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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 7 April 1917

THE TULSA STAR Mr leSkeftnIa(low Pi c,gandall?arrisK S AUTHOR OF "BEYOND THE FRONTIER," "MAID OF THE FOREST." "MY LADY OF THE NORTH," ETC Noviuitu rioti tMt moromtr stiui or tut vuii iwit l OK0 I iUTl. CCtftOMT iifcTbnhaMJ,HI SYNOPSIS. Adventurous Jerry Carton rmbtirks In mMTt.li of hidden treasure with the promise of Ix-ontino Walcutt to to his wlfu on hi return. Her father, favors f-Vbastlun Naxnrre Jerrys hhtp U burn til, lit li r'torteii lost Hcuustlun presses Ills attention. Jtrry suOUt nly turns up to cotitro'it churtej of the Navurre nKalnst him In h struggle for a forged liafer DleKo Navarre la killed and Jerry is .onlcted of tliu murder IIo esiapts, And llnds the treasure und u uintiVtful i he in leal pellet I -pontine Is forced to marry Kebastlan On the lnm) moon he attacks her In a rage guthhiily he Is confronted by n weird npparttlnn Hhv -nRar forces a tonfesslon from lxule Sbiutlun attempts to k t It An earth quake occurs. In the ex Itrnirnt, Hed Hnn stc-ils the confess...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 7 April 1917

THE TULSA STAR R. S. GILLESPIE, Prop. .Phone Walnut 6710 Keystone Hotel and Cafe Tlic Finest and Classiest Service in the Southwest. Brilliantly Lighted. New Management. Remodeled Light, Airy Rooms with All Modern Conveniences. Music While You Eat. Special Service for Special Parties. HEADQUARTERS FOR THE BEST PEOPLE. OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. Phone 4710. Lady in Attendance. Jackson-Brown Undertaking Company OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. One Price to All Why Pay More? " Terms Reasonable. G07 E. ARCHER ST. TULSA, OKLA. HOTEL GIVENS QUIET AS A MOUSE. SAFE AS A BANK. BRING YOUR FAMILY. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Givens THE JEWELERS. 22f)-jj6' i Elgin. Phone 2 1 37. Muskogee, Okla. Or. M. &. Whitby 315. E. Second St. Oklahoma City, Okla. DENTIST. Specialty of Gold Crowns. Bridges, Plates and Repairs. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. -.: When you are in SAPULPA remember The Kingkade Hotel MEALS SERVED FAMILY STYLE. SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS. Two Blocks from Depot. Train Stops 25 Minutes for Dinner. NICE MODERN ROOMS. ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 7 April 1917

THE TULSA;. .STAR HI LOOK AT . CHILD'S TONGUE if cross, feverish, constipated, give "California Syrup of Figs." A laxative today saves n sick chllil tomorrow. Children sllnply will nut tnke the time from piny to empty tlielr "bowels, which become clogged up with waste, liver gets sluggish; stomach our, I,ook nt the tongue, mother! If eont pd, or oir child Is listless, cross, fev erish, tirnith hud, restless, doesn't eat Inurtlly, full of colli or 1ms sore throat ir nny other ehllilren's iillment, give n tenpontiful of "California Sjrup ft Pigs," then don't worrj, because It Is perfectly linniileim, mill In n few hours Jill this constipation poison, sour hlle ami fermenting waste will gently move out of the bowels, nml jou lmo i well, plajful chllil nguln. A tlior ough "Inside cleansing" Is ofttlmes nil that Is necessary. It should he the Orst trentment given In nny sickness. Vovvnro of rounterfelt Ilg sjrupx. Ask nt tho store for n M cent bottle of "California, Sjrup of Pigs," which...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 7 April 1917

