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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 12 December 1914

The Leading Race Paper in The State of Oklahoma " (ma I A J UUR FEARLESS EXPONENT SUBSCKIiTlOn LIST MAKES A J OF RIGHT Fl- VJU.UJ04fe J AND L MEDIUM TOR J ADVTRTXSWO 1 Si" i auatiLL '0i0 m h- BB H ? B 1 1 st "" S- ft"" B :jI 1" -r i RW ; Official Organ of The Vol. 3, No, 6 Editor Is Charged With Peeved Because THE TULSA STAR Published Facts About Him, T. J. El liott fries to Humilliate and Intimi date Editor By Charging Crimi nal Libel Editor Is Arrested $500 THE FIGHT TO THE FINISH IS NOW ON AND THE BIG GUNS ARE YE V TO BE BROUGHT IN TO ACTION Tho second chapter In tho famous League graft exposed by tho Tulsa Star was opened last Saturday when T. J. Elliott of Muskogco, president of tho State Leaguo went Into tho Super ior Court of Muskogeo County- and secured a warrant for tho arrest of A. J. Smtthermnn editor of tho Tulsa Star charging criminal libel. Deputy Sheriff W. L. Hobbms of Muskogco came to Tulsa with tho warrant Tues day morning and went to tho pollco station whero ho fo...

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 December 1914

TULSA. OKLA., STAR ! I BOTH BATTLED FOR POSITION Efficiency Experts In Humorous Con test for Best Place at an Impor tant Conference. "They rnrry drill nnd disciplines too far. They'ro lllj tho two olllclency exports." Tho speaker was ncpresentntlvo Wllllnm Gordon. Ito was criticizing ono of tho contending armies. "Yes," Mr. (lordon went on, "In their worship of drill thuy remind mo of Illnck nnd W'nto. "'Mm.!., ohl fellow, thnt wns a queer confcrcir:o you had with Whlto tho other duy,' n friend said. 'When I looked In on you, you wero hoth sprinting round nnd round tho oirico llkn two racers or two prlzo lighters.' "Illnck frowned. "'Well, you seo.' ho snld, 'I'm very well reud up on clllclcncy, nnd I know of course, that In nn Important con ference you muBt nlwnys havo your back to thn light, bo thnt your thoughts can't he rend. Hut Whlto, too, hns been taking nn clllclcncy course, I guess. Ha Is certainly on to that dodgo, Why, when wo finally got down to business wo wero both sit...

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 December 1914

f L H News Around the City REMEMBER, Mrs. Huff is still liis cousin G. 13. Howell of 409 1-2 serving family meals in family stylo , N, Frankfort Notio better any where. Room and Hoard Very Reasonable Huff Hotel, Mr Ada H. Huff Prop 210 East Archer Street Mrs. llnnnnh Smith of G15 E. Archer St id confined to her room frouiowlutt indisposed. Richard Mitchell of Mnrket Tree Ark , is visiting h's Miter Mrs. A. Williams at 110 N Hartford. Mrs S Sott of very sick. 1M E. East on U Mr. Lansin Dawson of 2 11 So-.th is sick witti asthma. Mrs E. M. Russell is getting a long nicely after having nn upper alion performed last week The Helping Hand lodgo of the Knights and Ladies of Harmony will meet week next Tuesday njght at the residence of .Mrs. A. Wil liams HON. Hartford All mem bers icquested to be present. Win Cherry spent last Sunday in Wligner on business. o Culture Club Meets The Great Western Hotel Ooloroil A la Carte Dining Room. First Class Accomodations Hack meets all trains. Wo invi...

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. — 12 December 1914

rV Lais' Ready-to-Wear Coats and Suits About 200 Suits to Sell at the Following Prices $25.00 Coata at $15.00 Coata at One lot for at $15.00 Suits closed out at .$12.00 $7.00 $4.98 .$12.50 Ono lot for . .$10.00 $4.98 iren s u ngham Worth $1.50 for 98c Worth $3.00 for $1.98 Children's Serge Dresses worth $6.00 for $2.98 Kid Gloves 300 Ladies' Skirts $7.00 Skirts for . $5.00 Skirts for . One lot for .$5.00 .$2.98 98c One lot for 25c Worth $3.00 for Worth $2.00 for. Worth $1.50 for . A beautiful, drossy glove comes in black, white and all colors. An excellent number. Elsewhere $1.50. Our price $1.25 Complete line of the stylish Eng lish Walking Glove, heavy weight, one clasp, silk lined or plain. Tho "proper" shopping or street glove. Three grades all good. The pair $2.00, .$1.50 The H The U. S. N( it si .$1.50 .$1.48 98c Muslin, Calicoes and 8 l-3c Muslin at, per yd 13 yards Hope Muslin for . 10c Muslin nt, per yd 50c Red Tablecloth at, per yard 7c .$1.00 -82C 39c All Standard Calicoe...

