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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulsa star. — 9 February 1918

' " - , American Troop Transport is Sent to Bottom; 200 Soldiers Perish IZ) l LAKLLb ( EXPONENT nr birut AND JUSTICE V N ft W W ;' S ' rTHFTi nsM&m&.m I n E " m M mL'M H k. V:BB flf MJ V-M-H m medium ro H HI xBBM la i9 fci MBM' M mM I Jr ml m advertisim -j OUR sunscntyi . LIST UACS A VALUAOJ.S J WEEKLY MKIL EDITION Official Organ of The Or mil Vi.ite I Older ( Odd Fellows ;u .1 The Knights and Laches of Harmony of the World .Oklahoma Jurisdiction vol, a Tlrl,.Y, OKI. A.. SATlMlUxVY, b'KHKrAUY i), IIMK NO. 14- Colored People of Louisville Will Fight to Finish Republican "Jim Crow" Law! KENTUCKY REPUBLICANS PLAY OLD THICK WITH COLORED CONSTITUENTS. PAYS FOR BLACK VOTES WITH "JIM CIIOW" ORDINANCE. Louisville, Ky. "Ilutchercil in the House of hli friends" is the stntc the Colored voter of Louisville finds him self in since the victory of the, "He publicans" at the polls last November. The most astounding move yet made ly the Republicans was the introduc tion of the Jim Crow stre...

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. — 9 February 1918

THE :?:iA 3 T A 2 THE TULSA STAR 4HMr ttjr tft -tftvt nf "fHirtimi "m . 9r IrfHC' . . ir- PETITION ( Ji m a T it. l -pDt LOC .s r ( tkc n m UTHXNA 4 ' aaoav - - 'TWO 01 1 t arty- jw THI CO m PF TTWI CO! - . Ml unnat4 'v V' eetad i .-vl I waa ear , -m J WIST ' daaed . i- health p ' T dviaed i h n ! H n 1 n . ( -. ki ' pta .- h fh o ' ho " i ry t fiwi - r - i! 1 pri ' - - Cot .er r I ! Ir oaf ha ey mi ma pu tt !a ' a. ' ha - of - - -I 'he 'T'Hf ff . t '.r 1 ft- Crow" - ' .i I famili' - . l of t ' V thr . of Tr i i gt 1 I i THE I.MtORQ! EmTION tinn h i ,v " fh- ''' xt Of so bi r. ik them sEsronG ELDER PORT Xa25 32- mi at t N. .aaueia aettw X- ,w sieate l, space n Tfrar " -a.uae aaper to mr a 'ear wjtii aonut -ji Tmaa iiatmt. whack I saw J oanur rf aeaag At prmuiag eider : J -tew rf A maaa Anneal Ooutmmum, it o n-- yjnaaoiii our Ssaeoaly n pat n Ae auad rf Bianea JT. X. Gaamr to appoint aa pieaaduaf etaar if Ae Tama dunrfct. On my Mm wane from Ae uuefoieaMW. I sat. nought, and praad. an...

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. — 9 February 1918

THK TULSA 8TAI i affi'ircramBiwjiiriiumiiiaAvaaaOTsaiiti:uiiu FiioNi iru COVERDALE'S THRIFT JACKSON Xlndertakiucj 'Company SALE 20: S Main 20:5 S. Muin TIII2 POPl'LAU IMtirK STORK One Pruc to All Why Pay More: WHITE GOODS SPECIALS WHITE PETTICOATS These Skirts (01110 In muslin, lawn anil India Ilium; they are laco itnil embroidery trimmed 1 25 aluea for HHe $1 75 (allien tor l.:ll $2 vv values (or yi.mi 12 50 values or Sl.l),'i J 50 value lor $2.1111 NOMII.Vh MCIIKJOUN .SI'IX'l.llj lixtra film Whlto Muslin downs, embroidered and lace trimmed; Sll-oiur i)lu, null mude, full leiiBlh garment. (J-j AJ Regular $2.00 nlue. Special for all week, each tpl.tD $1 i0 uluu at l.'M r..vi:i.oi'i: co.miiinaiio.v rxio.v mm is TIighc Suits 11 ro 111 nil o of oxtra flnu I.onKcloth and l'unlan Un; siuuroldurud anil luce trltmnul; for coiUHiileiiro In selling wa lms toi.iratod tlium In six Kroups Itegular (15 valuo HHu Kefiular $1 00 alue . .'. 7l)c lleguldr $1.75 aluo $l.t!ll Regular $2.00 Miluu SI. 1...

