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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 30 July 1915

THE TULSA STAR PACK FIVB Let Us Save You Money! OUR PUBLIC FORUM Wc mean that we will save you money If you will only send your old suits, silks, satins, kid glare, furs, etc., to us, who have a Sanitary Dry Cleaning Plant. Wc guarantee every garment that comes in the house, why do wc do it? Because we are pre pared to do the work. Old lints mnde New. Suits made to your measure. 500 samples for you to select from. Our wagon will call and deliver to all parts of the city. Cavers French Cleaners Phone 3132 HATTEKS AND DYERS Office and Works, 8 N. Cincinnati . 'V The Star Cleaning Parlor TJy ,o-date aanitay cleaning methods. Ladies' work and al teratlons u specialty. Let us do your cleaning. Suits made to your measure. Come in and set our line ot stylish made-to-measure clothing. We have every fabric ev ery color, every weave, every pattern and make every style at prices to suit your pocket book. patterns to select from. Hats cleaned and blocked. VISIT US Phone 816 N. E. PY RTLE, Propr...

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. — 30 July 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAGE SIX. Home Undertaking Co. No. 2 Open Day nrd Night Remember us in your sorrow. H. W. RAGDALES, Mfjr PHONE 4280 A 14 N. Gleenwood Tulsn, Oklahoma Oklahoma Trunk & Case Factory TULSA, OKLAHOMA. fn Our New Location tTrunks, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases, and all Leather Goods Sample Trunks and Cases a Specialt Vo Make to Order, Exchange and Repair RETAIL STORE. PHONE 1783 Corner Main and Archer WELDY BROS. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES FRESH AND CURED MEATS AND LARD. Buy ami Sell Cattle, Hojjs, Veal ami nil 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. MusliCgce, Oklahoma We cordially invite nil old friends nnd new ones to vis!) us in our new qunrters. Everything new with nil modern ao Comodintions. Convenient to nil railway depots. Mrs. Rebecca Turner, Prop. 'C. O. Winterbringcr. NURSE REGISTER MOWBRAY UNDERTAKING CO. Phone 329 86 911. 1125 Second St. TULSA, OKLA (Notary Public. ...

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. — 30 July 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAGE SEVEN. f r ....J , WHIM CMCS 1 1 . I i The president's proclamation bo slicking Interest In tlu exposition at Richmond organized under the aus pices of the. Negro Historical and In dustrial association Is an cvldcnco In Itself of the. extraordinary progress of that raco In America since tho door of opportunity was opened It Is tho voice of all tho people, wlilto and lilack, and will bear good fruit. Only n thoroughly worthy object could have brought from tho chief executive such a dellvcrnnco. Tho display at Itlchmond represent ed less than half a century of build lng alons tho llnei of Intelligent syB tem and study. Tor not until n few years after tho war closed did tho Negro get fairly started on tho road to ir.dhldunl effort and thrift He was for a tlma In tho clutches of the poli ticians. Borne pulling thin way and some thnt, but none pulling for him. It uas In tho early '70s that ho finally got his proper bearings and began to Bhoft under friendly leadership...

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. — 30 July 1915

PAGE EIGHT THE TULSA STAR OUR PUBLIC FORUM V. E. P. Ripley On Rolatlons of Railroads and Pooplo The Industrial leadere of thla nation arc talking tr the public face to face through the columns of thla pai r i The time waa when If a corporation bad anything tu tat lo the people they sent a hired hand, whlapered It thr uin & lawyer or employed a lobbylit to explain It to the 1 c .a'ure, but the men who know and the men who lo are now talking orer the fence to the man who plom When the leading bualnees men of tbli nation get back to the soil" with their (Iroblema. strife and dlssm tlon will disappear, (or when men look Into each other &; facrs and amlle there la a better day coming a , ! ' g'vf his Tlewa In reference to relations extatlng between tho d . ' ' i bile aald In part Kruj.. i we bear lUtementa to the effect that tbete relattona are lm;r . g tl- ii the -ra of railroad 1 iitlng has paaaed and that public scntl ir'r.t r' favcra treating the railroad! fairly Aa yet tbla ...

