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TUB TULSA STAjl, S.durdny, Oct. 2, 102fl.
A "GREAT FINANCIAL
First (Jo met First Served
Would j on lik' to lent, lease of buj it wo-htory twcuty-ioom. fif
teen thousand dollar bungalow at Idnbcl, tin; most rapidly glowing
County .scut in .Sonth-Kust Oklahoma? The building is located with
in two blocks fioin "the Frisco Station, an ideal locution for a first
ela.ss Jlolel and llicie is no greater demand for Mich an entcrptiso at
any place than tln-ie is at ldubel. Electric lights are installed in each
room in this building and connection for indoors toilets and laborato
ry was made with the sewerage system in .lul, In shoit. the build
ing is modern in cer. phase and rcpiesents the best einstructed and
most commodious frame building in .MeCurtain County As a hotel,
and restaurant, this building, at its piescnt location, will serve any
one knotting how to conduct such a business as a veritable "mint"
an unlimited opportunity to make money, and there is absolutely no
Jdabol has recently installed a modern stwerage system. A fine
$150,000 Coiuihotw was completed in August and a Government
building and ice plant aie to be elected soon. Among the Colored
people there me four ehuiehs, a fine schoil, a pieure thcurc, sterna
and a .flO.OOO gin, the hotel above occupying the eenral place.
The conditions of this proposition are as follows: Kent :7."i.()()
(1st three months in nth mice); each 'following in advance. I
.") Y12AH LEASE, $:i.()00--payable in advance. I
SALE, $D,.r)00 $l,.r)0() cash. Hnluneo on terms to suit purchaser I
i olliu is preiuniuic.
It is guaranteed that this building cannot be duplicated any
whore for less than $15,000.
Any one wishing to consider this proposition will see Prof. A. M
Soloue at Hooker Washington High School or 811 North Mulled St.
Thoro are si. other rent houses for salt on same am' adjoining
blocks. See Prof. Solone.
If your are siik, tired out and
the most miserable people on earth
We use the pine unadulterated Radium Water .pisl a-, it mine .1
from Mother Eiiith for external and internal 'hs
Don't gee despondent because nicdiciii'! has i tiled ti leach yoir
ease. There' is yet hope for you in Jici 11 111 Water
MRS. MARY HARRISON, Prop.
FOR COLORED MEN
Leant to bo an Auto Mechanic and got tho big
money. Wo teach you all about an auto. The
only Collin rd Auto School that is incorporated
that we know of.
"Tho IJa n n A a to Scliool
O or p ovation
$1.00 Per Week
Gold Filled Glasses ;
$3.50 Payment $1.00 Per Week j
Our optician, Dr. Woodward, his had eight years' B
experience in Tulsa. If you don I want to pay cash,
...... u. In, mil s.. (.InccnL iwifftifi .'nn tn.r P.. flt.t.
ta fuIL by paying $1 per week while you wcur tltem.
McMinn Jewelry Co.
"THE SQUARE DEAL STORE"
ZH Vl Third Btreet Opuoslto Hotel TuUa
all broken down, ,ou are Oiie of
(let wHI and be happy li, using
Just received n large ship
ment of Watches. Any
lltlng you want, we hnve
hrin, Hamilton. Hownrd,
South Hend, Illinois and
As an inducement to you
to come to our store and
get acquainted with us, we
will offer for this week
- Year Cases
12 and 1G Size
WHO ARE INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENT!
The True Intcnurional Itible SUi.
dents represent that class of per
sons who linve consecrated all lhe
hac, even their lives, to do the wil.
of (tori and walk ,as ncarlj as pos
sible in the footlsteps of Jesii.. The
arc the ones who intelligent!.! recog
nize that Jehovah lias a grc.it plan
concerning his human creatures and
that the Bible is the Hluc Print of
bis plan of procedure. 'I hey lep
rcscnt thL. lemnant of that ciass of
persons who all ilnvn the ages,
stood loal to (inilliuc.s, exen mil.
death. 'Ihelr riiil.x wmk is trying
to have the world set. God's (ireat
Plan and the milwoiking of same.
They, International Bible Students
.lie the woild's best carlhlj friends.
They are Hiving their all upon the
Alter of Sacrifice that in due time
the world will come into a knowl
edge or (iod's plan. The sari part
about the matter is that the world
knowetb thciu not but has pci scent
ed and put them to ill alb even the
Lord nnil Saioi Jesus Christ.
