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ONE NIGHT ONLY
Whitney and Tutt
A New, Sensational Jazzonian Operetta
Jan. 25, 1 92 1
Book and Lyric Written by Whitney & Tutt.
Music Written by James J. Vaughn.,
BETTER THAN EVER
PRICES 75c. to $1.50
js Made in four parts. Made of Nice Wavy Hair.
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2 - 3
Wigs for Sale for Colored
$18.00 Wigs for $12.50. Transformations and
Switches $5.00 Values for $3.50.
NEW YORK HAIR SHOP
Third Floor Over Renbergs, 319 S. Main.
Made in Muscogee
317 N. 18th Street MUSKOGEE, OKLA-
We use the pure unadulterated Radium Water just as it comes
Irom Mother Earth for external and internal luMis.
Don't get despondent because medicine has failed to reach your
case. There is yet hope for you in RADIUM WATER.
MRS. MARY HARRISON, Prop.
IIAKV.ttl) COLORED HI'ltlNTKIiS
HARKED IN SOUTH
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.. Jan. 22
llarvuid's 'varsity tracks team,
which planned a southern trip
for the springs recess will not go
ui-iuw uie .Mason jjixon line as a
result or action by the University
Of Iruinlll :mil I lie tlntlntmt fi,,l
iny. To n communication from
.unjor itch v. .Moore, general
manager of athletics at Ilrvard,
saying the Crimson team included
two athletes of Colored blood, both
institution replied that they con
sidered it best under the circum
stances that track meets scheduled
with Harvard in April should not
Tlics cancellation has been made
by Harvard, Major Moore saiil to
day, adding thai the initiative in
the matter was taken by him.
FROM THE CHILDREN'S CLUI1
Jan. 9, 1921
The club was largely attended
Sunday and many new members
enrolled. We extend a welcome to
The deportment of the children
was so very good until I can't make
an Honor Roll this week. They
all arc on.
The members loudly applauded
when their report of last year's
work was read. Each member is
bubbling over with energy and re
solved to do more this year.
We take pleasure in publishing
our last year's report.
Creeds "" $3o.SG
Collected in club 9.00
Christmas Tags . 21.56
Car Rides 3.73
Secretary's book .13
3 Dresses $-1.50
Money , 1.50
Flowers , 1.50
1 quart ice cream, 2 jars jelly, 3
eggs, 3 pairs shoes (children's), 3
old dresses, 1 coat, 1 sweater, 3
skirls 1 hose, 1 hat 2 horses Empty
Stocking fund S.'i.OO, 3 capj, 1 doll,
3 books 2 horns, seven dozen oran
ges, 3 pair unions, 2 set blocks, 15
yds. outing 5 yds. ginghams, 11 pair
hose 2 bottles medicine, 8 cans peas
to Charity Xtnas dinner at Dunbar
Cafeteria, 8 cans peas and 1 tub.
We thank every one who contri
buted to us and wish you a Fros-
Icrous and nappy .New Year.
Alma Hardy, Secretary,
Tousskiut Smithcrman. Tresis..
J. P. Hampton, President,
Mrs. F. R. Williams, Supervisor.
Jan. 1G, 1921
We were verv clad fo have Mrs
lid. Howard and Mrs. L. V. Gilmorc
with us Sunday. Ms. Howard gave
ui i uiiL-i niui.iiivc oi me ciumreii
in Louisiana Poor little children,
how we svinnathize with them I
And how grateful we should be
when we compare our lot with
theirs. Mrs. Gilmore told the story
of Rro. Drought and Rro. Rain.
Tlie story was told so clearly and
interestingly until tliu children
begged for another.
Thcsd ladies promised to come
often and help Mrs. W'lliams in the
Three cheers were given little
Marion Evelyn Johnson for having
not missed a meeting since the
Come early next Sunday and
hear Mrs. Gilmorc tell some of
Uncle Rcimus' stories.
Alma Hardy, Secretary.
support at the polls, if life lasts, as
J". 11. 1921'.
Dear Editor of the Tulsa Star.
I havn rpnil vnnr i'rtt!n.f nf ii.
cruel treatment the unbraincd
white officers arc doing. I wish
you would remind tbe public that
we Colored people haven't lost n
safe yet and we can refer to two
having been stolen from under the
jail you iuay say. Only three
blocks from the door.
ISow you have written a wonder
ful thing a warning and every
word is the truth. We will stand
just n little of that Republican do
ing and then it will be blood shed
like you said.
Editor, yoo seem to write it
straight regardless of what it mny
be about and you shall have my
How To Rid tho House of th Pst
By Dr. A. It Lewis
State Health Commissioner
Though it has henn nrnvmi tlinl
tlie lowly bedbug is not, as a rule,
u iransiniuer oi disease, yet It has
also been proven to the satisfaction
of most housekeepers, at least, that
the bedbug is one of thc worst
pests with which the household
When the metal beds took the
place of the wooden ones, the habi
tation of tin bedbug received a
great blow, but this did not com
pletely throw him out of a home.
In some instances he merely moved
Usually he crawled in thc folds and
seams of the mattress but when
these places were exposed, be
sought safety n the wall paper or
behind thc wainscoting.
