. 101:1. :vt tho lml Oflloo at Tiilsa OkUhniiii, under thn Act of March 3, 1870. Mm S D. Rowu left I Ft Sunday for HcgjistT v sit'h rdatightor, Mrs. Adams, A. J. 8UITIIKIIMAN, Man. O. II Smitiikiiman J. II. Smitiikiiman, O. W. UarrlHoa A. P. Illnkoinooro, KlIITOK AM) I'Ulll.lHlIKH KOUIKLY KlIITOK liUHI.NIlHH .lA.VAOKIt Advortlnlng Manager Traveling ItcpruHciitativo On var Hlz Month Throo Montn HUItSCIUI'TION HATKS l.00 CO .."IS MEMDER i NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. KUUH UKSUI.TB KOIt I10.M15 AND I'O .KIONAIIVKHTISICUS The price of this paper is $1.00 per year. If you like it send us your subscripti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 28 November 1914

wtwasE?'!!- 'i r ' .rtfc-MTtCT GRAND SALE AT KAHN'S B The Big First Street Store enst3Brsai 5"35nr .ojj s scsrb egginning Saturday Wc Place On Sale 1500 Ladies, Misses & Children Coats and Coat Suits and Dresses At Absolutely One Half Price... MEN'S And BOYS SUITS And OVERCOATS 2500 Pairs Of Ladies Shoes At $1.48 Others at I.25 COME AND A TEND THIS GREAT SALE WE PAY YOUR RAILROAD FARE. Kahn's THE BIG FIRST ." t. STORE. SHOES They lace close over the instep. Feel com fortable around the ankle. Don't slip at the heel and require no breaking in. Stylo No. 832 fi f Street Grand Lodge Directory of The G. U. O. of O. And fi.Jl. ofR. (Oklahoma Jurisdiction) E. D. Jofforson, Q. M., Muskogee. P. C. Pennington, D. a. M.. Elltono. James Stephenson, Q. S., Boloy. u. ii. ciaypool, a. T., Carnoy. I)r. K. T. Ilutl.ir. (1. M. It., Mimkogao, It. I-. Perry. CI. D.. Wnhhnra Full. J. M. White, Trcas., Okinugco ,'JIu ENDOWMENT BOAR'-' E. D. Jefferson, ProsldcnL s. T. WIgglnB, Sec'y., Wngonor. 0. C. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 28 November 1914

'vphn Vuittapil II II.IIIM.1..MIMI,I'W" , , . -T ,., -.""TV ''.. TWf dip jrTTrto m r AMI OIUDHI;JLEO 1 V Mi i& .. - .. wtj fjn u mmWMQQm HUil inl.UUi.LOO J II -T-U-k-S-A, Q-JCJJU- -.&-I A .R. , . $fo i&.'0krman mim? S.1 Kl i'aartiMract n4Hby '"to2?W :partgiyiiio .HaBBaaaFi sari c sUBKrw at AJU Bica , L&U HL1 One-half of thirds V WH Y OATCW'JJOM, r tha Deaths and Tv tho. 81-kne-s l tho. DJ riot Result'of- bVtclrlhrf CftrW Nothing could bo of- croater vital lntcre.it w tltc fajnlvitliain to Know a how to a.tiU duUlilutl duld. VI V J i V f "V GOLQS THAT. KILL. ... If It be true, ns ono famous doctor Rays, that catching cold can bo avoided, thlnlo.what ltJmtAnui,:TM-l thirds qfrpn nlcne-- tnatnQ,Wim'rI presses tho Pcpplo would ba avoided, Serious l.iterMWncb;, UiY'WiWm, Tho anguish of'SHilous paronliT'ThV blastlitR' 'of mWny Ibrlllldrtt dreiUn-i, All these lM"tfi. fttpuj'1 d? jlarlK' done away with. If jievple knew, oty to avoid catching coiu. uaiciiinc cold is a very co...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 28 November 1914

fca! Htf .- TULSA. OKLA.. STAR y K-. ftp-' T1 . . ' LEGISLATURE ID GABS VOTES NO ELECTION CERTIFICATES E& CEPT TO LAWMAKERS, I UNTIL THAT TIME. TO COMPLY WITH THE NEW LAW Will De First Time In History of 8tat That This Hri Di an Done Fair Association hlects Officers. Oklnhoma City. For tho first time In tho lilHtory of Oklnhoma that pop tlou of tho constitution, which pro rides that tho legislature Rhall can rnss ulcctloti ruttirnn and dcclaro the result, Is to lo carried out, according to a statement by Secretary Joo Mop rls of thu Btato election bonrd. Tho state board will not Issuo certi ficates of elocllon to any candidate! In tho recent election, except to mo la bors of tho Btato and national house and senate, until nfter tho legislature has canvassed tho returns and de clared tho result, as provided by the constitution. It Ib considered necessary by the board to issuo certificates to tho mom bers of tho legislature, inasmuch at they are required by tho constitution to act ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 28 November 1914

