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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 5 June 1915

) y The Leading Race Pacer in The State of Oklahoma Xti r . OUR A FEARLESS EXPONENT sunscmrnoM LIST MAKES A VALOABLX MZDIUM TOR ADVTKTUDIQ Or RIGHT AND JUSTICE m m Ha H -Jt -1 11 M - n m m ljhj msx& "T- ' wtmsss- L ) '1 :J: Vol. 3, No. 29 Wilson's Dismissing and Demoting Color ed Men A Favorite Slogan "Gosut-rnatlon Creat. I m Pa.iks of Coicr'fa Men Now In Civil Service Employment by Progressive and Unceasing Assaults of Southern President's Local Leaders Talk of Walter's Appointment Pooh-poohed. (From tlic Now York News, May 20, 1015.) "Tlint llii) Woodrnw Wilson admin istration will stop Kb wholesale dis missal ol colored men from tlio gov ernment service, whether KopubllcR.ii or Democratic, only when not one of Ilium can bonst that ho holds a rep resentative position, seems to he borne out by the proceedings of tho last few days. Since tho forced resignation of Collector ("has. W. Anderson from the offlco of Collector of Internal Hov cmte, most of im- colored people hold ing ...

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 June 1915

-?rF&-2'TJ""1$ "fWfr"sW X K" 4 PAGE TWO THE TULSA STAR Home Undertaking Co. No. 2 Open Day and Night Remember us in your sorrow. H. W. RAGDALES, Mr PHONE 4280 1 14 N. Gleenwood Tulsa, Oklahoma Oklahoma Trunk & Case Factory TULSA. OKLAHOMA In Our New Location Trunks, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases, and all Leather Goods Sample Trunks and Cases a Specialty Wo Make to Order, Exchange and Repair RETAIL STORE, 117 N MAIN, PHONE 1788 Corner Main and Archer WELDY STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES FRESH AND CURED MEATS AND LARD. Buy and Sell Cattle, I logs, Veal and all Kinds of Live Stock. We Do Our Own Killing. 21 E. First St. Phone The Turner Hotel In New Location Twine Bldg., 2 1 I South Second St. Muslicgee, Oklahoma We cordially invite all old friends and new ones to visit jus in our new quarters. Everything new with nil modern ao fcomodintions. Convenient to all railway depots. Mrs. Rebecca Turner, Prop. 'C. O. Winterbringer. NURSE REGISTER MOWBRAY UNDERTAKING CO. ; Phone 329 86 911. 12...

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 June 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAGE THREE GE11 REPLY UNSATISFACTORY Van jacow attempts to evade the issues in wilson's NOTE. WANTS TO TALK IT TO DEATH Declares No Intention of Harming Peaceful Vessels and Suggests that Wilson Didn't Know What He Was Talking About. Ilcrlln Clerniaiiy withholds I!b tin al (Ucfsloti on thi .Icuiatirift niltmuoil tiy tho UulU'tl Stales unviTimu'iit hi connection with the pinking of the Lusitnnla until the lecrlpt of nn an ver from the United States to the note Mhlch llrr Von Jagun. the foreign minister, has ilolieretl to Amhasador Gerard, in reply to the American note recoiled by the German govcrn-mint May 15 In it reply the German pmerninent tleeLtrcs that It is not Its intention In submit tici.tral ships In the war one, vhlch are gti m of no hostile net to Attacks h submarines or aeroplanes, that tt is ItttiWigatinK the oi renin stances In connection with I ho at tniVt on the CuabLng and IJulflRlit anil that In all cases where neutral ves scls Mirnugh no fault of the...

