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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 30 September 1916

TIIE TULSA DAILY STAK r IF THE G.O. P. ELEPHANT COULD SPEAK THE TRUTH VOTEUS of tbe u. a A. Wc, the Ilcpubllcan party, being at our wits' end and desperate, put It up to you: For nearly four years now a Demo cratic Administration has been In power. Contrary to erery law of reason, every principle of progress, the country Is at peace and alive, nay, humming with prosperity. Husl ness Is rushing. Wages are high. The only discontent Is the discontent of those mho are reaching for hU-ger chunks of plenty. We are flabbergasted. All this hn happened during a period when tli rest of the world has been ngux. ulien International crises were Impending on all sides, vthen He would hae sworn only Hepubllcan atatitnnnshlp could pull tbe nation through. No war has engulfed us. No panic has para1zed us. No notion has with Impunity continued to Infringe ' upon our rights. Wc can't deny what has been done. All we can do Is take our oath wc could have done It belter. How, we do not know. If only we s...

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 September 1916

THE TULSA DAILY STAR Qreai fiction Becomes Great Tact? Novel Makeshift Water lank Improvised to Serve Railroad Engines Em ployed during Construction of a Canadian Electric Line. NOVEL USE OF TANK CAR KEEP GOING AHEAD PAGE SIX Y - r I WW w A AH Did you ever read Twen ty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, the story about a submarine, which Jules lerue wrote forty odd years ago? The ves sel he described, "Vau hlus" is almost a counter part of the German me re ha nt sub ma ri ue, "Dcut sell laud," which came to tins country sev eral week's ago - Oil weeks tln Ci nil. in undersea limit 1 iiIhi liliiml nieupltd tin' Hut page if every newspaper In till- lllllll, tn till' cxlIiisIiui nf tlic .Mi'xIiiiii problem iinil a cotishloriiblo part of tin' Iliirn pi'iin war news. Hit Journey iiiross tin' ntoan frniii llromen. lici avoidance nf tin' Kugllsh mill 1'roMli war vessels nml Iht tlifiitrlt.nl dlsilosiire if her liloullly lit Cape Charles constituted tin- sen sation nf ii century. Mr Charles I'...

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 September 1916

THE TULSA DAILY STAR PAGE SEVEN xmmmmMMXXMMmamwmt4tmmrBn Alwaus the Thorns! BU GENEVIEVE ULMAR cCoprrliht, 11. by W. O. Chapman.) The Inst rose," announced Kdna ltrock iiinl there wan a shadow of re gret In her tone. "Oh, what n tienutyl" enthused lllnnche Heed and ndded the final trophy of the denuded bush. In tlie great bouquet Kdnn had patiently picked for her. "Why, )ou huvo hurt yourself I" Kelnu tin (I, Indeed. She w lined nnd puled slightly. The liimd Hint hud dlscngugeil the Inst rno hud lieen torn across the fingers with 11 long deep scratch. The hlood flowed reel), lillt she wrapped the disfigured liiemlicr 111 her handkerchief und Mild lightly: "Oh, Hint Is nothing I urn used to the thorns, dear." There M a deeper meunlng to the words t lut it shallow heedless lllnnche Heed knew no hltterness, hut u cer tain spirit of resignation that for the moment sent n grave expression to the comely face of the speaker. "You see, the Aid society Is very active since that handsome )oun...

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 September 1916

THE TULSA AILY STAP V $ .75 FOUR MONTHLY MAGAZINES $4js And Our Pnper All One Ycnr 3 ks3rMl? YS ray SM ? flbjijNiWowi) OUR 111 POLICY ! ' V &7 fllZSUfl B L-X-mff i How the Prcsidant Has Upheld a Small Nation's Rght to Control its Affairs. Phone 4710 ry RESISTED WAR PRESSURE Gel The Most For Your Money Send your lubjcriptlon lo our paper at once, and we will ftlve you a year subscription lo these splendid mgfcailnrs fur only 25 cents additional. The euro quarter brinfj you $1 35 worth o( stanJard nfinH, ThU offer it open lo old and new subscribers If you are already a sub eerlber lo any of these midlines, your subscription will be eilenJeJ one year from date of eiplration. This ofTer also ircludei FRER Jreu pattern When you receive your first copy of Today's, select any dress pattern you desire, send your order lo Today's Madeline, ftivin, ihera the sue and number of the pattern and they will tend it lo you free of charge. Never before has any newspaper been able lo offer nu&...