I' U L S A. O K L A., STAR IN' A QUIKT RICSPKCTABLIC COMMUNITY. I'uvctl S'iccIh . . Kncli room n cully fniniclied, villi luilli 523 North I let roil St Mr. Katie Hnltliidpe, I'rnt The Star Cleaning Parlor T? -. 1l T) T?.. T") 4. HOTTENTOT J7U1 IllSUCU 1N.UUU1S JTUI JLVt'll L The OrontoBt Itumody In tho world for tlio spnpily rnllof of Ilcnducho, Neuralgia, I'li'iirloy, I'lit'timmila, lllio lilimtlflin, Swollen or friitl-liltteii fuet, nil forms of Horo-motilli or aoro throat, wools eyei or Granulated soro eyes, any form of skin rihicusa anil novcro pi-Inn from nlnio.it tiny rnuno. Any ponton tan learn 'o tne Iloltun- ot effectively In a very short tlmo. I'rlfo f0 conln pur bottle. Tor hhIh by .lie lemlliu; Tulsa Drug ,. , , Mii .it i i i .Ih'-orfs. Out of Town rii tomcrs, sunil U. .o-dnlc sunitay clcaniiij,' methods. Ladies work and al jr or,icrH ,,jre(.t , , Hottontot lerafloiis .i siiudnlly. Let us do your cleaning. jilmncdy company. P. o Unx is:: Suits made to your measure. Come ...

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. — 5 December 1914

The Leading Race Paper in The State of Oklahoma ' -- Jt p'K1 MlnHMi A OUR eiinefiifimnu FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT ANn . LIST MAKES A VAJ.UAALE LMCDtOM rOR J ADVERTXSXMd I Wm - m JUSTICE m m 0-im& m0t i-n-rsipM i fciii eekhk S&00far i5 ' f: Mh& . - Icy V1 i-'". - '", r ' : w if fr Official Organ of The Vol. 3, vNo 5 White ML E. Set It was pleasing to tho members of tho race to sco tho ministers of tho white raco take a stand against Pres ident Wilson on raco segregation at its regular meeting Monday. They expressed the thought of the right thinking people of tho country. Tho ministers took tho stand that segre gation practiced Is wrong In prlnclplo because It Is unfair to abuse one class of public employes, who have as much right as tho others. They regarded it as unChrlstlan, unpatriotic and un American. Tho resolution was sub mitted to tho meeting by tho commlt teo on public policy and was passed unanimously. The resolution on the raco question read: "Whereas, wo behov...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 5 December 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR ARMIES OF ALLIES NOW ON OFFENSIVE Gorman Assaults Around Ysor and Ypros Suppressed, the Allies Assert. RUSSIAN NAVY BOTTLED UP The Kaiser's Fleet Holds Baltic Sea and Turkey Controls the Black Sea Sultan Declares Holy War on the Allies. Summary of Events.") Official reports from Paris and London sny that tho Allien have assumed the offensive against tho Germans along tho Yser river and the Ypres canal in the last few days. This is regarded as a sig nificant change. Tho Gormaus, following a hilt last ing more than n week, mado very heavy assaultB nil alow; tho lines In tho oxtromo northwest of Franco nnil In Southwestern Ilclgtutn. Thoy had heavr reinforcements and fresh ruiib, and for n tlmo It nnpeared that they would bo nblo to cut tho Allies' lino and get to tho English chnnnel. It was reported from Merlin that tho kaiser had ordered his groat west ern army to get to Calais, Trance, by December 10, nnd that n raid on tho east coast of Kngland would follow tho c...

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. — 5 December 1914

ffffiyy--, 'wTOfflfl'ww7WKf 5jJu TTs. A. O K L .. ST A R 4HHH4HHHHrKjH4- H-HfHtrl Kit ; 1 ;Jvlvl I GOT THE PHRASES MIXED 4 BR T IDIP IS BLOWN UP FOURTEEN OF CREW RESOUEU IN DESTRUCTION OF DATTLE- SHIP BULWARK. DEAD LIST WILL EXCEED 700 Accident Takes Place at Mouth Thames, 30 Miles From London. Caused by Magazine Explosion. Bhoarncss, England. Tho British battleship Bulwark was destroyed by a terrific explosion as sho lay off lioro. Only fourteen ot tho crow of 700 or BOO inon Btirvlvcd. Tho explosion Is believed to linvo occurrod In her forward magazine. Whether It was caused by accident or des.'fn Is a question to be determined by tho commission which has boon appointed to Investigate. In tho opinion of naval men, It wai nn Internal oxploaldn that put nu end to tho battleship. Thero was no great upheaval of wnter such ns would liavo occurred If alio had been tor pedood or struck by a mlno. Instead, tho ship wns enveloped In smoko and flames nnd when this had cleared nothing could ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 5 December 1914

