The Tulsa Star (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 2, Ed. 1, Saturday, November 14, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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TULSA O K L A. STAR
News Around the City
Mrs. G. V. Harrison and Mr. and
Mra. Robert Johnson of 314 E.
Easton chof them from Christ-
1 n Co Ivy. met on Monday night
at Mra. E. Johnsons' on Easton for
the fust timejin 30 yeara. The meet-
ing was the ro ult of tho Sturs' cir-
culator Say U. Stop borrowing your friend8
Star and subscribo for just once'
Dr. A. F. Brypnt returned last
Sunday from a week business trip
to liis cotton farms in Arkansas nnd
Tenuesee. Io reports n splendid
time. Did you notico that smile on
Mra Bryants fnco Sunday night?
Why if sin had been sitting in front
of a fine baked oposum and sweet
notatres tho smile could not have
been any brighter she just looked
like she could eat sweet taters and
Mr. Frank Pearson who Nns shot
two weeks ago tomorrow is getting
along fine. His strong fortitude
witn the skill of two fine surgeons
and Goda' will Mr. Pearson will rise
again. Lra Bryant and Keys say
they never let u fellow die.
Mr. 0. V. Gullery hna re.ipened
his grocery not in the same old
placo but near just next dor.
Mri. W. M. James paid for The
Tulea Star for 3 months Monday.
Keep ooming good folks.
Mra Sofa Rodgera of Eastou and
Frankfort St ii still a very sick
woman. She has been compla niug
for nearly two years.
Mr. A. J. Douglass of Cincinnaty
St. is having a very fincjeombination
case mado for his harbor shop. Just
keep moving Jack you will get there
after a while. They can't keep a
good man down don't you know.
Mra. Lucindia Williams of Bryant
St. has a sick child.
Mr W. R Towres of Winfio'.d
Kans atop off in Tulsa Sunday
e left on an early evening train
for Okmulgee Gfcla.
Mr. M. Davis of Okmulgee passed
through. Tulaa Sunday on his way
to Bartlesville on a business trip.
Mr L. C. Milton of -113 N. Green-
wood brought in 9 head of fine large
tuikeya Monday nnd sold them be-
fore he could unhitch his team at
17 cents per pound. They aviraged
18 lbs each.
Mrs. A L.Phillips of 1' 5 North
Greenwood who has been visiting
friends in Dallas Tex. has return-
ed. Sh took in tho sights of two
states and The Texas State Fair at
Dallas and reports a good time.
Mr. Osborn Monroe of 408 E.
Easton is building a neat little cot-
tage on his place.
Daacon Audcraon of tho second
Baptist Church who is a carpenter
as well as a deacon has their Ta
bernacle at Elgin and Easton about
comploted and ready for sei vices
Mr. Westley Luko corner of
Easton and Extcr is putting the
finishing touch to his building.
Afro Americans of Tulsa What
do you tgink of the laundry busi-
ness? Wake up and look around
(lit- a is too much good money
going to waste.
SPKOIALSALB on unrodoemed olotlios
guns diamonds and watches at THE
SQUARE DUAL LOAN COMPANY FIVE
Agents for TrtE Tulsa Stah in
eAory state in the Union. You can
make a good salary by representing
one of the lsading race papers if you
Writ today Tho Tulsa Star U5
N. Greenwood Tulsa Okla.
Tell us if you don't get your paper
Mrs Garland hns made now ini-
nrovements on her very ncnt little
grocery store building.
Mrs. Cherry is doing a fine busi
nes ut Iift grocery business in N.
Dr. W. D. Bryant had a hurried
call over the long distance phone to
Hominey hist Friday.
Miss Klllo and Mnttlo Latlmn leave
Friday for Khv.idora Arkansas with hov-
Pay up your subscription.
Itov. S. S. Jones of Muskogee presi-
dent of tlio Stnto Ilaptlst convention
was In the city Wednesday night and
preached n sermon at the Mt. 7.1on
Tnbernalo on N. HIgln.
There is so much said about tho best
of us and so inileli b.id said about tho
worst of us that it does not becomes
any of us to talk about tho rest of us.
Wo sent .1 papors tho Tulsa Star to
Nleliolasvlllo Ky. last haturd.iy trough
tlio aid of Mrs. Hosa Claborn of 110 S.
Lansing. Como on gcod peoplo and
help and wo will glvo you a still In t-
or paper yet.
Mr. C. C. Llghtfoot of 80S N. Hartford
ordered and paid 2 months for The
Star sent to Mr. F. HrowHtor at Hags
well Tex. .lust lecop it up llilloy.