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. — 27 August 1915

.' ) A Kh Don't Forget Fair Week in Tulsa! . FEARLESS EXPONENT nr rT-tY- A Nn A-H M MZDtUM rOK M I m AovcRTUEia " O' " "'r. f .IHSTirr Mtn lWllMH. sM H H sH tt bH h bH H ft. SJz: VH M sH K B 'i cnnarBiimnit - M - I I 1131111 -- srs- ' """ jwrm Jr -O sW Nit WW Ws -0- ' Vol. 3, No II ''resident Kersh and Perkins Engaged in great York, The tenth minimi session' of the Unte llnptist Sunday S.hool and It. Y. '. U. Conventions, which convened in hi city Wednes.fny for a six di.vs' ..esslon, ending Sunday, is in progress at the First Baptist church of win h Rev. .1. F. Kersh, piciJent of the Sv. convention, is pastor. Ab early an Titc'day mnrnin? dele Kitten began to arrive mid when 'he convention opened Wcdri.-.day morn ing, n fairly pood representation was on hund, Loaders of the work me well plentad with the showing made and sny it is one of the host meetings thev have hud. A musical and literary ion it wu rendered at the First Hapli.l chunh Tuesday night which w:n will wo-th while. Mil...

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. — 27 August 1915

A PAGE TWO THE TULSA STAR -i J C Trailer of KarrsTmr Vonlrn countr. ranks as one i the rooiit pro grcsslte Negro teacher nf rait leias, and is In nry hlcti eBirem by people, of both races of that section, says tho Houston I'ost He has already Intro duced tanning sucressfully Into his school Ureal Interest has been man ifested during the summer session In cannl'a; and qult a number hae been studying canning In ronnertlon with the "p. ration of school training plants nhre the cunning of vegetables for us. in the mess hall next session Is ft 1 In progress The school cannerr Is proving lo do a benefit to the. sur rounding neighborhood as well as lo the school, and both vthltn mid col ored neighbors are bringing In egi tables to be ranned In the 1'rnlrln View srhonl cannery I.ulu II Young read before the summer session an In teresting description of tho work of tho school of which sho Is principal, and she Is probably tho youngest toucher In school, nnd sho bns success fully Introduced I...

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. — 27 August 1915

(P "-"? r$EPT: yy-' ) tJi' T SAFETY FIRST TO BE SURE OF THE SAME INSURE WITH V The Exchange Insurance Association (Incorporated) LIFE, HEALTH AND ACCIDENT. Live Agents Wanted JTulsa Agents: G. H. MORELAND AND J. T. WILLIAMS, 114 N. Greenwood Avenue G. H, AMBROSE, President and Bus, Mgr C. 3. PAUL, Vice President. S. E. EDWARDS, JR., Secretary and Treasurer. Home Office: HOTEL ALEXANDER New and Elegantly Furnlsbd Rooms CAFE IN CONNECTION i OPEN AT ALL HOURS, SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY. When In Tulsa We Solicit Your Patronage. We Give First Class Service. A. CARR, 129 N. Greenwood North Louisiana Oil Field The best in the south where fortunes are made in oil every twenty-four hours. Nine Oil Wells Owned by Negroes Oil Production, 30,000 barrels daily. Developments and Production constantly increasing. Buy a Lot m Oil ParkOnly $15 Each $3 cash and a small monthly payment and an inter est in the Development and Production of two oil wells vithout further cost than the price of the lot. Ag...

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. — 27 August 1915

IflK TULSA STAR PAGE FOUR THE TULSA STAR Pr!atirgn.id Publsh'mg CO. Ant.shed Every S-tm-y :-! I."-.1 Greenwood Sired. c, .fit n iwmliUn ftf April I. LI, .rrn, anJor the let cf Mroh :. l. A S SMITllSalUUf, Mm U Sxrrtfrrwi- J II SUITHIMr, lb.it HiuithcTmsn, HUrWCKIITIOtl RAT thi -r nil Unstk Thr Vtnsta MfcMQER NATIONAL NEQRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. I he pr.ee of this paper is 1.00 per year. If you like it send us yjur subscription and help us to continue our work for the race. S KXI'E(TKI) the finding of the investigating jury in the Frank in lung was, the crime w committed by "parties unknown and Georgto .,n' . in a State of Anarch) t Nf I.E SAM hi made Iota of noiiie about our neutral rights when i c miny. through dire necessity, retalliated against the attempt of (Treat I.nta n to Mil and starve out the Germans. Now let's see what Uncle Sam will ray to England's embargo on raw cotton, which will ao materially affect I tie farmer of tills country. it TULSA MAI) a few more whole-hearted c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 27 August 1915

