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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 24 September 1915

I THE TUL8A STAR PAGE FIV3 C'lKf- ) )-K-)lltmttttHHimmM)tt)HIMtl)(HMntllttlHMH Stanford Furniture Co. "THE LIBERAL CREDIT HOUSE" The Mnsonic Lodge will Irnve an Rev. Perry is doing nicely at the his members, on hit return from Chicago, who gave- him a reception School opened Monday Sopt 13 with quiie a large number of par ents in attendance. Tlio enrollment hns reached nearly 00. entertninment nt tho Methodist cliarch Thursday Scplember 2 1 tit Tabornacle Baptist churcli he Is lov etl by his people. Mri Dickson is in the city aftpr spending six weoki in Birmingham and other point' in Aln visitin rnl tie nnd friend. Rev II. T Rordus went to his church at Hrooksville last Sunday ie is doing fine thero nnd nt his oth er church at Luther also & V grail 3 M If w OR SS Aw Exclusive Line of fresh, new, snap- pv and Substantial Furniture TT y. S 22 East Second St.L.'T We Cordially Invite Your Personal Inspection And Patronage J. T. Stanford Proprietor l IMIONE5060 TULSA. OKLAHOMA .)..';...

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. — 24 September 1915

i PAGE SIX THE TULSA STAR SAFETY FIRST TO BE SURE OF THH SAME INSURE WITH The Exchange Insurance Association (Incorpiratcd) LIFE, HEALTH AND ACCIDENT. Live Agents Wanted 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. Mbmonal Home Offi:e: Muskogee, Oklahoma. UND fflOOL Lesson (Hr O r HI l.I.FUS. AnltK Pirerlnr el the 8uiii!h H Ii.xjI lours- ut the Mo-J-Illblc Inalllutr ) LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 26 HOTEL ALEXANDER New and Elegantly Fumisbc. Rooms CAFE IN CONNECTION OPEN AT ALL HOURS, SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY. When In Tulsa We Solicit Your Patronage. First Class Service. We Givo A. CARR, Proprietor. 129 N. Greenwood Tulsa, Oklahoma. North Louisiana Oil Field The best in the south where fortunes are made in oil every twenty-four hours. Nine Oil Wells Owned by Negroa Oil Production, 30,000 barrels daily. Developments and Production constantly increasing. Bu...

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. — 24 September 1915

PAGE SEVEN ' THE TULSA STAR II " I Uuti mwm nuns W nM " II Hll III W eau I MOWMI 9MWJ J The term "Negro," or "colored peo ple," has no dcflnlto meaning. Neith er discloses nationality. These terms have no placo In tho science of an thropology. Hut their persistent use with reference to persons of African descent Invites attention. The white man tried to make a bruto out of the black man. To this end the slave power put tho cause of slavery In the slave himself. "Tho cause, dear Hrutus, that we are underlings. Is not In our stars hut In ourselves." Ev er) thing was done to destroy the na tionality and hinder the growth of In dividuality In the captive African. Ho was called "Negro" to characterize his kind and condition. Tho word "Ne Kro" then became tho trade mark of slavery. It Is now a term of contempt. It Is so written and Bpoken. This op probrious epithet should have been ta ken away with the bondage and not allowed to remain the deadly weapon of tho sycophant and the exploiter....

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. — 24 September 1915

"f THE TULSA STAR PGE EIGHT mm & mmmmsmmi3msmm & mmmMMMmmmMWSm fe ms& I Now For The Great Final Disposition fo The Bankrupt HARLOW BROKERAGE STOCK Todav opens the final windup of the Harlow Brokerage Bankrupt Stockevery artical in the Store has met its final slash in price. Such astounding low prices have never been made or ever will be quoted again in Tulsa. These few prices will convey some idea Of the thousands of Opportunities for saving that await you this week. 500 pair of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. Values up to $3.50 per pair. Go in lot for the final slash at, pair $1.48 2,1 00 yards of Wash Goods. The final clean up of the entire stock. Values up to 25c per yaul. Kinal slash price, per yard 9c 2,000 vards of School Dress Ginghams. All this Fall's shades. Final slash price, per yard 9C ..000 yards of Outing Flannels. All shades and white, values up to 15c yard, final slash price, per yard 8 1-2C 500 I luck Towels, sizes 18x36. A regular 15c value. Fina...