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. — 11 November 1916

1 WILSON RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT OF U. S. ft ' $ n s $ $500 1 For the Arrest and Conviction of i y embei4 of the Mob that eWara lynched Mark Foreman and "Sonnie" Powell at Nowata Sept 29 - - lwK'fv 1 V .'.' i fearless EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE -p-i w "" I -fi nii B H H H H H H k. " V H . B V H iw- DM!- I I I I V U A I U PI mlHi. WEEKLY MMli- EDITION fBHBJBBm-- WW i WW 1 SUBSCKIPTION Lint MAKES A ,. ' VALUABLE medium ron ADVERTUSWa LMEOH ADVI .. At" Official Or-nu of Hie Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, And The Knights nd Ladies cf Harmony of The World, Oklahoma Jurisdiction VOL. 5. TUTJPA. OKLA, SATlTHI)AY NOVMMBlPv 11. 1916. NO. 3 Thirtteen Democrats, Sev'n Republican Elected! REPUBLICANS WILL HELP DEMO CRATS RUN THC COUNTY. Colored Veters to a Great Extent Vote Mixed Ticket. As We Predicted The Next Count Attorney PRESI The finol returns In Tulsa county show the Republicans to hao lanilcil five of tho elRhtocn orflces. more than the Ilepubllcaus hate ctor had In this county bef...

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. — 11 November 1916

PAGE TWO THE TULSA STAR Presidential Election Will Be Settled y Smallest Majority In Many Years "VVl i i 11 i' IIB ... 111 Y'jfcdrtfci. ., H - II Xi&WH k 1,1 kll i IF vfSlM saw y ifiSlfi Charles E. J Cwrrs CO. Itches $Jk&i Kiirhanks PHESIDEiff lT" FSCE STILL IN DOUBT May Take Official Count to Finally Determine Results NEW TDK IS 0 111 REPUBLICAN And Illinois Sticks to the G. 0. P. Column Campaign Managers for Both Parties Still Confident of Final Victory New York. On the tlilrtl day after llio American pcoplo cast their presi dential ballot the result 8tHl U In doubt and tho contest between Presi dent Wilson and Charles K, Hughes has nnri')cil to a point where It may be docldcd by a few western slates. It Is within the range o( possibili ties that tho votes of national guards men on border duty might turn some of the doubtful atatos from one col umn to another. Ilased on actual returns received by The Associated Press the electoral co'Ii-ge nop pelves Hughe Hi and Wilson 23...

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. — 11 November 1916

P SAFETY FIRST TO BE SURE OF THE SAME INSURE WITH The Exchange Insurance Association (Incorporated) ' LIFE, HEALTH AND ACCIDENT. Live Acents Wanted Tulsa Agent: C. B. PAUL, Vice-President G. H. AMBROSE, President and Bus. Mgr., S. E. EDWARDS, JR., Secretary and Trea.urt. Home Office: Younkmans Red Hotol Brady Tula, Oklahoma Have your prescription filled here correctly and at right prices. We handle all kinds of Rubber Goods, Trusses, Elastic Stockings to your Measure. KODAKS AND SUPPLIES REMEMBER IT IS THE POST OFFICE DRUG STORE IN THE BRADY HOTEL 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 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. Agents Wanted Good Commission F...

