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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 10 September 1915

Take A Day or Two Off And Visit Tulsa Next Week! t IHiSH LS OB FEARLESS EXPONENT Or NIGHT Ann snucMrnon LIST HAKCS A VALUABLE utdwu roa f JUSTICE ADYEKTUOK1 J Vobmwkwm, Wmt ! " wf-'r'- kmmm $$w in m . SUCCESSOR TO THE MUSKOGEE STAR Official Organ of The Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, And The Knight And Ladies Lf Harmony of The World, Oklahoma Jurisdiction Vol 3, No 42 l'ULSA, OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY, SEP i 1 MBI U In pjl-. Subscription J 1.00 Per Year National Baptist Convention Ends In A Big Riot T A Fine Example For Christians CHICAGO, Sept. 8. Tumultuous scenes marked the thirty-fifth annual convention of the Negro Haptlsts today and only thu presence of policemen provented Innumerable fist fights. Ar guments over a proposed new charter were followed liy a struggle for pos session of a megaphone, which, hut for the police, might have developed Into a frepflfiht. Troublo began shortly after the con ventlon had been called to order In the First Iteglment armory by Dr. E. C. Morris of ...

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. — 10 September 1915

i f PAGE TWO THE TULSA STAR i SAFETY FIRST TO 3S SURE OF THE SAME INSURE WITH ' The Exchange Insurance Association (Incorporated) LIFE, HEALTH AND ACCIDENT. Live Agents Wanred Tulsa 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 Furnish Rooms CAFE IN CONNECTION i OPEN AT ALL HOURS, SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY. When In Tulsa We Solicit Your Patronage. We Givo 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 Ncgroa Oil Production, 30,000 barrels daily. Developments and Production constantly increasing. Buy a Lot in Oil Park Only $15 Each $3 cash and a small monthly payment and an inter est in the Development and Production of two oil wells without further cost than the price of the lot. A...

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. — 10 September 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAGE THREE. W f I ! EMPIRE ACCEPTS WILSON'S DIC TUM ON SUBMARINE WARFARE. WRITTEN ASSURANCE GIVEN That Thera Will De No Further Slaughter of Innocent Non Com. batanM Traveling On Mer chant Vessels. Washington. Strwlncil relations be tween tlio United Slates and Ucrinony over submarine varfaro apparently passed Into history nftcr Count Von llcrnstorff, tho German ambassador, informed Secrotar Lansing In "riling that prior to tlio sinking of the Arabic Ills government had decided that Its submarines should sink no moro liners without warning. . Count Von IlcrnstorfTs letter which revealed for tho first time that tier many had prepared an answer to the I.usltnnla, nolo which was about to hi dispatched when tho Arabic was do strojed follows "My Dear Mr. Sccrelnryt "With referenco to our conversation of this morning, I beg to Inform jou that my Instructions concerning our answer to our last I.usltnnla uoto contains tho following passage "'Liners will not bo sunk by our sub...

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. — 10 September 1915

IrfK TUtSA 1TAR If PAGE FOUR i THE TULSA STAR l'rli'.tirpsid Publsh'mg CO. riln'ie.. Every Siturdy arid North Greenwood Street. Nowata tews STUDENTS EARN WAY tl . ,i i. .tj.itolm m.ttor April 11, u.lih mil. under the Act a M.roli 1. 187. Ill, t tho Poet Oflioe l Tulea A J bumiHKMAX, iu (J. U surrprruA i u auitHwi, Uvil fm-lt tiluJtn, ail Moult Tknx al.iut ED 1 10 H 1111 I'UHUillKit Socislt i:utum UOvliike M Italian TraYclluR IlepreaeuUtlve I 'ml. A W C Art I'liili mi't Jt Iho jsihlenue of ln. Jim 1'iorco Ihurwiliy nf lml week OwImk to llni IHiii-iH or the irniil'iit Mr Win Ouetl tlio virii president lrB. I'mrre pnmhleil, nflor thu limlnem wis fjnliiheil tho lumtos' nerved iIkIIi'Iiiuh liiiiehf-iin mill nVeiyj onn deputed declaring Mm. I'lnrer mi iili'Hl IkmIoih. Adjourned In inext Sept llili Hi tin- rildence of Mr Wolfe. Mrs Mourn a nil Wolfu as lio-te Jobs at New Haven Net Scholars $37,146. Business - Professional directory rJUIWOIllt'TlON HATKH MtMUER .NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIA...