'T.rt'A ''TULSA star 1M 'i i 'f ib ' f mi i Ami:.aBZmmmmmrrs ' 'iilij. u li ji..ui iinu.jat LATIMER COUNTY TEACHERS NORMAL INSTITUTE The Latimer County Normal li. Rtttute tot Colored Teachers win op en t Wllburton, Okln, on Juno i, and clone on June 3d, 1917 An mu tatlon Is hereby extended to ttiicliir In all aectlon of Oklahoma as well Bit teachers in other slates who want t onio to this state tor sihiml work ti II and wlntir. Affiliation with n i i nnd nearby counties Is de- in i ia i io management 01 nun ni f l 8'l ' t I ( I Inn I. fli, il ai i r I fu (i in (i i ti ii I I i i I I' i li 3 ' i i I i ' I i I i I. ii I I I I I li " I il r il are now being put id. V will IHKhly . i 1 1 mu matriculation and at '.. ii iho term. W will do i m make )our Htny In Wit i I ih .li anant Bnd profitable ,11 ii aim (ii to gin' the tcach ! i ioii -tlnnal Instruction and i inn Io do mm i' and bel li mi mankind The con i I nni' or the moRt popular in mi il men or bin nice In the i it I il ia IIiIh w...

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. — 22 December 1917

rrC- r I It is Your Duty to Help Make (Somebody Happy This Christmas ! E TULSA STAR i, v. W ' Ui llfr - TH i mm . VOL. G Would 0. S. General Gives New Hope to Colored People OPPORTUNITY HbRE TO ESTAD-1 i mu.ntrp eivi rcucsai r i - RAI I rtll A- ISAMCAC rtTU KANSAS CITY. Deco 19. Th greatest opportunity since the eman cipation proclamation now In knock ing at tho door of tho negro race Tlio opportunity to demonstrate their high standard of citizenship, patriotism ninl most potential, their deservnnco of i equality with lal human races has for their country. Is the Interest of tho come. This, with tho unfailing love negro rnco In the establishment nf democracy and the world war, accord ing to Ma, Oen. C. C. Ballou, com mandant of tho Ninety-second division (negro), U. S. A. Speaking before an audience of more than two thousand in tho audi torlum of th Lincoln high school hero recently tho major general said: "Jly ulterior irottve In coming before the negroes of Kansas City Is to win t...

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. — 22 December 1917

imr- .... THE. TULSA STAR '! m.i.. a. ii .'.i '. ' Jnfaftk. 1 HIbbbbbbbbbbT 'tXmm - ;i1 "Wx-W . tf.X 'J y THE TULSA STAR Printed weekly by the Tula Star Printing nj Publishing Co. at IIS N. urcenwooa. A. J. Smltherman, Editor and Publisher. J. H Smltherman, City Editor. One Year .. 6lx Mantha .. Three Monthe ....... Subscription nates Dy Mall .60 1.00 .. .40 Entered at second dais mall matter at the Tulaa, Okla poet office. SA TURD A Y Dec. 21, 1917 If you should happen to see or hear of a Christmas edition of any Coloiecl iH!Winier in tint countTy, Unit surpasses the Star, kindly wire us lit our uxpuimo. wo wnni 10 in: ii. MEETINQ IN8UUT8 MUSKOGEE READY TO WELCOME TEACHERS MUSKOOKi:. Okla.. Dec. 21, I'll 7 Tho coming of the Negro .Slutn 'IVa cliers' Association liero m-xi week will lio one of tho big fhiiiK of the year. Klaboruto preparntlonx haw heon mad for tlin reception ami enlertalninont of tho tencherx and lsltors under the auspices of .Mrs. 1,. ('. Clark, presi dent of tho 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. — 22 December 1917

&'-' Vj'Tfe'V-'"" a-,-f . . rVl' "-! -. M, ?,&.' i -ff 'r ; :Tt?, V. THE TULSA STAR "; :' ""Tra Mii M--riri-fc"nf, r fiWiTrin ima i h fw- m 3&c3FWkZ rWtilP j? S5-iwsw i . I Special Bargains forfToday and Monday Lindsey Gets Decinion Over Williams at COVER D' ALE' The Popular-Price Store There is yet Time to do Your CHRISTMAS SHOPPING KUiOCaUEMM 7 1 UN H aH aaaV aaaa, 'A, aaV Our large stock includes nioileU for street, moterinn and dressy wear. Mostly in straight line effects, th quite a few show decided military tendencies; fitted with big collars, pockets, belts; made up in Scotch mixtures, broadcloths, ve lours, burclla, vicuna, etc., in the wanted colors; in a wide range of prices. NOTE THESE SPECIAL PRICES $49.85 $32.50 Regular $35 Coats rt''j rA Re8U.!rr.!?.. , $20.45 Regular $75 Coats at Regular $45 Coats at Regular $25 and $27.50 Coats at $19.85 Most Popular Garment in a Woman's Wardrobe So it behoves you to select your suit with a great deal of care and make sur...

