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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 29 August 1913

-y ?&?"' w ' - It ' ' ..YX rtj SUCCESSOR YO i hE MUSXCCli :JtAR yol. 1, No '10 1 l'I.A. OK! All' M., i'KU'A'i. -M.. I'M.i Siib.sai))(ion 1.00 Por Year A ? M ARTtSED r. 5risS BiB (Blip JF B I lit 1 41 4 JP mstt A RAQI I S , 5 UC 4 : m&' r her l L1 -;i.vycr Mrit.n Huag.s In Joint Conspira-. ev To LJul The Star )utOI" Busii,-ss. 1 .Mai; us Tup T.. Saj.nlpa W itU Kn ' .majer Of Tl.e Si?n To Gi t Money lrir '1 in- I'liijiose. planned mid l.v by two n inur.iie v!io h as d .iiiayoi '' of., . an i I-. i . ih II. I.. (' v. till III Si- .fill III' oxps iij? hi. ihi- llll til l-I.ITt Inv. iiKiTl ilepulmciil ml I., ill' II. i.i liuv Two woi'K'SriiL'" i! win imiMiiu (('(I in the oilil.ni.ii ci-iiunus in (lii.- paper l!i:tt nii.:1ifi oonspir :' ' : '. i liii' I'lliliir was all III to !. i iio.irlhcd ami we ! t oil' . tl'iil the fireworks would h i ...'. it 'it when all ilclails wio in. Tli'- mi -,.ii-ni'y viij lower, lia or, i-ieatici anil inure enwardh oven liian l'i iniiiiicil couspirar...

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. — 29 August 1913

TULSA, OKLA., STAR V. JMZJFf Mm 4 M a M M if tlllBIHIIIIfl IMIIIIII W! FOR I1GAT1 Delicious - Nutritious , Plump and nutdike In flavor, thoroughly cooked with choice pork. Prcpnred tlio ! Libby way, nothing can be more appe tizing and tatiifying, nor of greater food value. Put up with or without tomato auce. An excellent dith served either hot or cold. Iiuitt on Libby ' Libby, McNeill & Libby, Chicago (C TANGO try m niw mni JiiiKa Mini IN.) ,--, ru Idejilver W.'l sOimr ijr 'i (n. r. Ml ( Ci , Mihtii. lnr. N. T. Jjjil Most of us nduilro n fool as lout; aa lio has money INVIdlllt VIIMJ TO Till'. I'Vl.i: AMI MIKI.V. , tir f lltl Klnnilnnl Kriirntl MrriiKllYntnil Itmln, IIIUlVlfM'rAMll.l.mSclilllTOMC, tlmrmiill M- latU.inrlrliintliotiliHttlniHl InilM lit, lliimjftti til. Aturtt.Al'i'vlUi'r. Jormliillt ami ililldnn. Ui eta I ll..-il. i They say theio is to bo no Ico fain tno this summer." "That's cold comfoiL" Important Theme. "What Ib tlio subject of jour grad uating cssay7 Somethin...

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. — 29 August 1913

TV ) TULSA, O K L A., STAR H' k H 1 $ f READY FOR DRY FARMING SOW Great International Congress Will Be Held in Tulsa. ENORMOUS CROWD EXPECTED Tulsa, Okla. 1 meeting of the saSSm " jB Farmer and Farm Scientists From Many Nation Will Take Part In the Proceedings Five Big Pavilions Erected. eighth annual International Dry- Farming Congress and Exposition, a world-wide or ganization with branch ofllccs In nineteen nations and members In sixty, will open hero on October 22, and the at tendance Is ex pected to bo very large. Tulsa has been hustling to provide accommo dations for the affair and Is do ing well. Forty acres of land aro ready as exposition W. R. Motherwell, grounds, and SO acres more have been set aside for farm machinery exhibits and demonstrations. Five great buildings are under way. One pavilion, 80 by 100 feet In sire, will be given up entirely to an exhibit on which tho United States depart ment of agrlculturo Is spending $20, 000. Fifty counties of Oklahoma will show th...