All down the ages, even to the
pieseut time, dori's true messengers.
iiicliidiiiL' Jesus Christ, have had Hie
responsibility or announcing the !
coining Kingloiu of dud and de
nouncing a false form of Godliness
instituted and maiiitaineri l a
Clerg. class known in Christ's time
as Scribes ami l'haiisces. This ric
noinieiainu (which means nothing
more than telling the world that it
i.s not proceeding aceoiriing to
(iod's plans) has atwar in ought a
roar if indignation from this Phari.
see class, the clerg, who have held
themselves out as teachers of the
world in all things pertaining to
Oori. 'Ihe killed Cluist their best
I friend and have been making it eve-
I r thing else but pleasant for all
who have tried to walk in Chrisjs,
I beg to remind uu truth loving'
people that there has long been a
great battle i aging between right
anil wrong and that the conflict is
now more fierce than ever. The
last round is being fought to the fin.
ish and soon wrong and error will
go down in defeat ami be counted
out anil righteousness, truth anil jus
lice will be ciowned victor for nil
time to come.
One of the marks of identification
of the true servant of Cod is that
their message is alwajs without ex
ception disliked by a ruling class
having a form of Godliness with
having a farm of Goriliness but with
out its spirit. This lus been true in
the case of all the Hol Prophets,
the Lortl Jesus Christ, the lipostles
anil all the faithful followers down
to the present time. Many of the
faithful of the past, including our
Savior, sealed their faithfulness, to
, Jehovah Goil nnri His Great Plan,
by tticir blood. 1 lie true uirisiinns
of the present time are fully aware
that if they would teign with their
Lord and Master they must follow
in his font steps and be willing and
glad of the opportunity to lay down
their lives for truth tinri even for
their enemies, that they may have
the blessed opportunity of blessing
even those who have said all man.
ner of evil against them and per
secuted them falsely for righteous,
i More than forty ears ago the
Lord sent to the world through Pas-
tor Itiwscll more of the true light
concerning his Kingdom. Pastoi
Hussell has bi ought to light cnunlis
Itusscll was faithful in delivering
this message up until his death Oct
.hi, laiu. ine lonowcrs oi ins leacii
iiiks, known as International Bible
Muilenls, hae continued to the
piescnt time in rilling the world's
.dilution to (Iod's (ireat Plan of Sal
vation, (iod's Plan, as shown b
die leaching, of Pastor Hu.se,1!. lias
brought to light the fact that the
(neat Church S stems are guilt of
feeding! the people of tliL. world on
the old musty doctrine of the dark
ages. This showing up the Church
S stems have greitl. angered the
preachers and forl ears lhe hrtvc
liet-n tr.xing to find someway to
get rid of Hussellisin. This unfaith
ful Clergy class would have made
short work of the Bussellites and
their teachings were it not for Un
laws under which we live.,The con
dition of the people's minds during
the icccnt World War afforded an
opportunity for this Devilishly in
clined class of preachers to get in
their work. They hollered "Trai
tors," on these humble servants of
God and had some of them placed
behind prison walls without bail.
They, .the preachers, remarked,
when this was done, that Hussllisni
had come to an end; but the Lord
had something ct for them to do
before taking litem beyond the vale,
so here the arc still on the trail of
the false preachers, calling the
world's attention to their false doc,
trine. Those who are enemies or
the truth taught b thn humble sect
known as the International IJiblc
Students had well remember that,
"Truth crushed to earth will rise
again," and that NO WEAPON
FOIIMEI) AGAINST THE LORD'S
Tltl'E PEOPLE CAN PHOSPEH
without his permission.
HICIIAHD J. HILL.
No Mare Hacc Hiots In Chicago, Says
Chief of Police
(A. N. P. Service)
Chicago, Sept. HO "This was not
a tint, but a sreet fight. There can
never be another riot in Chicago as
long as I am elder or police." With
these words, chief of police Garrity
set at rest tlte wide spread report
that another liot was on in Chica
Help The Women
Buy A Tag!
Y. W. C. A. INAUGURATES
Tulsa Christian Women launch a
Worthy Undertaking and As,k
The Young Women's Christian As
sociation is a new organization re-
i enlly set on foot by a number of the
.m.-iecee SIIRDLU NN'IOAT CSHC
must entei prising women of the city
unri realizing the great benefit such
an uigimizaliou will bring to the
community these women are desir
ous of securing the support of the
women of all ages living in Tulsa.
The piomoteis rc.rii. e that the can
do but little until the a.sociation is
set upon a more firm foundation
man at present, ami fuither that
such fotniilalion can only be made
lasting through a membership which
will hae lepiescnlatives from ever)
walk in life in litis communis. Oni
those who have been bles,eri with
the opporlunil or travelling in va
lious sections of the countrj have
seen and know the great amount ot
Bood that has been accomplished 1
strong hands or women under the
banner of the V V C. A.
