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THE TULSA STAR, January 29, 1921.
Wigs for Sale for Colored
Made in four parts. Made of Nice Wavy Hair.
$18.00 Wigs for $12.50. Transformations and
Switches $5.00 Values for $3.50.
NEW YORK HAIR SHOP
Third Floor Over Rcnbergs, 319S. Main.
S SHOE POLISH LT
Made in Muscogee
317 N. 18th Street MUSKOGEE, OKLA.
Look At This
vvm orjrv and stall nil Iclntisi rtt Stnnnnrl X
STAY WITH US
17 North Lansing Street
EVERY ROOM IS NIFTY
Mrs. Dora Brown, Prop. Tulsa, Okla.
Hand Furniture, Call the
Blue Front Furniture
Phone O. 233 J
JSo. 4 A Main St
THE GOODS MUST HE $
OU THE SALE IS NO GOOD
YOU ALWAYS GET THE BEST AT
TRADERS NO. 4
JULIUS HENKE, Prop.
PHONE OSAGE 6970 105 EAST FIRST 3
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
LADIES GARMENT ARCHITECT
Fancy and Simple Sewing
J Special Work in Fitting, Cutting, Designing, Remodelling and Building
uowns and other Garments for Ladles
See Mme. Corinne Graham
545 N. Detroit Phone Cedar 103C
AVEWOKA and WAGONER, OKLA.
To The ninny Headers of the Tulsa
I his comes to let you know the
wishes of the paper in tlili New
Year we must start it alright, and
ip no so wc must suDscrilje and read
Our Paper of lh Race and nlso n.
courage our children, our Member
of our Lodges and Churches to read
I lio same.
From the date of October 5, 1920,
wc oi. juiiu uiiiim i,ougc nas neon
husj looking forward to light and
uplift by listening to our humble
Servant as Grand Lecturer of the
State of Oklahoma. I have not had
a pleasant sail thus far, but I have
said just what the Lord gave me ut
terance to say. I also have fol
lowed the path of dul as I have
seen It. I still see the importance
of leading first your own papers,
and help the Race and humanity.
Remember that some little girls
are depending on your support in
this lonesome world. I h 'ix the
man readers and ii.OOO .Master Ma
sons and over .'1,000 ladies of the O.
!:. S. all f the jurisdiction of Okla-
naina will remember those that
stand in need.
I am told it takes money to make
money. IT this is true, ou must
spend money for sometning to feed
our brain, jour ejes and your
Soul. The Blhh and our Race pa
pers will do it.
My Work an Grand Lecturer On
M working sheet was .sent to me
on tlie 2nd day of October, 1920
with 217 Lodges on line in this
beautiful State, but at this writing I
hae only 119 lodges o make. While
I have been in one Train wreck on
the Fort Smith and Western Rail
way 1 have asked the protection of
God to care for nic and others along
the line of life.
I am at this writing in the Office
of Hon. S. T. Wiggins, Pass G. M. A.
F. A. M. and W. M of 103, Wagoner,
Okla and Secretary of Bureau of
Endowment of G. L. O. O. F.
Calhoun Lodge, Muskogee, Mof
fet, Holland, Muskogee and Oklaho
homa City are along the line with
the best lodges of the State. I am
enrouto to Tulsa and other Lodges
in the Northern portion of the State
I have been able to have a number
of Lodges to meet in joint session
and love and harmony are among
the Lodges. It seems to be a great
revival on in tills Sta e this year.
At this writing the report of Lon
McNeil shows 428 new Policies have
been sent out sine Webber has been
installed as Grand Master.
While in Muskogee on Jan. 18, I
had the pleasure of shaking hands
with many pleasant Masons, Past
Grand M e,(cr Stewart's hand was
as soft a, usual and the same old
pleasant smile on his face.
The home of Grand Patron W. L.
Wade was all a place of pleasure
with the kind smiles of his loving
wife, mother and sister and above
all those little children, boy and girl
My stay was beyond expression.