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. — 9 February 1918

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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. — 16 February 1918

r - Negro Soldiers are Fighting in France for World Liberty While the Race is Denied Protection here at Home! 1 ODR tf FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE VOI-,. (5 Webster Rowe Murdered FATHER MB SON HELD FOR nunw E ddie B. Rowe Dis Wednesday It rtlt Funeral Thursday KILLING TAKES PLACE IN OFFICE OF OK. H. F. SMITH EARLY SUNDAY Father Sail to lie lmligator of III Sons' Murder at II-ti'U of His llrothcr. Eddie 11. Rowe Dies Wednes day With Pneumonia I' Mother, Already lit. Collapse Under Great Strain, With boned head tear-bedimmod eyes and clinched hand, a heirt broken mother stood in the morgue of the Jnckson Undortnking company Wednesday nftcrnoon and in bitter anguish viewed the remiins of two of her sons, one dead from the effects of n bullet fired through his heart by brother, the other had succumbed to nn attack of pneumonia This woman was Mrs I.uln I tone. The dead bodies those of Webb and Eddie Ucc. At the same hour her husband, S D. Rowe, and her son Douglas were confine...

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. — 16 February 1918

rt ::,u iui THK TL'JLSA STAR . aaur b Tnru . ur JiU i- bU" -. - - aHltC P"RlVS iCk. Urn. Bt ajsaaa . harry U: . rar ik aaj 19 n ttbr -nlM at t'awaitat; t b awtrf aVArnaaf k tfr : fa. Z ? 5 TBS fETmU ilm au anriaf - Mtun'u Bwu Ui'.l t "-raw -: t i.iacx. ii .. - n . UH UT3I fr JaL-fc-iT" CUT Fiumw" tine n tat Irmr Bin tt. atlMar Mutual Ha artr tiii ;bim ir 4 auaiotat me ar .it- jh-unn TuaethCua ' um.nur .. . nl ;nrj a Mawou- ait vmn u tuMt tat aac- nsti e (Mrf a- -- " aialft e -; a- txrj rf 4m it-, a-. "" n ntarrj oitir ta Mi1 ; X i. Tjm Omm at Cauantht ma- rf war Mwat arfit oaf It tat Iwaiiff Coart af The Tulsa Household Supply Go. :t icv:.-. ma:n street -T fc '. j r. J hete I. yOki. Prop. Telephone 1106 . . i I'M 1 I .t . : 1 "' ' 1 k tt 'i oaf ' .l9 " . :niiir .4 ye. ..m u.i aJKUttrr aasufcuf ft. awn hot uz sx:-' 1 cum u .1 y-rtajaaBE Wlatot tram t 1...1' i 'a "." Narv mmOmoi vtu lm u Wiaw-tKUi va UMiBll trtt n! , .1 ma . emc lr a - " U. Kaia tAsrtx. ftume - LABKSKX &&X&...

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. — 16 February 1918

THI TULSA ST AX ( ieS6twauagtaiffWifla: &J3'iiWjErt2i7t-xKiKu a WELLS LUNCH ROOM No. 2. COVERD ALE'S THRIFT 120 North Elgin Street The best place in town to enjoy a well prepared, good quick meal. SALE 203 S Main 203 S. Main I'lIK POITIAU PRirKwSTOKK mA, Special Cuturots to Exclusive PfU'tioa & COVERDALE'S "THE PO PULAR PRICED STORE" SHOE my SPECIALS Ue iiuiti lino a ten r tlio mini) lim pi It cm jiiii mIII riml In I ln SIiik1 si'itliin: Queen Quality Footwear Women's Queen Quality boots, 4-lncli tops, In ki-j, (Jq qc chnmiiaKnc. lorj, lilRh areh. l.ouls heel, ret;. J1-' 50 nl J"."D Women's nnd .Misses' Queen Quiillty lace boots, In black &A nr only, military lasts, rcRUl.ir f fi 50 alues Special for 5'i'J One lot of Women's Shoos In kid, Kutimclul and patents, lino and button stles, IiIrIi nnd low heels, values to I 00 ro nC Rpetlal for pZ." Miasm,' rthool Shoes In Runmetal ami patent loathurs, button or l.i i stjles Special remainder u( this week, regular (J A (r $ti 0...