iy " i- -awwar&.t1' j WISDOM AFTER THE EVENT Orfllnary Man Si Conttltuted That It It Great Del -jht for Him to Say "I Told You So." How wise men are after the event I It matter nut Mow augely a project la planned, or how vigorously Its ox ccutlun Is pushed, If It turn out III; nor how III consMureil and quixotic It ho. If It turn out well. failure blinds us to the merits of any enter prise, nud success to Its folly. It Is useless for tho unsuccessful man to show that It was through no fault of his own, hut from unexpected causes which no human sagacity could have foreseen or provided fur, that he failed In short, that he deserved suc cess. The result shows that "there was a'scrun loose somewhere," either In the plan or execution, and his ex planations fall on deaf ears. What aggravates our Impatience with tho plausible blockhead who falls Is that we could have told him at the start how visionary his enterprise was, or how, I j) different management, ho might hae succeeded. Had n...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 27 August 1915

PAGE SIX THE TULSA STAR S A Von tirpitz scorej again in WAR ON NONiOM OATANTS. 30 LIVES LOST; 2 AMERICANS Vessel Attacked Without Warning While On Westbound Trip and Carrying Ns Contraband Or Soldiers. Ixndnn The big While Star line steamer Arabic fornicrh a favcrlte Kliip nf thi Liverpool Boston service, Imt which on her present trip was on the lo Nw York, wm torpedoed nml mink hv a German aubmarlne, wmi beast nf Fastnct and fifty mllea v ' -I nf the Lusltanla'n grave The i-teamer. arco'dlng to a state merit nf the While Star line, was at tacked without warning and went down in Ion minute Of the 423 per sona mi board ISI passengers and 212 lucmhtn of th crew- 39 are missing nnd are lielleved to have lieen drowned Most of those who hare not Ik en accounted for liclong to the crew Only six of the passengers are reported missing Thp revised Hat allowed tliat Mrs. IxhiIho llrupulero anil ICrtmiind Woods, among American iiaaaenRerH, were drowned There had heen 2C Amer icana on hoard Tim...

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. — 27 August 1915

PAGE SEVEN - DESERT AUTO IS NO CAMEL These Men Forget to Provide Water THE TULSA STAR .V Knitted Silk Bonnet lor Small Girl I 1 , I sis? -TN-v - I PW& XY! !& fit 1c u ' ' " ' ,' H t " ' P 3ri! '' p -firm" Now that Industry has become fash lonablo and overjono Is knitting or crocheting or doing somo sort ot needlework, the evidences of the ' keep busy" (ad blossom out in all di rections Tbo family, from baby to grandma, ret els in pretty things in tho way ot dress accessories, and tho liouso is decked out with lino spe cimens o( ncedlecraft. Among the most successful of all tho articles knitted, or crocheted, baby bonnets, hats for littlo girls, and bou doir caps and hats for grownups tes tify to tho adaptability of this kind ot work to htadwear. llaby bonnets, either knitted or crocheted ot silk, have long been among tho cocted luxuries that each mother manages r-omohow to secure They aro ory durablo and very beautiful. Crocheted headwear Is somewhat expensive, and no must e...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 27 August 1915

PAGE EIGHT THE TULSA STAR SECOND ANNUAL ADDRESS OF REV J F. KERSH. D 0, BEFORE THE STATE BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION Mr. President, dellgatei, brethren and frlendt: It u v? lth much pleasure and rone'deratlon that I com before yoo to try to deliver to you ray second messac from the Kin u prwtdent of the youni people of this .tale In hdr Sunday school work ou are a branch of on. of the re.tt organizations In lh worM gchoo, ,.onT,n, n u made up of messengers and pastors from the uw.l SHndar schools throughout th- mate It If their duty to teach the true sense of !rBUlH'rlin the children .In the way they .hould go that when they are old ,h"r SlBcewr'meetfnB'at Muskeg many hare been the beset inents to binder our oroKreal Bat our cause Is a righteous one and with the untiring efforts of the servants we have been able to keep our head. above the wave, of .In and tatan There Is more lift In the Sunday school work today than there has ever been In the -.tote beforu Pastor and Superln'e...

