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The Tulsa star. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1913-1921, October 09, 1920, Weekly Mail Edition, Image 4

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THE TULSA STAR, Snjurdny, Oct. U, 1020
EVERY
IS READY
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Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
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Oct. 12, 13, 14, & 15
On the COODY JOHNSON Ranch
,7. Cood Johnson and one of Jizs thoroughbreds
Vr.
Tie State Superintendent of llducation has
granted a 'J days holiday to nil Colored Schools
in tho Stale that the Iclddies and teachers may
attend this Fair. Come out and bring the little
follcs.
Attractions vary from old time Tiidian Hall
Games to the flying of a late Model Curtis Air
plane with passengers.
The exhibits to be seen at this Big Fair will
equal those seen at any other Fair in the State.
Four days jammed Full ef joy rnd funDon't
miss it! Splendid view, fine spenery. Come ln
your A.uto and bring some friends. Fair located
on State Highway.
Tnlce a vacation and enjoy yourself. Thaus?
ands of others will be there. Be counted among
them. Invite your friends and their families to
.attend this Great Negro State Fair.
J. COODY JOHNSON, PRBSIDBNT.
Mrs. Virginia Davidson, Sec'y.
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