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. — 16 February 1918

i. - - S K A R &UTU iT'CJh Auirj oniMTuuiniji 111 A . $20 to $30 Per Wetk hp i J. MCKEEVER TOWN? VHvt P i Kn M A ' M.-.tt Ul -" .- I ,-: . -. . i: i - r. - ..-.-'.-.'--- 7 ' . I ' i V 'X ! I . r. If'WL f K r1-t IMf" ftT15T RI H fk Vrt ' IU '.--' ' . IjnatMK M . - i jew" t- I s if1 Mir Ma. ,'i. r. I n4 IW rf i W. BWI DENTIST Phone 4743 ijni .eilm a. i ir-t. Vmuo. t r i. t f t-i K rK & lNUiNL,il.Y f a- " " ... f n -- NEGRO SOLDIER IN OUR WAR ..r-3 JL X." f t. it J Uti-llL Hr-nt wvi 3 '-a. . fc-j(. . ' k-H"" i i K . u 'V v T .iay " Ho 1 fcrt'i M-i..-t r ' ;-..r' '!! It J J .- t r . UfE "I ARRH DDCR 24 HOURS iO" t rTK U -;; ii'ir i - - -i. - Jar Me wfc tUt wfe bf . v-Alt. "1rrtfc Tr.jt". -. rj-rt "a M m.. j-- 4rt teM -- f'-JKl f- xrJu Mi-' - .' 1Mb MR. ! fri I 17 " - frf fr E4rtr 3Jokrmr. fin t f Ltu .Jic 4 ALI ca O. t jtf jBH K i J II RT" ' "3' Ki i .tiV -iiif L. - -i;r- in to-ni N i' t j in i Mil ur - 3r a ' ia rw tf n s r vni ia - tmn ma i '- ht r- j tar-v V- Lt. -- ' rwn if ...

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. — 23 February 1918

I1 Negro Citizens Driven Out of Kiefer, U. S. A.rBy a Mob of Whites! Vi OUR LI 51 MA.dfU A , VALUABLE MCBIOM TOR ADVERTUUM 1 FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE L x'' " -l -- : -- -TU TL Tl I I crn ctm-o- - n r ii i au 1-i.u.m- '" .,fJ. . -- f VOU G National N. P. A. Denounce RACE EDITOltS HOLD INTEKES 1'1X(J SESSION NEGROES TO HAVE WAR COR. RESPONDENT. Nnshvillc, Tcnn., Fob. 1C "Ropre sentathes of one hundred and twenty six Negro publications, forming the National Negro Press Association, opened its annual sessions in this city at 12 o'clock Thursday. Jos. L. Jones of Cincinnati, editor of the Fraternal Monitor, called the Negro editors to gether in executive session. C. J. Terry, the president, and a veteran newspaper editor of thirty-five years' continuous service, presided at the regular session, while special ad dresses were delivered by W. E. King, for more than a quarter of a century editing one Negro newspaper in Texas; J. A. Hamlett, editor of one of the larKest religiou...

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. — 23 February 1918

THE TULSA STAR i m wm ' wn THE TULSA STAR 2. A. I: sew rr i .a 1 u e eec i -rial his jot.acs U sow is 1915 oc ' ti ectri q-sHt-QC af -Nsfn Daerc7 - sad -rix'. hi n.ni wiii b1 L I toTririi a r . J ;i-'..c. r-vfi--oc .a tt c-i; aiUoul eictoc 3 - Bari -s in rurnuure Dent fail to tin4 vtitkl by ths TuIm 8ur Prtntlaj nl PuSHiMr.; Co. at 111 M. artno. A. ;. mlUirraBf CdlUr Jftd PMUhf. lUrry iu Out A ST LOCIS MAN cUlou b has .Tcti a bcDst-proof rt, sn4 njri it wU ita? aar 6jlJt ifi: from rTolv- tea r fiftew ftt duunt, or s. nfV that wJ iteaot tarok tu tacks of ptsw wood. Auf &tX On YtJf , But MintfIS Tnrt Menths utrl?ton RsUs By MaH ILiO .Ml 'THE PATRIOTIC RACK WOXEN GrMsnrfll Km, hart. tkrM tk vfiarta of Um Wetan't Aid SocMty, tim4 1100 lor tb Cknd 3otdrs' Comfort Cocom.t: at Washington. 'J'HE 00hKNMtM . mi r.g JvO.OvO checks raooOly to dependent of mi - v- ir. ,r n...t of th United State. How lone can wt .: CnUrtit u itccnd cists mM matttr it tfts Tuts. Okli, pest ef(lc. SIGN THE PET...