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. — 11 November 1916

THE Tl LSA DAILY STAR The Tulsa Weekly Star .THE EXCHANGE GROCERYI ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE lias bought mil (jRAN I 'S SIORE mi N (jrctnugnd aril rijii.iM-il ,i BHAX(,'I i stor.e at till stand, which is i rilu.'il lv J. II. Goodwin, as- sifted by otliLi Colon U help Tlii Store will jjtAe its p.ttioni the suim-f.-ulc valueand curtcuin tieatment ;.e tiled the patrons of the Mam Store down town. We intend this Ktore ii ie a leal ;ur in idation to ti.e people rf thiseininrinit -did we want your trade TH6 EXCHANGE km -.u in-wood PHONE :(! Published by TeTK TULSA 8TAK I'UINTING AND PUBLISHING COMfAXT 1) A. J. SMITHERMAN, Editor and Publisher US North Greenwood. uxjuMinawiaiiaa MtiriaxtJinoFjrwTm ?31 a l.ti KaUre4 at the Tulsa Postaflice as Bemd CUas , SUIUICatJPTION RATlUs: m LIWMM n I Si St ft f .J.I!LW. i Jtf"Z One Year Six Months Three Mo.itln Single Copy M.50 1.00 .75 05 mm Haw ri. -7i WW . iu wma ,a. Taleekeae 921 -:-4--i- iffcrw aomts.Ti n," ftii. ;r-ziF'' fll Mi jfM - 'vMMiH! UUBU NA...

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. — 11 November 1916

J)- i r II R Tl'LSA I) Ml ST R y. ,v A ' PUCEORWARTHEISSUE . SpenklnR nt Ilnttlr Creek Jllch Sep tsmber SO, Inst, Theodore Roosevelt ' said: I "I hve been asked whst I would have done had I been President when the Lusltanla was torpedoed. "I would have Instantly taken pos. session of every German ship Interned In this country and then I would have said: 'Nov we'll discuss, not what wo will give, but what we will give back."' THAT WOULD HAVE MHVNT WAItl It would hate been a chnllcnco to the German tuition to a trial nt nnn. It would hae been a violation of ev ery principle of neutrality, and nt n time, Willi alt Kurnpc under nrr)i vvhen this country was the truslee nf and the only nation capable of uphold Inn neutral rights. The seizure Itself would lime been nn net of war, Just ns the seizure of Herman Interned ships by l'nrtuniil was regarded as nn act of war nml was followed by an Immediate dec laration of war bj Germany tijraliwt Portugal. I FoUoTiIng the name line of war talk. I...

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. — 11 November 1916

PAGE SIX THE TULSA STAR ANOTHER AMERICAN BATTLESHIP IN COMMISSION HIGH COST OF LIVING suwrSaiooL Lesson (Mr K O HHI, U:ilH, Acting Ilrctor ol Hundny School Coursa, Mood? Ulble Id Mltute, C'IiIcaro ) Copyright, ItU, Wfilfn Ntwipaptr Union LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 12 WORLD'S TCMPEflANCE 8UNDAY I.KBflON TUXT-llnmnnii 14. 11-15 1 OOUIIIN Ti'.XT-It 111 not Koil to fl Heali, nor to drink wine, nor to i!o any thine nlirrrlty tlijr brother tunilileth -Itim 14 2L Tlio pnrly Clirhtlnn clmrcli tint tc piilRlniitlltiK prolili'iiiM, lliu iUfMloii ol tlio Hulilintli tlnjH (two of Until) nnd thu iiiislliin of c.itltiK mi'nt tilTuriil to lilolx. 'I Ms Ivxoim miRKcKlH thu mlii lion of the liitlor. Our nloilcrii proli Inn of IntnilAitliiK llijtiorH In vcrj iiincli I lie sin lie ns tills miik'tit lino nl Hie curly Uinlllu Clirlnllnii I. "Let u not therefore Judne one cnothcr" (vv. IH 15) 'llivre nro ct-r lulu nils which lire uiihorwilly rtmceil it) to hi- rljtlit inn) within lliu ClirUtliiii law of liberty...