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. — 1 October 1915

s S Show Home Pride by Spending Your Money at Home! it a) . otm SUMCHlmOM LIST MAKES A VAJL0AJ1LX UTDTUM rOK ADVtnTHWO TEARLESS FrBris?"f"r OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE -- n 1 1 I kft A-I-U:iq '- 'S&z0'J0hfAt - " l i i 4 i f Vol 3, No 46 Death Toll Heavy in Ardmore's Catastrophe More Than Score of Colored Dead, and Many Injured The explosion of a ralroad gasoline tank at Ardmore late Monday after noon completely wrecked the town and killed more than fifty people and wounded hundreds of others. Every building within two blocks of the fatal car was demolished and It is said many bodies are etlll pinned under the debris. The accident was caused by a leak ing gasoline tank. Workmen were busy repairing the leak when a spark from a hammer Ignited the escaping fumes-resulting in the terrible explo sion. Flames of fire shot out In all directions and In a little while the entire business district was a mass of smoke and ruins. Women and chil dren were caught under the falling walls like rats and...

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. — 1 October 1915

PAGE TWO THE TULSA STAR 1 TERRAZAS ERCAPES AT LAST I Home Undertaking Co. No. 2 Open Day and Night FIFTY LIVES ARE LOST f E E AI LASI WESTERN WHEN El AN EXPLODES AI AMI AM Terrible Scenes Are Enacted When Business District Is Wrecked by Terrific Explosion of 250 Barrels of Gasoline DAMAGE TO PROPERTY REACHES HALF M1LU0K Sante Fe Depot Burned and Many Busi ness Houses Are Wrecked. Thou sands of Window Glass Broken and Scores of People more or Less Seriously Injured IDENTIFIED DEAD is almot n total wreck From the WHITE I Santa Fe freight station to the Whit M B. Atkins drayman. Calls tKIOn hotel every building, Includ Johnso. Mto.Robln.on Milton Ta. , hfl IVnnlnMon y,MfnW , lor J R Wood l A Gould. Hen . . , . . . . . rv Stm.. Shorty Twvford Jo Gully b,ou";;. ,'" k Th! w"" ,de ' Sam SUUko. E J Cox. Charles ,h WhlUrngton hotel n wrecked Smith Ira Wood workman on gas trom t0P "" 1 the first floor tun task that exploded , 0n '" opposite Hide of the street the NEGROES ( wreckage was almost...

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. — 1 October 1915

Kl t" M THE TULSA STAR PAGE THREK A PAGE FOR LADIES OF FASHION Nellie Maxwell Tells of things new and delicious to tempt tnc palate The Lady Friends fcKTOE kz&&rK tatattp'cI i . f m-iOj m m m i i - G- i - t rfT.rTm r .. . f . . . - -i .-.,. . fTi ..- If yoti cannot el to metr all tha mtnte of your soul. Then let Um heavenly harmony your dally life control Until from out the dliconJ of Itfe'i bitterness and pain Sweet symphonies shall rise nor our life-suns ha tn vain -Alice Dunlap SOME QUICK DESSERTS. Toast crackers nnJ put a spoonful of Jelly or Jam on each Whip cream. flavor with vanilla nml heap on the Jelly. Sprln klu with grated cocoa nut or chopped nuts It whipped cream Is not available. Cracker Shortcake. Open a can of pcachos or any canned fruit, pour Cp&CJ oil the sirup and boll It up with sugar to make- a rich sauce, flutter crack era placo the p'aches on them, sprln klo with sugar and put another crack t on top Put Into tho oven long enough to heat throurh and...