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. — 10 September 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAQB FIVE Exchange Buy Wholesale At Retail vSalt Meat 71-2 Per lb. Compound 7 12 Per lb. Everything at Wholesale Price. EXCHANGE 109 E. 1st St. Phone 3644 THE HHTDRESSER Mrs. Lawson has moved from 807 S. Bolder to 13 West Brady St. She has just returred from New York with a larg Stock of goods, Hats of all kinds. She will be pleased to see all of her friends at her New Store 13 W. "Brady Tulsa, Okh. The Star Cleaning Parlor Uy ,o-dute sanltay cleaning method. Ladle' work and al terations a specialty. Let us do your cleaning. Suits made to your measure. Come in and sea 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 81 N. E. PY RTLE, Proprietor Notes On Rac ial Progress J Jav, It I.OWU WllO 1m Ullg.aC.ed til the gciier.il hauling luslnem at I'-nailena, was raeently given' a contract fur me...

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. — 10 September 1915

il PAGE SIX THE TULSA STAR mmrnm Tho wlrt pllirilm In Hilt una wlio KOCH Alom llin highway. iHnir hy hour runt, nt To lnli tit lain or ahlna the aklpa Iiivp IM tit Who miinta lila tldiM In rach buildul roac rch anna: Hip tlirimh IhrmiKli vernal hrani lira lliruwii I m h tnarvil uf tlm aunrlvt, rah dusk lilrllt Of in)lrry iiiwl frnnrtnt rrmnt !.arh alnr tlinl In tho hpyn Imrna alul Kiowa ItAftfi Ready to Say "Good-Night" i nCFRCSHING PINCAPPLE. Pineapple Julco In especially refresh Inc. Is nlmi mrillclnal In fnlito ami an all riiutul rooiI ilrlnk any way It Id prepared l'lno upide Julco In an ulil t illRcatlnn no It Ik ospiclally ailailril to cock tails and fruit cups to Kcrvo na thu tiu I InnliiK of the iiK.il Pineapple Sirup Put three pounds of loaf sugar Into a kettle add two tupfuls of water and Dm whites of , two orrs, v ell lieaten tloll togi tlicr until char lUmovn and cool Para mid Rralo enough pineapple to make n quart of Julco. tlien strain Into tho sirup Hull ten mlnuteM. ...

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. — 10 September 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAGE SEVEN. STATE FAIR WILL SURPASS ALL OTHER YEARS The entertainment features recured Tor tho coming State Talr nt Okla homa City, which opens Saturday, September 25, and closes Siturday, October 2, will make you gtad )ou came. No expense has been Bparod to secure tho best to bo had ond an outline of somo of them follow: Huth Law, premier alator, will ma!:o flights dally, from Monday to Friday, Auto races on Wednesday and Sat urday. Right events each day. Total purses offered $5,000. Tour harness and running races dally on Mondiy, Tuesday, Thursday nnd l'rlday. K and O. trotting futur ity for a purso of $1,000 fciture of races on Thursday. Oklahoma University s. Central fitato Normal on opening day 1n nn nual football rnmo. rifty-mllo motor ccle race for championship of south west will follow game. Tho NlRht Show will Includo flvo nets of headline audcvlllo, Makotsky nnd his famous band nnd Pain's Fire works And for tho first time, this year the Homo Show will ho add...

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. — 10 September 1915

i PAGE EIGHT KAISER AND ARCHDUKE t?o Kr.m as tho situation at Lent otrg li viri1 tho Teutons drove tha Rusi'an toted before them that tha 3erman kaiser deemed It adlsable to iPH-ir on the sene of action In per lu& Tbe Archduke Frederick ot Aus trio mi on similar mission to urga tbe Ajstrian troop on After ttia rvscuation by the Kusslans tbe kaiser luJ the archduke met to felicitate ona luother on tha alor of their men SPELLING IS HARD TO LEARN Ttsts In Public Schools Show Surpris ing Results, Says Federal Bu reau of Education. Washington "Soen out of every 100 third grailo public school children cauuot spoil has,' said a statement Is sued by tha Culled States bureau of education "l'hls and other curious evidences of tho special problems In herent In the teaching of spelling ara brought out by I)r Leonard 1. A) res of the Uusi.'.l Sage foundation In u tud J an published ' Doctor A) re has had made u test from 1.000 words that constitute tin per cant of tha Kug IlsU language ordin...

