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TUL&A, UKLA., STAR
THE TULSA STAR
Printingand Publishing CO.
Published Bvery Friday it Sol N'irth Greenwood Street.
Htitnro.1 nil rliw imiu-r April II. 1013, at t m I' t nilk'u at Till. -I
tkUhuuti, iimlur thi- Act nf Mircli J, Mi'J.
I. J. SMI THERM AN
Mrs, 0. B. Smitherman
EDITOR AND PUBL1SHE
ceW 5fe,? iw and Around Sown, fru y AnfJ Of
MIMIIIII ntint lilti UUUG rJlU.ll
j. t IWRKY
z? lAil Li rrnit
Wuildlt .Vow . -
The Wesley 'hnv M K hur
revial will begin Mutida uiel."
Sept. 22 nod will Iw conducted by
the Hev Dr McMurris of Mtiskopi t
Ke T J Jones I'at r
A number of TuNiiu left Moll
day iiiiiinin for Xa-hville to nr
tend tin- National l!upti-t couvcii
tion. Among lliem were .Ml--.
Wiiiren and Mr-.T. I. .ItickMiii.
The Demand for the East End
The need for a good titan man on the polite forte in the East
Knd is growing more apparent every day It is a hardship on one
nan to stay on duty more than 12 hours and be subject to calls
. nd responsible for order after that tune.
Wc need another olfieer to insure the proper protection to life'
property and public morals in this partot trie city, and m should
ue n man of ability and other qualifications.
No one man can keep piopcr order in a district as large as the
J vast End where all kinds of people are Uiiitlnuely moving in .nu
ut. The .Star desires the Hast Jind to establish a reputation tor
MiCeney and lawfulness' and it will bu done if proper police oro
K'ction is given us.
. ,, "The harder you fall the higher ,ou bounce;
... I!c piniid of yiinr blacken eye;
It's not I In; fact lluil 3011 ale whipped thai coiiuts,
Itut how did you llylii, and u liv .'"
Have;. 011 hiynod the j kj 1 1 ion ?
v i'lit it in the .Star want column for ipiiek lesult.
IteinciiilxT' We can do tour
piinthi;: a- neatly it- the other
fellow and Mime cheawr. Tr
The Funnel ' ISfiicvolciit .-'o
cintion will irive a twodav jiienii
at Urciltt Lake hegimiiiii; Sept.
2(i. It N a well advertised event
and will U- laryelv utteuilol In
fanner-! from various nc.irb
Mi. It-ii 1 -hip of Fteeinaii L. .Mar-IIm-
1 ii.uiilfi' of Commerce'
, w.i- ol-iMllled more t lilt II two
c.11- ii'ju and Martin was made
pie-idem. Siine thai lime the or
V'iiiiir.atioii went "dead" for two
. -in-, it i- Miid. and would hae
i ifin. lined in Hull -tale had not
i Mi V ill-, who i- viceplesidellt,
Irnlli-d II llieelill to S1--ilt ill
I the St. ii'-j iiu-ade nu'jiinst the un
! At thi- en 1 1 meeting Martin was
leelerleil pi evident lllld it was
Ifrwl.v preilieied that the orgatiizn
lion wmilil Ih fthort lived. As pre
dii'inl. it i- now a dead letter. It
Iiiin not met in more than a month
ami the people are demanding a
rini-jniiiiztiiiiiii or a new orpinl
znlioii. Martin will probnlil. iv--inn.
Ml-. II. C. Wulkei mid I 1
di'iigliterf-, Teddy. Fthel inn! Null
win; vl.-iti.i- in the ci v Mc.il 1
n compaui ! li. her li.ot'iir I'm
Itt-rt Murphy, of Chccotah.
1 Iun 7
Will you kindly mail your check to us for one year's ubcrip
The Hand Spline ear Mi ' (
ten-ion i- prour. iiitf nii-el , a '
things coriHideri'd. 'ar- arc now
running a- far a- fiieenwiod .111 1
Huston, which i- a pwiit relief to
the citizens in thi pari of to' 11
There will be a lecture by l'rof
Woods nu Tuesbny i.ieht Fept 23
for the benefit nf the public reading
room The lecture Will be at the
public library and lefreshments of
ull kinds will be served during the
"Wliotn the Gods would destroy, they first make mad"
The eilitor wm not arreited this week. Of roiirt-e it costs some
ndna ' 'df rhuri;ei thin the I'ouniy atlorne refii!es Id consider.
And now conies the milk tru-l and .-ay- uu must pay 11 cents
. quart for milk. What next?
It aromi novr that a greater and larger storm is imminent in
iho realm of a certain .-ciei older. Wail and see.