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. — 29 August 1913

'HE TULSA STAR Printingand Publishing CO. Publihp(! Ever Fiiday it 11 .Vnth Greenwood Street. Kneroil "i'l.'lm muter April 1 1, litis, .it tlio I'.wt OJieu ut 1 iiI-m OkUtiumj, iiiKlur tin- Aii .M iruii .;, Ib?!. A.J SM1THERMAN bUllSCIlll'TlON HAIKS Olio j.r ha .Mouiii I h tun .Mnulli 'Tin- harder yon full lite higher you bounce; Me pfrtufl i( your blacken c-.M-; li mil I In- tin i I Iml ymi an1 whipped thai connis, llui hntt did iiii light, mill why?" f o I'lie Shir i- i-l ill in inkling. lime you signed Hie peition'.' 1'tii it in the Star want column -o Will you kindly mail your cheek to us for one year's .subsurip lion'; n- Wliaf hit becnnie of the Chamber nf Coiumei ('.' I l:i- it died on'.' f n i! fc i There are thone who would lejokc :il I In dnuiifull of The Star, I ut why? m , o We me Mt ill doing jolt u'nil; and a niiicli bet lor grade at lliat. -k on i' stilisHed imtnniH. (i Who remriuh'Mit tlie mass meeting called for the purpose of e.s inlililiiiiK eoloiod library? Has t...

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. — 29 August 1913

,"'' i i 1' J II. 11. Ill K and L. of H. Of The World. Grniiii Officers Diiedorv flniinl I'nitrrior- Dr. j lltintjitit-t .v, !i,- i;(;7, Sapulpa. 'ir.n.il I'iisi 1'ioicrior U M lli'Ui.v, lio lill. Ft. Cil.snn. Mklii. Oinlid Vice I'roiector y Maxcy. Okmulgee, (HcIji. Orand Srnclary Kev. l Ituchlllislll. Wagolii'r, (l;M. Orand Treasurer .Mix. .. j Ilntiiftlit . . ! iiu7 Siinulitii Okla. ' ' Orun.l chaplain--! . v. ii,.nn US X. !i'ihimiihI, TuNa, oklii.' Orand (Jniilc -.Mis. Chunk. Smith. Wagoner. Okla. f ! I'titiil f itiiit-tlittii Al i--. Mire Smith .V.I Si. .Mi S( f Muskogee, Oklahoma. Oram! Sentinel .. w. (iiillitli. iiiiv r.:ii. i..v, okln. Or.md Srr.Tiens. r Kiiilov mini -II. T. Minion, jtn.v 17s, Sa Inliii, Okla. Orand Medical li'istfi in- O w. n.i.iii'K, no o-.i, w.ik,,;,,.,.; OhlSI, Oruiid Matron-.Mis. -, liJtni". 31(1 X. I'YanUr.ni, Tulsa. Okla . 'mini Lecturer Ucv. .T W Kidd. TuNii, Okln. Oraml Trustees KYv. A. Tur hit. 1 : v r,:. iiLi.,,.1,,,.,,. i. ,- i ii . !':. . ""r.---...

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. — 29 August 1913

TULSA, OKLA., STAR r j THE Mm kme MsW jtyMk & . SWlii r ml KiiBJi gfiviLLlAM 4MV -M Mr William A Itailforil will nm.or quwtlonii ami irlvn n.jvlro I ltl.IJ or C'OHT nn nil mitijw ( p. rlulnlnif to llm titijoet o( bullilliiK, fur tin riders of Dili paper. On ncrount of lil tvliln pxporlonro ah IMItor, Author nnd Miinufacturrr, ho I, without dnliht tlio lilKhrnt niithorlty on nil tlieanmitiJ'-Wn AiMtckm all Imiiilrli-s to William A Hiiil'nril. No 17S Vnt Jarknon Ixmlnvanl, Chlrnico, III . nnd only nclono two-ci'iit atninp for n-ily. Tho majority iif people havo to flR nro pretty closely In approaching thn building problem At lonKl, It In well for thoni to do no, oven llioso who have nn abundance of tlio "where withal." This Ih n cott.if;o housn plan, 32 ffflt 8 Inchon wldo hy 12 Tout 8 Inches long, qicIuhIwi of the porch. Ton feet of tho length, however, Is accounted for hy tho kitchen extension, ho that tho main part of tho house Is not very Jarcc It In Intended lo ho a cheap aff...

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. — 29 August 1913

TULSA, O K L A., STAR HE CARRIED AN UMBRELLA. " A dear old lady who was very "sot" In her prejudices was asked Just why she. didn't like n certain man She. had no particular reason that she could think of lit the Instant, but she had been to emphatic In her expression of dla- Ilho that sue knew she would hno to And some excubc at once. Just at that moment sho happened to glanco out ot the window and saw him passing by. Ho carried it neatly rolled umbrella though It hardly threatened rain. Quick as a dash sho answered her questioner, "Ho carries an umbrella whether It's raining or not ho is a Bottle.' " "But," said her (rlend, alio looking out of tlio window, "hero comes jour Eon William, and ho Is carrying an um brella." This did not stump the old lady. "Hut that's another matter I don't like him anyhow and besides, It nil depends on who carries tho umbrella," sho replied triumphantly. That Is tho position some people have taken regarding that wholesome and refreshing becrago Coca-C...