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. — 12 December 1914

RAILROAD FARE ALLOWED TO OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS DW BANKRVPT old to satisfy the creditors, t at once. Hundreds of dol ifed the day the store closed. . Here is an opportunity to m YOU NEED IT and Get the Advantage of od Business but Overbought. The Creditors gain. Everything will be Marked at J OF The Regular Price Star Brand Shoes Foil Line of Toilet Goods for Boys an' girls $1.75 grade Boys' Shoes, choice at $1.29 $2.00 grade Boys' Shoes, choice at $1.45 $2.50 grade Boys' Shoes, choice at $1.78 $3.00 grade Boys' Shoes, hcoice a t $2.45 $3.50 grade Boys' Shoes, choice at proline Infants' Shoes, cnonje at 35c line Infants' Shoes choice at 50c line Infants' Shoes choice at 39c 75c line Children's Shoes, choice at 55c Toilet Soap, regular 10c at 7c Toilet Soap, regular 5c at 3c ,25c Talcum Powder at 19c 15c Talcum Powder at 10c 10c Talcum Powder at 7c Save on Dross Goods 10c Outing Flannel at, per yard . 12c Silkoline at. $2.65 per yard l2oc Scrim at, ic'per yard 1 20c Scrim at, per yard...

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. — 12 December 1914

THE TULSA STAR PrMivgnnd Publshing CO, Published Every Saturday lit 501 North Greenwood Street. ICntoroil iii Huaoiiil-o!.is4 inittor April II. 1013, at tho Post Offiao at Tulsa Oklahoma, umlor tho Aot of March .1, 1871). A. J. SMITIIKKMAN, MllB. O. II. SMITIIKKMAN J. II. 8MITIIKKMAN, 0. W. Harrison A. P. Ulakomooro, IClJITOIt AND I'UIILlNllKIl SOCIKLY I'.MIOK IIUHISK8S Manaobh Advertising Manager Traveling Keprcscntatlvo SUIISCUIPTION ItATKS On var Bix Month Throo Mnntn $1.00 .CO .30 MEMBER A NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. sums UKsuirs I'ou home and KOUKIQN ADVKItTlSKUS 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. THE STARS FIGHT AGAINST GRAFT will continue, even if it is done from behind the prison walls. o USUALLY WHEN A DIGNIFIED THIEF is caught up with, he swells up with an air of easily assumed righteous indignity and hollows "lie" "slander", etc. But when he is caught red handed with good...

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. — 12 December 1914

TULSA, OKLA.. STAR r & :,:-. 9 EMPTY MARKETS TURN TO AMERICA Europe Will Need Our Help, Says President in Message to Con gressShips Our Greatest Need New Tasks and Du ties Imposed on United States by the War. 7ashlngton, Dec. 8. The necessity for legislation to prodvlde for trans portation of our commerce by sea was strongly urged by President Wilson In his message to congress today. Tho president pointed out that tho markets of tho greater part of tho world are mpty and that ours Is tho duty to sup ply tho needs not only of tho coun tries of Kuropo, but nUo of tho coun tries which hitherto have looked to Europo for their supplies. Tho mes ago in part follows: Tho session upon which you are now cntorlng will bo tho o'oslng session of tho Sixty-third congress, a congress, I venturo to say, which will long bo re membered for tho great body of thoughtful nnd constructive work which It has dono, In loyal response to tho thought and needs of tho coun try. Whllo wo have worked at our ...

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 December 1914

TULSA, OKLA., STAR I Furnished Rooms For Rent IN A QUIET RESPECTABLE COMMUNITY. Paved Sirccls. . . Ench room nenlly furnished, villi bnlli 523 North Detroit St Mrs Katie Hnldridf-c, Prop The Star Cleaning Parlor l)y .o-d:ite snnitny cleaning methods. Ladies' work and al terations .1 specialty. Let us do your cleaning. Suits made to your niencurc. 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. HOTTENTOT VISIT US Phone 817 N. E. PYRTLE, Proprietor- The Gem Furniture Go. Ki!WMWttttW!K? 319 East First St. DoalerH In New and Second Haud Furniture Your Cre'dit Is Good We buy and sell cvciythin in the home furnishing line Tlio Orestest Itemedy In tho world for tho speedy relief of Hcndacho, Neuralgia, Pleurisy, Pneumonia, Illie umatlsm, Swollen or frost-liltten feet, all forms of sore-mouth or sores throat, ...