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. — 11 November 1916

4 THE TULSA STAR PAGE SEVEN 1. i : , f.T.lil.rAi74 JA!A.'iAjW i rnnnt.-3 PCH CENT. ... . . ...n -.f!.fA. AVCJClaOKMTCpar.iuuii"'"- i ?? ?t SlfllllAliniiUlClow uj t- I' Thcrctn'lVomiUniDiicjto' ii neither Oplum.MorphUic aw lIineral:NoTAiicoTiCi j . r..nAvt?r ConstlpaUonnnaDlirrhoM. nt r 1-1M 'resulUnthwfrom"'" 7-. racSimcS;jwt,et Tut Cetaih Comply- NnwTui". Exact Copy of Wrapper. fa v'ftK'jwBffyiflBifty'frtte H. M. C. A. EXTENDS ITS WORK War Has Enabled Organization to Gain a Fcothold In Doth Austria and Russia. The V. M. C. A. Ik om of tho big gest nml most i-lllclcnt religious under taking In tlio world. So practical Is tlio nature of Its work, nml so cure fully uro Its finances ndmlnlsterod by omipoti-nt business men Hint It Is eus Icr to rnlbu money for Y. M. O. A. tlinn for any other religious work. Plans for Its world-wide activities next year cull for the expenditure of S4,r00, 000. Tlio war bus enlarged Its Furo pean Held, nnd $'J,000,000 of tbo budget will bo spent there. Fr...

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. — 11 November 1916

Okmulgee C . I Wallace, 'T IIIS DIC PART ML NT will be edited and managed exclusively by C. I'. Wallace who lias cliarcc of the branch office of the Tulsa Star at Okmulgee. All news matter, advertisement and job print-' inp should be turned over to Mr. Wallace, also subscriptions for the! misa Star. T. V. Htavcns, the moderator of tho H W. ( A.- H district (UnCii.) left Sunday to vlnlt some ooo tho churches In his district. Tlif Important town lire OkimilKee, Wewoka, Holdenvllle, Clarefevv, Wetunka, Vernon, Norfolk nml Weosleky. Hit Ih also pastor at Ilnldenvillc and Olarofmv. Ills district hoard will meet nt flt, John's llatlit church wiles south of Okmulni'c lip has hern elected for his third consecutive time. Hev Dr. Jonos Iiiih returned from Little Hoc);, Ark., nft--r a ten ilays Hay, nml on his way hack hn stopped .it Musknseo and got Ida wife and rhil drill and brought them on moor to Okniulki'O with lilm. They enjoyed the trip. Itnv. Tucker, of Tulsa, passed thro our city en ...

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. — 7 April 1917

SNJi r . ' k.'. V h The Negro rEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT I ANn I JUSTICE VOL. 5 U. S. Congress Declares War on Germany WAR RESOLUTION PASSED BY CONGRESS The text of the resolution, pasacd by the senate and the house, follow; ''Whereas the imperial German government has commit ted repeated acts of war against of the United States of America; Resolved, by the senate the United States of America, state oi war between the United btates and the imperial Oermati government which, has thus been thrust upon the United States. is hereby formally declared; and hereby authorised and directed to employ the entire naval and military rorees of the United States and the resources of the government to curry on war against the imperial German govern meet; and to bring the conflict to the resources of the country areheroby pledged by the congress of the United States." Ice Man Gives "Bully" Warm Reception . -" -MIWi POLICEMAN RCCIIVftSt COOL TREATMENT! WHEW (.HE AT- TACKS NEGRO.ICEUMAN. 7'WIIt Okmulg...

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. — 7 April 1917

17 THE TULSA STAR I E Mrs. E. 0. Wilson's Husband ! Tells Story Filled With Human Interest. HAD TO SACRIFICE HOME Trlrndt and Neighbors Called and Of fered encouragement and Sympathy. HO. Ml'., Iiiiii mill money gone. A hiving husband mill n Utile daughter tearfull walling fur tin- dread kiiiiiiiimi wlil li uoulil inke itwny wife nnil inullier. Thnt. In brief, describes tho wrnf enacted one October ilny, u M-nr nun svben II o. WINi.n mnl Id lllile dnuglitcr nt In u darkened rnniii uwnll Ing Hip end they thought nciir. Tills chapter In (lie story of llio Wll non family lit one of sorrow mnl suffering pritlms hiiiI liumnii Intcre-d It ll Olli- whlill tombed the liemts nf friends mill caused them In pour out sympathy to ii Borrowing bushmiil. Klve ji'iim ngo 1! O. Wilson, his wife ml tlilM! were n luiiiy fninlly. Tin V tnnvoil lo Atlmiln from Abbeville, S (', o Mr Wilson could accept n hikIiIiiii on n newspaper. Mr. Wilson prospered nnil Hip fninllv moved Into n little liome of their o...