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. — 1 October 1915

A02 ?OCX AY.1 '- 1 i 3 ? A 2. THE TULsA 5TAS Jess Willard Will Show How it was Done THE HTDRESSER Kr Lawwa tas rawed ? W 5 btAer to 13 Wi Brudr St ias sk -:sd fro" -fs Vl sta a a:?e .: :i is" $. Haa T ktad. See vdi be pfeMed to ce ad rf her friend at bsr Xr SttK e. 3 W. cBm&y Tuisz. Oklz. The Star Cleaning Parlor -titC t,wt k- unit ' 4tm I wi ii 0ft tJitMi, -wm (an :r- r? Sfortft i PJ Jtt . BVt f.i rusaua ZZch i i uriiiu) 4t . . I -v aitc- rtsuratir axrtiKKk lj-' ?r x-1 ai pH$ 'ffifljp -f P '. .f.S IM i. t Tt jsnet v saw yitw Slii ?. mx iwacnpucs aaa cmk&s a If Twefac xfcfr THE PLSA&AJ T IUILZ. i i-rr- - -au.t 10- t tr-r. Yr""""I.K. lmpnir 53rf. ' ' srsijfct fee M4 heezeeflct); . , . :'. K get ilnt. - rii raalt a4 fife, MI.',J !l 'fclv v. ;.Jeai - - rjls. - "V- m'Jtt. A b 1 i 'vagfe s;ie, i - -' - -' trvvMe.. u, -try ear a-... trtfe; -- - ftjr- n .er came "rif the .?,. .xiie, ' Z 'jtUtti t iv xJ. a yte4-- .;le .- .i bat '- ''Sftter mm; - ,rri thi- : ay. '"rr.1 KtiK a '. ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 1 October 1915

THE TULSA STAR mzFvv"i - FAQS FIVR V" l.. ,'f Stanford Furniture Co. "THE LIBERAL CREDIT HOUSE" Spepial Prices to Early Buyers This Week PARTISANSHIP. Parti f i 1. ia $1 afriu.-3f- HEATERS DOWN A WEEK $1 B-iv Early and (,ii Your Pick PHONE 5060 White Woman Lived in 22 East Second St. I ' I J. T. Stanford, Proprietor TULSA, OKLAHOMA IMIMMMt ttlUMIOII ,.t t -s-S-6.-t Notice to Baptists ltivlup mn lo a U'KHiin itc .n'lio-ion to nartv. or it mav siniil W .in asMciainui mt seln-h v.n,ls Thin latter artinnpliip maj licmnic the banc of iiatn-n.il cmMciicc. a it is organized to prate of principle while it is grahliiiij: the spn-ls. As one writer puts it, Mich parti-ans jro "buiiml together lv the cohesive power of public plunder." This pcrertel partisanship hernia its greatest efforts to the control of political situations through organizations masking under the names of social or moral associations. I'mler a plea of morality, or reform, they seek to gain office or power, regardless of the ...

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. — 1 October 1915

PAGE SIX THE TULSA STAR 1 WAS MISERABLE COULDN'T STAND Testifies She Wns Restored lo Health by Lydia E. Pinhham's Vegetable Compound. I,n.cknvnnna, N After n first child '"is l)Orn I felt ly miserable ami could not stard on my f 1 1 My -uter- in law wihi il m- to ' try I jiiia I. I'lnk- hnm's i c; t h b le ( impound and my m r cs bet ami firm, Hirti'i good, step i listn, nnd I lout (lint weak, tiret! fi ling llmt win mc j"irri ago ami t lmv had three lino healthy children since I'or female trou bles I hlwnys taint I.ydin, I'. I'liiKlmin'i Vcfrt'tnblo Compound ami it works liku achann I ilo nil my own work "-Mm. A I' KlH'AMI.Jt, 1571 i:iictnc Avenue, Lackawanna, N. V 'I ho Miriest of I.ydm I'. Pinkham'i Vciretablo ( ompountl, made from root! mill herbs, ii unparalleled It may Imi used with perfect confidence Iiy women vho sulTcr from tliiplncomonts, Inllam inBtion,tilccTnUnn,tiimors,lrrogulantioi, periodic point, backache, hearing-down fcclmK.flnttilency.lndisestlori.dizzinets, tr ne...

