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title: 'The Tulsa star. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1913-19??, November 29, 1913, Image 4',
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TULSA, O K L A.
THE TULSA STAR
Printingand Publshlng CO.
Published EveryS.itunlay.it SOI North (iru.Miwood .Stmet.
i LOCAL NEWS
Kuturud n j.ii.l -li untlHr April II. Illl.l, at (lie l'.i.( (Jllii-e at Tnli
OklaUotoa, umltT tho Aot of March Jl, lliill.
A. J. SM1THERMAN
Mrs, 0. B. Smitherman
Vm. J. McClain
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER
The earlier:) are teeing TiiI.h m
Ki'iiK-iitlii'i- llic miixinilc ill the
A. l. I., i-hiiuh.
Watch the fellow who is silwujs "knocking tin; "thur fi-lluw.
Heuutur Owens Is tutting suiiiu figure, orcr the riirieury hill.
Look over uur ad column l.eforn nimppliii, ir you are ,uokin tur oaiKulna
Don't full to onler the Aiiuih ihsni- ol the .Star. It will le u (em.
The aired commissioners vm ti Ijm neKli tin,; hU duty In the Kabt Knil
It U n jirttt) hard thins to ti-ll hl Ii ol tin- two ilaily papers In the uoat
affected with NegrophoLia I.hiIi tukia aimlln In throning fits about thv ne
gro and loth uae tile aolua brand if nonat'iixt.
The Star bus much for which in U thankful. We Ihunk (Jut!
that it ib not nuy woim- uith iih Ihan it is.
Winch tin' adv. minimi of lliis
iiii-i fui harniiiM.
AUi-nt.s ttiuitt'd everywhere, (he
oltlrliil organ tin the MiiilhucM.
Mi unci .l if .Smith of i.ll l-.ust Ai
"her alietl tire rehearalriK a i oilier!
$15.00 Solid Oak Princesr.
J Dressers with large oval bevel
plate mirrors, on sale at l uisa
Household Supply quit busi
ness sale for $9.25. 114 West
Dr. A. C. Jackson will soon be
making calls In his new iiiitomo
Uow do the colored KiiliM-rilx-is for the World like the big display
"Niirt'cr" headlines which ollen uim-jiin in Ihal hheel ?
Deputy Sheritl Itaniev Cleaver, chief of the .lolly (iood Fellow.-,
if entitled to the credit for untei laining (he Smart Het. The tilui
nimbly heljied out.
The uptodHte Jnerclinm Kho'Wh when and where tuirivertle for nun re
built.. Spend ii few inluutcs looking or the ud In this paper, uml tlien -nd
your mency uccordlngly with those who uunt mir trade.
Have you noticed dint I'ncle Sarti i, i.-ikiiijr, his time about going
into Mexico? HetKT be blow now, because, he may have to nut on a
shjieedoiueter to keep up with himself, if the .Mexicans get behind
The eight-hour law tor patrolmen makes it the more necessary
for another officer for the Kant end. The police court record for this
wc-li nhown that mole police piotection is needed out here. We sug
gest a police citation for the I'ast Uml.
The pastor of a charge who knowingly tolerates a bootlegger and
gambling den proprietor 'to holil a deacon's ollice in his church is a
bud citizen, and any man who is engaged in the above mentioned bust
uons secretly and at the .same time using the church as n cloak for his
evil doings is a moral coward. The Mar is imcstigatmg this rumor
and will five full details later on.
There is u pool hall nperatnl on llostun street In a white man for
colored people, and it is always full ol patrons. This same jxiol hall
was formerly conducted by a col I man until John .Mitchell, the
proprietor of the building threatened to eamel the while renter's
lease if he continued to sub-rent to tin coliued man. If the young
men muM frequent pool halls, wh. not go in places rim by their own
Somewhere in the Itible a stoi is told of a lot of fellows bringing
n Moinun to Christ, accusing her of a certain crime, and condemning
her to death. Itut when the Saior li.nl heard the testimony, he said
"Ye who are without sin, let him cast ihe liisi stone.' ' When he
looked up the woman's accusers had vanished. Kvei-y one of the ran
cals were guilty of the crime llu-j wanted the woman put to death for
Some of the same tribe of cusses are living in Tulsa today.
"Tbro ts no m n eh good in tlm worn! u( iih,
And no much Imd Hi I ho bout of ns,
That it behooves iioni) (if iih
To talk about Hit- t ! of iib."
il i- I .w
Evorythiuft The Market Af funis in The Gmceiy Line
Country Produce A Specialty
When You Think of (im rites- fhiul; of
Piion-i:1751 Thf Rliit Frtni Tui.sa, Oklahoma
Gor. lst-Ciuclnuati ' IIC LUL I rUtU
PKANWTSIO CUNPS IMLR POl'ND
307 South Main St. Phone 17-1 1 I'LSA OKLAHOMA
UNCLE SAM's LOAN
tHegre dekcel Scurnal
Every teacher ant! ftriwr in this state should sub
scribe immediately for the Negro School Journal. It
will keep you informed as to changes in our school sys
tem. Each issitf will contain articles discussing agricul
ture, domestic science and all other subjects taught in
our common schools by the ablest men and women of
these profession-, in our stale, sl-owmg the latest meth
Subscribe now, price $1.00 Send P. O. Money
JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO.,
Box 25. Langston, Okla.