It is sttaiige what fools some men make of themselves, but a
Iwiine that they should try to make fools of other meu
It scums that l'rof. J R. Hogan and famous Jim Noble are a
I'ltit to get the t'diniiiistiaiion in bad and incidently the race
Wr air. still i;cttiii letter.- and word- of praiMi mid encourage
"idit, all of which we appicciaie ver, lunch bill has ii ncciircd to
hi that theiv in a more siih-tantial way of expirssiue; yoiiiself?
Thcie is a growing demand for MICN; real MliN; Hue hcail
d men, who are not afraid to stand up and fight tu KKJ1I1'
i'lie race needs MIJN, but iul traitors
These i- talk of callinj; a inas
meeliiitf or the ciliVen- of the
K11M end for the purpo-e of or
(tiiuixiiiK a IniMiie.-s men'- league,
to Milmtituie the riiauiher of Com
ineice, which ha- automatical!
Pjnm.'iI Into iii-iiiifieaine under
The above is the likeness of O
W. liiirley of this cil, who Iih
Imilt several new Iioum's for rein
ei- and will build more in the near
Also apeiit for the fannr- .1!
in cil addiliou to Ciishinp.
If you want to buy real estate
home- or if ou de-ire to rem.
If oii want to pet in on thf
piouml floor in the Cii-hiup boom
-ee (I. W. (iurlei, 111 X. (inssli
wood. I'houe Ml.
A Strictly First Class Place to u 1
u Firat class Shave, Huir Cu
ouy style, Seafoatna and
Cold Sodas and Fine Cigats
Special attention to Ladies
Harber?. Tucker, Lawson, Howai I
M. T. TUCKER, Vtoy.
Call and C me 606 Fast Arthei
We will be compelled to
dote out our Clothing and
Shoe to make room for our
The tale will start next
week. Watch for prices.
Men's good SuiU fls low as
$3.00 pei suit. These g.iods
must sell regardless of co .
24 lba best Flour in 1 Aa
Smoked Fat Backs, lb . .1(1
Best Navy Beans, lb Cc
2 boxe Best Matches 5c
Good Northern Potatoes, per
5 lbs Pure Cane Sugar. . .25c
Don't miss Clothing and
Shoe Sale next week. Your
money back if not pleased.
106 E. Second Street.
I'tofeiMtmal lupcnr (In lUrduppi
jfilco) I've btt i o' work for o?r
a year, mlitei
o( a night's U
ililng to help
out I sprained -.
n't got the prto
an yer do anr-
I'd like to,
-i on a
The big fight is uuw on ami the c)c- of an anxiou- public look
'i, awaiting the final results. "Lay on AlMJulf, an ddaiuucd he he
liii lii ut ci ies, 'hold, enough I' "
n honorable man would not commit a dishonest or dishouor
!i act. And any mail who in not honorable is a menace to any
ii'iiiuiiity. Who can deny this7
I he Dry larmiiig Congress spini i;. in the air in Uklalnmia.
.i-t larinciN aie bcgiiiiiiug to think that tins i die logical kind of
ruling to leain about in this state.
Where Are You Going?
;:;.Orcutt Lake Park Sept. 26-27-'i3'T,c
Farmers J)Ciievolent Association
The (JhamU'r of Commerce .-eem- to be a thing of the past in
, ite of Ihe rfforls on (he purl of Mr. Wells to revive the ortunizn
in, after Iwo ears of iimclioii under ihe leadership of Freeman
I Martin. Tin.' colored cople have demoiist rated their lack of cou-
''nice in this iiihii iiud in thi- ca-e at least their judgment has been
The tiiopodome Airdome
Comer Fourth and Main Streets
The "TWO I'OMS" I-.irto Comedy Company
I. itcst motion pictures between acts. Change of Pictures every
' inday, Tuesday and Thursday. Space reserved for colored
LET US DO YOUR PRINTING
AT 1 ulsa, Oklahoma.
Take Street Car at Fourth & Main
There will be several prominent speakers. Hon. G. W. Hutchins J. W
Dumas' Capt. T. D. Jackson and Hon. Mitchell of Washington D. C
agent of the Agricultural Depf will speak to the farmer 0f Oklahoma
and tell them how they can get high pi ices for their rodticts.
Amusements Of All Kinds
Figure 8 riding Free barbecue Dinner. All are iuvitted especially
Farmers and Laborers, Women and Men all should come and have a
grand time-We will make this the greatest picaic ever given in Okla
Doll RacK, Shooting Gallery an 1 other amusements too nuerous to
mention. For stand privileges see committee on arrangements:
, J. H- Williams pres
J. S KirbySec'y
A. G. Hicks
R. T. Holmes