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. — 1 October 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAGE SEVEN IHSE CROWD AT F OPENING INDICATIONS ARE FOR M037 SUCCESSFUL SHOW EVER HELD. BIG INCREASE IN EXHIBITS Agricultural Hall Durstlng With Won derful Crop Exhibits Tractor Show a New Feature of Great Interest. Oklahoma City. Truo to all predic tions and expectations, tlio ninth an nual Oklahoma Stale Kalr and Kxposl Hon opened nt Oklahoma City lal Saturday, and entertained ono of tin largest crowds In the history of the fair, on any ono day. A marked Increase In exhibits was noticablo In all departments but par ticularly so In the live stock, county exhibits, and educational departments. Cattle, horses and swine from all sec tions of the nest filled every available stall and pen. Kvcry Inch of Agricul tural Hall, housing the county exhib its, Is filled with farm products ot Oklahoma. It Is n wonderful display and exceeds all records for separate exhibits thirty-seven counties aro rep resented. In the educational depart ment the state schools aro well repre sented...

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. — 1 October 1915

?$& j&. msij'im j&k mmmts -j& $$&& & What it Takes to Please z You IN JOB PRINTING WE HAVE IT! i?PEr."IA F- A'lTf.VTI'A" '-IVEXTT) ? 3 & s u - a ! " 1 -1 f J J i I s s i MAIL 31. - 1L"!L !k.3! S''-S" -3" s -r BglSCg SKayy ORD R 1 A e cn rtricro i vur worJfc S bv Parcel Posi in oar dav if atfcessarT Tf- i.- .'i- turn.: b ? a ::. trr - Ir-mr- h - bat- .ar bra 31 Mja ton. Mrxnxter . "iHrat'- fc''j?s.SHHSMffl3t jBiteg,il.afljf '5Blfe'"?-"SiffBffjBH business! & PtiOSEOR WRITE 'ffiWfiWer nHIBBIHs Se9ES9HS39iHj9BP f"T.w- ,- -,, -A ,rA -. -fl IV r :o fic r-r-T. Color work 1 Ou'.facbbv. & A Sp cialty in our Line SATISFACTION currante i D. e 9uLsa 3tar Printing and Publishing ompani(. s P NOSE 931. fk 55 ibV, Ureeritbood. lal&. Ohizh & Br - v- m. i w.t c j j i Jilt r i 7 WOODEN M-c- H-aie Hardware P Vflev Ne- nmrAi ' - mww ffJJf- "V"Cr OO " " r - .7" -!T- 'r' i.J, .UtUI&l - ! anru t oKMrnmn ianm rial JaaMBi a-, ,,, , t :-S uM h & Ml w ,-...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 8 October 1915

Show Home Pride by Spending Your Money at Home! m 1W inrjr: Tl WL M EJH LS v ocn TEARLESS l - sunscKirnoM EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE LIST MAKES A VALOAtJLZ Lwtnr MTDtUM rOR ASVZKTlSnKj :? IB (V HI jBa I Wg II I ff 1 lI ZsJWM TC Vol. 3, Mo 47 Chief Sam Returns Wi PLAN TO TRAN8PORT OKLAHOMA NEf.ROES TO AFRICA PROVES DISMAL FAILURE. New York. Oct r. With thi arriv al hero tonight of tlio steamer Norse rann from Liverpool w tth eighteen Americans on board, forming what wns loft of tho crew of the Ilrltlsh steamer I.Iberia, a dramatic chapter was written Into a colonization scheme, beaded by Alfred Chnrlrs Sam. said lo be chief of an African tribe, to transport negroes from Texns and Oklahoma to the west coast of Africa The capture by the Ilrltlsh authorities of the colonization ship and tho subsequent chasing of the crew by a German submarlno were nmnng the ndventurcs of tho Liberia's sailors. Tho project as described by Sam was to cnnblc negroes to go to West fricn, Join In a colony...