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. — 22 December 1917

i 1 VI l THE TULSA STAR I- .. r$fe J. 0. Howlttof Fawneo was In tli otjr on Imsintm YcntinUr. tr Mn. I,uc1Im TravU, wife of t.Icut. T II. Trayln, left Wndnemliy for Clillllcn tr, Ohio, nliern aha will Join her liu bind 111 Uainp Klirmn. I.ltmt. Jckaoti Hcnltherxni of Camp Kunaton, la on a warks furlo. (I. (flrrormmo) llnrrls who una III for Bovornl week nt tlu liotne of lili ulster on North KIkIii In now romper atliiK nt IiIh homo In Loulalnnn, ulu-rn lio wan went week lioforo nat by hla slater. MrH. .losalo Murphy, wlfo of 1'han Murphy, laloly of Oinnlui, now llvlnir In Tulwi, left lat week tn apnnil Chrlslmn.H week with lier iiuronU In lleiilosvllle. Kxtennlvc prepnrntlona nro beliiK mail by nit tho churrhen for tho ClirlntimiA hotlilnyn. Tho Ktophnnt Trunk fnctlry on H Mnln Street la tho boat plnco In town tn net your hand Ihiks, suit rnsot, arid other klnilH of leather rooiIb, or to hnvo your olil canes or trutikH ro paired. Itoml their odd In thin In due. (- Mln Julia I). (irar...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 January 1918

V a. Your Future Depends on the Use Made of Present Opportunities ! r Nwvv - ODR ' - TEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT SUBSCRIPTlttK c LIST MABCS A I T VALUABLE anfi MCDIUM I UK i JUSTICE , Auvcnnsixa ? 11 V i-ri-13- i i ji - i fc n 0?:fWii iJgss y- ' -V V VOL. 0 Boley Couple silver wedd1nh of a holey hanker phones dazzlino social event in col- )lli:i) METHOPLIS Uoloy. Okla , Jan. 15. New Yeats Day, in Boloy, was the occasion of tho 25th wedding nnnlversary of Mr and Mrs. F U. Jones, who were happily married in Mlildleport. Ohio, January 1, 1893 Mr. Jones Is assistant cashier In the Farmers & Merchants Dank of Holey, and Mrs Joilos Is Instructor of music in the C. M E College, and also has a largo class of students on the outside Several Invitations were Isseud and fully ono hundred responded during tho hours, from 3 p. m until 9 p. m Tho day was ideal. The sky was clear and tho sun constant. Tho affair was given at the resl- denco of Mr. and Mrs Jones at tholr home on Cedar street, a ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 January 1918

THE TULSA STAR THE TULSA STAR Printed weekly by the Tulia 8Ur Printing and Publlthlng Co. at 116 N. Qreenwood. A. J. Gmltherman, Editor and Publisher. II. II. Graham, Aasoclato IMItor 8ubtcrlptlon Ratea Dy Mall One Year . ., - 1.60 Six Mentha 1.00 Three Monthe W Entered at aecond clan mall matter at the Tulia, Okla., poet office. Holp to mako Tulsa a good placo to llvo lu by first living the right kind tit it Hfo yoursolf. Now Hint tho government Insists that ovory nblo bodied man must work, go to wnr or ko to Jnll It may mean that Tulaa will got rid of scoros -i Its Idle, worthless mid "no means of Bupport" gentlemen of leisure Thoro scorns to bo an opinion prevalent among somo of our editors that tho familiar "Jim Crow" cars on southern railroads will disappear now that tho government litis assumed control of tho rnllronils. Hut In view of tho fact that the principles of "Jim Crow Ism" is practiced by tho government In deullng with our soldiers, In tho white houso and olsowhoro lu...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 January 1918