I ask all to remember the little
fatherless girl who lost her father
on the 13th of Sept., 1920, wo is try
ing to keep her faher's paper going,
namely the National Defender and
Sun of Gary, Ind.
I shall write again when the
Brothers give me nn idle day.
I. II. BROWN, Grand Lecturer.
ALL WORK FIRST CLASS
See A. E. Henderson
Furniture Repairing, Crating and
Furniture Packing, Upholster
ing and Rcfinishing
G23 North 9th St. Fort Smith, Ark.
DR. MACDONALD'S DREAM BOOK
The most comprehensive and
Scientific boog on this sibject ever
New Edition now rendy Price 20e
ATLAS PRINTING CO.
Dcpt. T. Birmingham, N. Y.
COA.L, m COAL, COA.L
Henryetta Nut 813.00 per Ton
Domestic JLump $12. OO per Ton
Mine Run - - ll.OO per Ton
Consumers Coal and
Osage 8748 Osage 3748
First Published in the Tulsa Star
Jan. 22, 1921.
In tin nuirlni rv..,-i .. T..1
County, State of Oklahoma.
Alfred Fowler Plainlff
nnlhpi- Knwlni rr i .
I lie State of Oklahoma to the above
YOU Will tnlfn Itnllnn !.
liavc been sued in the above named
l.flllrl llv llln nlmtrn ilnlnllfr t
divorce on the grounds of adultery
Hill tllnl ..U . ..
..j "i uiueas you answer tlie
petition filed by this plaintiff in
'?!,' Col,lr.t "y.iiic 7th day of March
..-i, aam lieiiuuu win dc laKcn as
true and judgment granting to the
lllmtlllfr fi .li.r.ifnn .... .u:..
,.V uiiuill, UI1I1U111IIB, cull
celling, setting aside and holding
... " - , " o manual
with you and for other relief rcn-
iu.-ii.-u ucuuiuiiig io me prayer
Witnpcc mi linnd nni il. n nni r
said Cout this 18h day of January,
Francis Howe, Clerk,
Chas. B. Parker, Deputy,
II A. Guess, Atty. for Plaintiff.
Open Plumbing Shop
Mr. Shakcspcar Johnson well
known citizen and plumber has
opened up a plumbing shop on
Greenwood and Cameron Sts. Mr.
Johnson says he will spare no ex
pense in making his place a first
The North Side Drug Store will
cease to run on account of a Phar
macy and an up-to-date confection
cry will occupy the Building, 1124
GEORGE RODGERS, Prop.
ARE YOU SICK?
If so your greatest ambition should
be to get well the chiropractic way
(WilhOUt llrilDS nr Clirnnnrim) IV..
primary cause of all disease is pres-
ouiu uu mi neres mat leads out
from the spinal cord in the back
bone nnd these causes can not be
rtached with drugs or by operating
?! 1n)y Nay of 8e"in8 permanent
ed. I his can only be done by nn
uAiitin.-ui.xii ciuropracior. a trial
course will i-nnvlnno vnn If mill
cost you nothing to find out your
Luiiuiwuii aim a very nine to get
Woll. P.nmn nil vrtn llinf nil mm.1 nn
...... uu...w .... Jv ii una uiiu uiu
burden with disease and I will give
jou nuvicc iokc my adjustments upon
your spine and they will give you
health. Though we are despised and
fought by all other Doctors, we like
competition for we have had four
years experience and know what we
are doing and can find the cause
ui uiscitses anu Know now o remove
it if you are despondent and feel all
out and down talk it over with
DR. L. S. NEAL
Graduate Chicago Uaiveraity
7 E. Archer St. Tulsa, Okla.
First Published by the Tulsa
Star Jan. 8, 1921.
State of Oklahoma.
Count of Tulsa, ss.
In the District Comt of Tulra
County, Stale of Oklahoma.