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. — 3 September 1915

., ) Don't Forget, Big NEGRO Fair in Muskogee Next Weel 1 ODR su&scKtrnon LIST MAKES A VALUABLE MtoroM roa AovzRTiaia FEARLESS EXPONENT Or RIGHT AND JUSTICE t- f 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, Ho 12 TULSA. OKLAHOMA. FKI1) Y. SEPT. :!. 1915 Subscription $1.00 Per Year Oklahoma Judge Refuses to Sanction Peonage ! "Northern White Woman" Goes Into Court to Adopt Girl As Her Own "But Only As Servant," She Said OKLAHOMA CITY. l!B 30 - Clr uhubUuhcs which uuikci! Judge Wil liam II Zulck to angrily exclaim that liu would lint lie u part) tn "Juilkl.il! shivery duvelopcit ill the county court Saturday morning when u while wo man, middle nBed anil well dressed, souBlit to adopt nn 8-jonr-old NeBro ..Irl Now, I don't want ou to tliink I lousiuer hit niy equal, mo woman wnu miTt'ly mild she was "Mrs Shepherd," explain! d to "the court "I want to adopt he...

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. — 3 September 1915

I PAGE TWO THE TULSA STAR Home Undertaking Co. No. 2 Open Day and Night Remember us in your sorrow. H. W. RAGDALES, Mgr PHONE 1 14 N. Gleenwood Oklahoma Trunk & Case Factory TULSA, OKLAHOMA In Our New Location Trunks, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases, and all Leather Goods Sample Trunks and Cases a Specialt We Make to Order, Exchange and Repair RETAIL STORE. PHONE 1758 Corner Main and Archer WELD Y 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 Killins. 21 E. First St. Phone The Turner Hotel In New Location Twine Bldg., 2 1 1 South Second St. Muiltcgce, Oklahoma We cordially invite nil old friends and new ones to visil lis in our new quarters. Everything new with nil modern ao comodintions. Convenient to all railway depots. Mrs. Rebecca Turner, Prop. C. 0. Wtnterbringer. NURSE REGISTER MOWBRAY UNDERTAKING CO. Phone 32985911. fl23 Second St. TULSA, OKLA Notary Public. H. AUGUSTUS GUESS Lawyer T...

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. — 3 September 1915

) THE TULSA STAR PAGE THREE New Sports Sweater for Fall Nclllo Maxwell Tells A Department Devoted to the Personal Interests of Julia Bottomlcy's Latest Ideas on Intcr- Natlonal Fashions OScST-- of things new and delicious . to tempt the Palate -& 0 The Lady Friends of the Tulsa Star "lMklM! V i li 11HMWlHWJWMIIg 1 MB I HHMHMM WU.MIIM IIHWIP II II PTnffr! !HIGH AND ?inshL i is ny o , X&tFI VI r a S fill I- I -t tlnfatllifulnnns In the kernlnir of nn appointment Is nn net of clear dlalion i esty, you mny as well borrow a per son's money as Ids lime Horace Mann. SOMETHING NEW IN SALADS. Tbero nro a few miggostlons that It Is well to lio reminded of In regard to tlio selection ami , enro of salad ma tcrials. A good, re sourccful cook will innke an nppctlz Ing salad out of al most any sort of good materials Caro should bo tised In combining dollcato flavors with highly seasoned dressings. Rich (Isli should not be served with a heavy mayonnalso. I.emon scorns mo' npproprlnto to us...

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. — 3 September 1915

PAGE TOUR THE TULSA STAR ; rl&iii wd Pvblshing CO. Published Every Siturdv :.t Z'A l.or:h Greenwood Street .wj.ni.lm miHsr April II. Wl. at ' -'' l T"' Slfcsrsl Ol la boa a. aaoW the Act cf Marsh S. 1S7S A J hwrmmwi, Mm o B inrfrmr J H hkinnfrxii, lbrt Hitrten, HUBsrillfTIO.N ( r HI l Hoott MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. i ne pr.ee ol tma paper is $1.00 per oar. Lf you like it send us 1 jur dubavripUon and help us to continue our work for the race. MONDAY will be a legal holiday and will be observed in the Lig May in TuUa. Come in and enjoy yourself. IT REQUIRES HONEST CLEAN MEN to successfully con djet educational institutions, and these are primary qualifications. 'J lane thene oil nicely, he must have all the other requirements ti an educator or he is a failure to start with. o THE CITY COMMISSIONERS have decided to bless the East End with a sewage system which will eliminate th unsanitary conditions of this part of the city. Besides this they will pave ome of the s...