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. — 17 September 1915

! If You Are Looking For Prosperity, Come to TuJsa! A FEARLESS EXPONENT Or RIGBT AND JUSTirr otnt sooscitirnoM LIST MAKES A VALUABLE MtDtuM ran AovxKnaoia VWWi - " w$ JFj0!' ShfcMM I Sif TOR Vol. 3, No 44 Thousands of Visitors Greatest Fair in History of Tulsa Closes Tonight Fire Works At Fair Ground Will Be Blazing Affair Tills week lias been a gnlla week In Tulsa and thousands of visitors liavo visited tlio city. Beginning Monday tlio Tulsa Coun ty Preo Pair and tlio great Durbar celt-bratlon liavo afforded dally pro grams which wero well worth soelng and honrlng Thero has boon some thing dolns every minute of tlio time slnco tlio blR show opened Monday at high noon by the blowing of whistles ringing of bells, etc. to herald" tlio approach of tlio big show All visitors liavo been highly pleas ed with their trip to tlio city and so far as hao been learned llttlo or no depreciations havo been committed. Praise to Police Force. It la no easy task to marshal throngs of people and thou...

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. — 17 September 1915

PAGE TWO THE TULSA STAR i SAFETY FIRST TO BE SURE OF THE SAME INSURE WITH ' The Exchange Insurance Association (Incorporated) LIFE, HEALTH AND ACCIDENT. Live Agents Wanned Tulsa Agents: O. H. MORELAND AND J. T. WILLIAMS, 1M N. Greenwood Avenue O. H. AMBROSE, President and Bus. Mgr., C. B, PAUL, Vice President. S. E. EDWARDS, JR., Secretary and Treasurer. Home Office: HOTEL ALEXANDER New and Elegantly Furnished Rooms CAFE IN CONNECTION OPEN AT ALL HOURS, SHORT ORDERS f A SPECIALTY. When In Tulsa We Solicit Your Patronage. We Givo 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 Ncgroei OU Production, 30,000 barrels daily. Developments and Production constantly increasing. Buy a Lot in Oil Park Only $15 Each $3 cash and n small monthly payment and an inter est in the Development and Production of two oil wells without further cost than the price of the lot. Age...

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. — 17 September 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAGE THREE y CZAR NICHOLAS ASSUMES CHARGE DISSATISFIED WITH HIS COUSIN'S LONG CONTINUED RETREAT. GERMANS CANT CAPTURE RIGA Prospect That Teuton Ruth Has At Last Been Checked. Need the Port For Winter Quarter!. Iomlon Tho news tlint Emperor TCIchols has placed himself nt tho head of Ills nrmy which lie announced in a telegram to Hnmontl Polncnre president of l'rnncc, and the visit paid by the French commander-in-chief, General Joffro to tho Italian army foro shadows. It Is believed, In military circles here stirring events on both tho eastern nnd western fronts In which the armies of all tho allies wilt co-or,trato. It Is declared the Russians aru hold Ing their ground ngnlnst tho Austrlans nnd Germans, whose advance at most points lias teen stopped nnd In places ore on tho offensive Illgn Is at the danger point, but tho fact that tho Itusslnns continue to oc cupy the town after the Germans have ndvanced to tho Dvlnn southeast of Itlgn leads mllltnry writers to the con...

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. — 17 September 1915

-If PAGE FOUR THE TULSA STAR Prmiirnd Publshing CO. Published livery Saturday ;.t SGI North Greenwood Street. Kntnrnl n seasnil oUm iiuttnr April II. 1913, t tho Post Oflloe t Tulsa Oklaheas, under tho Act of March :. 1878. A. J.SMmisamK, Mm. O. U.HMrrnrvir J II. BuilHaaui, I bait RnltkcTmin, HOiiHr:iiiirioN kateh 0 vr tUx UoiU Thr Moatn MtMOER I NATIONAL NtnnO PRE88 ASSOCIATION. 'flie prico of this paper is $1.00 your subscription and help us to IT'S AN EASY MATTER to t mil's a very hard matter to get out THE ISlliGKST FOOL of who thinks he's smart enough to According to a statement made Tuesday by County Superin tendent Maxwell, a special meeting for teachers of the separate schools will be held in the Superintendent's office Saturday after noon at .1 o clock. All Colored teachers arc expected to be present. TIIK FREE FAIR AND DURBAR this week would be a cred it to any of the larger cities of the country. It is certainly a crown intr sum's fur TiiIs:l Vniliimr ...,,,. I I., il.iu ...