Katrvinu irnrn nrsnnlnil with a flue
boy last wool.-. Mother and child aro
There Wis a wedding In Tulsa tho
other night but wo will not tell who
tho parties wero. Tho groom gave a
stogy about it. Of course th.it fctogy
was a bribe.
Mrs. Mary Gllllain of Kansas City
Kans. is tho guest of her sister Mrs.
MeClaskey a ud her friend Mrs. G.
Herry of Williams St.
Mr.s. Li.ttlo Cameron of Sapulpa
Okla. passed through Tulsa Sunday on
her way to lLirtlesvlllo Okla. to visit
Mrs. Maud Sims is at tho Stone C03
Mr. Uobert Manuel of Hcggs Okla.
spent a fow brief hours in Tulsa visit
iug friends. l!ro. J. J. Jackson was his
Mr. nnd Mrs. O I) Farrar old citizens
of Tulsa who havo boon visiting in Old
Mexico fnra year returned to Tulsa last
Sunday morning. Mrs Karrar is vory
feoblo in health Thoy aro at tho
Charlstou House 020 X Elgin St Z
' Mr. L F Berry was a caller at
the Star office Tuesday and expres
sed himself as well pleased with
our new location and its general
F. P. Parchman has opened a nev
rooming house in the W. P. Woods
building 107 1-2 N. Greenwood
The Equitable Assurauce Society
of Oklahoma has opened a branch
office at 114 N. Greenwood St. The
only company selling a combination
policy for a premium of one dollar a
month and paying one hundred dol-
lars for death from sickness or ac
cidents. Their agent will bo pleased)
to call on you and explain their .
contract. Phono -1280. i
Mrr nnd Mrs. Phillips were callers
at the Star diKco Monday.
Mrs. R G. Lowis and Mrs. A. L.
Phihips of this city returned home J
Monday from Dallas Tex. where
thoy wo revisiting rolatives and
Mrs. Ben Lofton of 2T N. Che
yenne who has been sick for tho
last four weeks is rapidly impro-
ving under tho care of Dr. Bridge-water.
Who is This Man?
Will Mr. J. M. Henderson please
call at The Star office? Important
G. II. Moreland special agent for
the Equitable Assurance Society is
in town writing Insurance Accident
sickness and funeral benefit all for
one dollar. Office 111 N. Green-
wood. Phono 42S0.
Mrs. Ida Crout has moved from
401 N. Extcr to 518 Noitli Extcr.
Goiim up some Mrs. C
Miis Grace Thomas of Coweta
UKin. ran away irom nome nisi
wcok nnd camo to Tulsa and was
picked up by officer Hodges and
turned over to her fnther who came
Mrs. Luln O'Neal of 17th and Oak
St. Kunsns City Mo. has been the
qu'et guest of Mrs E M Thomns
of 517 N. Greenwood Ave She will
return homo Monday.
Mrs. Minnie Smith of N". Green-
wood reports tho denth of her
cousin Mr. Clyde Gsbom of Pawnee
Ok'a. this being tho fifth death in
the family in 0 months.
G. 11. Moreland of Milskogco special
ngent of tho Equitable Assuranco So'
clety is In tho city doing business.
Or is He More Than Man?
MADE IN AMERICA AND BY
Artistic Productions of Patriotic nnd
(Sun Juan Hill.)
"Welcome to Heaven."
"A Mother's Love."
And many other beautiful pictures In
which tho Negro Is depleted.
Black and White and In Colors.
These pictures aro all NEW and Just
on tho market for sal.
Hustling wldo-awako agents either
sox wnnted in all Oklahoma towns
Writo now and sccuro big commission
DOUGLASS SPECIALTIES CO.
616 So. Third St. Muskogee Okla.
PROF. H. ABBAS
THOUSANDS OF TULSANS society leaders business and professional
men. ricli and poor bellovo him THE SUl'EllMAN of tho ngo. WHO IS 1IET
Tlio only seer prophet and clairvoyant tlio AHCH-MYSTIC of nil acknowledged
Psychic In tho world and only cno publicly and universally recognized In
Europe ns well as In this country and city. WHO IS HE? Tho only solitary
spirit-genius and dream medium In all tlio world.
THE MOST KINDLY MODEST helpful wholehearted and Bympatuoiic inau
In this world.