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. — 8 October 1915

THE TULSA STAR PAGE TWO ALU FOR IE A REAL OFFENSIVE 8USTANro ATTACK IN THE WEST DRIVES BACK GER MAN LINES. TEUTONS LOSE 120,000 MEH Von Mmdenberg Still a Lone, Way From Dvlrttk and Making Slow Progrest Turk Defeated in Mesopotamia. Ifi I It r ' T n ' 1' t.l ' t' I f o" tl tl ' IT r 1 in r t' 1 f ' n n Th treat trimKle on the i from t'n- r-i'wM it-" If 'tear- tattle fur I na. In ln f nine miles north et of Arras piure of thih to- i'h II" rallwav I una; Into HURRICANE SWEEPS CUAST NEW ORLEANS AND DCLTA COUN TRY SUFFERS GREAT LOSS While Death List Grows Hourly As Bodies Are Taken From the Mass of Wreckage I i "Unit I north ani .1 hlRh he Pr ti on II 'n 8oi i"irt f i t N Orleans Reports from scat Irrt'l sections of the hurricane area in l,oulnan.i and the Mississippi Ulf 'niht .i rp ten known dead, Iu6 re ported dead and 113 missing Hun Ireds of persons along the Mississippi md Interior point are marooned In flooded section" Relief vessels have been sent to alt them It la belleted that ...

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. — 8 October 1915

PAGE THRER Home Undertaking Co. No. 21 Open Dny and Night Remember us in your sorrow. H. W. RAGDALES, Mtfr PHONE 4280 1 14 N. Glcenwootl Tulsa, Oklahoma A PAGE FOR LADIES OF FASHION Nellie Maxwell Tells A Department Devoted to the Personal Interests of Julia Bottomlcy's Latest Ideas on Intcr- Natlonal Fashions of things new. and delicious to tempt the Palate The Lady Friends of the Tulsa Star THE TULSA STAR Hume children ronm tfm fluid hiiJ hi IH. Arrf otlnrn work In noly mill bum dress In silks, and tlatu c and pl. While nthem drudge thrlr Uvr nwny Some rIow with lied It h und bound with ton k, And Hume mut nuffer nil day lone WAYS WITH CHOCOLATE Cliocolato Is such n general favorite mIIIi everyone Hint any dln or com Lliiotion using It will nut cunio umlBn Chocolate Pie. Take n pint of milk, a iuiicIi of salt and a half a cui fill of butter put on to boll, add a half cupful of Krntid cliocolato, a halt cupful of BURar, well mixed with a quarter of a cupful of Hour, cook until smoo...

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. — 8 October 1915

PAGE FOUR 1 iU TULSi a f A X THE TULSA STAR .';. ltrpid Publthing CO. jolune-i Every t'itird.y f " ' .orth Greenwood street !. dr ! ifl ff W.rei I. W: M 0 B BmrsTna." ; H fwnvitxji. iktrt hsitlilKit. (II MmU tor-rot 140 PrtujHix S0CIIL7 KWTC I Tritsliar RpfeBU' , The. Royal Cleaners the hat dresser HatterS and J VerS I Mr Lawon has moved from S07 S. Bolder to 13 Wee x- . , , r., , Radv St. She has just returned from New York with large , u Aortn umatti Mreet, 1 ula, Ok.a. .Stockofgood., Haw of all kinds. Sh,. will S n1eased to see all of her friends at her New Store lulsa, Unla. SCKMWtlTKM RATffc vtMBtd 4 NATIONAL NE3R0 PRESS ASSOCIATION. riCKt HKfsl'LTb KOll HMt AM. PO EION ADVKHTIhEkrt Tht price of this paper is S1.00 per yew. If you like it send us your subscription nd help us to continue our work for the race SPECIAL SESSION. MUCH IS HEIXj .SAII) about .ov itUam callm a -pccial -I n of the legislature for the purple of legislating the ck'r" 'A Ins right to vote There may be in f...

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. — 8 October 1915

V f ' WtfiT T UK T II 1. S A S T A K PAQB FIVR )Mmttu;i'iiM)iMniiiiiiiunHttn iM6tt(ntiniMiiMittttttm Stanford Furniture Co. "THE LIBERAL CREDIT MOUSE'1 Spepial Prices to Early Buyers 7 'his Week Mm Wis, II Marah who is toichlnir .it tlii Kemp oluv.l Diitrlrt number 22 is getting ilnng iilt-t'l. ltli her school work ntl rcprcsnta good attendance Him h enrolled mi aoragtj o( alt) ilaljl attendants grided from primer to eight grade ?imKbW ' aYaBaTflflaBTavaVakk ' ' MAiM3iflM hD $1 HEATERS DOWN A WEEK $1 Bu Harlv and Get Your Pick 22 East Second St. PHONE 5060 J. T. Stanford, Proprietor FITLSA, OKLAHOMA t c-c Mini. W K Wllllims ami Kallu llrouii pissed through t wn Hiturilitv onroiit to their schools Miss Williams In teach ing In tho Childress settlement mill Mis Ilrown h teaching near Itiilliinl Mlii l.fin Williams of Wnummr anil two llttlci girls am visiting Ikt sister in law Mrs (' V, lliiolmiian till. week Mrs C. V Itiiclmnitii I", on tliti sick lint HiIh week liii N'ettio I''. I'nr...

