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SUCCESSOR TO THE toUSKOGhu STAR
Vol.1, No. 47
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, 1-RIDAV, SUIT H
riuliMniption $1.00 Par Yur
f Muskogee To Get
hJSIegro Business MenMeet In, August
The next meeting of the Nation'
al Negro HusiuesH Men's league
will meet In AugiiHt, 1914, ut Mus
kogee, and judging from the re
jHtrlt coming from thai oily the
wizard spirit is already ut work
t licit; and the Colored business
men, agisted by the Commercial
Club or thai city, will leave noth
ing undone to fittingly ewcrtaln
the league when it comes to Okla
homa. A stutewjde movement will be
.iiiim-hrd for the purpose of nrous-
iiif Interest and KettiiiK details of
Ihc woik lo ue uoue uuep up. i.
J. Klliott, K. l. Mckeus, if. i.
itewurt and Perdue aiv Home of
he Muskogee men who are push"
ig the issue.
PILLAR OF FIRE 600 FEET HIGH tyn $($$
MOSES' AND AARON'S NIGHTLY GUIDE POST 10 lit mill A l LU
AT TULSA DRY-FARMING CONGRFSS
To the Public:
WhereuH, the next meeting of
the Xufiouul Negro lttisiness
MenV League will meet in Aug
ust, 1HH, at Muskogee, Oklahoma,
Whereas, it behooves even. Col
ored man in the. state who "is en
gaged in any kind of business to
take a personal interest in tin
meeting and do everything pus
bible to help make ready for tin
great meeting of rare leaders.
Therefore, by authority vested
in jue as president of the local
Husiuess Men's league, 1 herehy
issue a eall for u meeting at the
public library, Qrcsniwnod ami
Cameron, Mouday night, Sepiein
her ai, for the purpose of reor
goniziug said league.
"As thcro went before thcra by
night a pilliir of lire to give them
light." Ex. XIII. 21.
Kor the first tlmo in history, since
that tnarveloua light brought the peo
ple of Israel out of bondage, another
pillar of tire will be used to call the
people of the viorU from labor to re
freshment at Tulsa.
The largest guB well In the world
U located within u few mile or
T.,l. It li hnlne DlDed Into tlio
tnnce of two hundred itrt or more
on account cf the hrJI !t creitm
N'o flame can be seen until tlif
Sub reaches the height of a tension
ot tire live hundred
n hundred feet thick will Illumine
the exposition grounds and the ti
of Tulsa i no clt us ever ilgh - ,idwn
In the hlstor or the worin sn , i i
owe will be cast of pvoptu and thin- I
fhe miles away. The flame Jt.-lr I
The Colored bov Scouts of tbi
r that n poiid pilar city are growing mure In tuvor
red feet In hcli'Itt and , with each passing sun. The VteU
lor me noys now is i iug yivnn.
to be given some time soon it the
This In being planned by Dep
ot v Slieiill Cleaver, who is vejy
mil) be seen (or a hundred mil. -
uiiirli enthused over the bov hCotlt
movement and he will Iw rendily
middle of the exposition grounds used Ous Is iheap In Okl-dumm 1 hi I movement and he will he Ifndil.V
by the International Dry-Farming Hcrai,e ,RB nBht lu the arerane n. m assisted b other citizen who d.-
Congress. It flows thirty million
ruble feet of natural ens dally and
when It Is tinned loose and lighted
on the night of October 22 the Ma
nors and delegates to the Congress
will wltnoss a sight that for awe
Inspiring magnificence has never
Six hundred feet straight Into the
air the gas Is shot by nature's
force below. Its nolao Is llko that
of an avalanche; Its power that ot
the cyclone. It will be controlled
and limited br electricity from a dls-
The Sand Spring- ear line e
tension i progressing nicely, all
ihiugH considered. Cars ate now
running as far a Cii-eciiwood urn
Kastnii. which is a gieat iclief to
the citizens in this part of town.
! average gas light lu the arerane hi u
1 uses but few e utile f"rl of -, i .
tan hour The great ga light at Tulsa
will bum fifteen million fet a nir'i
Nothing like, It hus eer been seen
since Moses led his people out f
Kgypt and Into the piomlceil land
Tlio Tulsa light will hivn a mini!: r
purpose, for It will gl to the world
a message of aKrlcultur.il hope and
will point the way to faim lirosprrit)
In all states and nations thinimu in
teachings of the Intel nalUMial I.
Farming Congress, for whohe meet
tug It Is burned
siic lo lend every cncnurasjciiieur
ilile to tlu-M' Imivs
A meetina of the Colored Bnsl
i .- League of Tulsa has been
i lied by W. L. Mch.ee, pisiaent
i f the old orgauir.ation, to meet
next Monday uight at the public
library for the purpose of reor
ganizing and getting in the game
for the 1D14 meeting of the na
tional organization. All citizens
of the East End are invited out
to this meeting in the call and a
lai(e attendance is expected.