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. — 23 February 1918

:V TBI TULSA STAR WELLS' LUNCH ROOM No. 2. Sattiaa COVERDALE'S "THE POPULAR PRICED STOKE"" 203 S. iMain 120 North Elgin Street The best pluce in town to enjoy a well prepared, good quick meal. i .i'd3!KsU -' v4 ' n snsMBsflsk ' Queen Quality Footwear Wo iiiiiilu liei-o a fc i.f tho nmii) lim prk.-s inu nlll riml In Women's Queen Quality boots; a-inch tops, In Krny, l nf champagne, Ivory; high ureli, I.ouIh licel; rrg. $12.6U ul . p"t"D Wumoira and Misses' Queen Quality lace boots, In black d a nr only inllltury lasts; regular SU.50 valuos. Special for. . . tp4.ijt) One lot of Women's Slioiw In kill, gunniutal and patents; laco uiul button styles; high and low lieuls; values to $1.00 oo nr Spuciul for $C.,jD ftllseeo' fcehool Shoos in gunmetal uml patent loatber; button or lace styles. Special remainder of this week, regular ai n? $0.00 values at 5)4.31) Uegular J3.G0 valuet ao . - i 5Z.45 Men's KIiik Quality Shoos; genuine kangaroo, In black and brown, laco or button; Kngllsh und sw...

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. — 23 February 1918

fc&afc V M T H ?'-!. f ''""mmiemnl'ml ' ;. .II.."1 J JIH" ' ' rjj! 1 .L, JL." 'ZLUJIMI1 Ul'HUJJJtT'm" -Wftritrr E TULSA STAR r XmmmkmMi A riiTM". jfm 'r & v wlj "r: Fr UWff I' V ikrriior mm IfJZ&ASJ i.f f Ik 1 M Mr ttns tin. (''"it ',hl ui'ik of Mr- M Holiimon. II V. l'lliiinrr left Sumlny tnornliiK on n trip lo Holey. Mm. II. T. S. .Inlinmn liflt lwon eon- fliK-il lo her ImmI for tverHl iltyt In licr liomo at th nonng of Wetlay for .Mutkogi. .it n line I lie Iloanl of tlic It Y I' U rh r por' a sue cssful mui-ting Amount n( momy rand, $03,10 Mrs T II r.lliott, who ms liecn In tlie limpitiil in I'ort Smith, returned WeilnoulHy. .Mr. IlmiuhiriHii left Snturtlny niRlit M K. Church. Morrii N'enly Imt len itifforlnir with n gllRht attack of tonsllltii. Mm Anna Steveton lint r "pet nrm" rctultinir from InJurlM received in n fall Imt I'rldny. I.croy (leorne wnt fined In the inu nieipnl court Monday $25 for carry In n ronconlol weapon and $fi for illt turhiiiK the iteai'f of hi...

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 March 1918

V" s I I " This Paper Stands First for The Best Interests of All The People! W TH "'1 tin, ,, ,,, xn V . t07 OOR SUnSCRIPTJw -LIST MAES A I A fEARLE ', EXPONENT OF RIGHT VALUAOLX AND i I medium roK Anvtimsni JUSTICE a SE5V HI is ; x, , , ,Hi WW vA SS J0f " - - it z: v. J - r- as f is S S 1 w m . I I J li r us 3 U "V -1 UZMH n v rvi v J VOL, 0 A-l Candidates Named For NOTHING HUT DEMOCRATIC SUCCESS AT TIIK I'OUsS IN APRIL WILL SATISFY THE PEOPLE OF TULSA Democrat Will Launch a Vigorous Fiyht to Oust Republicans From City Hall. That the democrats of Tulsa arc de termincd to" dethrone the gang at the city hall In the spring election no one can doubt who attended the man meeting held in the district court room Mondny night. It was a meeting void of mudsling ing personalities, but fraugh with a spirit of quiet determination such as precods all storms. It was evident from the sentiment of the meeting that the present city administration will go out for good when the otes are counted after...