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 December 1914

The Leading Race Paper in The State of Oklahoma - A'!fM - ' J& ""'" ' tf A ont suucmrnoM FEARLESS EXPONENT v ' hit MAara a OF RIGHT I J VAL0A1UC AND JUSTICE MEDIUM TO ABVCKTUM I ,iPWp i I I I I w BrH-H I C fl L -l n j': S&z00hfi ts- - v bbbbbi bbbbbi sum bbbbbbi bbbbbbi bbbbbbbi r bbbbbbi bbbbbbi - bbbbbb sbbbbw --- bbbbbb. . bbbbbbbi bbbbbbi . sbbbbbi bbbbbb bbbbbbi ibbbbbi r X SUCCESSOR TO THE MUSKOGEE STAR Official Organ of The Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, And The Knights And Ladies of Harmony of The World, Oklahoma Jurisdiction Vol. 3, No 7 TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19 1914. Subscription $1.00 Per Ye A Merry Christmas to Everybody ! Lawyer Harrison to Address Tulsa League Sunday Tho Local Business League will hold Its usual Sunday afternoon mass meet ing in tho Dreamland Theatro Sunday afternoon. Tho principal speaker of the day will bo Hon. Wm. H. Harrison, of Oklahoma City, who will toll of his fight in the U. S. Supremo Court! against tho "Jim Crow" Uw...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 December 1914

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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 December 1914

TULSA, OKLA, STAR - V' V . a r- ' srrtfV CONGRESS RMS NIGHTSESSIDNS BOTH HOUSES ARRANCE LONG WORKING HOURS TO COM. PLETE PROGRAM. POSTAL MEASURES PERFECTED Pottoffice Department Shows Surpluv Purchase of Telegraph and Telephone Lines Recommended. Washington. Administration lead ers have begun tho concluding ses sion of tho sixty-third congress with a determination to complete tho legis lative tasks confronting them by Mnrch 4 next. Tho president mailo It knoun that he wished to avoid an extra session next spring and summer Arrange ments have been made In both houses for night sessions to clean up cal endar measures. Whllo no special Investigation ol tho military preparedness of the United States for war, ns projected by Senator Lodgo and Representative Gardner, Bcemu to bo In prospect tho subject will continue to be ills cussed by regular congressional com mlttees and tho house committee on naval affairs will resumo its considera tion of tho appropriation bill Monday with Secretary ...

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 December 1914

THE TULSA STAR rii.uhigp.nd Publshing CO. rMiblished Every JJifrJ.y t I i Uorth Greenwood Street. Unto rot i ij.Kiu 1 tsl tit imttor April II. 1913, at tlio Post OHIco at Tulsa Oklahoma., iinJur thu Aot of Ma roll 3, 1870. A. J. Hmitiikksun, Mug. U. II.Smitiikhman J. II. HMITIIKKMAN, O. W. Harrison A. P. lllnkemoorc, BUIIHOIUI'TION KATK8 On vir Six Month Tli roc Mon tn MEMDEF1 j NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. 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. THE TULSA STAR wishes each of its readers a Merry Christ mas and a Happy and prosperous New Year. o SEND SOME OF YOUH FRIENDS THE TULSA STAR and our club offer of 3 magazines for a Xmas present. ONCE AGAIN the happy yuletidc approaches us and we find ourselves slaves to the blessed spirit of Christmas time. It is the one time in all the year that the atmosphere is pregnant with the Christian sentiment "Peace on earth and good will to all man kind...

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 December 1914

TULSA. O K L A.. STAR !' 3. J v I All V h ) ti I II f H'T .'1 0 ' H- l I tew SSMTSdlOOL Lessor . (Br E. O. BELLEItS, Acting Director ot Sunday School Courso.)' s LESSON FOR DECEMBER 13 THE GREAT COMMISSION LESSON TEXT-Matt. 2S:16-:0f-I.ule 24: ffcfiHaOLDEN TEXT-Lo, I nrn'wltil you nl 'Wnv 'avnn linfn i It a And nf I It fa, usirlrt Matt.- 28:20. ..,..,..,.. ..-. ,,..w ..tu W....!. ,... ft its. -"" This lesson consists of two para graphs which constltutOwhat irtlghl bo termed two commissions or two parts of tho Great Commission. There, aro four distinct accounts ot tho flnalcom tnands of our Lord to his disciples, each presenting nidlfforent phase of tho work ho 'Committed to his follow era. In this lesson wo havo for our - consideration two .of .theso aspects. t which" might nol tolbe, confused. I. -The Appearance In. "Jerusalem) Thomas Being Absent. Luke 24:36-49. (1) The Resurrected Lord, vv. 36-43. $ Jho-EromauB disciples reported. to the disciples, und thosq gathered jAvith them ...