The house at 21 K. Archar which
was occupied by white prostitutes
has deeo closed by the Chief of Po-
alltt and the bouse is now for rant
tn mi v retractable family. The
closing of this houae is a victory for
the re ipactablo people of the East
end and adds another feathes to
the plume of Chief Yoder.
lamb quit TAKING tNUFF
Threw Bex Away on'. Hampateasl
Health, but Was earthing tor
ft Next Morning.
Hnrste4 Heath mar rat contain a
precious relic of Charles Lamb. "Ont
lummer'a Tenlng," writes Hone, "I
was walkln , HuaDitul Heath
with Charlaa'Laab, and we had talked
oursklvea Into a phllocpbic contempt
of our Blavery to the haait of snuff tax
log, and with the Ins resolution or
otter again taking a atngle plooa we
threw our snuShoxea away frvm the
am on wuali wa atoc4, tar among tn
tune and brambles below, anil want
home lu triumph; t bcaa-tO bt vr)
utserabla, was wretched all Bight; U
Ue morniBg I was walking on the
" hill; I (w ChtxUa Lamb
low, staroajBtT among, the buabea: ha
looked up laughing, and saying; "What,
you are oesas to look for your s&uff
'"Oh. no, aald ), taking a piac
of s paper in my waistcoat pooket
wtux I0r r naUpenny wort to us
snop uut was open,'"
-The Blood Thai saved"
By Rev. James A. Johnson D. D.
Text Heb J- S."..
"And alnut all
thipgs are by the low,,, pureed with-
blood, nud without the shedding of
blocd is no reiuitsiou"
The apostle wrote this epistle to i
the Hebrew; a class of Jew? that
hud been convened to the christian ,
raugeou it ems tliat his enter on
jsct was to eituliliili the fundamen
tal principles of the doctrine of
Christianity, sod he define;, it ut
well as defeuds it. He clearly set
forth the Deity, the humanity, the
atonement and the intercession of
Christ as the great head of the chu
rch. Therefore th? apostle tell
them without the shedding of blood
there iano remistiou.
The bible has nine terms, lor
remission a- forgive, b- remit,
c- asiib away, d- sover up, e-blot
out, f- destroy, p.- wash away,
h- eleanse, and the last; make .them
as if tUy had never been.
Our text abverts to tli") adamic
inclination of man aud his sins of
omission aud commipsion. And it
is stranue yet true that since man
began to multiply and subdue the
earth, that ell his sins have been a-
toned for by tho shedding of blood
(Jo back to the days of patri
archs, they killed the lain!' the
dove, and the bullock, aud sprink
led the blood asking God to be
In Kgypt when the Israelites
had sufferad 400 year, tfud saw
their afflictions and heard their
cries. Ho commanded them to slay
the lamb's aud sprinkle the blood
on the door-poats.
New let us peep into the 200
year of otm slavery before the mil
war and sse'the many sins that
were perpetrated upon our parents
and hear them say. "Is there no
and Gilead for our afflicted
! At a meeting of tin.' city Commis
sioners today Jake I ilinrd v tih rc
jppnin ed Patrolman .n the Hast
hind, and he is now again rn his
beat. Dillaid was dismissed from
the service rmetime-ngo ami it
wi.s tin ugt he wo'-'d never bo ie-instated.
A Star c'jamber meetinR was held
ly n few reMtleiits of the Ka-t Km
and it if snidi commitee c lied on
the I'olice Comm'n-sioner and sked
that Mr. Diliard o put on a niu
stating that a muis mcelitift of all
t e best cititns had mot and sent
the. committee to wait upon the I'o
li e commissioner. Xrue of the I ail
iugciti7ciis however, kuowb any
thing adout lite- jneotin",.
rv..i 'I1 1) I ekkdii wii.h induced
I by hif lends to apply for the pcai
lion and be filed his papers ycrter-
il.tv. which wni cut irch too late as
i the stale was alt ndj made and the
and see the South with-druwiiig Comiiiiisioncr had promised to put
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'liiNu Coltxcd .School ojpciied
Moiidav, Sep!. 17, lrtKI, with u
Hic.tiei enrollment Thau ever.
All the teachers were present,
and beau their work with much
vll tin. tu'iiil. !iw hoiijutf suc
cess for tho Heboid and the teach-
is me woikiuu to dlitauiiuint no
one. who is thinking Kood, foCtW
The followluK teaditra muke
up the faculty that i proving to.
Ik? very stronK.
KIIN W. Wood, A. It., uriucv
pal of hij;h school.
.1. Hughes, piiuoija of
(' rades. - .
Mrs. .InhuKun, Mia. Hildj;ewa
ler, .Mrx. Wooda, Mih. Guess, Mr.
Martin, Mix. Lynch, MUs Hiuii,
Ml.. l,.,-r.-. Mlis-CotttUO, iluS
11l-r a it
Rev. Jas. A. Johnson
anil see cue floum wuu-uruing uomuuisioucr oau ijiumu.i .,, rn
from the Union, then the war came jjiUmd on It is boned that Dillutd
and blond was shed till it ran like
rivers, but our slavery was uioiieu
oul, by that shedding of blood.