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 March 1918

THE TULSA 3TAK V- 1 .i n ilcmji i " Hari' un -. in Furniture. Dotit tail t THE TU.LttA STAK VISIT Inted weekly by the Tulsa Star Printing and Publishing Co. at 116 N. Urcenwood. A. J. Smltherman, Editor and Publisher. Harry It. (lialmin, Aasoolale lklitor Subscription Rates By Mall On Year , --- Blx Manths . . ......... Three Mentha ............. Entered aa second class tnall matter at the Tulsa, Okls, post office. 11.50 CHANCUS AUK MIOHTY 81,131 for the republican ticket in tlie cominK city campaign and therea no hope at till for the non-partisan aclieme o nPIIK HOYS OK TUB KIOIITINc: TENTH (precinct) will b on the firing " line on election ilay anil In a spirit of righteous: indignation they will use thu. voting poucr to swat the gang that gagged them with the segregation ordinance. Watch 'em do it. o TI!E III. A OK MAN who voles the republican ticket next month (if there - should iierrhnnce be those so magnamimously ditposvtl) cares but little for his fraiiclilso. lie is sure to ...

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 March 1918

THB TULSA STAR rj- if I f STOP EATING FIRE AND BRIMSTONE y Cnntlnupil from ptge ona tlon under which all men could study the bible ns they desired. Now, while the protestants coiiRrnt ulate themselves on breaking away from the mother church, the Catholic, they, nevertheless, brought with them nnd now have some of the errors of the dark aRes The doctrine of eternal torment and n literal lake of fire and brimstone arc amonp; the cross errors belonging to the period of the dark aces. We arc Kind to note that most of the earnest-hearted and intelliKent ministers have lone; understood that the bible nowhere teaches an eternity of torture after death ; but I fear that most of them have not been suf ficiently outspoken on the subject. This is an important matter and one that should interest eery indi vidual. If the bible, in iU logical construc tion, teaches an eternity of torture for all the unrighteous (when there is none riirhteous) or If the bible tenches a different plan of salvation,...

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 March 1918

Till r II L S STAR y WO O'i u'w ASta Y5 'I a Will Smith linx iinnll io Mr I I ilny. twiimt ih in town Mm Mrs. Vernon of llnst Brady is seri ously tick. Jlru. Arena Cox Is sick at her home on North Ivxter. Dr. Johnston of Coweta was in town this uetik. I). I'llmnre was In Muskogee this week. WMIinm Woods was taken to the lmsiiltiil Saturday. Kxcnvntlon has begun for the new $10,000 M. K. church. Prof, flraham of the Star office was nick lust vvetik with la grippe .Mini Stisiu Clienault was nut of town last week on business. MIm Thomas of Sapulpa anil her mother were in town last week. Mrs. tilat, North (IreenwooU, Is on the sick list J. N. IMnticy of Muskogee was in town this week. On ml Master Delancy of Wagoner was In town this week on business Tom Ren try was in Oklahoma City Sunday ami Monday on business I. W llnrW of Newkirk was in town this week. W. M. Rnrriwm of Keystone was in the ilty on buflneas this week Mrs. Lena Philips siut Monday in Bartlesvillo with her sister, who is...

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. — 9 March 1918

j "A Square Deal for All" M. J. McNulty, Jr., for Commissioner No. 2 TU C Tfi'l CTfl fTA'D- i iii i yi L-fai'f i j i niv OUR SUBSCRIPT!!! LIST MACES A J VALOAnLX : McnroM roR ADVERTXSUM J FEARLESS EXPONENT OF RIGHT AND JUSTICE ,. ., ,!! U ( VOL, ( Evangelist Preacher Man Wlm Siiys lie lias Con vltIimI Over SOO.OOO IVopli in 7 Youth .Must Stand Trial MCT Tui'sdav Many Leave Cliurcli in Disgust When Preacher I'orcilily Put MrH. Mills Out. According tu n story told by Will lam Cherry, 311 North Greenwood, and others, about the rankest outrage ever perpetrated against the woman hood of Tulsa was committed at the A. M. E. church Thursday night, when Rev. L. S. McDuffie, New York evangelist, who is conducting a re vival here for Itcv. Tucker, snatched a chair from under Mrs. Laura Mills and forcibly ejected her from the church because she did not hold her hand up long enough to suit his whims when he commanded nil Chris tians to hold up their hands. Dr. Hridgcwater, it is said, ap proache...