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. — 17 September 1915

THE TULSA STAR PACK FIVK f Exchange Buy Wholesale At Retail Salt eat 7 1-2 Per lb. Compound 7 12 Per lb. Everything at Wholesale Price. EXCHANGE 109 E. 1st St. Phone 3644 THE H7XT DRESSER Mrs. Lawson has moved from 807 S. Bolder to 13 Wo Brady St. She has just returned from New York with a large Stock of goods, Hats of all kinds. She will be pleased to sec all of her friends at her New Store. 3 W. "Brady The Star Cleaning Parlor Up ,0-date saniUy cleaning methods. Ladies' work nd al terations a specialty. Let us do your cleaning. Suits made to your measure. Come in and set our line or stylish made-to-measurt clothing. Wo have every fabric ev ery color, every weave, every pattern and make every style at prices to suit your pocket book. patterns to select from. lints cleaned and blocked. VISIT US Phone 81 N. E. PY RTLE, Proprietor- KAISER AND ARCHDUKE Bo grnvo was tho situation at Lum bers beforo the Teutons drove the KuBslan forces before them that the German kaiser deemed It advisab...

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. — 17 September 1915

PAGE SIX THE TULSA STAR 1 ,IT iNTOMriONAL II Don't Lose a Day's Work! If Your Liver Is Sluggish or Bowels Constipated Take "Dodson's Liver Tone." It's Fine! Hludclnh liter bMter than n doso ol nasty calomel and (hat It won't make j jou ilck j You'ro bilious' lour liter In slug fish! You foot lay. dlry and all knocked out our Heart Is dull, your tonguo Is coated, breath bad; stomach sour and bowel coiwMpati-d Hut don't take snlltiitlng calomel It inakei you Ick ou may lose a day work Doilson's I.lver Tone l real liver medicine You'll know It next morn Ing became ou will wake up feeling fine, your liver will be working, jour WMffiE Lesson (He O n Bl'I I rn Aeilnir Mre' tnr of tlie Hil!.li H !i(M I KtUnr uf Hit MkhIjp 'lbl. Institute ) LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 19 Cnlomei ih merrury or quicksilver I ienjhche am aminess gone, your vthlch causes netnula of the bone Calomel crashes mm bout bile Mko dynamite, breaking It up That's when you feel thul awful naiiBca and cramp ing If you want to en...

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. — 17 September 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAGE SEVEN ' f PI V. ..As r'il)uf Vienna ly Sausage W Sliced Dried Beef Both contain less heat producing properties than heavy meats. Try them for summer luncheons nd picnic tidbits. Libby, M?Neill & Libby Chicago Insist on Libby's at your grocer Fnr n1 Klrrtrlo lUht plant, buklnfta Dartn. rui kjaic marid IntettlRallun lui 4,ll.r;., The Summing Up. "Which nations do you think aro going to win In tho war!" "Well, ns to that, 1 think they all have n fighting chnnco." DO NOT HESITATE To Use Cutlcura on 8kln-Tortured Dablci. Trial Free, A hot bath with Cutlcura Soap and gentle application of Cutlcura Oint ment at onco relieve, permit rest and sleep and point to speedy healmcnt of eczemas, rashes, ltchlngs and Irri tations of Infants and children even In severe cases. Sample each free by mall with Book. Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dcpt. XY, Iloston. Bold everywhere. Adv. Covering Cream Cans. ' A great part of tho valuo of keeping cream cool on tho farm and at tho Motio...

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. — 17 September 1915

PAGE EIGHT THE TULSA STAR NOTICE ittvr&vtitjtv-ti Tulsn, Okln., Autf. 26, 10 IB. Scaled proposals will lie received .y the Hoard of County Commissioners of TuNn County, Oklahoma, on Sep tember 25th, 1'JlG, until 10 o'clock n. m. in the County Court Houso at TuNn, Oklahoma, for furnixhiw; ma terial and construitmir n two romwl, brick, separate Sihnul building ut Hand Sprinpi. Oklahoma in the southeast corner of the southwest quurter (S 1-1) of the southwest quarter (8VV 1-1) of section eleven (It), town ship nineteen (l'.) north, IEuni:e eleven (11) east. i:ver lud must lie n compamed with Certified t'herk for amount ciiunl to five per cent (." per cent) of the proposed contract puce, nntl -.hall contain an apreemnt to furn ish n coml and sufficient hond for the proposed contract price. I hecks of un-une-sful bidders Mill lie rt turned a- soon ni contract and hond are exe cuted I v the successful didder. Tho ( i mmissionpr reserve the nirht to re ' t .uiv and all ImN. Ilnn and sp...