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. — 29 August 1913

S.I TULSA, OKLA-, STAR iSMsr.i-:!'1! tit . Il O. -?fferg2iggaa2aW'J'WMi 1 ATTIi EBG mm Mi Wk M mSm K l : ., i.s 1 "viPKlli'r 1 ill -mil winii i ir 1- w1"l tlay can sccitr v.: : ' ,:-r V)-..- i ,, ',,r i nlc. people.- ill- tloiHK all Will. ."i 'I ir powe re r I .'" ruv.t ir'n n , , ,, . , , r t -' I 'i liTXUl' c -s. .- o ' '.'..II .,11 M.;cr.A-.I. (Jinks will hflVf I '.-if ,.,-- -- .. .... .u.. ...... , i,,,. Tl.iis..iiils of. Inlkiis worth '"" '"""K v'-ry '-.'- '''- rtrcnii jj,.,u ,..,.:. . .." ilV nl nuw tail '" uh.N jii fwim 1-3 to 1-2 ihen-R-ilar t)f Iff. is nK i rnu'cil. Inn il... n.,11.. .i ... ... y ........... .. , . ,., , ' ' " '"I'-'runeiu .ir Tin- t m - .-i--n, u. hM .kjnsr the if.... V" r.Uo I. . . . . imi Iw in- i nP"1! i li'l wi- .im-i: a in ine ,n ' "l ' '""-s hi i i ' t Ij ' i" ,i, - ..ip- lenili 1. 1 ti"im. Jliiiric- in ,i" Iiimh nn" te&Kimjtxf; This Is Surely TULS WWriM' H l l ILiaaMfejxj &j$tj!i fg.j ? ? 5 "ie- ffs-fi.JS ; 'icliSaiiBisaUiyttAJl.JSteft &...

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 September 1913

THE TULSA STAR SUCCESSOR IV iTHE MUSKOGEE STAR ol. 1, No.J,4o; 1VLSA, OKLAHUMa, FRIDAY, SUIT. S 1J13 Subscription $1 00 I'ot Year EDITOR CHARGED WITH LIBcL! Iy Freeman L. Martin Makes Another Effort to Put The Star Out of Biz. County Martin Then Gets Pcriuissiun and Piles at Criminal Charge bimpelt' ugaintthe Editor of the Tuisa Star. Editor Is arrested but Is Imediatcly Surrounded by Friends Who Quickly Furnish bond and Legal Talent. Another blow has been aimeil at the editor of the Tulsa Star bv Freeman L. .Martin, of this city, and as "a result the editor was ar rested Thursday and taken into court on a charge of criminal lib el, field by Martin. The hopes ot our pioseeutor was to land the editor in jail and thus stop the circulation of the Star, because of an article which appeared in the paper hist week publishing a few facts about him. Hut our friends, the better' clement of the colored citin-ns of Tulsa, manifested a spirit of loyalty and speedily made bond, that the Star mig...

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. — 5 September 1913

TULSA, OKLA., STAR f 1 p r Economy Drug Store y y. Dealers in Fresh Drugs, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, and Other Sundries. Cold Drinks and Ice Cream a Specialty. j j Mfc Mp9t l ,r ijV? ,-.,J-artAxsjmiilaaaM Sinaffff. j .. aFaB ufcirar til r dMJMMMhMMMdMMMl Pit Silo Costs Kl Keno-That within a fe eari a alio will be as common a sight on ' Oklahoma quarter "!. ons as barns now are, is lndkaled by the serious consideration farrm rs are giving 'o ' the proper conktruction of the silo and the eiR'nicw with which they aro a'klnc ir.'urmatlon concerning the proper parkins; of silos and the method of faedlng silage To tbos Xarmsrs who are unable to construct a silo above ground, the pit cllo can be due and made to pro duce the tame quality of ullage as the most expensive. Tho chief dif ference between tho siSo built be neath the surface and the one tow ering thirty feet above list In the accessibility of the latter when feed ing time comes This Is the Infor mation given out by the lecturers ...