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. — 8 October 1915

PAGE SIX THE TULSA STAR IN STERLING LIVES A GIRL Who Suffered Aa Many GirU Do TelU How She Found Relief. BUrtl-ff, Coon. "I am a Rtrl of 22 yean and I used t-j f.rt everr month and u very Weak. I TU SUO bothered a lot with ffrr, weakness, I read jour litt.e book a n ijoih lot f?w yiV mm,' and I H bow ' V' others had been i-j --j he 'pea by uvula E. nrf t??uiy I'mi-ham's Vegeta- oie loropcaiKa. uu decided to try it, al it has made me feel like a new $jitl and I am now relieved of all theae trouble. I hope all young p-rls will Ret, relief as I have. I never felt better in my life." Mrs. JotBt TeTRKAULT, Box lie, Sterling. Coon. Uisseoa, N. Y " I have taken I.y dia E I'inkham's Vegetable Compound tii 1 1 highly recommend It. If anyone want to write to roe 1 will gladly tell 1 r about my case, I waa certainly In n t i condition as my blood wu all torn-I- to water. I had pimples on my face a ! a bad color, and for five yean I bad trouMcd with suppression. The ' , in caded it 'Anemia and ...

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. — 8 October 1915

V T II K TULSA STAR PAGE SEVEN :h f TWELVE YEARS OF FAILING HEALTH Brought to Happy End. Says the People in Three Counties Know What Cardui Did For Her. WcaTervllIf, N C Mrs Abbai ill Hampton, of this place, sa that about 12 jcara ago she began to tako Cardui after having been In falling health fot 12 yiurs, during which tlmo the had to tako to her bed four days out of each month, and suffered agony; that Inn doctors told her she must have fe male troublo and gao her medicine which did her no good and finally In sisted on her going to tbo hospital for treatment. Sho goes on to say "I nm a large vioman, and my ordinary w light, MO pounds, went down to 135 1 got so bad I Just dragged around and could pcarccly sit up . . , My neighbors all thought I was going to die and oula ray I couldn't lho long My little daughter thought the B.uno . . . My lniflmml and friends urged me to try Cardui, and ho bought me some of It. I began feeling better as toon as 1 began taking It, and 1 steadily Im...

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. — 8 October 1915

THE TULSA STAR r GE EIGHT SSSS8g8S8 iBgfe irf iMfe SSSSi SBS8S8 SSW t it Takes to Please You IN JOB PRINTING WE HAVE IT! SPECI A I a A TT K-NTION GH VEKT TO Wha MAIL fjj HfraiPiJlEliailllMSteilSirRaiPlEOS aiysiEjiiiiair 0RD3R BUSINESS! We can return b) Parcel Post in one clay Business Cards, Letter. leads, Envelopes, Statement Heads DodgeiS Hand Hills, Program, Invat.itions Fraten al Blanks, Repots, Wedding St.itionery, Funeral Notices, Birth A.inouncenicnts blotters, Madges, Claim Checks and Minutes Notices Your work! ll ilf-1lr tllrilfrTilfrrill nllnif rairSllrsllfnllllfriirciWmWci lltnlfcnfiilfriiirralfrallmllral Ifr-illrTlfi it necessary , iDJ fel iltMMMlMMisileMlMJfajgj Give usa trial and we will do the rest. Color work Our hobby. I A Specialty in our Line SRTISFMCTION GURRMNTEED. PHONE OR WRITE PHONE 931. g lr 9he fful&a Star Printing and Publishing ompani(. ftllSNGreenlfoGod. i 1 ulsa, Oklahoma. I - - - w - - , . , HIGH EXPLOSIVES IN WARFARE mmm smmwe ibsssss&sk r wm ...

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