"Tlie bedbug thrives particularly
in filthy apartments and in old
houses. Tlie old fashioned, heavy,
wooden slatted bedsteads afford
especially favorable situations for
thc concealment and multiplication
of this insect, and the general use
in later years of iorns and brass
bedsteads has greatly facilitated its
c.adication." says a report of the
U. S. Public Health Service.
Thc following remedies arc In
expensive, easily prepared and
may be applied by any house
To rid mattresses of bedbugs:
take a three percent solution of
carbolic acid, spray on affected
parts. Another remedy is thc ap
plication of thick salty brime witli
an old toothbrush. To make the
brime, put a half gallon vessel on
tbe stove, fill nearly full with wa
ter, heat to the boiling point and
begin adding salt.. Pour in suffic
ient salt (common table or coarse
salt) to make the liquid thick and
then spread the "salt paste" along
the edges of th; mattress or tick
with an old toothbrush.
Gasoline and sulphur are also
used effectively. Go over the iron
bedstead with a soft cloth that has
been dipped in gasoline. As a
general disinfectant and to rid the
walls of the pests, close the room
and burn sulphur in it. Best results
arc obtained when the room is left
close for twenty four hour.s
Rev. L. E. Nelson, pastor of the
A. M. E. Church of Pawhuska, was
in the city Friday, leaving this
morning to return home.
Miss Daisy Hughes, a prominent
young lady of Tulsa, who spent the
fall and greater part of the winter
in Chicago, relumed home Thurs
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U you want LONG and BEAUJ.1
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It stops itching, stops the hair from
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Reginall Cocoa Balm Special
Reginall Cocoa Balm 35c
Reginall Shampoo Jelly 25c
Reginall Supreme Pressing Oil 50c
Reginall Skin Food & Whitener 25c
Reginall Toilet Soap 25c
For Sale Everywhere
By Druggists and Agents
Write for Special Terms to Agents
THE REGINALL LABORATORY
1G1 Bell St. Atlanta Go.
COUNCIL No, 27, I. I. O. of W. M.
Meets 2nd nn.l 4tli TiipsH-hj m'rrtif.
in each month at thc Cherry-
L.iuavcr nan. visitors invitcu.
WM. CUNIGAN. W. R.,
J. E.IIARDY, W. S.
FLOWER OP TIITJ5A innM
Xo. 9834 O. II. ( nt O I? TnPnU OnA
and 1th Monday nights in each
inonui at cncrry-L.icaver iiaiL
M.'J. BELIN, N. G.,
J. E. HARDY, P. S.
COSMOPOLITAN LODGE No. 247
I. u. I', o. E. of w. meets on 1st and
3rd Tuesday nights in each month
nt Elks' Rest Room. Corner Elnin
& Archer Sts. Visiting brothers
DR. J. SMITHERMAN, E. R.
J. E. HARDY, Secretary.
n akii. Annnrnu x
WILLIAM!) & MJN 5 liKUbtKT
Wishes You a Merry Christmas and
Prosperous New Year
We any the Best Groceries and Fresh
Meats to Be Had
951 N. Hartford Street Tulsa, Qkla.
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MAI WlJLrt UJ)
Benjamin B. Hampton & ElUnge F.Warner
5w -J fcS
motr powerui picture
0 r A sm a IV Wit m,w
17 North Lansing Street
EVERY ROOM IS NIFTY
Mrs. Dora Brown Prop. Tulsa, Okla.
Look At This
W buy and. sell all lclnds of Second J
Hand. Furniture. Call the
Blue Front Furniture
No. 4t N. Main St Phone O. 933
THE GOODS MUST BE
OR THE SALE IS NO GOOD
YOU ALWAYS GET THE BEST AT
TRADERS NO. 4
JULIUS HENKE, Prop.
PHONE OSAGE 6970
105 EAST FIRST
WHERE TO BUY ON EASY PAYMENTS AND FOR LESS
Boldman Furniture Co.
WE HANDLE A COMPLETE LINE OF FURNITURE. CARPETS
RUGS, LINOLEUM, BEDDING, STOVES, PHONOGRAPHS, ETC.
COME AND MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME.
Phone Osage 5755 24 E. First St.
Dixie Theatre Sunday and Monday, Jan. 23-24.
Wo handle Detemer Woolen Suits. Mado to Order at Reasonable
Prices. HATS Cleaned and Blocked. Wo make a Specialty of Wo
men's Wearing Apparel.
Wo Are Located at
16 NORTH MAIN STREET
at vry Reasonable price.
For Your Ovrn Personal Good.
and JBenmfii You Jlre Invited
to the Store or
ONE POLICY and ONE PRICE
The W or Kingman's Store
10 Eaat Firit Street Tulsa, Oklahoma
CALL FOR YOUR
Fish, Oysters, Chickens and Eggs
Southern Fish, Oyster, Produce and
hones, 0age 550-Cedar 205. 1 S. Lansing. Tulsa, Okla.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS
Tllf. rncnilnl nnnHa.li iiWt..
Hon for teachers' county cellfi
cates will be held in tho office of
County Superintendent, Thursday,
Friday and .Saturday, January 27th
28th and 29th, 1921, heinnfng at
MINNETTE HEDGES County SupL