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 September 1913

TULSA, O K L A., S TA R V READY FOR DRY FARMING SOW Great International Congress Will Be Held in Tulsa. ENORMOUS CROWD EXPECTED farmers and Farm Scientists From Many Nations Will Take Part In the Proceedings Five Big Pavilions Erected. Tulsa, mooting I' Vi W. R. Motherwell. Okla. Tho eighth annual of tlio International Dry- Farming Congress and Exposition, a world-wide or ganization with branch oltices In nineteen nations and members In sixty, v. III open hero on October 22, and tho at tendance Is ox pected to bo very large. Tulna has been hustling to provide accommo dations for tho alTalr and Is do ing well. Forty acres of land arc ready as exposition grounds, and SO acres more have been set aside for farm machinery exhibits and demonstrations. Five great buildings are under way. Ono pavilion, 80 by 100 feet In bIzo,' will be given up entirely to an exhibit on which tho United States depart ment of agriculture Is spending $20, 000. Fifty counties of Oklahoma will show their product...

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. — 5 September 1913

"'"tii " " " C i. iHE TULSA STAR and -Araind tow. The Lone Star -U'c ;i v ,Vit cjBSCIUBK iUUiv Pi IV -i --. ?- , . .. . .."U j-re-txfv .-r-.. S.r4 1 u a-. ; ( Km -. l. ia ur rw t. 1 , , " tfifalH IS-T . ' t W; -: & ft EDITOR AXD FU2USHE?. " !!. -.: J aw icttf. sCKCWRlW IU.72K -: i. it "J!1 im'Wf of lb '?-.- - . 't '.. - AtttA ' r- tn (-( f ibi i 'tt --1 .inb daan.ib!- :!,; i . ji r'rriaft -"pi- -b'.nH . , - -t r-oi ti ' and r.it au . M0t r . Ycsg Pr p Ijv- -v Society Ttafwtar E!jfet to rm in tr H. '. in we)M boa ' S teraabag tsntcii ;r-ra- T harder yow fall ik htdber ya hmmt He prtmd 4 jtmr Marfcew. f: It mm the fai that t iv vhpjr that Hl hm 44 t. and wfcyf" Yi Hfar W t ill tw'tmkltmr. Depmy Sheriff b.:nv Clearer to 4mt ji.nej ,. :-- i UA. ii. ' II Ui wi- TfcfK "Mi wgxd tfew pritfc? i .he Hur vaat cvImm fpr iet ietu, ; kindly iMil jwr ctott to ic ye arteetfp- h. hcMe of Um CtoaiteT of CKMne! Tim- it did r- how lMf wM r-H at the downfall T TV itar UV -r KtiH iloia jo rfc awl a m...

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. — 5 September 1913

,jjt TULSA, OKLA. v 5 v K. and L. of H. Of The World. Grand Officers Directory Ouiiiil Protector Dr. W. J Huiiipuiej. Uit lltiT, Sapulpu Okla. Oiaiul Pint PiotPiior W. .M lltniy, I'.ox Mil, Ft. Gibson, Oklu Grand Vice Ptnteetor W W Muxe.t, Okmulgee, Oklu. Oi.mil Secielniy Her. W. 11 nui'liuiuiu, Wagoner, Oklu. II rami TreiiMiier Mis. M. M Huiuphiet, ltii ii(J7. Snpiilpa Okla. Grand Chaplain ('. V. Ili'iu, IIS X. Gieenwood, TuNu, Okla.' Grand Guide Mis. Chnnie Smith, Wagoner, Okla. Grand Guardian .Mrs. Aliie Smith n.'il Ko. Main St., Muskogee, Oklaliuiiia. (haml Sentinel .1. V. Grilllth. Hox I'Jti, Deiiew, Okla. Oiaml Sec.Trcas. (if endow ment II. T. Hutton. llox IIS, Ha pulpn, Okla. Oraml Medical Hegister Dr. (i. V. llnynex, lo LT.1, Wagoner, Okla. Grand Matron Mis. H. Wil lianib, yiO N. Fiauktort, Tulna. Oklu . Grnml Lectin er Her. .T W. Kitld. Tulsa, Okla. Oraml Tiustecs Iter. A. Tur tier, Itoi: KM, Okmulgee; Iter. K. 1). Williams, Saptilpa, and Mis. F. 1'. Alexander, Wagoner. Ora...