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 June 1915

EM' 1 PAGE FOUR T H TULSA iTAR I u THE TULSA STAR 2'Wnfntd Pubshing CO. Published livery Saturday at 01 North Greenwood Street. Rntered aeomdclm mitter OkUhnat, under the Aot of March 3, A. J. Bmitiirruak, Mil. O. a.BuTTVtruir J, II. BumtlRMiV, tbatt Htnlthc1m.n, HUIIHCUIITION KATKH 0 vr Ux Moati Thro lloatn MLMDEn NATIONAL NEGRO PREB8 ASSOCIATION. The price of this paper is $1.00 pur year. ' If you like it send us your subscription and help us to continue our work for tho race. THE WOMAN wlin refused to accept tier liberty .mil leac her husband m jail is entitled to a Carnegie medal. TMK SINGLE TAX IDEA will yet play its part in the eternal salvation of the world. Perhaps the termination of the present Eu ropean conflict will see ti realized. Till; PARENTS who are thoiighful enough to Iteep their child ren profitably employed at least a part of the lime during vacation, will avoid a deal of unnecessary trouble and will be amply rewarded in other ways. THE PEOPLE OP TULSA will soon ...

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 June 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAQK FIVE Let Us Save You Money ! JUDGE'S "TREE TOAD" ' MUSICAL NOTE PLEASED THB OLD GENTLEMAN. I Jn $he fecial girele U -I tf'JlS &- s .we tnjjf Wc mean that we will save jou money if you will only send your old suits, silku, satins, kid gloves, furs, etc., to us, who hae a Sanitary Dry Cleaning Plant. We guarantee every garment that comes in the house, why do we do it? Because we nre pre pared to do the work. Old hats made New. Suits made to your measure. 500 samples for you to select from. Our wagon will call nnd deliver to all parts of the city. Cavers French Cleaners HATTERS AND DYERS Phone .'J132 OHicc and Works, 8 N. Cincinnati The Star Cleanin Parlor Engine Blast That Almoit Bunt tht Ear Drums of Other Members of the Party Cauied Him Enjoyment. At ono of the rehearsals of "Robin Hood" by tho Dostonlans, on the oo caslon of that company's first week In Detroit, William II. MacDonald and Henry Clay Darnabee were critically listening to a finale. Conductor Sa...

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 June 1915

V PAGE SIX THE TULSA STAR M'jwu-mi.ja. jjiiai ai A PA Nellie Maxwell Yells of things new and delicious to tempt the Palate The Lady Friends CHEAPER CUTS or MEAT When Hip housewife In busy with tho housi-cli anliiK or any way ixtra work which occu pier, her attention, thru In tile titna to une the cheaper incuts In Ion I lo cookltiK which will tnk cam of Itself anil not need watchltiK On wash ilny when the top of the love Ik cow red with thn bollur un oven pot roast may be most nccopl ablo Use a piece from the hip, about llm pounds, tho bane may be re moved and the meat cut In slices 1'ound Into tho meat u cupful of flour, n tablesKonful of salt and a half tea spoonful of pepper Sear tho meat In hot fat, add a pint of tomatoes and water to barely coier, cook Rently for n hour Then add a dozen small unions ami cook two and n halt hours lonner and serve surrounded with tho nntniiii The Hour will thicken tho rravy sufficiently Tho bone that was rctnovid may bo broken up, covered with co...

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 June 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAGE SEVEN V ZL MM .3SaJELTT, if I WHITE HOLLAND IS FAVORED Breed of Turkey That Do Not Win. der Away From Home Hem Nest In Any Convenient Place. Until recently the. Mammoth llronze turkey was In n clans by Itself, and was known as the kins of domestic birds, but by scientific breeding the Wbito Holland variety has become n close rival of the old favorite and promises to gain In popularity over tho llronze within a very few years, i-ays an Illinois writer In Farmer's Itevlew. There was a time when I read ad vertisements which described the White Holland turkey as "the kind that stays at home." 1 could scarce ly believe that It was In accordance with a turkey's nature, whatever breed they chanced to be, to "stay at home. Personal experience has proved that the White Holland will not wander ns do tho llronze and Hourbon Ited, tho only other varieties of the tup key family with which I am ac quainted. In tho laying season White Holland bens are content to nest In any bui...