The high aim or this organization
is attested j its desire to include in
its roster of meinbeisliip all who are
willing to aiil in the uplift and pro
tection of the oung women of the
rity. If even woman in TiiUn will
join and nleilue loal sunnnrl un:it I
results are sure to follow. It is al
so the aim to have a Tulsa Y. V. C.
nuilriing a building in which all
'Hiens could have the highest pos
Saturday. October. !)lh, 1920, has
been designated as "Tag l)n." Do
not refuse to buy a tug. The nro-
moters nsk generous support in this
efroit to raise funds and also ask the
pravers of all faithful Christians.,
TULSA LOSES PROMISING
I'hc C. M. V. Church was the sail
i-enc last Wednesday afternoon of
tb funeral ob-.enuies of the late
Miss Kalberinc Cberrv, daughter of
our well and favoralj known
eiliens, Mr . and Mrs. James
Cherry. Quite a large conure
"ation filled the auditorium of the
church as belli the departed young
"irl and her parent, have numerous
friends in the couimunitv who thus
ittended with a desire or showintf
their svnipalhy Tor the bereaved
naients in this hour oT distress and
"rief The Hev. Mcl.ain officiated
nnd delivered a most clofjucnt and
touching sermon appropriate for
the occasion. A piogram in which
nulny or the young friends of the
deceased participated was rendered
and the floral offerings were ma
lt v and beautiful.
Miss Katberine Cherry, who was
unfortunately cut ofr at the ver
threshold of young wonianhool,
was one of the most talented and
nnmilar oung girls of the city of
Tulsa. She had received all the at
tention and care that fond parents
could possibly shower upon one
lhe loved most dearly, and there
was every prospect for a most
promising career until she was
stricken by an incurable disease,
the ravaf.es or which were fought
by the best medical skill in the
Miss Katberine was born in Sul
phur Springs. Texas.. Nov. I, lfiOO.
and soon would have passed her
2ftth l)irthriay. She hail lived in
this city with her paients since
1900 and graduated from the High
School in 1918. She spent one ear
1919 nl Howard University return
ing home early last summer. On
August .'tOlh. she left for the Hos
pital of Dr. Wilson at Memphis,
Tenit., to be operated upon for can
cer of the breast. Two operations
weie necessarj ; the first was .suc
cessful, but the second jnoved fa
lal. She died Sept 25th. three das
after the last operation.
She was the only daughter, and
is survived by mother, father, two
uncles. George Cherry, of Okmul
gee and Wm. Cherry of this cit.
On her mother's side she left a
large number of relatives.
Hemodel Lodge No 131, U. B. V.
will hold important meeting for in
sruclion in ritual work Wednesday
night, Oct. ti, 1920. at Masonic Hall
building, b order of
A. M. Hardridge. W. M.,
Jl. Brashears, Secretary.
MADAM ELIZABETH WAHNEIVS
DRESS .MAKING PARLOR
j Fancy and Plain Sewing
Fancy Bead Work and All Kinds
Men's ShirlK A Specialty
You are Cordialy Invited to visit.
121 N. Greenwood
TULSA WAFFLE HOUSE
BUSTER MAYIIUE, Prop.
603" East Cameron St.
In Hotel Stradford Building
Hot Waffles and Plenty of Other
Good Things to Suit the Most
Wh continue to pay the South U
Main Street prices when at this U
store j on can save so much on M
an thing the family needi in M
the clothing line. Why hesilaac j
coming heie for an inspection m
shopping trip. We have got the W
kind or qunlitv you want you
yget the price reductions you arc ft
W looking lor. Don't let the loca- H
W, tion bar ou from lower Prices. 4
(JWe discontinue our Ladies' yi
V Still. Coat and Dress Dept W
Rinr Valiitic Thoco 8
LIS TUIIHa) IIIUU. f
M Ladies' & Misses' Sweaters
f $2.98, $3.50, $3.08. $7.98
(.Children's arfl Misses' I)n sscs
' 98c to $3.98
'l Children 8 Coats Ages 2 to 11
j Selling Special at $1.98
Plain and Fancy
A We have jus recently addeil a 4
yi department of interest to wo- H
i men a sewing department. We M
sell anything fine dresses plain f
or fancy sewing. This means ,j
m you utiy me uoous ai lowest v
prices, and make a second sav- J.
M ing by having Iheni made up M
tf here. tf
Gingham plaids, solids and
stripes. 3 yds. .. .
9-1 Sheeting, yard .
Kimona Flannelette all pat
terns, worth 75c yard
Serpentine Crepe, flowered
patterns. in all colors,
worth 98c yard . .
Krinkle Jap Crepe, all col
ors, worth 98c yard
Dark Flannel yard .
Outing Flannel, all colors,
Nainsoik. 30 inches wide,
best grade, worth 09c yard
French Serge, ynrd wide,
worth 2.25 yard ...
Hope Muslin, yard .
Bungalow' Aprons, assorted
patterns, special at .
House Dresses, ginghams
and percales in a variety of
patterns, worth 1.08. your
109 North Muti