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 1913

1 " I 7 U L 3 A OKLA STAR f1, ? .' s ak-" 'JBHb -aw s "Sl SKH I - - 1 kv . lam -- ,lt. . tauG ii saV", to 4 l, . 4 s1 ts4rJ Ylttheraft. -. la sicr par of tbe world Gre'-, for i:.r-an.fr-,.b'6 t':i--.-r ja witch-era.'- fill g:'. hpld, b hook or by too of bajr daII paring and o fi-ta from &r. cr&ftmy bead and bacdj &Ld bJmi. buriy or doe Aomethin? e'.f .tb them in order to entail & faiiM conjoiicet opon that ese rr.. And ur.lvral folklore rereaw he f.ttffsrn of egn to dlipote of he.r rn hai.- and nail clippie?! to prvett an enemy from gettln? at them Aur.ralian natiTe girU, bavis; btd a loci of ha.r stolen from ibem. ezperted ipeedy death at a certainty. ii r" -1 . saj 'b rb:th will '. S ' BBB iP"-- jOBTA r SW-i p i I Pi sk.l3l ' s :M&iK-in w yi ; r-i .aaaaaaaaaaaaaat.BTaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBBTaaaaBtraaaavj i i,a rim i-i x ,; s&. Z' Srf rTfsJb I'Llsfr'Jfrs LtatatatatJatamfatJStfMeai WmrtJSZ. 7B" -T7J n MwLLLlH r-T'i ii iSf Mr ' .-- A 1 r " TrV--3; n S' fOOT n a llir...

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 1913

TULSA, OKLA, STAR AN IMMENSE NEW INDUSTRIAL PLANT FOR CHICAGO W1ERIH I lilllln M- "Suvvanou Hlver Ib no more ch.irac terlstlc of the Negro than Dixie" la typical of a I'ljl Islander Old Illacr. Jo" dcrilcts tho life of the Negro be cause many of our folks believe In deathbed visions "I'oor Old Ned" la another faorlto of ours, the first verso running thus' I.ad down do shubblo and do hoe. Hang up do fiddle and do bovv , Dar's no more work for poor old Ned Ilo's gbno vvhali do good nlggaliB go .Most vvhlto folk seem to think that the banjo Is a familiar Instrument of black folk of tho bouth It Is used mostly by what aro known ns the roustabouts. The men of this t)po usually wear felt hats with four creaBes, which Indicates "Work I will not." Ho sings such songs ns "Hall road Hill," while the banjo all but talks as he sings, and ilas 'Can't (Jet dr Letter I'roin Down tho Koad Tho JewBharp Is used b) thu corn Held men of color Tho guitar be longs largely to tho better class of Ne gro me...

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 1913

TULSA. OKL A.. S T A R . ntmm Flltf POULffiY SHOW ASSURED WONDERFUL ARRAY OF FINE I BIRDS TO BE AT THE NEW STATE FAIR I Star Lisc Harrow c l. r t c in..?' trCmC VSSI t( SisrtMW' ffi r. a "& s. t - r I i I t t ! o a I Ml ssac .. i K ,r t-. 'uU-nrej jd are pr.,eJeil with wood buihir.gi. fivil' . , . . r, t. nry.n their wood tartj whu-h - Al i.1 tnrV uitl ir i "! 4 h it U sekium necessar) t.. d... ., 0n( t . tt ' j,ii.'j larv ', t &s bearings they wont run ilr ' .. life - ! .il pluses o'lieb Oie bottom of the weight l,xes, t t wTf-sMlJo ;, .ce S ! rfcnx. eal fill the oil ducts they boM a .t i .. . ? - '.ii ii I .rtf.-l t tfwm. The feed i. fait ri;ht and trie liar- i' '. i-' y it; ',at c c attewV-o f,r i lon time. These oil iw s hot ml la ti eieadtnli, the "wer ends of which form ; t - ' i't'U ringi It :i a lirr, -.le lod effective arrangement Oor.t - -.' A the crapr .hey ."e one of the fine j.hin : I '. w. . w d-'w.ti- e in thu respect, though perfect in ever . r U ! uwlw Rej.....