Jinunie Bradshaw Plaintiff
J. E. Bradshaw Defendunt
State of Oklahoma to J. E. Brad
shaw: You will take notice that you
have been sued in the above named
court by the plaintiff Jimmie Brad
shaw for ohsolute divorce setting
forth as the grounds thereof, aban
donment and unless you answer
the petition of the plaintiff herein
on or before the 18th day of Feb
ruary 1921, the said petition will he
taken as trnr nml tnrifffr.iotit tn-
said plaintiff will ne rendered
FRANCES HARVEL, Clerk of
E. I. SADDLER, Atty for Plain-
CHAS. B. PARKER, Dcpty. Clerk
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Reginall Cocoa Balm Special
Reginall Cocoa Balm 35c
neginan anampoo jelly 25c
Reciliall Sunreme Prtinir Oil 0
Reginall Skin Food & Whitenerl25c
uegmau louet Soap 25c
For Sale Everywhere
By Druggists and Agentt
Write for Special Terms to Agents
THE REGINALL LABORATORY
161 Bell St. Atlanta Ga.
CALL FOR YOUR
Fish, Oysters, Chickens and Eggs
Southern .Fish, Oyster, Produce and
hones, Osage 550 Cedar 205. I S. Lansing. Tulsa, Okla
WHERE TO BUY ON EASY PAYMENTS. AND FOR LESS
Beldman Furniture Co.
WE HANDLE A COMPLETE LINE OF FURNITURE. CARPETS.
RUGS, LINOLEUM, BEDDING, STOVES, PHONOGRAPHS, ETC.
COME AND MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME.
Phone Osago 5755 24 E. First 8t
YOUNKMAN'S RED CROSS PHARMACY
Brady Hotel Building.
HIGH CLASS PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS
If you want your Prescriptions DUcd with the purest of drugs,
bring them to us.
Prompt Service and Courteous Treatment Guaranteed.
Phone Osage 832
20 North Main SU
We use the pure unadulterated Radium Water juat as it comes
from Mother Earth for external and internal b iMis.
Don't get despondent because medicine lias failed to reach your
case. There is yet hope for you in RADPJM WATER.
Washington Bath House
MRS. MARY HARRISON, Prop.
Guarantee Clothing Store
2 North Main Street
l'uc store that handles Men and Boys' Clotlies. We want
your patronage. We will give you honest., courteous
treatment and low prices in return
COUNCIL No, 27. I. I. O. of W. M.
Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday nights
in each month at the Cherry
Cleaver Hall. Visitors invited.
WM. CUNIGAN W. R.,
J. E. HARDY, W. S.
FLOWER OF-TULSA LODGE
No. 9834 G. U. O. of O. F. meets 2nd
and 4th Monday ninhts In each
month at Cherry-Cleaver HalL
M. J. BELIN, N. G.,
J. E. HARDY, P. S.
COSMOPOLITANLODGE No. 247
I. B. P. O. E. of W. meets on 1st and
3rd Tuesday nights in each month
at Elks' Rest Room, Corner Elgin
& Archer Sts. Visiting brothers
DR J. SM1THERMAN, E. R.
J. E. HARDY, Secretary.
STAR HAIR GROWER
Wonderful Hair Dressing and Grower.
1,000 ACENTS WANTED.
Wo want o-
sonts In overy
city and village
This Io a won
tion. Can bo
used with or
Irons and by
One 1S cents
box proves Its
valuo. Any per
son that will
U8o a 25o box
will be con
vinced. No mattor
what hos failed
to grow vour
hair. Just glvo
a trial and be
Sond 25o for
full slzo box.
If you wish to
beoome an a
gent for this
send 3I.0O and we will send you a full supply that vau onn h-ill,
work with at once; also agent's terms. you 00n bes,n
Send all money by money ordsr to
THE STAR HAIR GROWER MF'R.
P. O. Box 812, Greenshnrn. m A1