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. — 3 September 1915

THE TULSA STAR PACK FIVE t i Hxchauee Buy Wholesale At Retail Salt Meal 7 1-2 Per lb. Compound 7 12 Per lb. Everything at Wholesale Price. EXCHANGE 109 E. 1st St. Phone 3644 ,s THE HRT DRESSER Mrs. Lawson has m:ved from 807 S. holder to 13 Wei Brady St. She has iust -etur -ed from Ne' York with .1 largt Stock of good", II. its of all kinds. She will be pleased to ec all of hur friends at her New Store 15 W. "Brady The Star Cleaning Parlor Uy o-dnte snnitay cleaniiiK methods. Ln.dies' work nnd ' terationa .t specialty. Let us do your cleaning. Suits made to your measure. Come in and see our line or stylish made-to-mensurt. clothing. We have every fabric ev ery color, every veae, every pattern and make every style at prices to suit your pocl.et book. patterns to select from. lints cleaned and blocked. VISIT US Phone 81 N. L 1Y RTLE, Proprietor Resigns Under Fire BBBBBBBar Iv .' fedaaanfcaflBBaaaiBBV aBaBatfanaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB HuMRBlrn Jul Xta9aaaillllliailllllllllllllllfl HaLfi1! WrT...

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. — 3 September 1915

i PAGE SIX THE TULSA STAR JUSTAWORD ABOUT YOUR HEALTH If our health is poor as a result of a viak stomach, lazy liver or clogged bowels HOSTETTEM'S STOMACH BITTERS IT HELPS NATURE CORRECT SUCH TROUBLES AND IMPROVES HEALTH SOME HINTS FOR BUILDERS Great Care Should Be Taken In Selec tion of the Moit Substantial Roofing Material. If you worn without preparation or plan, rudely placed. In a wilderness, your first thought would bo of food supply and our noxt of shelter, for theso aro tlio two moat vltnl necessi ties of mankind It Is tliereforo natural that tlio liest thought, and study aro put upon thoso two ossen tlals. Moro forward steps havo been taktn In tlio building Industry In tbo past fifteen years, ns regards lomfort, sonlco nnd architectural beauty tlian In tho fifty jeors previous. Only In recent years lias tlio hand line of cement In building work been understood properly, and progross Is still constantly liclug mado with It. Modern hotels nnd olTlco buildings nro being equip...

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. — 3 September 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAGE SEVEN , 1 WOMEN WHO ARE ALWAYS TIRED May Find Help In This Letter. Swan Creek, Mich.-" I cannot speak too highly of your medicine. When inrougn neglect or overwork 1 get run down and my appo Uto Is noor anil I ' have that weak, Ian guld, always tired foellnrr. I trnt n Iwif. tloof Lydia E. I'ink ham's Vecrotnliln J Compound, and It ' Dunas mo up, gtves mo strength, and re- Ufltnritf trial tn nnvAn health again. It Is truly a great bless ing to women, and I cannot speak too highly of it. I take plcasuro in recom mending It to others." Mrs. Anmd Cameron, R.F.D., No. 1, Swan Creek, Michigan. Another Sufferer Relieved. Hebron, Mc. "Before taking your remedies I was all run down, discour aged and had femao weakness. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Com pound and used tho Sanatlvo Wash, and find today that I am an entirely new woman, roady and willing to do my housework now, whero before taking your medicine it waa a dread. I try to Impress upon tho minds of all ail...

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. — 3 September 1915

THE TULSA STAR - H? I'AGi; r.ioiiT Washington and Gist Grocery Company. Successor to Goodwin - lirai t U'-cn'v i full line of Staple ami Fancy Groccne. .ilsc 1 k'l an. I I'r. h'i Meats, infact cvei) thing in the Giowry and Mt-.it lu.e. We sulicitc your patronage All Orders promptly Delivered. Phone 1630. Ml N. Greenwood he. Stock Reduceing Sale J In s.inual Ii ml.iii'e Luggage. Cfine in and look ot-r oui Si' ik You are sure to lintl a Bargain, The Oklahoma Trunk Factory '.()K. MAIN - AKCIIKR STS. Our Cut prices cannot tie But. NO TICE Tul .1, Okli . Aur. W. l'.tl.V 'i iled proposal will ne reccied l.y i'u ' ol lourit, Commissioners i il: ty, Oklahoma, on Sop- u 1!M5, until to o'clovk in i Cimnty Court llounc nt ' i. noma, for furnishing ma il i consl-ucting a two-romed. :, 4i .i S. hool building at Snml ' in,; (Iklnhorm in tha southeast i ! of (Tin southwest quarter ' W 1-4) of the southwest quarter i l-t) of section eleven (II), town i. p nineteen (ll'l north, Ilange eleven - .) it...

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