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. — 9 March 1918

THE TULSA 3TAK rass this tuJjSa star Intd weekly by the Tulta Star Printing anj Publishing Co. at 116 N. Ureenwood. A. J. flmltherman, Editor and Pubtliher. Ilirry It, (li.ihain, AnHiieUto Kditnr Uubicrlptlon Rates Oy Mall One Year , ...........M ..... .... 11.60 Blx Mantht . . .. . .. 1.00 Three Monthe ............ ... ........... .. .... .60 knowledge of Greek and I.ntin, etc., it in natural, perfectly natural, that we should expect more of him than n raving, romping man of the jungles would uc us. We do not mean to criticise Itev. McDuffie for his moile of worship, or for his belief, or faith, but we do criticise his disposition to force people to do and, think as he does. Instead of assuming that he is preaching to an audience or ignorant or scmi-civilizcd people we think he should assume that ut least Home of his audience might possibly be educated people und that all of them are intelligent beings capable of weighing anil Judging the wisdom of all he has to uy. If the Ueercnd ...

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. — 9 March 1918

THK TULSA STAR C 0 V E R DALE'S The Popular Price Slore 2(): S. Main Street ifeed the rooit sheep and STOP FLEECING THEM UEAVTIFVI. NEW DRESSES tTif,!fVh? a" the J0""" JlBht he.irtedncs and pretty color, of Springtime made nKht into them. stv e, 2xZZ t' C,,ine 'CrK nm' Je"ey nro thc mi""in' The nrVtv Hrnn kcI0n' .p-thcrc are so many, and. they are so collar, h 7T , " u! :tr" Bht tUnie, Sa,h0S thnt " ' "y Wff 1 ''" " hiK,, Ch0ni"e h"""y n.l ever so many dl, tinguishlng features, too numerous to tell about. Prices arc- $12. $i3.ro. $i7.r.o. 2r., $.i2.no ami $tr.oo. a noon maki: oiaconsrr is important. nlelr "Cmpo,,cnt "-tlcro I. necessary, If one want, to enjoy the f om ,h n "rfertf """ l"h-eivlnK corset. Here you choo-e from the well known Mile flrace. Miller. 0. It ami others All nro moderately priced with no extra ch.rgc, for fitting Very lar," a,, sortment of moderately priced, well made and perfectly fittU cor-cts r "r.'".".w. 7-r, lo ?10 Slk flh t ?nCC :C?r,"l,S mn''0 of fln? co...

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. — 9 March 1918

r iw. i J. MCKEEVER DENTIST Phone 4743 -h $20 to $30 Per Week Wf nwl Mtttaiff nr rrw iWlt fvtffM and AchwmmU tkm CosWrW JWte" bjr Prof. ftllf Milta, turvlnft ih wondrrAil nntnga and new fiportnitlM f Mir tmr. Low prtr. May pi. tmnm, lightning Mllr. A4 IW .thm. Yritgi,k. AUSTIN JENKINS CO., ? Stmt. WnlhH , D. C a pWMI o Mvkm tirawra Ml MiHk'ijrt'i' wi - K. I). ,lcff.-roTl I)r Sih'imI win. nut "f town Sunilny. 'funtM hist wtok. Mr. BMd Mr. Mnrciu. of f'hotop:i arc in town. Wallace It. MeUvtl nn.l .1 Jif lemon of Holey are in Hi" ntv thh week. Miss Albert Paytnn una visitim- in Coffeyvllle last Mm. Ultra Smitlwrman raturn.-l Monday. Mrs. (!. W. Ilutchins entertained On' Knatcrn Star Friday afternoon. The Ol Malti' Convention will con vene at Dreamland theater Tuesday niKht, March 10. lUelielopa, "take HotifO." Mra. tillft Wadlay was hostess Fri ilny iiftcriu.txi to ill lliatory and Art club. r Mra. !". 0. Smith has returned after ti few weeks' visit with her brother in Knnana City. She...

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