T I PEEKING A NEW EL DORADO Jack Johnson is on his wny to Buenos Aires, tl o enchanting cap ital of tho Argentina, South Ame rica's progressive agricultuial El Dorado, tliero to try to develop a new field (rT tho wnrld's'ohampion ship fi ht (Tasca. Yes, fiasco is right. Sinco John son lias figured in world's chain pionships, f( llowing his victory over littlo Tommy Hums, in Austrnlia, in 19.18, lie has particip ted in no thing but 'joke" contests, including with tho husk of aonco great scrap per, Jpffries. His tango with Flynn was tho sorriest , most inexcusable match ever arranged for u big title at such expense. His bouts with Al Kaufman, Ketchcl, O'Brien and Moran were i erely pot-boilers, none of the men named figuring to have the Ecmblnnco of a look in. or is tho Wihnrd match, to train for which Johnson is going to South America, feemingly any more me ritorious than its predecessors On the theory that Father Time and Jock Birleycorn have already cut down tho black champ'on to a...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 5 December 1914

. . fr v -ia,j e''e-ntf-tJV'ti"-' 3K.,3BJJ:i..-v..M.r,Btti THE TULSA STAR Prklli r gund Publshiag CO. Published Every Saf.rdv.y -,t 'J Worth Greenwood Street. Kntorpil a souilolm imttor April II. tf)l:l, at tlio Tost Oillou at TiiIhii Oklahoma, under tho Act of March 3, 1870. A. J. SlMTIIKRMAK, SIRS. O. II.SMITIinilMAN J. II. Smitiikiiman, O. W. Harrison A. P. Blakemooro, !!iiiio:i and Pum.ihiikh Sociht.v Kmruit I10SINI1HU .MAN.WIKII Advertising Manager Traveling HuproMentatho SUIJSOUIPTION ItATKS On Tar Blx Month Throo Moutn 51.00 .CO ..lii MEMBER i NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. SUKU KBSUI.TS KOlt IIO.MK AND 1-'0..KI0NAI)VHIITISI!U8 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. "JIM CROW" LAW UNCONSTITUTIONAL. The dicission of the U. S. Supreme Court in the Oklahoma "Jim Crow" case while it did not give us tho expected relief shows conclusively that the railroads arc supposed to give equal acco...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 5 December 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR W HELD ILLEGAL JIM W W ea dims Forty Tom WatBon watermelons, ranging In weight from 45 to C2 pounds, recently attracted and hold ay attention In Muskogee, Okla., whllo I was passing through a splendid ag ricultural and Industrial exhibit, writes William Anthony Aery ot tho Hamp ton Instituto. Kred Hawkins, a young, flllm, dark skinned Negro or East Muskogee, who Is a shnro tenant, working a dozen crcs of rich ArkatiBns bottom land, raised theso melons. Ho had caught tho Jdoa of growing flno fruit nnd oth er farm crops from soelng his whlto nolghbors reap largo profits from their few acres. He had dono his best In farming and bad won, thereby, both for himself and for his race, tho confldenco and ro pcct of many whlto nnd black busi ness friends. Law-abiding, hard-working, nnd thrifty, ho hns not been seri ously troubled by any prcsilng prob lem of raco adjustment. Ho has solved the problem through ndvanclng tho best Interests of his own commu nity. When ho was a c...

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 December 1914

TULSA. OKLA.. STAR .. lr teMHONAL StiiwsaiooL Lesson (Djr E. O. SELLERS, Acting Director Sun. day School Course, Moody Bible Insti. tute, Chicago.) LESSON FOR DECEMBER 6 CHRI8T RISEN FROM THE DEAD. LESSON TEXT-Mark 16:1-8; Matt. Mill. IB. GOLDEN TEXT Why seek ye the liv ing among the dead? ire la not here, hut Is risen. Luke 24:5, 6. Tho death of Christ mado a pro found Impression, Luke 23: 4 S, 49. Jo seph, who had bcon a secret disciple, obtained tho body and gave It burial, Mark 10:42-47. In tho lesson selected for today wo havo, first, 'Mark's record of tho discovery of tho resurrection by tho womon, and, second, Matthew's record of how his enemies dealt with that fact, I. Tho Resurrection Morn, Mark 16:1-8. Tho Sabbath onded at sun down and the shops wero then opened. Mary Magdaleno then purchased spices that thoy might anoint tho dead body of Jesus. Thoy may havo paid tho tomb a visit late on Saturday, sco Matt. 28:1 R. V. Starting tho next morn, "while It was yet dark," John ...

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 December 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR Furnished Rooms For Rent IV A QUI 1ST RESPECTABLE COMMUNITY. Pnvcd Streets. . . Enrh room nciitly nunis-licd, with tint li 523 North Detroit St. Aire. Kntic Hnldridgc, Prop The Stan Cleaning Parlor Ui, .o-dnte sanitny cleaiilntr methods. Ladies' work and al terntions u specialty. Let us do your cleaning. Suits made to your measure. Come in and see our line oi 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. lints cleaned and blocked. VISIT US Phone 817 N. E. P Y RTLE, Proprietor- HOTTENTOT The Gem Furniture Co. tttt SMKV tttttttt ttKiW AHiW ttV KMXKyyyM 119 East First St Dealurs Iii New and Second Hatv Furniture Your Credit Is Good We buy and sell evet ythinjr in the home furnishing line Tho Grentest Uomedy In tlio world for tlio speedy relief of Headache, Neuralgia, rieurisy, Pneumonia, Hho umallsm, Swollen or frost-bitten feet, all for...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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