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nn uu all w UUK UWW PRINTING AND WE ARE PREPARED TO DO YOURS
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TO THESE THREE ASSETS WE OWE OUR
SUCCESS IN BUSINESS
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is to be found in every job that goei out of our
plant. We use only the best grade of printing
materials and every customer receives the sane
consideration. Our prices, based upon conserva
tive business principles, are always fair.
is made easy and pleasurable because we have
everything necessary for artistic work of all kinds.
If you must have printing, you ought to have the
best. WE DO IT. We take orders for cuts and
will design your work. Color Printing a Specialty.
Phone O.S931 The Tulsa Star Printing & Publishing Co. Tulsa, okia
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Local and Social! Notes
Mr. Alphonso Jefferson of Mus
kogee was a called at tho Star Of
Mrs. Lucy Moore of this city
who spent the holidays visiting
friends and relatives in, Arkansas
returned home Mocldny, reporting
a very pleasant trip.
The T-artipc Art P.lit woe nt.rl
tained at the residence of Mrs
Smitherraan on North Detroit
Thn Fill1 n-ilirn at Xfaennlo Wntl
Thursday night, Jan. 20th, for the
benefit of the Children's Play
ground, was a decided success.
Misses Virginia Ross and Dcaury
Gray of Oklahoma City and atten
dants of the Sapulpa Training
School spent the week with their
aunt, Mrs. Bertha Wilson.
LOST One sold Double Enle
32 degree Masonic watch charm.
Finder will please return to Dr. A.
F. Bryant, 108 N. Greenwood, and
receive liberal reward.
Miss Judythe Horton was a caller
at the Star Office Monday, bringing
the weekly news of the Children's
Club, whirh hoc rlnnn wnndAN fr.
the kiddies under the supervision
of Mrs. F. R. Williams.
Mrs. Marie N. Williams of the
SUr Office, spent Saturday in
Muskogoe in tie interest of the paper.
Tka Mftwnlo Ball Thursday
night was a brilliant success. Bert
Davis was one at tka leading fig
ures in promoting the dance.
Buy your stationery supplies at
the Star Office, 126 N. Greenwood.
School ftlinnlfoe fnr ol nt llm
Star Office 126 N. Greenwood.
Miss Hut h Walton, one of the
r'y School Icachers returned to
lulsu Saturday night after an ab
sence of three weeks on account of
illness. She resumed her work
Monday morning. We arc all glad
to see her hack.
In a preliminary game the Faculty
Team defeated the "Y" team bv a
score of 21-3. y
Prominent Tulsa Man Visiting in
,.i.1!I J r 1r,essley, prominent
utuen and Hotel man ot this city
left last week for Hot Springs, Ark.
wiicre he will take a course of bat"s
and a much needed rest. The Star
wishes him well.
Watch This Space
W. C. REID TOWNSITE COMPANY
220 M N. Second Street,
Pkmes HC3 & 2111
I'rankfort St., was struck by an
uulo last week while stepping from
a street car. She was thrown sev
eral feet and sustained several
bruises and will probably lose two
or more front teeth.
Mesdames II. E. Rector and II. II.
Harrison of 314 E. Easton St.,
entertained a few of their friends
at whist luesday night, Jan. 18th.
Alt present spent a delightful
Guarantee Clothing Store
2 Nortli Main Street
rhc store that handles Men and Boys' Clothes. We want
your patronage. We will give you honcsC courteous
treatment and low prices in return.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Of International Bible Students'
Tuesdays.: 7.:00 P. M. to 8:30 P. M
Wednesdays.: 7.:0U "P. M to 8:00 P.
M praise and Testhuony.
niviiay:,.7:(K) ? ,M' to 8:a M
Divine Plan of the Ages.
Friday.: 7 P. M. to 8.:30 P M. Rcv-
elaUon and Ezekiel.
Su'ld?y. II A. M. to 12:30 P. M.
Children's Questions and Divne
lan of Ages. 1 P. M. to 3 P. M.
labernaclc Shadows; 3:00 P. M.
to 4.:30 P. M.-EzckicYs Temple.
Wo desire it understood that eve
rybody is welcome to attend these
c asses. The fact is that these
classes are being held for the very
purpose of helping anybody who is
teachablo to understand the Bible.
The table is set for those who de
sire to eat. It costs you nothing
but your lime. We never have any
collection. Seats are always free.
I wish to remind you that because
the International Bible Students
never take up collection and always
give their services without money
and without price they are hated
y the most of the preachers. I ask
you to judge for yourself as to vho
Is showing more of the Lord's
spirit? The one who will give you
the Truth without money and with
out price or the one who says in so
many words Uiat unless the dollars
are forthcoming I will not preach
We have a nice, clean, warn and
roomy place for meeting.
PLACE 825 East Easton St.
RICHARD J, HILL,
Davis Filling Station
Wishes You a Merry Christmas
and Happy New Year
TRY OUR IDEAL GASOLINE and OILS
We will be delighted to furnish you with the
various automobile accessories
CARS WASHED AT REASONABLE PRICES
W. D. DAVIS, Prop.
626 North Lansing : : ; Tulsa, Oklahoma
COAX COAL, COA.L,
Henryetta Nut $13.00 per Ton
Domestic Lump $12.00 per Ton
Mine Run - - $ U.OO per Ton
Consumers Coal and.
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YOUNKMAN'S RED CROSS PHARMACY
Brady Hotel Building.
HIGH CLASS PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS
If you want your Prescriptions filled with the purest of druas.
Dring them to us. ",
Prompt Service and Courteous Treatment Guaranteed.
Phone Osaze 832 ' 20 North Md St.
LADIES GARMENT ARCHITECT
Fancy and Simple Sowing
Special Work in Fitting, Cutting. Designing, Remodelling and Building
Gowns and other Garments for Ladies
See Mme. Corinne Graham
545 N. Detroit
Phone Cedar 1036
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