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 December 1914

I r -sum I'viwWW ' JZ' - "l M Ladies' Read'-to-WGar Coats nntlllSuits About 200 Suits to Sell at the Following Prices $25.00 Coats at $15.00 Coats at One lot for at $15.00 Suits cloeed out at $12.00 $7.00 $4.98 .$12.50 One lot for .$10.00 $4.98 $7.00 Skirts for $5.00 Skirts for One lot for $5.00 .$2.98 .98c One lot for 25c J Worth $3.00 for Worth $2.00 for..... Worth $1.50 for .. .$1.50 .$1.48 98c Muslin, Calicoes and men s Gingham Worth $1.50 for 98c Worth $3.00 for $1.98 Children's Serge Dresses worth $6.00 for $2.98 Kid Cloves A beautiful, dressy glove comes in black, white and all colors. An excellent number. Elsewhere $1.50. Our price .$1.25 Complete line of the stylish Eng lish Walking Glove, heavy weight, one clasp, silk lined or plain. Tho "proper" shopping or street glove. Three grades all good. The pair $2.00, $1.75 and $1.50 Have you seen our new Motoring Glove? They come in tan and white. The price is the pair .. $2.00 8 l-3c Muslin at, per yd 13 yards IIopo Muslin for ....

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 December 1914

BWHHMSIWBBh tmiamrnwmmmmmBm RAILROAD FARE ALLCWE TO OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS ni ow BANKRVPT old to satisfy the creditors. it at once. Hundreds of dol jived the day the store closed. i. Here is an opportunity to lenTVOUINEED IT and Get the Advantage iood Business but Overbought. The Creditors ; gain. Everything will be Marked at OP The Regular Price for Boys an' girls $1.75 grade Boys' Shoes, choice-at $1.29 $2.00 grade Boys' Shoes, choice at ......... $1.45 $2.50 grade Bqys' Shoos, choice at $1.78 $8.00 grade Boys' Shoos, hcoice a t ,....,. $2.15 &8.50 grade Boys' TChoes, choice at .$2.65 25c line Infants' Shoes, choice at 18c Line of Toilet Toilet Soap, regular 10c at 7c Toilet Soap, regular 5c at 3c 25c Talcum Powder at 19c 15c Talcum Powder at . 10c 10c Talcum Powder at 7c Save on Dress Goods 35c line Infants' Shoes choice at . ,23c 60c line Infants' Shoes choice at - - -39c 75c line Children's Shoes, choico at 55c $1.00- line Children's Shoos, choico at 70c $1.25 line Children'...

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 December 1914

TULSA, O K L A., ST A R ,i111SsisLS-Wiliiiilwlll'l ITALY MAY HELP w irr"'as", v'lTTW:' TRIPLE ENTENTE it SjroiH) Sympathy of Country 10 r aiiics biiown ny Promlcr's Speech. SERVA'S FINISH IS IN SIGHT K " orta Say Mountain Nation Can Not Withstand Austria's Assaults onoeiDlo. Battlo s , , In Poland. Siuiuiiary-of Events.) Since tlio extraordinary moot t of tlio ItalmfTfJiiiiTimncB&'laTo in la week, followed by a Ipdcial' coherence ot the ministry, in wlljJch Italy was shown to bo over- wBclinin iiH'iKjyftvprabl6 tt,Uie, Ak itYfoVtmomicecl 'that ttfo lie Soatliern Europe kingdom may iro toftvnr within two weeks. ' ' " ' ' "Italy's sympathies and her senso of bllgMpn draw hor to tlio sldo of th(ffinioy(boxa of tho Trlplo ISntento," Bay u .8CDJ(.offlclnl dUpa,tch from Hof0' -TW, hatlon Sas Veen unablo to Alitor' 'UW war horetoforo bocaiiBo of tuck of mllltnry equipment and na.l rcodlneifc. DurlnpfihoflnHtlour motitbstthidlfflftUtW hale tieen ronBjdlcU.MicVovor.nrid tho" country wllf...