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. — 7 April 1917

.urnniiii r THE TULSA STAR J r vtft i a jj.femj.i jf rwtmBHjr-wdtc wi stfcssiaiSPE EDUCATION KNOWS NO COLOR THE PRESIDENT OF LANG STON UNIVERSITY IS NOT IN BUSINESS TO CUT OFF ANY EDUCATIONAL AD- .,. n A n r" VANTAGES OF THE RACE, STRONG GOLLEGEDEPARTMENT WITH THE STUDENTS GIVING THEIR ENTIRE TIME TO COL LEGIATE SUDJECT.S. HENCE HE'S NOT CONDUCTING A REGULAR WORK SHOP AN ENROLLMENT OF 539 STUDENTS, COVERING 52 COUNTIES IN THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA. !ST The Tulsa Star Traveling Man Pays a Visit to the State School and Was Astonished at the Won derful Improvements Being Made. (Dy THEO DAUGHMAN) (Special to the lulsa Star) ' "Truth ci united to earth will rise again," and the enemies of clvlllzu (Ion and education who'll root l to Hitch unreasonable method, to be smirch the koihI name of u man, whose destined to bring Ijingslon out of Its chaotic lundltlon, will, before man moons, discover the folly ot their wu). TIiIh school Is the most abused Inst! lutlon of learning in the world, and no...

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. — 7 April 1917

THE TtJLSA STAR TnCff f sraedotue so Aooto I GAOAaPAGGfSH SYNOPSIS 1 1 1 r n . r t iv r ) r tn i i i i 1 1 1 in i i 'i NiiMirti t r- pot ii l II) f III I (11 I 1 ll'IH 1 'I l -in .mi H Ii -' Kiti r i r roiilJ nit tut tin up f I if I .' IWil If ntriiKich' rr a forl r.f i llltM' t Tiim M NuvKrif in killl aiul .lTrv I aiul It. T i .i ' ft'il or tl.i( nnmlrr lit- fi iiIich ' i iiM1 ti treurUiti- iiml h Hmt. rfil i ni prllt Ix-onllm- Ik forfeit In i i i .-iaiitlHn iti ihf In Hi 'moon ' iti.Kkn hi r In it raff Hii'Mntly In m . u nifil liy a Hf-inl apitiiiiiiiiii ltu f i frin n inrYatnn from I unit .Mian tfftmptH in rM It An urtli i ikr ui rum In tin m. lifmifiii, IU il I i HM I 111 otltV slnii hii1 f a llf in pi nra In Nw York na ItonmiiofT and t IctH th hIiI of Mmlnm-rt )flmfi. I j utiriP i nnfmtitii rir lniahnn-1 in tl mitil'hnic tioux The Hhadov-v xtMr for lirr nnd ah tMapoa uhli U.t cuu-f-M-ltm Oti Iunp lytiulf foll'iHn her it nil likkiM tlif pup) from her flir ftiiftrinu iti h Navarr...

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. — 7 April 1917

THE TULSA STAR i ; "r A I i WRIGLEY'S AJSCesw aixd. TeimptiiicS Taste : The Flavor Lasts! Chew it after But, Where to Put It A new rcKUlntlon In n t'ertnln coal mine required Unit each Juan murk with clinlk the number of every enr of con! mined. Ono man named Ituilnlpli, Iimlnp filled the eleventh car, marked It ns No. 1, nixl after pondering awhile, let tt co lit Hint. Another miner, happening to notice what ho thought was 11 mlKtitko, culled Rudolph's nttentlon to the fnct that ho had marked the car No. 1 Instead of No. 11. "Yin, I know," rnlil Itndoltili, "hut I can't think which kUIo the other nn goes on." Kvcr) body's Magazine. There I No Art In Taking Medicine. Jnst follow directions on every bot tle of "I'lHntntlon" Chill Tonic nml nee how quickly those dreadful chills will leave you. It leaves the liver In healthy condition nml yet contains no Calomel. I'rlco COc Adv. Candor Is ulwu)s n Rood thing, hut there Is no room for It In ollklal war reports. According to the city chi...