TBI TULSA 8TAK P PHONE 4710 January Riddance Sale OF ALL WINTER GOODS JACKSON Xlndertakiug Hompami One Price to All Why Pay Morcj OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Terms Reasonable. 007 E. ARCHER ST. at the Popular Price Store f "1 ALL READY-TO-WEAR AT ABOUT ONE-HALF PRICE. We call this a Riddance Sale because it is more decisive than a Clearance Sale. Each item of winter merchandise has been slated emphatically for Riddance because Spring Goods are a reiving and nothing is carried over from season to season in this store. Act Quickly Now is the time to select that New Suit, Co at or Dress you have been wanting. Brand new outer gar ments at price reductions that are simply astounding. Here is your opportunity to save. Choose from over GOO stylish Coats, Suits and Dresses. This Sale begins Today and Continues all Next Week RIDDANCE IN MILLINERY SECTION. New arrivals this week of the latest Vogue Hats, Bussle Hats, Satin and Crepe Combinations, Straw and Felt Combinations, shown in all the latest sh...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 19 January 1918

THE TULSA STA rV ' v V k w r'-.M..aaTfaallA.l E?J; Sapulpn News Qoig to Buil(j fl HOME? Mian Minnie Cox was ncliloiitally shot Holiday afternoon nmt opuratcd on Mrindny nlitst by l)r Watson, Waynes anil Jarkaun. Tim vvoiiml, dangerem doing hlcnlr unilor Dr. Wntann. I I j. 'h- r to Mr It 1 (10 . n Oil A (In i.ms is C it J smitlierinnn r ini ntltiB tlii Mill i I u liMil(iinrter nt , Mr II T Huttoti wan taken xerl ouIy III n few days ago, and It la feared that ho has pneumonia. Not withstanding, ho li still the Jolly. good-fellow wlilrli won for hlra from ip ITS ANYTHING IN THE lila many frlenda the sobriquet , "-"''"y 1Iultn ' f CARPENTRY LINE, SEE The I'rlacllln Art Cluli met laat I'rlilay with Mlaa Cleo Clarl: The ludloii il oo I iled that their energy Jimt, now ttnuld ha bent toward knitting for the Iteil Cross. Kdiar Walker, tlis only son of Mrs. M. 0. Walker, of l'alrlew Addition, colebrated Ida Kill lilrtli autilteraary Thursday ulnht at III motlior'H homo. Madam Cncll WattM, no...

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. — 26 January 1918

"VtJr r You Should Protect Your Health by Keeping Your Premises Clean ! Hl 1 OOR TEARLESS J auosciurrum . LIST MAKES A VA10ABLS '. MCXXUM rOK J ADVTRTUaa J EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE J tuEtiii cr7h rrA-R f k n r in 1 3H rM rid , JWi ?& SsSr jf - - VOL. (5 Thirty DEATH PENALTY MAY AWAIT 0TI1I.KS OK 24TII INFANTRY Sun Antonio Tex., .Inn. 2." Thirty more Negro soldiers will face court innrtinl liere on dentil olinrjieH, the result of new testimony hrouglit to light in the investigation of the Houston riot of Aug., -Ill, when I ."50 Negro soldiers of the .4th United States infan try roited into the city o f Houston. This was announc toilay. hmai.Ii i'o. i:i'iii:miu iiiuir iiaiinhy cm:avi:ii victim si'i:ci;i,i: disease. A number of insos of small pox lmvo been reported to tlio City Health Department during thu past week ami nuortllng to reports tliero are many uses In tlio additions not ct reported, Harney Cleaver, police, of ficer. Is tonfined ut his homo under iiuarantliui with ...

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. — 26 January 1918

o-4 THE TULSA STAR THE TULSA STAR Printed weekly by the Tulsa 8tar Printing an J Publishing Co. at 116 N. Greenwood. A. J. Omltherman, Editor and Puullihcr. Harry 11. Oraliara, Assoclsto Kdltor Qubtcrlptlon Hates Dy Mall One Year . ., '" filx Manilla 1- Three Montho -60 Entered as eecond elate mall matter at the Tulea, Okla., poet office. Tiio Chumborhiln War-Cabinet lllll In no iloulit tliu logical solution of tho ninny prnhluma mm confronting tliu iidmliiUtrntleiii ami should lc passed ly cuiigruM. "Tvvo houds iiro liuttor than imu " THE SMALL I'OX EPIDEMIC Barber Wantedl at the DOUGLASS HARDER SHOP 121 N. Greenwood, Tulsa Call or address at onte. A liberal guarantee to a First class Workman. SUGAR CONTROL i SAVED MILLIONS i ; American Consumer Profited bj ! $180,000,000 French Situ ation Helped. HOME PRICE HELD AT 9 CENTS THK S.MAI. I. I'OX i:i'll)i:.MI: Is growing vvorso In TilliKi nnd unless n rhwk In nut In it thnru la mi tolling vvhnt extent It will roach Tim only aiucuMful v...