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 December 1914

i NEWS AROUND THE CITY. Mrs. M. iSlono is very sick. Misd Grace Moore of Kansas City Mo., is at ths Slono Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair of Guthrio are in the city looking for a location. Mrs. Lucila Gibson of 1510 S. Cheyenne will spend the hollidays in Mississippi with her brother. Mrs, A. Scott of 406 N. Hartford is in possession of a fine bouncing girl. Mother and child doing well. Child weighed 12 lbs. Mr. Scott is all smiles. The treats are on you, Scottie. 1 You talk about fine art work, visit Mrs. W. D. Woods private Art Studio on Williams St. in Gurley addittion and see some of her fine art decorated china. llavo you neon that 32 rooms hntol at 420 E. Archor? It is a beauty and up to date Mr. Matt Sandrag and Mrs. BtndraRo, Proprietors. Mrs Stone of 503 E. Archer has returned from a trip to Inola, Okla. where aha went to attend the fun eral of her nieco Miss Pearl Hickim- botton whoso death occurred 10th inst. A CHRISTMAS CONSPIRACY on; Mr. and Mrs. Williams, Mr. and Mrs Searcey of ...

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 December 1914

TULSA. OKU A.. STAR ALLIES ADVANCING i- UKsiMawn!mrg Don't exaggerate .or j)Tt J. J. McKeever fi7 a m(r ta ann i of a rfet Mii-tonlm misrepresent an article dentist StrtUa Rj j Waorftr IN WESTERN AREA Ls 1 . I - i.L" 1 AU IVOTK ijuararnccu a aitr'(iivrw r i &. a aver i luvcruscu m una To -Gic Satisfaction Pboce 2157 Ofnce, Williams BIdg tfen aa-l flwMr it1xt , ' " rrfa army carpa xMcft - : ''.- page. Hi half vat .-wrivM Mrv i " i Botfe the German and French Official Reports Tell of Vigorous Offensive. Wen is Tows CaH at Tl. Pnlc Tfo 29 North Boston iijc 1 cupic O WliC First Class Meaia Served at All Hours. Opes Daj asi Jfightl J. L. LOCKARD, Prop. RUSSIANS' STOP THE 6ERMJMS VBiBiBiaBBBBBBJBBBBBBBiVa'. '..BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBj aHaV!jivT'HIl BsaVlvdiaiWiiaEiaiW aBHiKPiBaiBiBiBV iaK 1SfaLv'iaiBiaiaL BiBH -mX' 'SaBiBiB. T nw Mvs'' Aar. s-f tfc- Kafur't Aiw an Wnevtff, it A Ci&ari ,Varv PtiviMtr, Qnr. aru Montfcirtt, Summary of Btfents.") ffirJ report eortino trMnK frt tfc AI...

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 December 1914

TULSA. O K L A.. STAR 4l :r I ll BIBS REQUESTED mmm cuius 01 the capitql Richard Holmes Allen, nlnety-nlno years old, who was born In Dnltlmoro October 17, 1815, the son of Richard Allen and Juno Wilson, Is thought to be the oldest colored man In Boston. Ho lives at 1 Hopo placq oft North Russoll soreet, West end. "It was only the other day I mado up my mind to tell my llfo story, for I wanted to wait until 1 was 100 years old, but everybody that comes to see me said I ought to tell It now," said Mr. Allen, who, in spite of his ago, looks well, sleeps well and Is without a pain or ache, except onco In a great while when ho has a slight attack of rheumatism. Mr. Allen told the Globo reporter all about his war record, as well as his early life when he was very cruelly treated on a farm five miles out from the city of Baltimore. His story Is as follows: "My grandfather, grandmother and mother's two sisters wore Btolen from Africa nnd brought to Baltimore and sold in tho Woodfork Jail. ...

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 December 1914

fULSA, OKLA., STAR Furnished Rooms For Rent IV A QUINT ItBSI'ECTAIILE COMMUNITY. I'nvrd Streets. . . Karh room nctly furnished, with bath I 523 North Detroit St. Mrs. Katie Baldridgc, Prop The Star Cleaning Parlor (i. n.iUiln Hsinitriv clcaninir methods. Ladies' work and al terations .1 specialty. Let us do your cleuninjj. Suits made to your measure. Come in and nee our line oi stylish made-to-measure 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. K. PY HTLB, Proprietor- The Gem Furniture Co. A V 119 Knst First St. Dciilurx In ' New and Se:onl Maud Furniture Your Credit Is Good VVu buy and sell eveijthinjr i'.i thi home furnishing line HOTTENTOT The Greatest Ilcraedy In tho world for tho speed? relief of Hoadacho, Neuralgia, Pleurisy. Pneumonia, Ilho umatlsm, Swollen or frost-bltton foot, all forms of sore-mouth or sore throat, wee...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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