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. — 7 April 1917

'i-TAj! TM1C T U l. a A a YAK TTTTtTifffi THE Tl Tl ,35? ir PAH PuMlsheSy ruu tuua nrx ruiNTiNa ANCPtrnijaiiiNa company 1U North (jienwnod ruk 111 A. J. SuniinmuN, Tnnn lUtxuiMAN H. 0. Aiirdtt, kllllllll AND I'lJIlI.I.SIIIlt I'mt h.inii Uri'iiiMiLNiAiis K AsSlHIAIK Kill mil AND HiIMINHHS Mill! kW4 ( Ik Tul I'Mtofflte m KmmJ C1m UatUr. iiliuiCuirnoN KATxxt One Vnnr Six Months Three Month RIhrIo Copy i NA I IONAL il liH ) l.ll ASSOCIATION SA TURDA Y, 1.50 1.00 .75 05 IUKK RESULTS ". llOMJI AMD rORKIQN ADVKJiTUUUU. APRIL 7 th, 1917 0 Krntory movement ijouii; mi anions our school people the efficiency of American eiluration.il institutions mhiM he uu re.isctl a hundred ier tent For the most part the situcswirs of trained and exper ienced teachers are new unseasoned students fresh from mIihoI themselves. Three jc.im in the school room, with a dailv confront lilent of its prohlems are usually required before a tcaiher can begin to gut the best out of his efforts and can meet th needs of t...

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. — 7 April 1917

THE TULSA STAR .J.iit Caver's French Dry Cleanfers Hatters and Dyers HiiJli Cliiss ricaniiifi of AIM T f'l L-MI!i SSfeV 1rS TKgm7V75StgJ Will I - iL'k'L $S . - . i rw-. y- Spring is IILIlh vc arc better prepared to do bet- tcr work and give quick service. We make a specialty of ladies' fine garments. e have installed a new machine which will enable us to turn out 23 hats pe rday-ladies' hats as well as inn's M EN. bring us your old Panamas. W will make them as new. We have the best line of Spring and Summer Samples in town. A" pc-S0Jy'10 ')lacc their orders "'tli ii before March 15th will get a $3.00 DISCOUNT on a suit. We will call for and deliver work to all parts of the city, ssuchwnmu ctaoin shrdlu cmfwyp vbgknj shrdlu ctaoni shrdlu cmfw Telephone 3132 DRESS EASTE See our beautiful Sping Coats, Coat Suits, Shirts, Waists, Silk Gowns, Teddies, Corset Covers, Smart Easter Frocks and Evening Dresses 50 Styles for Men, Women and Children 50 "Silk Petticoats of Eveiy Shade and Color ...

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. — 7 April 1917

THE TULSA STAR W LIVER. BOWELS For sick headache, bad breath, Sour Stomach and constipation. Oct n 10 cent box now No odds how bad our liver, stotnnch or bowels; how much your hcail aches, how miserable mid uncomfort nblo you nro from constipation, Indlgcs tlon, biliousness ami sluggish bowols you nluajs get tho desired results with Cnscnrcts Don't let sour stoninch, liver and lionets mako ou miserable. TaVo Cascnrcts to nlplit. put an end to tho tiondaclio, biliousness, dizziness, nerv ousness, sick, sour, gassy stomach, hackacho and all other distress; rlcanso your Insldo organs ot all tho hllo, gases and constipated matter which Is producing Urn misery. A 10 rent box means health, happi ness and n clear head for months. No mnro days of gloom and distress If you will takn n Cnsenrct now and then. All stores sell CnsenretB Don't forget tho children their llttlo In tides need a cleansing, too. Adv. No, Indeed. Kvelvti Hnve on any nec-rcls In your piiMt ? Humid None In spenk of. Adru...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
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