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. — 26 January 1918

H THE TULSA STAR PHONE 4710 1 A BIG DOUBLE HEADER at Coverdale's TIIK POPULAR PRK'E STOKE Consisting of Winter Goods and Underpriced White Goods Will here mention a few of llie many real bargain )ou will find al this sale, which lasts Tor one week. WO.MKX WIXTlIlt lti:.l)V.T().Vi:.lt ALMOST CUT IX TWO CloakH worth $40.00 for !U2..Vl Cloaks worth $25.00 for SI.M. Clonks worth $20.00 for $t.!.l.i Cloaks worth $12.00 for $ I.S5 Women's Suits worth $50.00 for $i!ll.H3 Women's Suits worth $40.00 for $UI.H.i Women's Suits worth $35.00 for .S2l!.l. Women's Suits worth $25.00 for f.l.nr, SKIItT SI'KCIAI. ... Kitty Silk nml French SerKo Skirts, somo knlfn pleated, in sevornl of the prevailing colors; regular $10.00 tfc Qp vnlucs, nt J0.iJD SKIItT si'i:ci.i. s.-j.-. TIicbo are Serge, I'oplln anil (Inhcrdlncs, In hluc, Rrccn and black; regular $7.50 value; tfp op Your Cholca at J)D..iD Heal Ilargalns In Our Shoo Department, wherein vn aro Offering 20 to 30 per cent Off on All Shoes. womii.vs s...

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. — 26 January 1918

T-fi THE TULSA STAE nP i J. MCKEEVER DENTIST ' Phone 4743 GETER & NUNLEY THE COLOREO HABERDASHERS Spenai Line of Ladlea Hetlery and Notonr JOHN GETER CHAS V. NUNLEY Propnetora t : .:?:.. at. ig Tie i.tit"l s -:--.t .: :i'. N"h : i-h is aLjurr.e-1 tr a irothsr Mr '-.ig !. ji-.lii Jlft! j; .l. si asn' - ft : r . i E.c v- ili V- E i .its ail L-2. ...'.- rr .-i la g-;;- .- -i-- .!- t- : : -- i M- -- . East ' : . ;cc-'f -- -- - :.rg- ' . as k ' ;-. - - ..- - - r. ' -l - v-r c; of F.t H T r. 41, N -i. r-4-i ' taffenag : . e ?'(. ji' E. :t V'l k. .:--- t tr 7'. g hi wn :fta " -kit -- i - . U fo.i W Cri Hei.- .- (44 X. Br-. Mn A. v. ..r-- -ehirft eg Ui Cm A.. ;- iris; M uts s4is-sgt x I ; ."(ins 7nsajCIn r" ;' f ziliM eaeaeraag iso Jr W B-luav Jala 341 at JsVby. Otis- .tea-. I lf)i;l la tit iT tkil "MS t tg kit titter. Mrf.Uie asaie.'i. N r- Ter.tg troai VMt l V 1 :i toiler. i-r opr-l - ! - :- i'n t- -f ti i Levelle .Jaiiyerrs Dead V WUV.If.oN Hlr.H IliMiL Mm PVareaee WJU. faraer.r t Uu...

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. — 2 February 1918

J Join the Conservation Army and Help Win the War for Uncle Sam ! 4 -"5 A rrARITQC OUR exponent! -TH P Till SB&mEBg suDSCRirnim - LIST MA3CS A f, VALVAtUX ', McoraM roH ADVCKT1SUU1 J OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE V VOL. 0 Cato Sells Opposesd AT ANY RATE THE BIG CHIEF Oh INDIAN AF FAIRS SEEMS TO RE INDIANS AS SOLDIERS Illstoiy gives tlio I ml I an s a place as warriors. Thcroforo one Is not surprised to learn that present-day Indians are becoming good Boldlers lu tlio nrmy. Cato Sells, commUslonor of Indian affairs, recently made a survey of tlio national cantonments, giving particular nttention to the condition of tlio 1,500 Indians who aio learning tlio art of war lu theso camps. "I addressed tlio Indians collec tively nt each cantonment and con ferred with thmo Individually, mnk doflnlto Inquiry concerning their treatment," Commissioner Sells ro markod. "Everywhere I found them well contented, and nowhoro either a disposition to complain or causo for complaining. Thoy aro a splendid " ...