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. — 24 September 1915

If You Are Looking For Prosperity, Come to TuJsa! m ""fft $kfWA FEARLESS I Z-'ffl " - W fm M-W SDUCxirnoN I EXPONENT OF RIGHT Awn ' B - A "" T ' H m k M K LItT IUIU A ! VALUABLX kctDtuM rox JUSTICE Aovrnnsna ) st 4- Vol. 3. Mo 4.5 Race is MAYOR INVOKES RECORD OF CAR. RYING OUT "EQUAL RIGHTS" POLICY. More Than Seven Hundred Negroes Employed by the City In Chicago. "To deny equal opportunity to the Negro In this land would bo out of linrmony with American history, un truo to the sacred principles of liber ty and equal rights, nnd would make n mockery of our boasted civilization nnd Justice" Mayor William Halo Thompson, Ch'cngn. It Is estimated that Mayor Thomp son has clven Jobs to approximately 200 negroes. A census of the. negro employes of the city was suggested by the mayor's statement at the half century anniversary exposition that It Is his duty to elevate rather than degrade the rare. The. estimate does not Include Ne gro laborers and other employes who wero In the city service...

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. — 24 September 1915

PAGE TWO THE TULSA STAR VIL NA FALLS 10 1DH ONE MORE STEP IN VICTORIOUS MARCH OF THE GER. MAN TROOPS RUSSIAN ARMY IS IN DANGER Once More There Is a Possibility of Cur's Troopt Pelng Entirely Surrounded By In vaders. London The pled Ulna uml Hermans haxe oicu liy u wide awcepliiK movement to trio northward nf Hut city have succeeded In almoit If not entirely surrounding portion of Hit- S Itussian army, which Is fighting In the j railway trlatiKlo between Vllna, I.IiIh H and Vlleika 2 At any rate tho Itussian (nrces In 1 1 thlH district either must tight their 'Hay out cast ward or retire In a south ( easterly direction, for the only rail vay Ivfl entirely in Ihelr hands is tlmt 3 which runs from Vllnit to I.Ida and g thence to Iluranovltchl The army of Field Marshal Von Uln- dcuburg. which took Vllna and has reached Vlleika to the east of Vllna. Is working (n close co-opemtlon with that of Archduke I.e-ceoM of Ilaxarl.i In an effort to cutch a part of the Itus sian ami), an operation...

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. — 24 September 1915

PAGE THREE A PAGE FOR LADIES OF FASHION s Nellie Maxwell Tells A Department Devoted to the Personal Interests of Julia Bottomlcy's Latest Ideas on Inter- Natlonal Fashions of things new and delicious to tempt the Palate The Lady Friends of the Tulsa Star THE TULSA STAR T s A KcnrrotiB h.nrl Rskii mi ranaril, 11 Is. I'kp conscience rlenr. A feuat where nil bent KtfU are stored, Anil KutslH date nil rochj cheer. And with Rind wins In happy dining The hours prntnnK With IovIiik friends whose presence makes life dear RICE, IN VARIETY. Itlco la such a common dish and withal so llltlo varied thnl a few recipes which may Klvc ideas will be welcomed Slmplo rlco pud ding, using three tablccpoonruls of rlco. a quart of milk, sugar, nut meg nnd a few raisins, put Into a baking pan and baked for threo or four hours In a slow oven la a most wholesome, nour ishing dish which will bo good food for tho children and one which they like. Add a few tabtrspoonfuls of cocoa nut to a rice custard, or a c...

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. — 24 September 1915

PAGE I'OUR 1 rt IS T U L 3 a r A R THE TULSA STAR ni.tirtind Publshing CO. r'ublnhcri Kvery SafrJ.v ... .' .1 tJorth Greenwood Street. ti'.iril i. oiiliiKi nttler April II. UtS. t the Foil OSioo st TaU OkUta.xui, umlnr tho Act of March 3. 1879. A. J. HulTllmMiX, Mil. O. It tiuirrtruf J. II. hUllHIItUll, Itelt bailthclrmn, Borroa Alio PCBLuaia SOGISLT KDITOK IICID1M MiKiOIK TriTtlinp; lUpreaenUtlT () rr Kix Moata Threx Mnato bOUHCUIITION HATKh 11.00 .M .35 MEMOER NATIONAL NEQRO PRES3 ASSOCIATION. UUitK KKHULTB VOH HOME AND POKK1UN ADVKHTlHKItB The pnce 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 rce. UOOST A LITTLE BIT. Anyone almost cm he a knocker; It's easier to tear down than to build, So why not tr our best to be a booster? With pcssiiuibtft the world's already filled. You enn't expect that things will always. Miit ou; In inelnnchol judgment then ou .sit? No. lietter far to help along a little; Hetter far to ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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