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. — 12 September 1913

THETULSA STAR SUCCESSOR TO fcTifE MUSKOGEE STAR TULSA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 12 1913 Vol. 1, No. 46 Subscnption $1 00 for Year SECOND WARRANT FOR EDITOR A71 .Ai U.'l r Martin Makes Another Fruitless A ttempt to Imprison Ediioi .I'Libeled" Lawyer Visits Supulpa after the Editor's arrest and secures two witnesses A second fruitless attempt to jail I lie editor or i he Tul.su Star was made by Fieeuiuii L. Martin last Satin day when he swure to auotlier eiimiiial libel chuige uud obtained u warrant for the arrest ol (he editor, because the Star re produced the so-culled "libelous article" in last week' ibsue. .Mar tin'.s eliiet auibitioit now is to get the editor behind the bars. He waited until a late hour Saturday to iile the ihurges, Imping the wan nut would be served Sutur day night. However, he wan disappointed in this, as the warrant has never been served. The editor wus no tified that .Martin had sworn to another warrant and advised to go to the Sujerior Court Monday witli boii...

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 1913

TULSA, OKLA. STAR ' !.'. .J'J.1 - ' ' '" ' - -- ntVMLKKAN IML L 1 1 iFS9si3B9HILIiK T tsSiTS 43BQ9399bbbiBbbHbbbII Economy Drug Store Dealers in Fresh Drugs, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, and Other Sundries. Cold Drinks and Ice Cream a Specialty. DR. A. F. BRYANT, Prop. toS N GREENWOOD ST. 4,1 TULSA, OKLA. i BLIND SPELLS FOR A.L0NG TIME Mxi. Lu-jen Telli of Her Exptrveace cd How She Ra.Hv Case Oat All Rizbt Elkwood A a-M.-i Ma' or tfau tcr., ..- t' ' : letter for t.l cat' - M was very bad 'or a Icig '. acctisat c? cacly -' fer4 a grat d-l ' wltk tteadas - I- - torn of '. -& a La . -J All .' this Bad fo - cogM hardly 'It o I 'i"l meat after trea'menl. tat -. - 1 co god Jaat M aoca a I comi r,c-i .,. tag rmrdal. b woman a ,t - c v balth got bttr, and Bov I cat i!j all ur housowork. I .H bt b vttboat Ca-i .' In the b'iM, and will recomr.d .. every ldr 'v-t I can, for It has &' - e me so k. ' r ' -i and I kr.o :. do the f.v ' ' - C.c-l, '.: thy wl.l give It a tr.al ' The r-aac-. '"...

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 1913

TULSA. OKLA, STAR Av r- 12,770 OFFERED N 8MALL FORTUNE IN PREMIUMS AT OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR, SEPTEMBER 23-OCTOBER 4, 1913 Free Trips to Washington Authorized By Senator Gore and Oklahoma Cotton Seed Crushers' Asso ciation Peanut Special Boys and girls In every county of Oklahoma arc going to bo heard from In tho contests arranged for tho sev enth annual Oklahoma Stnto 1'alr and Exposition, Oklahoma City, Septem ber 23 to October 4, 1913. It Is not an unusual thing to sco an aero of corn, nn aero of kaflrcorn or mllo, a couplo of acres of cotton, or one tenth of an ncro of cgetablcs in all sections of Oklahoma, Theso mlnlnturo farms represent tho Indus try of tho boys and girls of tins state, who propose to tnko part In tho big contests at tho Stato Pair which opens Its gates on Sept 2.1. Nlnety-flo banks, In nearly every county, lmo offered cash premiums of $10 each In tho Hoys nnd OOlrls' Corn, Kaflrcorn and Cotton Contests. The special premiums of tho banks SUFFERED AWFUL PAINS For ...

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 September 1913

Ti 9 H TULSA. OK STAR THE TULSA STAR Pnntingand Publishing CO. -- l-'r, !.iv .a ;,il North (jrecnwuod Street. 2oenl 5u,. ad' Around ffeum. TilG LOIie StM. U n nd-claw matter April 11. 1913, at the Post OSico at Tu! i'i4. under ..in Act of .March J, IS7U. J. 3JI1THERMAII -'r. O. B. Smithermnn EDITOR AilD PUBLISHER Society Editor Must Muatb SUBSCmrTJON KATIBt f. ?1.00 .w .3;. Tte Demand for the East End Tho need for a gool clean man on the police force in the Eas no ? rfrowiiiK more apparent every naj. It is a hardship on ont ui '.. stiyon ,,uy more than 1 hour-, and be subject to calls ' re-i . sjble tor order after that tun..-. -icttl another officer to insure the proper protection to life' iy and puoitc morals 111 this part ,.f the city, and he should 01 ability and other qualifications. , . .nan can keep proper order in a district as large as thi here all Hinds of people are continue!)' moving in ana ..tr desires the East Ecti to establish a reputation for ..ii lawfuiuess' and it ...

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