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 June 1915

PAOE RIGHT Notice to Corrcs pondents Correspondents will pleaso get tlielr news matter lo us not later than Wednesday ot each week. To ilo thli It will be necessary to mall It at your poatoffice ovary Tutasdnv evening Hereafter nil iiuwh matter arriving later than Wednesday will be cancelled or held over for tlu following Issue. Wo trust our correspondents tll Adder to this rule, as It will not bo violated at till office. lMltor. Notice to Public SPECIAL INFORMATION Please Read Carefully and Remember Horonfter tlio following ratos will bo strictly adhered to In nil publications which eomo under thoao licada Wedding luinouncomunla Il:f0 Woddlng wrlto-ups Buslnoss announcements Card of Thanks Memorials Obituaries 2:C0 up 1:00 COc COc up 60c up Social wrlto-ura fwhen long llsta of names nro gin n) per lino counting six we to tho lino ' ER OS YEAR3 EXFEHICNCC a Truoc Marks Designs OoPvnicHTa Ac. a arona tnd1n( n tktrb at il ilMfrlptlon ma. Milchlr aafarlaln our i)ml ti frea wli.Ui.r mi ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 12 June 1915

jft s, J .' 4 The Leading Race Paver in The State of Oklahoma 1 A FEARLESS EXPONENT sDUcmrnen LIST MAKES A OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE i VAJLOAJUt j KtDTOM rOB AOVZRTUDM 1 V f'nfM .-- n-iri i mBi i un "- xJlt. . i Vol. 3, No. 30 BRYAN CENSUS SHOWS IMPORTANT FACTS ABOUT NEGRO Census On Negro. Below ore given some Interesting facta nnd (Inures taken from the re cent census bulletin on the Negro. Of the total number of 7,317,922 No grocs 10 years of ago nnd over, enum erated In 1910, K,192.G35, or 71 per cent, wero reported an gainfully cm ployed, the percentages for males nnd females being 87.4 and 54.7, respect ively. The corresponding percentages for native whites wero 77.9 nnd 19.2. Of the gainfully employed Negro males .10.9 per cent almost one-third wero farm laborers, and 25 per cent wero farmers. Tho other lending oc cupation groups for Negro males, with tho percentage, of tho totnl represent ed by each, wero as follows: Labor ers, building and hand trades, 5.2; la borers, saw nnd pla...

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 June 1915

4 THE TULSA STAR PAGE TWO JHome Undertaking Co. No. 2 ' Open Day and Night I Remember us in your sorrow. H. W. RAGDALES, Mgr Nearly All Of Europe Is Now Involved In War rr.M"-j PHONE 4280 114 N. Gleenwood Tulsa, Oklahoma IJAa!!luliAiJ - ; -n ; JT1 fiaHosW ""! &T7 V J v B -J IbbM or BISCAY h K2HIH2H1 BPIW!WnllB'BTCB2nw.BI ll II ! 1IMI 111 !' firiKHIH.KMKrUMP WEa Oklahoma Tnink & Case Factory TULSA, OKLAHOMA In Our New Location trunks, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases, and all Leather Goods Sample Trunks and Cases a Specialty Ve Make to Order, Exchange and Repair RETAIL STO-'J!, 117 N MAIN, PHONE 1788 Corner Main and Archer I -.. ? :fax. .-3z5. o MADRID :? SPAIN .a. LSz S Vw ' E D ' r A F R I C A J Jv R 0 owcruitM ' . SOFIA UUGA.RIA' BLAC.IJ -a e. a,. WELDY BROS. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES FRESH AND CURED MEATS AND LARD. Buy and Sell Cattle, Hogs, Veal and all Kinds of Live Stock. We Do Our Own Killing. 21 E. First St. Phone 1158 Tulsa, Okla. IONIAN SUA CtT i With till) intranco of ...