Yom confldct co r.o.-s out to lilni because ho keeps his word nnd becauso
ho docs all and more than any other oen dreams or pretends to do. Ho la tho
friend of tho city olllcials of thoho In power ho Is tho confident of hundreds ot
tho most prosperous successful and happy peoplo In tills great community and
It Is to him thoy glvo tho credit for It all plain as an old she ho welcomes
everybody rich and poor the suffering tlio pursued tho troubled the disap-
pointed tho ambitious thoso seeking power and wealth and otllco thoso who
nro victims ot love or whoso lovo Is unrequited tho trustful tho skeptic oven
tho scoffer nnd tlio unbollover It makes no difference It mnttors not Abbas
knows all Abbas sees nil Abbas understands all Abbas tolls you all plainly
surely swiftly Abbas conceals nothing because Abbas fears nothing ho Is
tho great friend who will glvo you rest and bring you your deslro your hope
your object. Abbas makes no comessslon to iinyono; his charge is living
wage and nothing moro; his llfo is his nor any man's but his. Ho nlono In all
Tulsa offers this week a complete reading at half-price by this you get readings
Just as cheap as thoso who aro less competent and you aro positively guar-
anteed satisfaction no feo In advance; if you are not satisfied It will cost you
nothing. Is that not honest? Could nnythlng ho moro fair? Trot. Abbas Is
ordained spiritual minister therefore ho don't cater to tho Ignorant aud
curiosity seekers. You can consult him on nil affairs ot llfo no matter what;
everything business lovo courtship marriages dlvorco deaths wills deeds
lottery mortgages races stocks bonds lands farms roal ostato loans Invest-
ments Insuranco property changes travels speculations monoy onomles
friends law suits dreams etc; wealth nnd happiness brought about through
his powers It you yearn for anything call Instantly tomorrow may bo too late.
(Abbas reunites tlio soparnted settles lovers' quarrels and causes spoedy and
happy marriages with tlio one of your cliolco locates buried treasuro oil mlnos
etc. removes ovll inlluenres; lndy attendant. 204 Soutli Moulder nvonuo ono
block west of Main street cures long standing sickness low fees. Hours
every day 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.
204 South Boulder Ave
Prepare Now For '1 he Adversities of
Think of yourself your loved ones what will happen to
them. You cannot afford to be un-protected when these
magnificent benefits can be had at such small cost JOIN NOW
We give the most protection for the least cost. Policies for
every one. Call or write.
CHAS- JOHNSON Agt. for THE SOUTHERN SURETY CO.
Specialist in clearing land titles. Phone No. 35GG
216 E. ARCHER ST. TULSA OKLA.
ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE
Our meals nnd short orders are prepared by experienced
hands and always give satisfaction.
JAS. CHEATHAM Prop and DAY CHEF
C. C. MASSEY Night Chef
THE PEOPLES DRUG CO.
Dealers in High Class Drugs
Toilet articles and Sundries.
Invites you to visit their Store.
Cold Drink Fountian in Con-
nection. Thk Peopliis Duoo Co.
Dr. D. S. Bryant Mr
101 N. Greenwood.
Mra. Cardealia Montgomery wifo of
Mr. Isaac Montgomery whoso homo
is in Independence Kans. will move
to Tulsa about tho 20th. inst and
will bo ni home to her many friends
at 10 2 S. Schyenenco St.
Mrs. Dulah Miller of Perry Okla.
is in the city tho guest of her father
and mother Mr. and Mrs Robert
Johnson of 314 E Easton.
Home Underting Co No. 2
Open Day and Night.
Remember us in your sorrow.
H. W. RAGSDALE Manager
114 N. Greenwood
Woman to do" regular weekly wash-
ing Call nt Star office 115 North
Mme. Z. B. Hotderness
Cures Tetter Eczema and
A Trial will convinco you. My spoptally pre-
pared Hair Oil will bo sont to any
on receipt of 50 cents a Box.
316 North Frankfort Street TULSA OKLA.
Just received a consignment
of 1000 samplos of woolens for
suits and they are nobby ones
too. Wc are leaden in low
prices. Handlers of all kinds of
second hand goods
Cleaning. Pressing and Re-
pairing work called for and de-
livered 518 E. Archer. Phone 2573.
Partce Bldg. Wm Walker Prop.
Statement of the Ownership Manage-
ment Circulation Etc. Required by'
Tho Act of August 24 1912.
Of Tlio Tulsa Star published Week-
y at Tulsa Oklahoma for October 1.
Kdltor A. J. Sinltherman Tulsa Ok-
lahoma. Iluslnoss Manager J. H. 3mitherman.
Publlshor A. J. Smtthorman Tulsa
Owners A. J. Sinlthorman.
Known bondholders mortgages and
other security holders holding 1 por
com or more or total amount of bonds
mortgages or other securities: Non.
A. J. SMITHEItMAN
Sworn to and subscribed befor m
this 2nd day of Octobor 1914.
(Seal) q. w. Hutchtns
Notary Public for said County ud
My commission expires April lit.
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Smitherman, Andrew Jackson. The Tulsa Star (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 2, Ed. 1, Saturday, November 14, 1914, newspaper, November 14, 1914; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72688/m1/3/: accessed April 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.