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. — 2 February 1918

THE TULSA STAR If You are looking for Bargains in Furniture. Dont fail to VISIT The Tulsa Household Supply Go. 16 SOUTH MAIN STREET We sell, buyand exchange furniture. Our prices are JUST RIGHT John T. Miller, Prop. Telephone 1106 THEY'LL BE HIGHER NEXT FALL YOU'D BETTER BUY THEM NOW THE TULSA STAK A. Printed weekly by the Tulsa Star Printing and Publishing Co. at 115 N. Ureenwood. A. J. Smltherman, Editor and Publisher. Harry It. Graham, Men's Underwear Associate lMltor A Rood lino of heavy garments for winter nnd spring wear. A range of styles nntl prices to please everybody. Dr. Wrights $3.00 to $1.50 Coopers - $3.50 to $5.00 mk Subscription Rates By Mall On. Year . Olx Manthe w .. '" Three Monthe .. " Entered at second elate mall matter at tho Tulsa, Okla, poet office. SIGN THE PETITION nl.UAlJlNGB AND IM2TIT10N8 aro kuIiir up to I'reslUoiit Wilson from nil suction, of this country In behalf of the five N'ufiro soldiers who hsiwi uinu touileiunwl to death III Texan. It I. honed ...

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. — 2 February 1918

TRK TULSA 8TAK PHONE 4710 AB1Q WHITE SALE JACKSON Xlndertakiug at fZempanii ' C o v e r d a 1 e's THE POPULAR PRICE STORE Consisting of White Goods and Odd-Lots of All Winter Mdse. We Mas Have More Room for Our SPRING GOODS which are Daily Coming in WHITE GOODS SPECIALS WHITE PETTICOATS Those Skirts como In muslin, lawn and India linen; thoy aro laco und embroidery trlraod $1.25 valuoa for tiKo $1.75 values for IfiMit $2.00 valuos tor HMO $2. CO values for $1.03 3. GO values for SZ.Iill womk.vs niohtc.owx spix'iaij Hxtra flno Whlto Muslin Gowns, embroidered and laco trimmed; Sllp-ovor gtylo, well made, full length garment. (fl ip Hegular $2.00 valuo. Special for all week, each J)lTtD $1.75 valuo at 91.2U CORSET COVERS 60c valuo at OUc 8Gc valuo at flDc 75c valuo at Il'c Theso Corset Covers aro laco and cmbroldory trimmed and aro extremely woll made. i:.NVi:i.Ol'K COMlll.VATIO.V UNIO.V SUITS Theso Suits aro mado of extra fine Longcloth and Persian Lawn; imbroldored and laco trimmed; ...

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. — 2 February 1918

THE TULSA STAR np i J. Mc 9 1 cH .1' BPtW EUIOIY IVA-I'lkl. n uffn .1 LftTk r jhi imt cuv m n w w . m & V IHTMJAIt (ilUI)E SCHOOL i 3m ?Sfc on account of tlio bail wcatlior Tin i liiml wishes tn uniiuunco n Valentino tacky party to he helil at 1 i m on thu afternoon of Folirunry 1 Thero will lie many tacky fea ture umoni; wlilrh will lio a first iixl second prize offered the tackiest Ire -.pil porsoiiB Admission. 5 coiUb l'roieeila to fio to the School Ucatitl fill rmiil All aro Invited Mrs Leo MiUn-Ror la icry m k V I Cnrti r left Sunday on a Imsl nnn trip (o Mnrlnnnn, Ark Doctor Johnston of Coweta wan In the city this week. .Mr. Thiw. (lontry la sick at his homo on North Detroit. Dr. 11. D Morrison of MuskoKoe nni In thu city 1'iissilny. ih ,vln Aid in'l Klw a parlor inn i ill' it tin holm if Hew rend mil M'- John-' .ti lill )..iton Tui's d i nlKlit Hefio-l mi ills Onn of tin- most wldo-awako siiind" of tin- city Ib the Ladles' AldofthoM II churili Dosplto 1ml wi'iither thnlr ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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