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 June 1915

rzjfwenw-Tigevwgfy, THE TULSA STAR PAGE THREE -t A PAGE Nellie Maxwell Tells of things new and delicious to tempt the Palate The Lady Friends BHBHHMHHHBHHIHIIHBKtHMHiHiliHHHiHHB Parang Think not upon tho pait It Is sunt !.) Improte the present It It )our flo torth to inept the future with lrn and inanlj heart I-of VcfpB the cold out better than a cloak, It vents for food and raiment LotikMIow FOR THE DAILY MEAL. While strawberries Dre still high lirlcrd they may be served In small quantities with gratify ing results Heat the white of an egg, add a half cupful of sugar and a cupful of crushed ber ries, adding them a little at a time until all are. beaten In Use this on ordinary shortcake and seo how good a straw berry Bhortcake It will be Trj It wbllo the season lasts Stuffed Bermuda Onions 1'eel the onions, coter with boiling water and let cook a half hour. Drain, rinse In cold water and drain again. Remove the centers from the onlonB, reservlnn them to verve another day. Chop fine ...

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 June 1915

n j 1 rt TULSA STAR PAGE POU ti I THE TULSA STAE l'rlatinMd Publshlng CO. Published Every Saturday at 501 North Greenwood Street. Hterod 4 ...oiniolin rastter April It. 1B13, it tho Post OSloo st Tulns OkUaoas, cider the Jet of Msroh 1, 1879. A. J. BUTIIIKll', Un. o. B. Burr virtur J. It. BMITMIkMAI, Itxrt 8mltsoTain, EDITOR A.D PUOLUUKH SOCULT KbITOR UcstKiu MiKjasa Traveling Representative BOBHCIUITION HATKH 0. Tr Uz UoiU TkrM Most $1.00 .eo .35 MCMDER NATIONAL NEGRO PRC88 ASSOCIATION. 80KB RESULTS KOR 1IOMK AND FOUEK1N ADVKUTIHKUK 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 tho race. Business Professional Diedory NOW IS A GOOD TIME to prepare for the "rainv days" next winter. If Oklahoma had a few more public spirited Colered men like Mr. A. L. Phillips, who contributed to the expense of The Star last week we would soon be in shape to better fight the cause of the race in this state. IF THE WEALTHY COLOR...

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 June 1915

-,"Tu--v THE TULSA STAR PAGE PIVB Let Us Save You Money ! TYROL THE BEAUTIFUL CHARMINQ 8POT 18 TOO OFTEN NEGLECTED BY AMERICANS. I Jn CJhe fecial irde SH? We mean that we will have you money if you will only send your old suits, silks, satins, kid gloves, furs, etc., to us, who have a Sanitary Dry Cleaning Plant. Wc guarantee every garment that comes in the house, why do we do it? Because we nre pre pared to do the work. Old hats made New. Suits made to your measure. 500 samples for you to select from. Our wagon will call and deliver to nil parts of the city. Cavers French Cleaners HATTERS AND DYERS Phone 3132 Ollicc and Works. 8 N. Cincinnati The Star Cleanin Parlor U. .o-date sanitay cleaning methods. Ladies' work and 1 terntions .J specialty. Let us do your cleaning. Suits made to your measure. Come in and see our line j ot stylish mnde-to-measurt clothing. We have every fabric ev- j ery color, every weave, every pattern and make every style at ' prices to suit your pocket book. ...

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 June 1915

PAGE SIX THE TULSA STAR IHE GROWTH OF Increase in Railway Mileage, School Attendance and Population. Some Idea of the extent of railway construction In Western Canada can bo derived from the fact that the rail nay mileage In the Province of Al berta has been doubled In three ean The present mileage Is 4 097 In all of the settled districts there Is ample rallnay privileges The rates are gov erntd by a Dominion Hallway Comtnls Hon, and In the exercise of their pow ers they not only control the rates, kllng 'air equality to both railway and shipper, but form a court to hear complaints of any who may desire to lodge the same. In the matter of education no better Instance of the advancement thai Is taking (lace can be given than that found In tbe Information to hand that attendance at the University of Al berta has Increase! 1.000 per cent In fire ar, and Is now thoroughly rep resentative of all settled portions of the Province. The students In attend ance are from Mity-ono distinct dis ...