Uut there was a .-hi'dilinc; of
blood that is worth more than nil
the-e, for when the priest- had
shed I he blood of lambs and offer-
Veil up their atonement, they hat
down t eat and rose up lo pla
and sin iifjnin.
Yes. when the wais were dined
nntwilhstanilinu the blood of
brave and fearless sons still stain
ed the pound. 'SIN" remained.
It was on Calvary thai the
hheddiui! of Christ's blood paid
the ilrht. Ye-, Mis lilooii semis
V.,c UK lilnnd covers sill,
His blood blots sin out.
His blood destroys the effect,
His blood cleanses us from nil sin.
His blood forjjives our sins
... ii i I-..1 mil- souls IIS
HIS OIIMIU lll"
white as snow.
oh, could we stnj: with fervor
like those of the pat.
What can wash away my sins,
Nothing but the moon oi .ui.u
will in iKe a better olTi er in I lie tu
tine t! an he as belne hia.diainisv
FCED AND FORAGE PRIZES.
Men to Compete at Tulsa
IS inern n 1 lu a nptnrn HV 1TOI
-Woodann T,i,ai.uu i.mtit Sent. 23 balm
"e mvduhj aeaj- r I ...
for tho l,enfit .,r tha i.nlilic readine goulsr
room Ti,a i win i at the The answer comes
tmui!-1-. . , . .- - h -hfiddinc of bloob there i no
, . euuc uurary ana letresHmeuis u -
vViclii- , .... . . " . . i .i .:-. Tkiu,, Inot-
"rTi "loas will be served during me rtmiistou xor iubsb iu. u-
What can make me whole iiRain,
Nothing but thn Wi" "f U'M11-
1 ih. precious i-. the flow,
That makes me while as .now,
No other fount 1 know,
-. ..i. t.nt the blood of .lesus.
-m h U:,, C.os,k.1 Hymns.
The Krowth of the livestock and
dairy Industries lu tho southwest la
today of so much Importance In profit
able fanning that special attention Is
balnK paid to ftod and forage ex
hlb'ts ut th International Soil Trod
ucta Bxposltlon at Tulsa. The lurK
i nrljo mer offered In forace class-
Uu In nnv cinosltlon will be kIvcii at
Tulsa next October for the beBt col
lection, by Individual farmer, of Rras
and forage se'eds. The prize will bs
an Ann Arbor hay-baler and a 0 li. p.
eatollue cnnlne, lven by the Ann
Arbor Machine company of Ann Ar
; bor. Michigan. The baler Ib adapted
for uso with auy sua power and the
! winner may select any C h. p. ks
engine made In the United States or
Canada. The value of the englnp and
I baler combined Is t7S0.
Another blK prize Is that for the
be6t yluld of silage from results an
nounced by uffldavlts of throo reput
able neighbors of contestant. Samples
b When The Star
The followinx ve.rrs were com
posed liv I. I. .nnur, u ..
Coloied'mnn of ihu cJt.V, who is
making himwlf famous h u poet.
This ioem has. Uh-ii dedicate! to
Hie editor oi me siur.
Hv L. t). Couiwc.
When the Tulftjt rttnr app"-.. , .
Out hearts leut with duUffat
l.'ne iis brave virtue utatld
On the izieat Imnioial fbjdu.
To raise the inoi-ul libbor, v
The war is itisi pej""-
The wolf is coming ueatr.
Lets fliiht from sun to nu. .
t;ii"'Vif' ; l
When the Tulsa war aper,
And Miit aiv home at nlttht,
You sliould always be in choer
At its (iieat moral fight.
When the Tulsa Star uplanir.
And yjiu led day or ulgnt,
l-'or its editor you must cheer
i-'or Ids brave inoral flight, .
As he stands every day
Mul carefully set the type
And then gniiiK ou Ills way,
lust thinking what if rletbt.
Twinkle, twinkle little Star,
We eiue inrt how Sinil you arc
When you twinkle, twinkle rtif.
Turn the ilarkncss tuio iigor.
The editor's name U Hrnhberiuaa.
A man of medium mimt.
And if he ever writer jou np'-
Yon need not be snrpri(i. P ,
Of all the impera near and far,
Thi'i-e are but few
You can compare
With the TtiKu Star.
of the yield to be shown at Tulsa. , . ., v .,,,,.,
Tbe priiV Is an Indiana Silo valued at The W.sley Chapel M. h. church
$250.00, given by thu Indiana Silo mvtvil will bfefiio Mouday mgbt
company of Kansas City. Mo. Other (, , 02 and will be couducttd by
special prizes aggregating uearly " ' ttnrrtK ,f MualVoa
1100.00 In value will bo given In tho the Hev. Dr. MeMorris ot HUi(B
Uid and forage clusses. Hev. T. J.Jones Pastor
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