The manager anticipates tout
ing the state and boosting the
Kc. Ividd, piesidiug elder of the
I'ulsa district, is here for a few
The concert at Vernon A. .M. !'.
t-'alurdin night will be a raiv
Ihe chinches of ihU city vie I with
each otbei in serving Thanksgiving
Kery pastor is asked In write
in. We have something that is
beneficial and interesting.
$37.50 quarter sawed oak,
54-inch top Dining Table with
large pedestal on sale at Tulsa
Household Supply quit busi
ness sale for $24.95.
.Mis. Smitlieruiau and her ha
hies will leave tomoirow tor u lew
wtekfe' visit in the count r.
Why it pays to advertise in the
Star: If uni leail someone else's
ndvt., that Kiinconc else will lead
Will Cherry, who wus erely In
Juied by an St. K. av T. tniln crashing
Into the automobile he war. driving
The pictuivs of truest liogiui,
M attic Wilkes. Cotdelia and Win.
McClain. still piny a pioniinent
part with the smnrt set.
l.ordsdale Stewart, the dramatic
reader, is quite a success on his
starring tour, just as the writer
predicted. He opens in ttufnlu
THE STAR CLEANING
And Dye Works
t'lttnil.llii uiltiil.1,.1- ,.l. t... II....1.. I .. . I !... t. t ..
- ........... ........11. uniiMiip mil iiiniK 1. .urn's wni-K ami alter I
ulioii a s,,.,-ialf. Let us iln u,ur lull cleaiiing. f
Suits made to jnur iiifiisiiie. ('nine in and see our line of stJish .
ni.i.li.-t.. t..it.:... 11. t .. . .
..1,1.- i"ini..i-iiir iiiiiiiiii-;. tir niivH en'ry inline, cvi-rv enlnr. ciulv i
'wave. e"l palleiil and mi'';e every nt le at pile.- to sun ,,iii, j
I101 ket Imnk. IIMI full imliii is in -...l.-.-i t .
Hal- eleaiii'd and blncked.
ISIT US IMi-ui. SI'. N
I VI. 'II i: I'l.ipneloi
. wdv. S ,
$38.00 waxed oak China 1
Cabinet with Mirror Back, on I
sale at Tulsa Household Sun-1
ply quit business sale for
Money tq Loan on liveiMhing of Y-lue
Hig Stock of Unredeemed Watches, Guns. Clothing nud Shots
For Sale at 1-2 Pi ice.
Herman livi.uis, Manager
108 Hast First Street
18 E. 8.cond 8t. Phonei 1685-3815
V 4i Ib Hack Hed Star Hour (1.40
1 it lb Fiick K. I). Dour (1.20
I lb N. Ileum 25c
1 Oul. 1'earhea 4Qc
1 Oal. Aprlrola .5C
I Oal. illackherrieii 50c
1 tlal. Gooeebcrrleu S5C
1 Oal ( ilerrlea (t.oo
1 Cin s-co.l Com 25c
t Cent fi-ncj Can 2.c
3 car Kmly June I'ens. 25r
3 cans No. 3 Tomatoes 25r
1 irn Cn-milloii To.iuto:t. 15t
J nt Cmilierrlefc .25c
1 5-lb jirll I.anl 65o
t 10-lb pnll I.nnl (1.25
We ulve coujions that are good for
Rouera SiUerwart. They aro vnluubl.
We carry u complete line of freh
vcKetablei. and frultb of all ktnilo
prlcea that are right.
$20 quarter sawed oad ? ,
brary Table on sale at Tuli
Household Supply quit b'isn
neis ink for $13.50. 114 West
rl ,ff I
i arrow '
'.V.- K,jHl..T7?B-fi-S-A3a.i.i.. :i. '-"' -
The .!' mnp
As a result .01 w
tntle .aid art- e.isi
" ,IS VJ
, .re pr. i1nl wild wood buihingf.
" i.p-j.1 tl. i' v jod puts liich cost but a
tii ll is held, in ii. cosary to du ...
Owiiif; hi tin. lion t-. Jo, on.'j Uxc U-.niuKS llicy wont run dry. Vou
.akc out Hit il pluK A'licli I u: -ir: IxjII-jiii ! the weight boxes, the
nvisi accessilil.: (ilr n- ml rtm, ira fill il,t oil iliu.t, thvy bold a lot ol
ill IfUl lliun l..r... '.. . , .... ... !... I... I . ....... 1 .
...-, ..-. ...... ...,K. . w ,.i iiivnu hi: ictu i- piji rigni .n.ii ine narrow
iVill run easily wiiljiy ,w .-cattriitlni, torn loii) lime. Tht-t uii ducts are i
biinpl l.uUi cait in tli ntmlarilr, the lower uls of thith I.inu the ion T
..L.n..,lil, I..,.: ..:. ..-. .1 ..., 1
svt ....j.j. ii, ii .inline ii ia ,i siuiic dim cincin e arrjiigonieit.
Oon't nvwIiiiA the tcr.ipen tlicy .ou one ol the lue imiiu-; 01: this
harrow. . harrow di (ertive in tins respect, llimigli perfect in ,eiy other,
is olieu llstlLs. Remember this and examine lli..si' on tin Canton Star.
They are made to swep across the faces of tin .liso lici t -nici to the'
i.uter elites, i-ji cacii v ale was , prowur.- spring tn Hold ,- - mlv atiinst
-it ui-i. urn )t i cj. . ii .-'xii.ie,
II yon prefm lie Triton "liXr flaiitnr r.m r ..p.ippcii
wilh a Sf.lv illnc'iirunt I i I'.i.i..i1(..isiiii,. . Dulling.
U't ;,LSt ar giod a i'.t liin -. ,
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