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 June 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAGE SEVEN a i WATCHFUL II1G POLICY CEASES TO 8E II VIRTUE PRESIDENT WILSON LAYS DOWN THE LAW TO WARRING FACTIONS IN MEXICO WRITES A LETTER TO Commands Early Cessation of Hostilities Between Different Leaders Offers Choice of Recognition or Intervention Washington All faction In Mexico were publicly cnllcil upon by Presi dent Wilson In tho name of tho United States gov eminent "to compos their differences' and set up a gov eminent that can he accorded recognition. Kalluro to unlto In n movement to wring peace to Mexico "within a very cnort time," it was announced In a statement telegraphed to Generals Villa, ( .irranza, Zapata and Garza and others would constrain tho United States tc decido "what menus should he emplojed" In order to savo the people of tin touthern republic from further devastations of Internal warfare. Tho text of tho president's statement follows "Kor mon than two jcars revolutionary conditions have minted In Mexico. The purposn of the revolution wa...

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 June 1915

PA03 XIOMT f: rv Notice to Corres pondents Corrssoadeats -ai ;Ui at their a-a mtUAT to u nit UKr than Wadnasday of aaeh wa.k. To do thfa K ni a aateaaary to mail K t your svtaffii arary Tuad avastnr Hraftr til ars attr irrtvtm lur than wdasdar ni m Mn-int or bM o-rer Cor th toll-! !'i W treat oar ejwraap'wdanta Hl adh4r to tMa mto, as It vlR 80t lw vlafatad at tlifa aK) Zdltor Notice to Public FECIAL INFORMATION Plaaaa Pot 4 C-aMfut!- add amamftar s, HaraAlar th toUo-lat ritaa IH b) atrleUy MbrM to la an jialtcauona , watch com aadar thaaa haada. . Waddlaf ajinoaaeaBUcU It:1") ("Waddla wrltav-jja II S4 39 Sastaaaa aasivaacamaatJ 11 Vt , Carl af Than j M t Vamortais 14 a LObttuaria Ito 39 Social irrltavaia ha lea Ilata of . aamaa ara t'.ya, par Uae eoiatla: tt ,w l t too Hsa i a Tto i tnct Ti Mimi Df"la 0vramiTa Ac tf f vtM( M r ' mrm4Mt wit. rcnt4 1a unvrt Ma 'k pmim Hill Hrtlmt. V4U4 'f la t Scientific flwrkaiu a M4iir tniM Mr y ia4 )ffnil. Tmn ! 1 f ! f IL r r-y MHif il ru fi r"d ...

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 June 1915

JWHfflWI ' r7; -w . 77ie Leading Race Paoer in The State of Oklahoma FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE nfrw t suMCHirnon LIST UAKT3 A VA1UAAUC HLUtUN IUI J ABVTST1KSC1 I U tu . lllHrBllil I ll?irMA-I fll 1- " " X Vol. 3, No. 31 New York Negroes Prosperous In Their SOI INTERESTING FACTS Fl The Negroes of New York City in Se gregated Dis tric Making Good. Editor of tho Tulsa Star, Denr Sir: rtclntlvo to the business nnd economic conditions of Kansas City nml Now York City. I find them comparatively tlie dame. Kansas City lias her seg regated district for oitr people In tho neighborhood of 18 nnd 19 streets, covering many blocks, containing ap proximately forty or fifty thousand souls. In this community wo find men representing almost nil the trades and professions. Somo very rich nnd quite a few In modernto circumstanc es. Individually tlioy nro very pros perous. A great many own their own homes and many others nro purchas ing homes, and making reputations for themselves, whlrh w...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 June 1915

"pi !"!MlSilF"," '' ' '''l' "nr? qw"-. viei iwiifirwyr -w T "-laF"wi i""JW PAGE TWO THE TULSA A H WWP BRYANDB0P30UT OF THE CABINET CFUlSS -O ""SB f'TH CEP! SCTE. frE SKCEEBEB BY 6EHT U.H3MSI .b... .f wt, I AetUt F1fc-t T'fut ' Gt!" Mri ti Cs If fir Sji4 j ;;rtnl. "WiifchirUc. C2tm Uamitat Sue! u4 iMAOf f Marlr Ulrtr rtarr Mt u 4aK t VtM in m H(M( -wttk FT'M S WiIkm tx iwirwimi ., ;rki TV etMaM UMt ni-l tk r'tfmf -rue feut Wm ttv t CM Grm f4 to tk Utttac ut. ActlKc fwtr Rotaft I-a ull to sprite. Itkr tlua Ha tk tunm re', ik h U" atkUM iHitT in- tk P1' atotoa kMa vir Mr fc.-T tl IttiK kM fHtOHIlM la Jur bMkkrhac Out tka tta is toHmC hi W tk iaim tkM m t bui x mmk-t W Ik caMaH veald b ae-ltlr le tm mi it votM la tk a vMA hi aft nr kaart. ni tf. Ifc pftla -Kif " rriaittcany tk aActal rbUM of Mr Brjac vMk tk 4MatritVMi of tfc aw kot aomlutloaj k xMnt sniATWrtr to ik BKlator ? tlae ml 112 to as mA It caaa i4Mtlaa ta tkc aatloaal caaUi ! 'rtr tranl. la rat rwi j .Aaiaott attautor aa4 4lato...

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 June 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAGE THREE A PAGE Nellie Maxwell Tells of things new and delicious to tempt tnc Palate The Lady Friends C uwkk csmj-- r . m im. i h m v v'srw n j rnxmsmtx m Olt lattv-rorncmtj rt il inn li fi rcutt n tiniKKtirt ilutj seldom paid In nnv olh t coin than imilHhmnt ainl wralli wlun will mankind Im-kWi to knuw th ear Dickens HOT WEATHER DISHES. A cool, refreshing, nlcel) eencd salad Is especially appetizing anil ann pratcful on a hot da MRa The following aro old 4; -S Normandy Salad. Cut In cubes three, cucum hers, threo hard cooked eggs, add u cupful of of chopped olives and threo fourths of a cupful of nut meats. Serve In to mato cups or on lettuce leaves with maonnalso dressing. Sweetb'ead Salad. Parboil and ro moo all fiber from a pair of sweet breads. Cut In small cubes, add equal parts of celery and cucumber and servo with boiled dressing to which a llttlo Worcestershire sauco has been udded. Chicken Salad. Tnkc a cupful of tho breast of chicken, cut In cubes, ono cu...

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 June 1915

!.) fiq-f- V T-PJ? 'fit' PAGE FOUR - 1J TBE TULSA STAR THE TULSA STAK Priatininid Publshing CO. Published Every Saturday at 501 Ilorth Grceuwood Street. Hater! a. saainlolass matter April II. 181J, at the Post Ofllca at Tulsa Oklahoma, ondnr the Act at Uareh 3, 1873. A. J. BxrritiaWA, U. O. B 8irrB uxr J. II. liumnivin, J bait Smlthorirn, SUIWOItllTIO.N KATKta Oa vu It Moata Tain Moat. MEMBER j, NATIONAL NEQRO PRE88 ASSOCIATION. The price of this paper ia ?1.00 your subscription and help us to The Searchlight is making a NO GRANDFATHER CLAUSE is over applied in bond cleg- nun-, nave you ever noticed it? THE STAR is the only Colored Weekly in this country o Mr as we know, that publishes pictorat news of tho European war. DO YOU KNOW it costs money to operate this paper? Whj not help us by paying promptly what you owe? Why wait for us to dun jou? It would be so nice of jou to call by the office and pay, just as jou pay your cs bill. appvsr- ". x - i . , Our crst-uliile ex-champion. Ja...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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